Book Review – Apprenticeship Patterns

Every software programmer begins their career as an Apprentice. Apprenticeship Patterns by Dave Hoover and Adevale Oshineye provides concrete steps for software apprentices. The format of the book is in the form of patterns and they are based on the real world experiences of the authors. Inside the Book Chapter 2 examines how to begin […]

Miracle Traffic Bot Review – Free Traffic Generation Software

I recently tested out new product named Miracle Traffic Bot developed by Paul Ponna and his team. The software was marketed through targeted e-mails among bloggers and ships with three features. You will be able to submit articles to various article directories including bookmarking to various social media sites and also submit videos to sites […]

HeatMap Theme Enhances Usability Amp Google Adsense Revenues

You will find thousands of free WordPress themes on the web. A simple search with the keyword – free WordPress themes – resulted in over 59,900,000 pages as of the date of this writing. It is difficult to select a theme which can satisfy all requirements. Moreover, a theme should be easy to customize and […]

Review: Seesmic for Windows

Nowadays, there is a growing trend among twitter users to make use of a third party software for twittering. There are many softwares available today but I could not find any product which suited my requirements. I had tested a software few days back but the interface was too dark. I came to know that […]

Microsoft Windows 7 Installation

Windows 7 is new and hot. I managed to successfully install Windows 7 Ultimate in one of my old HP laptop which has AMD Turion CPU and 512 MB of RAM. I recently received a special commemorative edition of Windows 7 DVDs and I made an attempt to install the new operating system on it. […]

Product Review: TeeChart for .NET

The ASP.NET Chart control provided by Microsoft may not suit the requirements of all developers, as many prefer to implement advanced out-of-box functionalities for their projects. I recently happened to test-drive TeeChart,, and was surprised to see that this chart control contained many charting features. Developed by Spain-based Steema Software,, the product is […]

Review: SQL Server 2008 for Developers

As always, Murach publishing updates their books as and when a new version of the software is released. SQL Server 2008 for Developers is an updated book of its 2005 edition. The book consists of 22 chapters divided into five sections providing solid coverage of SQL Server 2008. The book looks similar to that of […]

Book Review: ASP.NET 3.5 for Dummies

I have been a big fan of the Dummies book series for the last 8 years. I can still remember the day when I picked up my first dummies book from a local book shop. I recently came to know that Ken Cox has been involved in writing a dummies title for ASP.NET 3.5 and […]

Programming the Semantic Web

The promise of the semantic web–in which machines can find, share, and combine data on the Web–is not just a technical possibility, but a practical reality. Programming the Semantic Web (O’Reilly Media, $39.99 USD) demonstrates several ways to implement semantic web applications, using current and emerging standards and technologies. You’ll learn how to incorporate existing […]