What Does it Mean?
Code represents programming (and SQL) code, scripts, discussions, and configurations. Ghar means house or home. So Code Ghar is the House of Code.
We consider ourselves to be newbies in terms of practical computer admin and programming. We work with databases, administer some servers, write small scripts and programs, and generally experiment when we get some time. Whatever we learn, and as we learn it, will be posted here. This blog should serve not only as a log of what we have already learned, but also a way to teach others. If our lessons and instructions are questionable, please point out our shortcomings.
If you feel we have failed to provide information on a subject while covering something similar, please let me know. Nevertheless, please don’t expect us to actually cover or write about the thing you have suggested. There are multiple reasons for not expecting, some of which are: limited time and resources, we may not be interested, and we may not have the ability or skills to tackle the subject.
We want to learn different kinds of tools and techniques. The best way to learn is by doing it. However, there aren’t very many resources to provide students of technology with ideas which make them learn good things. So we intend to collect good ideas for projects which teach us what we want to learn.
Always remember, do not trust what you read on the Internet. Be cautious and you may prevent lots of problems. Similarly, do not implicitly believe what you read on this blog. It should be true as far as we know but our knowledge may be suspect. That is why always learn more before attempting anything mentioned here.
If for some reason you would like to email us, you can do so easily. Our email provider is gmail.com and username is the name of the blog: codeghar. Just put this information together and you will have my complete email address.
The reason for this roundabout way to provide said information is to reduce spam. It may not completely eliminate it but reduction would be welcome.
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