My name is Luja Manandhar, and this is my blog. I am a Software Professional from Kathmandu, Nepal having around 5 years of experience in desktop as well as web technologies. I am a tech geek who loves to review all the trendy news about the latest technological advancement and innovations. I currently work as a senior software developer for Soft Age Nepal.
I designed this website thinking of having my own personal website on web to facilitate a communication with my friends over the world. Later I thought of adding features like tutorials, tips and tricks which facilitates the up-coming developers to learn the right way of exploring the concepts of web technologies.
creating a program of beauty
It's not necessary that each program be a visual work of art. But it's important that it should not be ugly. Interface is that element in a software application which makes users mind work visually.
I design UI depending on the knowledge of the users who would be using it.
programming is my passion
Programming is not only my hobby, its my passion. I develop applications for Windows based personal computers and also few small apps for Android based smart phones and tablets. Frankly speaking, I am still learning on the process for developing applications for Android based smart phones and tablets. When I'm not programming, I'm usually playing games on my new iPad.
few languages i work on
VB6, Flash, ASP, HTML C#, Java, ASP.NET SQL Server, MySQL, MS Access XML, VB Script, Java Script, Action Script
latest tech news
- SQL Server 2017 makes Python a first-class citizen for analytics
Python is no outsider at Microsoft. It will ride with R as the company's SQL Server 2017 platform moves to its second CTP. Analytics is a big part of what is new.
- Government puts up £23m a year for AI to boost UK economy
Business secretary Greg Clark announces Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund, committing more than £1bn over four years
- Information security key to digital era business models
Security will become increasingly important as industries seek to collaborate and use each other’s capabilities to enable new business models, with the banking sector leading the way
- Lack of risk taking could threaten British tech, says Level39’s head
Failing to take risks in the current climate of rapid change could act as a barrier for growth for British tech and businesses, according to head of Level39