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    • Solved question paper for Sub Inspector Computer Examination November 23, 2017
      Share0 Share +10 Tweet0 Pin0 Share0 Show your love! Share this page! The solved question paper for Sub Inspector Computer examination is published. Also the better news is that you can download the solved paper as PDF file if you need.The exam was conducted on 24 Kartik 2074 BS by Public Service Commission. This solved […] The post Solved question paper for […]
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    • Read and Test History of Computers including Nepal with ICT Trends November 2, 2017
      Finally, we completed the study of History of computers. We present the study flow for the history of computers in three sections - early computing, electromechanical and electronic computers and history of computers in Nepal.To ease your learning and assure with self-test through MCQ Questions, ICT Trends presents chapter pages and MCQ pages. Final, y […] T […]
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    • Download PDF for History Chapter & MCQ Page October 27, 2017
      As promised, here I offer the PDF downloads of chapter text and MCQ page for History of Computers: Notes & Explanation Part 2. Please visit respective links below.Yesterday after publishing the second part of History page, we went to Bota for a refreshment to kids. They loved the time spent there.Well, Bota simply Mo:Mo - […] The post Download PDF for Hi […]
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    • History of Computers Part 2 Published October 26, 2017
      Hi guys, I was working on the layout and web page speed the last couple of days. That’s why there was no content update. Anyway, now the webpage loading time is pretty satisfactory (though not as much to boast) and it looks comfortable on the desktop, laptop, tablet and mobile screens. To present good content, […] The post History of Computers Part 2 Publish […]
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    • ICT Trends Lessons Started with Fundamentals October 25, 2017
      Hi friends, As you can see now, ICT Trends, with its all vigor, restarted. We’ve begun with Fundamentals of Computers chapter. I know, it’s going to take really long time to complete this site, but I believe as much the content is presented here, it will be truly useful to anybody preparing competitive jobs exams. […] The post ICT Trends Lessons Started with […]
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    • ICT Trends Restructured And Relaunched October 20, 2017
      It was quite long, ever since MCQ Sets started, this site remained inactive. One reason was Google penalty (that was what I suspected) and another was new findings and learning by making mistakes. The third reason was my attempted to dedicate a separate website for the candidates and students to help themselves, to share and […] The post ICT Trends Restructu […]
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GetResponse Email Marketing Solution – Awesome for affiliate marketing

This GetResponse review offers the strength and weaknesses of this popular email marketing solution along with comparison with it’s competitors.

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10 Ignored But Simple Ways to Boost Your Blog Traffic

Making content reachable to the target audiences is no walk in the park. There is a lot of competition out there, you with your tiny – though valuable – little

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what is semaphore??? | Operating Systems | ICT Trends

what is semaphore???

Semaphore is essentially a kind of locking mechanism that help us achieve synchronization and mutual exclusion while building concurrent programs.

A semaphore is a programming construct that helps us achieve concurrency, by implementing both synchronization and mutual exclusion. Semaphores are of two types, Binary and Counting.

A semaphore has two parts : a counter, and a list of tasks waiting to access a particular resource. A semaphore performs two operations : wait (P) [this is like acquiring a lock], and release (V)[ similar to releasing a lock] – these are the only two operations that one can perform on a semaphore. In a binary semaphore, the counter logically goes between 0 and 1. You can think of it as being similar to a lock with two values : open/closed. A counting semaphore has multiple values for count.

What is important to understand is that the semaphore counter keeps track of the number of tasks that do not have to block, i.e., they can make progress. Tasks block, and add themselves to the semaphore’s list only when the counter is zero. Therefore, a task gets added to the list in the P() routine if it cannot progress, and “freed” using the V() routine.

Now, it is fairly obvious to see how binary semaphores can be used to solve synchronization and mutual exclusion – they are essentially locks. [Ref]

Note: This topic is bit higher level than required for Computer Operator Examination of PSC

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Wonder how I access and Manage my VPS? These are the simple tools!

Once you buy VPS to host your Blog, you need a few tools so that you can access and manage it comfortably. In this post, I briefly discuss about the basics of VPS and reveal the tools I’m using to access and manage my VPS. You are welcome to join the discussion and offer some recommendations if you have.

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To host your blogs, having your own VPS offers some enticing benefits over the hindrances in shared hosting (see Why I switched from HostGator shared account to DigitalOcean VPS). Economical, Total control over your blog, flexibility and scalability, dedicated IP address (free from bad neighborhood) are some of the startling benefits you can’t ignore.

 

Setting up some of these tools in your PC is a comfort while accessing and managing your VPS (Virtual Private Server). This is an attempt to let you know it earlier before you draw wrong conclusion that managing VPS is an impossible task!  For this post, I assume you are a complete novice entering into the VPS and Linux world very recently. I hope it will help you to be aware of the tools you need to manage and monitor your VPS remotely.

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HostGator to DigitalOcean – Why & How for WordPress Blog

Finally successful to move my wordpress blogs from shared hosting of HostGator to DigitalOcean VPS hosting. Find here why and how I did the migration.

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I used ‪#‎HostGatgor‬ for quite long time and always believed that I selected the best hosting provider. I’m sure many of you too are proud to use HostGator or BlueHost or any other shared hosting. But are you aware of following fact? I heard about VPS but it was always out of my list thinking it is expensive and complicated to mange. I don’t know about Linux and no idea to installing and configuring servers. Now I use ‪#‎DigitalOcean‬ an unmanaged VPS server for $10/month (this is same as Baby Plan in HostGator, isn’t it? I choose the plan because I already have 3 blogs to host but you can start with $5 plan. Click the link below to read my story and make better decision – Do you still need to continue using shared hosting? http://bivori.com/hostgator-to-digitalocean/

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Filming in Nepal – Introduction ~ bivori

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This blog the first comprehensive guide for foreign filmmakers for filming in Nepal.

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Through the course of this blog, I’ll present the general information and introduction to the Ministry of Information and Communication, Film Development Board, the country Nepal, Historical and Archaeological places, National Parks and Conservation Areas. I will describe the process and procedure of obtaining filming permit, documents required to produce while applying for permit, and every ins and outs of filming in Nepal. Finally, I’ll also present the list of local agencies that can act as coordinator for you.

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Conceptual Database Model – MCQ Sets

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While developing a new (software) system or upgrading an existing one (to automate any organization), there requires creating new software applications at the frontend and a well designed database at the backend. Any success of the modern enterprise critically rely on the ability to design databases and associated software.

This post describes conceptual database model in the context of software development life cycle and database design. It defines, explains and lists the features of conceptual database mode.

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A conceptual data model is a summary-level data model that is most often used on strategic data projects. In simple words, it is the most simple representation of database you are going to develop. It typically describes an entire enterprise.  Due to its highly abstract nature, it may be referred to as a conceptual model.

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