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This is the Technology section of the site, called Technology
Home. You'll be able to browse thorough all the
technology related articles, code snippets, tips from here. This certainly
will the largest part of the site, also this will get updated more frequently,
for it's a topic close to my heart. The technology section
is further classified in to sub-sections shown above. Basically, you'll
find C, C++, Java, web and general technical stuff here. All the articles
in this section are written by me, unless specified otherwise. The code
tips, code snippets are written from my own experiments & experiences,
but many of them are also compiled from friends, seniors (read geeks),
magazines, books, newsgroups etc. The code/code-snippets given here
are just not copy-paste, they are written and used by me some time or the
other to find a solution for a particular problem/requirement. (That
doesn't necessarily mean that they're bug free or error free ;-)). Like
all the programmers, I also study, refer to others' code from time to
time, to kaizen my code and my way of coding. I would really love
if you could send me more tips/code, or a better way doing some of the things that I've
done here. I hope that you also find something to enrich your knowledge
here. It's all a learning process that one can enjoy for his lifetime.
As a limitation, some of the code here is specific to MS Windows
platform only, that is because I haven't had much exposure to Linux and
other platforms. Nevertheless, I think majority of the code shouldn't pose
a problem on any platform, and in case of general coding tips, web related
articles; the platform doesn't really make much of a difference
(i.e. in theory at least ;-)).
IPR stuff - Yes, you can copy and/or modify any of the code that
you like from here. However, I
insist that I should be rightfully associated with (only) my very own
creations. By this I mean that you can copy/modify any of the code
that you find here without any obligation, but if you use or reproduce in
any way any of the articles (like Shell
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or downloads for reference or any other reason, I
would want you to credit it to me. And
before you do that. In other words, say that it's an
article from TechnoFunDo site written by Manish Hatwalne, and not by some
XYZ. After all, my baby should be my baby; right?
Do visit this page frequently, as it would get updated very regularly.
If there's is no new article, check it out for the list of resources.
Resources specific to the topic are sometimes included in the relevant
articles also. As technology is such a gigantic ocean, there would always be a
growing number of lighthouses (resources) here. I Hope you
enjoy your technology voyage, Welcome aboard! Happy coding and
- Coding and General Programming - General purpose
technical sites, technical books, not necessarily dedicated to a single technology.
- C, C++ and Related - Resources
for these two technologies, and related stuff (like C#).
- Java - Resources for Java and technologies related to it - such as - Jini, Servlets, JSP, Applets,
- XML - Various resources for XML and related technologies.
- SCJP 1.4 - Various resources for Sun Certified Java Programmer 1.4 (SCJP 1.4) exam, including mock tests.
- Web Related - HTML, DHTML, CSS and
other such resources related to web site development.
- WAP - List of WAP, mobile
and wireless resources.
- Graphics - Resources where
you can find images, GIFs, JPEGs, icons, buttons, banners, backgrounds, bullets and tools to create
- Development Tools - The best tools available
for various development needs including text editors, IDEs etc.
Yes, most of them are either freeware or shareware that you can download from the net.
IMHO FireFox is probably the best browser one can get today. With its MDI interface (tabbed browsing), pop-up blocking and all such features, it's just an "absolutely must" for any serious web surfer. I haven't been using IE much eversince I have discovered FireFox. Google toolbar makes it even better!
The DevDex site is one of the best sites for developers, it contains
information about various technologies and languages such as C#, ASP, JScript, XML, SQL and much more.
The site has a large index of articles, code tips by several experts and has an archive of various
news groups and forums related to these technologies.
You can also participate in the usenet groups using this site, just as you would do with
your news reader client like outlook express. The best part is unlike your news reader client, the site can be
accessed from anywhere. Definitely a must for developers dealing with these technologies.