Saturday, November 4, 2017

Top 100 social media profile creation websites



    1. 500px
      500px ISO is home to the best photo stories on the web. We feature the unique, crazy, and beautiful stories behind the photos you see on 500px. You'll meet inspirational photographers, and discover how they capture the images that blow your mind every day. From tutorials to collections and beyond, 500px ISO is your go-to source for everything photography.
      Website Link: https://500px.com/msksiva
      Group Link: https://500px.com/groups/graphicsdesigners
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    2. http://www.123greetings.com/connect/profile/uid-17240186232488164
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    3. http://www.apnacircle.com/profile/002tp9pp0ek79nr
    4. https://wiki.answers.com/Q/User:Sivakumar_Murugesan
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    5. http://www.brijj.com/msksiva 
    6. https://www.behance.net/msksiva
    7. https://www.bloglovin.com/blogs/webmobile-ui-design-consultant-kerala-3990654 
    8. http://msksiva.business.site/
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    9. https://www.connectcv.com/msksiva 
    10. https://www.cnet.com/profiles/msksiva/
    11. http://www.cafepress.com/msksiva
    12. https://msksiva.carbonmade.com/projects/4463569 
    13. http://www.classmates.com/siteui/people/sivakumar-murugesan/4000155885018/
    14. https://www.consumercomplaints.in/profile-761832
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    15.  http://designer-siva.tripod.com/
    16. https://www.dealsplus.com/user/msksiva
    17. http://digg.com/msksiva  
    18. https://www.dropshots.com/sivakumarmurugesan
    19. https://dribbble.com/msksiva
    20. https://disqus.com/by/msksiva/
    21. https://websitetemplates.deviantart.com/
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    22. http://en.netlog.com/msksiva 
    23. https://www.elance.com/s/msksiva/
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    24. http://www.fixya.com/users/graphicsbg 
    25. https://www.freelancer.com/u/msksiva
    26. http://facebook.com/msksiva
    27. http://friendfeed.com/msksiva
    28. http://www.flickr.com/people/standardtips/ 
    29. http://www.freelancer.com/users/79174.html
    30. http://www1.fotolog.com/msksiva/mosaic/ 
    31. https://www.foursquare.com/msksiva
    32. https://www.fiverr.com/msksiva
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    33. http://www.galatta.com/community/profile.php?user=msk_siva
    34. http://www.getacoder.com/users/getadesigner/
    35. https://plus.google.com/u/0/+sivakumarmsksiva
    36. https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/26474669-siva-kumar  
    37. https://github.com/msksiva 
    38. https://en.gravatar.com/msksiva
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    39. http://www.hoonur.com/siva-kumar/designer/p01a2e8b6cb2a5274b58a1471a6f35ec6/  
    40. https://hubpages.com/@msksiva
    41. https://www.myheritage.com/site-17132382/kumar
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    42. http://www.indyarocks.com/profile/profile_vview_main.php?uid=2932059
    43. http://www.indyarocks.com/profile/profile_vview_main.php?uid=5323
    44. http://indli.com/user/msksiva 
    45. http://www.ibibo.com/msk_siva  
    46. http://mobile.instructables.com/member/msksiva/
    47. https://www.instagram.com/designersiva/
    48. http://msksiva.imagekind.com
    49. http://www.indiastudychannel.com/member/msksiva.aspx 
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    50. https://www.kiva.org/lender/msksiva
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    51. https://in.linkedin.com/in/msksiva/
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    52. http://www.mylot.com/msk_siva
    53. http://msksiva.hi5.com 
    54. http://msksiva.wordpress.com/ 
    55. https://myspace.com/msksiva 
    56. http://www.mouthshut.com/msksiva 
    57. http://www.metacafe.com/channels/Sivakumar%20Murugesan_8187298/
    58. https://www.meetup.com/members/13979443/ 
    59. https://www.merchantcircle.com/msksiva
    60. https://medium.com/@msksiva
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    61. http://www.networkedblogs.com/user/637489146
    62. http://my.naukri.com/RecruitersPreview/view/id/8cc6220124ee44087e28de35c4a9ba943ec03cdfb7fdfdda/
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    63. http://pulse.yahoo.com/_UCNFO3DND5NOPUX7F3QUT6BDMA
    64. https://in.pinterest.com/msksiva/
    65. http://pociall.com/siva-20227239 
    66. http://s1147.photobucket.com/user/msksiva/profile/
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    67. https://www.programmableweb.com/profile/msksiva
    68. https://www.quora.com/profile/Sivakumar-Murugesan 
    69. http://www.question2answer.org/qa/user/msksiva
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    70. https://www.reddit.com/user/msksiva
    71. http://blogs.rediff.com/msksiva/
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    72. stumbleupon.com/stumbler/msksiva/
    73. http://www.sirfdosti.com/profile.asp?userid=185320
    74. https://stackoverflow.com/users/1012591/web-designer-promoter
    75. http://www.slideshare.net/msksiva
    76. https://soundcloud.com/msksiva/
    77. https://www.soundtrap.com/msksiva
    78. http://www.shelfari.com/msksiva 
    79. http://www.scoop.it/u/msksiva 
    80. https://www.smule.com/msk_siva
    81. https://softland.shutterfly.com/ 
    82. http://msksiva.strikingly.com/ 
    83. https://www.sitejabber.com/users/sivak3
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    84. http://toostep.com/siva-409164033
    85. http://www.tagged.com/arasiyalkalam
    86. https://www.techgig.com/msksiva 
    87. https://www.tripadvisor.com/members/msksiva
    88. http://twitter.com/msksiva
    89. http://msksiva.tumblr.com/
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    90. https://www.upwork.com/o/profiles/users/_~016dd6a28b4b065831/
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    91. https://visual.ly/users/msksiva/portfolio
    92. https://vimeo.com/msksiva
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    93. http://websitetemplates.deviantart.com/
    94. https://www.wayn.com/profiles/msksiva 
    95. https://www.wattpad.com/user/msksiva 
    96. https://msksiva.weebly.com/
    97. http://webdesigner.instablogs.com/
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    98. https://www.youtube.com/user/msksiva
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    99. http://www.zorpia.com/msksiva  
    100. https://www.zomato.com/msksiva
     
    Community/Groups member:

  1. https://500px.com/groups/graphicsdesigners 
  2. http://www.brijj.com/group/head-vp-gm-marketing
  3. https://photographersclub.deviantart.com/ 
  4. https://www.dealsplus.com/hp-coupons
  5. http://www.fixya.com/support/browse/computers
  6. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kerala/375021755884515/ 
  7. http://www.facebook.com/tvactors 
  8. https://www.facebook.com/keralamalayalee/
  9. https://www.flickr.com/groups/palmtec/
  10. https://sites.google.com/site/arasiyalkalamgroup/ 
  11. https://sites.google.com/site/webdesignercumseo/
  12. https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/108970989329055092375 
  13. https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4873129 
  14. http://www.orkut.com/Community.aspx?cmm=22659508
  15. https://in.pinterest.com/msksiva/india-tour/ 
  16. https://www.quora.com/topic/Web-Design 
  17. https://msksiva.quora.com/
  18. https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/users/64186/ 
  19. https://area51.stackexchange.com/users/66267/html-developer
  20. https://soundcloud.com/msksiva/sets/motivational-songs-tamil  
  21. https://www.sitejabber.com/reviews/designersiva.blogspot.in
  22. https://twitter.com/msksiva/lists/linkedin-connections 
  23. https://www.techgig.com/skill/seo 
  24. https://www.techgig.com/company/google
  25.  https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/electroniccomputer  
  26. https://www.youtube.com/user/beamconsultancy 
  27. https://www.edial.in/list/Madurai/1288441/designersiva#gsc.tab=0 
  28. https://www.wattpad.com/club/30-multimedia-designs
  29. https://www.zomato.com/chennai/madurai-kumar-mess-vadapalani

    Tuesday, September 19, 2017

    stackoverflow Badges

    Besides gaining reputation with your questions and answers, you receive badges for being especially helpful. Badges appear on your profile page, flair, and your posts.

    Question Badges

    First bounty you manually award on another person's question
    28 awarded
    First bounty you manually award on your own question
    29 awarded
    Ask a well-received question on 5 separate days, and maintain a positive question record
    138 awarded
    Ask a well-received question on 30 separate days, and maintain a positive question record
    1 awarded
    Ask a well-received question on 100 separate days, and maintain a positive question record
    Question favorited by 25 users
    87 awarded
    Question favorited by 100 users
    7 awarded
    First bounty you offer on another person's question
    34 awarded
    Question score of 10 or more
    3.5k awarded
    Question score of 25 or more
    1.6k awarded
    Question score of 100 or more
    198 awarded
    Question with 1,000 views
    6.2k awarded
    Question with 2,500 views
    3.6k awarded
    Question with 10,000 views
    1.4k awarded
    First bounty you offer on your own question
    39 awarded
    Ask a question and accept an answer
    5k awarded
    First question with score of 1 or more
    8.8k awarded
    Asked a question with zero score, no answers, no comments, and low views for a week

    Answer Badges

    First to answer and accepted with score of 10 or more
    1.9k awarded
    Edit and answer 1 question (both actions within 12 hours, answer score > 0)
    242 awarded
    Edit and answer 50 questions (both actions within 12 hours, answer score > 0)
    3 awarded
    Edit and answer 500 questions (both actions within 12 hours, answer score > 0)
    Provide non-wiki answers of 15 total score in 20 of top 40 tags
    Accepted answer and score of 40 or more
    983 awarded
    Answer score of 10 or more
    11.1k awarded
    Answer score of 25 or more
    4k awarded
    Answer score of 100 or more
    704 awarded
    Highest scoring answer that outscored an accepted answer with score of more than 10 by more than 2x
    168 awarded
    Provide an answer of +20 score to a question of -5 score
    19 awarded
    Answer more than 30 days after a question was asked as first answer scoring 2 or more
    18 awarded
    Answer a question more than 60 days later with score of 5 or more
    206 awarded
    Answer your own question with score of 3 or more
    40 awarded
    Answer a question with score of 1 or more
    5.6k awarded
    Zero score accepted answers: more than 5 and 20% of total
    Zero score accepted answers: more than 10 and 25% of total

    Participation Badges

    Complete "About Me" section of user profile
    23.5k awarded
    Visit an election during any phase of an active election and have enough reputation to cast a vote
    2.3k awarded
    Vote for a candidate in the final phase of an election
    1.3k awarded
    Leave 10 comments
    2.4k awarded
    Leave 10 comments with score of 5 or more
    361 awarded
    Visit the site each day for 30 consecutive days. (Days are counted in UTC.)
    423 awarded
    Visit the site each day for 100 consecutive days. (Days are counted in UTC.)
    115 awarded
    Earn at least 200 reputation (the daily maximum) in a single day
    911 awarded
    Earn 200 daily reputation 50 times
    19 awarded
    Earn 200 daily reputation 150 times
    4 awarded
    Followed the Area 51 proposal for this site before it entered the commitment phase
    52 awarded
    Voted 10 times, added 3 posts score > 0, and visited the site on 3 separate days during the private beta
    62 awarded
    One post with score of 2 on meta
    422 awarded
    10 posts with score of 2 on meta
    43 awarded
    Post 10 messages, with 1 or more starred, in chat
    272 awarded
    Post 10 messages in chat starred by 10 different users
    31 awarded
    Active member for a year, earning at least 200 reputation
    5.3k awarded

    Tag Badges

    You must have a total score of 100 in at least 20 non-community wiki answers to achieve this badge.
    494 awarded
    You must have a total score of 400 in at least 80 non-community wiki answers to achieve this badge.
    56 awarded
    You must have a total score of 1000 in at least 200 non-community wiki answers to achieve this badge.
    3 awarded

    Moderation Badges

    First flagged post
    2.1k awarded
    Raise 80 helpful flags
    70 awarded
    Raise 500 helpful flags
    9 awarded
    Vote 300 or more times
    499 awarded
    First rollback
    148 awarded
    Served as a pro-tem moderator for at least 1 year or through site graduation
    5 awarded
    Served as an elected moderator for at least 1 year
    5 awarded
    First down vote
    2.4k awarded
    Complete at least one review task. This badge is awarded once per review type
    1.8k awarded
    Complete at least 250 review tasks. This badge is awarded once per review type
    79 awarded
    Complete at least 1,000 review tasks. This badge is awarded once per review type
    19 awarded
    Delete own post with score of 3 or higher
    58 awarded
    First edit
    6.7k awarded
    Edit 80 posts
    42 awarded
    Edit 500 posts (excluding own or deleted posts and tag edits)
    5 awarded
    Vote on 600 questions and 25% or more of total votes are on questions
    42 awarded
    Edit first post that was inactive for 6 months
    232 awarded
    Edit 100 posts that were inactive for 6 months
    First retag
    382 awarded
    Delete own post with score of -3 or lower
    491 awarded
    Approve or reject 100 suggested edits
    34 awarded
    Up vote 100 answers on questions where an answer of yours has a positive score
    21 awarded
    Use 30 votes in a day
    238 awarded
    First up vote
    18.9k awarded
    First approved tag synonym
    8 awarded
    First tag wiki edit
    72 awarded
    Edit 50 tag wikis
    Create a tag used by 50 questions
    71 awarded
    Use the maximum 40 votes in a day
    110 awarded

    Other Badges

    Visited every section of the FAQ (retired)
    145 awarded
    Share a link to a question later visited by 25 unique IP addresses
    163 awarded
    Share a link to a question later visited by 300 unique IP addresses
    12 awarded
    Share a link to a question later visited by 1000 unique IP addresses
    9 awarded
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    Sunday, September 17, 2017

    StackExchange

    Regarding programming there are a lot of different formal methodologies for how you should go about it. But a lot of those assume you are already knowledgeable in the programming language and coding task at hand.
    There's also a lot of differing ideas on how to best learn things. But most of these are geared for pure learning, and don't really address the situation of a busy person who just wants to learn enough to get something done, for which there may not be examples, documentation, or mentors.
    The most effective method I've seen for this kind of situation I picked up from some mathematician/programmers on one of my projects, which they called "Toy Driven Development". I've adopted that style with my own personal projects to good effect.
    Starting from zero, you think about the general goal you want to get to, and identify one or more problems you think you'll need to solve in order to get there. Select the simplest sounding problem that isn't something you already know. Do some research (via google) to see if anyone's already done it (or asked about it on StackExchange!), and if so snag the example, take it apart, study it, master it, and tweak it into something more closely resembling the project ahead of you.
    If there is no such thing, then you have some experimenting to do. Find out what you can via manuals or whatever and get hacking. If you get stuck, ask for help or to bounce ideas off others. But keep your goal simple. You may realize that the single problem is often several; if so pick one and write the others down to work on later. Don't worry to much about proper code formatting or writing tests or documenting interfaces or any of that (unless it helps you think), just focus on the specific problem you're trying to sort out. Once you've solved the problem, do tidy up the code to get rid of superfluous scaffolding or test code to make your toy clearer. You want it short, something that makes a good example. If you can get the toy to do something useful by itself, that's perfect. Use the toy in various different ways to see if you can break it or find bugs.
    Next, whether you found an example or made one yourself, put it in an Experiments folder, and move on to the next problem you want to have done. Keep iterating until you have a handful of these toys.
    Then, shift gears to "integration". In this phase your coding should stick to things you already know well. Assemble a good solid infrastructure for your code, documenting and writing tests for each bit as you go (or write the tests and/or documentation first!) Don't cut and paste your toy code directly into your project, but instead use it as a reference as you re-write the code properly. When you get to a point where you're just not certain how to properly do some new feature, that's your signal to go make another toy.
    Anyway, the point is to keep the (fun) experimental work separate from your project. This helps you control the balance of time you spend learning vs. implementing, and helps you shake bugs out of new code ideas before they infect your main codebase.
    Same approach when reading a programming book. Read a little, run the examples and do some experiments to solidify what you've learned. Then go back and read more. But if it's something you already are relatively comfortable with (like learning your 5th programming language) then just read straight through.

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