somewhere in… is a Norwegian offshore software developer company based in Bangladesh. since the beginning in may 2005, i am working for this company as a web application developer. the first thing that impressed was the process of interview. the whole system is divided into three round. from each of this round you have to … Continue reading somewhere in… – the interview
For a long long time I was dreaming to be a ZCE. So when my dream came true this month, I am now setting up some new target. Already I start learning java and j2ee basics, but I am passionate about learning ruby. I am collecting resources from RubyCentral, PlanetRuby, RubyForge, RubyDocs and just here … Continue reading Hey Joe- Teach Me Ruby
People using internet spend most of their time in chatting, gossiping or communicating with friends, co workers and family members. Many of them also spend time on blogging (thats a kind of communication too!) and development works. When we planned for somewhereinblog, a common platform for people where they can start blogging, Emran and I … Continue reading Give me a notepad – I will give you a community
Its great!! simply amazing!! – Philipp Lenssen from Google Blogscoped has written a great book “55 ways to have fun with google” and he make it free for download. He released the book under CC (Creative Commons) license so that you can copy-read-share-print-distribute this book. Visit the website : 55 Ways to have fun with … Continue reading 55 ways to have fun with Google
Last night I was searching how I can run a case sensitive query in Microsoft Access. After searching for a while what I found in microsoft knowledge base is that there is no ANSI SQL compliant way to check case sensitivity in Access. All you have to do is compare it with StrComp() function. Poor … Continue reading Oh God!! Case sensitivity and Poor M$ Access
I was extremely busy with a lot of tasks – beside these, I was able to manage really a small amount of time to spend with my family. Still I have to spend some time on nobobangla project and wordpress book. I couldnt develop myself as I used to. I lost most of study times … Continue reading So it was a long break – How about a wakeup?
Java is a cool language, everything in the bag – but you have to search a lot for some simple tasks. Just like what I was doing few minutes ago. These days I am learning J2EE, specially JSP, Struts etc… I was searching how to find out the count of rows in a resultset which … Continue reading Hey – It's just a rowCount()
I met Dr. Shah Musa, one of the chip design architect from Intel corporation, to extend his Nobobangla project at a new level. So far the second phase is complete. As a lead developer of Nobobangla project phase I and II, I am extending a specll checker which works as an integrated module of MS … Continue reading Update June 21st
Yesterday afternoon I received seven copies of my book, “Smarty”. Though I already thought that I missed the mail because it was so late. Good God that I finally got them. It was an awesome moment. When I see my books, my name there, It was beyond my imagination. I remember when I mail David … Continue reading Its Rainbow – Can you see the seven colors?
FeedPHP is a free RSS aggregator which collects feed, parse and display the titles with a link back to the original source. This is one top news source for PHP and relevant technologies. This website is currently displaying news feeds from different fields like PHP, PHP Blogs, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Ruby, Java and others. No doubt, … Continue reading FeedPHP is going to be the largest PHP News Source