Frisky Life

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Deep down in a sector of a hard disk

Lies a piece of code called Frisk

It has been there for some time

Waiting to be executed any time

Sitting in its lonely sector

It now reminisces about the time

When it wasn’t even a line.

 

Eureka ! What an idea for the SE project.

I will create software a software that will detect a potential threat

That was the day Frisky conceived

With a bright future it seemed.

 

 

What SE model should I Follow to develop Frisk ?

Spiral, Waterfall, RAD or one of my own tricks?

Wait! Oh wait! There’s stage left,

Use case, DFD, UML and SRS haven’t been made yet,

Frisk aced through every stage but what comes next was critical phase.

 

It’s time to decide architecture for Frisk

A wrong choice will be a catastrophic risk,

N-Tiered, Client-Server, Blackboard and structured, etc.

Made the selection a tough task and there’s no one I could ask,

After much deliberation and thought, Frisk’s future was plot.

 

 

With everything in place, Frisk entered the development phase .

Being a Window’s citizen .Net was the proven choice.

I developed it piece by piece to avoid the mess of files.

Having done with pieces I complied them into modules.

And saved it from becoming a programmer’s ridicule.

 

With few days left for delivery, Frisk moved to the next stage.

A threefold stage of Assembly, Compilation and execution came.

Assembly of modules gave a prototype that was then set to compile.

After bug elimination and successful execution, I gave a smile.

I named this version as Alpha, Later ones being called Beta and Gamma.

The end of this stage was a relief but will the final stage turn into grief?

 

The next stage was every software’s worst nightmare.

As it involved putting it through a series of test that scare.

Frisk too was to be put to multiple tests;

Black box, White box and Stress tests were only some of them.

It faced every test with strength and courage

And matured into a better software package.

 

Alas! The time came and frisk was unveiled.

It bagged lots of praise and felt great.

Sitting in its lonely sector,

It now smiles as it reminisces about those old times

When it became much more than a line.

 

Read this poem in “Linux for You” – July Edition

 

TEDxNMAMIT

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TED

TED

About TED

TED is a nonprofit organization devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. Started as a four-day conference in California 25 years ago, TED has grown to support those world-changing ideas with multiple initiatives. The annual TED Conference invites the world’s leading thinkers and doers to speak for 18 minutes. Their talks are then made available, free, at TED.com. TED speakers have included Bill Gates, Al Gore, Jane Goodall, Elizabeth Gilbert, Sir Richard Branson, Nandan Nilekani, Philippe Starck, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Isabel Allende and UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown. The annual TED Conference takes place in Long Beach, California, with simulcast in Palm Springs; TEDGlobal is held each year in Oxford, UK. TED’s media initiatives include TED.com, where new TEDTalks are posted daily, and the Open Translation Project, which provides subtitles and interactive transcripts as well as the ability for any TEDTalk to be translated by volunteers worldwide. TED has established the annual TED Prize, where exceptional individuals with a wish to change the world are given the opportunity to put their wishes into action; TEDx, which offers individuals or groups a way to organize local, independent TED-like events around the world; and the TEDFellows program, helping world-changing innovators from around the globe to become part of the TED community and, with its help, amplify the impact of their remarkable projects and activities.

TEDX

TEDX

About TEDx, x = independently organized event

In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized. (Subject to certain rules and regulations.)

TEDxNMAMIT

TEDxNMAMIT

TEDxNMAMIT

It is an independently organized & operated under a license from TED.The Entire team is run on the volunteer basis . We are forum for interaction for the student and Corporates.We are always looking for the most inspirational ideas worth spreading. For more information regarding TEDx or TEDxNMAMIT ,please look at:

CON Mystery Solved .

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CON Mystery Solved .

CON Mystery Solved .

There is lot of posts on social networking sites saying even Bill Gates does have answer for this question “Why can’t you create a folder named CON in Windows or MS-DOS?” . If the creator and founder of Microsoft doesn’t know about this who else will know ? . Answer is simple for a Computer Geek and Who cant get what does below post say you better think that it is not possible today and wont be possible in future too simple enough .
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Pinked By Indian IT .

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Story behind Indian IT Companies :

32, M here. lost my job, due to performance reasons (i think the reasons are different, but that is what they said). i used to work for one of the MRC companies. wife left me, because i have no job, and she is now with some guy working for Intel in UK. Kid is taken away from me. Got divorced (she did not claimed any money because she is very rich), I sold out all my possessions (except this laptop and a bike), gave away the money to parents and siblings and moved to a PG, living off working part-time job (i now work in a hotel - front office - the guy who leads you to your seats and looks over all the customer satisfaction things) . i used to draw 75K salary in IT, but now i am getting 20K. i have no hope of bettering my life, but i am trying to be happy with what i have now. Reddit and the local wine shop keeps me sane. I hate people and would like to live, not dealing with them any more (Walden like) but then i am not capable of it. I used to have dreams of making it big, doing something for the society, but the same society killed my affection and any good feelings i have towards it and myself. If i get to push the button of the N-bomb, i would not blink.

EURO draw throws up fascinating group tests.

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The 16 UEFA EURO 2012 contenders were placed into four hugely challenging groups by Friday’s draw which pitted Poland against Greece in the opening game of the tournament

EURO finals schedule

EURO finals schedule

The finals schedule has been confirmed with Poland starting the tournament against Greece and other opening games including Germany v Portugal, Spain v Italy and England v France.
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The Free Lunch Is Over

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No-free-lunch

No-free-lunch

Your free lunch will soon be over.

What can you do about it?

What are you doing about it?

The major processor manufacturers and architectures, from Intel and AMD to Sparc and PowerPC, have run out of room with most of their traditional approaches to boosting CPU performance. Instead of driving clock speeds and straight-line instruction throughput ever higher, they are instead turning en masse to hyperthreading and multicore architectures. Both of these features are already available on chips today; in particular, multicore is available on current PowerPC and Sparc IV processors, and is coming in 2005 from Intel and AMD. Indeed, the big theme of the 2004 In-Stat/MDR Fall Processor Forum was multicore devices, as many companies showed new or updated multicore processors. Looking back, it’s not much of a stretch to call 2004 the year of multicore.

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Why this kolaveri di Exam Version

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This video is Exam Version of Kolavari Di song an Effort by Nitte Students .

Directed and Editing by Deepak reddy

Singers: Kishor Kumar Shetty And Sagar Rao

Lyrics : Vasudeva N.M

Cast:Sandeep Holla

NM.A.M.I.T,Nitte

 

Assange on mass surveillance: ‘You are all screwed!’

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WIKILEAKS FOUNDER Julian Assange has warned, “You’re all screwed,” when it comes to smartphone and gadget monitoring and surveillance.

Users of the Iphone, Blackberry and Gmail are among those who are supposedly ‘screwed’ because more than 150 organisations can monitor data on mobile devices. Assange made the statement at a press conference while unveiling the Wikileaks ‘Spy Files’ project.

Wikileaks said, “Mass interception of entire populations is not only a reality, it is a secret new industry spanning 25 countries.”

The Evolution of Privacy on Facebook

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Facebook is a great service. I have a profile, and so does nearly everyone I know under the age of 60.

However, Facebook hasn’t always managed its users’ data well. In the beginning, it restricted the visibility of a user’s personal information to just their friends and their “network” (college or school). Over the past couple of years, the default privacy settings for a Facebook user’s personal information have become more and more permissive. They’ve also changed how your personal information is classified several times, sometimes in a manner that has been confusing for their users. This has largely been part of Facebook’s effort to correlate, publish, and monetize their social graph: a massive database of entities and links that covers everything from where you live to the movies you like and the people you trust.

 

The Evolution of Privacy on Facebook

Video: India’s (Fantastic) First Citizen Flashmob

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Flashmob: “a sudden mass gathering, unanticipated except by participants who communicate electronically.” If we were to define the term, we’d call it “a public display of awesome that exists solely to entertain, and then disappears as fast as it formed.”

Exactly that happened this past Sunday when 200 Mumbaikars not-so-spontaneously broke into a co-ordinated dance at Mumbai’s CST station and spread bemusement, joy, and more than a little confusion around.

We’ll have more on the how, why, and what in an exclusive interview with the organizer, 23-year-old Shonan Kothari, later today, but for now, rejoice in the fact that this flashmob had no commercial affiliation, and was done just for “fun.”

Here’s Shonan’s gang of 200 volunteers in action:

Bas itni si baat thi kehne ko

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Yeh kaisi he khushboo is gili mitti ki ,

Mehek in thandi fizaon ki.

Is barish ke girthe hue bundon ka shor,

Badalon ka aapas mein takrane ka zor

Kyun he phir bhi tanhai dil mein,

Kyun he dabe Khwaishein.

Lehron ke kisii kinare se milna,

Tez hawaon ke pedo se patho ka girna,

Kya yahin he milke bichadna.

Koyal ka yun zor se gana,

Suraj ka yun baadlon mein chip jana,

Kitni sundar hai yeh duniya

Kyun he phir bhi dil ghabraya sa

Kyun harpal apne aap se ladna.

Kyun he harros marna

Bahut pyar he dil mein dene ko,

Phir bhi he eersha kuch pane ko.

Is kalam ka yun rok jana,

Kisi chehre ka yun muskurana.

Bas itni si baat thi likne ko,

Bas itni si baat thi kehne ko.

Baatein kuchh ankahee si aaj juba pe aaye hai

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Baatein kuchh ankahee si aaj juba pe aaye hai,
Yadh karke unko chehre pe hasi aayi he.

Rolate bhi he who, hasati bhi wo,
Jane kyun is tarah pyar jatati hai wo .

Uske akhon me kaisa ye raaz,
Jinpe usko itna sa nas.

Palke nahi ja pak te jab dekha karte hai unko, ,
Mit Jata hai sara gham aur Sukoon dil ko .

Hothon pe muskaan khil jati hai meri,Uski ek sharaarat se
Aankhein chamak jati hain meri,Uski ek aahat se.

Kyu Yaad ate ho itna ki, Hum saanse lena bhul jate hai
Ye hawaye chalna, ye pani bahana aur ye phool mahakana bhul jate hai,

Baatein kuchh ankahee si aaj juba pe aaye hai,
Yadh karke unko chehre pe hasi aayi he.

Good , Bad and Great

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Its been many days since I have blogged , not because I dont have time ,not because I have lost interest in the Blogging…. Hmmm… perhaps I am too lazy . I always had thought of categorizing people as Good , Bad or Great .But these kind of classifications are offensive and do not appeal to all. But in my life, I have often judged people by these kind of things . Perhaps I am totally wrong but it makes complete sense to me . According to me, people can be either Good , Bad or Great at every instance of their life . Just one sentence would be that supports my view goes like this…. “Bad people are people who do bad deeds , Good people are people who don’t do bad deeds to other it doesn’t matter even if we they don’t do good things and Great people are those who do good things for others without expecting the same from others”.

I always try harder to be good , because Its hard to be good :) .

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Originally posted on SAP How to Step by Step Guide with Screen Shot:

SAP Logon Connection Test

1. Double click on all above instance to check if you are able to login.
2. If login sucessful, this means server is alive and has no connectivity issue. A new screen will pop up. See below


3. You shall see the above screen. Now you are ready to start your daily check list.

DB12/DB13 Create and Check backup status
1. On the command field, key in DB12 and below screen will be displayed. It shows the summary of the backup status.


2. On command field, enter /nDB13. This T-code is used to perform backup. You can also check the backup status.

3. In DB13, select a desired cell which you plan to perform your backup. Double click on the cell
4. Choose Full database backup to device
5. Backup mode: Offline
6. Device directory: ‘ d:\backup\ (this is just a folder which your backup could…

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