The one thing I like about the world of Linux in general and also Android is the great number of options. Unlike Windows phone, where there is only one way to perform a task (if at all there is!), android provides a richer user experience in all departments.
My existing phone is a Karbonn A30 running Android ICS and my next phone is going to be an Android phone too. Both as a user and as a developer, I’ve come upon the realization that Android provides a much better user experience and overall satisfaction in mobile computing. I had briefly considered using Windows Phone once, but I’ve discarded that idea after giving it a trial run. Here are the 7 reasons why I would only go for a phone running the Android Operating system and not WP8.
It has been a few months since I’ve started working primarily in PHP and I am actually liking the language a lot! I like the simplicity and symmetry found in C style of solving problems, and PHP has got liberal amounts of that kind of resemblance. I have even come to terms with the clutter of all unorganized functions, considering all the positive aspects of PHP programming. Continue reading PHP – An Annoying Tryst
This article is the result of notes I’ve prepared during tweaking, twisting and optimizing ubuntu variants over the last few years. In case you use any other distro, some of these settings may not be applicable to you. For best results, these changes must be done on top of a fresh installation, otherwise chances of things breaking increase a bit. Each step is optional – In case of software removals, do it only if you are not going to use the concerned software. Be careful before making any changes and know exactly what and why you are doing that. Continue reading 9 Optimizations to make your Linux Desktop fly like a Rocket!