Showing posts from February, 2009

Workshop on “Enterprise application development in .Net”

I will be delivering a workshop on "Enterprise application development in .Net" in UIT, on 25th Feb 2009 at 9:30 am. Basically, this workshop arranged for Final Year students of UIT but interested person can participate (drop me an email, if you are not student of UIT but interested to attend this). Objective: At the end of the workshop participant must have basic practical knowledge and enough vision to develop optimized and maintainable large enterprise applications on .Net framework. Prerequisite: Familiarity with .Net framework, web development and database applications   Agenda: Issues in enterprise development Multiple team Maintenance Data volumes Three Tier Development Separation of Presentation and Logic Layers Power of T-SQL and Stored Procedures Measure Performance For website For database Handling Volumetric Data How to measure performance of stored procedures Cost of joins Break queries by using temporary tables Common Table Expression Support in SQL 2005 Powe

What is Success? [Part 2]

Following is the video of  Nick Vujicic, a preacher, motivational speaker and director of Life Without Limbs . First watch video and then answer following questions: Do you know about his life style? Do you think he is a successful person? So, what is Success? lifestyle? something else?  This question is still remain unanswered for me!

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What is Success?

In my recent discussion with my respectable teacher, Parkash Loahana , I asked a question: "what is success?" Yesterday, I got an email from him defining the "success". Success cannot be measured in terms of money, power prestige, influence, education or standing in society. For a man may have all of these but yet his life is full of misery, unhappiness, moral corruption, and ineffectiveness. Success should be measured by the yardstick of happiness, the ability to be happy, and make others happy, the ability to be loved and to love, the ability to remain peaceful harmony with those around you, with your own self and with God's cosmic laws .     Success has three dimensions; the first is length, which is concerned with a man's material needs, his hopes and aspirations, his desires and dreams. The second dimension is breadth, for the truly successful man should go beyond himself and reach outward to others. Third dimension is height; he must go high a