Archive for the ‘Others’ Category

Looking for a Freelancer for Mobile Development

Posted: February 18, 2016 by MaxFraudy in Others

We are looking for a freelancer who has prior experience in development. Can’t disclose much about the project at this stage. Timelines & enumeration can be discussed and agreed upon mutually.

If you can help or know of someone who can, please do write to  or post a comment here.



” As I develop …

Posted: April 9, 2014 by MaxFraudy in Others

” As I develop and serve, be patient. God is not finished with me yet.”

-Jesse Jackson

For those of you who were beginning to wonder if there was ever going to be more activity here, there is good news. Wait, just a little bit longer……….

Brad Frost’s “Death to Bull****”

Posted: April 26, 2013 by MaxFraudy in Others

Came across this incredible analysis shared on Slideshare. Talks about how internet and social media is increasing the amount of crap that floats around. it is making information cheaper and cheaper and attention more expensive. Do read

Regular Expressions: An Unavoidable Technique

Posted: April 23, 2013 by Theodoulus in Excel, Others, VBA

A Regular Expression provides grammar for a formal language; this specification can be interpreted by a regular expression processor, which is a program that either serves as a parser generator or examines text and identifies substrings that are members of the specified (again, formal) language. Regular expressions are used by many text editors, utilities, and programming languages to search and manipulate text based on patterns.

Regular expressions are used while validating an input by the user, searching a substring in a string (Partial Search) etc.
The most common thing that we all do in our daily life is (CTRL+F), i.e. FIND or CTRL+H means REPLACE in any editor or application on the computer.
Lets say, there is a list of blogs and one wants to extract all the blogs those are at wordpress then it can be achieved using a Regular Expression given below:


Above given regular expression can be used in any programming language that supports regular expression.

For more information please follow the link given below:

Amazing Power of Excel (BBC Article)

Posted: April 22, 2013 by MaxFraudy in Others

This is what BBC has to say about MS Excel. Can’t say I disagree 🙂

To read the complete article, go to :

The Mysterious Powers of Microsoft Excel (BBC Website)

Enjoy 🙂