This is a very old and wise saying (by old, I mean the beginning of the tech era/ startup culture) that if you have an idea for a product, first make sure that the product is useful to you, and care about the rest afterwards. Because the best use of a prosuct can only made by a user who needs it and it matches his requirements.
Some ideas of mobile apps that I have in mind, (other than those which I’ve already built apps on:
App based on Near Field Communication
This is a chatting application. This app will use Near Field Communication instead of internet to communicate to nearby users of the same app. The users might be strangers, so the app is a way to talk to strangers.
Well, I’m back here again. After a long time, and also after a long break from my work. Been a long time since I blogged, I even forgot the link to the admin page and also my password (LoL). Jokes apart, it’s the the dawn of a new year, a new semester, and new opportunities too. Well the last element is my major concern over here, the same, which had kept me busy during these winter holidays. While I’m writing this, another thing comes to my mind, the thought of making new year resolutions, and not forgetting them this time, like each year.
Yesterday I got a tar.gz file for eclipse IDE from my computer lab to install and work on it for the IBM the Great Mind Challenge. I am doing a project on RFID Based Employee Attendance System.
So now I had manually install this file, offline, because the Internet in my college sucks big time. I searched for it in google. Found a crap bag saying that using Ubuntu Software Center in better. “Obviously I know that way is much more convenient, but you do a task the hard way when you have some constraints!”