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Well structured Software Development Life cycle(SDLC) and Its Phases

Posted On 05 October 2017 By MicroPyramid

Know about software development life cycle(SDLC) and its phases to build a systematic, quality and well-structured application.

How to get self motivated to achieve goals

Posted On 22 January 2016 By MicroPyramid

Self Motivation is important to achieve success in life. Motivation is what Pushes us to achieve our goals, One of the biggest challenge is meeting goal whether it may be anything like productivity, changing habit etc.

Being focused and Productive at your work

Posted On 23 October 2015 By MicroPyramid

Plan your tasks in a smart way to achieve success in your life. Here are some tips to help you work smarter so you can be more productive at work.

Prioritize your work/tasks to achieve success in your project, Prioritize your tasks based on client requirements. Any guy can work on a project, but the trick is to know how. Prepare your tasks like a list by priority wise on each day. Having priorities and knowing what they are will help you meet goals.

Streaming Protocols continued... RTMP, MMS

Posted On 09 March 2011 By MicroPyramid

Streaming is the technique for transferring data at fixed rate in real time between the client and the server. There are many streaming protocols available for streaming data. HTTP, RTSP, MMS, RTMP, RTP, MSB, MBSD, RTCP etc. are the streaming protocols.

Streaming protocols ogg, mp3, aac

Posted On 19 February 2011 By MicroPyramid

Audio format is a file format for storing the digital audio data on a computer. The encoding of the audio data is done by the encoder according to the file format specifications.The data in the file may be in compressed or uncompressed format.

The audio format is categorized into three types:
1. Uncompressed audio Format:
2. Lossless Compression:
3. Lossy Compression:

How to develop better software with best practices

Posted On 27 October 2010 By MicroPyramid

Writing good code is a habit that comes from mixing several approaches and changing practices by learning from your own experiences. And mostly its about thinking pessimistic. There is no happy programmer because there are infinity ways to break your code, all you need to look for is to cover all the pit falls by following best practices.

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