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  1. Facebook vs Orkut | Facebook chews Orkut | What Makes Facebook Win Over Orkut?

    by , 30th December 2010 at 03:28 PM (FaaDoOEngineers Blogs: India's No.1 Website for Engineers!)
    facebook is the number 1 social networking website by overtaking orkut and others
    umble beginnings to a worldwide phenomenon. This statement can very aptly summarize the short journey of social networking Goliath Orkut and Facebook. These humble beginnings have emerged as a gift to mankind, helping unite innumerable friends and relatives who were lost, or simply drifted apart.

    Orkut was internally commissioned by Google to their developer Orkut Buyukkokten in 2003 as their social networking platform, and was launched ...
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  2. Facebook Mesmerising one and all..Is it the new Microsoft?

    by , 30th December 2010 at 03:15 PM (FaaDoOEngineers Blogs: India's No.1 Website for Engineers!)
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    Facebook has become a global phenomenon and overcome every other website or service on the internet. 500 Million+ users and a growth rate of as high as 40% in countries like India & China is enough to assert the fact that Facebook is going to remain the king of internet for a while! One of the best features about Facebook is that users can create and add their own applications which other users can use and “Like”.

    Not only this, engineers at Facebook ...
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  3. Use Action Words in your Resume to make it even more FaaDoO

    by , 4th December 2010 at 02:00 PM (FaaDoOEngineers Blogs: India's No.1 Website for Engineers!)
    Positive action words make your resume accomplishments sound even more impressive. They get the prospective employer's attention. They add dimension to your qualifications. Use them to add pizazz to your resume.

    I have assembled an alphabetically sorted list of action words for an easy reference:

    Assumed responsibility