We were desperately trying to prepare a build in hudson and a mail popped up in my browser window, it was from Asia Open Source Software Community (AOSS). It said I was invited to speak on “Open Source Forensic Tools” at SIM University, Singapore. omg! I didn’t even know what that means or I have […]
It is not a friendship or marriage or job, but, it is something fabulous and greater paradigm shift than anybody can enjoy in life.
Passing 6 six years with 6 Ws. Weather,Wealth,Wine,Women, Water,World. I got all during those last six years and hope to get more , hehe, you may not trust me, it is real fact.
Vyasa Houston M. A. The extraordinary thing about Sanskrit is that it offers direct accessibility to anyone to that elevated plane where the two —mathematics and music, brain and heart, analytical and intuitive, scientific and spiritual— become one. It is tempting to think of them as computer scientists without the hardware, but a possible explanation […]
The following is an excerpt from Extreme Fear: The Science of Your Mind in Danger by Jeff Wise, published on December 8 by Palgrave Macmillan (Scientific American is a Macmillan publication). Extreme Fear explores the neural underpinnings of this powerful and primitive emotion by relating instances in which people were forced to act under duress and presenting the latest findings from cognitive science. In the following passage from the chapter
If you smoke/drink, we need to analyze,which school you went, who were your friends, what your society was, how is your family.. to find the real cause of your disease. Save American lives using Information Technology IT: Improving American Healthcare System, Health Care Delivery using IT to use Healthier communities. 40% have chronic conditions, progressive, […]
“If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it?” – Albert Einstein “No matter what you hear in there, no matter how cruelly I beg you, no matter how terribly I may scream, do not open this door or you will undo everything I have worked for.” […]
When I was a college professor I used to tell my students that “there are no stupid questions”, but that was 25 years ago, back when entry into the computer room was closely guarded. Back then, Geekdom had “barriers to entry“, and only those people who had studied for years could gain entry into the […]
We have got some best dudes in world who can do low level Linux, Microsoft, or Solaris, or any other breakthroughs. They say, If you can make most toughest lady propose you for love then you can be the best hacker in the world as you have ability to break all boundaries or bypass them. […]
Google is coming with real time search engine to counter rival Bing’s initiative to influence search result outcome based on people’s real-time comments in Facebook and Twitter. Google wants to do the same thing – of course the Google way. Google will allow even general public to feed info to its pipeline. But there are […]
Recently, E-Commerce through Online tweeting in Nepal have receached a new height. And one man behind show is Sthapit. He lives in Kathmandu and loves traveling, learning new things, and meeting new people. He is a graduate of Georgia Tech (B.S.), MIT (M.S.), and Berkeley (PhD) and as a result knows about architecture, interior design, math, engineering