This is a story from the Hitopadesha. Hitopadesha as the name suggests is Hitha+Upadesha in Sanskrit which means, benevolent advice. This set of stories named as Hitopadesha is said to have been written in Sanskrit, by a person by name Narayana Pandit in the 12th century for a King by name Dhavalachandra. 486 more words
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As soon as I sent in the final corrections for The Monkey’s Voyage I started thinking about (and sometimes agonizing over) all the things I had left out. 1,154 more words
After seeing Node.JS in summer last year for the first time, it has since then always amazed me, how easy it is to use it. In this article, I would like to give you a very basic example of a Node.JS web application that you can use as a pattern for almost any other application. 1,369 more words
Picking up a new framework can sometimes feel like you’re on a wild goose chase… or in this case, a wild Mongoose chase.
My maiden voyage out into the wild to catch this beast, has been one such chase – and I’m still chucking poke-balls hoping against hope that this time, the rat-bastard won’t break free.631 more words