On Thursday, Google launched Android Design, a web site created specifically to help aid developers in the creation of applications for ICS , aka Android 4.0. The site offers a comprehensive visual to third-party application developers, giving suggestions on everything from how to implement different visual elements to overall back-end patterns for the OS itself.
In the early 90s, extending the power of network computing to the activities of everyday life was a radical vision. In 1991, a small group of Sun engineers called the “Green Team” believed that the next wave in computing was the union of digital consumer devices and computers. Led by James Gosling, the team worked around the clock and created the programming language that would revolutionize our world – Java. Between 1984 and 2010, Gosling (father of Java programming language) was with Sun Microsystems.
“Monkeys evolved into apes that evolved into humans that created Java which evolved from a duke to a tiger, from a tiger to a mustang, and from a mustang to a dolphin.”
The Java language has undergone several changes since JDK 1.0 (January 23, 1996). Java 7 (codename Dolphin) is an upcoming major update to Java and is expected to be released (GA) on July 28th, 2011. … Continue Reading
I have been asked a lot about cheap android phones and today I feel excited to inform about a real cheap android phone with awesome features. H6 is newly arrived smart-phone of 2011 with Android version 2.2.1. Its best suitable for consumers who really want to enjoy freedom with apps, limitless connectivity, Music, Videos, Seamless browsing and Android experience
Question like “What programming language should I study next? What framework?” comes very often in one’s mind. The most realistic answer can be to “Use the right tool for the job” and go with the market trend. Should they study Ruby and Ruby on Rails? Or Python and Django? How about C# 4.0 and ASP.NET MVC? Maybe CakePHP? Should they imporve Java and C? And how about more exotic choices like Lua and Scala or Groovy?
This debate over the popularity of programming language can sometimes become an emotional thing. … Continue Reading
In an historic move, the Egyptian government decided to unplug the country from the Internet. According to internet monitoring firm Renesys, shortly before 2300 GMT on 27 January virtually all routes to Egyptian networks were simultaneously withdrawn from the Internet’s global routing table. This led to all the requests to websites and resources hosted in Egypt to timeout.
Measuring the crackdown
PingER (Ping End-to-end Reporting) is the End-to-end Performance Measurement (EPM) project to monitor end-to-end performance of Internet links. … Continue Reading
Returning back to blog after a gap of almost a month or so feels good. I haven’t passed my 7th Semester yet, but hopefully administration not gonna expel me on grades at least . I was reading random tweets in the morning when this tweet, “#knockitoff Egypt” got my attention and the tweeter was @theUSpresident .. it really brought smile on my face … Continue Reading