The question that novice programmers often ask is, How to improve programming skills? As a programmer I used different ways to improve my programming skills, like reading/writing code, working with experienced programmers and reading blogs and websites. I have listed few of the points here which in my opinion will be quite useful for novice […]
At my present job I am responsible for web applications administration and security. I lead automation team in all implementation aspects, including project management, process analysis, workflow design, configuration data set-up, systems interface development, system installation, testing, training, go-live, and post-implementation monitoring. One of the major challanges in web applications domain is web development security.
There are always few little known or hidden features in each programming language. AT StackOverflow.com someone started a series of posts “Hidden features of” programming languages. The Hidden Features series is great for people who are new to a certain language.
I have compiled a list of repeatedly asking C++ interview questions here. Some of them are very important C++ questions asked by employers like Microsoft, Adobe and IBM. How do you check whether a linked list is circular? How do you decide which integer type to use? How do you differentiate between a constructor and […]
After hearing about Everybody Draw Mohammed Day! (Sallallahu Alayhi Wa-aal-hi-Wasallam) Group on Facebook, I have decided not to use facebook any more for any of my activities. I have closed down my account on facebook and I will not be sharing any more contents on facebook. Internet is not meant to spread hate but peace […]
The ACM Student Magazine has a series of courses to teach C++ and java called “Objective Viewpoint”. The tutorials touch on many aspects of object-orientation. The word object has surfaced in more ways than you can count. There are OOPLs (Object-Oriented Programming Languages) and OODBs (Object-Oriented Databases), OOA (object-oriented analysis), and OOD (object-oriented design). We […]
Google Code University website provides tutorials and sample course content so CS students and educators can learn more about current computing technologies and paradigms. In particular, this content is Creative Commons licensed which makes it easy for CS educators to use in their own classes. Today’s post is about C++ Operator Overloading Guidelines by California […]
Google Code University website provides tutorials and sample course content so CS students and educators can learn more about current computing technologies and paradigms. In particular, this content is Creative Commons licensed which makes it easy for CS educators to use in their own classes. In the coming posts I will be adding few course […]