Posts for April, 2007

Mobiles Get More Popular In India

The Wall Street Journal reports that India has added 67 million more mobile users in the last financial year (login required). This is just a continuation of the trend that India has witnessed – the combination of mobility, low cost hardware and clever subscription plans has appealed to the common man. I know a lot of people who have not taken a landline connection and heavily rely on their mobiles for all communication. [Continue]

The Future Is In Concurrency

I have said this earlier, with the hardware guys pumping out multi-core processors, software developers will have to cope with them. Also the fact that number of cores in a multi-core processor are increasing at a fast rate, using them for increase in scalability is going to be one of the core skills of software development. In fact, increasingly, business models require scalability as a core feature of an application. [Continue]

Web 2.0 Expo Coverage

If you, like me, have not been able to attend the Web 2.0 Expo 2007, you can rely on the digital coverage to get a piece of the action. As usual, I have relied more on blogs, they are the closest to asking someone personally about it. Here are some links: Functioning Form Read/Write Web Web 2.0 Expo 2007 at WordPress.com Tweets Photos at Laughing Squid Photos at Flickr Videos at YouTube I have not read/seen everything yet, that will probably take some more days. [Continue]



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