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Top 10 Government Engineering Colleges in India

Top 10 Government Engineering Colleges in India

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Top 10 Colleges In India 2014

Top 10 Colleges In India 2014

Indian Institute Of Technology Delhi,Indian Institute Of Technology Bombay,Indian Institute Of Technology Kanpur,Indian Institute Of Technology Madras,Indian Institute Of Technology Kharagpur,Indian Institute Of Technology Roorkee,University Of Delhi,Indian Institute Of Technology Guwahati,University Of Calcutta,University Of Mumbai, National Institute Of Technology,Trichy.



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Thursday, October 13, 2011

Delete files using Disk Cleanup

If you want to reduce the number of unnecessary files on your hard disk to free up disk space and help your computer run faster, use Disk Cleanup. It removes temporary files, empties the Recycle Bin, and removes a variety of system files and other items that you no longer need. For more information about deleting files from the Recycle Bin, see Permanently delete files from the Recycle Bin.
    The following procedure cleans up files associated with your user account. You can also use Disk Cleanup to clean up all the files on your computer.
  1. In the Drives list, click the hard disk drive that you want to clean up, and then click OK.
  2. In the Disk Cleanup dialog box, on the Disk Cleanup tab, select the check boxes for the file types that you want to delete, and then click OK.
  3. In the message that appears, click Delete files.

Show contentHide content To clean up all files on the computer

  1. In the Drives list, click the hard disk drive that you want to clean up, and then click OK.
  2. In the Disk Cleanup dialog box, click Clean up system files. Administrator permission required If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
  3. In the Disk Cleanup: Drive Selection dialog box, select the hard disk drive that you want to clean up, and then click OK.
  4. In the Disk Cleanup dialog box, on the Disk Cleanup tab, select the check boxes for the file types that you want to delete, and then click OK.
  5. In the message that appears, click Delete files.
    The More Options tab is available when you choose to clean files from all users on the computer. This tab includes two additional ways to free even more disk space:
    • Programs and Features. This option opens Programs and Features in Control Panel, where you can uninstall programs that you no longer use. The Size column in Programs and Features shows how much disk space each program uses.
    • System Restore and Shadow Copies. With this option, you can delete all but the most recent restore point on the disk.
      System Restore uses restore points to return your system files to an earlier point in time. If your computer is running normally, you can save disk space by deleting the earlier restore points.
      In some editions of Windows 7, restore points can include previous versions of files, known as shadow copies, and backup images created with Windows Complete PC Backup. These files and images will also be deleted. For more information about System Restore, see What is System Restore?

Five UI tips for Web apps

Here are five things you can do to make your Web apps have UIs that work better for your users.

1: JavaScript/AJAX should not override basic browser controls

Recently, I was using one of my bank’s websites, and I noticed some peculiar behavior. There was a date field, and when you clicked it, a calendar popped up; at the same time, the cursor in the date box was active. I tried to use the “Backspace” key to clear out the existing data, but instead of working as if I was in the input box, my browser behaved like I wasn’t and sent me to the previous page.
This is bad behavior, and I see it all too often. Using these JavaScript and AJAX controls can bring a lot of the desktop-like UI experience to the Web app sphere, but you should make sure that the expected browser behavior is not broken in the process.

2: Proper form behavior

If there is one thing that annoys visitors, it is being presented with a large number of input fields but the TAB button does not go from one field to another in the expected order. Along the same lines, it is also annoying when the Enter button does not submit the form at all, or it acts as if a button other than “Submit” was clicked for the current form.
Always test your forms (especially ones with many input controls) to ensure that the TAB order is correct and that the Enter button submits the form as expected.

3: Don’t use images for text

When the Web was young, people went nuts trying to get the “perfect” Web layout. The “solution” was often to make the site one big image and slice it up. After a while, reality set in, especially bandwidth, and

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IT jobs claim four of 10 positions in most hated jobs list

Takeaway: Four out of ten most hated jobs are in IT? Can this be true?
A 2011 CareerBliss survey says that four out of the ten most hated jobs are IT-related.
Regular readers of this blog know that I’m always a little leery of survey results. For one, the people who do surveys are not always specific as to who was surveyed. The CareerBliss survey, for example, claims to have surveyed “hundreds of thousands” of people but I can’t find anything on their site to indicate the demographics of the people. Where was the survey done, for instance? At a table set up outside CES? And were there no porta-potty maintenance workers around to cast a vote?
Anyway, here’s the breakdown of the results:
1. Director of Information Technology
2. Director of Sales and Marketing
3. Product Manager
4. Senior Web Developer
5. Technical Specialist
6. Electronics Technician
7. Law Clerk

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Details CSS in liferay Theme

By default, CSS styles in liferay can be found in folder /css. Bundle liferay with Classic theme means that css folder path: ~/tomcat-6.0.18/webapps/ROOT/html/themes/classic.

There are few css styles file. Main css (main.css) located all styling files from the lowest to highest (in term of priority) from top to bottom.

Let say, I want to add a new css file (e.g mystyle.css). I must import this file in main.css – add this new line @import url(mystyle.css); - the styles in this new file will overwrite all styles in other files above it. For a standard practice, custom.css has the highest priority.

Sometimes, new developer understood this thing but when doing some customization in custom.css nothing changes. Why? It is because the server not refers to that changes. When developer inspected the element using firebugs, the css style reference maybe main.css or base.css only. How to overcome this problem?

For development purpose only, developer must add new properties in (/webapps/ROOT/WEB-INF/classes). The properties are shows as the following.


## Set this property to true to load the theme's merged CSS files
##for faster loading for production.
## Set this property to false for easier debugging for development.
##You can also disable fast loading by setting the
## URL parameter "css_fast_load" to "0".

Important Information

A 21 year old guy had worn a pair of contact lenses during a barbecue party.(An event or meal at which food is cooked outdoors over an open grill or fire)
While barbecuing he stared at the fire charcoals continuously for 2-3 minutes.
After a few minutes, he started to scream for help and moved rapidly, jumping up and down.
No one in the party knew why he was doing this?

Then he admitted into the Hospital, the doctor said he'll be blind permanently because of the contact lenses that he had worn.
Contact lenses are made by plastics, and the heat from the charcoal melted
his contact lenses.


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What the IT department will look like in 2015

Takeaway: The IT department of 2015 will have fewer full-time staff members, will hire more consultants, and will focus on software, mobile, and the cloud.
I kicked off the annual TechRepublic Live 2011 event on Wednesday by asking the question, “What will the IT dept will look like in 2015?” (Right, photo credit: Deb Shinder).
My big takeaway was that the oversized, centralized IT department of 2001 is a relic that’s never coming back and IT pros need to prepare for the decentralized IT reality of the future where companies are going to keep fewer IT pros on staff, hire more consultants, and focus their IT resources on software, the cloud, and mobile devices (which will eventually become fully functioning PCs).
A decade ago, there was a lot of new stuff that needed to be set up — ethernet networks, directory servers, mail servers, company laptops — and a lot of baby boomers who still needed helped transitioning into a computerized workplace. Those days are long gone.
Most of these technologies run themselves today and don’t require a lot of time from IT pros to deploy them and keep them running. IT pros also spend a lot less time doing repairs, maintenance, and end user support. Replacement is the new support. In 2015, employees will just swap out their malfunctioning laptop, smartphone, or tablet to IT and immediately get a replacement device that will connect to the private cloud and/or public cloud and instantly download the user’s apps, settings, and data.
The cloud (private and public) will also transform provisioning servers and setting up data centers from a month-long task to a matter of minutes with a few clicks in the web browser. The real work won’t be setting up the servers any more, it will be all about choosing the right applications to deploy and putting the right plans in place to help the organization streamline business processes.
As such, I reiterated what I wrote earlier this year that the future of IT is going to boil down to three types of jobs:
1. Consultants
Let’s face it, all but the largest enterprises would prefer to not to have any IT professionals on staff, or at least as few as possible. It’s nothing personal against geeks, it’s just that IT pros are expensive and when IT departments get too big and centralized they tend to become experts at saying, “No.” They block more progress than they enable. As a result, we’re going to see most of traditional IT administration and support functions outsourced to third-party consultants. This includes a wide range from huge multi-national consultancies to the one person consultancy who serves as the rented IT department for local SMBs. I’m also lumping in companies like IBM, HP, Amazon AWS, and Rackspace, who will rent out both data center capacity and IT professionals to help deploy, manage, and troubleshoot solutions. Many of the IT administrators and support professionals who currently work directly for corporations will transition to working for big vendors or consultancies in the future as companies switch to purchasing IT services on an as-needed basis in order to lower costs, get a higher level of expertise, and get 24/7/365 coverage.
2. Project managers
Most of the IT workers that survive and remain as employees in traditional companies will be project managers. They will not be part of a centralized IT department, but will be spread out in the various business units and departments. They will be business analysts who will help the company leaders and managers make good technology decisions. They will gather business requirements and communicate with stakeholders about the technology solutions they need, and will also be proactive in looking for new technologies that can transform the business. These project managers will also serve as the company’s point of contact with technology vendors and consultants. If you look closely, you can already see a lot of current IT managers morphing in this direction.
3. Developers
By far, the area where the largest number of IT jobs is going to move is into developer, programmer, and coder jobs. While IT used to be about managing and deploying hardware and software, it’s going to increasingly be about web-based applications that will be expected to work smoothly, be self-evident, and require very little training or intervention from tech support. The other piece of the pie will be mobile applications — both native apps and mobile web apps. As I wrote in my article, We’re entering the decade of the developer, the current changes in IT are “shifting more of the power in the tech industry away from those who deploy and support apps to those who build them.” This trend is already underway and it’s only going to accelerate over the next decade.
Of course, this is a bit oversimplified and there are a lot of jobs that aren’t going to completely disappear — network administrators and DBAs, for example — they’ll just become specialists that are mostly employed by service providers like IBM and Amazon AWS. But, there’s going to be a lot less of them. Some specialists, such as security experts, will transition almost exclusively to consultancies, because only the biggest companies will be able to afford to have one of them on staff full-time.
In my TR Live presentation, I also added another hot job to keep an eye on over the next decade: big data analysts, or data scientists. These analysts take the mountains of data that companies now have at their fingertips and organize it, curate it, and ask the right questions about it, in order to yield insights that can lead a company to make better decisions and to make important course-corrections.
For further reading, I encouraged the TR Live participants to take a look at Marc Andressen’s article “Why Software is Eating the World” because the rise of software is ultimately the force that is driving a lot of the changes that we discussed.


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