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When was the last time you came across a beautiful quote for which you wanted to generate a cool image, but struggled to find a quick and easy way to create one?

Solution for Slow Wireless Internet Connection Speed Problem in Ubuntu

Did FBI insert backdoor code inside the OpenBSD’s cryptography framework? The details of an allegation made public about the open source code of one of the most secure operating systems being manipulated at the insistence of FBI.

What would happen when all the secure transactions, RSA algorithms, encrypted data would fail with the arrival of the first quantum computer? How would securely transmitting sensitive information and encrypting data be handled in an Internet full of Quantum Computers? Read about the wonderful world of Quantum Computing and Quantum Security in the most non-technical form possible.

I came across this scenario more than a year back, and again today the same scenario is back, but no answers yet, and hence posting the same thoughts again While writing a piece of software I got this thought about a feature that could be provided in programming languages (at least I am not aware [...]

While writing a piece of software I got this thought about a feature that could be provided in programming languages (at least I am not aware of any language which has this feature) Usually when we want to assign a value of a variable “a” to another variable say “b” all we do is write [...]

The power of open source is that it is not proprietary and is available to all, modifiable by all which constantly increases the quality of the product and moreover is a symbol of independence from monopolistic proprietary standards. Moreover, in the commercial software you have to upgrade as and when new releases are available else [...]

Implementation of IDisposable interface in C# to call the Dispose method which should be used to deallocate all allocated objects by the class. Use of SuppressFinalize to prevent calling of Finalize method.

Garbage collection in Microsoft.Net. Memory allocation for managed objects in the heap. Strong and weak references.

The difference between ADDR and OFFSET in assembly language programming is the scope of the variables referred ie local or global.