Monday, June 9, 2014

How Microsoft has impacted my life and how i plan to bring a change to the society being a Microsoft Student Associate

How Microsoft has impacted my life and how i plan to bring a change to the society being a Microsoft Student Associate?

Where It all started....
When i born, nobody know that i will become so mad on "COMPUTERS". It all started when i first saw a computer at my uncle's house at the age of three or four[period of 1998 to 1999]. He is an IT professional. He asked me to tell some rhymes at some unknown black stuff, now known as "MICROPHONE" and then he played back it. On listening it, I thought he has done some "Abracadabra". I asked him how he done that. Then he explained me in a simple way. That ignited my craziness for COMPUTER. He asked me to learn computer at a center and  said "you can also do whatever you like".

My first computer course

My first computer was Microsoft's most famous product "Microsoft Office". They taught me word processing, Spreadsheets and PowerPoint. As a child, i got focused on   Power
Point which enabled me to create wonders. But one thing struck my mind.. "how does a machine does all these stuff?". That question stumbled upon my mind and i cant resist with that.. i went to the instructor and asked him "how do this machine does this?".... He said "you need to know more things to understand this.. it will take a long period to know the whole stuff"..

The instructor understood me and started teaching me. But he struggled with me a lot because he cant answer all my questions. He called my parents and said about my eagerness. He told them to engage him with all kinds of technologies.

Windows XP
Then my uncle showed me the next wonder, the unbeatable os ever windows xp. After seeing windows 98, windows xp was awesome. The user interface and the highly responsive GUI made me more attached with computer. Then started my journey of learning and applying....
After that my path went on to development started programming at sixth standard.

Programming and Hardware
When i went on learning programming, i got little distracted with the PC hardware. Then temporarily, my eagerness transferred to Hardware. Then i carried on my journey changing the track to hardware. Then i started learning hardware and expertise to the extent i can assemble PC's. At that point, i thought "why i have to do one thing which is already rocking. why don't i create the next rocking one. Then, i started learning programming languages. This is the turning point of my life. I started innovating instead of renovating.

My First Microsoft Certification
Then i finished my higher secondary and i was damn sure that my career will be programming. So i chose to do Computer Science  and Engineering. I got an opportunity to learn .NET, most efficient development framework. The most i liked was the visual studio ide... the tool of this millennium. I want to say "hats off" to the team that developed Visual studio. What a perfection... one cannot find a single bug in it. I think it is the best ever tool that has been developed. Then I got passed through successfully my first Microsoft  certification "Microsoft certified Technology Specialist[MCTS]". I feel very proud that i am a Microsoft Certified  Professional.

The next stEP.....

I want take Microsoft's wonders to a greater extent. Microsoft has taken a lot of steps for educating people with new technologies. The Microsoft's next big thing "AZURE", the cloud platform to all,... Making a high end technology available to all at lowest costs. These steps clearly shows that Microsoft is a organisation that does not runs beyond money. It aims more than that... that is technology for all.
It delivers high end technologies to all people at ease. This made me to think why i can't be a part of it.. Microsoft answered me this question with the Microsoft Student Associate...

Why i want to be a Microsoft Student Associate?
I want to take part of Microsoft's initiative to deliver technology to all the people. I am not going to stop with making people technology lovers.. i want to make them creators of new technologies..
To make this vision to reality, i am going to share my knowledge with the help of Microsoft and its extra-ordinary products. 
Awaiting to serve the people with knowledge holding hands with Microsoft..

Meet You all soon as a Microsoft Student Associate!!!!!

Tuesday, August 27, 2013



  • Water resistant
  • HD Voice
  • Good video camera
  • Stunning music quality


  • Non removable battery
  • Software bugs
The Android Jelly Bean-toting (albeit only 4.1) Sony Xperia Z comes with some of the best specs on the market - and it's one of the most eagerly awaited handsets of recent months. Launching before the HTC One or Samsung Galaxy S4, Sony is clearly hoping to steal an early march on its competitors.
And the early signs it will do so are promising: a quad-core 1.5GHz Snaprdragon Krait processor, 13MP camera, 16GB storage (expandable, woohoo!), 2GB RAM, water and dust-resistant, 1080p HD screen with Bravia Engine, LTE, to name a few.
One thing the Sony Xperia Z certainly does have in common with every other smartphone out there is the fact that it attracts fingerprints. You'll struggle to keep it clean all day long.
If you're coming from something like a Samsung Galaxy S3, it'll feel similar, if a little larger, in terms of size: the Sony Xperia Z rocks in at 139 x 71 x 7.9mm/5.47 x 2.79 x 0.31 inches, so there's little room for anything else in your hands.
Coming from something smaller like, say, an iPhone 5, you'll certainly notice the difference. But it's amazing how quickly you'll adapt.

The front of the Sony Xperia Z is minimalist - showing off only a Sony logo and front-facing camera. The rear is a little busier, with various tech info printed on it, plus the Sony Xperia logo, an NFC badge, camera light and the all-important lens. That back is stuck fast - as is becoming the custom, you'll have no luck if you want to remove the battery.

Monday, August 26, 2013


The ThinkPad X1 Carbon is a high-end notebook computer released by Lenovo in 2012. The ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch features a multitouch enabled screen in order to take more effective advantage of Microsoft's touch-optimized Windows 8 operating system.
The X1 Carbon features a solid-state drive (SSD) instead of a hard drive. The base model has 4 gigabytes of memory, an Intel Core i5-3317U processor, and a 128-gigabyte SSD. The most expensive model has an Intel Core i7 processor and a 256-gigabyte SSD. The X1 Carbon requires the use of a dongle to access wired ethernet and some models include 3G cellular modems.
The X1 Carbon has a 14-inch screen with a resolution of 1600 by 900 pixels. The X1 Carbon weights 1.35 kilograms and measures 12.8 inches by 8.94 inches by 0.68 inches (at its thickest). The X1 Carbon's case is made of light carbon-fiber and has a matte black finish.
In a review published for CNET, Dan Ackerman wrote, "At first glance, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon looks a lot like other ThinkPads, but in the hand it stands out as very light and portable. The excellent keyboard shows up other ultrabooks, and the rugged build quality is reassuring. With a slightly boosted battery and maybe a lower starting price, this could be a serious contender for my all-around favorite thin laptop."
In another review for CNET, Nicholas Aaron Khoo wrote, "For this geek, there are many things to like about this 14-inch Ultrabook when it comes to usability when traveling on economy class. These include the backlit and spill-resistant keyboard, side-positioned ports, nice viewing angles, TrackPoint (which not everyone likes), nicely implemented touchpad and biometric login. Unlike it's [sic] poorer cousin, the Lenovo IdeaPad U410, it is able to go into hibernate mode without having the user jump through hoops to enable it."

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Dell INSPIRON 15 3521 review

                REVIEW OF DELL INSPIRON 15 3521

I bought Dell inspiron 15 3521 last week @ 37000. Today i am gonna write about its perfomance.

!Available only  in matte black
       Processor: intel core i3 3227u
       windows 8
       2 usb 2.0 and 2 usb 3.0
        1 hdmi port
       optical drive

 Regarding its perfomance i have to say its a perfect everyday laptop. Its battery is added pro to it as it lasts nearly 6 to 7 hours. thanks to the  intel's ultrabook processor on a everyday laptop. It easily manages all the applications. 
build and design

dell has done a great job on design... its build quality is extraordinary. you may wonder about its slimness...(ya.. me too wondered about that at the first sight)... at just 1 inch thick, even looks like an ultrabook.
its perfect for portability...
but the only pit in the design part is that its outer body attracts handprints. this is the only mess i had find about this one...
  • build quality
  • long battery backup
  • easily portable
  • nice and responsive keyboard and touchpad
  • 1 year accidental cover
  • comes with 15 month subscription of mcafee antivirus

  • attracts fingerprint
  • no vga port
In my view its a perfect laptop who likes to buy a laptop @ a budget rate and with a good config and design..

Saturday, August 17, 2013