Wonderful Opportunity for Software Engineers around the world
Wonderful Opportunity for Software Engineers around the world

Wellington, the capital of New Zealand is welcoming 100  of the best people from around the world to work in their tech companies. The capital is a hot spot for innovative and leading tech companies and now they are creating a wonderful platform for employers to hire people from around the world. It’s a great... » read more

Are you ready to work as a SQL Developer?
Are you ready to work as a SQL Developer?

A SQL Developer is responsible for managing data in a relational database. Database Providers like Microsoft, Oracle and MySql have their own IDE for managing data. For example Microsoft has SQL Server Management Studio for this purpose and Oracle has Oracle Developer Studio. A SQL Developer makes use of these IDEs for managing data. Today... » read more

Daily Reflection
Daily Reflection

Daily Reflection is designed to draw your attention towards internal movement within yourself. A collection of thought provoking questions aimed to raise your level of awareness. Use this app daily towards the end of each day to reach to your contemplative state of mind. Reflect daily upon these questions to bring more awareness in your... » read more

Post on ASP.NET Web API

Here are links to my two other posts which were published on TutsPlus. Introduction to ASP.NET Web API Securing the Web API You can find the full code in my git repo. Thanks!        

Getting File Content using GIT Hub API

The GIT Hub itself has a fairly complete tutorial for accessing GIT hub uploaded files. https://developer.github.com/v3/ However, I think it can still use some little extra explanation. Make sure you get the following steps right for this: Depending upon master/branch, get your URL for the repository ready first. Next, get the correct header inserted into... » read more

A Knight’s Watch
A Knight’s Watch

Recently I came across this interesting problem through Toptal (on Codility) which kept me thinking hard for a few days. Finally, I now have a solution to this problem and would like to share it here. Problem: Basically, the problem deals with a knight piece on an infinite chess board. Assuming the knight is positioned... » read more

7 Handy SQL Scripts for SQL Developers

Finally got my article published at Tuts+ I had written this article “7 Handy SQL Scripts for SQL Developers” referencing some of the common scripts that I most frequently use @ work. Some of these scripts were collected from different sites while some were developed by myself. ———————————————————————————— “A lot of things that we do... » read more

Do I want it?
Do I want it?

Things to consider before adopting/neglecting a new technology. – What is this thing? Or in other words, what can it do for me? – Do I have any system already existing that is performing the same task as this new thing? – Is it really better than what I have? – Can I afford it?... » read more

Roles and Responsibilities of a Project Manager

-) Project Manager is responsible for developing, in conjunction with the Project Sponsor, a definition of the project. Understanding business needs and gathering requirements Identifying risks during development prior to development start phase Creating/maintaining a detailed project plan -) The Project Manager then ensures that the project is delivered on time, to budget and to... » read more

Revealing Module Pattern
Revealing Module Pattern

Using closures in javascript, we can create public and private methods. Only the methods and variables that are specifically returned are available publicly and we can provide references to privately declared methods and variables inside the public methods. Layout for RMP: var applicationModule = (function() { //private variable. Existence limited within //this closure var privateVariable... » read more