Actually the complete title of this blog entry should be “The most popular programming languages on GitHub”. I was reading an excellent post on 2012 Language correlation on GitHub and I was surprise to see couple of language names, which I never heard before. Anyways, give a try to this list here and lets see how many you know?
Below are notes from a podcast on C# fundamental that I was listening some time ago: By default, methods are non-virtual. You cannot override a non-virtual method. The virtual keyword is used to modify a method, property, indexer, or event declaration and allow for it to be overridden in a derived class. You cannot use [ more.....]
Recently I moved on gitHub (I’m here), and the first obvious question from my friends which I came across, was what is the big deal about giHub or git? I had few vague answers but thought to google it out and write a summary. Fortunately, I got a good discussion on stackoverflow (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4415127/git-vs-team-foundation-server), and below [ more.....]
Nope, its not Digvijay Singh’s RSS! Here RSS stands for “Really Simple Syndication”, which helps content publishers such as bloggers to sync up their latest updates with their readers. Here you need 2 things, a RSS feed generator, which generates feeds for latest contents and an aggregator, which catches up the generated feeds. There are [ more.....]
Ancestor of WordPad Sometimes, even you can get a little bit of “GYAN” even from your day to day typos, lapses. And That’s exactly happened to me today. I wanted to open WordPad, but instead of typing Wordpad in Run (Win+R), I typed write and pressed the enter. And Hey! it launched WordPad, I noticed [ more.....]