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Vaibhav Sharma

Vaibhav Sharma
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The Self-Adaptable Software
Vaibhav Sharma | 9/24/2010 at 10:35 AM

Indelicately speaking, self-adaptable software is any software (specialized or otherwise) that has the ability to respond to the needs of the users and doesn’t completely depend on the operating environment and is further proficient in dealing with faults, curtailing the chances of partial or complete failures. At its core it’s flexible. With flexibility, comes complexity. But then, we are software developers, and complexity is as native to us, as pointers to C/C++ (no pun intended).

I am a decently mini-pro type of a PC gamer (I am proud of it, even though its mini) and was trying out FIFA 2010 on my PC with an NVidia GeForce 8400GS graphics card installed onto it. As is true for all the recently launched games, on-board graphics simply doesn't suffice their needs. They humbly need more powerful GPUs to render the superior graphics intensive characters, surroundings and their interactions. On the beautiful start of a weekend (yes I can still recall, it was a beautiful Saturday morning) my graphics card passed away (pardon me for my emotions, but they are as real as the real data-type).

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