My Conundrum of “What to Learn?” (in Programming)

Ever since I decided to take computer science after quitting finance and management, I always pictured myself working as a programmer at some company after graduating, then moving up the ladder until becoming a future Bill Gates, a geek with his own, successful, software company.

But, as is life, things don’t always go as planned. I graduated magna cum laude, applied for a job that was looking to hire an “Android developer” (had a few basic apps published as my “portfolio”) which I hoped would be my starting path to a successful career in software development.…

Technologies and Gadgets are Backbones of Business, Healthcare and Education

 

The impacts of new technologies and gadgets can be seen from every modern appliance such as computers, cell phones and cars and in every sector such as education, business and healthcare and many more. This is one of the universal facts that new and advanced technology has not only provided benefits to database managers, programmers, network analysts and hardware engineers but almost every sectors of the world. One of the massive contributions of technology and gadgets has been observed in the field of medical science.…

Review: cFosSpeed Traffic Shaper

Today in my networking class we were discussing about the different protocols used, congestion was mentioned at some point in class and then it hit me: I never ever spoke about a nifty program I use called cFosSpeed! Never told anyone about it, never mentioned it when people suffer slow browsing speeds while trying to download stuff!

As a result I have decided to write this review about a little program called cFosSpeed.…