Hello, I have a college assignment where I'm told to create a chat room client server application. However one of the questions is "What are the networking and operating system requirements for chat room application?". And I'm stuck there, I did some research from google and books but quite can't get it. So this is my last resort, asking directly on this web site, and hopefully someone can enlighten me on this. I just don't have any idea where to start, what "requirement" does the assignment mean? is it a simple answer of that it should support TCP/IP with Port …

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I planning to buy an Android phone of medium budget so I need your help to find out the best so it does not hangs and works smoothly, it should support most apps in the play store?

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I'm confuse ..... What do I really need to install in order to use the API for bluetooth? I'm going to develope a wireless mobile application that can communicate with my laptop....

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So you have finished a system after a significant amount of time. Everything seems to be in place. You have the queries for database and normalized the database. The system is probably bug-free(maybe for now). The design is neat and not confusing which can give the "user-friendly" touch. Everything seems to be ok and in the moment of publishing. But what does a computer system usually require in terms of hardware( or maybe software as well) before it can be put in the computer? Do you need a specific hardware for the database like a very big machine? Or will …

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From the LoL forums it says: "The following are the minimum and recommended system requirements for running League of Legends on a PC: Minimum System Requirements: 2 GHz processor 1 GB RAM (Windows Vista and 7 users will want 2 GB of RAM or more) 2 GB available hard disk space Shader version 2.0 capable video card Support for DirectX v9.0c or better Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7. (Note: Mac OS and Linux are not currently supported.) Recommended System Requirements 3 GHz processor 2 GB of RAM (Windows Vista and 7 users should use 4 GB of RAM …

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Hello everyone! I'm doing a survey on the state of requirements engineering in the software development industry for my degree dissertation. My project is about developing a dedicated Requirements Management System. So, please drop by my questionnaire page (Google Forms) if you would like to participate. More information regarding my project can be found there. Your responses will help me develop a better and more relevant system, so I'm looking forward to them! [Questionnaire](http://bit.ly/drms-questionnaire) Thank you.

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Did you know that VS2010 Express can work on 512 MB RAM? I tried to install it in my laptop with 512 Ram and doesn't seem to hang. For PCs with 512 Ram, you may install VS2010 EXpress...It works normally..

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There is much to be learned by self-teaching a given programming language or three, but there are other business related aspects that have given rise to some questions. I hope I am posting in the appropriate forum section, and that my questions are not too quaint or elementary to merit answering. [LIST] [*]What is the difference between stand-alone, verifiable, quantifiable, and implementation-free requirements? [*]In what scenario would they be best used? [*]How often do you find yourself working on a development without frozen requirements? [*]As a customer, why is it important to have a frozen requirement? [/LIST]

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Hey all, Just thought I'd drop in and say hello. Why? Because it's so annoying when you join a new forum and never use it. ;-) I've been in software B2B for about 15 years, mostly as a public relations guy, but rather than focused on pitching editors at trade magazines like Dr. Dobb's, have been more interested in building communities with my customers, getting them to help one another, share ideas, code, etc. that it only made sense that I check out what others like Dani are doing. I've started blogs that turned into Customer Community Portals, and have …

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I have written the title as “Script to Group Values” for lack of a better title. I want to have a MySQL database that receives value from a form on a webpage. For example, I have people signing up for an event. I want to create something (probably in PHP but I have no idea if it can do it) that can take each of the people who are applying for the event and place them in a room. Each person will have certain requirements or variables that must be met such as who they request to room with, male …

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:cool: hi Friends,.,. !! i want to know a perfect time consumption for a given particular program.. [B][COLOR="red"]IN MILLISECONDs[/COLOR][/B] I know the way of using following method: [CODE=c] start=clock(); /*... ... my programming logic . . . ... */ end=clock(); difference=(end-start);[/CODE] But it gives time in seconds , which is not useful for me in some programs,.. Q.1 Can anyone help me to measure time in [COLOR="red"][B][I]MILISECONDS ?[/I][/B][/COLOR]:idea: Q.2 Is there any [COLOR="red"][I][B]TOOL[/B][/I][/COLOR] which can give me perfect time consumptions ?? Please help me friends . . have a great day !

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According to a Search Software Quality survey of 492 IT professionals, 22 percent struggle most with requirements gathering. Yet the same group said they spend less than 12 percent of their time doing it. Not so at [url=http://www.lsi.com]LSI Corp.[/url], which probably made some of the storage silicon in the computer you're using right now. "During development phase, we take an idea to 10 choice customers and ask what they think," said Steve Hochberg, senior director of high performance computing at LSI. "We ask where the requirements are going in two years and whether [our idea] meets them. 'Are we headed …

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