We had an amazing MeetUp of WordPressians Group (6th meetup) at Dhaka, last Saturday (June 28th, 2014). It was our first meetup at HubDhaka, a great place of my dear friend Sajid. It was a super great meetup with all of our guys in WordPress Community.
I spoke about “Contributing In WordPress”. Here are the slides –
Too shocked to see best Actor, Actress, also supporting cast! “Matthew McConaughey” & “Cate Blanchett” is obviously super talented, but when you compare them with “Christian Bale” in “American Hustle” or “Leonardo DiCaprio” in “The Wolf of Wall Street” (I have not seen last one yet, but the way my friends are talking about it ….), Come on! I mean when did “Dallas Buyers Club” released? Who seen it? I even never seen its trailer, or heard its name. Each year one thing Academy does perfectly, piss everybody off! Sorry Bale, Sorry DiCaprio, but you won our heart!
This Flappy Bird game seems super easy, feels like a 2-year kid could play it, but it's insanely difficult, almost impossible to crack the game dynamics, but at the same time astonishingly addictive. Its Top App in free category since 17th November, in both iOS and Google Play Store, reported as earning daily $50,000 USD, developed by a single developer in a single weekend. But the Vietnamese developer Dong Nguyen is super pissed in too much media attention, and gossip about a possible copyright issue with famous Nintendo game “Super Mario”. And he decided to take the game down from both marketplace today(within of this post). Wanna check it out? I am sure this number of total download (previously stated as 50 million) is going to increase superbly just in last 24hour. Lets wait for the numbers to come!
Today is Facebook's 10th Birthday. Mark Zuckerberg wrote a great status today about Facebook's one decade in journey, and how he foresee the future. But do you know about this FacebookLook Back thingy? This surely going to bring smile in your face.
Somebody tagged me in a Facebook status, which links to a pastebin which leads to massive disaster. Autotagged bunch of my friends, and auto followed lots of junk stuff. I immediately deleted all those comments, untagged everybody, unfollowed, and reported everything. I changed my pass, enabled all possible security.
I have always seen over 3Mbps in my Teletalk(at least in my office and home), and that 3G. 3.5G has the capacity to deliver upto 21Mbps. But whats the point of making it 3.5 or 3.9 or 3.99G when they still provide that lower speed (people reporting they get only 1Mbps in Robi Sheirom 3.5G, in their WIC). And try to think what they will charge for 21Mbps in Bangladesh. Take a guess!
First seen the report by blogger Ruchira. Now I also start to get emails containing subject “Interested in Purchasing Advertising: site address“. Here I will share details of the proposal, why its sounds bad, and surely bad and why you should not fall for it.
split() is a very common PHP function. Here I am not going to discuss its usage. But I will give a super simple solution for the error “Deprecated: Function split() is deprecated“. This error is annoying, and will happen to everyone using split() function. So, keep reading for the super easy solution.
Why We Are Getting This Error Suddenly?
preg_split(), which uses a Perl-compatible regular expression syntax, is often a faster alternative to split(). If you don't require the power of regular expressions, it is faster to use explode(), which doesn't incur the overhead of the regular expression engine.
While reading a news about “Google’s Stunning Street Views From the Top of the World” at Wired, I just find out Bangladeshi Flag in “Aconcagua Summit, Mendoza, Argentina”. It was very surprising but feels great. You could check directly from Google Maps here – https://asif.im/gMapsMt . BTW the summit of mighty Aconcagua is the tallest mountain in the Western and Southern Hemispheres and the tallest point outside of the Himalayas. So was it Wasfia Nazreen? and its part of Bangladesh on seven summits?
I love name.com. Today they announced a new service called RapidPress. It's a hosted WordPress solution, with domain and other necessary service. As a WordPress lover I also like to see more people built business on WordPress, making it easy for people to blog and make website. But probably for marketing Name.com in a way insult Automattic, company behind WordPress.com, which I don't like. Keep reading for details.