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Infographics on the History of Computer Programming

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This infographics depicts the history of computer programming evolution. Like how Abacus, Charles babbage, Ada, Fortran, internet, Perl Python came into existence with classic pictures,examples and images. There are very interesting facts that you would surely like. Kindly like and share if you find it informative.

HTML5 Timeline History - Inforgraphics

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This infrographics shows how HTML5 First draft evolved in 2009 and how HTML5 is gaining momentum in almost every web based projects.

[Solved]Cannot accept more than 1 connection error in Filezilla

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There is a case when your hosting provider (110mb.com being one of the examples) doesn’t allow more than 1 simultaneous connection per user for file transfers using FTP as it will be restricted from their FTP server due to some security reasons.
 
And if you are using Filezilla, then by default it will try to connect multiple FTP connections. It can connect maximum 11 connections i.e.  10 connections (simultaneous file transfer) +1 (browse the server files) per tab. If it is more than 11 simultaneous connections then either router, firewall or ftp server is compromised. You should report to your hosting provider or site admin.

Have positive attitude in an interview-Interesting Questions[Funny]

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think out of the box

These are the few questions asked in HR interview (some of them already known to us)!! The answers are really stunning and inspiring. Thinking out of box! 

A must read…
Question 1: You are driving along in your car on a wild, stormy night, it's raining heavily, when suddenly you pass by a bus stop, and you see three people waiting for a bus: 

How the word "booting up" and "bug" derived?

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How did the term “Booting up” come from?

The computer term “booting up” comes from the phrase "Pulling yourself up by your bootstraps."

Though “booting up” is a phrase slowly falling out of popular use in favor of more practical terms like “turn on your computer,” it’s still one that everyone knows. A variant of the term, “reboot,” (which again the existence of should be no surprise) was even the title of a children’s show several years back.

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