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Techie corner- sep17-21.pdf

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September 27, 2012
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Techie corner- sep17-21.pdf

Presentation created by Senthil Ganesh Operation Manager and SEO Analyst, Cogzidel Technologies

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September 27, 2012
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  1. Sep 16,2012-21,2012

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  2.  SixthSense is a wearable gestural interface that augments the physical world
    around us with digital information.
     Technology that plays with Human gestures to make the world more interactive
    and workflow much easier.
     Pranav Mistry, of Indian origin, a PhD student in the Fluid Interfaces Group at the
    MIT Media Lab is the mastermind behind the sixthsense technology.
    WHY SIXTH SENSE?
     Hereby Physical world is painted with the digital information.
     You can carry your digital world with you wherever you go.
     You can start with any wall or any surface as an interface even your palm.

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  3. APPLICATIONS:
     Check the time just by drawing a circle on the wrist.
     Watch related videos on the newspaper articles you are reading.
     To make a call, virtual keypad is shown on your palm.
     Get product information by using image recognition technology.
     Get book reviews, ratings & other relevant information.
     Get flight updates regarding timing of the flight.
     Projects relevant information regarding a person.
     Click pictures just by forming “framing gesture”.

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  4. • Software testing is an investigation conducted to provide stakeholders with
    information about the quality of the product or service under test.
    • Software testing can also provide an objective, independent view of the software
    to allow the business to appreciate and understand the risks of software
    implementation.
    • Test techniques include, but are not limited to, the process of executing a program
    or application with the intent of finding software bugs (errors or other defects).
    WHAT ARE THE TESTING LEVELS?
     Unit testing
     Integration Testing
     System Testing
     System Integration Testing
     Top Down Testing
     Bottom Up Testing

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  5. The efficient testing Methods
    • Static vs. dynamic testing
    • There are many approaches to software testing. Reviews, walkthroughs, or inspections are referred to
    as static testing, whereas actually executing programmed code with a given set of test cases is
    referred to as dynamic testing.
    • White-box testing
    • White box testing- tests internal structures or workings of a program, as opposed to the functionality
    exposed to the end-user.
    • Black-box testing
    • Treats the software as a "black box", examining functionality without any knowledge of internal
    implementation.
    • Grey Box testing
    • Combination of block box and white box testing

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  6.  If the name Mozilla rings any bells it's because they're the tech boffins who put
    together Internet Explorer, the browser that Windows defaults to. Mozilla took
    the leviathan computing company on with its Firefox browser, and today it stands
    as the second most popular browser worldwide.
     Now the company who was underdog to Microsoft looks to be playing the same
    role, but this time against internet mogul Google.
     Announced on the Mozilla discussion forum, Mozilla have begun coding for
    phones and tablets. The BBC revealed the mobile operating system will draw on
    Android code, with Mozilla writing as much fresh code as possible. The hybrid-like
    operating system will be named Boot To Gecko.
     It is an unusual name for an OS, until you remember Gecko is the rendering
    engine employed by the Firefox browser that interprets web page coding and
    displays it in a screen-friendly format, a homage to its origins.
     Even though Android coding will form the operating system's foundations, Mozilla
    hope to add a much more open wrapper around it than Google currently do,
    making it more versatile as an operating system.

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  7.  Its shared foundations will also make Boot To Gecko compatible with the same phones as
    Android, competing as a direct alternative to Google.
     Often, when you select a link from an application native to the Android or iOS market, the
    operating system will have to open a new webpage in the browser. Boot To Gecko aims to
    limit this by making applications much more web-centric.
     If the venture proves successful, Mozilla will be waging war against industry giants, with
    Google, Apple and Microsoft dominating many facets of the technological world.
     Mozilla have acknowledged the project is in infancy and have chosen to make the
    development public in hope it will attract talented enthusiast coders who will contribute to
    the Boot To Gecko's cause.
     According to their project team, all of the code development will be completed and shared
    with the public as soon as it is written.
     Researcher Andreas Gal, who announced the development, admits the company has set a
    high target, but wants to do it "the way we think open source should be done.
     Gal says his ultimate goal is to break "the stranglehold of proprietary technologies over the
    mobile device world," implicitly referring to the practices of Apple, Windows Phone and
    Google.

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  8.  Combustion is a Digital Video Compositor.
     Combustion Developers is Auto desk Media and Entertainment.
     It is released in 2008.
     Open Source: Blender, Jahshaka, Open shot video Editor, Cinelerra.
     Combustion is the Newest Version of Auto desk's.
     Combustion is a Visual Effects and Com-positing Software Tool.
     Combustion is a Computer Program " for motion graphics, Com-positing and
    Visual Effects".
     The Software retails for US $995 (Mac Minute, 2004).

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  9.  It is Commonly likened to Adobe's After Effects and Share a timeline based
    interface with Auto desk's high-end com-positing systems infeno, Flame and flint.
     This is in contrast to the node based interface used by some other com-positing
    applications.
     The release of version 2, Combustion includes both node view and time line
    views.
     It has Since been replaced by Toxik, which is now called Composite.
     Operating System is - Windows, Max OS.

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  10.  Miss Kaushalya- Presented “Sixth Sense Technology”.
     Miss Catherine Jenifer- Presented “Software Testing”.
     Mr Balaji- Presented “Mozilla entering the Mobile race”.
     Mrs Suseendra Devi- Presented “Combustion”.

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  11. PRESENTATION PREPARED BY
    L.Senthil Ganesh
    -Operation Manager and SEO Analyst
    Special Thanks to All cogzians, who made this Techie session
    more interactive and Informative.
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