As Said: “Once Programmer always a Programmer” remains true for a programmer. He will always find a program to make his work easier. Be it a punishment as shown in the below image.
A C Loop to make work easy
Python is an easy to learn, powerful programming language. It has efficient high-level data structures and a simple but effective approach to object-oriented programming. Python’s elegant syntax and dynamic typing, together with its interpreted nature, make it an ideal language for scripting and rapid application development in many areas on most platforms. Python programs are generally expected to run slower than Java programs, but they also take much less time to develop. Python programs are typically 3-5 times shorter than equivalent Java programs. This difference can be attributed to Python’s built-in high-level data types and its dynamic typing.
For example, a Python programmer wastes no time declaring the types of arguments or variables, and Python’s powerful polymorphic list and dictionary types, for which rich syntactic support is built straight into the language, find a use in almost every Python program. Because of the run-time typing, Python’s run time must work harder than Java’s. For example, when evaluating the expression a+b, it must first inspect the objects a and b to find out their type, which is not known at compile time. It then invokes the appropriate addition operation, which may be an overloaded user-defined method. Java, on the other hand, can perform an efficient integer or floating point addition, but requires variable declarations for a and b, and does not allow overloading of the + operator for instances of user-defined classes.
For these reasons, Python is much better suited as a “glue” language, while Java is better characterized as a low-level implementation language. In fact, the two together make an excellent combination. Components can be developed in Java and combined to form applications in Python; Python can also be used to prototype components until their design can be “hardened” in a Java implementation. To support this type of development, a Python implementation written in Java is under development, which allows calling Python code from Java and vice versa. In this implementation, Python source code is translated to Java bytecode (with help from a run-time library to support Python’s dynamic semantics). Python vs Java is not a comparison just depending on the usage or implementation. Pythin wins in cases of scripting in most of the cases.
There were of series of photos describing the “What I actually do” from various jobs to events and life scenarios on facebook. I have managed to collect few of them in this blog. Special Thanks to my friend Prashant Rai for taking out time and posting them regularly on his facebook Timeline
So, here is the reaction for different OS users, when the update is available
For the past week, the phrase “white people stole my car” has been Googled like crazy.
Though, there were few results yielded by this popular search and most links lead to some fairly nasty malware. Finally, the above screenshot surfaced, which seems to at least solve the mystery of why the phrase was so popular on Google. As the screenshot above implies, Googling the term “white people stole my car” results in the search engine asking if black people stole my car. Well that’s… really not cool, Google!
But is it real or fake? As of now, Google does not correct the phrase in a racially insensitive way. And while it does appear that at one time Google did, it’s entirely possible and plausible that someone misspelled “black people stole my car,” got the correction shown, and altered the search text as a prank.
I tried to re-fake a screenshot, but it seems that Google is not correcting any searches to say “black people stole my car” anymore. Sigh, I wanted this myself!
This add is the height, I have been seeing this since few months!
It targets desperate singles looking for a girlfriend!
My advice – Stay Away, it is a virtual trap!
Brought down to earth (literally) by some of the slightly (?) exaggerated facets of, none other than, Rajnikant !! yeah… He is literally a semi god for South Indian movie fans and no less than an icon for others. I cannot watch his horrible movies, they are a big zeher ….. hold your breath, here it comes –>
1) Outer space exists because it’s afraid to be on the same planet with Rajnikant (some science, huh !!)
2) Rajnikant has counted to infinity – twice. (of course, he went on the negative side too…)
3) (Now this one is my favorite…) When Rajnikant does a pushup, he isn’t lifting himself up, he’s pushing earth down.
4) Rajnikant is so fast, he can run around the world and punch himself in the back of the head. (and Einstein though nothing runs faster than light…)
5) Rajnikant doesn’t wear a watch, HE decides what time it is. (and then there was Rajni !!)
6) Rajnikant can slam a revolving door.
7) Rajnikant gave Mona Lisa that smile. (alas !! the code is solved…)
8) Rajnikant’s house has no doors, only walls that he walks through. (birla cement filed a lawsuit on him once, they say…)
9) Rajnikant grinds his coffee with his teeth and boils the water with his own rage. (thats why his movies seem to be having such a pot boiler of an end, huh??)
10) If you Google Search ‘Rajnikant getting kicked’, you will generate zero results. It just doesn’t happen. (No comments)
11) It takes Rajnikant 20 minutes to watch 60 Minutes. (Space time continuum is a joke for this dude, must say…)
12) The Bermuda Triangle used to be the Bermuda Square, until Rajnikant kicked one of the corners off.
13) There are no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq; Rajnikant lives in Chennai. (There you go Mr. Bush, Saddam was innocent, after all !!)
14) Rajnikant once ate an entire bottle of sleeping pills. They made him blink. (No wonder !)
15) The only things that run faster and longer than Rajnikant are his films.
16) Rajnikant’s every step creates a mini whirlwind. Hurricane Katrina was the result of a morning jog. (oh Katrina…)
17) (quite proverbial, this one) Where there is a will, there is a way. Where there is Rajnikant, there is no other way.