Won 2nd Prize in YCCE fest 10 Software Competition !

We have presented SamStn, A remote System Manager at YCCE fest 10 on 28th Jan, 2010 and we got the 2nd prize in software competition.  The above figure shows the main GUI of our project ! 🙂

Project Members:

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Hide Secret data in a File !


All files in our computer can be edited in Hexadecimal language. Using the advantage of it we can think different and hide our data in the hex code. Thing is when the file will be opened or the application will be executed the secret data won’t be shown until and unless it is opened in hex using some editor which usually people don’t.

Step 1: Backup the file you are going to edit.

Step 2: Download any Hex Editor freeware. I have used Hex Editor Neo.

Step 3: Install and run hex editor.

Step 4: Open the file in hex editor.

Step 5: As shown in above image enter your secret data at end of file from non Hex panel.

Step 6: Save the file and open the file normally to check.

Step 7: To view the secret data again open the file in hex editor or you can open it in any text editor if the file edited is not a text file i.e. doc, txt, rtf

Tip: Editing an image file would be more recommended than text and exe files.

Enjoy !

Google Could Double Web Speeds With SPDY Protocol !

Slowly but surely, we’re getting an idea of what Google’s Chrome OS will look like. We know that it will be Linux-based and that the primary interface will likely be the Chrome browser. Still, the search giant was not content to simply turn a Web browser into an operating system. Soon Google was launching a new programming language, called Go, that would allow programmers to build faster and more efficient applications. Then it announced Native Client, a feature built into Chrome (both the browser and the OS) that would allow software to be run inside the browser. Any program launched could be treated as just another tab in Chrome, and, when paired with the new Go programming language, could lead to dramatic speed increases for Web-based applications.

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Run your .net applications on Linux !

Let us suppose that you are one of the greatest .net developers across and you want to use the Linux as the operating system then what will you do ? Will you admit that Windows is better than Linux..! I will say no, dont cry for space ! You just have to use MONO and you will save the world 🙂 

Mono is an open source project (sponsored by Novell) that allows you to run .Net applications on Linux (as well as Unix, Mac OS X, Solaris and even Windows). To obtain it, go to the Mono download page and find the version you need for your distro’s. Once you’ve installed Mono, get one of your .Net programmers to create and compile a simple Microsoft Visual Studio C#.net console application. Just something easy, such as: 

using System;

namespace ConsoleApplication1
    class Program
        static void Main(string[] args)
            Console.WriteLine("Hello World");

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Attended the RSS Program !

RSS ( Rashtriya Swanyamsevak Sangh ) has organized a program for all the budding engineers in nagpur. The Venue was ” Institute of Engineers ” South Ambazari Road, Nagpur.

The main Speaker of the show ” Mr. Ram Madhavji “ B.E sadasya, Akhil Bhartiya Kendriya Karyakarini, RSS !

There were Three sessions arranged by the organizers :

1) In the 1st session, Mr. Devendra Raut ( Vice Principal of Nuva Engineering College ) gave the speech which was really empowering for us.

2) In the 2nd session, Mr. Ram Madhavji’s formal discussion talk held. He gave awesome replies to the questions asked by the student attendies. In this session, The Audio-Visual Presentations were also shown prepared by different colleges in the city. Our college prepared the presentation on Science and Ancient India. I have uploaded that video in the videos column.

3) In the 3rd and the last session, Mr Ram Madhavji gave an formal speech but in an Informal way 🙂 strange but true.. 😛 He gave numerous examples of the conditions of India now and will be there in the coming future. It was really fascinating to learn from that 🙂

4) After this session, Lunch was there 😀 Awesome !! 😛 Enjoyed a lot there !!

After attending such a nice program from RSS, I am really looking forward to attend coming program from RSS !! 😀

Enjoy !

Started SRKNEC Microsoft Tech Group !

I have started the SRKNEC Microsoft Tech Group…! This Group is started basically for the awareness of the Microsoft Student Club and to discuss the Microsoft Technologies like VB , VB.net , C#, C#.net etc!

This is the link of the group :


Do join it !!!     🙂