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My projects status . . .

My Final Project Result

Greetings! Today Anna University Result came for MCA final year project. As my hod told, i got first mark in my class/college. Internal – 78/80 External – 317/320 Total – 395/400 Very Happy with this marks. 🙂 Regards, Arulalan.T Advertisements

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My 4 new weather symbol markers in CDAT # Developing

Hi, I successfully created first 4 new weather symbol markers in CDAT. I created these symbols by “C” coding . It some what difficult to do coding in ‘C’ after start coding  in python for past 6 months. 🙂 Trying … Continue reading

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My College Project Final – Demo

Good noon, Ya, just now i showed demo to my external mam. She surprised and congrats by seeing the output of the demo. I started webscrap the current temperature from the side http://timeanddate.com/weather/india for all over the cities. And by … Continue reading

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My College Project Final – Viva

Hi to all, Today I presented my college project final viva (05-07-210). [ I am doing final year MCA in Saveetha Engineering College, Chennai. ] I finished college project the mid date of march itself. Then i started to do … Continue reading

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CDAT – Marker – Going to add more markers

Hai everybody , past two days , I asked my queries regarding markers plug-ins in CDAT mailing list. The CDAT developer Mr.Charles سمير Doutriaux replied to all my queires patientlly. I thought , the markers source code is written by … Continue reading

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My Project Implemented In Indian Meteorological Department Chennai

Hai Everybody, I am very happy to say that i implemented my project in Indian Meteorological Department , Chennai , Nungambakkam from yesterday midnight (18.05.2010). http://www.imdchennai.gov.in/ Testing is going on. I generated the Change Chart automation project and implemented the … Continue reading

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