March 2004 - Posts
ASP.NET rising at 45o [consistent]>
ASP.NET Overtakes JSP and Java Servlets, good show ! Keep it Up!
In this month's Web Server Survey the number of IP addresses with sites using ASP.NET has overtaken those using JSP and Java Servlets. The number of IP addresses found with ASP.NET has shown very strong growth in the past year with a 224% increase from 17.2K to 55.8K. JSP & Java Servlets despite being overtaken is the next fastest growing in percentage terms with a 56% increase.
Got this funny joke from Anil (Oracle Corp)
Earlier people (Sages) used to go to some dense forest of Himalayas to detach themselves from family, friends and all other relatives.
Now they join Software Industry. :)
My fellow MUGH buddy anjana started blogging today with a massive story on Infy. Worth of reading.
Anjana is a Microsoft India Community Star and running SQLCON from Hyderabad.
Its quite common, but unfortunately happend in a presentation. Bad Luck! :)
http://lxer.com/module/newswire/view/8065/via Anand > Deepak
Teucer pointer me to this excellent experience of a guy who went to pakistan to watch the historical cricket matches.
This mail has nothing to do with work. just wanted to share certain very overwhelming experiences. Had been to karachi for the 1st one dayer
1. Imagine 39,990 Pakistanis & 50 of us Indians cheering lustily 'for' each other, throwing chocolates at us !!. Quite a few were carrying the flags of both countries imaginatively stitched together. Then they all stood to give a standing ovation to the Indian cricket team !
2. Guy on the street selling 'bhuttas' refused to accept money saying that we were 'mehmaan' in their country !!
3. people rushing to shake our hands on the streets & asking us to come to their home for dinner.
4. Restaurant owners refusing to accept the bill payment after coming to know that we were from India.
5. Everybody we met & we met quite a few, had some relative staying in India.
6. Star plus is the most favourite channel in Karachi
7. There was a TV star called Heena ?? who was sitting in the stadium one pakistani put up a impromptu banner saying "heena, will u marry me ?"!!
8. Shops gave us 40 to 50% discount...........India again
9. Taxis, autos, army guys......the list is endless.......everywhere loads of courtesy, respect..... more than we would get in our own country !!!!!
It is really sad that we have an impression of that country that is so negative. I shudder to think of the plight of pakistanis who would come to india when the Indo-pak matches will happen here. Sad, that we consider ourselves 'secular' & yet will spare no thought before making negative statements on that country. It's sad but true , this experience teaches one that......"Perception is not reality".
Thank u for sparing your time.
Have a lovely day.
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Got this nice article link from akp
What does Object-Oriented Design Mean to You? Here is an article from Robert Bogue
Good perview on how to look at Object Oriented.
from Craig's Blog : An All in One note
01. Application Security Part 1
02. Application Security, Part 2
03. Application Security, Part 3
04. Application Security, Part 4
05. Application Security, Part 5
06. Application Security, Part 6
07. Application Security, Part 7
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13. Applicaiton Security, Part 13
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