programming serecerts

April 9, 2007

This page contains a number of important programming truths that every budding programmer should know about. These truths are self-evident, and need no explanations.

If it compiles, it works.

If it compiles, it’s correct.

If it runs, it doesn’t have any bugs.

If it doesn’t have any immediately obvious bugs, it’s perfect.

If a bug doesn’t show, it doesn’t exist.

If it seems to work, it works.

Doing something right is easy. Avoiding errors only takes a bit of concentration.

The shorter the source code, the faster the program.

It’s obvious how to optimize a program.

Prorammers don’t make mistakes.

Run-time errors don’t occur.

Users don’t make mistakes.

I don’t make mistakes.

Errors of any kind are rare.

Error handling can be done in version 2.

It’s OK to crash on bad input.

It’s OK to give incorrect output on bad input.

Portability isn’t useful.

All the world’s a VAX. Or, these days, an MS-DOS box

The length of the feature list is important.

Speed is good, features are better.

Slowness can be fixed in hardware.

The bigger a program is, the better it is.

Random changes to a program fix bugs.

Testing takes only a short while.

Finding bugs is easy. Fixing bugs is trivial.

Bug-fixes don’t need to be tested.

Trivial changes of any kind don’t need to be tested.

The first approach, idea, or version is always the best.

A 1% crash rate is actually pretty darn good.

Code is self-evident. Comments aren’t needed.

Comments are meant for people other than the original author of the code.

Undocumented features are fun and useful.

It can always be fixed in the next version.

Surprised users are happy users.

Demonstrating for clients is the best debugging method.


some upload sites

April 9, 2007

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A few words about ASP.NET

April 8, 2007

Visual Basic developers have long enjoyed the ease of programming with forms and controls. Writing a VB form-based application is as simple as dragging some controls onto a form and writing some event-handling functions. This is one of the reasons VB has attracted lots of programmers interested in speed of development. Microsoft wisely built this feature into ASP.NET.

ASP.NET simplifies web page development with form-based programming. In ASP.NET, these forms are called Web Forms and are analogous to VB forms, replacing ASP pages. Similar to VB, Web Forms programming is also event based. We don’t have to write in-line ASP scripts and rely on the top-down parsing interpretation as in ASP programming. To match the rich set of ActiveX controls that VB programmers love in their toolset, ASP.NET equips ASP programmers with server controls. To further enhance the productivity of developers, ASP.NET’s Web Forms also allow for the separation of the application logic and the presentation layer.

ASP.NET evolves from the ASP programming model with the following additional benefits:

  • Clean separation between the application logic (server-side code) and the presentation layer (HTML markup)—no more spaghetti code

  • A rich set of server controls that automatically render HTML suitable for any clients and that additionally manage their states

  • Enhanced session-state management

  • An event-based programming model on the server side, which is simpler and more intuitive than an older script-based model like ASP

  • Application logic that can be written in any Microsoft .NET language (VB, C#, Managed C++, etc.); application server-side code is compiled for better performance

  • Visual Studio .NET as a RAD tool, which simplifies the development process of Web Forms


April 5, 2007

1.When we sigh about our problems, they grow D_O_U_B_L_E. But when we laugh about them… they become ö ö ö ö ö BuBBLes! Have a bubbly life!

2. 111111111111112222222222222233333333333333
Ad each row with EACH OTHER,what ever the TOTAL comes,

3.Treat everyone with politeness,Even those who are rude to U…..Not bcoz they are not nice,But bcoz u are nice….!!!**Good morning**

4.Hum aapke ghar zaroor aayenge,Har pal aayenge,Har waqt aayenge,Har ghante aayenge,Din-raat aayenge,Aur ghanti bajakar bhaag jayenge….

5.1-4-3 Numerically saying I Miss You but what if I ask u 2-3-4-2-3 same as Do You miss me too hope u answer me 3-1-2 Yes I Do….

6.Never blame a day in ur life…Good Days Give u happiness..Bad days give u Experience…Both are essential in life…!!! All are Gods blessings!!!…Have a nice day..

7.Aap agar PAGAL ho to SMS padte hi miss call kijiyega,MAHA PAGAL ho to SMS kijiyega,BEVKUF ho to call kijiyega….Aur agar teeno ho to chup rahiyega…

8.Mausam ki nazakat hai,Hasraton ne pukara hai..Kaise kahe ki kitna miss karte hain Aap ko,Yeh SMS usi yaad ka ek ishara hai.

9.If a smile could be a rain drop i would wish that it keeps raining throughout ur life so that there may be no place for tears in ur life.

10.Kuch log thodi der karte hain….
Kuch log ruk-2 ke karte hain,
aur kuch saari raat karte rahate hain,

tab jaakar hota hai….


Mobile Charge…!

1.kya meri nak tedi hai. ankhen mendki jesi hai. surat se besharm lagta hoon, pagal hoon akal nahi mujhe… phir kise ne aisa kiyo kaha meri surat tumse milte hai………….?

2.aansu mein naa dhundhna hame,hum tumhe aankhon mein mil jaayenge,tamanna ho agar milne ki to band aankhon se bhi nazar aaenge.

3.Simple music can make u sing,A simple hug can make u feel better,Simple things can make u happy.Hope my simple Hi…!!!will make u smile …Good Morning….

4.Hey listen….two people were asking me about u, I gave them ur address and cell no. They will b visiting u soon. Their names r Joy n Happiness.


6.I wish Moon always be full & bright and U always be cool & right.Whenever U go to switch off the light,Remember that I m wishing U Good Night…!!!!

7.If U like me ya hate me both is advantageous & beneficial to me!!!Bcoz if u like me Ill be in ur heart & if U hate me Ill be in ur mind….

8.Always ask GOD to give you what you deserve,Not what you desire.Your desires may be few but you deserve a lot…. Good Morning..

9.Qayamat tak tujhe yaad karenge,Teri har baato par aitbar karenge. Tujhe SMS karne ko to nahi kahenge,Par phir bhi tere SMS ka intezar karenge…

10.U r the reason why I have sleepless nihgts,U r the reason why I tend to hold my pillow tight.U r the reason I cant sleep without saying Good Night…..

Ishq Mohobbat to sabhi karte hain,Gum-e-Judai se woh sabhi darte hain.Hum to na ishq karte hain,Na mohobbat karte hain bas apno ki ek smile ke liye SMS karte hain!!!.

Twinkle-Twinkle lazy star Kitna soyega uthja yaar, up above the world so high, sun has risen in the sky, uthke jaldi pee le chai, then call me up and say HI

Government of INDIA has introduced a new rule…Good looking people should be thrown out of country!!! U r safe..oh! No where should I Hide???

ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha KUCH NAHI TUMAHRI SHAKAL YAAD AAGAYI

Yaad tumhari na aaye aisa hum hone nahi denge,Dost tumhare jaisa hum khone nahi denge. Ek do sms karte rahna,Warna raat ko tumhe hum sone nahi denge….

Night is longer than day for those who DREAM,
and day is longer than night for those who make their
Wish you Good Night and Sweet Dreams!

SORRY…. SORRY…. SORRY…..SORRY….Dont get confused ,Arey Baba SORRY means: S-Some,O-One Is,R-Really,R-Rememberinhg Y-You…..Have A wonderful day….

How Much Love In Your Heart….? CHOOOOOSE… 100 % ( Call Me) 50 % ( Sms Me ) 25 % ( Only A Ring) 0 % NO Answer) Regards !!!!!

My cell phone loves it when u sms: its little face lights up, bursts in to beeps and has ur name written all over it. I think u should sms more often, i think it likes u!

_o/’ Pleasant
‘l Morning!
Coz every new day brings new Life….
new blessings….
new hope!

Have a nice day! GUD-MORNING!

If i could pull down the rainbow,
i would write ur name on it and put
it back in the sky 2 let everybody know how
colourful my life is with a frd like u.

Khush to bahu hoge tum ki forward karne k liye ek SMS mil gaya..!! magar ab kya karoge jab msg me kuch bhi nahi mila…!!! ha..ha..ha

A friend is never a coincidence in your life they are meant to enter your life to bring you joy and laughter. So, i will treasure the friendship between us…

The HOPE, The STRUGGLE and The HARD WORK towards a goal/ success is part of the rewards. Achieving goal itself is not the whole reward…….. BEST WISHES

A Morning is a wonderful blessing,Either stormy or Sunny,It stands for hope,Giving us another start of what we call ……GooD MoRnInG….have A nice dAy.

Hi Good Morning…!!! Uth gaye ho na? Arz hai,Chai ke pyale se uthte dhue mein teri tasvir nazar aati hai,Inhi khyalon mein kho kar aksar meri chai thandi ho jaati hai…

Message: * some text missing* Sender:* Name Missing * *Number Missing *Sent: * Date missing * Missing U a lot thats y everything is missing….
The smile is like a simcard and life is like a Cellphone,whenever you insert the Simcard of a smile a beautiful day is activated…

hearts change,i know they do… but this heart will always belong to u…hearts hurt, i know they do… but this heart hurts more without you….

I opened my wallet And find it empty, Reach in my pocket And found few coins, Search my heart & found U n Our friendship, Then I realized How rich I am ..

I know U R So-So-So -B-U-S-Y
But…Take… 3 Seconds to think of me
1… …
2… …

So Sweet. now continue ur work..
TEACHER: John, how do you spell “crocodile”?
TEACHER: No, that’s wrong
JOHN: Maybe it’s wrong, but you ask me how I spell it!

TEACHER: What is the chemical formula for water?
TEACHER: What are you talking about?
SARAH: Yesterday you said it’s H to O!

TEACHER: George, go to the map and find North America.
GEORGE: Here it is!
TEACHER: Correct. Now, class, who discovered America?
CLASS: George!

TEACHER: Why are you late?
WEBSTER: Because of the sign.
TEACHER: What sign?
WEBSTER: The one that says, “School Ahead, Go Slow.”

SILVIA: Dad, can you write in the dark?
FATHER: I think so. What do you want me to write?
SYLVIA: Your name on this report card.

TEACHER: In this box, I have a 10-foot snake.
SAMMY: You can’t fool me, Teacher… snakes don’t have feet.

TEACHER: How can you prevent diseases caused by biting insects?
JOSE: Don’t bite any.

TEACHER: Ellen, give me a sentence starting with “I”.
ELLEN: I is …
TEACHER: No, Ellen. Always say, “I am.”
ELLEN: All right… “I am the ninth letter of the alphabet.”

Some bollywood books

April 3, 2007

Bollywood is the INDIAN film society. IT is named after hollywood.

Here is an article=======

In “Contemporary Movie Musicals: The Plenitude of the Image and the Brutality of the Human Condition” Phillip Novak and Julie Grossman suggest that while the resurgence of interest in the musical as a genre may well play out in the long run as an investment in nostalgia and pastiche, it offers the occasion, as several recent films attest, for a politically committed filmmaking in which the conventions of the genre–notably the function of music as mode of transcendence or escape–become points of opposition and attack.

Another article that addresses the present and future of the American musical scene is Judith Sebesta’s “The Future of the American Musical”. Sebasta examines the potential impact of the musicals Urinetown and Avenue Q on the American musical of the future, particularly through the infusion of pessimism into the Broadway show.

The mesmerising and addictive musical escapism of Bollywood films is the only contemporary equivalent to classic Hollywood cinema contends Laura Boyes in “Bollywood: The Arthur Freed Unit Reincarnated?” Intense color, glamourous locales, charismatic stars, addictive tunes and unrepentant fantasy create a universe of stylishly potent pleasure.

“Racial Ventriloquism and The Guru” by LeiLani Nishime discusses how in blending Hollywood and Bollywood film The Guru explores notions of hybridity and ethnic identity. The film capitalises on the anxieties about authenticity found in classic film musicals such as Singin’ in the Rain to reconceptualise ethnic identity as diasporic and fractured. Whilst in “Does Crossing Over Mean Overstepping Cultural Boundaries?” Indian-American Sheela Shrinivas reviews Monsoon Wedding, an Eastern/Western curry flick that was a success in both India and America and questions Bollywood’s increasing pandering to Western culture. The author concludes that the film ultimately serves a useful purpose of introducing Westerners to Indian culture despite its desire to be an anomalous Indian film.

In “Cinema Lyric in Rushdie’s Satanic Verses and Roy’s The God of Small Things” Anushiya Sivanarayanan discuss the ways both Rushdie and Roy choose and priorotise specific cinema lyrics in their novels. The songs are are highly recognisable, mainstream songs for Indians, and therefore, function in a pan-Indian fashion.

Opera Aperta: Bollywoodising Troilus and Criseyde in Dil Chahta Hai” by Sumana R. Ghosh shows that the negotiation between the musical semiotic of Bollywood and Hollywood cinema is an open-ended process. So while Bollywood Queen and Moulin Rouge may use the tropes of the commercial Hindi film musical, Ghosh argues that Bollywood directors today are more interested in an intertextual miscegenation of the Other. Farhan Akhtar’s Dil Chahta Hai bollywoodinises the Greek myth of Troilus and Criseyde, and in a musical attempt at a cross-cultural translation, uses opera in a unique appropriation of His Master’s Voice.

“From Madras to Jaffna” by Amardeep Singh reviews Mani Ratnam’s A Peck on the Cheek (Kannathil Mutthamittal). Singh argues that this musical is exceptional in its depiction of themes of exile, by subverting conventional depictions of family relationships and through the use of local folk music traditions.

In “Garam Masala: Shaheed-e-Mohabbat” Dalbir S. Sehmby contends that Shaheed-E-Mohabbat delivers not only a poignant folk legend for post-partition India, but also represents a new type of Indian cinema. Being a “garam masala” film of the global age, it critiques nationalist and religious rhetoric via its unique preservation of folk sentiment and core Sikh philosophy.

“Bollywood’s Queens: Dancing on Howrah Bridge with Helen and Madhubala” by Sangeeta Mediratta reviews a Bollywood noir film Howrah Bridge. It places special emphasis on the role of Edna and Chin-Chin Chu, two cabaret dancers in the film played by the legendary Madhubala and Helen.

Samsang C-100

April 3, 2007

1.      *#06# IMEI code
2.      *#9998*4357# Help Menu
3.      *#9998*5282# Java menu (GRPS/CSD settings for JAVA server)
4.      *#9999#0# Monitor Mode
5.      *#9999# or *#9998*9999# Software Version
6.      *#8888# or *#9998*8888# Hardware Version
7.      *#9998*746# or *#9998*0746# or *#0746# Sim Info
8.      *#9998*523# or *#9998*0523# or *#0523# Display Contrast
9.      *#9998*842# or *#9998*0842# or *#0842# Vibration On (until you push OK)
10.  *#9998*289# or *#9998*0289# or *#0289# Buzzer On (until you push OK)
11.  *#9998*288# or *#9998*0288# or *#0288# Battery & Field Info
12.  *#9998*377# or *#9998*0377# Error log
13.  *#9998*778# or *#9998*0778# or *#0778# Sim Service table
14.  *#9998*782# show date and alarm clock
15.  *#8999*638# show network information
16.  *#9998*5646# change operator logo at startup
17.  *#9998*76# production number
18.  *#9998*968# view melody for alarm
19.  *#9998*585# Non-Volatile Memory (NVM)
20.  *#3243948# Digital Audio Interference Off
21.  *#32436837# Digital Audio Interference On

Online Linux Resources

April 2, 2007

Online Linux Resources and Contact Information

* The Linux portal
* The official Linux kernel Web site
* The Linux documentation project
* Linux Journal is a fine Linux periodical
* Download Linux softwarehere
* Slashdot mirrors the Linux community
* SourceForge is the place for Linux projects
* CheapBytes sells cheap Linux CDs
* O’Reilly sells the best books on Linux
* The official GNU Web site
* Links to many Linux-related Web sites
* comp.os.linux The Linux USENET newsgroup
* My Linux advocacy page
* My e-mail address: comments/feedback