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Monday, December 31, 2007

Zeitgeist


 Last night I watched a film/documentary called "ZeitGeist" which shook me. It puts forth a whole bunch of truths that no one ever knew. I wont say its completely true but it is one of the possibilities. But if it true, then we have something to really worry about.

Then again,  these days you cannot believe anything that you watch.

It has three parts (from wikipedia) :

Part I: The Greatest Story Ever Told Part I evaluates Christian beliefs established in the Bible and critiques the historicity of the Bible. In furtherance of the Jesus myth hypothesis, this part argues that the historical Jesus is a literary and astrological hybrid, [5] and that the Bible is based on astrological principles documented by many ancient civilizations, especially pertaining to movement of the sun through the sky and stars.

Part II: All The World's a Stage Part II asserts that the United States was warned about the impending September 11, 2001 attacks, that NORAD was purposely confused through wargames to allow the planes to reach their targets, and that the World Trade Center buildings underwent a controlled demolition. Additionally, the film argues that six of the named hijackers are still alive, that Hani Hanjour could not have flown Flight 77 into the Pentagon, that the Bush Administration covered up the truth in the 9/11 Commission Report, and that the mainstream media has failed to ask important questions about the official account.

Part III: Don't Mind The Men Behind The Curtain Part III asserts that the powerful bankers of the world have been conspiring for world domination and increased power. According to the documentary, the rich of society have been using their wealth to increase financial panic and foster a consolidation of independent competing banks. The film details the Theory of Electronic Conspiracy that the Federal Reserve System, the central banking system of the United States , was created in order to steal the wealth of the nation. It showcases the amount of money that has been made by these rich few during World War I, World War II, the Vietnam War and now the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. It describes the goal of these bankers as world power over a completely controllable public. [2]



Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Christmas Shopping

Tonight, I bought some really cool winter-wear for my family. A really cool swear shirt for myself too :)
I have never bought stuff for my whole family at once. This is the first time that I am doing such a thing. And I tell you it feels so good to buy something for your loved ones. Lets see if they like the gifts or ?

BTW, Tomorrow I am going to Sonu-nigam's Concert in the Microsoft's Annual meeting here in HITEX. My friend "Mr. Amit Almighty" is taking me along. I am sure to have loads and loads of fun!

Insideview 2.7 - SFDC Sync data picklist

On Saturday, we deployed the V2.7 of IV. The Major attraction of this release is SFDC SyncData picklist which Jerome and I worked on. It was one heck of a learning experience for me in every way. I had to toil to learn JavaBeans, Forms, Action classes and what not! I even wrote some JSP code!

I created two seamlessly syncing functionalities for Leads and Accounts in SFDC. It involved querying IV and SFDC data and showing them side by side and letting the user pick the fields that he wants to sync with his SFDC Lead/Account. The UI that Jerome has put in place just blows your mind. It is amazing what a simple javascript and CSS can do! Full credits to Jerome on this!

The release went great and passed rigorous testing. So far no major bugs have been logged which makes this release so special as all the releases I previously worked on needed patches :)

BOTTOM LINE: I am now becoming confident in my Java/J2EE skills. And Hard work always pays off!

Tuesday, December 04, 2007

The other side of Hitech City





 
I went for jogging the other day. And I thought I would show you the other side of Madapur. This has got to be the best place in whole of hyderabad.
 
  I dont know if you will believe me but this is in the hitech city.
 



Monday, December 03, 2007

InsideView at Formula One

Some More Pix!

The Crazy CEO

The guy in the picture is our CEO. He is a Formula One racer and pulled off the fastest lap in Thunderhill Formula One race  (out of 200+ drivers, including some pros, in 75 cars). Now, that is the guy I wannabe. Amazing stuff isnt it?


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