Friday, June 10, 2011

Kala dhan vapas lao

Baba Ramdev says: "Kala dhan vapas lao". 
Kya aap jante hain 400 lakh crore agar vapas aayega to kya hoga? 

1. Bharat financially no.1 banega. 
2- Ek jile ko 60 hajar crore aur ek gaon ko 100 crore milega. 
3- 20 saal tak kisi bhi tarah ka tax nai dena padega.
4- Petrol-25rs. Diesel-15rs.CNG-15o rs. Dal-20rs. Milk-8rs. 
5- Light ka kabhi bill nai dena hoga. 
6- Bharat ka bordar charon taraf se china wall se bhi zyada strong ban jayega. 
7- Pure desh mein 1500 oxford jaisi university khul jayengi. 
8. 28,000km ki rubber road (as in paris) taiyar ho jayegi. 
9- 2,000 hospital (inc. all facilities) all med. free.
10- Aur 95 crore logon ka apna ghar hoga. 

Its true.. 
Ghuma dalo is msg ko itna k khud sarkar k pas pahunch jaye.... 
Go indian go... For ur motherland...-))

IBM Launches Virtual Desktop In India

IBM launched the virtual desktop in India that offers anytime, anywhere access to personal desktops from mobile devices including tablets, net books, laptops and thin clients.
The IBM Virtual Desktop allows Windows or Linux desktops to be hosted and managed centrally, thus lowering the cost and complexity of managing Personal Computer environments through rapid deployment of new applications, automatic software updates and reducing the need for help desk requests, IBM said in a statement.
"The technology helps in to reduce cost by 20 to 30 per cent, improve date security and to increase workforce productivity. We expect installation of 50 virtual desktop by the end of September, 2011," IBM India/SA Vice President -Inside Sales Organization Jyothi Satyanathan said.
The company will be offering services through its business partners such as ZSL and Ingram Micro.
"The company is providing training in eight cities including Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad to its 104 existing partners," Satyanathan added.
IBM Virtual Desktop for smart business closes the gaps between previous desktop and virtual desktop infrastructure approaches and is based on a key set of attributes designed to help clients get more out of every IT dollar faster.
“The Virtual Desktop is a first in a series of integrated solutions for midmarket Businesses. VDI expands the time and place where people can access information, contribute ideas and support customers,” said Anoop Nambiar, Country Manager – Business Partner Organization, IBM India/SA, IBM. “Together with our partners, we’re bringing the power of virtual computing to mid-sized companies seeking greater agility while freeing up critical IT resources.”
IBM’s Virtual Desktop has new features such as high-definition multimedia support and enhanced mobility. It is built on VERDE 5.1 technology, and combines virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), integrated offline VDI (using an integrated client-side hypervisor), and remote branch office functions.
This version 2.2 includes VERDE software from Virtual Bridges and can be deployed on a company’s own IT infrastructure or on private clouds.
It also offers USB 2.0 peripheral support for integrated offline and online VDI. Another feature is the single user console from which users can access USB drives, keyboards and mice, printers, scanners, barcode readers and check printers.

What does the version numbers mean in a Software?

Suppose we have program with a version number of 1.5.92:

The first number (1) represents the “major” version number. Normally these are only updated if there has been lots of major changes to a program.
The next number (5) represents a minor update. Maybe a feature or two was added to the program, but the overall program remained the same.
The third number (92) represents a bug fix. Our example shows that version 1.5.92 has had 92 bug fixes so far.

Second Scheme:

Suppose we have a software version like then
the 1st no. denotes Kernel Version
the 2nd no. denotes Major Revision
the 3rd no. denotes Minor Revision
the 4th no. denotes Bug Fixes / Security Patches

Here, the even Kernel revision numbers corresponds to stable kernel releases and the odd Kernel revision numbers corresponds to unstable releases (under development).

Other schemes impart meaning on individual sequences:


In these examples, the definition of what constitutes a "major" as opposed to a "minor" change is entirely arbitrary and up to the author, as is what defines a "build", or how a "revision" differs from a "minor" change.

Some programs use letters rather than numbers, especially for minor update and bug fixes.
A similar problem of relative change significance and versioning nomenclature exists in book publishing, where edition numbers or names can be chosen based on varying criteria.It’s open to interpretation by the programmer or the marketing department as to whether the current update constitutes a major version change or just a minor enhancement.
In most proprietary software, the first released version of a software product has version 1.