I never quite understood why it takes people n different iterations to get a design right. No, it is not surprising that they do understand Object Oriented Design, it is downright irritating that they learnt OOP all through their founding years, graduated in CS, have been doing this for life and still write software like every damn piece of their code is a masterpiece in itself. Look, I have no issues to your claim of having mastered the Object Oriented paradigm. I don’t even care how you code. I don’t care you know your algorithms or not. I don’t care what language you program in. I need to know you’d be consistent.
IDNs (International Domain Names) have been around for a long time. And Microsoft had an Office 2007 Language Pack available for Hindi more than a year back. Considering that Exchange Server 2007 is running post sp1, one would assume that something as simple as getting an email to an IDN email address would be straightforward. Fail.
C#/Windows Only. Need a quick and dirty code to snap that Flash player on your screen? Need to capture the whole of the Desktop? Or just an application window? Get the code here for doing it as your please.
Look, I know you’re big, and that’s cool. I’m a small blogger, that’s pro'lly somethin' you don' bother 'bout. Ya see, I had been runnin’ AdSense on my blog but you freaked out on somethin' and locked up me account. I’m straight, dude, I’m cool. I know how it works, you and the god damn one time appeal. Excuse my forwardness on the situation, but I ain’t got that much time, shit to do, just like you, my man.
Image Credit: PhotoYoung ~DeviantArt
The first step to freezing a memory is a good camera. Also required are photographic nerves, passion and a great feel for the world around you. Last? Post-processing. Here’s a small preview of how even a little post processing can go a long way in adding ‘the zing’ to your pictures.
Photo credit: “The Sun is all set” by Yathin
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