Thursday, 26 May 2011

Future of HTML5 and the web

Alex Russell and  Ian Fette are giving a session on the furure of HTML5 and web. Lets learn about the future of HTML5, CSS, DOM, and JavaScript that will help you build richer and better apps even faster.

Friday, 20 May 2011

Internet Explorer 8 must die

Just wasted hours to find a way to make some thing work for ie8. May be you were wondering whats wrong with Internet Explorer 8, and to talk about it even before IE9 become a hit. Just consider the future of IE

Considering the success of Microsoft’s Windows 7 and that IE8 is the default browser for Win7, we’re gonna have a situation similar to nowadays with IE6. The web will be pulled back by the Internet Explorer once again. Ask any developer, they will say: IE8 is a poor browser in almost every aspect. Even it’s far better than any other version before, compared to modern browsers IE8 performs badly.

We know previously IE6 in such a situation costs a lot of resources in any way. And  it took hell lot of time for the developers of the world to adjust their sites to IE6 cost them a lot.

Wednesday, 11 May 2011

Ganguly - Love or hate him, but you cant ignore him

The former Indian captain, yet again, showed that you just can't keep a good man down for long. Ganguly proved to his detractors that he still has enough fire in his belly to make a meaning contribution to his team. The southpaw struck an unbeaten 32 to take Pune Warriors to a six-wicket victory over Deccan.

Sourav Ganguly said padding up for this season's IPLwas the "toughest day" of his career and he took the field with "zero confidence", not having picked up a bat for five months.

He evokes extreme viewpoints in people. As they say - love him, hate him but you can’t ignore him. Whereas some called him God of the offside, others insist that he could never play bouncers. Some criticised him for being a bad fielder and slow in running between the wickets, but there were others who swore by his sixers. Some accused him of playing politics, others backed him for his ability to bring out the best from his team. Yes thats the Ganguly we know. He is back, after being left out in the auctions. And on the very first match he led his team to victory.

We love to see him around the cricket field in one way or another. As a cricketer,commentator, coach / mentor or anything else.

Friday, 6 May 2011

Yes you can, if you never gave up

“Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.”

Here is a perfect example of what Heather Dorniden has shown us by her refusal to give up hope for success.

Within the clip, you will see an amazing collegiate race from 2008.  Heather Dorniden has inspired many through her refusal to give up.