Monday, 11 November 2013

Web Designer & Developers Dubai

Dubai is coming back and lots of companies are getting into web design & development business again and introducing web design, web development, mobile app development services but one thing to notice is that there is huge price gap between these companies.

Some are offering services at affordable price and some are at very high price but still they are getting good business so it means that there are companies willing to invest with their online identity and they are back into business.

Few days ago i meet with some of the web app developers in Dubai working with different companies like

elixiredge.com
gulfideas.com
bluebeetle.me
tornado.ae
webchannel.ae

In coming days i am going to meet some of SugarCRM developers in Dubai and after that i am planing to meet and share ideas with Drupal developers in Dubai and with some other middle east countries.

Thursday, 3 January 2013

New Year Welcome in Dubai Down Town, Burj Khalifa Fireworks


Year 2013 Observation



Here is one STAT: Year 2013 is the first since 1987 to have four different numbers(digits). :)

We will open the book. Its pages are blank. We are going to put words on them ourselves. The book is called Opportunity and its first chapter is New Year's Day.”
HAPPY NEW YEAR :)

Wednesday, 2 January 2013

9 Interesting Confusions



1. Can u cry under water?
2. Do fishes ever get thirsty?
3. Why don't birds fall of trees when they sleep?
4. Why is it called building when it is already built?
5. When they say dogs food is new and improved, who tastes it?
6. "I Love You" is not a question then why does it need an answer?
7. Why does round pizza come in a square box?
8. Why doesn't glue stick to its bottle?
9. If money doesn't grow on trees then why do banks have branches?.............. xP

Monday, 18 June 2012

Hands-on With Microsoft’s Tablet: Plenty of Surface, Not Much Depth [PICS]

Windows Chief Steve Sinofsky 
 Sinofsky demonstrates just how easy it is to watch video hands-free with the Surface's kickstand.




The Lineup
Microsoft Surface comes in a couple different flavors: regular and pro.

Spot Steve Ballmer
The Microsoft CEO is hiding in the audience in this picture.

Ballmer on Stage
The Microsoft chief wraps up the presentation portion of the event.
 

Behind the scenes
Microsoft Surface employees demonstrate the new tablet.


Want to hold it?
Media were allowed to touch the Surface for a brief moment.


Quality casing
Microsoft custom designed every part of the Surface's construction to a matter of microns.


The Touch Cover
Here's the regular cover with barely raised felt keys and trackpad.


Under the Cover
Though it looks simple, the slim keyboard cover is made of seven layers.


Surface with Cover
Here's what the blue cover looks like.


Pro Cover
This shot gives you a sense of just how thin it is.


Surface view
We got to see a lot of this homescreen.


Up close ... 


... and PowerPoint.
A preview of the Microsoft Office favorite, 2013 version.



Light enough
The Surface balances on one hand.


Behind the Barrier
This is as close as the video guys were allowed to get.


On a Pedestal
The varieties of Surface Touch Covers on display.


Media scrum
Members of the press swarm each demonstration table.


Stage show
This set was pretty neat.


Read More at Mashable all of the pictures are taken from mashable and all credit goes to Mashable

EURO 2012 Fun, Latest EURO 2012 Pictures with Fun















Pictures are collected from different website and blogs and credit goes to those blogs and websites and thanks for all of the website and blogs.

EURO 2012: WAYNE ROONEY WILL KEEP COOL, SAYS ROY HODGSON

I trust Roo! Hodgson backs returning England star to shine in the lion's den

England boss Roy Hodgson is confident the returning Wayne Rooney will keep his cool in England's make-or-break clash.

His team face what is effectively an away game in Donetsk on Tuesday night, taking on the co-hosts of Euro 2012.

They need only a draw against Ukraine to secure a place in the last eight, but know giving anything less than their best will see them come unstuck in front of a vociferous and partisan crowd.

Theo Walcott has recovered from his hamstring strain in one boost for Hodgson.

Confident: Boss Roy Hodgson speaks to Wayne Rooney, Andy Carroll and Steven Gerrard

In the spotlight: England's players leave after inspecting the pitch at the Donbass Arena

And he confirmed that Rooney will start against the co-hosts after being unavailable for the opening two matches against France and Sweden through suspension.

But he has no fears about Rooney's self-control in what will be his first start since playing for Manchester United five weeks ago.

Hodgson said: 'I am not concerned about Wayne going over the top. It is a good point to make but I am sure other people apart from myself will be keen to remind him what we want is a good team performance.

Bring it on: England fans are counting down to the big game in Donetsk

Smiles better: Rooney can't wait to get back out on the pitch with England

Fighting fit: Theo Walcott (bottom) takes a snap after recovering from his hamstring injury

'We want him to help us win a game of football. I have been very impressed with his attitude in training and I have no fears about him.

'People say he may be ring rusty but from what I have seen he is every bit as sharp as when he played his last game for Manchester United.'

England need only a point to reach the last eight but Hodgson is refusing to look further than the testing encounter.



He said: 'We have already seen some good teams go out of this tournament. We have given ourselves a chance of going through but guarantees do not exist.

'The team believe in themselves and if the performances have increased expectations then that's good. But we are not getting carried away and know we've got a difficult test tomorrow evening.'

Hodgson knows England will have to overcome a passionate atmosphere in the Donbass Stadium but believes his players have the experience to cope with such a challenge.

'The players in this squad all play for top clubs, play in the Champions League, play in these sort of matches all the time," he added. 'We know the fans will be right behind the Ukraine but our players are capable of dealing with such challenges.'

The squad were forced to conduct their final session before flying out for game in Krakow rather than at the Donbass Arena, with the stadium's pitch having taken a battering during the thunderstorm that briefly called a halt to France's 2-0 win over Ukraine on Friday.

With the rest of the squad when they boarded the flight from near their Polish base was Walcott, a good sign for the midfielder who undertook extra training on Monday in a bit to be fit for the match.

The Arsenal winger had appeared to tweak his hamstring during Friday's 3-2 win over France but was able to continue what was a game-changing display that saw him come off the bench to equalise and set up the winning goal.

That put him in contention to start on Tuesday but Hodgson hinted he would not take a chance with Walcott unless he could be sure the 23-year-old would not break down during the game.

Hodgson told BBC Radio Five Live: 'Whether he is a real contender for a starting position will depend upon what the medical people can tell me and how much guarantee they can give me that if I do start him he won't be leaving the field after five minutes, forcing us to have 13 men rather than the 14 I would rather count on.'

Ref [Daily Mail]