Monthly Archives: January 2009

News Break: Visualize Pakistan’s news

“Humans can quickly understand the relative position of the different entities and their relationships in a picture. Interface designers can capitalize on this by shifting some of the cognitive load of information retrieval to the perceptual system. By appropriately coding … Continue reading

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C# Windows Service for sending text messages (SMS) from a cell phone

Last year we (the TeaBreak team) thought of holding a Hi-Tea event for bloggers in Pakistan. We agreed that it would a nice idea to ask bloggers RSVP online so that we can keep things in order. The event went … Continue reading

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Complexity classes for algorithmic computation

In computer science, algorithmic computation ranges in a wide array of application including Databases, Query evaluation, Tree algorithms, mathematical computations, Sorting and searching algorithms and so on. The base of the theory is the limited space-time resource available to execute … Continue reading

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