Nice infographic from Rackspace on the history of programming languages:
Archive for the ‘General’ Category
Posted by decipherinfosys on July 28, 2011
Posted by decipherinfosys on May 31, 2010
We wish all of our readers in the US a very Happy Memorial Day. For those readers who are not familiar with this holiday, here is the wikipedia link:
Posted by decipherinfosys on January 26, 2009
While talking to one of our advisors today, he pointed out an article on the top 17 mistakes that start ups make. These were written by John Osher and are an eye opener for any start up. You can read them over here:
Posted by decipherinfosys on January 1, 2009
We wish everyone a very peaceful and prosperous New Year. May all your dreams and aspirations come true in a wonderful way this year…and always.
Best Wishes from the Decipher Team.
Posted by decipherinfosys on December 24, 2008
From all of us at Decipher Information Systems, we wish you and your loved ones a very Merry Christmas. We wish that all your dreams and aspirations come true in a wonderful way this coming year…and always.
Best Wishes to all of you.
Posted by decipherinfosys on December 17, 2008
We are sure that all of you already know about the security issues that were reported day before yesterday related to all versions of IE. MSFT has stated that they will be releasing a patch for it today. The patch will become available today at 1:00 P.M. US EST. You can download it from either the MSFT Update site or from the MSFT Download Center.
Posted by decipherinfosys on November 27, 2008
To all our readers in the USA, we wish you and your loved ones a very Happy Thanksgiving. For the non-US readers, here is a small snippet (from Wikipedia) explaining this tradition:
The First Thanksgiving
The first American Thanksgiving was celebrated in 1621, to commemorate the harvest reaped by the Plymouth Colony after a harsh winter. In that year Governor William Bradford proclaimed a day of thanksgiving. The colonists celebrated it as a traditional English harvest feast, to which they invited the local Wampanoag Indians.
Days of thanksgiving were celebrated throughout the colonies after fall harvests. All thirteen colonies did not, however, celebrate Thanksgiving at the same time until October 1777. George Washington was the first president to declare the holiday, in 1789.
A New National Holiday
By the mid–1800s, many states observed a Thanksgiving holiday. Meanwhile, the poet and editor Sarah J. Hale had begun lobbying for a national Thanksgiving holiday. During the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln, looking for ways to unite the nation, discussed the subject with Hale. In 1863 he gave his Thanksgiving Proclamation, declaring the last Thursday in November a day of thanksgiving.
In 1939, 1940, and 1941 Franklin D. Roosevelt, seeking to lengthen the Christmas shopping season, proclaimed Thanksgiving the third Thursday in November. Controversy followed, and Congress passed a joint resolution in 1941 decreeing that Thanksgiving should fall on the fourth Thursday of November, where it remains.