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Adobe Reader 8.0 – Fully Loaded

July 25th, 2007 / 1 Comment »

ADOBE READER 8.0 has drastically changed in its appearance than all the earlier versions. The influence of Macromedia is quite prominent with Flash like interface features thrown in. It has adopted the glossy looks too! Adobe seems to be on the same lines as Windows Vista for its GUI. The features not found in its […]

Servlet 3.0 – The Journey Begins Now

July 23rd, 2007 / 8 Comments »

The Servlet 3.0 specification is doing rounds of the web these days. Although people have loved to use Servlets for various purposes such as implementing business logic in case of small web applications to using it as a controller in MVC architectures, we are yet to see what power will the new specification unleash to […]

SOA – Still Far from Reality

July 22nd, 2007 / No Comments »

The Prospects of SOA Service Oriented Architecture better know as SOA is an architectural paradigm which makes the software applications expose their functionalities in the form of services to their users. The principles of SOA dictate that it should be inter-operable. SOA puts forward the use of open standards in order to achieve this goal. […]

WordPress Error – “Allowed memory size of 8388608 bytes”

July 18th, 2007 / 48 Comments »

You sometimes might get the following error if you are trying to import a previous blog into a newly installation of WordPress through an RSS feed or while installing a new plugin as: Allowed memory size of 8388608 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate xxxxx bytes) This means that the server is not allowing to process […]

Xinu – Ajax Based Site Statistics Tool

July 15th, 2007 / 2 Comments »

You might have used many site statistics checking mechanisms to keep a track of how much popular your site is. Such mechanisms include using Google Pagerank, Alexa‘s ranking tool, Technorati’s Authority Value, the number of diggs you have got. But this requires you to go to the individual sites to keep a watch. This is […]

The pride of Windows desktop – “Bliss” Wallpaper

July 11th, 2007 / 24 Comments »

The one thing I can say I truly liked the most in XP is its wallpaper “Bliss“. If one was to look at my desktop it would always have one of the Windows Bliss Wallpaper. I just love it to keep them on my desktop and thoroughly admire those designers behind the XP look and […]

SCWCD – The 3 Steps to Success!

July 10th, 2007 / 12 Comments »

After my completion of SCDJWS I had written about the 3 steps to success in SCDJWS which has helped many who were new in the web services domain to help them get prepared and confident about preparing for the big exam! Following the same foot steps I am now presenting in front of you 3 […]

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