Kartik Arora { Chipset }

Stack Developer | Drummer | Tech Enthusiast




I'm a self-trained Stack Developer, with proficiency in Android App Development and good experience in developing RESTful APIs using Python and Flask.
I have successfully developed and deployed several applications on Google Play

In March 2015, I completed an online Android App Development course by Udacity and Google.
I was also awarded a scholarship for Android Developer Nanodegree by Tata Trusts and Google India, for which I have received the completion certificate.

My work mostly includes Open Source Development and contributing to open source communities to improve their products. I have good knowledge and experience of using Subversion, Git & GitHub.


  • Flico

    A new dimension to movies and TV shows! Flico by Flicsys Inc. Checkout the website

  • Transfer.sh

    Easy file sharing from your Android device!
    Download App from Play Store
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  • Wear Dialer

    Dial a number directly from your wrist!
    Download App from Play Store
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  • TechTatva'15

    Team Lead for college techfest app.
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  • Revels'16

    Team Lead for the app for college cultural fest.
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  • Potato Library

    Easy to use Utility library for Android.
    Get it on

  • Started Coding

    TurboC++ 3, the first IDE I used. Marked the begining of my journey in the amazing world of programming


Get in touch for help, issues, suggestions, or to buy me a :coffee:


Dealing with CNAME and MX

Posted On: 19 Jan 2017, Under System Admin


Alright so, this is something I encountered a few hours back. I’ve been fiddling with the DNS records of one my domains, shifting my host and stuff.

The domain in discussion has A records setup, pointing to GitHub Pages, a few CNAME and TXT records for domain verification for Mailgun and two MX records for the email provider. I bought an SSL certificate for the domain, and in order to make it work, I had to shift the hosting away from GitHub Pages to a new host which allowed uploading an SSL certificate. And thus, it required...

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