Quick Expense Manager Privacy Policy

Posted on Oct. 12, 2016

The data that users entered in this application are only recorded in the user's device. The information are not viewed, analyzed, shared or sold. Please go through the detailed privacy policy. contact : bablubaruah85@gmail.com
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Quick Expense Manager

Posted on Oct. 12, 2016

Quick Expense Manager is a absolutely free Expense Manager Android application with outstanding look and feel. The application helps user to manage their expenses in a very intuitive way. The application comes with lots of features like bill reminder, budget handler, task scheduler and many more apart from the basic facility of adding your expense and income.
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6 Tips to become an Android Developer

Posted on Sept. 8, 2016

Mobiles are going to dominate the e-commerce market in near future. This has created a huge opportunity for the Android developers. The requirements for mobile developers are on all time high. I get 10 calls each day for Android development jobs. Many freshers are jumping into this exciting technology each day. Here I am going to explain six useful tips to get started with Android development and you can also download the source code and APK of the Demo App that I have created for you guys.
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A visit to Royal Group of Institutions

Posted on June 4, 2016

I had a visit to Royal Group of Institutions for the first time in 2010. I was overwhelmed by the top class Architecture of the Institution which was taking shape at that time. Recently I visited RGI in 2016 with my cousin who completed his 12th and was checking out which Institute would be good for him to trust his career with. This time I found that the Institute architecture is fully developed and I think this is the only Institution apart from IIT Guwahati in Guwahati to have such terrific facilities for students.
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7 tips to become a Good Programmer

Posted on June 3, 2016

Programmers evolve. There are many evolving phases in the career of a programmer. Many learn in the hard way and many in the smart way. In this article I will share 7 killer tips that differentiates a good Programmer from the average or so called good programmers and help you learn the smart way.
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How to get Job in IT sector

Posted on April 16, 2016

Thousands of Engineers are graduating each year and according to various surveys, it has been found that only 25% of those graduates are employable. Then what happens to those 75%. Each single individual puts energy and effort to graduate and dreams of a high paying job. But unfortunately most dreams get brutally crushed and many end up destroying their career. In this article I will share 5 killer tips to get a job in IT sector.
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Apache Spark Installation in 6 Steps

Posted on April 15, 2016

I have installed Apache Spark on Ubuntu 14.04. I have gone through many hardships to install this as the installation documentation is not good. Here I am documenting each and every step required to successfully install Apache Spark on Ubuntu.
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Algorithms in C - Breadth First Search

Posted on April 15, 2016

In this part of Algorithms in C tutorial series, I will explain what is Breadth First Search and I will show you - how to write a Breadth First Search from scratch in C. Breadth First Search is one of the very important Algorithms. Many programming problems are efficiently solved using Breadth First Search or BFS.
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Theory of Computation - 6 (Pumping Lemma)

Posted on April 14, 2016

In this lecture I am going to explain the famous Pumping Lemma and will prove the restrictions of a DFA. DFA is the very first level and there are many things we cannot do with a DFA. I will explain the Pumping Lemma very elegantly so that you can quickly grasp the concept.
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Data Structures in C - Stack

Posted on April 14, 2016

In this part of Data Structures in C tutorial series, I will explain what is Stack and I will show you - how to write a Stack from scratch in C. Stack is one of the important data structures. It's the iterative Alternative of recursion. Often in Interviews, candidates are asked to replace a recursive function with the corresponding Stack iterative approach.
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Kaushik Baruah

Research Engineer @XRCI


My name is Kaushik Baruah and I am the chief blogger on this Blog and here I like to share my experience as software engineer and research engineer with my online readers. I will try to focus on career planning, latest emerging technologies and tutorials on various computer science subjects. You can follow me on Twitter, Facebook and Google+