´RQOTD by Prerak Patel Who is the nine times world champion Indian billiards player? ØQuote by sravani.v Life may change, but it may fly not;
Hope may vanish, but can die not;
Truth be veiled, but still it burneth;
Love repulsed- but it returneth!
-Percy Bysshe Shelley ØQuote II by Prerak Patel Truth is like surgery, which might initially be hurt you but cures you.
Lie is like painkiller, which soothes your pain but has side effects later.
-Unknown source, heard it somewhere ´GQOTD by Lakamraju Raghuram As I made to the office, GQOTD is up now. Sorry for the previous message, which I gave thinking of not coming to office.
Hint_1 : I am an entertainer
Hint_2 : I hold a patent, of which shoe plays a important role
Guess Me ØMay be. . by spk89 Maybe . . .
the happiest of people don't necessarily have the best of everything; they just make the most of everything that comes along their way
Maybe . . .
you should hope for enough happiness to make you sweet, enough trials to make you
strong, enough sorrow to keep you human, and enough hope to make you happy.
Maybe . . .
the brightest future will always be based on a forgotten past; after all, you can't go on successfully in life until you let go of your past mistakes, failures and heartaches.
Maybe . . .
it is true that we don't know what we have until we lose it, but it is also true that we don't know what we have been missing until it arrives.
Maybe . . .
we were supposed to meet the wrong people before meeting the right one so that, when we finally meet the right person, we will know how to be grateful for that gift. ØPOTD by AprNgp Economic Diversity in India (A BBC photo) ØHelp needed by Varsha A.. K.. It is a very boring day, I am very moodless and don't feel like doing anything
where are you guys, no interesting messages.
any jokes or Quiz.
Please help me ´music+code by stib_markc Do you prefer silence or some music when you are coding?
I glue my earphones to my ears while nickelback & linkin park mp3's are playing in repeat mode.
The master of the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his education and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which; he simply pursues his vision of excellence in whatever he does, leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing. To him he is always doing both. ØMovie Quiz by vijay6 Name the movie and its director ?
Movie plot : An young boy goes in search of his mother,finds a bad mannered and to an extent mentally immatured guy who helps him in his search for finding his mother. They also meet colourful characters on their travel..
Hint: The movie is not Hollywood or indian .. ØQuote by Prasad_Kulkarni We can't do great things in this life . . .
We can only do small things with great love.
-Mother Teresa ØRQOTD by Chandrasekharan P Which Business deal did USA do with Russia 1867?
Try not to Google.
In absence of Prerak I take over the RQOTD JJoke by suresh from cpl Boy was drunk and came home late to avoid dads scolding he quietly took a laptop and start working .
Dad : r u drunk ?
Son : No !
Dad : then what r u doing with the suitcase. ´GQOTD by Lakamraju Raghuram Hint_1 : 'X' is the creation of a fellow, who read his own death notice and changed his will
Hint_2 : There are only two elite hummans to get this 'X' twice for two different domains.
If you indentity the 'X', then guess the female in that elite list? JJoke [Hindi] by nagendrathecoder एक डॉक्टर एक आदमी के पीछे भाग रहा था. रास्ते में डॉक्टर के किसी पहचानवाले ने पूछा – “क्या हुआ डॉक्टर साहब, उसके पीछे क्यों भाग रहे हो ?” हाँफते हुए डॉक्टर साहब बोले – “चार बार ऐसा हो चुका है…. साला दिमाग का ऑपरेशन कराने आता है और बाल कटवाकर चला जाता है … !!! ´another QOTD by stib_markc Who was the famous scientist that many American officials believed he was a soviet spy?
______________________________________________ The master of the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his education and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which; he simply pursues his vision of excellence in whatever he does, leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing. To him he is always doing both. ØI think its an art by vijay6 I really think its an art to find a question which cannot be googled that easily Putting in other words,it is rather tough to find a question which cannot be googled for answer. But that is where the art lies and the challenge lies. I consider thats an art JPJOTD by Abhinav S A: Why are you late?
B: There was a man who lost a hundred rupee note.
A: That's nice. Were you helping him look for it?
B: No, I was standing on it. ØHow ironic... by Sandeep Mewara Steve Smith leading the Pune Warriors side and Micheal Clarke (current Australian captain of all formats) is playing under him!
I like it! ØQuote by sravani.v "Man is a history making creature who can neither repeat his past nor leave it behind"
-W.H.Auden ØGood Morning by P.Salini Good Morning to all in GIT
Baby mosquito came back after its 1st flying experience.
Its dad asked : How do you feel.
It replied: It was wonderful, everyone was clapping for me. ØGuys there is Super Selector going on... by Ankur\m/ and it's probably fantasy league's new name.
Abhinav - why did you not know about it? ØCareer dilemma!! by Member 8398427 Hello...
So, some specifics about my career so far: I did my BSc in Software Engineering and IT (got above 80% scores on all of the practical assessments), and I'm doing my MSc in Web Software Engineering, and doing really good on it. Even chose a nice MSc dissertation: a non-text search system.
My interests in software development are mainly .NET, SQL (SQL Server and MySQL), and Java. Using these, I have done many personal projects and one small commercial project.
I achieved many felicitations in extracurricular activities, and I was also in the Student Council. So, I'm extremely good at self-learning, improvising, and using creative ways of doing the same task. I'm kinda strong in both hemispheres of the brain, since I also write music, poetry, fiction, and philosophical essays (and I've won prizes for all of these).
I thrive on challenging assignments and tasks where I have autonomy and a lot of responsibility. It would also be great if I can add my right-brain talent to computing (or vice versa). I am finding it a bit hard to commit myself to one thing right now, because I'm not sure if any path would lead to the role I seek.
So, despite my strong skills in coding and creative talent, I am doubtful whether my passion for coding and development will get me into a role I aim for.
1) Is it really worth spending several years in a software development (coding, testing, etc.) role?
2) Even if I do start as a typical software developer in an Indian company (say TCS, Infosys, etc.), where would I typically be in 5-6 years (given my skills and talent)?
3) Is it really true that the so called 'desi' Indian companies exploit employees and make them work overtime?
Replies from everyone are welcome.. But I'm really keen to hear from someone with a lot of experience and exposure.
Thanks in advance...!! ØCricket in heaven. by @nuraGGupta@ Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly, now pretty old guys, 75 and 80 years old, are sitting on a park bench feeding pigeons and talking about cricket,like they do every day.
Sachin turns to Sourav and says, "Do you think there's cricket in heaven?"
Ganguly thinks about it for a minute and replies, "I dunno. But let's make a deal: if I die first, I'll come back and tell you if there's cricket in heaven, and if you die first, you do the same." They shake on it and sadly, a few months later, poor Sachin passes on.
One day soon afterward, Ganguly is sitting there feeding the pigeons by himself when he hears a voice whisper, "Sourav... Sourav!"
Ganguly responds, "Sachin! Is that you?"
"Yes it is, Sourav," whispers Sachin's ghost.
Ganguly, still amazed, asks, "So, is there cricket in heaven?" "Well," says Sachin, "I've got good news and bad news." "Gimme the good news first," says Ganguly.
Sachin says, "Well... there is cricket in heaven." Ganguly says, "That's great! What news could be bad enough to ruin that!?"
Sachin sighs and whispers,
"You and me, We are going to open the innings on Friday." ØHappy Birthday Ravi Santlani by _ Kunal Chowdhury _ Many Many Happy Returns of the day ( uhhh!! Night :P ) buddy. ØQuote by Prasad_Kulkarni God could not be everywhere, so he created mother
-Jewish Proverb ØI'm glad you're mine!! by Prasad_Kulkarni Even on the worst of days,
you are here to wipe the tears.
Even when life is as smoky as a haze,
you are here to rid the fears.
Even when I am lost and out,
you are here through thick and thin.
Even when I have all the doubts,
you help me find, for I am your kin.
With you there's always a good day after,
I know everything will turn out fine.
You will always save me from disaster.
That's why, Mom, I'm glad you're mine.
Belated Happy Mothers Day to all!! Today's joke www.ajokeaday.com There is a knock on the pearly gates. Saint Peter looks out, and a man is standing there. Saint Peter is about to begin his interview when the man disappears. A moment later there’s another knock. Saint Peter gets the door, sees the man, opens his mouth to speak, but the man disappears once again. “Hey, are you playing games with me?” Saint Peter calls after him, rather annoyed.
“No” the man’s distant voice replies anxiously.
“They are trying to resuscitate me.”
Aries: If you're feeling a little overly sensitive and uncertain of yourself today, this could make you somewhat inhibited when it comes to expressing yourself. Taurus: Even if you'd like to enjoy a romantic evening with someone special, there are bound to be other obligations tugging at your time right now. Gemini: Some interesting opportunities will be available to you if you're just willing to put yourself out there right now. Cancer: You'll be feeling a little opinionated or argumentative today, and you'll be more than ready to hash things out with someone special right now. Leo: Don't be surprised if a few unpleasant disputes end up driving a wedge between you and someone special today. Virgo: You and a loved one really won't be on the same page today. Libra: If you're feeling a little lazy, you won't really want to make too much of an effort at anything today. Scorpio: Even if some real romantic opportunities are available to you at the moment, you'll be feeling a little sociable and you may just want to spend some time enjoying yourself with your friends instead. Sagittarius: It's a good time to try to enjoy a romantic evening around the house with someone special. Capricorn: It's a good time to talk over any important issues with someone special today. Aquarius: If some financial issues have been weighing on your mind lately, you'll be feeling even more concerned about your financial situation today. Pisces: No matter how much you'd like to spend a little quality time with someone special today, others won't be quite as willing to cooperate with your plans as you'd like.
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