Tuesday, May 22, 2007
Sunday, May 20, 2007
Few days from now i started using two softwares and really amazed using those. One is Source Insight and the other is Visual Assist X. These two softwares will boost your productivity 10x times. And they are so helpful, particularly if you have to jump in the middle of a ongoing project. You will understand the codeflow, context, symbols very clearly within a very short time. Normally what we do is start debugging the code, find out ways to resolve some bugs. But they will reduce the time for debugging. You just play with them and explore the magic.
I also found some productivity tips which helped me a lot. I will append them later on this post. take care. bye.
Tuesday, May 15, 2007
[Suggested by joy rahman]
 Gmail Insert HTML Signature
This script enables you to enter mail signature in HTML Format in GMAIL.
 Gmail Filter Assistant v0.16
Add an embedded filter management module in message display page, which makes adding a filter much easier.
 Gmail Signature Float
Moves your signature in Gmail to the top of the message rather than the bottom when replying or forwarding an old message.
check out for more at http://userscripts.org/scripts/search?q= gmail
Have fun :)
Navigate in your Registry to
and create a key called "Command Prompt" without the quotes.
Set the default string to whatever text you want to appear in the right-click menu.
Create a new key within your newly created command prompt named "command," and set the default string to
Cmd.exe /k pushd %L
You may need to add %SystemRoot%/ before the Cmd.exe if the executable can't be found.
The changes should take place immediately. Right click a folder and your new menu item should appear.
For more details goto this link
Saturday, May 12, 2007
I have started learning windows programming. Haven't gone through a lot. Just in the beginner position. I bought the book "Programming windows, 5th Ed" By Charles Petzold. This is quite good. Although the book says knowledge in C is ok to start windows programming but i doubt that. Anyone who wants to start windows programming, prolific knowledge in C and OOP is must. Here i am only talking about native code (win32) not the managed code. After completing petzold i have planned for learning ATL and WTL. A lot tutorials can be found over net on those topics but for WTL - i found tutorials on Codeproject is the best. Books on ATL or WTL seems rare. I couldn't manage any.
Looking for more tutorials on win32, ATL & WTL. If i find any i will post those here. And if you have any links to share with me please leave a message.