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some project ideas

 
Punit Jain
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hello all,
i am not sure weather to ask this question here or not.
i am doing my post graduation mca(master in computer application).
actually i want to do a project, please suggest me good projects or ideas (web or desktop).
i want to do something which i can implement, like any website which i can host, i mean useful for others.


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Prove N = NP. Disproving is an accomplishment as well, but less cool.
 
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How about a seriously user friendly, cross platform, GUI app/client for 'git'?
There are a few that are less user hostile than the shell commands, but not much. Gitx for example, can't do a push command.

'git' is extremely powerful and all good software engineers should be using it. But its so hard to use that only the highest level geeks can do it.
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:Prove N = NP. Disproving is an accomplishment as well, but less cool.

i mam really not good in data structures.
and mathematics scared me.
 
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Punit Jain wrote:
Ulf Dittmer wrote:Prove N = NP. Disproving is an accomplishment as well, but less cool.

i mam really not good in data structures.
and mathematics scared me.

especially these proves and all.
 
Punit Jain
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Pat Farrell wrote:How about a seriously user friendly, cross platform, GUI app/client for 'git'?
There are a few that are less user hostile than the shell commands, but not much. Gitx for example, can't do a push command.

'git' is extremely powerful and all good software engineers should be using it. But its so hard to use that only the highest level geeks can do it.


hi pat farrell, can you explain a little more.
what actually they do 'git' or 'gitx'??
i did google search but still confused with their definations..

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git is a cooperative software configuration control package, open source, etc. Written by Mr Linux himself, Linus Torvals. See http://git-scm.com/


gitx is a gui, available at http://gitx.frim.nl/

google "pro git" for a great manual. But its very geeky, aimed at developers. git can be used for more than that, but its hard for folks like managers to understand it.
 
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hii i read the intro..

so it's all about version controlling.
for example, if i am writing any code in JavaSE7, and when i run it in JavaSE6 it should convert, somthing like this is git do??

and gitx is only for mac, is it not for windows??

one more thing, where do i start, what it is all about i am still not getting..

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Punit Jain wrote:
so it's all about version controlling.
for example, if i am writing any code in JavaSE7, and when i run it in JavaSE6 it should convert, somthing like this is git do??

That's not what version control is. Read this which explains what it is.
 
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