Archive for the ‘Humair’s News Releases’ Category

HumairAhmed.com – Weekly Blogs on Networking, Technology, and Silicon Valley

Friday, June 9th, 2017

Silicon ValleyI started blogging about everything Tech related back in 2008 when I moved to the Silicon Valley area (an interesting story I will write about later), because I loved technology and wanted to share my knowledge and experiences with others and that really was the main and only driver; you can look at at the archives on my site starting in 2008. (more…)

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Humair’s Blog – Finally Removed the Registration Requirement for Leaving Comments

Saturday, February 9th, 2013

Apologies for getting this done so late. I have had many requests in the past to remove the registration requirement for leaving comments. I get a ton of spam mail and spam comments, and that was the main reason for this requirement. Spam was really a pain; I also had to manually delete the spam and then search for and approve legitimate comments – I found out the hard way that I do not have enough time for this. Today I finally got around to implementing a spam filter (which as of yet remains to be seen how well it works). For now, no more registration required and no more moderation. (more…)

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Cloud Computing and the Pace of Technological Innovation

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

Sillicon ValleyEveryone knows for the most part that technology, especially in Silicon Valley, is a fast moving beast. Nowadays, it’s not a field for people to get into halfheartedly; otherwise, you may find yourself being eatin’ alive by the competition. It’s a land and time where geeks and hardcore tech junkies flourish and those seeking a 9 to 5 job die off. With the speed at which technology is moving, even I, a devout hardcore tech junky whose personal and work life have commingled to a point of no distinction, find it hard to keep up. (more…)

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HumairAhmed.com: Top 500,000 Websites in US – Not Bad for a Blog!

Wednesday, December 28th, 2011

BloggingWell, it looks like I’ve finally broken into the top 500,000 websites in the US in terms of traffic according to Alexa. Not bad for a semi-periodically updated blog I suppose. Most sites, especially personal blogs, don’t even make the ranking let alone break the 1,000,000 barrier. My global ranking is still around 4,000,000 to 5,000,000, which is still good for a blog. (more…)

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