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Posts in the "Programming" Category

  • Unusual Demand for Cloud Computing Skills

    Internet is moving to the next level through the usage and deployment of cloud based computing. Businesses are more interested in offering efficient systems to handle all aspects of their business including customer servicing. Cloud based technologies are not only cost effective but also efficient. Businesses pay for services as per their utilization and it […]

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  • Hackers’ Serious Efforts to Run Parallel Internet

    Ever since serious efforts are made to bring new legislation, Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) there are mixed reactions across the tech community. Many feel that it will curb online freedom. As a matter of fact, freedom of speech, expression and thought are guaranteed by constitutions of majority of governments in the world. SOPA which […]

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  • Does Apple’s iCloud Rely on Amazon and Microsoft?

    When Apple announced its cloud service – iCloud, the service expected from people like me apart from the music service included synchronizing email, photos, contacts, files and videos from multiple devices. With the beta version released this August, it was found with the traffic patterns obtained thatiCloud runs on Microsoft’s Azure and Amazon’s Elastic Cloud. […]

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  • WinPHP Content – Win cool stuff with your Apps

    Here’s a contest for all PHP developers and enthusiasts in India. If you’ve got some cool apps written in PHP, all you need to do is make showcase it running on Windows and you can win some cool swag. The WinPHP contest details and how to enter is available at area91.in. Register right away and […]

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  • Rethink your Mobile Web Strategy

    Here’s an excellent presentation, which mobile web developers should look at. It goes beyond the iPhone and iPad hype which has taken the mobile development community by storm, and rethink on how you should be doing mobile websites. A good read for both experienced and beginners to mobile web development. You’ll need to view it […]

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  • Some Cool HTML5 Demos to check out.

    Here are some HTML5 experiments and tools which are amazing. If you want to view the actual demos in HTML5 glory, use Google Chrome or Safari. If you’re not yet using a HTML5 enabled browser, I’ve added videos which show you the demo of those sites as well. Link: HTML5 Audio and Canvas Experiments Link: […]

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  • Form Magic in HTML5

    Forms are one area in HTML 5 which has got a major overhaul. Some of the tasks which required a fair bit of Javascript to achieve in HTML4 become relatively easier tasks in HTML5. Be warned that since HTML5 is still not finalized, browser implementation of some of the features may take a while to […]

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  • HTML5 in brief – Getting Started

    If you’ve been hearing about the buzz about HTML5 and what it is – here’s a brief post and ways to get to know HTML5 better. HTML5 is the latest version which newer HTML and XHTML documents should confirm with. This version of HTML aims at simplifying and overcome issues with the older HTML4 presented. The first […]

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  • mysqlind_qc: Client Side Caching for MySQL extensions for PHP

    Here’s something in the making, a PHP extension which caches MySQL queries irrespective of the extension being used. It’s a plugin for mysqlind, the native MySQL driver for PHP called mysqlind_qc. This currently requires PHP 5.3.3-dev which is still in development.

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  • Free Ebook on the Zend Framework

    Here’s a very good e-book on the Zend Framework called Zend Framework: Surviving The Deep End by Pádraic Brady. You can access this book from it’s site at www.survivethedeepend.com. It’s not yet available in print or download, but the author does mention that there’s a print book coming out in the near future. Here’s a […]

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