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3 Easy Steps to Install MySQL on Windows XP

June 9th, 2008 / 70 Comments »

This article needed to be written from a long time and since it was not, I almost suffered the same hiccups during the installing of MySQL on Windows XP. Every single time I had to search the internet for the solutions which I often forgot over a period of time. So today without any procrastination, […]

Create Beautiful Collages Out Of Your Photos

May 28th, 2008 / 8 Comments »

Did you always think about what creative stuff you can do with your photos? Well, I do most of the times and end up editing some of my most favorite ones and putting in some artistic touch. I always feel that, enriching the photos gives them a whole new dimension to look from. It might […]

Firefox 3 is Arriving Shortly – Gear Up!

May 25th, 2008 / 1 Comment »

All you internet power users, here’s the time to rejoice and keep your fingers crossed for the big occasion. Firefox, the king of browsers is all set to launch in its grandeur form and it is going to be more amazing than ever. Firefox version 3, the highly expected launch, is coming near. The guys […]

BEA Dev2Dev TechDays – An Experience

May 11th, 2008 / 6 Comments »

BEA had invited people across India for attending their TechDays sessions of which Adobe was the event partner. I had registered for it almost a month ago. It was held on May 9th Friday at The Leela, a five star hotel in Andheri, Mumbai. The timings for the session were from 9:00 am till 12:00 […]

The Technique of Virtual Deployment in Tomcat

April 26th, 2008 / 9 Comments »

The most common ways of deploying a web application to Tomcat are either straightaway copy the exploded war file structure to $CATALINA_HOME/webapps or to do the more cumbersome task of compiling the web application to a war file and then using the tomcat manager to upload it. Both ways are the most used ones. But […]

Mystery of Accessibility in Local Inner Classes

April 14th, 2008 / 26 Comments »

Here is an interesting concept which I came across just recently and considered it worth sharing. I was reading about inner classes concepts where in, there is a type of inner class called the local inner class. Local inner classes are those classes which reside within the function of a method belonging to an outer […]

Designing Enterprise Applications – Approaches and Patterns

March 30th, 2008 / 3 Comments »

JavaWorld has published a useful research paper which discusses how to discern which design patterns and frameworks would work best for your enterprise applications, written by Chris Richardson. As a developer it is very essential to know about the different strategies one would adopt in a particular business scenario. This paper helps you in making […]

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