Paul has more than 10 years of experience within the digital realm. He loves to talk about his ‘HOT’ girlfriend and when it comes to geeky boring topics, and nerdy technical issues he’s a magic man. Paul also enjoys reading and solving complex puzzles.
“Give to the world the best you have and the best will come back to you” -Edward W. Bok 1929
An object in programming is an entity that can be manipulated with a set of commands. So, in essence, the object error message points to errors that are being encountered when the system is run on a computer. It is typically encountered when using various internet browsers, and here an effort is being made to understand them in the [...]
The Windows Console is a facility in the Windows operating system that allows the use of text-based commands. It takes us back to those days when GUIs were unheard of, and the operations of the operating system were done through a series of text commands. In 2019, Windows Console was open-sourced, which enabled people to work on [...]
Work was started in the late 1990’s on the .Net architecture and it was in the 2000’s that the version 1.0 was released to the public. The framework intends to harmonize and standardize some of the existing platforms that are available to develop programs and applications. One of the strongest points of the .NET [...]
The File Manager was introduced in the Windows Operating System to manage files stored in the system. It was subsequently replaced by “My Computer” in the later version of the operating system. But starting in 2018, the File Manager has been introduced as an optional component in the Windows Operating System, including in [...]
Microsoft Silverlight is a RIA(Rich Internet Applications) framework built by Microsoft. It serves as an alternative to Adobe’s Flash player but has a significantly less market and adoption among both developers and customers. Silverlight plugin is available for major browsers as they help parse and run Silverlight content just like the [...]