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25. July 2007

There is not a single Bug in my Code


11. July 2007

What they Mean by Saying this

1.”We will do it” means “You will do it”

2.”You have done a great job” means “More work to be given to you”

3.”We are working on it” means “We have not yet started working on the same”

4.”Tomorrow first thing in the morning” means “Its not getting done “At least not tomorrow!”

5.”After discussion we will decide-I am very open to views” means “I have already decided, I will tell you what to do”

6.”There was a slight miscommunication” means “We had actually lied”

7.”Lets call a meeting and discuss” means “I have no time now, will talk later”

8.”We can always do it” means “We actually cannot do the same on time”

9.”We are on the right track but there needs to be a slight extension of the deadline” means “The project is screwed up, we cannot deliver on time.”

10.”We had slight differences of opinion “means “We had actually fought”

11.”Make a list of the work that you do and let’s see how I can help you” means “Anyway you have to find a way out no help from me”

12.”You should have told me earlier” means “Well even if you told me earlier that would have made hardly any difference!”

13.”We need to find out the real reason” means “Well I will tell you where your fault is”

14.”Well Family is important; your leave is always granted. Just ensure that the work is not affected,” means, “Well you know…”

15.”We are a team,” means, “I am not the only one to be blamed”

16.”That’s actually a good question” means “I do not know anything about it”

17.”All the Best” means “You are in trouble”

16. June 2007

Accenture Dress Codes — Well Said




15. June 2007

Google Recruitment Paper– Reason why Google Freshers are Highly Paid

Try out this google recruitment paper
Try solving these..
Do u know the reason why Google is paying so much for freshers..
This is the recruitment paper for freshers @ google.
1. Solve this cryptic equation, realizing of course that values for M
and E could be interchanged. No leading zeros are allowed.


This can be solved through systematic application of logic.  For
example, cannot be equal to 0, since .  That would make , but , which
is not possible.
Here is a slow brute-force method of solution that takes a few minutes
on a relatively fast machine:
This gives the two solutions

777589 – 188106 == 589483
777589 – 188103 == 589486

Here is another solution using Mathematica’s Reduce command:
A faster (but slightly more obscure) piece of code is the following:
Faster still using the same approach (and requiring ~300 MB of memory):
Even faster using the same approach (that does not exclude leading
zeros in the solution, but that can easily be weeded out at the end):
Here is an independent solution method that uses branch-and-prune techniques:
And the winner for overall fastest:

2. Write a haiku describing possible methods for predicting search
traffic seasonality.

MathWorld’s search engine
seemed slowed this May. Undergrads
prepping for finals.

3.    1
     1 1
     2 1
  1 2 1 1
1 1 1 2 2 1

What’s the next line?
312211.  This is the “look and say” sequence in which each term after
the first describes the previous term: one 1 (11); two 1s (21); one 2
and one 1 (1211); one 1, one 2, and two 1’s (111221); and so on.  See
the look and say sequence entry on MathWorld for a complete write-up
and the algebraic form of a fascinating related quantity known as
Conway’s constant.
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01. June 2007

Office Humour:HR=HIGHLY RISK.

After 2 years of selfless service, a man realized that he has not been promoted, no transfer, no salary increment and no commendation. So he decided to walk up to his HR Manager. His manager looked at him, smiled and asked him to sit down saying:”My friend you have not worked here for even a single day.” The man was surprised to hear this, but the manager went on to explain.

Manager: How many days are there in a year?

Man:365 days and sometimes 366.

Manager:How many hours make up a day?

Man:24 Hours.

Manager:How long do u work in a day?

Man: 10am to 6pm i.e. 8 hours a day.

Manager:So, what fraction of the day do u work in hours?

Man:He did some arithmetic and said 8/24 i.e. 1/3 (one third).

Manager:This is nice of u! What is 1/3rd of 366 days?

Man:122(1/3 x 366=122 in days)

Manager:Do u come to work on weekends?

Man:No sir. 

Manager:How many days r there in a year that r weekends?

Man:52 Saturdays and 52 Sundays equals to 104 days.

Manager:Thanks for that. If u remove 104 days from 122 days. how many days do u now have? 

Man:18 days.

Manager:I do give u 2 weeks sick leave every year. Now remove that 14 days from the 18 days left. How many days do u have remaining? 

Man:4 days.

Manager:Do u work on Republic Day?

Man: No sir!

Manager:Do u come to work on Independence Day?

Man: No sir!

Manager: So how many days r left?

Man:2 days Sir!

Manager:Do u come to work on New Years Day?

Man:No sir!

Manager: So how many days r left?

Man:1 day sir!

Manager:Do u work on Christmas Day?

Man:No Sir!

Manager: So how many days r left?

Man:None Sir!

Manager:So what r u claiming?

Man: !!!…  Moral-NEVER GO TO HR FOR HELP!!!


31. May 2007

A very Good Image— Software War ( against Microsoft )

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