Apparently, Doug Kaye and Team ITC were not satisfied with ITConversations and now they’re onto an even grander vision. I say more power to them!
The VTU letter exhorting principals to motivate students to attend foss.in is a far cry from my college days, and perhaps even farther from Kalyan’s days. I remember asking our department’s Assistant HOD (I don’t remember his exact designation) whether our semester laboratory internals tests could be postponed so that we can attend the 2003Continue reading “Memories of Linux Bangalore 2003”
Have you been potholed in Bangalore lately? Yes, the question is supposed to be ironic. Go ahead and report it at BangalorePothole.com.
The doctor has ordered me to not have coffee any more, as a precaution. This is so not fair. It’s not like smoking, ya know?
Merlin talks about Benjamin Franklin and the 13 virtues he rigorously pursued with just a small note book. It’s amazing how Benjamin chose these 13 virtues and that too in that order. More so, on how he cultivated this habitude.
When a friend told me to listen to the song “What a wonderful world” by Louis Armstrong, I ended up changing the lyrics from: I see trees of green, red roses too I see them bloom for me and you And I think to myself what a wonderful world. I see skies of blue andContinue reading “What a wonderful code”
I finally got around to reading Stroustrup’s “The design of C++0x”, and was impressed by Stroustrup’s sense of language design, especially the clarity of thought with which he presents the topics. I still haven’t understood the part about “concepts” though. I wonder how it is different from interfaces (in Java).
A while ago, I was trying to explain internet business models to a couple of friends of mine, who are part of the brick-and-mortar business world. Some of the points I tried conveying are: What makes internet business models work is economy of scale – the more customers you have, the more economical and theContinue reading “Internet Business Models”