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Author Archives: Kishore Jangid

Kishore Jangid is the author of most of the post at dignaj.com. He write mostly on the topic of .Net Framework languages, OpenText Content Server.
Programmatically change Taskbar icon in WPF

Programmatically change Taskbar icon in WPF

Recently when I was working on one of my personal project in WPF. I added the ability to change themes for this WPF applications, but the difficulty that I faced was to change the Taskbar icon with respect to the theme. Normally we add a static icon for any application. But sometimes that icon doesn’t reflect the theme accent. In ... Read More »

OpenText Content Server Web Builder

OpenText Content Server Web Builder

I developed Content Server Web Builder nearly one and half year ago. Some of the experts like to see this in action, so I have hosted this project on GitHub. You can download this module and install it on your dev environment, if interested. Previous Post: https://www.linkedin.com/grp/post/2433116-5873855848870076416 (Login required) GitHub Project location: https://github.com/kishorejangid/WebBuilder Project Info: Web Builder is a Content Server module to view the OScript ... Read More »

How to resolve: Error 997. Overlapped I/O operations is in progress while installing SQL Server 2014

How to resolve: Error 997. Overlapped I/O operations is in progress while installing SQL Server 2014

Recently I was trying to install SQL Server 2014 Express on my laptop and struck at an error. I still couldn’t figure out the root cause for this error, but as per this MSDN blog post, it is because of some Microsoft Windows Updates, but even after following the steps mentioned by some users in the comments after removing all ... Read More »

A New Start

A New Start

After almost a year with no new post in dignaj.com, from this point, we are going to restart dignaj.com with a new posts written by it’s authors and no more PressThis which brings content from other websites to this. We will keep the old blogs to make google happy. Here on, we focus on sharing the experience we gain from our ... Read More »

Google Inbox Users Can Now Invite Others to Join

Google Inbox Users Can Now Invite Others to Join

If you’re still waiting for an invite to Inbox, Google’s new app that rethinks email, we have good news: Just bug your friends who already have it. The service, which is still in beta, rolled out to limited users on Wednesday. Users who emailed inbox@google.com could request an invitation, but only Google employees had the ability to invite others. But ... Read More »

Coin Is One Credit Card

Coin Is One Credit Card

There are lots of companies, including Google and Apple, that would like to replace your wallet with a digital version, but a startup has a somewhat less ambitious goal — replace your handful of credit cards with one super card. Coin, a credit-card-like device, is set for a summer 2014 launch. As the video below explains, Coin swipes like an ... Read More »

10 Hottest Digital Creative Jobs

10 Hottest Digital Creative Jobs

The world has gone digital. At this point, most companies big and small have a website, Facebook Page and Twitter handle. With these new digital properties comes a slew of digital jobs — with that comes the demand for new staff members to create digital assets, design logos, manage a website and transform sketches on napkins into actual products. In ... Read More »

Is Social Media Destroying Real-World Relationships?

Is Social Media Destroying Real-World Relationships?

There’s no doubt social media enables us to organize our real-world relationships, and even meet new people outside the digital realm — both of which can be great, life-enhancing things. But could social networking have an adverse effect on our quality of life? Consider this: 24% of respondents to one survey said they’ve missed out on enjoying special moments in person because ... Read More »

How a Google Search Travels Around the World

How a Google Search Travels Around the World

Google has put together an infographic that shows the journey of a search on the site, from how a query travels 1,500 miles at nearly the speed of light to hit different data centers around the world to how it ranks its results. In an infographic given to media, Google likens the web to a book with millions of pages. The search ... Read More »

Now There Are More Internet Addresses Than Stars in the Universe

Now There Are More Internet Addresses Than Stars in the Universe

Long story short: After this week’s switchover to a new protocol called IPv6, there are a whole lot of IP addresses on the Internet. How many more? Just one day after the world wide web made a permanent and forever change on Wednesday, CNN reported the Internet now has 340 trillion trillion trillion unique addresses. That’s 340 undecillion. We knew ... Read More »