Thursday, July 29, 2010



Hi frnds...I think everyone will be busy in projects.In this blog I am going to write about the LATEX,tool used for Projects.I hope this may give you some good knowledge in preparing the documentation of your project using Latex.

LaTeX is a document markup language and document preparation system for the TeX typesetting program.It refers only to the language the document is written not the editors they are used.LaTeX is most widely used in academic purposes.

Of course their are other documenting systems and styles in industry but this one is used because of the high quality of typesetting achievable by TeX. The typesetting system offers programmable desktop publishing features and extensive facilities for automating most aspects of typesetting and desktop publishing, including numbering and cross-referencing, tables and figures, page layout and bibliographies.

Downloading Latex
For using Latex we can use Texmaker which is one of the open source tool...
you can download Texmaker from the following site

or from the link----------click here------------

U can download the package according to your operating system...,hope most of u will use UBUNTU so you can download .deb package.

Texmaker is also run in Windows,it is a cross platform.

the screeshot of the Texmaker:

This Texmaker is none other than simple editor but provides vaarious options like mathematical symbols,gives special colors to your coding and other functionalities.

I just gave you WHAT is Latex,WHAT it does,WHERE to download...But it is not really tough to you can start using it and learn to documenting your final year project with it.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010


Hi this post I am going to write something about Resume writing for newbies and before that I am not a professional Resume writer or a experienced professional,the tips are from a PROFESSIONAL which I found over internet and I added a link to the Resume guide which is in pdf form.

DOWNLOAD LINK FOR RESUME GUIDE-----------click here-----------

If it doesn't work search in this website

This was said by Katheryn Rivas,

Resume Tips for College Students

"When you're in college, it can feel like the entire world is contained within the grounds of your campus. There's so much going on in your personal and academic life that it's easy to forget that, before long, you'll be dropped into the real world and forced to find gainful employment. When I was a college student, it wasn't until the end of my senior year that I really began focusing on the job hunt, and that's a bit too late to start, especially if you're unfamiliar with some of the tools you'll need after graduation. For instance, every student knows they'll need to put together a resume, but very few know how to go about it with any real clarity. With that in mind, here are a few things for undergrads to consider when it comes to building the resume that will take them into the workforce:

Start planning now

It's never too early to examine your present experiences through the lens of the future and consider how they'll look on a resume. There are a ton of college students who hit the job market with no experience to show but a couple summers clearing tables or tearing movie tickets. And while those experiences were fine in their time, you need to think about doing things that will provide opportunities down the road. Apply for internships in your field, and look for summer jobs that can teach you skills related to your major. When it comes time to graduate and look for a real job, you'll be able to present your potential employer with a resume demonstrating relevant experience in the market. Your resume is your lifeline and the best tool at your disposal when it comes to getting the attention of an employer. Make sure it counts.

Cut the double-talk

A lot of college students, wary of appearing inexperienced, trump up their accomplishments with puffy language. This is the job-hunt equivalent of using 13-point Arial typeface on a term paper with 1.5-inch margins: It's not fooling anyone. Don't say you were a "domestic distribution engineer" if you delivered the school newspaper. Be honest about your skills and experience; otherwise, you're just wasting your time. When a hiring manager wants to talk to you, they want to know about actual results and experiences, not stuff that's been dressed up to look better. The more honest you are, the better shot you have at connecting with an employer.

Just the facts

It's also a habit of college students to list things they think are relevant to the job search on their resume in order to make it appear more substantial. But you should only list things that are specifically related to your skills and the job field you're in. Employers know that fresh college graduates are going to have less experience than older workers, and that's fine. Don't try to make up for it by mentioning your place on the swim team. If you want to list skills or accolades, make them tailored to the job. For instance, if you're looking for work in the news media, mention your familiarity with the Associated Press stylebook and any editing or news production software you may have used. If you're a business student, highlight any internships with local companies or any honors you've received in the field. List your GPA (if you're proud of it), but stay away from nebulous topics like "relevant coursework." Your employer knows you took classes; they want you to go beyond that now.

That list is by no means exhaustive, but it is a great place to start. College is a wonderful time, but don't let that joy distract you from some simple techniques and preparations that will help you after you've walked the graduation stage."

I hope this will help you...and thank you reading.....bye...

Saturday, July 10, 2010


Get the Digital Ebook Reading experience !!

Martview reader was geared up to provide more options in reading interaction, which allows your magazine reading more easier, yet comfortable.
Clean layout with sleek design that is easy on the eye, added with crisp images that brings your reading pleasure on your own desktop to a whole new level.
Experience the convenience of reading on a computer like never before. With doubled up interactive features which allow you to Flip, slide, scroll, pinch, circle and many more gestures to keep you excited.
But make sure that you have a better RAM config for this application


Youtube Downloader
This is one of the freeware that one should have in their Desktop.It is simple and efficient.

Youtube Downloader HD is a free tool to download videos from YouTube and save it to your local computer. The videos can be converted to avi video format or to mp4 (compatible with iPod, iPhone).

The main distinguishing feature of Youtube Downloader HD is that now you can download High Quality videos, High Definition and Full HD videos from YouTube.


Download Accelerator Plus (DAP)

Download Accelerator Plus (DAP) is the world's leading download manager, allows you to download up to 300% faster* with increased reliability, resume support and errors recovery.
This is the PORTABLE VERSION of DAP 8.7.05 which comes with support including chrome browser.
1.EXTRACT the package zipped folder
2.RUN the DAP.EXE file
3.NO installation required.


netmeter freeware

This freeware gives u the current upload and download speed of ur internet connection.
With enabling the option of showing the upload/download totals, u can get the total session downloads in MB or Kb range.

A useful freeware on the whole for those users who r not provided with Bandwidth meters provided by service providers..



Here is an interesting s/w that sketches whatever photo u load in it.there r pen,pencil modes were u can sketchout..
good,interesting freeware on the whole......