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Why I use Twitter??? January 2, 2010

Posted by Talha Izhar in Technology.
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Today while I was going through the list of people I am following I saw a friend’s status which was “I find it boring here”. It made me thinking why she doesn’t like twitter? I still don’t know why 🙂 but one thing I know is why I use twitter and not get bored.

To understand my point of view, (more…)

Facebook’s Latest Privacy Options December 10, 2009

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Today, Facebook announced their new privacy policy and users are shown a page where they can see their default privacy and change it according to the new one.

Having identified many facebook security issues, I was expecting some loopholes in the new policy as well. Today, (more…)

Take Back The Tech… November 26, 2009

Posted by Talha Izhar in Local Industry, Social Causes, Technology.
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Take Back The Tech

Being part of the dominating gender in our society I may not be able to understand how does it feel to be treated as some inferior being. And its not just my society I am talking about here, its the same case everywhere. And its unfortunate.

If you are a male who is living in a society where women are treated badly, are target of routine misbehavior and disrespect, and you think we should give voice to end this inequality; Then join TBTT campaign and create awareness, educate minds and train the women to be stronger.

For more details on the 16-day campaign visit:

http://www.takebackthetech.net/

If you are in Pakistan and want to see how we are supporting the cause. Read:

In The Line of Wire

FarQuest

Teeth Maestro

Another Lesson!! July 15, 2009

Posted by Talha Izhar in Local Industry, Politics, Startup, Technology.
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This one is a bad experience that I had while working with someone, who I met through a tech personality in the local community, and before I realized my mistake it had been over a year since I was working for this company/individual.

To keep it short, I would just like to tell people who are running a startup or working with some medium/big size company as freelancers to NEVER quote low for any project on the promise(written or verbal) that there are bigger and better projects for you to do. Secondly, always make a written agreement with the payment terms and deliverables mentioned clearly. There are many other lessons which I would be sharing soon.

Its been a real lesson for me. The biggest let down from someone whom I started looking upto as a mentor and as a senior.

Incremental Load using SSIS 2005 February 11, 2008

Posted by Talha Izhar in Technology.
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A very simple and informative article if you are planning the incremental load for your warehouse: http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/SSIS/62063/