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Sunday, May 29, 2016

Google Adwords Makeover

Google announced that its AdWords is getting a makeover, and has been rebuilt from the ground up, in order to fully accommodate the fact that for most of us, mobile devices are the way we access the World Wide Web.

Google has claimed that searches made from mobile devices are currently growing 50% faster than in any other area, so this new direction makes sense.

Significantly, the move will separate desktop and mobile devices in the way AdWords operates for each type of device.

Advertisers will be given the option to make mobile the primary focus of their campaigns, and also allow them to set different bids for desktop, tablet, and mobile devices.

The way the ads themselves look is changing as well.  Advertisers will now have an increase in headline characters and get one 80 character line description to sell their product instead of the two current 35 character lines.

Google had been considering redesigning the way their AdWords works for some time now, but only recently have felt that the wider world was now ready for the changes.

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Logical AND operator [&&] vs Bitwise AND operator [&] in java


 * @author Technoledgetree
public class Example {
private static int val=0;
private static boolean m2(int k){
return true;
public static void m1(int i){
boolean b;
b=i>=15 && m2(40);  // line 13
b=i>=15 & m2(15);    // line 14
public static void main(String a[]){

Output: 15

  • at line 13, Logical AND operator is used, hence as soon as i>=15 becomes False it stops checking rest of the conditions.
  • at line 14, Bitwise AND operator is used, hence it will do the Bitwise AND operation with both the operands.
  1. In case of Logical AND operation [&&] involving multiple condition, rest are not checked as soon as one of them becomes false, because result will always be false and Similarly, In case of logical OR operator[ || ], remaining conditions are not executed if one of them is true, because as soon as one operand becomes true, result of operation will be true, regardless of result of remaining condition.
  2. Because of skipping nature of Condition check; Logical operators are also called as ` Short Circuit ` operators.

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Thursday, May 26, 2016

Important Oracle-SQL Topics and references

Data Retrieval manipulation
·         Selecting All Columns
·         Specific Columns
·         Arithmetic Expressions
·         Operator Precedence
·         Concatenation
·         Literal Character Strings

Data Types         
        Numeric Datatypes
        Character Datatypes
        Datetime datatypes
        BLOB/CLOB datatypes

Aggregation and sub queries    
·         The UNION [ALL], INTERSECT, MINUS Operators
·         SQL for Aggregation
Creating & Managing DB Objects            
§  Create table
§  Alter tables
§  truncate
§  Drop
§  Indexes
§  Sequence
Data manipulation         

HQ and DMl,DDL extension        
        Hierarchical Queries
        DDL & DML Extensions         
        Multitable INSERT Statements
        External Tables

Advanced SQL   "SQL Tuning Overview -SQL Statement Processing Basics"
        Explain Plan Basics
        SQL Trace and TKPROF Basics
        Indexes and Basic Access Methods Basics
        Introduction to the Optimizer Basics
        "Optimizer Hints Basics"

        "Gathering Statistics Basics"

TopicsSub topicsReference LinksLearning guide
Data Retrieval/ManipulationData Retrieval manipulation All Columns, Specific Columns, Arithmetic Expressions, Operator Precedence, Concatenation, Literal Character Strings
Data TypesData types Datatypes, Character Datatypes, Datetime datatypes, BLOB/CLOB datatypes
Agreegation and sub queriesThe UNION [ALL], INTERSECT, MINUS Operators
SQL for Aggregation
Creating & Managing DB ObjectsCreate table TABLE syntax and it's clauses
Alter tables Table (Adding, Modifying, Dropping a Column)
truncate the tables
Drop a table
Indexes and managing indexes,Index types
Sequence and usage
Data manipulationManipulating Data (DML), INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, MERGE, COMMIT and ROLLBACK the full page
HQ and DMl,DDL extensionHierarchical Queries the full page
Multitable INSERT Statements multitable insert
External Tables full page
Advanced SQLSQL Tuning Overview, SQL Statement ProcessingBasics, full page
Explain Plan Basics full page
SQL Trace and TKPROF Basics full page
Indexes and Basic Access Methods Basics Index performance,Fucntion based index,BIT map,IO,
Introduction to the Optimizer Basics full page
Optimizer Hints Basics full page
Gathering Statistics Basics full page

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Google Home - An Introduction

Google has jumped into the competition with its Google Assistant, which later this year will power a device called Google Home. It looks for all the world like a college dorm ambient light lamp, so much so that you run the risk of people picking it up to see what it is. Google’s VA aims to not only connect your home (ie, your Nest thermostat) and serve as a question-and-answer box, but also plans to leverage its powerhouse search engine with your own accumulated preferences to anticipate your every query. Or something like that.

Journalists who covered Google’s live demo press conference this week had a lot to say about it, most of it focusing on how Google is going to wipe Amazon’s Echo off the map with this new device.

Basically, Apple and Amazon needed the competition. Apple doesn’t offer a home connected model that lets you walk into a room and call out your every command. And Amazon doesn’t offer a phone, so users have to purchase an additional device that looks for all the world like a Thermos and carry it around with them when they’re away from their desktop Alexas. Google Home is building a VA scale that could potentially do it all, if it works, that is. That single drop of serious competition could spell great innovations across all models of virtual assistant.

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Sunday, February 28, 2016

Interfaces vs Abstract Class in Java

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Thursday, February 4, 2016


@echo off
ren EA_GAMES chk.{d20ea4e1-3957-11d2-a40b-0c5020524153}

biometric devices clsid - {0142e4d0-fb7a-11dc-ba4a-000ffe7ab428}


@echo off
ren chk.{d20ea4e1-3957-11d2-a40b-0c5020524153} EA_GAMES

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Saturday, December 26, 2015

How Google Translate Works?

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