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July 2004 - Posts

Going for Umra..

I am leaving to Saudi Arabia on August 1st to perform Umra . Alhamdulillah , this will be my third trip to Harams . I will be sharing my feelings with you guys!
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Introduction to Components: Theory behind Vendor Independent Component

C/C++ Compiler Ambiguities C/C++ was extensively used in last decade for software engineering; it impacted the component based software architecture. As discussed earlier , there was a need that C/C++ compiler use the standardize approach, so that the
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SQL Server: Database Maintenance Routine

From Tara Duggan ’s weblog http://weblogs.sqlteam.com/tarad/archive/2004/07/02/1705.aspx Over the past couple of weeks, I have posted various database maintenance stored procedures. Here's a listing of them: · isp_DBCC_CHECKDB - perform integrity
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SQL Express Beta 2

From SQLExpress weblog As of this morning SQL Express Beta 2 is available for download from http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/express/sql . Before upgrading please follow all the steps listed on the download page or at http://blogs.msdn.com/sqlexpress/archive/2004/07/21/190738.aspx
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Asp.Net vs PHP

OTN, Oracle Technology Network, has published an article in which author has tried to prove that using PHP with Oracle on Linux is better in terms of cost, performance and productivity as compare to Asp.Net. Bertrand Le Roy , from Microsoft camp, replies
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GMail: Gmail Agent API v0.5 / Mail Notifier & Address Importer

Shortly after getting GMail accounts, people start realizing that: Web applications can be more interactive, lively and useful Desktop applications are not easily replaceable Having everything on the internet doesn’t solve the problem Many people
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NTP: Time Synchronization

NTP is widely used protocol being used to synchronize the time between computers and devices inter-connected. Windows also support the NTP protocol out of the box. (Windows 2000 onwards I guess) In case you have any NTP server on your network, you can
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Asp.Net v2

As we have now tools and framework available to test the new Asp.Net v2 platforms, I just have added couple of links of the Asp.Net v2 resources at http://sharpcoders.net/wiki/default.aspx/SharpCoders.DotNetAspNet Don’t forget to add the resources
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OOP: Links/Relationships

I received a post on the mailing list, realizing some students/people are not able to relate the concepts of Object Oriented Programming’s links and relationships. May be this is because, generally in the class, real world examples are not presented.
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Introduction to Components: What is Component? Impact of C++

Dynamic Link Library (DLL) in simple is the definition of the exposed operations. The definitions include pointers/links to the actual code. The calling code (client code) is bound/linked to this definition and the DLL’s actual code is called in
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Mono: 1.0 is out

Mono’s 1.0 is out! Go-Mono.com is now Mono-Project.com! Their News RSS Feed ! At-last, I can ask my network guys to install it on the production servers, Yippey J In case you don’t know what Mono is, it’s the multi-platform common language
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