BAPATLA ENGINEERING COLLEGE BAPATLA

ACE

SYNTAX

...initiate ...innovate ...integrate

6 th edition

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

ASSOCIATION OF COMPUTER ENGINEERS

Where Parallels Converge

EDITORS

ACE’11 takes the honour to present SYNTAX’11 with all the sparks that would kindle everyones thoughts. The pace of technology is growing like a house on fire. To accomplish this we need to be conscious of all the milestones of the race. In order to negotiate this, the department of CSE provides an excellent platform in the form of annual magazine SYNTAX, which encompasses treatise of technical, non-technical and literal topics. ACE’11 has put it’s maximum effort to meet the standards set by the department and maintained by ACE’10. ACE’11 is grateful to the faculty and co-ordinators, who gave wings to our thoughts. ACE’11 conveys its exclusive gratitude to seniors, friends and juniors for their esteemed support. ACE’11 undertook the prosperity of the SYNTAX’11 for all the ardent individuals who made this awesome work to be possible. As a team, ACE’11 dedicates SYNTAX’11 to the well wishing and beloved seniors of 2007-2011 batch, who here been the strength and are part of its plans and actions, guiding throughout their times with us. ACE expects the same guiding, cooperation and support from them throughout their lives. ALL THE BEST....

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History
College Department 7 9

Message
President Principal Prof. & Head of the Department Prof. & Placement Officer Co-Ordinator of ACE 11 13 15 17 19

Department
ACE Unit Achievements Email id’s SAC MODULE 21 23 27 34 35

Articles
Technical Literals Arts 37 55 62

SYNTAX’11 HISTORY COLLEGE

ABOUT COLLEGE
The Bapatla Engineering College(Autonomous), one of the seven educational institutions established by the Bapatla Education Society( established in the year 1962 Regd No: 58/1962) in 1981 with a vision to impart quality education and is first affiliated to Andhra University and later to Acharya Nagarjuna University from 1984 onwards. This College is one of the few Colleges out of 570+ Engineering Colleges in Andhra Pradesh, which is accredited by the National Board of Accreditation( NBA ) of All India Council for Technical Education( AICTE ), New Delhi. The six B.Tech. courses which are accredited twice are Civil, CSE, ECE, EEE, EIE & Mechanical. Apart from the above three more B.Tech courses namely IT, Bio-Technology and Chemical Engineering are also accredited recently. The College was conferred with Autonomous Status by the University Grants Commission, New Delhi and is affiliated to Acharya Nagarjuna University from the academic year 20102011. The Institution of Engineers( India) accredited nine B.Tech. programs offered by the college based on the recommendations of the six member sub-committee of senior Professors from IISc, Bangalore constituted by it. Further, the Ministry of Surface Transport had recognized Mechanical Engineering Course of the College. In addition to this, the college is also registered with Dept. of Scientific & Industrial Research for the purpose of availing Customs duty exemption. The college is selected as a Network Institute for the Technical Education Quality Improvement Program( TEQIP) of the Ministry of Human Resources Development and the World Bank. The college has been selected by the famous MNCs like Microsoft and Bosch to establish their research centers with their own capital investment. The college sustains the pride of getting its students placed in several MNC’s regarding placements ’10. The college also offers five M. Tech Courses, namely (1) ‘CAD/CAM’ specialization in Mechanical Department, (2) ‘COMMUNICATIONS & SIGNAL PROCESSING’ in ECE Department, and (3) ‘COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING.’ in CSE Department, (4) ‘POWER SYSTEMS ’ specialization in EEE Department and (5) ‘STRUCTURES’ specialization in Civil Department. Apart from the above courses in Engineering, the College offers six P.G. Courses namely M.Sc.(Mathematics), M.Sc.(electronics), M.Sc.(Computer Sciences), M.Sc.(Chemistry), M.Sc.(Physics) and MCA with a total intake of 330. From the academic year 2009-2010, the Polytechnic course is being offered in the second shift with an intake of 180. We feel very grateful about our college as it provides the wills and trusts to handle most of our problems adequately.

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DEPARTMENT

ABOUT DEPARTMENT

The commencement of the department of CSE was accomplished in 1994-95 and had successfully integrated the 16 years of excellence and still incomparable. The department offers graduation and post graduation progammes which include B.Tech. and M.Tech., in the field of CSE. The department has accredation of NBA. From the day of inception, the department is well known for the excellent maintanance of its academics by experienced staff members. L.C.D projectors are provided to every class along with art computing facilities. The legacy of department of CSE is upheld with great reverence and austerity. Philosophically the aura that prevails in the department is a high potential medium that radiates the spirit by each of us. As the account of campus placements held in this academic year by ample of companies , a profuse count of students got placed in MNC’s like TCS,PCS,HCL,Syntel etc.,. The department holds the prominence of getting combative GATE scores every year. From this year the department had been accoladed with the membership of CSI. The students have added to the splendor of the college by participating in competetions held by well renounced colleges like IIT’s,NIIT’s and several other universities. The department contends hard to inculcate quality education and to keep the students on the competitive verge of the present-day technology.

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SYNTAX’11 MESSAGE PRESIDENT

MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT
Sri M.Seshagiri Rao President Bapatla Educational Society Bapatla
My best wishes to the students of the department of CSE on the release of 6th edition of their departmental magazine SYNTAX’11. In this technical era there is a need that every student along with his academics has to update himself with the technical knowledge. The departmental magazine paves a reliable path to achieve the above goal. I deem SYNTAX is the encompassment of the technical, non-technical and literal topics. I appreciate the departmental association that forms every year for this noble work and also for their active conduction of technical, sports and literal events, so as to bring out the potential skills of the students.

Sri M.Seshagiri Rao

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SYNTAX’11 MESSAGE PRINCIPAL

Professor V.S.S. Kumar
Ph.D.(IIT-D),Post-Doc.(USA)

PRINCIPAL MESSAGE
I congratulate the department of CSE for the successful release of the 6th edition of annual magazine SYNTAX which embodies the events associated within the department. To make a remarkable position in the present day software sector, there is a great demand to possess the latest technical knowledge. In order to be consistent with today’s world, it is necessary to update with latest technologies. The departmental association has played a significant role from past 5 years through the magazine SYNTAX to make the students not only aware of these reinforcement but also about their hidden talents and skills. I wish you all be triumphant in all the activities that will be held up in future.

Principal Bapatla Engineering College Bapatla

V.S.S. Kumar

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SYNTAX’11 MESSAGE HOD

Dr. N.Sudhakar
M.Tech, Ph.D.

MESSAGE FROM HOD
It is very heartening to note that in continuation of the best traditions set up in the department , the students of Computer Science discipline are going to release an annual magazine SYNTAX. In the emerging scenario of fast paced changes, the students need a stage to catch up with the vibrational phase of the technology and hope SYNTAX’11 provides you with the much needed data. The students have been showing steady progress in the curricular and extracurricular activities. Their commendable efforts will go a long way in shaping their future. The magazine they planned to publish is a useful activity. I am sure that this will be an opportunity for the budding Computer Techniques to bring out their innovate talents and exhibit their skills. I wish them success in their efforts to bring laurels to themselves and to the institution.

Professor & Head of the Department Computer Science & Engineering

Dr. N.Sudhakar

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SYNTAX’11 MESSAGE ASSISTANT HOD

V. Chakradhar
M.Tech.

MESSAGE FROM ASST. HOD
With immense pleasure, you are welcome to a world of technical knowledge where effort to unfold the secrets to conquer the nature by page by page, topic by topic by our students. Hope you will enrich your technical knowledge and appreciate for unfurling a new world. And the dream of yester years is coming true day by day with the relentless effort and proving that knowledge is divine. Students, mere entering the world of competition is not suffice, challenge the counter parts and initiate your innovation and be a integrate role model all the time. My best wishes to all the students who put in their effort to make the SYNTAX’11 a grand one.

Professor and Placement Officer Department of Computer Science & Engineering

Prof. V.Chakradhar

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SYNTAX’11 MESSAGE CO-ORDINATOR

M. Rajesh Babu
M.Tech

MESSAGE FROM ACE CO-ORDINATOR
“First you try next you fly atlast you will be high. Action is the fundamental key to success in present competitive world” I am pleased to figure that ACE ‘11 laid alphalt to the students through the magzine SYNTAX’11 which binds a vast dimension of topic. I would like to convey that technical and non technical phases are two sides of the coin of knowledge for students as they help to endeavor their dreams. It is very glad to learn that association has maintained the standards maintained by the department and the seniors. I wish the association my best regards for their future continuum in all activities.

Sr.Lecturer Department of Computer Science & Engineering

M.Rajesh Babu

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SYNTAX’11 DEPARTMENT ACE

ACE TEAM

STAFF CO-ORDINATOR
M. Rajesh Babu

1st Year
Ch.LeelaRajeshKumar S.VinayKumar G.Sindhuja ShabeenaSultana

3rd Year
Abdul Ravoof Shaik AswiniKumar D V Anudeep Koppolu ChaitanyaKrishnaReddy B DileepKumar P Firoz Shaik HemanthKumar B Nagaraju P PavaniKamala D Prasanth M V R Prathyusha V Rahul Dalal SaiVardhan A SanthoshiSunanda S Sandhani Shaik Sravanthi B L SudheerKrishna K Triraju S S S M

Naveena Pallavi Satvik Srihari

2nd Year

S Praveen Kumar D Durga Prasad

Sports Event Organizers

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SYNTAX’11 DEPARTMENT ACHIEVEMENTS
The following is the list of students who are placed in Tata Consultancy services, HCL, Patni, Singularity for the acedamic year 2010-11.

PLACEMENTS
Name of Student
Ravi Teja Kokkilagadda Sai Krishna Chaitanya A Lakshmanarao Bonagiri Nadeem Pothuganti Pavan Kalyan Kuppala Dargababu Mittanosala S V N M Chakravarthi K Chota Khasim Shaheed Sk Rajesh Pavuluru Rajya Lakshmi Pallapothu T J Indraja Patchipulusu Mohan Naresh Gudimella Surendra Nadh Paleru Rehunuma Hussain K Soundar Raju M Venkata Vinod Kumar Matta V Ravi Teja Vedulapurapu Devaki Srutha Keerthy Amit Kumar Sain Janardhan Kumar N Teja Yalla Madhu Sudhan Mallisetty Anusha Garikapati Nagaraju Jajula Abhilash Cheerala Praveen Kumar Gatta Krishna Dattu Koneru Bharath Kesamsetty Saibabu Chandramouli Venkata Ganesh Kona Hitesh Kumar Jain Bhansali Madhavilatha Pallapothu Bala Krishna Lella Krishna Renuka Goli Leela Susmitha Koniki Gnana Saroja Guvvala Nagini Moturu Srinivasa Reddy Panditi Krishnaveni Totakura Sagar Arumalla Sri Ch V Prasada Rao D Bapatla Engineering College

Selected Company
TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS/HCL TCS TCS/HCL TCS TCS TCS TCS/HCL TCS/HCL TCS TCS/HCL TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS/HCL TCS TCS/HCL TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS

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S R Aditya Tatavarty P Chandra Rao Bellamkonda Srividya Kondapuneni Jyoti Mary Gold Sri Divya Vatluri Swarna Kumar Matlapudi Manjusha Lingam Prathyusha Magam Sowmya Eruvuri Asha Mandava Harsha Vardhan Pasala Srinivas Guddanti Rajesh Pavuluru Vishnu Goutami K Venkata Naga Kishore Uriti Naveen Yadav Gurrala Ravi Varma Pinnamaneni Sneha Avula Dileep Manchikalapudi V N Sirisha Tatavarthi Ganga Dhar Darsi Ayyappa Gurram Kautilya Chigurupati Dinesh Katuri Ramyakrishna Chimakurthy Umme Habiba Shaik V Krishna Chaitanya T Ashajyothi Katla Venkata Karthik Duddu Nagajyothi Marreddy Sindhura Medikonduri Vedavathi Kambham Uday Kumar Vellanki Vishnu Kumar Vinukonda Naveen Kumar Sanka Subrahmanyam Kollepara Lashidhar Chennupati Venkateswara Reddy Pulusu Umar Farook Shaik Lakshmana Bhaskar Jonnalagadda Gandhi Duvva Bala Krishna Paladugu Sri Sai Lakshmi Undavalli Bindhu Chowdary D Jameela Shaik Jincy Lukose Jajula Rakesh Koduri Suneetha Bogadi KavithaJangam TCS TCS TCS S.no TCS 1. TCS 2. TCS 3. TCS 4. TCS 5. TCS/HCL TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS/HCL TCS/HCL TCS/HCL TCS TCS/HCL PATNI/HCL PATNI PATNI/HCL PATNI PATNI PATNI PATNI PATNI/ZETA/HCL SINGULARITY SYNTEL HCL HCL HCL HCL HCL TCS TCS TCS TCS TCS PATNI Name of student G.R Harshini K.Vishnu Goutami K.Phani Chandra K.Sri Vidya M.Asha

GRE TOEFL
GRE 1070 1160 1020 1060 1004

TOEFL 84 86 100

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GATE -10
S.No HT.No
1 2 3 4 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 7002646 7003385 7003461 7003079 7002096 7003019 7002568 7002084 7003175 7002050 7002438 7003291 7003327 7002202 7002372 7002086 7003397

Name of the Student
K.V.Mahathi Mounika Kumari K.Sowmya Rama Krishna Rayudu T.T.Deepthi V. Kasi Rao B.Siva B. Kanakadurga B. Abhishek K.Ganesh Kumar V.Nagarjuna Reddy M.Vijaytej B.Madhu Babu P.Pavani S.K.Alif Basha V.Madhavarao R.K.Keerthi

Gate Score All India Rank
883 807 803 737 671 661 609 567 548 468 449 440 430 416 393 374 365 96 232 242 483 898 978 1574 2260 2638 5098 5892 6371 6868 7719 9322 10839 11700

ENGINEER'S DAY EVENTS
Competition
Software Contest Group Discussion Technical Quiz

R.No Student Name
126 120 62 124 120 122 118 146 138 108 52 125

Year
4/4 CSE 4/4 CSE 3/4 CSE 4/4 CSE 4/4 CSE 3/4 CSE 2/4 CSE 4/4 CSE 3/4 CSE 2/4 CSE 4/4 CSE 3/4 CSE

Prize
I II I II I II

A. Sai Krishna Chaitanya P. Surendranath Padhi Amith Kumar S.R.Aditya Tatavarty P. Surendranadh P. Dileep Kumar Y. Lakshminath V. Uday Kumar Y. Chaitanya Kumar P. Sudheer Kumar G. Mohan Naresh Rahul Dalal

Paper Presentation

I II

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SPORTS 2011
Women’s Battle Shuttle: Singles P.Subhashini V.Sridivya Shuttle: Doubles T.Swapna P.Ramyakrishna J.Marygold V.Sridivya Chess
K.Phanichandra V.Prathyusha 3/4 CSE-B 4/4 CSE-B 2/4 CSE-B 2/4 CSE-B 4/4 CSE-B 4/4 CSE-B L9CS413 Y7CS522 Y9CS488 Y9CS488 Y9CS435 Y7CS522 winner runner winner winner runner runner

4/4 CSE-A 3/4 CSE-B

Y7CS443 Y8CS510

winner runner

Shuttle : Doubles
G.Srinivasa Rao G.Mahesh Babu Amit Kumar Sain Ch.Abhilash

Men’s Battle
2/4 CSE-A 2/4 CSE-A 4/4 CSE-A 4/4 CSE-A Y9CS428 Y9CS432 Y7CS403 Y7CS411 winner winner runner runner

Chess

S.Amarnadh S.Krishnachaitnya

4/4 CSE-B 3/4 CSE-B

Y7CS509 L9CS407

winner runner

Volleyball

winners P.Nagraju P.Dileep kumar Sk.Abdulravoof S.S.S.M.Triraju Y.Sunil D.Hussain Runners S.Amarnadh U.V.N.Kishore P.Suneel Ch.Saibabu Y.Suresh Kumar Narsimha

3/4 CSE-B 3/4 CSE-B 3/4 CSE-B 3/4 CSE-B 3/4 CSE-B 3/4 CSE-B 4/4 CSE 4/4 CSE 4/4 CSE 4/4 CSE 4/4 CSE 4/4 CSE

Y8CS485 Y8CS483 Y8CS496 L9CS496 Y8CS519 L9CS405 Y7CS509 Y7CS520 Y7CS507 Y7CS497 Y7CS511 Y7CS410

WINNERS RUNNERS

CRICKET

2/4 CSE 4/4 CSE

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SYNTAX’11 DEPARTMENT EMAIL ID’S

EMAIL ID'S OF STAFF
S.No Name of faculty
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Dr.N.Sudhakar Sri.V.Chakradhar Sri P.PardhaSaradhi Sri PSV.Vachaspati Sri M.RajeshBabu Sri Sk.Nazeer Ms Ch.Mangamma Sri P.RajeshKumar Sri K.KishanChand Sri T.Nagarjuna Ms G.VijayaLakshmi Sri G.Ramakrishna Sri K.Madhusudhan Sri K.L.Narayana Ms G.SaiKiranmai Sri G.RameshBabu

suds_nagalla@yahoo.com cdvetagiri@gmail.com pardhu.pathella@gmail.com psvvachaspati@yahoo.com rajeshchowdarymovva@gmail.com shk_nazir@yahoo.com mangachoppara@gmail.com rajeshkumar.pendem@gmail.com kishanchandkopila@gmail.com nagarjuna595@gmail.com gvl.nitw@gmail.com gandiramakrishna@gmail.com madhu.kattari@gmail.com lakshminarayana.rvce@gmail.com kiran.cen@gmail.com rameshbabu@gmail.com

Email ID

EMAIL ID'S OF BATCH 2007-2011
S.No Reg.No
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Y7CS401 Y7CS402 Y7CS403 Y7CS404 Y7CS405 Y7CS406 Y7CS407 Y7CS408 Y7CS409 Y7CS410 Y7CS411 Y7CS412 Y7CS413 Y7CS414 Y7CS415 Y7CS416 Y7CS417 Y7CS418 Y7CS419 Y7CS420

Name

Allu Bhargav Reddy Amar Jukuntla Amit Kumar Sain Arumbaka Srinivasarao Avula Sneha Bala Krishna Lella Bellamkonda P Chandra Rao Bhansali Hitesh Kumar Jain Bonagiri Lakshmanarao Bramhasani V L Narasimha Cheerala Abhilash Chennupati Lashidhar Chigurupati Kautilya D Archana Darisi L M Chandra Kishor Darsi Ganga Dhar Devaki Srutha Keerthy Devarakonda Rama Rao Epuri Kavitha Eruvuri Sowmya

Email ID

bhargav_3132@yahoo.com amarjukuntla@gmail.com amitkumarsain@gmail.com srinivas9reh@gmail.com madhu_2385@yahoo.com balu38.chirala@yahoo.com 123bprao@gmail.com hiteshjainb@gmail.com lakshmanarao26@gmail.com bramhasanin@gmail.com abhilash.bec.08@gmail.com lashidhar@gmail.com ch.kautilya@gmail.com archana.dalauapalli@gmail.com d.kishor30@gmail.com gangadhar.darsi@gmail.com thtzkeerthi@gmail.com ramarao.bec@gmail.com kavitha.epuri@gmail.com sony5sowmya@yahoo.com

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21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 Y7CS421 Y7CS422 Y7CS423 Y7CS424 Y7CS425 Y7CS426 Y7CS427 Y7CS428 Y7CS429 Y7CS430 Y7CS431 Y7CS432 Y7CS433 L7CS524 Y7CS434 Y7CS435 Y7CS436 Y7CS437 Y7CS438 L8CS404 Y7CS439 Y7CS440 Y7CS441 Y7CS442 Y7CS443 Y7CS444 Y7CS445 Y7CS446 Y7CS447 Y7CS448 Y7CS449 Y7CS450 Y7CS451 Y7CS452 Y7CS453 Y7CS454 Y7CS455 Y6CS424 L8CS405 Y7CS457 Y7CS458 Y7CS459 Y7CS460 Y7CS461 Y7CS462 Y7CS463 Y7CS464 G Siva Rama Krishna Gandhi Duvva Garikapati Anusha Gatta Praveen Kumar Gopalam Raga Harshini Guddanti Srinivas Gullapalli Sathar Gurram Ayyappa Guvvala Gnana Saroja Hareeshnaik Bhukya Hari Krishna Kopanathi Harsha Vardhan Pasala Janavath Lakshmi Bai Jayasri Nannepamula Jonnalagadda L Bhaskar Jyoti Mary Gold K Rehunuma Hussain K Vishnu Goutami Kaithepalli Srinivasarao Kakumanu Ashok Babu Kamala Priyanka Meduri Kambham Vedavathi Kande Sandhya Katla Ashajyothi Katragadda Phani Chandra Katuri Dinesh Kesamsetty Bharath Koka Divya Sri Kondapuneni Srividya Koniki Leela Susmitha Kosaraju Srihari Krishna Dattu Koneru Krishna Renuka Goli Kumba Anjani Devi Kuppala Pavan Kalyan Lingam Manjusha M Soundar Raju M. Jaya Krishna Maddumala Kranthi Kumar Madhavi Aramanda Madhavilatha Pallapothu Madineni Venkateswarlu Maduri Mounika Maduvath Krishnanaik Mahesh Kumar Zagabathuni Mallisetty Madhu Sudhan Manchikalapudi Dileep ghattamanenisiva@gmail.com dgandhi4u@gmail.com anushagarigipati@gmail.com gpkumar.888@gmail.com harshugopalam1990@yahoo.com srinivascsebec@gmail.com sathar.gullapalli@gmail.com ayyappa1241990@gmail.com saroja_gg@yahoo.com harish.cs430@gmail.com hari999_999@yahoo.co.in pasalaharsha@gmail.com lakshmibai6@gmail.com jayasri44@gmail.com bhaskar53_bt@yahoo.com marygoldcse@gmail.com rehunuma@gmail.com kvgbec@yahoo.com srinu.bec141@gmail.com hiyashok@gmail.com priyanka.sumana@gmail.com veda_kambham@yahoo.co.in kande.sandhya@gmail.com ashajyothikatla@yahoo.com chandra_katragadda@yahoo.co.in dineshkaturi@yahoo.com bha445@yahoo.com divyasri.cs@gmail.com vidyakondapaneni@gmail.com susmitha.1812@gmail.com sri_chokky@yahoo.com gkrenuka@gmail.com anjani@gmail.com addkalyan@gmail.com manjusha.lingam@yahoo.com raj.soundar1@gmail.com manamjayakrishna@gmail.com kranthinvp@gmail.com madhavi_4491@yahoo.com venkymadineni@gmail.com krishnakumar005@yahoo.com mahesh.cse349@gmail.com madhucs11@gmail.com dileep.manchikalapudi@yahoo.com

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68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 Y7CS465 Y7CS466 Y7CS467 Y7CS468 L7CS527 L8CS406 Y7CS469 Y7CS470 Y7CS471 Y7CS472 Y7CS473 Y7CS474 Y7CS475 Y7CS476 Y7CS477 Y7CS478 Y7CS479 Y7CS480 L8CS407 Y7CS481 L8CS408 Y7CS482 Y7CS483 Y7CS484 Y7CS485 Y7CS486 Y7CS487 Y7CS488 Y7CS489 Y6CS475 Y7CS490 Y7CS491 Y7CS492 Y7CS493 Y7CS494 Y7CS495 Y7CS496 Y7CS497 Y7CS498 Y7CS499 L8CS401 Y7CS500 Y7CS501 Y7CS502 Y7CS503 Y6CS490 Y7CS504 Mandava Asha Marreddy Nagajyothi Matlapudi Swarna Kumar Matta Venkata Vinod Kumar Md Habibulla Mithinti Srikanth Mittanosala Dargababu Mohan Naresh Gudimella Moturu Nagini N Janardhan Kumar Nadeem Pothuganti Nagaraju Jajula Naveen Yadav Gurrala Nelatoori Kiran Babu Paladugu Balakrishna Paleru Surendra Nadh Pallapothu Rajya Lakshmi Panditi Srinivasa Reddy Pathan Firoze Khan Pinnamaneni Ravi Varma Poorna Aditya Papana Prashanth Pamidi Prathyusha Magam Prudhvi Raghava Ravi Pulusu Venkateswara Reddy Rajesh Pavuluru Rajesh Prodduturi Ramyakrishna Chimakurthy Rapuri Shantha Kumari Ravi Choppara Ravi Srinivas Ravi Teja Kokkilagadda S Nagasai Venkatesh S R Aditya Tatavarty S V N M Chakravarthi K Sagar Arumalla Sai Krishna Chaitanya A Saibabu Chandramouli Sajja Priya Madhuri Sanka Naveen Kumar Shaik Haseena Parveen Shaik Karimulla Shaik Umar Farook Shaik Umme Habiba Sindhura Medikonduri Sivanag Kondru Sk Chota Khasim Shaheed ashacse2011@gmail.com nagajyothimarreddy@gmail.com mswarnakumar@gmail.com matta.venkatavinod@gmail.com habib.md89@gmail.com srikanth.mithinti@gmail.com mdbabu469@gmail.com mohannaresh.g@gmail.com naginimoturu@gmail.com janatheking@gmail.com nani.nadeem@gmail.com jnr.cse@gmail.com naveen1323@gmail.com kiran00712@gmail.com paladugu.paladugukrishna.balak@gmail.com suribec2008@gmail.com rajyalakshmip21@gmail.com psrinivasareddyp@gmail.com firoze12@gmail.com ravivarma.pinnamanei@gmail.com prashanth.prrashi@gmail.com prathyusha.magam@gmail.com rprudhvi9@gmail.com pvenkatesh22@gmail.com raj888pav@gmail.com rajesh.proddutur@gmail.com ramya.bec@gmail.com rapurishantha@gmail.com choppararavi@gmail.com ravibec2007@gmail.com krt491@gmail.com daredvl75@yahoo.com adityatatavarty@hotmail.com midhunkanala2020@gmail.com arumallasagar@gmail.com alapatichaitanya.cs@gmail.com saibabuchandramouli@gmail.com priya_sajja12@yahoo.com sankanaveen@gmail.com haseenashaik@gmail.com karim_sk_223@yahoo.co.in umarfarook501@gmail.com habibashaik@gmail.com sinduramedikonduri@yahoo.com svnag2010@gmail.com khasim.bec@gmail.com

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STUDENTS ACTION COMMITTEE
Website: www. sac4service.webs.com E-mail: sac.helpinghands@gmail.com

Every year from Bapatla Engineering College nearly 1200 students pass out with their graduation .In the same Bapatla there are about 2000 child labour. “Give me seven dedicated persons I will change the world “said by a famous socialist Swami Vivekananda .By taking these words as inspiration, there was a thought that, can’t 1200 students change the destiny of atleast 200 children out of 2000? This thought was implemented by few of our students in the form of SAC, Students Action Committee.

Achievements of Students Action Committee
1) It had carried about 250 child labour from the hardworking condition to the stream of education. 2) It had been successfully running a hostel since three years for the children. 3) It also takes care of the health problems of the children and conducts monthly health check up. 4)Every year nearly 40 children join the hostel and committee has been providing the basic needs and requirements for the children. 5) Every day the volunteers conduct study hours in which each children individually assessed. 6) Three of the children had completed their 10th s with distinction under the guidance of SAC and are doing their Intermediate. Their entire tuitions fees is bared by the committee. For all these things the money needed is collected from the students and faculty in the college by volunteers. Till this date committee have spent Rs.1,48,000 for the requirements to maintain hostel.

Staff Co-ordinator Prof. V.Chakradhar SAC

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MODULE
beyond 0’s &1’s INTRODUCTION: “Module “ is a word which means a part or an important set of works. Literally it also means congregation of meaningful instructions. In the same way this module workspace is part of the student’s life which have some rules and objectives to makes them think beyond they know, enshrine their hidden talents and improve their communicational skills . This is a workspace where everyone learns different skills by sharing because when compared to other ways to learn anything, sharing is the best way to learn easily and comfortably. It is a student organization which is run by the student, for the students. So, the tag line is stated as “beyond 0’s &1’s”. It also means that it is not at all meant for a particular section or particular kind of people. It is a stage for every student of C.S.E Department irrespective cast, religion, sex and percentage and all other barriers. Instead it helps to remove them. Though it includes the technical issues it is a life skill symposium. This is a first ever session conducted in the Computer Science and Engineering Department of Bapatla Engineering College. The session is to make the department more users friendly and to help every student in their respective requirements. Initiated crew(2007-2011): S.R.ADITYA TATAVARTY M.V.VINOD KUMAR G.MOHAN NARESH K.SUBRAHMANYAM Sk.CH.K.SHAHEED V.V.RAVITEJA OBJECTIVES: The session will be conducted in order to help the students to explore themselves. The main objectives of the session are ->To bring awareness about different technical and non technical aspects. ->To help students to improve their language (English). ->To bring collectiveness and to improve the team work and team spirit among the students. ->To educate students about the about the communicational skills & as well as the life skills ->This session should be practical implementation of the communication skills lab, soft skills lab. ->It acts like a bridge between the passed out seniors and the students to know about their requirements. ->To bring a healthy interaction among all the students. WORKING: The whole session will be conducted twice a week that is Monday and Friday. The each session will be conducted for 2:30 hours and in the third half that is from 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm. The session is divided into three modules that is three parts 1. Tech module 2. Non tech module 3.Action module

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1.Tech module: Header module: This is the initialization of the session and it consists of three parts they are • Words: Five English words along with their usage will be given. • Websites: In every session there new web sites are given. • Quote of the day: A new quote will be given every session. Mr. Computer module: This is the second module in the session and it consists of again two parts. • Presentation round: This round is for paper presentations and poster presentations.Two teams will be given chance every session with respect to presentation. Each team consists of two members and time for each team is 13min including quires.No team or member of a team must participate more than once in a week. • seminar round: This is also for the technical knowledge and maximum number of interested participants will be given chance and each person will be given 10min 2. Non tech module: This is a non technical module which includes again two parts and this also will be held for 1hr. (30min each) Ice module: It consists of ice breakers and it is a funny round. It contains the events like extempore, sketch the personality, what is the good word, mock press etc. It is mainly to improve the emotional skills and communicative skills Heat module: It contains the hot events like debate, elocution, Floor crossing etc. These help us in discussions and decrease the stage fear. 3. Action module: It is the last part of the session and it contains the group discussion and group debate. It is held for 30min.

“THERE ARE ONLY ‘1 0’ TYPES OF PEOPLE IN THE WORLD WHO UNDERSTAND THEMSELVES AND DONT”

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LATEST TECHNOLOGIES
USB CELL
Here is something that will surely catch your attention: You must have heard of rechargeable batteries which was released first in the 80’s and became a huge hit because it could be used over and over again. You must have heard of charging the batteries using electricity and power outlets and there are latest ones that use solar power for recharging. Well here is a USB AA rechargeable batteries. USBCELL AA batteries are standard rechargeable batteries but in order to recharge them you need to remove the top of the battery and plug them into the USB port. It takes about an hour to recharge it to 50%.

who spends long hours infront of the computer for his work and can’t enjoy his drink.

Light Touch

The Light Touch from Light Blue Optics is a marvel — it can beam a virtual computer on to any flat surface, allowing users to tap away as though on a proper keyboard. It’s not commercially available — the Cambridge-based company is hoping to license the technology to other manufacturers — but if it does go on sale, it could herald a shift in the way we interact with the world around us.

USB Beverage Chiller or Warmer

USB beverage chiller or warmer is for all those working for long hours in their offices. This system is platform independent and can be used with any operating system. Just plug in this system in the USB port of your PC, laptop, xBox, playstation or any gaming console and enjoy chilled or hot drink within minutes. It looks cool on your desktop and gives you warm tea or coffee or icy cold drink of your choice. The device is available from $15 to $24 depending on the brand and warranty terms. You can place an order at Amazon. com . It’s an excellend gift for your hubby or boyfriend "Moral indignation is jealousy with a halo."

Music Mouse Pad with Speaker & Microphone & USB Port & Midi Jack

This amazing mouse is all in one, serving multiple functions. It includes a brilliant quality voice chat system, mic, speakers, USB port, stereoscopic connectors for headset and audio output, mini LED indicator and a clean mouse pad. The system has multi platform compatibility and requires no drivers for XP, 2000, 98SE, Linux 2.4 & mac OS 8.5 etc. All this is available at price of $12.59 .

- H. G. Wells (1866-1946)

"Glory is fleeting, but obscurity is forever."

- Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821)

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pose machine weighs in a 3.8 pounds and in the traditional notebook form it has a 11.6 inch HD LED Zyxio Sensawaft Have you ever wanted to control the cur- screen, with Windows 7. sor on your computer using only your breath? No? That’s a shame, because that’s exactly what the Sensawaft does. By blowing in to a special ‘microphone’, you can control the speed and direction of the cursor across your computer screen. Zyxio, the company behind the technology, says it could be very useful for disabled computer users, and also envisage it being applied to other scenarios, such as controlling a mobile phone, being used as a “third hand” when playing an action-packed video game, or even operating in-car sat-nav. We’ll see the first Sensawaft devices go on sale later this year, costing around £60. Solar Charger for Ipod Touch

Lenovo IdeaPad U1

Hybrid technology has come to computers but it doesn’t mean your laptop will now run on hydrogen. Lenovo’s innovative ‘hybrid’ device is actually two gadgets in one — a notebook that looks much like a conventional laptop computer, except that it has a detachable screen, which doubles as its own separate tablet computer. Each part has its own processor and operating system, giving the one computer multi-functionality. They also synchronize to work as one machine with the base a hub and docking station and the tablet the mobile device. 3G wireless is built in. The U1 components each support more than five hours of 3G web browsing, Collected By 60 hours of 3G standby. It also has a video camera. ACE Team The IdeaPad U1’s laptop and tablet modes each support more than five hours of 3G Web brows“The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single ing and 60 hours of 3G standby. In addition, the step” U1 comes with integrated video camera and two stereo speakers with integrated microphone with -Chinese proverb echo cancellation make this the ideal PC for users who need flexibility but do not want to compromise features or functionality. The entire duo-pur"Victory goes to the player who makes the next-to-last mistake."

What could be better than charging your ipod or iphone while using it. Solar charger is an excellent choice for those who use their ipods while travelling long distances. You can charge your phone while jogging, hikking or travelling. The phone can be charged during a picnic using this charger. The charger is durable, yet lightweight and slim design and gives full access to touch screen. It has the latest solar panel technology and LED status light indicator. Solar panels are specifically designed for the Surge outputs 5.5V at 100 mAh in full sun. 2 hours of direct solar exposure provides 30 minutes of talk time on a 3G network or 60 minutes talk time on a 2G network. The charger has a 1320 mAh battery.

- Chessmaster Savielly Grigorievitch Tartakower (1887-1956) "Don't be so humble - you are not that great."
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TECHNICAL Big Companies Hiring Database Administrators:
• • • • • • Sun Microsystems Cisco Systems Oracle Corporation Apple Computers Adobe Systems Qualcomm Google

“Many of lifes failures are people who did not realize how close they was to sucess when they gave up”

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CAREER AS ORACLE DB
IT professionals with the advanced knowledge and skills necessary to administer the world s leading database systems and applications. Oracle Certification combines training, experience, and testing to ensure that you have a strong foundation and expertise in Oracle’s database management system. Oracle Certified Associate: requires successful scores on two exams. Oracle Certified Professional: requires Certified Associate status plus the completion of training courses and exams. Oracle Certified Master: requires Certified Professional status plus the completion of two courses, a master level exam completion of a hands on course form

Salary Survey:

Oracle DBA accelerated course is to provide

Every year, young computer professionals leave the hallowed halls and ivory towers of college and survey the landscape for computer jobs. They look at the salary surveys and drool at the average Oracle DBA salary of $100,000 and the prospect of earning up to $250,000 per year as a production DBA. Many of them don’t know what a DBA does, but they sure like the money. Oracle DBA Job Description

•Responsible for ensuring availability and performance of the databases that support the system. •Work with the team to ensure that the associated hardware resources allocated to the databases and to ensure high availability and optimum performance. •To proactively monitor the database systems to ensure secure services with minimum downtime. •Responsible for providing trend analysis to the service management team to enable them to Overview - Database Administrators make informed decisions regarding resource manDatabase Administrators use database softagement. ware to store and manage information. They will of•Responsible for problem escalation to Oracle Deten set up database systems and are responsible for velopment team and third parties as appropriate. making sure those systems operate efficiently (usually referred to as database performance tuning). They Collected By also make sure that the data they store is backed up G Rama Krishna regularly, stored effectively, and that the data is secure from unauthorized access. Ensuring the data is Staff available, by maximizing database uptime, is also an important function of the database administrator.

Duties and Responsibilities

/* 1. When can you add two to eleven and get one as the correct answer? 2. What comes down but never goes up? 3.How would you write nineteen that if one is taken out, then its remains twenty.? */ Bapatla Engineering College

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COMETDOCS
owadays a file conversion service is the most valuable if you have a group of people working in different formats, in different operating systemsplatforms, in different software. One thing combines all these into a mixed result which will affect your creativity. File Conversion. That’s why we made our choice to present an Online Free File Converter, Cometdocs. Cometdocs is a one of its kinds free online document conversion interface that offers a large set of document conversions that can’t be found anywhere else online. Its unique features include on the fly OCR conversion capabilities, over 50 different conversion options and proprietary XPS and PDF conversion abilities that retains formatting, images and text in the selected output format. And best of all for users -> it is available free of charge. Signup to test it !

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Shareware is a form of marketing campaign where manufacturers induce customers to purchase the software by letting them try the product first. The trial product is most often the complete version with several upgrade or additional features that will unlock when you pay for the product. Another issue that shareware is facing is the fact that many unscrupulous individuals develop softwares that does not do any good to people in the guise of a shareware. The term shareware is thus dreaded because of the experience of many individuals with cripplewares, those softwares that are no good. Cripplewares are used to just get the email address of the customers. The true essence of shareware is thus diminishing because of these factors. However, it may be worthy to note that there are many platforms where shareware could be useful to your computing needs. Platforms of shareware include Microsoft Windows, Macintosh, Linus and UNIX. Shareware such as for business, education, home, multimedia, design, drivers, games, utilities and for software developments are available. It may also be important to tell you that any useful software like our Registry software that you may try before you buy is a shareware.

SHAREWARE
Do You Have Clue What It Is?
Have you heard of shareware? Are you in need of a software but are not sure if this software is what you need? If a website or any individuals offered you a try before you buy software, then this is what a shareware is. Software that you may use in its demo version and for purchase later on is what a shareware is.

Collected By S.SSM Triraju & S.Krishna Chaitanya 3/4 cse “I slept and dreamt that life was joy. I awoke and saw that life was service. I acted and behold, service was joy ” -Rabindhranadh Tagore

/* 4. Give me food, and I will live; give me water, and I will die. What am I? 5. I live, yet don’t breathe, I am freezing. I am never thirsty, but i always drink.What am I? */ Dept. Computer Science & Engineering

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FACEBOOK HISTORY
which was launched in the beginning of 2004. Facebook was founded by Dustin Moskovitz and Mark Zuckerberg, who are both from Cambridge, Massachusetts. Both are former students of Harvard University Facebook was originally created only for the students of Harvard.Eventually, they added a network for schools and colleges. The estimated number of registered members in Facebook reaches about 500 billion. It has more uploaded photos compared to Photobucket and even Flickr. It is actually considered as the 18th most browsed and visited website all over the world. And in United States, Facebook is the 7th most popular and visited website. If youare wondering where does the name Facebook came from, it is the paper face book that other colleges and even prep schools give to the staff as well as incoming students so that they can recognize one another by name and by face. At least 85 percent of the students have their profiles created in Facebook. Moreover at least 85 percent also of these registered users log in to their Facebook accounts every week. According to the study conducted by a research company located in New Jersey called Student Monitor, Facebook ranked second as the most” in” thing for students all around the world. It is also estimated that at least 19 minutes every day, these students log on to their Facebook account.

FOLDER LOCK
A SIMPLE PROCESS TO LOCK YOUR FOLDERS WITHOUT USING ANY SOFTWERE PROCEDURE:

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OPEN A NOTEPAD AND TYPE THE FOLLOWING CODE echo Invalid choice. goto CONFIRM :LOCK ren Locker “Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD08002B30309D}” attrib +h +s “Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD08002B30309D}” echo Folder locked goto End :UNLOCK echo Enter password to Unlock folder set/p “pass=>” if NOT %pass%== ENTER YOUR PASSWORD HERE goto FAIL attrib -h -s “Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD08002B30309D}” ren “Control Panel.{21EC2020-3AEA-1069-A2DD08002B30309D}” Locker echo Folder Unlocked Successfully goto End :FAIL echo Invalid password Collected By goto end K.Swethasree & :MDLOCKER K.Pragna md locker echo Locker created Successfully

/* 6.Take one out and scratch my head, I am now black but once was red.? 7. What’s full of holes but still holds water? 8.What gets whiter the dirtier that it gets? 9. What goes up the chimney down, but can’t go down the chimney up? */ Bapatla Engineering College

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goto End :End NOW EDIT THE PASSWORD AT WRITE YOUR PASSWORD HERE AND SAVE THE FILE AS LOKER.BAT NOW OPEN THE FILE AND DRAG THE FOLDERS INTO THAT AND CLOSE FOLDER NOW YOUR FILES HAVE BEEN SAFELY LOCKED.. -zed GPS navigation derived from inputs from many devices; and cell phones used as sensors to track seismic events or other Earth-based phenomena. Bloom said IBM is already in the early stages of these project and has a good record at making past Five in Five predictions into reality. One prediction from five years ago envisioned telemedicine, where data on patients is transmitted hundreds of miles to a specialist. In a related fashion, doctors are in IBM Collected By trials using 3D video images inside monitors to make diagnoses and even remote surgery etc.

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HOLOGRAMS
Holograms on cell phones:

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HONEY POT
-An effective trap to lure Hackers

“We see 3D [video] technology moving into the cell phone, which will have the ability to transmit information of the cell phone to create a 3D hologram, projecting the hologram on any surface in life size,” said Paul Bloom, IBM’s CTO for telecommunications research, in a recent interview. With a cell phone hologram, a user would be able to walk next to a hologram of a friend, or a worker could project an enlarged 3D image of a product needing repair to walk inside it and detect problems, Bloom said. “The repair person could go inside the device instead of looking it up in a manual,” he said. “It has lots of implications.” The cell phone hologram concept is one technology listed on the fifth annual “IBM Next Five in Five” list, which highlights five innovations that the company predicts will change people’s lives over the next five years.The others are lithium batteries that breathe air to power devices; computers that help share energy resources over entire cities; personali-

Decoys have been present in each and every culture,to capture the unknown as well as the known defaulters .The honey,which was used in turning the heads of bears that we used to find in jungles,well the same honey,but in a revisited version is being implemented and used here and has already proven worthy of its existence .This type of honey lures in a different kind of bears.The bears those are present in the so called “Cyber jungle”. Yes,we are talking of the black hat hackers which are hell bent on intruding your file systems and scratching out info. So,we are now going to discuss this amazing feature which most of the countries around the world have implemented,including ours.Explaining with examples is always easy. Recently,a very famous Turkish hacker was busted using these tech-

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niques of Honeypot.The hacker was supposed to have the reputation of breaking into all of the major sites of fortune 500 repute.Yet,he also tried to venture into the space of our very own friend Google,which has laid a trap in the form of a Honeypot to capture this vicious criminal. So,excitedly a Honeypot is something like,the website,it creates a vulnerability on the net,and lures in the attackers to hack using that same vulnerability. But,it actually is not a real vulnerability,but a pathway created so that the attacker may enter through it and directly all his system info,including his physical location can be targeted without him knowledging that it may be a trap.These types of traps are generally called Honeypots. Indian government has also got Honeypots on most of its major sites.These sites have been severely under the target of the Pakistanii cyber army as well as their defences, who have very confidently written on their website about the Honeypot problems which prevent them from entering the secure and classified space of Indian cyber net. Honeypots in general are very useful and also can be used in your intranet security solutions. These are used in many other ways to find intrusions, the number of attacks that a website suffers. And also it can be used for nabbling black hat hackers, who use softwares and malwares that can destroy precious data.

SPEED UP UR FIREFOX
How To Speed Up Firefox
1. Type “about:config” into the address bar and hit return. Scroll down and look for the following entries: network.http.pipelining , network.http.proxy.pipelining , network.http.pipelining.maxrequests Normally the browser will make one request to a web page at a time. When you enable pipelining it will make several at once, which really speeds up page loading. 2. Alter the entries as follows: Set “network.http.pipelining” to “true” Set “network.http.proxy.pipelining” to “true” Set “network.http.pipelining.maxrequests” to some number like 30. This means it will make 30 requests at once. 3. Lastly right-click anywhere and select New-> Integer. Name it “nglayout.initialpaint.delay” and set its value to “0″. This value is the amount of time the browser waits before it acts on information it receives. If you’re using a broadband connection you’ll load pages MUCH faster now!

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“The way to get started is to quit talking and “Imagination is more important than knowl- begin doing.” edge.”

-Albert Einstein

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MEEGO
system that came into being when the chip manufacturer giant, Intel, and the largest mobile handset manufacturer, Nokia, collaborated to create a unified platform. Intel’s Moblin, an open-source operating system(OS) mainly for netbooks and embedded devices, and Nokia’s Maemo, combined to form the Linux-based MeeGo. It uses the Intel Atom processor and supports both the x86 and ARM – Advanced Reduced Instruction Set Computing (RISC) Machine – chip architecture.

tecture help of MeeGo, as well as its power to grow as a Linux-based, open source platform, can tip the balance in its favour

MeeGo is an open-source mobile operating

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CARD 2.0
The worst part about getting your credit card declined? Reaching back into your wallet to find one that works. Embarrassing! The Dynamics Card 2.0 MultiAccount feature solves that by putting two different accounts on the same piece of plastic. Card 2.0, shown off today for the first time, features a programmable magnetic stripe that can handle apps like MultiAccount or Hidden, which conceals the number on the front of your card and protects it with a PIN number. After a period of non-use, your number disappears again and the Electronic Stripe erases any recent transaction information. MultiAccount™: The device includes two buttons on the face of a card. Next to each button is a printed account number and a light source. A user can select an account by pressing one of the buttons. The card visually indicates the selection by turning ON the light source associated with the selected account. Additionally, the magnetic-stripe information associated with the selected account is written to the Electronic Stripe™. The card can then be swiped at any magnetic stripe reader.

The benefits

It can be beneficial for everyone in the “handheld hierarchy”. Developers of open-source operating systems can easily offer technical and expert insight to the Meego project. Touch user interface (UI) framework (MTF) can be used to develop applications and deploy them on MeeGo. Qt development is the unifying force that enables cross-platform development. This means that apps only need to be written once, and can be easily ported to multiple devices, platforms and architectures. These application be made available throuh either Nokia’s Ovi Store, Intel’s AppUp Center, or even through third-party app stores. On May 25, 2010, when MeeGo v1.0 Core Software Platform and Ne book were released. The initial version targeted a selection of Intel Atom-based netbooks such as the Asus EeePC 901, Dell mini10v, Acer Aspire One D250, Toshiba NB302, Lenovo S10 etcetera. Version 1.1 was slated to support touchscreen devices like the Nokia N900 and the Intel-powered Aava phone was to be released later this year. Intel and Nokia’s merger of a mobile platform has occurred in very competitive times for the mobile OS development. The cross-platform archi/* 17. why Pakistani cricket team given cigarette lighter? 18 . What has to be broken before it can be used? 19. What letter stands for a drink?? /

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face of a card and a paper-thin flexible display. The display hides a portion of a cardholder’s payment card number. To turn the device ON, a user must enter a personal unlocking code into the card. If the user enters in the correct unlocking code, the card will then visually display the user’s payment card number so that the user can read the number for online transactions. The Electronic Stripe™ is then populated with the correct magnetic information so that the card can also be used with magnetic stripe readers. After a period of time, the display turns OFF and the Electronic Stripe™ erases itself – thus removing all critical payment information from the surface of the card. If the card is lost or stolen, the card is essentially useless. These are neat tricks, but it’s hard to say if and when we’ll ever see them in a mass production stage. What Dynamics is showing off is a concept that the big credit card purveyors may or may not embrace. And whether or not they’re willing to sink considerable tech money into a system that’s worked just fine for the last thirty years or is an open question. Then again, more accounts on the same card means more chances to spend, spend, spend!

Hidden: The device includes five buttons on the

MIDORI
Microsoft Non-Windows Midori OS to Kill Vista and Windows 7

Microsoft is gearing up for the moment when it completely runs out of what is now its proprietary operating system. In this context, the Redmond company is cooking a couple of non-Windows operating systems labeled Singularity and Midori. Singularity, a platform prototype written in managed code, is already out and available for download but only as a research project. Based on Singularity,Midori is designed as the first componentized Microsoft operating system meant to virtually reinvent the proverbial wheel. According to SDTimes, Midori will be focused not on the desktop as Windows was, but on the cloud and on connected systems. With Windows 7, Microsoft is already bridging the operating system with Windows Live, but Midori will take this aspect one step further in the quest for what will end up as the first fully-fledged Software + Services platform from Microsoft. Additionally, by the time Midori will be out, long after Windows 7, and maybe Windows 8, the Collected By environment of existing solutions would have already transitioned to a comS Naveen Kumar bination of both local and distributed (remote solu4/4cse tions). This is why Midori will reportedly deliver an asynchronous-only architecture. The end purpose in this respect is for the platform to be optimized for task concurrency and parallel processes and services.

There is so much life left into Windows, and

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PILLETE
set is so tiny, it’s almost invisible to the untrained eye when you are wearing it. So you don’t have to worry anymore about looking like Robocop when walking down the street with it, but you have to consider the possibility of people starting to think you’ve lost your marbles and you’re talking to yourself. The downside is the fact that people have different sized ears and the device might be too small and slip out or too big and not fit. But once they’ll figure out a way to make the Pillete adjustable, this design will be the future of all headsets.

SAMBA SERVER
Samba is a suite of UNIX applications that speak the SMB (Server Message Block) Protocol . By supporting this protocol, Samba allows UNIX Servers to get in on the action, communicating with the same networking protocol As Microsoft Windows products. Thus, a Samba-enabled UNIX machine can masqueradeas a server on your Microsoft network and offer the following services: •Share one or more file systems •Share printers installed on both the server and its clients •Assist clients with Network Neighborhood browsing •Authenticate clients logging onto a Windows domain •Provide or assist with WINS(WINDOWS INTERNET NAME SERVICE) name server resolution Samba is the brainchild of Andrew Tridgell, who currently heads the Samba development team from his home of Canberra, Australia. The project was born in 1991 when Andrew created a fileserver program for his local network that supported an odd DEC protocol from Digital Path works. Although he didn’t know it at the time, that protocol later turned out to be SMB. A few years later, he expanded upon his Custom-made SMB server and began distributing it as a product on the Internet Under the name SMB Server.This name already belonged to another company’s product—so he tried the following UNIX renaming approach: grep -i ‘s.*m.*b’ /usr/dict/words And the response was “salmonberry samba sawtimber scramble” Thus, the name “Samba” was born.

Pillete, the new concept of Bluetooth head- A

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“My reputatuon grows with every failure.” “Assassination is the extreme form of censorship.”

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Thus, the name “Samba” was born. tribute malware in the noble prize website . 9.iPhone ,iPad jailbreak flaw : Came to light after a Collected By group called the Dev Team , released a hack on the website JailbreakMe.com that allowed users . D.Sai Satvik 10.ATM flaws : At the black Hat conference in Las 2/4 cse vegas researcher Barnaby jack used design and authentication flaws to force ATMs to spit out cash .

TOP TEN BUGS
These vulnerabilities are noticed as the top ten in our daily usable softwares in the year 2010.As People are aware of the softwaresbut they doesn’t know these bugs.Hence ,Everyone should know these bugs inorder to overcome the fault. 1.stuxnet vulnerabilities : four Microsoft windows zeroday flawsWere used in the dangerous stuxnet attack . 2. “operation aurora” flaw : A vulnerability in microsoft’s internet explorer allowed attackers to spread data stealing espionage Trojans to google, adobe and dozens of others organisations . 3.Cross site scripting flaw on twitter : In September allowed an infectious worm to spread through the social networking site , affecting estimated 50,000 users . 4.windows help support center vulnerability : Was disclosure in a controversial fashion then widely exploited . 5.Adobe PDF reader Launch flaw :Was exploited to spread the data stealing tojanzeus . 6.Vxworkflaws : Two critical vulnerabilities affecting this widespread embedded operating system are expected to live on indefinitely . 7. Autocomplete flaw :Affected several popular web browsers , including apple’s safari and Microsoft’s internet explorer . 8.Zerodayfirefoxflaw : Used in late October to dis-

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UNINSTALLER
Have you ever been bothered with software/application/program that are half-installed/uninstalled incorrectly? Have you been annoyed with the program you don’t want is not in the currently installed programs list so you can not uninstall it through the standard Windows Add/Remove Programs? Have you been afraid of the system errors or crash as you uninstall a corrupted program manually? Perfect Uninstaller is a better, easier and faster way for you to completely uninstall any unwanted program that standard Windows Add/Remove Programs can’t remove. What Perfect Uninstaller can do for you ? 1.Uninstall any unwanted or corrupted program on your PC. 2.Forcibly uninstall corrupted programs that cannot be uninstalled from Windows Add/ Remove Programs. 3.Clean all registry entries and drivers that the programs left over. 4.Show detailed information of a certain program installed in your computer.

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5.Back up PC system files whenever you boot PC to restore system easily once PC crashes. 6.Completely remove Adobe, Aol Toolbar, Avast, AVG, ESET NOD32, Internet Explorer 8, McAfee, Microsoft Office, Nero 7, Norton, ESET NOD32 and much more difficult to completely uninstall programs. ertly spy on the user’s computer usage. AVG has a free program that will detect Rootkit’s. AVG Anti-Rootkit is a powerful tool with state-of-the-art technology for detection and removal of rootkits. Rootkits are used to hide the presence of a malicious object like trojans or keyloggers on your computer. If a threat uses rootkit technology to hide itself it is very hard to find the malware on your PC. AVG Anti-Rootkit gives you the power to find and delete the rootkit and to uncover the threat the rootkit is hiding. AVG Rootkit Here are a few ways to help keep from getting a Rootkit. An antivirus tool A antispyware program A personal firewall Also make sure you are getting the latest security patches from Microsoft.

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ROOTKIT
A rootkit is a general description of a set of programs which work to subvert control of an operating system from its legitimate operators. Usually, a rootkit will obscure its installation and attempt to prevent its removal through a subversion of standard system security. Techniques used to accomplish this can include concealing running processes, files or system data from the operating system.[1] Rootkits have their origin in benign applications, but in recent years have been used increasingly by malware to help intruders maintain access to systems while avoiding detection. Rootkits exist for a variety of operating systems, such as Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X[2] [3] , Linux and Solaris. Rootkits often modify parts of the operating system or install themselves as drivers or kernel modules. A rootkit allows someone, either legitimate or malicious, to maintain command and control over a computer system, without the the computer system user knowing about it. This means that the owner of the rootkit is capable of executing files and changing system configurations on the target machine, as well as accessing log files or monitoring activity to cov-

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WRITE PROTECTION
Procedure to remove write protection of PEN DRIVES or MEMORY CARDS using windows:Step1: click start button then go to RUN Step2: Then type “DISKPART” command in RUN dialog box, and click OK button. Step3: Then type “LIST VOLUME” in command prompt and click Enter step4: Then type “ SELECT VOLUME”<space><Name of driv e> click Enter step5: Then type “ ATTRIBUTES DISK CLEAR READ-

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NOKIA KINETIC PHONE
This is a Nokia concept phone created by a designer called Jeremy Innes-Hopkins known as the Nokia Kinetic concept. The phone is not just called Kinetic for fun. It gets its name from a feature of it. The phone has an electro-magnetic base which causes the phone to stand-up when a call is received. To reject the call, simply tap on the phone and it will go back to its previous position. This feature is especially useful for video calling purposes and also can be used as a better way to view videos rather than with a kickstand, although landscape viewing might not be possible. The main aspect of the phone is it’s design. The designer doesnt seem to have bothered much with the specifications. All we know is that it has a large borderless touchscreen, camera, mini-USB port etc. While it all looks great in the photos, the phone seems a tad too thick for the pockets and anyway, like most concepts, this might also never see the light.

LINE PHONE
This will be the iPhone Killer

Chinese manufacturers want to prove that they are not only able to produce counterfeit gadgets but they also can make innovative ones. They have just designed a new smartphone called Line Phone with an awesome concept. The concept won the gold award at the 2010 Furong Cup “Digital Product and Service Design Competition” in China, it is totally deserved as this is one of the best ideas we’ve ever seen. The first impression of this phone is that you wouldn’t see any physical or touch buttons as the screen is expanded to the edge of the front face. These edges have capacitive touch functions that allow us to perform a variety of actions. You can see the edges are lightened up when we run our fingers across the sides. The Line Phone is a complete touch phone in the extreme – the front is a touchscreen edge to Collected By edge. As well, the major aspect of the concept is the B Gowri Sanker touch sensitive RIM, which will works a key role in 3/4 cse managing the user interface.

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“It is the habit of every aggressor nation to claim that it is acting on the defensive.”

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However, those are not the most prominent feature of Line Phone. This handset can be used in many different modes such as PC mode, Gaming mode or Sharing mode. We can call it the flexible touch concept. By combining phones together, they could use technologies such as NFC to transfer data among them. And more than that, we can line up 3 to 5 Line Phones to make a tablet, turn on the PC mode, watch movie or play games on larger screen “Froyo” is now a requirement to run Flash on an Android device, as the APIs necessary are only available in 2.2. The 10.1 beta is available now, with the final version on track for June. Flash will be available in the Android App store. Also demonstrated was a cloud-to-device API that pushed, not only data from one device to another, but was also capable of triggering Android intents. The demonstration given during the keynote Collected By showed a Google mapped trip route in the desktop Sk Firoz version of Chrome. The user then clicked a button in-browser, which then sent the trip information to 3/4 cse the mobile device, triggering the Google Map app to launch with the trip information preloaded.

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ANDROID 2.2
Futures:
WiFi tethering, full Flash support and improved performance among features highlighted in demonstration.

Security centre:

Google officially unveiled the details for Android 2.2, codenamed “Froyo” today at their I/O Conference on May 20. Vic Gundotra, the Vice President of Engineering debuted the updated operating system, championing it as truly open.

Linux distors:

Among the key features in the newest build of the Linux-based open source OS were WiFi tethering, Microsoft Exchange Server support and enhanced communication with the cloud. But one of the biggest announcements for consumers was that Android 2.2 will feature full support of Flash 10.1 both as a video container and in user interfaces. “It turns out, people use Flash,” Gundotra said, taking one of many jabs at Apple.

Google’s acquisition of Simplify Media debuted its first Android implementation, as the ability to stream your home music library through a mobile phone was integrated directly into the Android 2.2 music player. Whether or not this feature will be limited to WiFi or available over 3G wasn’t discussed. Other app love included a bug report function that allows users to look at the bug history of any app, including full stack traces. It’s also possible to save or move apps directly to an SD card. Finally, app data is indexed, so that not only names of apps show up in quick searches, but also accounts or other information associated with an app. Google also demoed the V8 JavaScript Engine in Android 2.2 running on an Nexus One against another Nexus One running Android 2.1 and an iPad. Android 2.2 won the benchmark test and Gundotra touted it as the fastest mobile browser.

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“The life which is unexamined is not worth living.”

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SALAMI SLICING
Salami slicing is a series of many minor actions, often performed by clandestine means, that together results in a larger action that would be difficult or illegal to perform at once. The term is typically used pejoratively. An example of salami slicing, also known as penny shaving, is the fraudulent practice of stealing money repeatedly in extremely small quantities, usually by taking advantage of rounding to the nearest cent (or other monetary unit) in financial transactions. It would be done by always rounding down, and putting the fractions of a cent into another account. The idea is to make the change small enough that any single transaction will go undetected. In information security, a salami attack is a series of minor attacks that together results in a larger attack. Computers are ideally suited to automating this type of attack. In politics, the term salami tactics has been used since the 1940s to refer to a divide and conquer process of threats and alliances used to overcome opposition.

Now there’s another one to add to the repertoire: a double-sided USB drive that’s called the Split Stick. Announced Thursday by Quirky, the Split Stick does just want its name states: it splits its storage into two. This is essentially two storage drives put into one housing. You can use one side for personal files and the other for work-related files. Quirky is a community that engages participants to collaborate on product creation, where people can summit their ideas about different products. The Split Stick is the sixth product designed and developed by the Quirky community since its debut on June 2. The drive combines two 2GB drives to make a total of 4GB. The USB drives are retractable and each come out of one end of the housing, which takes the regular shape and size of a typical USB thumb drive.

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challenger of the Apple iPad , Notion Ink’s success story was being scripted in Hyderabad (by a brilliant brat pack of six IITians and an MBA grad) where Notion Ink was conceived. The Notion Ink Adam was first revealed at CES 2010 – January, and quickly gained a cult following because of the bold and imI’ve seen a lot of designs for USB drives: the pressive industrial design. nerdy one, the credit card one, the key one, the Adam is said to be the first device in the prosthetic finger one, and the San Francisco cable world to integrate two breakthrough power saving car one. You’ve probably seen even more. components — nVidia’s Tegra 2 chip and a Pixel Qi

Collected By B Chaitanya I am here to introduce one of the most G Raviteja hyped, yet controversial, devices of the year - No3/4 cse tionInk’s ADAM Tablet PC. Described as a worthy

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screen. Together, they are expected to help it achieve twice the battery life and performance of the iPad. A 185° swivel-camera is capable of facing the user (-5°) during video chatting, at 90° to capture a live lecture or meeting while the Adam is on a table, or at 180° for snapping photographs. Rohan also claims that he is flooding the Patent office with applications, and claims that by 2012, he will be the third largest patent holder in this country after the pharma majors, Ranbaxy and Dr Reddy’s. Was it a phone? (yes, it has a sim card) Was it a radio? Was it a computer? Was it a camera? Well, it can be any or all of them. NotionInk, desi start up created a flutter in the tablet space with its Adam tablet, which was sold out within days of its launch. Rohan says “It’s great day, possibly deserving an entry into the history books about how we all came together and started a revolution. Adam, as we love to call it, is not a tablet, it’s a dream come true for many of us. We have pushed the limits of current technology and raised the expectations from other devices as well, especially the fact that it’s not just hardware or software, but it’s both.” Credits – http://notionink.wordpress.com/2010/12/09/fiatlux/ (In fact this post is ranked 2nd according to word press unique visitors of the day which climbed upto 3,09,908). From then NotionInk posts always stayed in the top 10 posts of any given day.

OPTIMUS TACTUS KEYBOARD
Art director and designer Artemy Lebedev has created an innovative new keyboard concept called Optimus Tactus. The new keyboard doesn't have physical keys; instead, any part of the keyboard surface can be programmed to perform any function or to display any images. Thanks to the customizable layout, the Optimus Tactus supports numerous characters sets including Cyrillic, Ancient Greek, Georgian, Arabic, and Quenya. Other optional sets that can be configured are notes, numerals, special symbols, HTML codes, and math functions. However, the main feature that puts this keyboard apart from others is its ability to transform itself, switching between typing mode and video mode, in which one can view a video on the keyboard itself. In order to extend the service life of the displays and avoid using cables that may be vulnerable to wear, the screens embedded in the key tops are fixed – it’s only the transparent caps that are pressed. Every button on the keyboard (or, more precisely, a module consisting of a moving cap, a microchip, and a display) can be easily removed to clean or replace. Furthermore, the keyboard’s package includes configuration software which enables users to program each button to reproduce a sequence of symbols and edit images separately for each layout. The Optimus Tactus will be connected with a USB 2.0, is compatible with Microsoft Windows and Apple’s Mac OS X; its dimensions are 537 x 173 x 38 mm (length / width / height), which makes it quite a regular-sized keyboard. Its keys’ displays consist of OLED technology, and each key has the size of 20.2×20.2 mm and a viewing of angle of 160

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“Imagination is more important than knowledge.” “If music be the food of love, play on. “

-Albert Einstein -Shakespeare

“The holy passion of friendship is of so sweet and steady and loyal and enduring a nature that it will last through a whole lifetime, if not asked to lend money.” “Only one thing is impossible for God: To find any sense in any copyright law on the planet.”

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degrees. OLEDs are solid-state devices made out of thin films of organic molecules that create light with the application of electricity. An OLED display is composed of an emissive and a conductive layer of polymer trapped between an anode and a cathode terminal, which are all placed on a substrate and protected by a hermetic cover made of glass or sealed plastic. Artemy Lebedev recently told TFOT that Optimus Tactus is still in the early concept stages and no further details are available on it beyond what has already been published. His company is still focusing on its current line of OLED based keyboards in order to improve their function and reduce their price. TFOT has covered an earlier model of the Tactus keyboard originally called Optimus (currently sold under the name 'Optimus Maximus'). Other TFOT related stories include designer Kyle Cherry's new concept laptop, named Canvas, which is similar in size to an A3 folio page, and designer Sung-kyu Nam's DesCom, which combines the desktop table with the personal computer. TFOT also covered designer Jonathan Lucas's SIAFU, a concept PC specially designed for blind people, and Noahpad UMPC, a miniature laptop computer with a unique interface designed to allow users to “unchain themselves” from their desks.

DISABLING SATA NATIVE
NATIVE in up coming laptops (in HP/compaque) For booting of XP While installing Windows XP, if it tells "Setup did not find any hard disk drives installed in your computer" then this error happens because your computer has a storage controller that isn't supported natively in XP, usually a SATA controller. Especially in HP laptops without free DOS you cannot install other operating systems. Solving this problem is very simple. Just follow the steps below. This technique requires no software or downloads. Step 1: Reboot your computer. While startup, before the Operating system starts, press the F10 key continuously until it shows the BIOS menu as shown below. If you have any start up password or administrator password then enter it. In the BIOS menu select the System Configuration tab. Step 2: Now you can see the SATA Native Support option. It will be in the Enable Mode as default. Step 3: Select the SATA Native Support option and press enter. You will see the enable or disable option. Step 4: Now you select the disable option. Step 5: After completing the entire task given above press F10. It will show a quit menu. Select yes and it will automatically reboot the system. Now your computer is ready for the setup. Now you put your Windows CD/DVD in the Disk drive. it is important that you enable the Boot from ROM option and it is first in the boot order.

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“The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.”

“Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off the goal.”

-Walt Disney

-Henry Ford

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“When I was a boy of fourteen, my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old man around. But when I got to be twenty-one, I was astonished by how much he’d learned in seven years.”

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How crazy the software engineers are always create sensation.

B TECH PLEDGE
INDIA IS OUR NATION JOY IS OUR DESTINATION CHATTING IS OUR OCCUPATION CHATTING IS OUR PROFESSION BUT , WHAT THE HEL IS THIS EDUCATION.

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EXAM

2:10-2:40=Read carefully the instruction given. 2:40-3:40=Read the question paper twice 3:40-4:15=See if you understand any question 4:15-4:20=Ask for water and drink 4:20-4:50=Check whether you have filled all the details correctly A man was crossing a road one day when a Last 10 minutes=Relax….. frog called out to him and said: “If you kiss me, I’ll turn into a beautiful princess”. He bent over, picked up the Collected By frog and put it in his pocket. G Santoshi Sunanda & The frog spoke up again and said: “If you kiss V Rajakumari me and turn me back into a beautiful princess, I will 3/4 cse stay with you for one week.” The man took the frog out of his pocket, smiled at it and returned it to the pocket. The frog then cried out: “If you kiss me and turn me back into a princess, I’ll stay with you and do "I rob banks because that's where the money is." anything you want”. Again the man took the frog out, Willie Sutton. smiled at it and put it back into his pocket. Finally, the frog asked: “What is the matter ? "Sleep is an excellent way of listening to an opera." I’ve told you I’m a beautiful princess, that I’ll stay with James Stephens. you for a week and do anything you want. Why won’t you kiss me ?” "It's not enough to succeed. Others must fail." The man said, “Look I’m a software engineer. Gore Vidal. I don’t have time for a girlfriend, but a talking frog is cool.”

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SOFTWARE ENGINEER

Life seems but a quick succession of busy nothings." "You will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consist of. You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life."

--Jane Austen

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CAN YOU
Long long ago , there lived a king who wanted to maintain peace throughout his kingdom. But one day he got a warning from his opposite king that they are going to do a war on him. The king became worried. Then his intelligent minister told him a solution. They sent one informer to opposite king asking him for 3 months time. After that they would ask him a question. If the opposite kinf answers it , they would give their kingdom to him otherwise the war should be cancelled. The opposite king accepted it. After 3 months the king sent a pot to the opposite king. In the pot a watermelon is fixed such that there is no gap between them and the mouth of the pot is very small. Now the question is how did the watermelon entered in to the pot? The king failed to answer it and the war was cancelled. ANS:

SOFTWARE ENGINEER & HIS WIFE
Conversation between a software engineer and his wife :
Husband - hey dear, I am logged in. Wife - would you like to have some snacks? Husband - hard disk full. Wife - have you brought the saree. Husband - Bad command or file name. Wife - hae bhagwan !forget it where’s your salary. Husband - file in use, read only, try after some time.

Wife - at least give me your credit card, i can do some shopping. The minister took a pot and tied it to the stem Husband - sharing violation, access denied. of a watermelon tree to which watermelon is in small size. After 3 months as it is highly resistant and can Wife - what is my value in your life? grow without sunlight,it completely grown and filled Husband - unknown virus detected. the pot. Then he cut it and send to the king. Wife - do you love me or your computer? Husband - Too many parameters.

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"What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us."

--Ralph Waldo Emerson

"Maybe this world is another planet's hell."

--Aldous Huxley

“Everyone is a house with four rooms, a physical, a mental, an emotional and a spiritual. Most of us tend to live in one room most of the time, but unless we go into every room, every day, even if only to keep it aired, we are not a complete person. “

--Indian Proverb
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The system was shutdowned.

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dancing, laughing, smiles, no pains.. my college days, best days ever, lovely memories I ever gained.

MEMORIES
Some Memories Are Made To Be Cherished In Future
fun, friendship, freedom, full of life… my best days, no more survive. reading books, most boring ever.. bunking classes, and ready to gather.. singing chorus, together at a time… full of energy, full of rhyme.. passing comments, and get back scoldings.. gossip in classes, and leave the readings.. love life, full of swing.. break ups, patch ups, and phone tring trings.. hanging out, the best thing ever.. eating in stalls, and pay money never..

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TENSION
The moment you are in TENSION You will lose your ATTENTION Then you are in total CONFUSION and you’ll feel IRRITATION This may spoil your personal RELATIONS Ultimately, you won’t get COOPERATION And get things into COMPLICATION Then you may raise CAUTION. And you have to take MEDITATION Why not try understanding the SITUATION And try to think about the SOLUTION Many problems will be solved by DISCUSSION Which will work out better in your PROFESSION Don’t think this is a free SUGGESTION It is only for your PREVENTION If you understand my INTENTION You’ll never come again into TENSION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

"Those who can do, those who can't teach."

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"Only Lawyers and mental defectives are automatically exempt for jury duty." "England and America are two countries divided by a common language."

“Life is part positive and part negative. Suppose you went to hear a symphony orchestra and all they played were the little happy high notes. Would you leave soon? Let me hear the rumble of the bass, the crash of the cymbals and the minor keys.”

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ADIEU SENIORS
We are lucky to have you, To guide us through The obstacles we may face In the forth coming days Lucky are we , indeed so lucky To have brothers like you Who used to help us Make our dreams come true Known to all though are you Our hearts holds wishes true Adieu our dearest brothers Adieu, Adieu , Adieu………. Adieu my sweetest brothers.

FRIENDSHIP
Friends are like angels without any wings, Blessing our lives with the most precious things. True friends are the ones Who never leave your heart,Even if they leave your life For a while,even after years apart, You pick up them right where you left off, And even if they die they’re never dead in your heart A friend is one Who accept your past, Supports your present, And encourage your future. Friends maynot resemble each other, But still they are a true reflection of each other heart. -Friendship is not collection of hearts But it is selection of hearts All friends are not true But true friends are very few -Face your problem bravely,confidently, And improve your situation ,no matter What state it be in.Be good to feel good.

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ART
->Rose depends upon branch of Plant Glamour depends upon the Character of a Man Character less life is Smell less Flowers. ->Music is the Medicine of a Breaking Heart. Music ic the Universal Language of Mankind. ->Newspapers are Word’s Mirror.

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“Enthusiasm,interest give the will power Faith and strength gives the confidence Confidence leads to success”

"Outside of a dog, a book is a man's best friend and inside of a dog, it's too dark to read."

Groucho Mark.
"Write something, even if it's just a suicide note."

Gore Vidal.
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TRY IT IF U CAN
Say it three times faster 1.The sixth sick sheick’s sixth sheep’s sick. 2.moses supposes his toeses are roses , but moses supposes erroneusly for nobady to eses are poses of roses , as moses supposes his toeses to be 3.I thought a thought But the thought I thought wasn’t the thought.I thought i thought I thought , if thought have been the thought. I thought , I thought ,I wouldn’t have thought so much. 3.whethet the weather be hot or whether the weather be cold Whether the weather be hot or whether the weather be cold We will we feather the weather what ever the weather What ever the weather whether we like the weather.

THE COMPANY
company? It has a little over 500 employees with the following statistics : 29 have been accused of spouse abuse. 7 have been arrested for fraud. 19 have more than three criminal cases pending against them . 117 have been charged and are being investigated for Murder, Rape, Assault, Extortion and Robbery. 71 cannot get credit or loans due to bad credit histories. 21 are current defendants on various lawsuits.. 84 have been involved in offenses and have paid fines. Can you guess what mighty Organization this is? It is the 545 members of the Lower House of Parliament of India that works for you and me. The same group cranks out hundreds upon hundred of Laws design to keep the rest of us in line…... Can we do something about it ? Think atleast once in five years while you vote.Never vote for a person that do good.Always vote for a person that do justice .GOOD for some JUSTICE for all.It’s time for the EDUCATED,YOUTH AND STUDENTS to enter into politics.In the well being and prosperity of the country alone should be our happiness. SAVE THE COUNTRY.

Can any one imagine working for the following

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don’t troubles the trouble till the trouble troubles you if you troubles the trouble,the trouble troubles you double

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“man with money no match with man with mission”

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"Love is life and if you miss love, you miss life."

--Leo Buscaglia
"Taking joy in life is a woman's best cosmetic."

-Rosalind Russell
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THE RICH AND THE FAMOUS .Charlie Chaplin was so popular during the 1920’s and 1930’s,he received over 73,00 letters in just 2 days during a visit to london. .the most superstitious american president was roosevelt.he never left home on Friday and never sat at a table with 13 people. .Andy warhol the acclaimed artist became famous for his painting of campbells soup cans .paul cezanne,the great painter had an admirer whom he coached .His pet parrot had been taught to say,”cezanne is a great painter!

FIVE SURGEONS
Five surgeons were taking a coffee break and discussing their work. The first said, “I think accountants are the easiest to operate on. You open them up and everything inside is numbered.” The second said, “I think librarians are the easiest to operate on. You open them up and everything inside is in alphabetical order.” The Third said, “I like to operate on electricians. You open them up and everything inside is color-coded.” The fourth one said, “I like to operate on lawyers. They’re heartless, spineless, gutless, and their heads and their butts are interchangeable.” Fifth surgeon said, “I like Engineers...they always understand when you have a few parts left over at the end...”

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come famous without ability."

"When a stupid man is doing something he

DO YOU KNOW?

"A government that robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul."

“I was always unlawful; I broke the law Super statistics .200 babies are born across the world every minute. when I was born because my parents weren’t .two out of three people prefer to sleep on their married.” sides. “Victor Hugo was a madman who thought .One year old babies have the highest ability to see he was Vistor Hugo.” ghosts. .An UFO is reportedly sighted by someone or the other every 3 minutes. -Jean Cocteau. .The average humanbeing has 100,000 hairs on the scalp

I am a marvelous housekeeper. Every time I leave a man I keep his house. I never hated a man enough to give him diamonds back. I want a man who's kind and understanding. Is that too much to ask of a millionaire?

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DO YOU KNOW?
Super statistics .200 babies are born across the world every minute. .two out of three people prefer to sleep on their sides. .One year old babies have the highest ability to see ghosts. .An UFO is reportedly sighted by someone or the other every 3 minutes. .The average humanbeing has 100,000 hairs on the scalp THE RICH AND THE FAMOUS .Charlie Chaplin was so popular during the 1920’s and 1930’s,he received over 73,00 letters in just 2 days during a visit to london. .the most superstitious american president was roosevelt.he never left home on Friday and never sat at a table with 13 people. .Andy warhol the acclaimed artist became famous for his painting of campbells soup cans .paul cezanne,the great painter had an admirer whom he coached .His pet parrot had been taught to say,”cezanne is a great painter!

GOOD PROGRAMMER
Qualities that are required for a good Programmer Develop software for many different things - drivers, operating system, utilities, browsers, games, etc. etc. Being a programmer (really a developer) means you never stop learning. The environment we work in is constantly changing, evolving so we have to keep up with the changes. For example, a windows programmer and Win95, Win98, NT, 2000, ME, XP, Vista, Win7 next year. Being only a programmer can be a very difficult and limiting role. It is typically tough to advance very far in a company if you only want to program. The classic definition of a programmer actually rarely exists anymore. Most people now at least design and develop the software. Being a programmer can be a difficult job trying to figure out why the code you have developed isn't working. You have to learn proper design and debugging skills to be good. Often a programmer has to maintain their own code. So, not only do you move onto new things but if there are problems with early ones you may have to fix them. Or you may be asked to enhance them.

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“Just becuase I dont care doesn’t mean I dont Understand “

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- Fredrick

"Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth."

- Sherlock Holmes (by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, 1859-1930)
“Black holes are where God divided by zero.”

- Steven Wright
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“Everyone is a house with four rooms, a physical, a mental, an emotional and a spiritual. Most of us tend to live in one room most of the time, but unless we go into every room, every day, even if only to keep it aired, we are not a complete person. “

--Indian Proverb
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