Submitted by asang on 12 November, 2008 - 11:41
As most of you are aware, the road to a successful career in software starts with a series of Written Technical Tests conducted by most IT companies in India. These companies test your fundamental skills in programming and design in three major areas - C Programming, Data Structures and C++ Programming. Most of you may have prepared for that "dream test" without knowing the exact pattern, the level and the difficulty of questions that appear in such tests.
Submitted by asang on 28 October, 2008 - 22:00
Submitted by asang on 1 June, 2008 - 17:47
We went to Japan this May on a trip that spanned 50% of the country. I had done fair bit of reading on Japan - it's culture, people a little bit of history etc. We landed at Osaka Airport late in the evening. Osaka airport is built on an artificial island. Starting with the queues at the immigration counter, silent nature of Japanese people was in stark contrast with my fellow Indians - no offense meant! Compared to America, one of the best things I felt immediately after getting there was abundance of public transportation - both ground and rail.
Submitted by asang on 21 April, 2008 - 15:54
There are two steps involved in mastering C#.NET – first imbibe the language elements of C#.NET and then use them to harness the power of .NET technology. Part I is about the Language Elements of C#, whereas Part II is about the Technology Skills of C#.NET. These books will help two categories of readers – those who wish to find out how good C#.NET programmers they are and those who wish to find out how good are the candidates who claim to know C#.NET. These books will help you test your skills in C# language as well as technology areas.
Submitted by asang on 20 April, 2008 - 17:39
Most of us lead a life running about our daily chores with little or no excitement. Same cannot be said about peopl working on creating world's largest particle accelerator - The Large Hadron Collider being built more than 100 meters underground at border between France and Switzerland.
Submitted by asang on 10 March, 2008 - 17:05
We are glad to announce the launch of two new Quest courses - ASP.NET Programming Through C# - ASP.NET Programming Through VB.NET Based on pre-orders we can clearly see that these were the most eagerly awaited Quest titles. We have made every attempt to make it useful for beginners and professionals alike.
Submitted by asang on 18 February, 2008 - 13:59
C programming language was instrumental in taking the art of programming to masses. More than 35 years later, Web Services are transforming the way we do programming, in an equally, if not more, dramatic manner. Procedural programming gave rise to Object Oriented Programming. With the spread of TCP/IP networking, Web Services now enable you to build software in truly distributed and reusable manner. In short, they represent libraries on the network.
Submitted by asang on 14 February, 2008 - 18:26
KSET Pvt. Ltd. is proud to annouce Detailed Technical Training eBook for Microsoft Windows CE ( Compact Edition ) 5.0/6.0 - better known as WinCE. WinCE is Microsoft's flagship embedded and mobile OS. We have created this training material through years of experience and actual WinCE work. This content will address lack of good quality learning material in this important technology area. http://quest.ksetindia.com/product_info.php/Product/eBook_Embedded_Systems_Using_WinCE
Submitted by asang on 21 December, 2007 - 07:46
After a long wait, long promised book - Go Embedded! will be available for sale in a bookstore near you.
Submitted by asang on 16 November, 2007 - 05:36
Dear Sir/Madam, Quest Team is proud to announce launch of one more course to it's Foundations of Computer Science series - Quest - Data Structures Through C++. It includes in-depth coverage of Data Structures and necessary C++ topics like:
- Linked Lists - Singly, Doubly, Circular
- Binary Trees
- Tree Traversal
- Depth & Breadth First Search