Saturday, August 21, 2010

Top 10 US cities for working Mothers !!

Are you a working mother and living in US ?

If your answer is yes, then I'm gonna share something which will be perfect for all of you. You can see the list of top 20 US cities which are best cities for the working women according to forbes, the factors it has considered for rating are average women's income, living cost, Pediatricians, Unemployment, Crime rate/Security, Average  money spend.

And if your answer is No, then also you can read this article to increase your general knowledge ;)

The list is as follows,
  1. Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota
  2. Washington, D.C.
  3. Boston, Massachusetts
  4. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  5. Baltimore-Towson, Maryland
  6. Denver, Colorado
  7. Hartford, Connecticut
  8. New York, N.Y. Metro
  9. Seattle-Tacoma, Washington
  10. Buffalo-Niagara Falls, New York
  11. Atlanta, Georgia
  12. Richmond, Virginia
    • Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    • San Diego, California
  1. Phoenix, Arizona
  2. San Jose-Sunnyvale, California
  3. Columbus, Ohio
    • Cleveland, Ohio
    • Indianapolis, Indiana Virginia
    • Beach-Norfolk, Virginia
I said 20, but you see only 18 numbers on the list, right ?
But if you carefully see there are 2 cities on 13th Place and 3 cities on 18th place, so total it is top 20 cities :) . Some cities are placed together as there was a tie in between them.

Where does your city stands in the above ranking ? Check it out, and if possible migrate to Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota as it is the best place to live for working womens.. :)

Hope all the surfers/viewers like this one and at last  keep surfing.. :D

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Run/compile your C, C++, PHP, Perl, Ruby, Python programs for free online !!

As promised, I would be sharing a tool which will help you run and compile the program online and after using it you needn't install most of the programming language compilers. The tool which I'm talking about can compile programming languages/scripts like C, C++, D, Haskell, Lua, OCaml, PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby, Tcl, etc..

Just visit this website, and you can find the text area wher you can paste your typed code or you can directly type your code in the text area.and chose the language you want to compile by selecting a radio button. The other advantage of the website is that it offers sample programs, so that you nedn't worry about sample codes and recent pastes with timestamp, so if you close the window by mistake then you needn't typepaste the code again !!

Hope you liked this stuff, and you are waiting for more.. Just wait for few days and you can see more stuffs coming and makes your life more easier, comfortable and efficient ;)

Have fun :D

Friday, August 13, 2010

Is iPhaad, India's answer to the iPad, for real?

Following the launch of Apple's iPad, touted by many as the magnified version of the iPhone, India Inc. quickly jabbed Apple in the face with prototype release of the desi iPad (hereby referred to as the iPhaad) and announced it would sell this little baby for just $35. Ouch.
The HRD ministry had hailed this new development and taunted the mighty MIT to match their feat, which surpassed MIT's closest attempt - The $100 gadget under the "One laptop per child" banner (which actually ended up costing $200, as scaling down is underway at MIT to make it available for $100). This begs for the answer to one question: Is it for real?? Is it good enough?
The answer to that, you are about to find out!

The $35 tablet PC made a public appearance last night on NDTV and showed off its figure. Oops, I meant specs. It is very much for real, although, it remains to be seen how much this virgin will actually cost. It's going to be released in three size variants : 5-inch, 7-inch and 9-inch and is all set to don a 2GB RAM, a SIM card slot, 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity, microUSB, microSD expandable storage, video out and a webcam! All this with the Android 2.1 OS!! Moreover, it's a tree hugger as it runs on a meager two-watt power supply, meaning it can adapt to life in rural India. A minor drawback is its resistive touch interface, which is not very responsive, but for $35 I'd be more than willing to make that compromise!

Well, now, the bad news: HRD minister, Kapil Sibal, has specifically stated that they don't intend to enter the iPhaad, whose actual cost of components is close to $50, into the retail market. The $35 asking price is highly subsidized for use by students all over India and expected to be available only in schools and colleges.
It rolls out into students' hands by November 2011 and once it infects the Indians, has plans to globetrot as well!
The up side to it is, It will throw the industry into a competition to lower their prices and split open the market for more such products, even if for $100 and some more features thrown in.

Saturday, August 7, 2010

Run your C program online free !!

Hello friends,
Recently while surfing I found an interesting tool which might interest almost all the engineering/ students or any person who doesn't want to install or download programming language,C compiler.

Just copy-paste your code or directly type your code in the text area provided below, and click on submit button to see if there any warnings or errors.

1k source length max
Optimize Warnings/Errors
Note: Above tool is not developed by us, I got it from internet.

And when your program is without any errors or warnings then your download manager or browser will ask you download the executable file, click on save and then run it on your computer by double clicking on the .exe file, which you have downloaded. I suggest everyone to use getch method which is present in conio.h library to see the output in convenient manner. So from now onwards no need to install an turbo C software, as you can execute and compile your C program/code online.

There is another tool for other programing  languages we will be sharing that tool soon...

We will be sharing similar stuffs in future also, keep vising for updates and keep browsing...Have fun :)

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Develop your own Screensaver

Hello Everyone !
Did you ever wondered how can you develop your own screensaver in Windows operating system ?
If your answer is yes, then See the following trick by which you can develop your own screensaver with your images and see the preview instantly. I discovered it while I was playing with some options in Windows. This trick will work in almost all Windows OS.

So, here I start..

  1. The first step is to minimize all the windows, you can do it by pressing Win+d or do it manually.
  2. Then right click on the free space of the desktop, I mean right click at empty area on desktop and select properties. 
  3. Then goto screensaver tab and select My Pictures Slideshow from the drop down menu in that window.
  4. Now click on settings button, you see a window popping out and there you can select the folder from which you want windows to pull the images and show in screensaver, time at which the image should change, etc.. As shown in the below image,

  5. Then click Apply/OK to save your settings, and you are done with the process !!
Have fun... and we will be sharing more stuffs like this !!