Saturday, April 21, 2018

Operating Application Tracking System

When the mobile phones were actually invented do you remember its size, screen, the features or the game applications it had? Well the mobile phones down the reminiscence were, really heavy with small screen and the only exciting thing in it except from the voice calls, was SMS application. Well could you tell what the name of operating system was?

Well that is because the operating system was of no importance, almost unneeded. Each phone brand had its own proprietary user interface; it was tightly closed; no customization was possible and adding an application was something unheard of; even the user was least interested, there only interest was buying phone and getting thrilled by watching it working.

And in today’s world, well generation; the operating system is omnipotent, very powerful and the single agenda or motive decisive factor for buying a mobile phone. Their was an add on or a subtraction in applications in smooth scale; but now the world is different , the generation has changed , it is completely a different world from a few years back and this is the world , right in the battle , a great battle of smart phones , buzzing the streets out.

The two major slides of death match – iPhone applications development and android business app (iPhone and android). There are 5, 50,000 new android phones sold every day. 40% of the Smartphone market share. Google has given birth to android business app; and it has made android stronger and powerful in the corporate community.

Though picking up a smart phone is really challenging because their are lot of technologies coming and presenting their Smartphone’s. Mobile app development in India has a good variety of all the international technical Smartphone’s.

Their four tablets, well android tablets; which have been the best ones –
Motorola Xoom – ranges from 32000 to 40000, next is the HTC flyer ranges to 38000, third is Acer iconia tab, ranges from 28000 and finally Samsung galaxy tab.

The iPhone applications development has many features, as for an e.g., when music is been played on the phone, and a call comes up, the music fades off and comes back when the call is ended. The proximity censor shuts off the screen and touch sensivity circuitry when the iPhone is brought closer to the face , both to save battery and prevent unintentional touches.

The application doesn’t support, video calling or video conferencing.
The iPhone applications development includes a visual voicemail (in few countries) features allowing users to have a sight of list of current voice mail messages on screen without even having to call into their voice mail. Though mobile app development India is still following blackberry, the iPhone and android is still on the brim to fill the whole world with its software smart phones.

The android business app market is the online software store developed by Google, it allows the users to browse and download apps published by the third party developers.

Well, the apt thing would be, to enjoy the clashing of these Smartphone.

Stratum of Best Engineering Courses

Engineering is basically a combination of theory and practical. This should be kept in mind, before thinking about the courses offered by engineering colleges.

There are many engineering colleges in India which abides many courses. The first course we will talk about is ‘civil engineering’, this is a great course and almost every college have good infrastructure for this, both in the terms of faculty and facility. There are mainly three vital aspects of any engineering college, those are- infrastructure, faculty and facility. Talking about civil engineering, it does not have much job opportunity.

Second course we talk about is mechanical engineering but sadly it too has same issue, dwelling less job opportunity.

The electronics and electrical engineering are very good engineering courses, provided of job oriented course, but when it comes to faculty and practical experiments most of the colleges lack in providing these, even the infrastructure facility does not support sometimes. Sometimes after finishing most of thee engineers work in software companies as there are no sufficient companies who work in core areas of electronic and electrical engineering.

Lastly, is computer engineering and IT. The infrastructure required for these courses are very easy to provide and even if faculty is not good, students can take up tutorial classes.

Big companies like Google, Microsoft and other renowned and big companies come for campus placement interviews and only opt for CS and IT students. So, therefore even after electrical and electronics engineering one goes for software jobs.

Therefore, the stratum lies here with the courses are like-

Computer science and engineering, information technology, electronics and communication engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and civil engineering.

The top engineering colleges in India, which are the best and renowned for ages are-
IIT Delhi, IIT Kanpur, IIT Mumbai, IIT kharagpur.

Getting into Indian Institute of technology (IIT) is the vision of every engineer in India. The IIT were formed to train scientists and engineer. All the courses provided by Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) are governed by All-India Council of technical Education (AICTE) which was established in the year 1945. Indian institute of technology are the best institute to study technology and science. The first IIT was recognized in kharagpur in the year 1951 and IIT Roorkee was the first engineering college in India.

Indian institute of technology IIT Kanpur- Kanpur, Indian institute of technology IIT kharagpur- kharagpur, Indian institute of technology IIT Bombay- Mumbai, Indian institute of technology IIT madras- Chennai, Indian institute of technology IIT Delhi- Delhi, BITS pilani- pilani, IIT Roorkee- Roorkee, IT-BHU- Varanasi, IIT guwahati- guwahati, Jadavpur university , faculty of engineering & tech, Calcutta, Indian school of mines- dhanbad, NIT national institute of technology- Warangal, BIT mesra- Ranchi, NIT – national institute of technology- trichy, engineering college in delhi ,
These are the15 top engineering colleges in India.

These top engineering colleges are the best and toughest to crack; as this course persists of many engineering colleges in India but these are the best and the courses mentioned above are stratified with the preferences.

Friday, April 20, 2018

Place to Visit in 2018

A new year means a new exciting list of emerging destinations. From exotic Oman to mystical Chile, fascinating Ethiopia to raw and rugged Alaska, these are the places you need to start plotting into your calendars for the trip of a lifetime.

Six new luxurious hotels set to open in 2018

Here’s a tip: get there before everybody else!
Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka

Why? A new super-scenic train journey from Colombo to Jaffna has just relaunched, not to mention the amounts of fabulous resorts that are cropping up everywhere.

Tell me more: Go leopard spotting on safari in Yala National Park, watch spinner dolphins leap about in Kalpitiya, or get lost in the Dambulla Buddha caves, which are filled with Buddha statues.

See the world’s greatest places in one month on a flying cruise

That is when you’re not exploring the architecture of Galle, trekking past lush green tea plantations, or blissfully doing nothing at all on the country’s golden beaches.


Why? It’s now easier to reach than ever thanks to new direct flights from London and Melbourne.

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

15 indonesia next travel destination

1. There’s chaotic Jakarta

“The old town of Batavia will transport you to Indonesia’s Dutch colonial past while the fashionable Menteng district is a hive of live music venues, exclusive restaurants and hip hotels,” he added. “World-renowned restaurants, bars and nightclubs perch on top of towering skyscrapers, while shoppers can choose from dozens of gargantuan shopping malls.” 
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2. The dragons of Komodo

The world’s largest lizards exist on just five Indonesian islands - Komodo, Rinca, Flores, Gili Motang, and Padar. They are truly fearsome, weighing up to 150lbs and possessing toxic bites, allowing them to hunt and kill far bigger animals – even humans.
Komodo dragons: daunting
Komodo dragons: daunting

3. The adventure playground of Sumatra

Named one of Telegraph Travel’s top 20 places to visit back in 2014, lesser-visited Sumatra is a wild and beautiful hotspot for adventure. 
“Most visitors head to see the orang-utan of Bukit Lawang,” wrote Guyan Mitra at the time, “and the army of vigilante elephants which are commissioned to protect the northern rainforest of Tangkahan (seriously). You can join them for their dawn lake-shore bath, and scrub their nails before the morning patrol. Topped off with a cup of strong Sumatran coffee, there are few better ways to start a day."
Sumatra: wild
Sumatra: wild
“The seriously intrepid should consider a trip to Kerinci Seblat, the biggest national park on the island, where you may get to see tigers and the Sumatran rhino, if you’re lucky. Creature comforts are few, but the rewards are high. There’s also hiking across the lunar craters of the volcanoes of Berastagi, lakeside lounging in Danau Toba, diving with whale sharks in Pulau Weh, and surfing off the Mentawaii Islands and Pulau Nias.”

4. World class diving

Nowhere in the world offers better diving than the Coral Triangle, an area of the Pacific Ocean that includes the waters around Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Timor Leste and the Solomon Islands. One of the best ways to explore it is on a liveaboard boat around the Raja Ampat Islands in Indonesia's West Papua province. Divers will find 75 per cent of all the world’s know coral species, and up to 2,000 species of reef fish.

5. The temples and mountains of Java

It might be the most populous island in the world, with around 140 million residents, but Java has plenty of places to escape the crush. There are 12 national parks to explore – including Unesco-listed Ujung Kulon – and volcanoes – including Bromo and Merapi – to hike up.
Hikers on Bromo
Hikers on Bromo Credit: ANTARA FOTO
Java is also home to the world’s biggest Buddhish temple, Borobudur, with its intricate lattice stupas set among paddy fields.  It’s often crowded, so consider lesser-known sites such as Pawon, Mendut, Plaosan Lor and Kalasan, which retain an air of contemplation and peace.
Borobudur Credit: BigGabig

6. The backpacker haven of Bali

“This is one of very few islands that manage to combine spirituality and hedonism; visitors can witness coming-of-age ceremonies, as well as enjoy sundowners, first-rate dining and chic shopping,” says Telegraph Travel’s Michelle Jana Chan. “At Ubud, the island’s cultural capital, there are frequent musical and dance performances, as well as galleries selling woodcarving, silverware, textiles, paintings and sculpture. There is trekking around terraced rice fields and two volcanoes in the north, Agung and Batur. Bali Barat National Park is a haven for deer, boar and macaques, and the offshore Menjangan Island has dive sites with schools of batfish, giant trevally and jacks.”

7. With its incredible hotels

8. And Lombok – Bali without the crowds

Millions of people visit Bali each year seeking a beach paradise, but they may do better looking about 30 miles east, to the lesser-known island of Lombok, known for its good surf, spectacular beaches and mountainous interior, or the neighbouring Gili Islands, ringed by coral reefs. 
Lombok Credit: pablitoos - Fotolia
“Until recently the Gili Islands were mainly visited by backpackers paying £10 a night for simple beach accommodation,” wrote Michelle Jana Chan back in 2012. “Now the biggest island, Gili Trawangan, is going upmarket with the opening of villa resorts, eco-lodges and spa retreats. But there is still a bohemian feel: instead of cars and motorcycles, local transport is by bicycle or horse-drawn carts called cidomos.”

9. There's the indigenous tribes of Kalimantan

“The wild island of Borneo (of which Kalimantan makes up around two thirds) has enchanted adventurers since the days of the Victorian explorers,” says Michelle Jana Chan. “Today, little has diluted that raw experience, and among its attractions are rainforests, indigenous tribes and the orang-utans of Tanjung Puting National Park.”

10. South-east Asia’s biggest national park

Lorentz, a Unesco World Heritage site on the island of Papua, is vast – covering 9,674 square miles – and home to a huge array of ecosystems, including mangroves, rainforest, alpine tundra and equatorial glaciers. Its highest point, Puncak Jaya, is the tallest mountain between the Himalayas and the Andes.
There are 123 mammalian species and 630 species of bird, including many that are endemic to the region. But much of the park remains unexplored – so scientists believe more are waiting to be discovered.

11. The ‘Paris of the East’

This sobriquet has been applied to numerous cities, including Bandung, on the island of Java. Its cooler climate makes it a popular weekend destination for residents of Jakarta; expect an array of fashionable boutiques and a surprisingly large number of Art Deco buildings.
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12. And the cultural hub of Yogyakarta

Java’s second city, Yogyakarta, is the cultural and spiritual hub with all-night shadow-puppet performances, concerts and art exhibitions. It is also the best base for exploring the aforementioned Borobudur and the vast Hindu temple complex of Prambanan, with its principal temples dedicated to Vishnu, Shiva and Brahma and hundreds of surrounding shrines.

13. There are more temples than you could visit in a lifetime

Borobudur and Prambanan are best known, but there are literally hundreds of others, big and small. Bali is home to some of the most picturesque, including Tanah Lot, perched on a sea stack, and Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, which appears to float on a lake.

14. One of the world’s most spectacular lighthouses

This 12-storey gem was built by the Dutch in 1882 on the little island of Lengkuas. It can be reached by boat from Tanjung Kelayang on the island of Pulau Belitung.
Lengkuas Credit: ALAMY

15. It’s green

51 per cent of Indonesia is forest, making it one of the world’s greenest countries

16. And it’s cheap

Price surveys frequently attest to Indonesia’s suitability for budget travel. According to the website Numbeo, its Cost of Living Index (which takes into account the price of accommodation, restaurant meals, taxi fares and leisure activities) is 36.33, putting it ahead of south-east Asian rivals Thailand (40.2), Myanmar (51.57), Cambodia (47.29) and Vietnam (39.5). And when it comes to the cost of food and drink its beaches are among the world’s cheapest.