Blues Of Designing A Small Business Website: A Designer Perspective

Oct 20, 2011 03:31 AM | CATEGORY: Web Designing
  Hi Friends,   Really feeling exhausted! My last few days were very hectic as I was running to fix the woes of my friend who is a small business entrepreneur. When he approached me with the request of doing a makeover (Website Redesign) for his SMB website, I agreed steadfast. But the moment I laid my hands on it, I felt like the task is not having a full stop!   We all know that the designer has to face a lot of limitations durin...

Natural User Interface From Microsoft

Oct 18, 2011 05:28 AM | CATEGORY: Web Development
  Hi Folks,     I think Microsoft Corp is on the way ahead in pushing technology forward to the next level. Hope you are well aware of Microsoft dreaming of developing a NUI (Natural User Interface) in the near future.   Microsoft has been investing in developing a natural user interface which works on gestures, speech and even touch for the past couple of years. Even, the research bore some fruits including Windows Phone 7, Micr...

Get A Sneak Peak In To The New Task Manager of Windows 8!

Oct 15, 2011 02:52 AM | CATEGORY: Web Development
  Hi Friends,     Earlier, I had discussed about Windows 8 when Microsoft had come up with the developer preview of the new operating system from Microsoft Windows family. Now, it provides some details about  the main features included in its task manger. We all use Task Manager whenever we feel that our system is getting handed or slow. Microsoft also put some research  in to this and found that Task Manager was mainly ...

Oracle Announces That The Wait For Java 8 Is Prolonged Till 2013

Oct 11, 2011 05:47 AM | CATEGORY: Web Development
    Hi Friends!   You all might be knowing that Java 8 was scheduled for release by 2012 .But during the Java One conference, the Vice President of Development for the Fusion middle ware, Adam Messinger, had announced that the release date of Java 8 is postponed to 2013. Java 8 is believed to have some revolutionary features bundled in it by the inclusion on certain projects like lambda and Jigsaw.   If you are a part of the java Dev...

Violin 6000 Series Flash Memory Arrays For Tier-1 Storage

Oct 4, 2011 02:54 AM | CATEGORY: Web Development
Hi Friends,   Violin memory, the world's best provider of solid-state storage devices, launched the Violin 6000 Series flash memory arrays for primary storage. The company claims that it is the industry's first-all-silicone storage systems with reliability, performance and economics to be deployed as mission-critical primary storage. The 6000's "Rack in a Box" skills extend to virtualization, private and public clouds, and Big Data initiatives. &...