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Wednesday, June 30, 2004

ASPAlliance.com : The #1 ASP.NET Community : Start a Long Process from a Web Page Using XML Web Services

ASPAlliance.com : The #1 ASP.NET Community : Start a Long Process from a Web Page Using XML Web Services

Visual Web Developer

Visual Web Developer 2005 Express Edition BetaYay!

Monday, June 28, 2004

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Militants threaten to behead more Iraq hostages
Insurgents threatened to behead a U.S. Marine and a Pakistani driver kidnapped in Iraq unless the United States releases all prisoners in "occupation jails," according to a tape broadcast on al-Jazeera Sunday.

Comment From Me(SVGeek):

Read this fellas: They are going to cut the head of any person regardless of whether he is a Muslim or not.

What we can say?

Take Care,

Mudassir

Monday, June 21, 2004

Wireless: NewsFactor Network - Mobile Devices - Company Claims Breakthrough in Handheld Fuel-Cell Design

Wireless: NewsFactor Network - Mobile Devices - Company Claims Breakthrough in Handheld Fuel-Cell Design

Wired News: Builders in a Strange Land

Wired News: Builders in a Strange LandIf you have the heart of a homesteader and can endure a seven-month journey inside a container the size of a minivan, perhaps you will be among the first settlers of one of humanity's next frontiers: Mars.

Saturday, June 19, 2004

Hitoshi's Games

Hitoshi's Games

Hi! one of my friend "Charles M. Carroll" of LearnASP.com gave me the collection of the infamous pacman games on the website he did research on website and compile the list of pacman in different flavor! I hope you will find it the best time pass on the net!

Friday, June 18, 2004

Technology Review: Chip Miniaturizes Holography

Technology Review: Chip Miniaturizes HolographyResearchers from Chiba University and the Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (RIKEN) in Japan have built a hologram generator on a single circuit board

Thursday, June 17, 2004

WinProTeam -

WinProTeam - ASP.NET Goodies

Wednesday, June 16, 2004

KarachiKamera

KarachiKamera

Wanna know about what "Karachi" means? Just hit this site and view the clips! I am sure u will know about the mysterious word Karachi.

Loads of American dont know what the Karachi is? why? coz they are never told about Karachi, they student know what is Mumbai, but they have some funny stuff about the word Karachi, must see and your will really really enjoy the the word "Karachi" defination coming directly from the Americans!

History of Islamic Science and Evolution Theory

History of Islamic Science and Evolution TheoryThe following are some comments of scientists1 on the scientific miracles in the Holy Quran. All of these comments have been taken from the video tape entitled This is the Truth. In this video tape, you can see and hear the scientists while they are giving the following comments.

Tuesday, June 15, 2004

Enterprise Linux IT (Linux Enterprise Servers): NewsFactor Network - Hardware - Virus First: Cabir Worms Its Way into Cell Phones

Enterprise Linux IT (Linux Enterprise Servers): NewsFactor Network - Hardware - Virus First: Cabir Worms Its Way into Cell PhonesThe next new thing for virus writers? Infecting mobile operating systems. A new virus, Cabir, is capable of spreading via cell phones and other handheld devices. The malicious code attacks the Symbian OS, which is used to run many Nokia, Siemens and Sony Ericcson handsets.

Monday, June 14, 2004

PDAStreet: Special Reports: Overview: Symbian & Smartphone Market

PDAStreet: Special Reports: Overview: Symbian & Smartphone MarketWell, all the research reports from various research groups have a single conclusion, - Smartphones are happening and they will rule the market. Technology advancements by smartphone vendors (Nokia, Sony Ericsson, palmOne etc.), development support by smartphone OS providers (Symbian, Microsoft, PalmSource, Linux etc.), evolution of mobile downloads providers (Handango, Nokia Software Market, PalmGear etc), and the shift from voice centric offerings to value and data service offerings by mobile service providers have created a synergetic shift across mobile value chain.

Take a MIMO

Take a MIMOIf you follow the world of Wi-Fi with any interest, over the last year you have probably encountered mention of the multiple radio signal/smart antenna technology known as MIMO (multiple input, multiple output). The tech was pioneered and is championed by Airgo Networks, a startup that develops chipsets to take advantage of the extra throughput of MIMO, claiming 72 to 108 Megabits per second (Mbps). That's great... but where are the products?

.NET Force :: Hotmail Like Pager for Datagrid

.NET Force :: Hotmail Like Pager for DatagridASP.Net Datagrid is a very powerful yet easy to use control with built in functionalities for paging, sorting etc. All one has to do is add a datagrid to the web form set required properties, bind it to a valid data source and write few lines of code for appropriate events. You will get a grid that displays data in set of pages. The default paging mechanism of Datagrid will display page numbers either numerically (i.e. 1,2,3) or as Next and Prev links. This article will explain how to change this and implement a paging mechanism, which displays page numbers in a combo box and first, prev, next and last links similar to the pager hot mail.

Wednesday, June 09, 2004

Faster Bluetooth on Deck

Faster Bluetooth on DeckThe Bluetooth Special Interest Group has developed a faster version of the wireless personal area networking technology.

Monday, June 07, 2004

Seattle Weekly: News: Microsoft's Sacred Cash Cow by Jeff Reifman

Seattle Weekly: News: Microsoft's Sacred Cash Cow by Jeff ReifmanA former Microsoftie says addiction to Windows revenue, mediocre products, and missed opportunities could doom Seattleā€™s most successful company.

Friday, June 04, 2004

TheServerSide.NET - TSS Article

TheServerSide.NET - TSS ArticleSometimes, it's necessary to remember the roots, the place where it all began. The World Wide Web and electronic mail have become very common to our life, and it's our duty to tell the story behind their creation to our children and grandchildren. More importantly, as the importance of a technology increases, so does its usage--and thus the need that we'll need to understand what's happening at the protocol level in order to debug and/or diagnose problems. To do that, we need to understand how to work with sockets at the most primitive level, and to speak and understand the SMTP and HTTP protocols "in the raw". Fortunately, Internet protocols aren't all that hard to understand. As I took a closer look at SMTP and HTTP for the first time, I was surprised how simple they are.

Thursday, June 03, 2004

Step by step guide for developing custom server control with custom collection

Step by step guide for developing custom server control with custom collectionThis guide is step by step instruction to create custom web control. The describe control contains complex property (Collection of classes) that the user can edit using custom type editor. Collection data will be preserving by control as control sub Html tags. This guide also contains most common issues relating to development such a control

InfoWorld: Microsoft plans for expansion in India: June 02, 2004: By : APPLICATION_DEVELOPMENT : PLATFORMS : PROFESSIONAL_SERVICES

InfoWorld: Microsoft plans for expansion in India: June 02, 2004: By : APPLICATION_DEVELOPMENT : PLATFORMS : PROFESSIONAL_SERVICESBANGALORE, INDIA -- Microsoft Corp. is planning a number of moves that will increase and potentially consolidate its development activities in India, according to company officials and sources.

DotNetJunkies :: Using MapQuest Maps in your ASP.NET Application

DotNetJunkies :: Using MapQuest Maps in your ASP.NET ApplicationA book is great, but a picture is worth 1,000 words right? So stop giving your address and expecting people to find you ... draw them a map! Better yet, have MapQuest draw a map for you. Adding a map to your ASP.NET application is simplicity itself. First of all it's free! Second of all, the results are HTML, so you can do with them as you wish. There are several methods you can use so let's take look at them now.

Wednesday, June 02, 2004

Dressman - the ironing robot

Dressman - the ironing robotThe main objective of the Dressman robot is to dry and press shirts. On placing a damp shirt on the ironing figure, this dummy inflates with hot air in its interior, and thus puffs the shirt up, removing creases drying the garment (it has to be previously wet and undergone a spin-dry in a washing machine).

Object Oriented C# for ASP.NET Developers

Object Oriented C# for ASP.NET DevelopersThere was a time when any Web developer with a basic knowledge of JavaScript could pick up the essentials of ASP Web development in a couple of hours. With ASP.NET, Microsoft's latest platform for Web application development, the bar has been raised. Though tidier and generally more developer-friendly, real-world ASP.NET development requires one important skill that ASP did not: Object Oriented Programming (OOP).

Visual Studio: Microsoft Developer Tools Roadmap

Visual Studio: Microsoft Developer Tools RoadmapIn February 2002, software developers and architects worldwide were introduced to Visual Studio .NET and the Microsoft .NET Framework. This landmark release, four years in the making, offered a unified development environment and programming model for constructing a range of software solutions. With the recent launch of Visual Studio .NET 2003, customers gained the benefits of enhanced tool and framework functionality, as well as increased performance, security and scalability for building enterprise-critical software.

Tuesday, June 01, 2004

Planning and Running an XP Iteration

Planning and Running an XP IterationSince the begining of the new millenium, we've been running an interesting XP project. It's interesting not just because it was one of the first XP projects at ThoughtWorks, but also due to its size: around 50 people are involved. Here we talk about how we run this project by focusing around the activities that need to be done for a single iteration, and how the various subteams work around that iteration.

Evolutionary Database Design

Evolutionary Database DesignOver the last few years we've developed a number of techniques that allow a database design to evolve as an application develops. This is a very important capability for agile methodologies. The techniques rely on applying continuous integration and automated refactoring to database development, together with a close collaboration between DBAs and application developers. The techniques work in both pre-production and released systems.

Is Design Dead?

Is Design Dead?: "For many that come briefly into contact with Extreme Programming, it seems that XP calls for the death of software design. Not just is much design activity ridiculed as 'Big Up Front Design', but such design techniques as the UML, flexible frameworks, and even patterns are de-emphasized or downright ignored. In fact XP involves a lot of design, but does it in a different way than established software processes. XP has rejuvenated the notion of evolutionary design with practices that allow evolution to become a viable design strategy. It also provides new challenges and skills as designers need to learn how to do a simple design, how to use refactoring to keep a design clean, and how to use patterns in an evolutionary style. "

What is an architect?

What is an architect?Fabrice Marguerie posts an article on DotNetGuru about what he believes the Software Architect to be: "The Software Architect function is not well defined, and we have to admit that it is difficult to give a precise definition of the term. This article tries to determine the identity of these strange characters by presenting the tasks they are assigned and the required qualities to fulfill them."