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How to install Ruby on Rails (ROR) in Ubuntu Linux

      There are a lot of posts out there to install Ruby on Rails in Linux and Windows which are not clear explained. The reason is that latest version of Ruby and Gem are causing some issues due to which we are not able to use Rails. So I have given simple steps… Read More »

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MOVERIO BT-100 – Portable Virtual Reality Glasses from EPSON

             We already saw some of the virtual headsets such as cinemizer OLED and Oculus Rift. MOVERIO BT-100 is yet another VR headset running on Android v2.2 which gives a great cinematic experience. MOVERIO BT-100 is equipped with advanced see-through lenses which makes the user to see the digital screen of the VR… Read More »

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Linked List in C- Insert Node at Start of the Linked List

DATA STRUCTURES IN C – LINKED LIST (20 PROGRAMS) Try DATA STRUCTURES IN C – LINKED LIST (20 PROGRAMS) Linked List in C- Insert Node at Start of the Linked List :            Linked List is a data structure which is used to store and retrieve data. Consider the following image.  … Read More »

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Social Mobile Apps for Indian General Election 2014

      The internet was once a craze among people. Now it has become very much common. With the internet spread all over the world, the idea of social networking in internet came in picture. Social Networking created a great platform for every one including small-scale to large-scale industries. People were able to build… Read More »

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Milliarcsecond to Degree Conversion and Degree (Decimal Format) to DMS (degree/minute/second) for Latitude/Longitude Conversion

Milliarcsecond to Degree (Latitude and Longitude) Degree (for both Latitude and Longitude) = Milliarcsecond  value/3600000   Milliarcsecond  Range Latitude Range   :   -324,000,000 to +324,000,000 Longitude Range:   -648,000,000 to +648,000,000 Degree Range (Decimal Format) Latitude Range   :   -90 to +90 Longitude Range:   -180 to +180 Degree (Decimal Format) to DMS (degree/minute/second) Format Degree=int(Degree)… Read More »

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