Palbasha and Imon in the new album

By Rajib Bahar at November 28, 2010 18:00
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This is a new song by Palbasha and Imon... enjoy it...

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Interview of Anisul Hoque by Rajib - Part 3 - KFAI

By Rajib Bahar at September 05, 2010 18:00
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Rajib interviews Anisul Hoque in this interview at KFAI radio. Thanks to Sangam co-host Ahmed Naumaan for his help, Michael Fischbein for his help in producing it, Mike Stapp, and KFAI radio for airing it.

Here is the bio pulled from University of Iowa (International Writing Program):

Anisul HOQUE (fiction writer, playwright, poet; Bangladesh), author of more than 60 books, Hoque also writes poetry, television and film scripts, and a newspaper column. His novels include Aetodin Kothai Chhilen [Where Have You Been] (2009), which won the Citi Bank-Anando Alo Award for Best Novel; Maa [Mother] (2003); Andhokarer Aeksho Bachhor [One Hundred Years of Darkness] (1993) and others. He has written for many television dramas and four feature-length films, receiving awards as a fiction writer and playwright. Trained as a civil engineer, Hoque is now the deputy editor of the daily Prothom Alo. He participates courtesy of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the US Department of State.

http://iwp.uiowa.edu/writers/

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Interview of Anisul Hoque by Rajib - Part 2 - KFAI

By Rajib Bahar at September 05, 2010 18:00
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Rajib interviews Anisul Hoque in this interview at KFAI radio. Thanks to Sangam co-host Ahmed Naumaan for his help, Michael Fischbein for his help in producing it, Mike Stapp, and KFAI radio for airing it.

Here is the bio pulled from University of Iowa (International Writing Program):

Anisul HOQUE (fiction writer, playwright, poet; Bangladesh), author of more than 60 books, Hoque also writes poetry, television and film scripts, and a newspaper column. His novels include Aetodin Kothai Chhilen [Where Have You Been] (2009), which won the Citi Bank-Anando Alo Award for Best Novel; Maa [Mother] (2003); Andhokarer Aeksho Bachhor [One Hundred Years of Darkness] (1993) and others. He has written for many television dramas and four feature-length films, receiving awards as a fiction writer and playwright. Trained as a civil engineer, Hoque is now the deputy editor of the daily Prothom Alo. He participates courtesy of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the US Department of State.

http://iwp.uiowa.edu/writers/

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Interview of Anisul Hoque by Rajib - Part 1 - KFAI

By Rajib Bahar at September 05, 2010 18:00
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Rajib interviews Anisul Hoque in this interview at KFAI radio. Thanks to Sangam co-host Ahmed Naumaan for his help, Michael Fischbein for his help in producing it, Mike Stapp, and KFAI radio for airing it.

Here is the bio pulled from University of Iowa (International Writing Program):

Anisul HOQUE (fiction writer, playwright, poet; Bangladesh), author of more than 60 books, Hoque also writes poetry, television and film scripts, and a newspaper column. His novels include Aetodin Kothai Chhilen [Where Have You Been] (2009), which won the Citi Bank-Anando Alo Award for Best Novel; Maa [Mother] (2003); Andhokarer Aeksho Bachhor [One Hundred Years of Darkness] (1993) and others. He has written for many television dramas and four feature-length films, receiving awards as a fiction writer and playwright. Trained as a civil engineer, Hoque is now the deputy editor of the daily Prothom Alo. He participates courtesy of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the US Department of State.

http://iwp.uiowa.edu/writers/

Background musics are Ekannoborti theme, and Theme 1, and Theme 2 from Third Person Singular Number by Limon.

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Interview of Khijir Hayat Khan - The Maker of Jaago - Sangam - KFAI radio

By Rajib Bahar at July 26, 2010 18:00
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This is the interview of Khijir Hayat Khan who made the film Jaago. He was interviewed at KFAI radio's south asia programming show called Sangam. Ahmed and Rajib interviewed him about his feature film and music in it.

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July 4th, 2010, Fireworks and Celebration in Eagan [HD]

By Rajib Bahar at July 04, 2010 18:00
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The initial part of the video is slow with decent amount zoom... Toward the end it picks up the pace and you get to see the broad view.

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Rajib Interviews Nora Ali - Distinguished Young Women - Sangam - KFAI

By Rajib Bahar at May 29, 2010 18:00
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Biography text, a courtesy from Americas Junior Miss or Distinguished Young Women:

Nora Ali, AJM 2007
Nora is currently a junior at Harvard University where she is studying Statistics/Quantitative Finance and economics. Nora has been a violin soloist with seven orchestras, First Violinist for the Greater Twin Cities Orchestra in Minnesota and the Xaqialer String Quartet. She has also performed the National Anthem on the violin at Major League baseball games, and is currently the concertmistress for the Harvard Pops Orchestra. Nora has been featured on WCCO TV (CBS) for her academic and musical excellence. Nora is a member of Harvard Smart Women Securities and also serves as a research assistant at Harvard Business School.

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There is an error in displaying error in the error report!

By Rajib Bahar at April 15, 2010 12:07
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That was the screenshot of a presentation by Mark Mydland. He is the group manager of the "Visual Studio Team Test". He presented on the topic of Testing in Visual Studio 2010 in the TwinCities .NET User group. His approach to explaining the solution was easy to understand. Just like any good presentation it had elements of humor involving real life settings. He talked about a funny scenario, when someone entered a 0, triggering a division by zero error message, and stopped the propulsion of a ship. He used humor to drill into our head why quality matters.

This is what I learned by attending this event:
  • IntelliTrace is one of the new feature within the Visual Studio 2010 family of products. I believe visual studio 2010 ultimate edition contains this enhancement. This tool brings automated testing capabilities. I asked Mark few basic questions, and he was very kind in response. Just like other debugger in the microsoft environment, this one can start right within the IDE. We can write automated test scripts depicting certain scenarios, or use the recording option as if you are recording a VBA macro. This in turn generates the code files.
  • One can build a lab within the test manager. In the lab, you can have multiple machines. As per Mark, we can have up to 60 machines (or depending upon the environment) tested at the same time.


This is just glimpse of what I have learned today. There is more to it. I have included some helper or reference links for everyone to check out.

Mark's Team Blog is: http://blogs.msdn.com/vstsqualitytools

Blogs recommended by Mark Mydland:
1. Lab Management Team Blog
2. Brian Keller's Blog


Debugging With IntelliTrace

Curtiss A Concert - Freewheelin First Friday Jackson - KFAI

By Rajib Bahar at April 07, 2010 18:00
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Curtiss A Concert - KFAI radio - Freewheelin First Friday Jackson

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BSA - Dance Rap Mix Contributed by Saint Akhunji

By Rajib Bahar at March 31, 2010 18:00
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Performers: Koli, Keya, Shanto

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