Friday, April 4, 2014

Google Fusion Tables : common men's BI tool

Uncertain about term BI(Business Intelligence)? Have a look at this wikipedia definition of BI

Still not clear about BI then don't worry. You don't need to understand BI in order to use Google fusion tables. 

Google Fusion Tables is Google's latest (okay, not that latest ... :P ) experiment on data analysis. It is handy tool to analyze your data and convert that data into meaningful form by generation charts , summaries and maps. These meaningful data makes a lot of sense. Want to learn how to make better sense out of data? Take a look at Google's online course Making sense with Google

To take more closer look at Fusion table please refer this link.

Doubts , queries are most welcome.

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Making Sense of Data: One more data course from Google

Yesterday I posted about Google's courses related to digital analytic. Today I would like to share one more data related course from Google. Making Sense of Data.

Again Google is giving away certificates for this course too. Although course is already started but still certificates are available till 4th April. Even after 4th April course content will be available for learning.

Jump to course:  

Monday, March 17, 2014

Get certified by Google in Digital Analytic

Google Analytic Academy provides free online courses to learn Digital Analytic. You can access it from here.

Recently Google has launched second course under Analytic Academy. Google Analytic Platform Principles. In order to receive certificate for the same course you have to register for the same before 27th March,2014. So hurry ... 

Also this one is little advanced level course so it is commanded by Google that before going through this course you may go through first fundamental course Digital Analytics Fundamentals

Monday, February 3, 2014

Lightweight alternatives for Java developement

Recently I wanted to do some Java programming on client's Virtual Machine. As the speed of VM is very slow I was hunting for so
me lightweight development tool. Moreover I needed a portable tool which could be executed without installation as I wasn't having installation right on VM. So I found several lightweight alternatives for Java Development. The list is as follows:
There are many more. I explored few of these tools. Personally I would rate JCreator at the top. But JCreator is not a freeware and also it is available only for windows platforms. Although light version of JCreator is free to use for academic purpose. You can check JCreator licencing information from here.

JCreator Screenshot

As I was looking for a portable tool, I choose DrJava which is portable and also java based so it is platform independent and also freeware and Opensource.

DrJava Start Screen
If you are having more suggestions for Java tools then shoot in comment area... :D

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Terms and conditions; didn't read

“I have read and agree to the Terms". The biggest lie almost ever netizen says. Generally these terms and services are too lengthy to read so generally we just accept them without reading. But it is very important to read them as our rights online depends on them.

This post is for which aims to fix this problem. rates web services life google, facebook etc. from class A to E based on how well they respect your privacy and some other parameters. It also gives concise, to the point list of terms which is easy to understand.

All you need to do is download and install a browser plugin of from here . Once you have added plugin, you will start getting ratting of currently opened site in on the right end of your address bar like this.

A link for detailed terms and conditions is also provided at the end of summary.

You can contribute to review site at this google group:!forum/tosdr   

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