Seinfeld Calendar Update !!!

We have released an update for Seinfeld Calendar with a bunch of some exciting features and defect fixes. I hope they are exciting for you too. NOTES: You can add notes or additional information for a task on a month basis. Again, the notes are maintained month wise and not…

Android meets .NET !!!

It is always fun to program in C# (besides C++). If so, how would I feel if I was able to program in C# on Android? You may be wondering what in the world I am talking about. Android development environment is all Java and open source stuff. How could…

Quiz: Beauty of Numbers !!!

Sriram asked: Imagine there is a queue of people for getting a ticket for a movie or somehing. Where should be standing in the queue to last until the manager or some guy keeps removing people at odd indices. For instance, if the queue has 5 people given a token…

To Hold or Not to Hold - A story on Thread references !!!

[code lang=csharp] void SomeMethod(int x, double y) { // some code …. new Thread(ThreadFunc).Start(); } [/code] What do you think about the code above? Some may say nothing seems to be wrong. Some may say there is not enough information to comment. A few may say that it is…

Crazy Braces - [](){}();

What does this cryptic sequence of braces mean? What programming language is it? Is it valid syntax? If there is even a weak chance of this syntax being valid, then what does it mean? Alright, alright, alright…..It is C++. That would calm most people; with all their love (pun)…

Wetting my feet in Android - Seinfeld Calendar

A couple of my colleagues and I huddled up to learn a bit of Android. I think I told you about that a short while back. We developed a very simple application – The Seinfeld Calendar. Seinfeld calendar or otherwise called the habit calendar is Seinfeld’s productivity secret.…

Anonymous Classes vs Delegates !!!

I am not a java programmer. By that, I do not mean I am against Java. As a programmer by profession and passion, I try to learn things along the way. That includes a little of bit of Java. I should say that my proper encounter, so to say, with…

Quiz - Where am I ?

The question is, in C++, how do detect if an object is allocated on the stack or heap. On Windows, the stack address is in the range of 0x80000000. If the address of the variable is in this range, then you could say that the object is allocated on the…