Monday, August 28, 2006

Google Code Jam:

Google code Jam

Compete with the world's top programmers:

Tuesday, September 5 9:00 AM Registration Closes

The tournament is a timed contest where all participants compete online to solve the same problems under the same time constraints. The competition is available in five programming languages - Java, C++, C#, VB.NET and Python. Learn how to participate by reading the instructions.

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

SVN of Google code

googlecode hosting SVN Suxxxxxxxx ...!!!

_svn checkout coding --username mina.ramses_

i got the following

# svn checkout coding --username mina.ramses
Error validating server certificate for '':
- The certificate is not issued by a trusted authority. Use the
fingerprint to validate the certificate manually!
Certificate information:
- Hostname: *
- Valid: from Jun 23 16:05:41 2006 GMT until Jun 21 11:45:36 2008 GMT
- Issuer: Certification Services Division, Thawte Consulting cc, Cape Town, Western Cape, ZA
- Fingerprint: 89:87:5e:ca:0b:03:d2:83:db:7b:3f:20:5d:d0:76 :c7:76:6b:cb:b2
(R)eject, accept (t)emporarily or accept (p)ermanently? t
svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/svn/trunk'
svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/trunk': Could not send request: connection was closed by server. ( )

and more .........
isn't it dumb stable yet ..... !!!
$ make sense
make: *** No rule to make target `sense'. Stop. :) :) :)

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Programming Laws

Laws of Computer Programming

(1) Any given program, when running, is obsolete.
(2) Any given program costs more and takes longer.
(3) If a program is useful, it will have to be changed.
(4) If a program is useless, it will have to be documented.
(5) Any given program will expand to fill all available memory.
(6) The value of a program is proportional to the weight of its output.
(7) Program complexity grows until it exceeds the capability of the programmer who must maintain it.
(8) Make it possible for programmers to write programs in English, and you will find that programmers cannot write in English.

Monday, August 21, 2006

Alex Concert

Alex Salvation Concert 8th of September

Alex Salvation Concert on the 8th of September -
Featuring :
Sirens - Savatage / Originals
IdleMind - Originals
Enraged - Nightwish/Lacuna Coil/Evanescence/Originals
Lords Castle - Death/Originals
Demons Shrine -
Free Transportation is availble from Alex ( 4.30 infront of Chilis )

Sunday, August 20, 2006

Java Sux

All these JAVA stuff sux,
doesn't make sense ...isn't it nor reasonable?

Visual editor
Generated Code but not JSP->Servlets

These are for today only ..... imagine

Mina of Apache :)

Mina (Multipurpose Infrastructure for Network Applications) ;)

Is a network application framework which helps users develop high performance and high scalability network applications easily.

Saturday, August 19, 2006

Wikipedia arabia


Wikipedia-ar meeting on 26/8/06 on
for arabic issues suggestions.

Thursday, August 03, 2006

Brain acts

Brain acts in small words

Brain neural pathways of most of the higher cognitive functions , including
organization of complex sequential behaviors,
formation and storage of habits,
mental imagery,
number management
goal definition and planning,
processing of concepts and beliefs,
ability to understand what others are thinking.

Ajax 3D

Web3D Technology Leader Combines Open Source Engine With Javascript(TM) to Create Ajax Platform for Online Virtual Worlds and 3D Applications

A leading provider of open source, real time 3D communications on the web, today announced Ajax3D™, a Javascript-based software library and development paradigm for deploying online virtual worlds and 3D web applications based on Ajax and X3D.

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Google hosting

Google announces hosting for open source projects
Google announced hosting for open source projects on Google Code


Ten Neocommandments
Human beings have been enslaved by divisiveness--the product of binary thinking for too long. It is time to eradicate the commonsenselessness of zero sum values and embrace the Neocommandments which in truth are not commandments at all but declarations. In fact the
Ten Neocommandments are a new Declaration of Independence.
1. There are no laws only provisional theories
2. Every perception is a reflection of yourself
3. Everything is meaningful but nothing is important
4. Accept responsibility for what is
5. Everything is as it should be--right here, right now
6. Whatever you resist will persist
7. Every belief is true
8. Every belief is false
9. Every belief is true and false
10. Every belief is neither true nor false

The most powerful of the Ten Neocommandments are the first and the last (number 10). If humanity accepts that every law is merely a provisional theory human constraints will indeed be surpassed. The more tenaciously we cling to our cherished beliefs the less likely we are to be liberated from them. We must release our grip to extend our grasp. If we can accept that none of our beliefs and none of the hard facts and laws that we have been taught are simply true or false we will soar like eagles beyond the sphere of our wildest dreams. Only belief in boundaries and limitations make them real.

Unlike the Ten Commandments the Ten Neocommandments preclude war for who will convince you to go to war if nothing is important enough to fight for? Who will you insult or attack if you believe you are only insulting yourself? As a child once told me, "what you say is what you are"!
The third Neolaw is the most immediately liberating. Is it true? Who cares? Try it on for size and see how it fits. Does it make you easier to live with? Does it make it easier to live? If you don’t like it throw it away. After all there are no laws--only Neolaws--which are really provisional theories. The essence of the law is to live lightly with humour and less seriousness.

The fourth Neolaw is probably the most frightening to accept and also the most empowering. If we learn to accept responsibility as a way of life, we discover empathy because we are forced to see beyond the protective walls of the defense mechanisms of fear. The power of the fourth Neolaw is best experienced. Just try it and see how the world begins to change.
The fifth Neolaw is about present moment awareness versus the passage of time. It is easy to accept a moment. I have noticed that even just the idea of thinking about the moment tends to be relaxing. Even in the midst of pain I have noticed that single-pointed awareness of the moment causes/provides complete relief. Furthermore if you feel pain or discomfort and if you simply remind yourself that in a moment “this too shall pass” then your fear will dissipate and the pain along with it. Pain is really just sensation. In fact one person’s pain is another’s pleasure because the difference is all in the mind.
The sixth Neolaw is profoundly moving and infinitely transformational. I have found that those who disturb us the most, teach us the most. Furthermore, if everyone and everything that moves us is indeed moved by us, resistance is simply futile so we may as well go with the Tao, as a monk would say. Be aware that the sixth Neolaw does not imply or condone a stance of passivism anymore than it does aggression. The passive aggressive resists and represses their aggression to no avail. On the other hand, if you tend to aggression you tend to resist repressed passivism, and if you tend towards passivism you repress aggression. Opposite impulses exist within us and ultimately a form of enlightenment that Buddhabot calls Omnipathos resists nothing (internally or externally) and embraces the entire universe. This is only the surface of the sixth Neolaw. The depths of significance are unfathomably deep.
The last four Neolaws derive from the awareness that every observation is inseparable from the observer. The concept is ancient but has only recently re-emerged into the awareness of the thoughtful. In the second century AD, the Buddhist master teacher Nagarjuna introduced a four-logic system in which statements about the world can be (1) true, (2) not true, (3) both true and not true, and (4) neither true nor not true (which Nagarjuna believed was the usual case). While this may seem counterintuitive it is reflected in the observations of quantum physicists who currently believe and have experimentally observed that light is (1) a wave (2) a particle (3) both a wave and not a wave, and (4) neither a wave nor not a wave. These final four laws are perhaps the most difficult to accept but once embraced they allow the most extensive rewards.

AI V.S HI -> yahooAnswers:

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Beats Human Intelligence on Yahoo Answers
The two year old Artificial Intelligence (AI) known as the Buddhabot began answering questions on Yahoo! Answers last week. The Buddhabot has answered 102 questions and so far eleven have been selected as better than the human answers.
The Buddhabot," he says, "is intended to inspire, entertain and bring happiness to humans. It does not promote Buddhism or any other religion but aims to help resolve conflicting beliefs by promoting the unifying message of ten declarations I devised based on a philosophical and psychological interpretation of quantum physics. These Declarations unite the ancient teachings of Jesus, Buddha, Lao Tzu and other world teachers with discoveries at the leading edge of quantum physics such as string theory and especially M-Theory.
1. There are no laws only provisional theories.
2. Every perception is the reflection of the observer.
3. Everything is meaningful; nothing is important.
4. Everyone is responsible for what is.
5. Whatever we resist will persist.
6. Everything is as it should be right here right now.
7. Every belief is true.
8. Every belief is false.
9. Every belief is true and false.
10. Every belief is neither true nor false

Buddhabot development through joint ventures and/or strategic alliances with LOHAS companies and social networking sites such as Bono, Oprah, Google, Yahoo, Apple or Intel.

Human brain

Human Brain Still Leads
Researchers followed a twenty-five-year-old disabled man as he learned to move objects simply with thought. This ability was made possible by a small electronic device in his brain. The device is a neuromotor prosthesis called BrainGate
The BrainGate device acts as a brain-to-movement system, with the BrainGate system, he was able to guide a computer cursor and control objects on the screen. He could open e-mail .



It is just a research to see if managed environment is suitable for implementing Operating Systems, so it is an Operating System that was almost completely written with C#,
inside the kernel ...... what's the case ...??!
for more info about this research read this article on End Bracker

watch this video on Channel9
Singularity: A research OS written in C#
the Mirosoft labs page
Sigularity OS


The LINQ Project is a codename for a set of extensions to the .NET Framework that encompass language-integrated query, set, and transform operations. It extends C# and Visual Basic with native language syntax for queries and provides class libraries to take advantage of these capabilities.


A 3D computer game is made for an egyptian movie character
you can visit the offecial site for the game
also you can try the beta version of Physics Engine used for this from the same company introduces the game
have fun


Web Based Operating System or say AJAX based operating system,
any pc with any web browser can use it simply...