Monday, July 31, 2006

Alcoholic Beverages

What's the ....... Think again. Alcoholic beverages


CeGCC is a project that offers cross-development tools for Windows CE (PocketPC).
We're aiming at providing a consistent and working set of development
tools that generate code for Windows CE devices such as PDA's and smart phones.
Our intended development platforms are the cygwin environment and GNU/Linux systems.

Tuesday, July 04, 2006

IEs 4 Linux

What is IEs4Linux?
IEs4Linux is the simpler way to have Microsoft Internet Explorer running on Linux.
No clicks needed. No boring setup processes. No Wine complications. Just one easy script and you'll get three IE versions to test your Sites. And it's free and open source.
By the way, you can be on FreeBSD or Solaris too, instead of Linux.

How can I get this wonderful software?

First, get Wine and cabextract. (need help with this? click here)
Now, Download IEs4Linux. Extract it. Open a terminal. Run the 'ies4linux' executable. That is it.


FreeDOS aims to be a complete, free, 100% MS-DOS compatible operating system (mostly achieved.) Today, FreeDOS is ideal for anyone who wants to bundle a version of DOS without having to pay a royalty for use of DOS. FreeDOS will also work on old hardware, in DOS emulators, and in embedded systems. FreeDOS is also an invaluable resource for people who would like to develop their own operating system. While there are many free operating systems out there, no other free DOS-compatible operating system exists. About

Davinci code

Defense on Davinci's code Forward by Christine sedky

Opinion request:

Should I pursue computer science or computer engineering?

Scientists and engineers are both interested in the nature of things, in understanding how ideas and objects in the world fit together. But in general, they seek to understand the nature of reality with different ends in mind: the scientist seeks this understanding as an end in itself, the engineer in order to build things. Thus CS is closer to the underlying theory of computation, with its roots in mathematics, and CEN is closer to the design of physical devices, with roots in physics and chemistry as well. Students with an urge to build things, to measure how things work in the laboratory, those attracted to physics and chemistry as well as mathematics, should seriously consider CEN. Students with an interest in the true nature of symbols, information and their manipulations, the forms and limits of algorithms and data structures, should consider CS. Of the three great divisions in computing, namely theory, software and hardware, to a first approximation theory goes with CS, hardware with CEN, and software with both, but mainly with CS. The more general the software, the closer to CS; the more hardware-specific, the closer to CEN. Thus a student interested in creating his own new general-purpose computer language would best be served by a CS degree program, while one interested in designing a software interface for a new high speed serial device by the CEN degree program.

i'm interested in both , to do it by myself , i don't care for a degree of engineering to design or implement hardware issues , also to think in an algorithms or to be capable of analysing problems and coming up with algorithms to solve them doesn't require a degree ;), but maybe a guide ; such a career that only needs a hard worker, a practical knowledge, and fast ability to learn . this is my opinion

If you have some infos regarding me or any of both cs or cen in career qualifications or requirements in different places u saw concerning the salary, the position please give an opinion