Year: 2011

Android

Near Field Communication (NFC)

Near Field Communication (NFC) is a wireless/radio-frequency technology that works over short-range. This involves communicating data between devices(“initiator” and “target”) in close proximty normally requiring less than 10 centimeters. In the realm of mobile phones, the “initiator” is the mobile handset and the target is typically a RFID(Radio Frequency Identification) Tag for passive communication. To […]

Uncategorized

A free software license

There are many free software licenses available these days, from viral and stringent licenses like GPL, with some grey and confusing like LGPL to business friendly licenses like ASL and X11. All of these licenses are “open source”, which means the software source is also available to public along with its binaries. Which is great […]

SCM

Why is git better than svn

Well I am not going to start debating over this question, as most people on the web are doing so. I am not going to list pros and cons of both svn and git and make a vague conclusion in the end. I being a user of both svn and git, found git better for […]

Java

Crawl, index and search

Sometimes you need to search for files or pages on content-rich websites or browser-based information software/encyclopedias that don’t really have a search functionality. And it could be a pain to find what you are looking for. I wrote a little crawler once in python that works well to search for stuff, on websites, on the […]

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