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Views: 1911 | 3-03-2011, 03:13 | Category : Other

C++ is a popular general purpose programming language used to create different web applications. C++ was initially developed as an extension to C++ programming language just to overcome its shortcomings and extend its features in whole. C++ has been designed with a purpose, the purpose comprising of various sub purposes or goals like provide support for different programming techniques like object oriented programming, and generic programming along with data abstraction. c++ programmers can work on different interfaces too, like graphic user interface and command user interface for the accomplishment of relevant tasks.GUI based applications as well as embedded system applications all of them can be built using this particular language.

Views: 1736 | 16-12-2010, 09:14 | Category : Other

Every year or two, an event happens that makes me very glad I'm not a Microsoft shop. These same events also make me ask another question: Why do any business leaders allow their CTOs and technical managers to follow the Microsoft Web development roadmap now that it's become a large-scale implementation of the Hewlett-Packard model?

Views: 1792 | 17-11-2010, 06:34 | Category : Web Development, Other

My earlier post on some ASP.NET and CF "OOPness" concerns was pretty muddy. Before anyone else comments/e-mails me, here are the main points I tried (badly) to get across:

1. ASP.NET is a good OOP framework for building Web applications.

Views: 2125 | 12-11-2010, 08:29 | Category : Other

I read a lot of things these days that describe "Web 2.0" applications.

A lot of these sounds like rants that George Carlin does in which he (very impressively) strings together a suprising number buzzwords that surround a given topic.

Views: 2020 | 5-11-2010, 07:55 | Category : Other

Polymorphism means that the same thing can exist in two forms. This is an important characteristic of true object oriented design – which means that one could develop good OO design with data abstraction and inheritance, but the real power of object oriented design seems to surface when polymorphism is used.

Why would a design want the same entity to behave differently at different times ? On first thoughts, this appears more confusing than anything useful.

In C++, polymorphism means that if the same message is sent to different objects, the object’s behavior depends on the nature of the object itself. This is sort of obvious for completely different objects, but the concept starts making sense when combined with inheritance.

Views: 1952 | 5-11-2010, 07:52 | Category : Tutorials, Other

When passing a parameter by value, only a copy of the parameter is passed into the procedure. This means that the original parameter cannot be modified inside the procedure. Advantage of passing by value is its simplicity and the fact that the procedure does not have access to (and possibly modifying) the actual parameter. Disadvantage is that passing large parameters such as arrays and structures are inefficient due to the copy. Also, if the procedure has to return value to calling function, only option is return value of the function.

Views: 3460 | 1-11-2010, 09:28 | Category : Web Development, Other

Something thing I've quietly been up to is taking a bit of time to learn Rails. Not Ruby in its full depth, but enough to understand it in the scope of what pieces you'd use to deliver a Rails app.

Hi all,

Looks like someone linked to this again - comments have been popping up all day.

Views: 1042 | 1-11-2010, 09:07 | Category : Web Development, Other

Microsoft "Silverlight" popped up this morning, a "cross-browser, cross-platform plug-in for delivering the next generation of media experiences and rich interactive applications (RIAs) for the Web."

Looking at Silverlight's home page, I first thought it was something new. Digging deeper, I found it's .NET and XAML. Oh, OK, WPF/E.

Anyhow, I tried to watch the video. They've got the phrase "cross-browser, cross-platform" plastered everywhere, but I could only get it to play on my PC, and that's after a string of codec downloads and WMP updates. SSDD at MSFT.

Views: 2389 | 1-11-2010, 09:02 | Category : Web Development, Tutorials, Other

This started out as a long comment on Brian Kotek's recent post about the ActiveRecord pattern. I figure that while I've still got some Rails-ish types irked at me, I may as well go ahead and blog a bit more about why I don't like the datacentricness of the ActiveRecord approach.

Before you fire up your flame generation script, let me say this: ActiveRecord is super-productive when you need to allow someone to edit a relational model. It doesn't, however, suit the kind of OOD-backed development I do. This post is about why.

Views: 945 | 1-11-2010, 08:58 | Category : Other

I was ordering a pizza online today from Papa John's, mistyped a digit in a credit card number, and was informed that the "Credit Card number cannot be used for this reason: FAILED LUHN/MOD10 CHECK." Well, that's fine and dandy, but only because I know what it means. Not all that helpful to an end user.

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