Hi guys, its been a long time. I am tired of making empty promises (regarding posting regularly) so, let me not do it again. While I was beginning my data-science journey, I tried to collect as many sources for Nepali datasets as possible, and the following is the listing of the same. The problem is most of these datasets are in PDF (most are in a booklet), so you'd have to use some extraction utilities such as Tabula to convert it into a CSV or workable file format.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are over (and apparently Green Monday too). On these two days, western stores offer huge discounts on products. I was looking to make some purchase, but could not find a deal with free International shipping. Buying from stores, mostly those that are based on western countries, would cost you almost twice the actual amount just for sending the shipment. Some sites don't even offer paid International shipping, in which case, you have to use a reship service and that would cost you lots of dough.
Everyone uses data today and, as a business, data is absolutely vital. Whatever your product or service, a company runs and survives off of the information it holds. This can be anything from staff details to customer information – all of it is important and such vital assets need to be protected.
This is a guest post by Nootan Ghimire, who recently helped to organize #hack4good for the first time in Nepal.
Ncell, the leading mobile operator in Nepal, is set to introduce a new campaign for the subscribers of Lumbini and Rapti Zone*. The new campaign, which has been named "Regional International Incoming Call Bonus" or "Call aayo bonus paayo" (in Nepali) will be launched two days from now, on June 05, 2013.
We had covered about RankTrader in one of the earlier posts. For those of you who are unaware of it, RankTrader is a stock market for websites. It allows webmasters to offer virtual shares of their website which the general public can buy and sell. The total authority of the site will always remain with the webmaster only, however.
Have you had enough of windows, its virus sheltering and price heavy nature? Or, do you just want to try out a bit of Linux to see what the entire buzz is about?
Email continuity is critical to the business model of many organisations. Without continuity any business is dependent on hardware which, when it goes down, as inevitably it does at some point, can slow or stop operations which can have both short and long term consequences.
With the growth of the Internet showing no signs of slowing down, more and more people are finding sanction in cyberspace for their shopping needs, compared with the madness of the traditional high street. As a small business hoping to begin a new venture selling products to customers nationwide, the concept of online security is of absolute importance if you want your idea to prosper. With the availability of cheap SSL certificates on the market, customer confidence can flourish as more and more learn that, with you, their details are in safe hands.
One of the wonders of the computer are the zip files. These technological wonders help compress bulky large files into much smaller files than they originally were.
Email marketing is rapidly becoming one of the most effective and popular marketing methods deployed by all kinds of companies, whether large or small. One reason for this is it is relatively easy to implement. Massive companies with hundreds and thousands of customers on their client base can reach each and every one of them almost instantaneously. Plus, when tailored correctly, email marketing can be made to feel very personal to the customer, instantly boosting the status of the company. Customers begin to feel they are valued and that the company really care about them.
People picture a nerd with glasses, freckled face and without any liking to "fun", when they think of programmers. But, they love fun and are as normal as you and I. The fun they put in their codes are called "Easter eggs". They are hidden features put by the programmers without any official announcement, left for the users to find out. Programmers at Google, are a fine example. They sneaked in both officially and secretly some Easter eggs or what we like to call "Google Eggs" in their eye hurting codes of programs and apps we use EVERYDAY!,