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Quick Calc on Mac

Click on Apps icon - Select calculator Or open spotlight, type calculator and select the first option to launch calculator. Type in your numbers and operators to get the result, seems to be the most used one. You can also use Dashboard (by pressing F4) and calculator should be there by default.BUt the easiest of them if your data isn't very complex is just open spotlight (cmd-space) and type in your data there... For e.g., 3^4*2 and the first result is your answer. :)

Android/Java Static Code Analysis Tools

Java/Android compilers in itself are very good and give very good warnings to inform about various issues/things done wrong.

Just thought about trying free Static Code Analysis Tools and found the below:

FindBugsPMD All have eclipse plugin urls, so you can add the URLs at the software site link and easily add the plugins.
FindBugs Damn good tool. Install the plugin and then right click on a java/android project. You will find FindBugs Menu. Just click on FindBugs and it gives a very good overview of the review bugs in it's own perspective.
Each of the bugs is categorized by the pattern (you can change the categorization in the toolbar) and it lists all the occurrence of that type in all files in the project under that.  Clicking on it, it gives a very very good description about what the error is and why that is considered to be an error. It indicates if its just a suggestion or performance issue or style issue.  Some of these were quite new for me and the explanation made me feel …

Kaiwara and Avani Trip

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Date: 21st November
Places Covered: Kaiwara, Kailasagiri, Kurudumale, Mulbagal and Avani.
Vehicle: My Ritz
Distance Covered: 280 Kms
Start from Home @ 8 AM
Back Home @ 10 PM


We went to Kaiwara to see the Amaranarayanaswamy temple there. 
A passer-by suggested us to visit Kailasagiri when we asked for directions to cave temples of Kaiwara. Didn't know it was man-made caves but it was first time I saw chaturlinga (4 faced Lingas like Brahma). Nice place to visit and temple free lunch was amazing. Details about this place: http://www.deccanherald.com/content/6954/snippets.html


We came back to see Kaiwara caves with the lakshminarasimha temple in the caves and then saw the "Kaiwara" Thatha's Ashram + temple.




We then headed to Kudurumale Ganesha temple near mulbagal. There is a large stone idol of Ganesha.


After that we went to Anjenaya temple in Mulbagal town. It was supposed to be very famous but didn't find much crowd and the pujari there wasn't interested in doing a poo…