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Java API Makes Database Metadata as Easily Accessible as POJOs

Since obtaining database metadata is not very common in applications, there are no good frameworks or APIs to obtain it, as there are for obtaining the data itself.

Java API Makes Database Metadata as Easily Accessible as POJOs

This article was written in 2006, and published on DevX.com.

BIS – As I see it in 2000 A.D.

I had come to visit my dear old school. It was 2000 A.D. - nearly 2 decades after I had passed out. I was thrilled to see my alma mater after so long, on my visit to Bombay. It was nothing like I remembered it.

BIS – As I see it in 2000 A.D.

Originally published in the Bombay International School yearbook, Spectrum, in 1985, and re-published in 2011

What's in a Name?

Man has been discovering metals right from prehistoric times and will continue to complete the far from finished list of trans-uranic metals. All but 22 elements can be considered metals and the names for these various metals are drawn front the vast gamut of human activity.

What's in a Name?

This article was written in 1985, and published in Science Today, India's leading popular science magazine, in July 1985.

The World in a Brain

Will computers ever take over the world? Human beings are still superior to computers. A computer may be a fast and accurate calculating machine, but human beings are capable of taking complex decisions quickly, and learning from past experiences.

The World in a Brain

This article was written in 1994, and published in Express Computer, India's leading national computer weekly, in October 1997.

The Wizard of OS

Imagine five philosophers who have met to dine together. They sit at a round table, with a bowl of noodles in front of each, and a chopstick between the bowls.

The Wizard of OS

This article was written in 1994, and published in Express Computer, India's leading national computer weekly, in October 1997.

Virus!

Virus! The very whisper evokes an unreasonable fear. Most people are terrified of viruses: visions of months of work going up in smoke, of lost time, and of lost productivity fill their eyes. The cause? A small program capable of attaching itself to others, and reproducing at will.

Virus!

This article was written in 1994, and not completed.

Best Foot Forward

Best Foot Forward by Kaumudi Marathe with inputs from Sanjiv Bajaj and Sualeh Fatehi.

Best Foot Forward

These articles were published as part of a series - Best Foot Forward - in the Independent, in 1994.

Science Notes

A project that has taken a quarter a century to come to fruition. I had always dreamed of writing a science text book. The internet has made it happen.

Science Notes

These notes were written between 1982 and 1985, and typed up by Randi Butler in 2012-13.

Paper on X.400

The earliest electronic mail (email) in networked environments (and otherwise) was simple automated file transfer. There were several email transfer methods, and it was felt that there should be some standardisation.

Paper on X.400

This article was written in 1993, in the form of a thesis.

Conversion of Roman Numbers

Although it may seem easy to learn how to form Roman numbers from Hindu-Arabic, and vice versa, the analysis is quite involved.

Conversion of Roman Numbers

This article was written in 1994, as a thought process for a computer program.