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SEO for WordPress Beginners

September 26th, 2007 / 5 Comments »

What is SEO? Search engine optimization (SEO) is a term commonly used for the techniques which ensure that your website becomes search engine friendly. This includes making you site adhere to certain rules which makes it easy for the search engine spiders to crawl effortlessly in your site pages and rank them or list them […]

India finally has THE winning captain!

September 22nd, 2007 / 5 Comments »

This would definitely be an offbeat post in this blog but this is something which I cannot withstand of sharing. India today where impeccable in the semi finals of the Twenty20 world cup versus the unbeaten one day and test match cricket champions Australlia. India proved that this format was a different ball game to […]

Understanding XSD Namespaces With Concepts of Java

September 19th, 2007 / 7 Comments »

This article is aimed at developers who are good at programming languages like Java and want a quick jump on the XSD bandwagon by understanding some important concepts like namespaces. Hope that this article helps to make you understand namespaces quite easily. What is a namespace? A namespace is an identifier for elements. XML and […]

Setting Up SSL on Tomcat In 3 Easy Steps

September 12th, 2007 / 264 Comments »

Setting up SSL on Tomcat is easy and you don’t have to do much for converting your web application to work with the Https protocol. But however, the problem you would find to set up SSL is the documentation available over the web. The documentation source is available on the Apache site but it starts […]

Google Reader Search Goes Live!

September 6th, 2007 / 1 Comment »

Google seems to read people’s minds and to truly show how it cares for the ones seeking online information, it makes striking revelations in its new avatar of Google Reader. The new features include the stunning new and much awaited feature – Feed Search and a collapsible sidebar separator. On a personal note I had […]

And I thought I Knew How Java Worked!

September 3rd, 2007 / 4 Comments »

I did till today, and realized that many concepts are still unknown to me as well as some of my friends who have worked on Java EE for a long time now. I have learnt many frameworks along the course from the day I started my professional work in J2EE (now christened JEE). Java in […]

What Do You Dream For In An IDE?

August 28th, 2007 / 5 Comments »

I had raised my concerns over using Eclipse Europa in my earlier article in which I had mentioned my discomfort in the use of Eclipse for doing a Java EE web application. For my post I got many comments from various people, some who empathized with me, some who were with me in using NetBeans, […]

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