Abhishek Desai

My, myself and the Internet

Month: February, 2009

The panhandler’s secret

The panhandler's secret via Seth's Blog by Seth Godin on 2/27/09 When there were old-school parking meters in New York, quarters were precious. One day, I’m walking down the street and a guy comes up to me and says, “Do you have a dollar for four quarters?” He held out his hand with four quarters […]

[Jason] What to do if your startup is about fail (or “Don’t Stop Believing”)

a must read  ———- Forwarded message ———- From: Jason Calacanis Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2009 18:26:14 -0800 Subject: [Jason] What to do if your startup is about fail (or “Don’t Stop Believing”) To: jason@binhost.com  Location: Mahalo HQ, Santa Monica Date/Time: February 26th 2009 6:25pm Subscribers: 12,483 Rock out To This While Reading: Don’t Stop Believing […]

Inc.com

abhishek would like you to see this page from Inc.com:  How Hard Could It Be?: Start-up Static

Effective Code Reviews Without the Pain

Dear abhishek,  abhishek (abhishek.desai@gmail.om) wants you to read the following article .  Effective Code Reviews Without the Pain Robert Bogue 01/25/2006   This article can be found online at the following location: http://www.developer.com/java/other/article.php/3579756     Code reviews in most organizations are a painful experience for everyone involved. The developer often feels like it’s a bashing session designed […]

Who’s Your Coding Buddy?

Who's Your Coding Buddy? via Coding Horror by Jeff Atwood on 2/25/09 I am continually amazed how much better my code becomes after I’ve had a peer look at it. I don’t mean a formal review in a meeting room, or making my code open to anonymous public scrutiny on the internet, or some kind […]

[From: abhishek desai] How to become an iPhone developer in eight easy steps

———- Forwarded message ———- From: guardian.co.uk Date: Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 6:59 PM Subject: [From: abhishek desai] How to become an iPhone developer in eight easy steps To: abhishek.desai@gmail.com   abhishek desai spotted this on the guardian.co.uk site and thought you should see it.  To see this story with its related links on the guardian.co.uk […]

Rate Limiting and Velocity Checking

Rate Limiting and Velocity Checking via Coding Horror by Jeff Atwood on 2/23/09 Lately, I’ve been seeing these odd little signs pop up in storefronts around town. All the signs have various forms of this printed on them: Only 3 students at a time in the store please We took that picture at a 7-11 […]

SQLAuthority Author Visit – A True Outsourcing Giant and Technology Leader D…

SQLAuthority Author Visit – A True Outsourcing Giant and Technology Leader DigiCorp in Ahmedabad India via Journey to SQL Authority with Pinal Dave by pinaldave on 2/17/09 Last week, I happen to visit one of the tech company in Ahmedabad, India. I visit different IT organization for two purpose – learn more about technology advancement […]

Real Ultimate Programming Power

a must read for a real programmer Real Ultimate Programming Power via Coding Horror by Jeff Atwood on 2/13/09 A common response to The Ferengi Programmer: From what I can see, the problem of “overly-rule-bound developers” is nowhere near the magnitude of the problem of “developers who don’t really have a clue.” The majority of […]

How to Optimize Your Blog for Search Engines

How to Optimize Your Blog for Search Engines via Quick Sprout by Neil Patel on 2/2/09 Over the past few years I worked with 30 of the top 100 blogs to help them increase their traffic. The thing that all of these blogs have in common is that they have great content. But one thing […]