• Wifi STB Remote+ (JAVA) for laptop and desktops

    My Android App Wifi STB Remote+, which works as a remote for TataSky+ HD Settop boxes, now has a laptop/desktop counterpart. This application is built over Java and packaged as a Jar file. (Download link below.) So, Java (JRE 8 or JDK 8) needs to be installed on the computer where you want to run […]

  • Important Javascript Fundamentals for OOP Developers

    In this guide I have tried to put together all important nuts and bolts of Javascript. I had a really hard time learning JS, since all these parts were scattered over the net. I gradually found them over the years. I hope I have covered all of them. Please let me know in the comments […]

  • Lessons learned from PhoneGap (Cordova) and jQueryMobile on Android

    I recently created my first Android app – JustTodo. This is a simple app but took considerable time to finish due many unexpected problems. Google wasn’t too helpful either. Here is a list of issues I faced and their solutions I discovered. General tips Zooming and Scaling I presume that you have already encountered suggestions […]

  • The Emperor’s Old Clothes

    This is a republication from ACM’s archive of Prof. C. A. R. Hoare‘s lecture at 1980 ACM Turning Award. Prof. Hoare is popularly known for inventing QuickSort. The original piece can be found as PDF here. The primary reason for republishing this is the source PDF’s fonts. The PDF fonts are too horrible to read. […]

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Clarifying REST

Clarifying REST. Nice post. I hope, now I understand REST. πŸ˜›

The Gamification of SAP – Forbes

The Gamification of SAP – Forbes. This looks very interesting.

Migrate from Apache to Nginx: The new guide

If you are here then most probably, like me you too want to migrate from Apache to Nginx. Well I have already migrated and I am loving it! You can get a quick recap of Apache vs Nginx comparison here. Via this blog post I will share and explain my Nginx conf, in the hope […]

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You can download all your data from Facebook.

I don’t know how long its been up, but today I noticed that Facebook allows you to download all your data. The download archive will have:- Any photos or videos you’ve shared on Facebook. Your Wall posts, messages and chat conversations. Your friends’ names and their email addresses (if they have shared it). What the […]

Making Frameworks

Every few months we see a new framework springing up somewhere. Now we have too many choices. In fact it is little too much. Unfortunately, choice is something you don’t have in a typical enterprise. In an enterprise, software developer is coaxed to make use of many frameworks from which he would rather run a […]

Firefox 6 is out! Yeah and it’s not a beta.

Mozilla has gone nuts with their release version numbering. In a span of two – three months we get FF 5 and 6! Too good to be true? Yeah right. They say that it is just a number but these “just number” upgrade breaks extensions. At the time of writing this article Firebug was still […]