Organizing Media files on Linux

Recently I was doing some cleanup on my Dropbox account, and I found that some folders (especially “Camera Uploads”) had like a million unorganized images and video files that were auto uploaded from my mobile phone and other devices. Unfortunately Dropbox doesn’t automatically organize these files in date folders or even gives you an option […]

Demise of J2ME

Since the arrival of iOS and Android smartphones, J2ME has really faded into the background. And it is not because iOS and Android are better platforms, it is because J2ME didn’t evolve with the rapid technological growth of mobile devices. J2ME was originally intended for low-end devices, as a lightweight Java runtime and was very […]

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 […]

Project migration from Sourceforge to Googlecode

I have been using googlecode for some of my recent open source development work, and I was surprised how googlecode speeds up development. The SCM is very fast and gave me no troubles, it is easy to create wiki pages and documentation for projects etc. etc. Although it offers limited features, compared to sourceforge for example, but the real […]

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