Information overload, can we effectively handle it ?

Looks like information highway is just getting bigger and faster…

As we are hooked up to LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and many more social/professional networks, is it even possible to keep up with all the data and information ? And more importantly, are we able to use it effectively and make sense of  various bits of information.

I . . . → Read More: Information overload, can we effectively handle it ?

Your first million registered users for web start-up

How much time it takes on average for any new consumer facing web start-up/application ( be it in any vertical or social space ) to achieve its first million users ?

What do you think ?

Range varies from 5 weeks to infinite  Successful startups have been able to do that in upto 25 . . . → Read More: Your first million registered users for web start-up

How to post from blogs to Google+ automatically?

It is possible, without support of Google+ APIs, which is way far from now !

Solution: There is a long way and a short !

I have tried both of them.  I will give you better solution first !  And the other one, you can google and try to find out

Trick is . . . → Read More: How to post from blogs to Google+ automatically?

How long we need to wait for Google+ APIs ?

It’s killing me ! 

A Google product without proper support of  APIs ? This is not usual Google style.

As I read about it, developers anxiously awaiting the Google+ API (application programming interface) will have to wait a little while longer. Although Google is hard at work on building the tools which . . . → Read More: How long we need to wait for Google+ APIs ?

Interesting PHP Questions. Got answers ?

If you are a PHP Developer, you may find following interesting !

These are some of the common questions and situations, we face in any web development technology set. So at the end, it is not related to PHP only, but some of semantics and syntax for answers will be applicable to PHP in . . . → Read More: Interesting PHP Questions. Got answers ?

Cloud Computing by definition

Let’s goto basics !

How will you define Cloud computing in Summary ?

Cloud computing is the delivery of computing as a service rather than a product, whereby shared resources, software, and information are provided to computers and other devices as a metered service over a network (typically the Internet)

Layers

Once an internet . . . → Read More: Cloud Computing by definition

Cloudstack – Infrastructure As Service(IaaS) from Cloud.com (Now part of Citrix)

Infrastructure As Service(IaaS) is an important component of complete Cloud offerings.

CloudStack, is for Service Providers and Enterprises to build, manage and deploy IaaS (Infrastructure As Service) offerings similar to Amazon EC2and S3. It is developed from Cloud.com, which is a venture-backed startup based in heart of Silicon Valley. It develops an open source . . . → Read More: Cloudstack – Infrastructure As Service(IaaS) from Cloud.com (Now part of Citrix)

Cloud Foundry – Platform As Service(PaaS) from VMWare

Platform As Service is an important component in complete Cloud offerings. In terms of Stack , it goes in order of   Server, Infrastructure, Platform, Application ! At the end, Client will access the application.

Cloud Foundry is an open source cloud computing platform as a service (PaaS) software developed by VMware released under . . . → Read More: Cloud Foundry – Platform As Service(PaaS) from VMWare

“Strict” mode in PHP

Many times, I am asked this question and it often comes up in discussions as well.

Other languages with automatic variable declaration – like PERL – have a strict mode. By activating this strict mode, variable declaration is required, and in PERL, it throws an error as soon as you try to use an . . . → Read More: “Strict” mode in PHP

PHPCloud from Zend – a platform, not infrastructure.

For all of developers who are looking to develop for the cloud using PHP, Zend who else ? )  has done it again. In October 2011, Zend Technologies announced phpcloud.com, technology platform and partner ecosystem using Amazon Web Services for cloud application development and delivery. Developers looking to tap the dynamic and elastic . . . → Read More: PHPCloud from Zend – a platform, not infrastructure.

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