Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Youngest Microsoft Certified Professional just 9 years old

The Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) program offers multiple certifications, based on different areas of technical expertise, but passing either one of them certifies you as an MCP. Each exam costs approximately $125, takes two to three hours to complete, and consists of between 45 and 90 multiple choice, drag and drop, solution-building questions and simulated content requiring some related administrative work.

A 9-year-old Indian girl from rural Tamil Nadu has become the youngest to become an MCP. M. Lavinashree has broken the record held by Arfa Karim, a 10-year-old Pakistani girl:

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Monday, December 29, 2008

T-Mobile G2 with VGA camera, a follow-up to the Google Andriod mobile operating G1, coming soon?

Just got a tip about the next Google Android-powered handset for T-Mobile, yes, the G2. We're running this as a rumor as it's definitely not confirmed, but we'd bet on this turning out to be true as opposed to, well, you know… Here's what our tipster had to say:

  • The product specs on the T-Mobile G2 that CellPhoneSignal ran weren't actually all that far off, just the date was completely wrong.
  • The device is a full touch device and there is no physical QWERTY keyboard.
  • There is still a trackball at the bottom.
  • The launch was delayed from late February to April due to software issues.
  • We've been informed this device will actually launch on another global carrier besides T-Mobile as well, though they didn't say who, and they said that the G1, G2, G3, etc., names are trademarks of T-Mobile and the other carrier would have a different product name for the device other than G2.
  • There is supposedly (oh, god) a G3 coming not that far after the G2 but our tipster didn't see the G3.

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Monday, November 3, 2008

Google Lab introduced GAudi and Quotes - new in internetnet technology

Google Introduced couple of new technology in the web(as usual). On this,  GAudi is the new revolution in the online video management. GAudi brings new features in Google video and youtube. Please have a look at it.
GAudi -- Google Audio Indexing

Google Audio Indexing is a new technology from Google that allows users to better search and watch videos from various YouTube channels. It uses speech technology to find spoken words inside videos and lets the user jump to the right portion of the video where these words are spoken.

Compare Quotes allows you to compare quotes from different people in the News about a particular topic. The feature currently allows you to choose and compare quotes from political candidates and other political figures.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Online meeting using Skype

  Now you can use your skype for online meetings by adding a plugin which is absolutely free.
  Skype having 2 diff plugin for this kind of feature.
  1. Mikogo Plugin
  2. Yugma Team Collaboration

  I tried Mikogo , it works great in all windows (NT, 2000, XP, Vista).
  but for me Yugma Team Collaboration getting crashed.

Mikogo is a free desktop sharing tool that can be employed for a range of professional, academic, or personal uses, including:
- online meetings
- product demonstrations
- online presentations
- remote support
- online consultations
- webinars
- and many more uses!

  check this
           Mikogo -
           Yugma -

  I think this will be very useful for our internal meetings.

Google competitor Zoho...

I can say Zoho is the real competitor for google in the online application products, because they are providing more number of online applications and more depth features in all the application.

Word, Excel, Power point, Notepad, CRM, Project Management, Chart, Meeting , Wiki etc
Now everything is in online, for free.

You can use your google or Yahoo account to use these applications.

I can tell you one feature which Zoho provides in his Word application, which I never ever think of. 

We know we can make a word document as readonly for some users and  give permission for some specific users to edit.
But using Zoho, even further you can configure a particular paragraph to be readonly for particular user. Even thought they have the rights to edit the document, they cant edit a particular paragraph.  How is this?

It supports most of the browsers, including safari (I think brad will be happy to use this in his mac), and chrome.

FastCompany's Robert Scoble interviewed the Chief Evangelist Raju Vegesna for his WorkFast TV series


JsDoc - Open Source toolkit for JavaScript Documentation

JsDoc,  this is a very nice and well documented Open Source Toolkit for Javascript documentation. This supports all javascript frame work(including YUI). 

So this will be a good solution to avoid and make our code very clear and structured way.

Have a look at it:

JsDoc Toolkit is an application, written in JavaScript, for automatically generating template-formatted, multi-page HTML (or XML, JSON, or any other text-based) documentation from commented JavaScript source code.

Based on the project, this was renamed "Jsdoc Toolkit" during development as it grew into more than a simple version upgrade.

JAVA+ XML = ZK - Open Source Ajax Enterprise Framework

ZK is the leading open source Ajax + Mobile framework. With 700,000 downloads, ZK empowers a variety of companies and institutions, ranging from small to large, including Barclays, Sun Micro, Swiss RE, Alcatel-Lucent, and many others.


1. Rich User Experience
2. Direct RIA
3. Open Source
4. Markup and Script Languages
5. Mobile Access

Duplicate Code Detection Using Clone Digger

   "Clone Digger is a new tool detects duplicate code in Python sources. It has been applied to several open-source projects, which found that about 12% of their code consisted of clones. This article explains how to use Clone Digger in your own project and gives you the theoretical background in the related fields."

   I found this tool from python magazine( I am really impressed with this tool. Very handy and very very useful. 

Thursday, May 29, 2008

One of my favorite quote

The most beautiful thing is to see a person smiling...
And even more beautiful is knowing that you are the reason behind it!!!
Be a reason for others to smile .. and keep smiling.................

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Love....A nice article from Swami Vivekananda....

"Never Love a Love that Hurts, Never Hurt a Love that Loves."

I once had a friend who grew to be very close to me.
Once when we were sitting at the edge of a swimming pool, she filled the palm of her hand with some water and held it before me, and said this:
"You see this water carefully contained on my hand? It symbolizes Love."
This was how I saw it:

As long as you keep your hand caringly open and allow it to remain there, it will always be there. However, if you attempt to close your fingers round it and try to posses it, it will spill through the first cracks it find
This is the greatest mistake that people do when they meet love...they try to posses it, they
Demand, they expect... and just like the water spilling out of your hand, love
Will retrieve from you. For love is meant to be free, you cannot change its nature. If there are people you love, allow them to be free beings.

Give and don't expect.
Advise, but don't order.
Ask, but never demand.

It might sound simple, but it is a lesson that may take a lifetime to truly practice. It is the secret to true love. To truly practice it, you must sincerely feel no expectations from those who you love, and yet an unconditional caring." Passing thought...
Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take; but by the moments that take our breath away.....

Life is beautiful!!!
Live it to the fullest!!!

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

2 hidden ways to get more from your Gmail address
I recently discovered some little-known ways to use your Gmail address that can give you greater control over your inbox and save you some time and headache. When you choose a Gmail address, you actually get more than just "" Here are two different ways you can modify your Gmail address and still get your mail:
  • Append a plus ("+") sign and any combination of words or numbers after your email address. For example, if your name was, you could send mail to or
  • Insert one or several dots (".") anywhere in your email address. Gmail doesn't recognize periods as characters in addresses -- we just ignore them. For example, you could tell people your address was, or (We understand that there has been some confusion about this in the past, but to settle it once and for all, you can indeed receive mail at all the variations with dots.)
For me, the real value in being able to manipulate your email address is that it makes it really easy to filter on those variants. For example you could use when you sign up for online banking and then set up a filter to automatically star, archive or label emails addressed to hikingfan+bank. You can also use this when you register for a service and think they might share your information. For example, I added "+donation" when I gave money to a political organization once, and now when I see emails from other groups to that address, I know how they got it. Solution: filtered to auto-delete.

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