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Hi, I'm Kavish!

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Why not play a game of Tic-Tac-Toe while you're here

Click on a tile to play
The most picked move is chosen every hour

Current turn: Current Turn

Tic Tac Toe
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How it works

Each open tile is a hyperlink embedded in an image which tracks the number of clicks and redirects you to back my profile. Every time the program is run it plays the move with maximum number of clicks. It uses GitHub Actions to run every hour using a cron job. The rest is just a regular game of Tic-Tac-Toe

About Me

I'm a passionate🥇, creative🎨 and perceptive🔭 engineer🔧 with a hands-on approach to problem-solving and an unending thirst for knowledge🎓. Anything and everything that can be classified as technology💻 fascinates me. My interests and work range from Data Science📈 to creating Chatbots🤖 to building APIs for Computer Vision applications👀 to making AR filters👓 for Instagram and much more. I'm always open to new ideas and opportunities.


  1. OpenAI Gym environments for various twisty puzzles

    Python 16 3

  2. A sticker pack for WhatsApp comprising of Twitch emotes

    Java 17 2

  3. Dota 2 Sound Cue Quiz

    JavaScript 16 7

  4. Come play TicTacToe on my profile's README

    Python 41 5

  5. Solving Twisty Puzzles with Reinforcement Learning


  6. Using GANs to generate DotA2 Ability Icons

    Jupyter Notebook 1 1

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