2 years! Isn't it too long? Anyway welcome back and enjoy the stay!!!
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.
Hi.. I am developing windows application.. i am confusing in which version i should develop my software VS2008 or VS2010. I dont have essue with slow performence during developement but want fast performance while running exe... VS2008's exe will be faster than exe made by vs2010.
I don't think the IDE would be a factor, although the compilers in 2010 may potentially be more optimized than the ones in 2008. Also you would be targeting different runtimes with 2010. Those would be the big factors there. And again, it depends on whether you are writing a native app or a .NET app (which you failed to mention).
i am developing only .net application. but i am at only 1st level.. my application will have large data with lots of coding..so at end user it should be as fast as possible..thats why i am thinking to reduce extra possible times so that my exe file will be faster in performance...
If I cannot find a secular place in India, then I will find it in some other country
"I have no religion, no caste, perhaps no money now. But I have my talent. I have pledged all my property on this film. I have nothing to lose, so I may as well choose."
"I have interpreted this entire country through Tamil. If I don't have place here, I will find a place without religion. Kerala, Hyderabad, some other secular state. But if I don't find a secular state, which I will know in the next two days, I will move to another secular country like MF Husain", he said.
What a Shame and the hell with Pseudo secularism
In fact even the democracy is pseudo here. A common man can't even tweet or forward a cartoon but the politicians can bark like morons in public and can still get away with the law.
The movie features the Taliban and so some references to Islam is unavoidable. But I don't think the movie explicitly says anything against Islam or Muslims, so this ban and the big reaction is surprising.