Sometime back I posted an info graphic on How Data Travels Along a “Wireless” Network. The same guys who made that have whipped up a newer info graphic that shows How Video Data Travels From a Phone to YouTube to a Laptop. It’s quite interesting to see the whole process in one glance.
It’s been a month exactly since I joined eBuilder as an Application Support Engineer. It’s been a really great month. I am still in the process of learning stuff. It has been really nice learning the stuff I have learnt. Made a lot of new friends as well. It has been a hectic month, but a good one :)
Well, it’s been one heck of a week. On Monday I started my work as an Application Support Engineer at eBuilder. Love the place. Nice people and the atmosphere is great. Learning stuff there now.
Birthday celebrations today was great :) Many gifts. Loads of thank to all the wishes and gifts.
Today was the final interview for me for the post of Application Support Engineer at eBuilder. It’s a Swedish software company. I believe I have a confirmation on the job. Currently, I’m awaiting to work out formalities to start work. By August I will definitely be starting work there. My good friend Kaushini is also at eBuilder for the past few years. Certainly going to be fun.
UPDATE : So it’s confirmed. I will be starting work at eBuilder on the 9th of August 2010. It’s going to be an interesting and fun week.
I always wondered the maximum number of threads Gmail can handle in a single conversation. Today I reached the maximum capacity. The maximum is 100. After this even though you can reply, the message doesn’t submit. Gmail says that is submits the message. But the thread doesn’t update. Interesting indeed.
UPDATE : So within the course of the day I learnt that actually the message I sent after the 100th message did submit, and that GMail had created a newer thread with the same recipients and subject. Quite neat.
So after so many years after Google began, I guess you have a small idea on how Google works. But this info graphic I came across explains the whole process in a easily to understand manner. That too the whole process. Certainly interesting.
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