Showing posts with label Mubi's. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Mubi's. Show all posts

Monday, April 6, 2015

How to Pass PMP?

You can pass PMP Exam, but don't take it easy. You have to study and pratice hard. You need to have a motivation to do it.

Following is how i passed my PMP exam. I already had Prince 2 and IPMA Level-D certification and a lot of experince. But some that could cause you trouble if you are doing things differently other than as per PMI recommendations. Your competency will tested as per PMI rules. So you will need lot of time to practice to pass exam. Its just like a driving test, no matter how good driver you are but you have to 100% follow the rules of driving to pass the driving test.

You should try to accomplish following in 2-3 months.

Read PMBOK latest edition (at least read twice) 
Read Rita's latest edition (at least read twice)
Create notes

Take Project Management Course (it will give you 32 credit hours you need, plus good training)
Read any other PMP books or material of your choice
update noets

*** Register for exam

Read PMBOK latest edition (re read once again) 
Read Rita's latest edition (re read once again)

Take online exam simulation 
(first take exam by sections to find out where you need to put more effort, then take full exams, at least take 5 full exams, you must take overall 70% to be sure you will pass)

Exam week...

Read PMBOK latest edition (re read once again) 
Read Rita's latest edition (re read once again)
Read your notes

One day break, have a good sleep the night before exam!

Skim through notes...
Take Exam (mid day is the best)

Sunday, September 7, 2014

Software Development for Medical Devices

Until recently, safety regulations for medical device software, at least formally, were not exceptionally rigorous across the board. In addition, software was not formally classified as a medical product by the Medical Devices Directive. This has now changed. A new regime is in force governing all medical device software development for all classes of device.
Very good article on software development of medical devices click here to read.

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Data Mining Algorithms

Choosing the Right Algorithm

Choosing the best algorithm to use for a specific analytical task can be a challenge. While you can use different algorithms to perform the same business task, each algorithm produces a different result, and some algorithms can produce more than one type of result. For example, you can use the Microsoft Decision Trees algorithm not only for prediction, but also as a way to reduce the number of columns in a dataset, because the decision tree can identify columns that do not affect the final mining model.

Choosing an Algorithm by Type

Analysis Services includes the following algorithm types:
  • Classification algorithms predict one or more discrete variables, based on the other attributes in the dataset.
  • Regression algorithms predict one or more continuous variables, such as profit or loss, based on other attributes in the dataset.
  • Segmentation algorithms divide data into groups, or clusters, of items that have similar properties.
  • Association algorithms find correlations between different attributes in a dataset. The most common application of this kind of algorithm is for creating association rules, which can be used in a market basket analysis.
  • Sequence analysis algorithms summarize frequent sequences or episodes in data, such as a Web path flow.

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Types of Software Testing

What kinds of software testings you have been doing?

  1. Performance Testing 
  2. Security Testing 
  3. Exploratory Testing 
  4. Benefits Realization Testing
  5.  Mutation Testing
  6.  Sanity testing
  7.  Build Acceptance Tests 
  8.  Smoke Tests 
  9.  Bug Regression Testing 
  10.  Database Testing
  11.  Functional Testing (or) Business functional testing
  12. User Interface Testing (or) structural testing 
  13. Volume Testing
  14. Stress Testing 
  15. Load Testing 
  16. Installation Testing 
  17. Configuration Testing
  18. Compatibility Testing 
  19. Documentation Testing
  20. Recovery/Error Testing
  21. Comparison Testing
  22. Acceptance Testing
  23. Alpha Testing
  24. Beta Testing
  25. Regression Testing
  26. Incremental Integration Testing
  27. Usability Testing
  28. Integration Testing
  29. System Testing
  30. Parallel/Audit Testing
  31. Blackbox Testing
  32. Whitebox Testing
  33. Stress Testing
  34. Alpha Testing
  35. Beta Testing

Saturday, August 30, 2014

What is Your Leadership Style?

  • Autocratic leadership?

  • Bureaucratic leadership?

  • Charismatic leadership?

  • Democratic leadership or participative leadership?

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Create your own simple node.js server, in few steps!

  1. Node.js is a platform built on Chrome's JavaScript runtime for easily building fast, scalable network applications. Node.js uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model that makes it lightweight and efficient, perfect for data-intensive real-time applications that run across distributed devices.

  • Download node.js (
  • Install it on your machine.
  • Create a file for example server.js
  • Write following code in it.

  • Save the file.
  • Go to command prompt and type following command 

  • You will get message "My Server Started".
  • Go to browser and type following URL 
  •  You will get message "Welcome to My Server!"

Sunday, November 17, 2013

IPMA, PMP, Prince(2) Sample Project Book!

As part of my IPMA-Level D diploma and certification we have to submit work book (a sample project). I am sharing it so that if any one need it they can download and see sample. Please feel free to give your feedback.

Please note that all names, references and data figures are imaginary.

Click here to download as PDF file!

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Valentia Kinection

Valentia Kinection is open source community project. Purpose of Kinection is to provide user ability to publish Kinect data on socket, which then can be utilised on remote clients or HTML5 web pages using socket.

Project Description
Valentia Kinection serves as a pathway for transmission of data from Kinetic device to the web client. The service extracts data from the device and helps publish it on web sockets, which can then be accessed on web clients via HTML 5 supporting browser such as Safari. Kinect Service Manager operates as a client/server application that provides a platform to the three basic components of the service to communicate with each other, which are:

Kinect device
Kinection utility
Web client
Kinection first utilizes the attached Kinect sensor to accumulate image, depth and skeleton data, then filters this data and publishes it on web sockets. The service employs Microsoft Kinect SDK, which offers drivers and rich APIs for raw sensor streams and human motion tracking, to extract the image, depth and skeletal data from the sensor and publishes this data on the web using the SuperWebSocket. The web client caters for viewing Kinect data both in the form of Raw Data (joints ID) and Visual Skeleton (skeletal image).

Kinection allows you to stream Kinect color, depth and skeleton from one PC to another PC or a Windows Phone or iPhone/iPad or any other compatible device via websockets. Please review the client sample page for more details on how to use Kinection.
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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Chief Fire Officers’ Association 55th Annual Conference

Presenting CAD @ Ballymascanlon House Hotel, Dundalk, Co. Louth, Ireland
Ireland's leading Fire Conference and Fire Technology Exhibition is being held this year in Co. Louth. The theme of the Conference is:

“New Horizons for the Fire and Rescue Service of the Future”
The conference will focus on the changing role of the Fire and Rescue Service in the current environment. The Fire and Rescue Service responds to the needs of society in terms of the service provided and the way it is organised and there are various of models of service delivery and services provided here and in other countries. This Conference will be an opportunity to hear presentations from Fire Service personnel here and from other countries where changes in fire service structures and services delivered have occurred.

The Conference will include speakers from Holland, Finland, Luxembourg, where the structure of the fire service and the services provided are different than here. Presentations from UK speakers will focus on the current national fire service agenda and fire prevention and health and safety issues. Irish speakers will cover current developments in the Fire and Rescue and Building Control services and there will also be a Specialist Fire Protection presentation

Sunday, August 14, 2011

Breathalyser using Aurdino @ Science Gallery Dublin

Today we had workshop in Dublin Science Gallery @1300. Which was held by Irish robotic society, David taught us how to make breathalyser using Aurdino. It was a good fun.  

Sunday, July 31, 2011

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Father's Day

A Dad is a person
who is loving and kind,
And often he knows
what you have on your mind.
He’s someone who listens,
suggests, and defends.
A dad can be one
of your very best friends!
He’s proud of your triumphs,
but when things go wrong,
A dad can be patient
and helpful and strong
In all that you do,
a dad’s love plays a part.
There’s always a place for him
deep in your heart.
And each year that passes,
you’re even more glad,
More grateful and proud
just to call him your dad!
Thank you, Dad…
for listening and caring,
for giving and sharing,
but, especially, for just being you!

Happy Father's Day 2011

Friday, March 11, 2011

Microsoft® Community Contributor Award

Dear Mubshir Raza,

Congratulations again for being recognized with the Microsoft Community Contributor Award!

The Microsoft Community Contributor Award is reserved for participants who have made notable contributions in Microsoft online community forums such as TechNet, MSDN and Answers. The value of these resources is greatly enhanced by participants like you, who voluntarily contribute your time and energy to improve the online community experience for others.

Becoming a Microsoft Community Contributor Award recipient includes access to important benefits, such as complimentary resources to support you in your commitment to Microsoft online communities. To find out more about the Microsoft Community Contributor Award and to claim your recognition, please visit this site:

Thank you for your commitment to Microsoft online technical communities and congratulations again!

Nestor Portillo
Community & Online Support, Microsoft
It was great news. A Big Thanks to Microsoft for the Recognition!
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Thursday, August 26, 2010

C# FAQs Series: How To Detect All Drives Connected?

àIn C# FAQs Series: We discuss most frequent questions asked on C# forums.
If you want to know about how many drives are connected to your computer. It’s very easy to detect using C#. Following is simple code…
Source Code:
using System;
using System.IO;
class MyProgram
public static void Main()
DriveInfo[] allDrives = DriveInfo.GetDrives();
foreach (DriveInfo d in allDrives)
Console.WriteLine("Drive {0}", d.Name);
Console.WriteLine(" File type: {0}", d.DriveType);
if (d.IsReady == true)
Console.WriteLine(" Volume label: {0}", d.VolumeLabel);
Console.WriteLine(" File system: {0}", d.DriveFormat);
" Available space to current user:{0, 15} bytes",
" Total available space: {0, 15} bytes",
" Total size of drive: {0, 15} bytes ",
This code produces output similar to the following:
Drive A:\
File type: Removable
Drive C:\
File type: Fixed
Volume label:
File system: FAT32
Available space to current user: 4770430976 bytes
Total available space: 4770430976 bytes
Total size of drive: 10731683840 bytes
Drive D:\
File type: Fixed
Volume label:
File system: NTFS
Available space to current user: 15114977280 bytes
Total available space: 15114977280 bytes
Total size of drive: 25958948864 bytes
Drive E:\
File type: CDRom
The actual output of this code will vary based on machine and the permissions
granted to the user executing it.

Monday, August 16, 2010

C# FAQs Series: How Use FTP Using C#

àIn C# FAQs Series: We discuss most frequent questions asked on C# forums.
As a C# developer you may often have to use FTP. Following is simple program which will demonstrate how to FTP using C#.
using System;
using System.IO;
using System.Net;
using System.Text;
namespace Examples.System.Net
public class WebRequestGetExample
public static void Main ()
// Geting the object used to communicate with the server.
FtpWebRequest FWRrequest = (FtpWebRequest)WebRequest.Create( "");
request.Method = WebRequestMethods.Ftp.UploadFile;
// Set network credentials.
FWRrequest.Credentials = new NetworkCredential ("user","password");
// Copy the contents of the file to the request stream.
StreamReader sourceStream = new StreamReader("myfile.txt");
byte [] fileContents = Encoding.UTF8.GetBytes(sourceStream.ReadToEnd());
FWRrequest.ContentLength = fileContents.Length;
Stream requestStream = FWRrequest.GetRequestStream();
requestStream.Write(fileContents, 0, fileContents.Length);
FtpWebResponse response = (FtpWebResponse)request.GetResponse();
Console.WriteLine("File upload complete , status {0}", response.StatusDescription);
How to download file using FTP in C#...
public static bool DisplayFileFromServer(Uri serverUri)
    // The serverUri parameter should start with the ftp:// scheme.
    if (serverUri.Scheme != Uri.UriSchemeFtp)
        return false;
    // Geting the object used to communicate with the server.
    WebClient WCrequest = new WebClient();
    // Credentials
    WCrequest.Credentials = new NetworkCredential ("user","password");
        byte [] newFileData = WCrequest.DownloadData (serverUri.ToString());
        string fileString = System.Text.Encoding.UTF8.GetString(newFileData);
    catch (WebException e)
    return true;
How to delete file using FTP in C#...
public static bool DeleteFileOnServer(Uri serverUri)
    // The serverUri parameter should use the ftp:// scheme.
    // It contains the name of the server file that is to be deleted.
    // Example:
    if (serverUri.Scheme != Uri.UriSchemeFtp)
        return false;
    // Get the object used to communicate with the server.
    FtpWebRequest FWRrequest = (FtpWebRequest)WebRequest.Create(serverUri);
    FWRrequest.Method = WebRequestMethods.Ftp.DeleteFile;
    FtpWebResponse FWRresponse = (FtpWebResponse) FWRrequest.GetResponse();
    Console.WriteLine("File delete status: {0}",FWRresponse.StatusDescription);  
    return true;
You see how easy is it to play with your FTP account in C#.