+420 123 456 789
Welcome to your website!
This is just a sample text which you should edit to make your own custom welcome message - write a brief description of your website or add a company overview. You can edit it by clicking on the text itself or by clicking on the yellow edit button which appears next to it when you move your cursor over the text. The Webgarden logo in the upper left-hand corner allows you to access technical support, the VIP shop, and other useful features.
Eyeglass frames are a significant part of the eyeglasses. These are the frames that give the overall looks to not only the wearers but also the eyeglasses. The designs of the trendy eyeglasses change every season and are at par with the existing trend of the society.

Trendy eyeglass frames- for all age group people

Gone are the days when the eyeglasses were worn only by those who had weak eyesights. Today the sunglasses and the trendy eyeglasses are worn by all age group people to make their personal fashion statements. As mentioned above, the

We are taking the next step to revolutionise

the registration process allowing you to have

access to both My Account and Customer Zone.

Once clicking 'Register' you will be navigated

to My Account to complete registration.


completion you can either stay on My Account


return here to access Customer Zone.

There are different billing methods employed by a certified interior designer to charge clients for services rendered.

During the initial interview with a prospective client, a certified interior designer must give the various options available. This will help a client decide on which mode of payments will be preferable to them.

Depending on the services required, the client is made to know that the options open for choice is completely up to them, that is, after the certified interior designer has listed it all out, explaining every option in great detail.

So depending on the methods chosen, both parties, the client and the interior designer, will come to an agreement as to the best billing option and whichever agreement is reached, it must definitely be acceptable to both parties involved.

One thing for sure is that a client will get a good service and the best of works from a certified interior designer who feels fairly compensated for the service to be rendered.

Interior Design Services & Types of Fees Applied

The fees/rates employed for interior design services are quite are as follows:

Pre-fixed rateHourly ratesPercentage over costsCosts per square metre or square feetRetailDepartment store retailCombination rates1. Pre-Fixed Rates

With pre-fixed rates, the client and the certified interior designer will discuss extensively - as much as is possible - the scope of the interior design works and an agreeable fee is set.

This fixed rate is generally supposed to cover all contingencies and on agreement, a part of this fee is paid in advance before works commence.

The usual amount paid initially may range between 10% and 40%, though this payment is different from a retainer or deposit (a retainer is a certain amount of money paid to a certified interior designer to reserve his or her time to work on a project), but whatever the case may be or whichever terminology is preferred, a deposit, retainer or whichever, it will invariably be treated as a form of deposit.

And it must be spelled out in the letter of agreement that needs to be drawn up by a certified interior designer

Meanwhile, payments will be made as the work progresses and a drawn up schedule will be made so as to determine when progressive payments must be made.

The only drawback of this mode of payment for services is that the scope of work may end up being broader than expected and an interior designer may end up expending more time and energy to complete the job.

Interior designers are always aware of the fact that it is very hard to determine the scope of required works in advance of an interior design project.

Because of the many variables involved, many of these projects require more work and take longer. This ends up displeasing the designer who may then not put in as much effort as is needed. Who want to work for an unjustified pay?

2. Hourly Rates

A popular mode of payments, the hourly rate payment method has been used over the years by many professionals such as architects, engineers, therapists, lawyers and accountants. It is well used by certified interior designers too.

The way it works is that a certified interior designer is supposed to keep detailed records of daily work and the number of hours spent to execute such works.

At the end of each month, the client is billed as per the number of hours expended.

This mode of payment actually is payment for time but not necessarily a payment for talent and skills of a certified interior designer.

Clients are a bit wary of this billing method simply because there may be instances where the designer works slower than others. What happens if the interior designer is slow or fast, highly talented or just plain competent?

It poses several problems and clients sometimes feel they may be cheated but have no way to ascertain such fears. This is expected.

For example, if the certified interior designer goes shopping on client A's behalf, spending a number of hours in the process, and whilst doing that finds something for client B, but is unsuccessful in finding client A's products, who pays for the time? Who pays for the time, client A or B?

Well the answer is that client A still gets charged, but one may ask, "Is it fair?" Unfortunately client A still has to pay for the expended time. This leaves many clients feeling cheated.

Also, how does a client trust that the number of hours a certified interior designer claims is correct and has not been inflated?

These are the usual question asked by prospective clients. Rightly so!

3. Percentage Over Costs

This method is great for residential projects, though it may be used for commercial projects as well. Charges are the net or wholesale prices that the certified interior designer pays to the merchants, vendors etc.., and then a predetermined percentage mark-up is applied to the net cost.

The mark-up is on the furniture, furnishings and labour incurred whilst working on a clients project. The actual net cost is paid to the designer plus a commission which is inclusive of design and planning, selection, delivery and installations.

The percentage charged depends on the nature of works to be executed, which can range from as low as 1% or less, if its a commercial contract (usually a large contract), and may go as high as 40% if its a small residential project.

This means that the percentage charge will vary depending on the size of the project.

Some may have issues with this mode of payment, feeling the certified interior designer will intentionally choose pricey items to ensure fat commissions, but because this may make the project end up being of a high standard, and stylish in look and finish, the final result will turn out great anyway, and this probably will please the client and at the same time promote the works of the interior designer.

Many prospective clients seem quite comfortable with this mode of billing as every item chosen and purchased will only be marked up by the percentage to cover for overheads and profit. And a certified interior designer feels very comfortable with the percentage over cost billing method as every single item, large or small, is compensated for. And this may even be continuous if the client keeps on wanting additional stuff.

The popularity of this system speaks for itself. Good to consider.

4. Cost Per Square Metre/Square Feet

A very simple way of charging that is commonly used for space planning tasks and is usually a small amount per square metre or footage. What it entails is the certified interior designer simply measures the clients space to determine the square metre (or square footage) to be designed. Then multiply by a pre-determined and mutually agreed amount.

Space planning is a specialised aspect of interior design and involves the design of space allocation to a person or group of people to work in (or within), so that designated tasks and duties can be performed optimally, with added convenience, efficiency and most especially, comfort.

However, this billing method can be used in combination with other forms of billing systems in the event that additional services are requested for by the client. This is due to the fact that space allocation is the beginning point of interior design and it eventually leads to the final design.

Once it has been ascertained that additional interior design services (asides space planning) are needed, that is, the task of choosing the required elements that is needed to complete the project, then a method of billing must be introduced by the certified interior designer to provide for services related to supplies and installations.

This billing mode is popular for commercial interior design projects.

5. Retail

A method commonly associated with residential interior design projects; this was the traditional mode of payments applied some decades ago. This was before interior design became designated as a profession before the mid 20th century. Later the interior design study started to include complex technological services (electrical, lighting, etc...) for complete interior design projects.

In this billing method, no fee is directly charged for interior design services. Rather, the stated retail price from the retailers is charged the client and the certified interior designer's payment comes in form of discounts given by the retailer (merchants).

The prices quoted by their shops is all the client has to pay. The discount given the certified interior designer by the retailers is always between the designer and the merchant and its never the clients business so it is never disclosed outside the two parties. This works well only for furniture and furnishings provisions to a client.

When other services are needed then a problem might arise. If for example the services of an electrician are required, say to fix a chandelier, the certified interior designer will have to source for one, hire and then supervise his works whilst installing. Now since there wont be any discounts on his labour costs the certified interior designer will have to employ other billing methods to charge the client for the electricians time and effort.

Thats why the retail billing method doesnt adequately cover the normal scope of today's interior design projects.

6. Department Store Retail

Many department stores that retail home furniture and furnishings also offer interior design services. These services are usually provided free as long as a stipulated minimum number of items are purchased. In some cases, a fee may be charged for services, but if the purchase exceeds a certain amount then the charged fee is refunded.

This billing method is great for residential projects but impractical for commercial projects. Some dealers in office furniture, furnishings and equipments offer this service as well.

7. Combination Rates

This billing method is advised if working on a large project and a complex one.

The initial works of space planning can be charged per square metre (or square footage), at a pre-fixed or an hourly rate by the certified interior designer.

Percentage above cost billing can be used for the ordering of furniture, furnishings and deliveries.

If the certified interior designer is to purchase rare antique items that are costly, the retail mode of payment will be used. The client pays the price tag cost (no discounts for the client!) and the certified interior designer makes their money from a commission given by the retailer.

The combination method of billing is the best option for such projects incorporating the best methods appropriate for.

each aspect of the design project.
No matter how many times President Obama calls for an up-or-down vote, Speaker John Boehner won't budge on the math, insisting since his Sunday morning appearance on ABC's "This Week" that "there are not the votes in the House to pass a clean CR."

Three days later, however, it looks like he still might be wrong, though just barely.

By ABC News' count, at least 219 members (up from 218 Tuesday) say they would support a "clean" measure to extend all government funding without other conditions attached, such as defunding or delaying the president's health care law; 217 of the 432 members is the threshold needed to pass the measure. (Three seats are vacant.)

Government Shutdown's Fiercest Feud: Boehner vs. Reid

How did we get to that number?

On Saturday, 195 Democrats signed a letter to Boehner that said, "Enough is enough. We demand a vote on a clean continuing resolution immediately so that government functioning can resume and Americans can move on with their lives."

Aides to the five other House Democrats -- Reps. Mike McIntyre of North Carolina, Jim Matheson of Utah, Jim Cooper of Tennessee, Ron Kind of Wisconsin and John Barrow of Georgia -- told ABC News Monday that they would vote for a clean "continuing resolution," or CR.

That Services Orlando makes all 200 Democratic votes for a clean CR.

GOP Demands Talks With Democrats but Don't Call It a Supercommittee

Cooper and Kind wrote their own letter to Boehner Monday calling the government shutdown a "real tragedy for America."

"We support a clean CR," Kind and Cooper wrote. "There is more than enough bipartisan support in the House to pass a clean CR and reopen the government. Democrats and Republicans are supposed to compromise and work together for the good of the country."

According to ABC News' count, there are at least 19 Republicans who have publicly said they would support a "clean" CR if it were brought to the floor.

Aides to 14 of the 232 GOP members have told ABC News their members of Congress would support a "clean" CR. They are: Reps. Mike Coffman of Colorado; Michael Grimm of New York; Jim Gerlach of Pennsylvania; Peter King of New York; Tim Griffin of Arkansas; Frank Wolf of Virginia; Rob Wittman of Virginia; Scott Rigell of Virginia; Bill Young of Florida; Jon Runyan of New Jersey; Frank LoBiondo of New Jersey; Charlie Dent of Pennsylvania; Dennis Ross of Florida, and David Reichert of Washington.

Five other GOP members -- Reps. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., Lou Barletta, R-Pa., Mike Simpson, R-Idaho, Leonard Lance, R-N.J., and Randy Household Forbes, R-Va. -- had previously been on record in support of a clean CR, but said Monday and Tuesday either their previous positions were misconstrued or they had changed their minds.

The Way Out: How Budget Crisis Can be Resolved

Why does this number keep changing?

Two of the Maid Service most recent changes essentially swapped one Republican for another. Barletta's press secretary Tim Murtaugh told ABC News Monday the congressman Maid Cleaning would support a "clean" CR "should it come up," but Murtaugh Tuesday said Barletta had changed his mind.

"While he once expressed openness to a no-strings-attached CR, a growing number of Democrats have emerged who will support a repeal of Obamacare's medical device tax," Murtaugh said in an email to ABC News. "That would open the government, and also get rid of a job-killing, cost-raising funding source of Obamacare.

"Sometimes being in Congress means pursuing the art of the possible. This would be a CR that can pass the House and Senate."

Rep. Coffman (who's listed in the group of 13 above) Tuesday announced his support for a "clean" CR in an op-ed in the Denver Post and in a statement.

"The debate over attaching Obamacare to a spending bill must end and I will argue before my colleagues in the House that we need to pass a 'clean' spending bill to immediately reopen the government," Coffman, who had not previously weighed in, wrote.

Another recent addition is Rep. Reichert (also listed above in the 13), who said in a statement Monday, "As your Representative, please know that I will continue to vote for any legislation that keeps the federal government open."

Although Reichert did not say it explicitly, an aide told ABC News that "he will continue to support legislation that opens the government."

Republicans Lose Ground vs. Obama in the Shutdown Blame Game

Who are the other Cleaning Services Republicans who say they support a "clean" CR?

Rep. Patrick Meehan, R-Pa., said in a statement Oct. 1 he "believe(s) it's time for the House to vote for a clean, short-term funding bill to bring the Senate to the table and negotiate a responsible compromise."

Aides to five other Republicans did not return a request for comment, but have publicly said they would support the legislation:

Rep. Walter Jones, R-N.C., said on MSNBC Tuesday, "I wish we would pass a clean CR. People are beginning back home to feel it. It might be imaginary, but they feel it."

Rep. Erik Paulsen, R-Minn. told local NBC station KARE 11 that if he "had an opportunity just to vote to fully fund the government, I would do that."

Rep. Richard Hanna, R-N.Y., told the Observer-Dispatch that he "would take a clean [continuing resolution]."

Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick, R-Pa., told the Philadelphia Inquirer he would back a "clean" spending bill at current funding levels.

"Americans want their government to remain open and want to see public officials resolve our differences to put our country back on the right track," Fitzpatrick said in a statement to the newspaper.

ABC News' Abby Phillip, John Parkinson and Rick Klein contributed to this report.

It's been over a decade that US companies have been outsourcing jobs to India. The country once lead in the service solutions industry specifically customer service and technical support. On a global scale, India dominates among any other Asian nation in terms of business process outsourcing advancement and technology. However, in this new marketing era, the Philippines have outdone India in providing best-in-class IT-business process outsourcing solutions.

Current demand of the business process outsourcing in the Philippines is trending up. On-line jobs opened doors to Filipino freelancers for various job opportunities such as web development, web design, project management, online ESL teaching, content writing, researching and the likes. The country found its niche in web development and web design conquering the global marketplace, such as North America, the EMEA region, Australia, and Asia. Thus, most Filipino web developers earn other foreign currencies at the convenience of their home.

Since Philippine web development is becoming popular and raging, competition among freelance web developers is becoming stiff and taut. This creates a cue among Filipino freelancers to build a bolstered and solid foundation in them as they face tough competition. As such, this mentality inspires every web coders to excel investment club online to upgrade their skills and knowledge with the newest trends and know-how's in technology. This also boosts up their competence level while creating a competitive advantage and to be branded among the best web developers in how to pay per click Philippines.

This lures foreign employers to hire Filipino web developers than among their Indian counterparts. Hence, web outsourcing in the Philippines continues to grow exponentially.

Author's Bio:


What is Search Engine Optimization (SEO)?

Search engine optimization is the process of gaining the visibility of a website in different search engines. SEO optimization includes image search, local search, video search, academic search news search and industry-specific vertical search engines. Optimization SEO services can be better described as a technique which helps search engines find and rank your site higher than the millions of other sites in response to a search query. SEO optimization thus helps you to get more and investment online online traffic to your website. Each search engine operates in different algorithms, so they give different search result pages for the same search string. All the major search engines like Yahoo, Google, Bing periodically change their algorithms and to remain in the top results you need to adapt your web pages to the latest changes.

Seo Company in Noida

Online Marketing Business Services Providing Search engine optimization Company Brainguru. Search engine optimization Work is to Google, Yahoo, Bing and MSN. Seo Process in On page and Off Page Step First one is On page step work in Search engine optimization. On Page step the part in Site Title Tag, Description content, Keywords, Meta tag and Alt tag to apply. Off Page in Search engine optimization Social Networking Site to Use and Directory, Submotion New Different Different Article Post, Bookmark, Blog and Most Important Part is Press Release to use in the off Page Part to the Completed Work Search engine optimization

Seo Company Noida

Brainguru Services Online Marketing To Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Top 10 Rank Sloution Search engine optimization Services With Search Engine Marketing (SEM), Social Media Optimation (SMO) Pay Per Click Services Provider Company India And Web Hosting . Search Engine Optimation Wrok Use In Website to Generate Traffic in Url And Different Different Page To Select keywords Show in site. Search engine optimization work Completed To the Top Ten Possession in Google , Yahoo Msn And Bing. Our SEO Processes are designed in view of the Google SEO guidelines, and white hat SEO techniques are strictly followed to ensure that our clients from world over (USA / Canada / UK / Australia) get the best SEO services Seo Company Noida. SEO Services Provider in Noida Best rank Provider Company to Website is Google in 1 Page In topten Renk With Use Online Marketing. Best On Page and Off Page Use team The Large Traffic Generate Clients e-commerce payment In Serarch engine Google , Yahoo Msn And Bing.

Seo Noida

If You Are Having Problems To be Funds is Guaranteed to Top 10 Search Engine Ranking on Google, Yahoo, Bing And MSN Natural Traffic to Your Website to Use Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Search engine optimization Services Provider Company Best Performance Result to Brainguru Technologies Delhi Ncr, India and Other Country Best Result Solution. Planning To Process Search Engine Optimization(SEO), Social Media Optimation(SMO), Search Engine Marketing (SEM) Pay Per Click Services

Contact Us

Brainguru Technologies Pvt Ltd.

C -17, First Floor

Sector - 2, Noida

Call Us: +91-8010010000 / 9311347742

Email us: [email
From when man first exchanged his food for a tool, the concept of business was born.

The Oxford English Dictionary defines business as "• noun 1 a person's regular occupation or trade. 2 work to be done or matters to be attended to. 3 a person's concern. 4 commercial activity. 5 a commercial organization. 6 informal a difficult or problematic matter. 7 (the business) informal an excellent person or thing. 8 actions other than dialogue in a play."

The business of trade is something in which the vast majority of us live our lives, to some it is a career we climb or trap of work we cannot escape.

Business is the world as we know it, grown in degrees through the ages. It is the selling of an item or an idea, a bond between internet marketing online than one party, whether that be http://www.bloomberg.com/ a villager bartering goats milk for rice or a global bank agreeing to fund a country's debt.

Man's spirit of enterprize shows no bounds. During the industrial revolution we built bridges, roads and railways of such magnitude that a generation before thought impossible. Now we are in the virtual revolution, where business is measured in seconds and billions move around rental mortgage rates online world via satellite and optical technology.

Business pushed our pioneers and explorers to new horizons, discovering new cultures, countries and of course riches to be traded. Ultimately proving the world wasn't flat after all!

Like it or not, our desire to earn money has created the society we live in, from amazing medical advances and cures, to increased food production and even the ability to fly.

An inventor's purest idea and genius is always monetized, how do you calculate return on investment online artist's masterpiece is traded and collected, a musician's composition is recorded and sold.

In our society we can categorize business into the following:

Agriculture and Land - Using the land and its product to farm or extract raw materials

Manufacturing - Turning raw products into an item that can be sold

Retail and Distribution - Selling manufactured goods ppc pricing food

Finance and Banking - Management of capital used for investment and other services

Transportation - Delivery and logistical planning of the delivery of goods

Real Estate / Property - Ownership of land and construction of buildings and infrastructure

Utilities - Public services and essential supplies such as Gas, Water and Electricity

Information Management - Profit from intellectual property which could be anything from software development, a movie script, a weapons defense system and everything in between.

Business does indeed make the world go round. Business is our conscience and the nature of who we are. It is our duty for the next generation to find the balance of our base desire to trade and improve our lifestyle while at the same time protecting our environment and look after the resources that remain.


Computer programming languages are used to write programs that define the behavior of a computer system. They are based on certain syntactic and semantic rules, which define the meaning of each of the programming language constructs. The syntactic and semantic rules of every programming language define the language implementation. Programming languages provide computer programmers with the means to express computer algorithms.

Interpreted Programming Languages

The programming languages that are implemented by means of an interpreter are known as interpreted languages. Interpreters execute the source code directly by translating the source code into an intermediate representation.APL: It is an array programming language. It can work simultaneously on multiple arrays of data. It is interpretive, interactive and a functional programming language.

AutoIt: It is a freeware automation language for Microsoft Windows. It's main intent is to create automation scripts that can be used for the execution of certain repetitive tasks on Windows.

Basic: The name is short for Beginner's All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code. It was developed by John George Kemeny and Thomas Eugene Kurtz at Dartmouth in 1964. It was designed with the intent of giving the non-science people an access to computers. It became popular in the 1970s and the '80s. Microsoft Visual Basic is based on Basic. Some dialects of BASIC are compiled computer languages.

Eiffel: It is an object-oriented programming language that is ISO-standardized and used to develop extensible and reusable software. It is a development platform for many industries such as finance, aerospace and video gaming. Sather is a computer programming language that was formerly based on Eiffel and has now evolved to include many functional programming features. Ubercode is a high-level platform-sharing language. Its design is derived from Eiffel and BASIC.

Forth: It is a structured imperative programming language, which bases its implementation on stacks. It supports an interactive execution of commands as well as the compilation of sequences of commands.

Frink: It was developed by Alan Eliasen and named after Professor John Frink, a popular fictional character. It is based on the Java Virtual Machine and focuses on science and engineering. Its striking feature is that it tracks the units of measure through all the calculations that enables quantities to contain their units of measurement.

Game Maker Language: It is an interpreted computer programming language intended to be used in cooperation with Game Maker, an application for game creation. Mark Overmars, a Dutch computer scientist, designed this language.

ICI: ICI is a general purpose interpreted computer programming language. It supports dynamic typing, flexible data types and other language constructs similar to C. It was designed by Tim Long in 1992.

J: Ken Iverson and Roger Hui developed this programming language that requires only the basic ASCII character set. It is an array programming language that works well with mathematical and statistical operations.

Lisp: It is the second-oldest high-level computer programming language that has a fully parenthesized syntax. The name Lisp is derived from 'List Processing Language'. One of the important data structures that Lisp supports is linked list. Lisp programs deal with source code as a data structure. Lush is an object-oriented form of the Lisp language. It can be used for network programming and administration tasks. Common Lisp, Dylan, Logo, and Scheme are the dialects of Lisp. Common Lisp is a language specification. It supports multiple paradigms and is a general purpose programming language. Dylan is another multi-paradigm dialect of Lisp that supports both functional and object-oriented programming. Logo and Scheme support functional programming. Guy Steele and Gerald Jay Sussman developed Scheme as a multi-paradigm programming language. MultiLisp is a dialect of Scheme that supports parallel http://marleeward.com/51-online-business-ideas-for-female-entrepreneurs/ programming and shared memory.

Lua: Members of the Computer Graphics Technology Group developed Lua in 1993. It is an imperative and procedural programming language that was designed as a scripting language. It is known for being simple yet powerful.

M: M is short for MUMPS, a programming language created for the health care industry. Neil Pappalardo, the founder of medical information technology and his associates developed the M language.

Pascal: It is a procedural programming language that was intended to use data structuring and structured programming. Niklaus Wirth, a Swiss computer scientist designed this language and it was named after Blaise Pascal, a French mathematician and philosopher. Object Pascal is a branch of the object-oriented derivatives of Pascal. It later came to be known as Delphi.

PCASTL: It is a high-level language developed by Philippe Choquette and falls under the class of interpreted computer programming languages. It is specially designed for self-modifying code.

Perl: Perl is a high-level interpreted programming language that supports dynamic programming. Larry Wall, a linguist who served as a systems administrator at NASA developed Perl. It provides the programmers with text processing facilities and has pay for performance plan blend of features adopted from various languages like C, Lisp, and Awk.

PostScript: It is used in the desktop publishing field and is known as a page description language. It is a dynamically typed stack-based programming language developed by John Warnock, an American computer scientist and Charles Geschke, a notable figure in the field of computer science. These developers went on to found the very well-known company, Adobe Systems.

Python: It is a high-level programming language that supports imperative, object-oriented, and functional programming paradigms. In its features like the dynamic type system and automatic memory management, it is similar to Perl. Originally released in 1991 by Guido van Rossum, a Dutch computer programmer, Python is an open community-based language whose development is managed by the Python Software Foundation.

REXX: Short for Restructured Extended Executor, REXX is an interpreted language developed by IBM. It was designed with an intent to be an easily learnable and readable language. CMS EXEC and EXEC 2 were the predecessors of REXX. NetRexx is the IBM's implementation of REXX that offers object-oriented programming. Object REXX is an object-oriented scripting language that is based on REXX.

Ruby: The efforts for developing this language initiated in Japan in the 1990s. Similar to Perl, it has a dynamic type system and an automatic memory management. It supports multiple programming paradigms and is a dynamic object-oriented language.

S-Lang: Originally developed as a stack-based language, S-Lang has evolved as a language similar to C. It was developed by John E. Davis.

Spin: It is a multitasking object-oriented programming language whose compiler converts the Spin code into bytecodes. Multiple Spin code threads can run at a time, thus enabling multitasking. Spin was developed by Chip Gracey of Parallax.

Functional Programming Languages

These languages define every computation as a mathematical evaluation. They focus on the application of functions. Many of the functional programming languages are bound to mathematical calculations.Charity: It is a purely functional, not-Turing-complete language, which means that all its programs are guaranteed to terminate. Charity was designed at the University of Calgary, a public University in Canada.

Clean: It is a purely functional programming language that supports portability across platforms, automatic garbage collection, multiple data structures and referential transparency, which means that a function with a given input will always give the same output.

Curry: It is a functional logic programming language that implements functional and logic programming as well as constraint programming, wherein the relationships between variables are stated in the form of constraints.

Erlang: It is a concurrent programming language that includes a sequential subset, which supports functional programming. Ericsson developed Erlang as a distributed soft real-time and fault-tolerant language and released it as an open source computer programming language in 1998. It is one of the most popularly used functional programming languages.

F#: It targets the .NET Framework and supports both functional as well as imperative object-oriented programming. Don Syme at the Microsoft Research developed this language, which is now being developed at the Microsoft Developer Division. F Sharp, as it is called, will soon be integrated into ecommerce website developers .NET Framework and Visual Studio.

Haskell: Named in honor of Haskell Curry, a logician, Haskell is a standardized purely functional language. It supports pattern matching, definable operators, single assignment, algebraic data types and recursive functions.

Joy: It is a purely functional language that is based on a composition of functions. Manfred von Thun of La Trobe University in Australia developed this language.

Kite: It came up in 2006 with a feature set consisting of a blend of object-oriented and functional programming features. It is a fast-running language. Interestingly, Kite uses the pipe character for functional calls rather than using the period or arrow characters in other languages.

ML: Robin Milner and his associates at the University of Edinburgh came up with ML in the 1970s. It is an impure functional language as it supports imperative programming. Standard ML is popular among compiler writers and is a modular, functional programming language. Alice is a dialect of Standard ML, which supports distributed computing, multithreading and constraint programming. Caml is another dialect of ML and is a statically typed language that supports automatic memory management. Ocaml is the implementation of Caml that is developed as an open source project. JoCaml is a version of Ocaml based on join-calculus.

Nemerle: It is a statically typed programming language that is designed for the .NET platform. Programs in Nemerle are compiled into an intermediate language bytecode. It supports functional, imperative, and object-oriented programming.

OPAL: The name stands for Optimized Applicative Language and is a functional programming language developed at the Technical University of Berlin.

OPS5: It is a rule-based production system computer language that became the first language to be used in an expert system.

Q: It is called Q for being an equational programming language. It is an interpreted functional language that was designed by Albert Graf at the University of Mainz in Germany. It can be described as a set of equations used to evaluate expressions.

Compiled Programming Languages

These programming languages make use of a compiler for the execution of code. Compilers can translate source code into machine code and thus bring out the implementation of the programming language instructions.Ada: It is a statically typed, structured, imperative programming language that is based on Pascal. A team of CII Honeywell Bull that was led by Jean Ichbiah developed Ada. The Ada compilers are validated for mission-critical systems. Ada is an internationally standardized computer programming language.

ALGOL: Algorithmic Language, as it is called, is actually a family of imperative programming languages that was developed in the middle 1950s. It proved instrumental in the creation of programming languages like BCPL, B and C. Simula, representing Simula I and Simula 67 is a superset of Algol 60. Ole-Johan Dahl and Kristen Nygaard of the Norwegian Computing Center in Oslo were the brains behind Simula.

C: Dennis Ritchie at the Bell Telephone Laboratories developed C to be used on the Unix platform. It is a general-purpose, cross-platform, procedural, imperative programming language. It is used for implementing system software and application software and is one of the most-used computer programming languages of today. The development of C++ and C# was influenced by C.

C++: It consists of a combination of high-level and low-level language features and is hence considered as a middle-level programming language. Bjarne Stroustrup of Bell Labs developed C++ as an extension of the C language. Originally known as 'C with Classes', it came to be known as C++ from 1983. It is a multi-paradigm language that supports procedural programming, generic programming, object-oriented programming, and data abstraction.

C#: C Sharp is a multi-paradigm programming language that supports imperative, generic and object-oriented programming. It is a part of the Microsoft .NET Framework. It is similar to C++ in its object-oriented syntax and is also influenced by Java and Delphi. Polyphonic C# extends C#. MC# is an extension of Polyphonic C# that can work on the .NET platform. C-omega is an extension to C# that succeeded Polyphonic C#. It enables access to data stores and includes constructs that support concurrent programming.

CLEO: It is known as the Clear Language for Expressing Orders and is a computer language for the LEO computer.

COBOL: The name stands for Common Business-Oriented Language that is designed for the business and finance domain. COBOL 2002 standard supports object-oriented programming. It is one of the very old programming languages that are still in use.

Cobra: It is an object-oriented programming language that runs on .NET and Mono frameworks. Chuck Esterbrook developed it. Its design is influenced by languages like Python and C#. It supports static and dynamic typing and is suited for unit tests. Today, it is an open source project.

D: Originally designed as an enhancement of C++, it is also influenced by Java, Eiffel, and C#. It is an object-oriented, imperative, multi-paradigm system programming language developed by Walter Bright of Digital Mars.

DASL: Acronym of Distributed Application Specification Language, it is a high-level, strongly typed programming language that was developed at the Sun Microsystems. It was created with an intent to be used for developing web applications.

DIBOL: Acronym of Digital Interactive Business Oriented Language, DIBOL is a general-purpose procedural imperative programming language. It is fairly similar to COBOL as it's best suited for the development of Management Information Systems.

Fortran: It is a procedural, imperative, general purpose computer programming language that works well for scientific computations and numeric operations. After IBM developed it in the 1950s, it soon gained popularity in programming. It is very popular in the field of high-performance computing. It is a structured and compiled programming language that is a subset of Fortran95. Fortran 2003, a revised version of Fortran supports object-oriented programming.

Java: Sun Microsystems developed Java and released it in 1995 as a part of the Java platform. Java applications are compiled to bytecode, which can run on any virtual machine, thus making Java programs platform-independent. It is a very popular language of the modern times. Groovy is an object-oriented programming language for the Java platform. It is a dynamic programming language, which can also be used as a scripting language. Join Java is a programming language that extends Java by adding join methods, asynchronous methods, and order class modifiers to Java. X10 is a computer programming language developed by IBM that supports parallel programming, arrays and concurrency. It is seen as an extended subset of Java.

JOVIAL: It is a high-order computer programming language similar to ALGOL. It is best-suited to the design and development of embedded systems.

Objective-C: It is a reflective object-oriented programming language that adds messaging services to C.

SMALL: The name stands for Small Machine Algol-like Language. It provides the programmers with abilities to write an ALGOL-like code that can be run on small machines.

Smalltalk: It is a reflective, object-oriented programming language that supports dynamic typing. Alan Kay, Adele Goldberg, Dan Ingalls, Scott Wallace, Ted Kaehler and their associates at Xerox PARC developed Smalltalk. They designed it for educational use and it soon became popular. VisualWorks is a prominent implementation of Smalltalk. Squeak is a programming language that is in the form of an implementation of Smalltalk. Scratch is a visual programming language based on Squeak.

Turing: It was developed by Ric Holt and James Cordy of the University of Toronto, Canada, in 1982. It was named in honor of the British computer scientist, Alan Turing. This Pascal-like language is a freeware since 2007.

Visual Basic: It is an event-driven programming language that is packaged with an integrated development environment. It inherits many of its features from BASIC. Its graphical development features make it easy for beginners to pay per call advertising VB.

Visual FoxPro: It is an object-oriented and procedural programming language derived from FoxPro. It is integrated with a relational database system of its own and does not require an additional programming environment. It supports dynamic programming.

XL: It is created with an intent to support concept programming, a programming paradigm that focuses on how concepts residing in a programmer's mind can be transformed into code constructs. Programmers can reconfigure XL's syntax and semantics.

Procedural Programming Languages

Procedural programming is synonymous with imperative programming, which implies specifying the steps that the programs should take to reach to an intended state. It is a programming paradigm that involves procedure calls. A procedure is a group of statements that can be referenced through a procedure call. Procedures help in the reuse of code. Procedural programming makes the programs structured and easily traceable for program flow.

Apart from the very well-known languages like COBOL, BASIC, Fortran, Ada, C, C++, C#, Visual Basic and Java, there are many other languages that follow procedural programming. Take a look at them.

Bliss: It is a system programming language and was one of the best-known languages of this type till C came up. W.A. Wolf, D.B. Russell and A.N. Habermann of the Carnegie Mellon University developed Bliss. It includes exception handling mechanisms, coroutines and macros while it excludes the goto statement.

ChucK: It is a concurrent and strongly timed audio programming language that runs on Mac OS X, Linux as well as Microsoft Windows. It is especially known for the ability it gives to the programmers to do some modifications even in the running programs.

CLIST: It is a procedural programming language in the form of a set of commands that need to be executed in a sequence like that of a batch file.

HyperTalk: It is a high-level programming language that was intended to be used by programmers at the beginner's level. The programmers of this computer language were known as authors and the act of writing programs was called scripting. HyperTalk was designed by Dan Winker in 1987. Structurally, it resembles Pascal.

Modula-2: It is a general-purpose procedural language created in 1978 by Niklaus Wirth at ETH. It is similar to Pascal and has systems programming and multiprogramming features.

Oberon: Niklaus Wirth, the man behind Pascal and Modula came up with Oberon in 1986. It was designed as a part of the Oberon operating system. It is similar to Modula-2 but smaller than it.

Component Pascal: It is a programming language that seems to be related to Pascal, but is actually incompatible with it. It is actually a variant of Oberon-2. Lagoona is an experimental programming language that supports component-oriented programming, a paradigm of decomposing a system into logical or functional components. Michael Franz, a student of Niklaus Wirth developed Lagoona. Seneca, better known as Oberon-2 is an extension of the Oberon programming language.

MATLAB: It is a numerical computing environment and a programming language that enables matrix computations, function plotting, and algorithm implementation. It can also be used for user interface creation. MathWorks created MATLAB.

Occam: It is an imperative procedural language that was developed by David May and his colleagues at INMOS. It is similar to Pascal. Occam-pi is a variant of Occam that has been extended to include nested protocols, recursion, protocol inheritance, array constructors and run-time process creation.

PL/C: It was developed for being used to teach programming. It was created at the Cornell University in the 1970s.

PL/I: It is an imperative computer programming language targeted at scientific and engineering applications. Mainly intended to perform data processing, it also supports structured programming and recursion.

Rapira: It is a procedural programming language that was used in teaching computer programming in Soviet schools. Developed in the USSR, initially this language had Russian-based keywords. English keywords were incorporated later.

RPG: This programming language is used for business applications. It is available with the IBM's System I midrange computers.

Scripting Languages

Scripting languages are programming languages that control an application. Scripts can execute independent of any other application. They are mostly embedded in the application that they control and are used to automate frequently executed tasks like communicating with external programs.AppleScript: It is a scripting language that is built into the Mac OS.

Awk: Awk was born in the Bell Labs in the 1970s. It is used for processing text-based data in data streams and files and uses the string datatype, arrays, and regular expressions.

BeanShell: It is a java scripting language that is syntactically similar to Java and runs on the Java Runtime Environment along with scripting commands and syntax.

ColdFusion: It is an application server and software development framework that comes with an associated scripting language known as ColdFusion Markup Language. It is known as CFML and is similar to HTML in terms of its syntax.

ECMAScript: It is a scripting language from the Ecma International specification. It is widely used on the web. ActionScript that is used in the development of websites and database applications is based on ECMAScript. DMDScript scripting language is the Digital Mars ECMAScript engine. ECMAScript for XML extends ECMAScript by adding XML support to it. JavaScript is used for web development at the client's side. It is a weakly typed, prototype-based dynamic language. Jscript is another dialect of ECMAScript, which is Microsoft-based. Both these dialects are widely used in web development.

F-Script: It is an object-oriented scripting language that is closely similar to Smalltalk with an additional feature of array programming.

JASS: It is an event-driven scripting language that provides the programmers with an extensive API.

Maya Embedded Language: Abbreviated as MEL, it is a scripting language that is used to support tasks on the Maya software. Its syntax resembles that of Perl.

Mondrian: This scripting language is aimed for Internet use and is looked upon as being a combination of Haskell and Java.

PHP: PHP is one of the very popularly used general purpose scripting languages. It is developed for creating dynamic web pages and supports a command line interface capability.

Revolution: It is a rapid application development language that is based on HyperTalk. It is a cross-platform language that supports dynamic typing.

Tcl: It is a scripting language, which is believed to be easy to learn. It is used for rapid prototyping and has found utility in embedded systems.

VBScript: It is an active scripting language that Microsoft developed as a variation of Microsoft Visual Basic. VBScript is a default component with each of the Desktop releases of Microsoft Windows.

Windows PowerShell: It is Microsoft's command line shell and a scripting language. Released in 2006, it is available with Windows XP, Windows Vista as also with Windows Server 3003 and Windows Server 2008. It works in collaboration with Microsoft .NET Framework by means of executables, forms of standalone applications, regular .NET classes, cmdlets that are specialized .NET classes and scripts, the compositions of cmdlets and imperative logic.

Markup LanguagesA markup language is an artificial language that uses annotations to text that define how the text is to be displayed.

Curl: It is a reflective object-oriented programming language. It is a markup language similar to HTML. Curl is an object-oriented programming language supporting multiple inheritance.

SGML: Standardized General Markup Language (SGML) has descended from IBM's Generalized Markup Language. It is an ISO standard metalanguage that can define markup languages for documents. It was designed with the intent of sharing machine-readable documents of large projects that had to be retained for long years.

HTML: Hypertext Markup Language, abbreviated as HTML, is the most prominent markup language that is used for web pages. It is written in the form of HTML tags that are surrounded by angular brackets. HTML tags describe the appearance of the text in a document and can be embedded into certain other code to affect the web browser behavior. HTML uses the SGML default syntax.

XML: The name stands for Extensible Markup Language. It is extensible because it allows the users to define their own XML elements. It supports the sharing of structured data over the Internet and the encoding and serializing of data. It originated as a subset of SGML. XPath is the XML Path Language that is used to select nodes from an XML document. It supports the computation of values. XQuery is used to query the collections of XML data. Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT) is an XML-based language that is used for the transformation of XML documents into human-readable formats. Apache Ant is a tool for the automation of software build processes. It uses XML to describe the build processes.

XHTML: It is a markup language that is similar to HTML investment gain online follows the XML syntax. It is midway between HTML and XML. XHTML documents allow automated processing of data.

Logic-based Programming Languages

Logic programming is the use of mathematical logic for computer programming. Logic-based programming languages specify the attributes for a solution and also the steps to arrive at the solution.ALF: Algebraic Logic Functional Programming Language is a multi-paradigm programming language that is a combination of functional programming and logic programming. ALF program statements are compiled into instructions of an abstract machine. An emulator written in C executes the programs of the abstract machine.

Fril: Fril language was designed by Trevor Martin and Jim Baldwin at the University of Bristol in the 1980s. It is for first-order predicate calculus. It supports fuzzy sets and metaprogramming and is based on the Prolog syntax.

Janus: Janus supports concurrent and constraint programming.

Leda: This computer programming language is a blend of logic-based, functional, imperative and object-oriented programming. It is thus one of the multi-paradigm languages.

Oz: It is a multi-paradigm language that supports functional, logic-based, imperative and object-oriented programming. Oz also supports concurrent and distributed programming. Constraint programming that is supported by Oz is one of the strengths of this language.

Poplog: It is a powerful multi-paradigm software development environment whose core language is POP-11. All the languages of this development environment share a common language editor and are incrementally compiled programming languages.

Prolog: It is a general-purpose programming language that supports logic programming and is often linked with artificial intelligence and computational linguistics. The language is declarative and the program logic is expressed in the form of relations. Mercury is a functional logic programming language that is based on Prolog. Strawberry Prolog is a dialect of Prolog, which is supposed to be easy to use. Visual Prolog is a strongly typed extension of Prolog that supports object-oriented programming. It is a compiled logic-based programming language.

ROOP: It is a multi-paradigm language that is built on C++. It is intended to be used with artificial intelligence systems. Its features offer a blend of procedural, logic-based, and object-oriented programming.

Concurrent Programming Languages

The concurrent execution of multiple tasks is known as concurrent programming. It is implemented by the means of processes or threads spawned by a single program. Communication between the concurrent components of a program occurs either by means of shared memory or through message passing mechanism. Java, Ada, and Erlang are some of the well-known concurrent programming languages. Concurrency is achieved in Java by means of shared memory and concurrency-based monitors. Here is a list of the other concurrent programming languages.ABCL: It is actually a family of Actor-Based Concurrent Languages, which was developed in Japan during the 1980s and the 1990s. ABCL/1, ABCL/R, and ABCL/R2 are some members of the ABCL family.

Afnix: It is a multi-threaded functional programming language. Its interpreter is written in C++. Its runtime engine supports both 32 and 64 bit platforms.

Cilk: Created at the MIT Laboratory in 1994, Cilk supports multithreaded parallel programming.

Concurrent Pascal: Per Brinch Hansen, a Danish-American computer scientist created Concurrent Pascal for writing operating systems and programming real-time systems.

E: It is an object-oriented programming language that supports distributed programming. Mark Miller, Dan Bornstein and associates at the Electric Communities developed E in 1997. Its syntax resembles that of Java.

Joule: Joule is a concurrent dataflow programming language that preceded the E programming language. It is used for distributed applications.

Limbo: Developed at the Bell Labs, Limbo is used for programming distributed systems. Its striking feature is its compiler's ability to generate architecture-independent object code. Limbo is used for applications running on Inferno operating system. Alex that was initially a part of the Plan 9 operating system is the predecessor of Limbo.

Pict: It is a statically typed programming language, which is in the experimental stage today.

SALSA: Short for Simple Actor Language System and Architecture, SALSA supports concurrent programming, message passing, and distributed computing. It uses Java code for portability.

SR: Acronym of Synchronizing Resources, SR is a concurrent programming language.

Object-oriented Programming Languages

Object-oriented programming languages support object-oriented programming techniques like encapsulation, abstraction, inheritance, and polymorphism. Object-oriented programming makes use of classes, objects, and the interaction between objects. Many computer programming languages of the present times support object-oriented programming. Some of the widely used programming languages that offer object-oriented programming features are C++, C#, Java, Perl 5, PHP, Python, and Ruby. Look at the other object-oriented programming languages.Agora: It is a prototype-based object-oriented programming language that features message passing mechanisms.

BETA: It is an object-oriented programming language wherein classes and procedures revolve around the same concept and classes are defined as attributes of objects. It has strong abstraction mechanisms. BETA also supports nested classes.

Cecil: This object-oriented language was created by Craig Chambers at the University of Washington. It is similar to Objective-C and Modula-3.

Lava: Lava is a visual object-oriented interpreter-based programming language.

Lisaac: It was the first compiled object-oriented programming language that was based on prototype concepts. It also supports system programming.

MOO: It is a dynamically typed prototype-based programming language that supports object-oriented programming. It supports exception handling mechanisms and looping constructs.

Moto: It is an open source server-side programming language that comes with state and session management objects and database connectivity.

Object-Z: It was developed at the University of Queensland, Australia. It extends the Z programming language by adding object-oriented features to it.

Obliq: It is an interpreted computer programming language that offers object-oriented programming features. It supports untyped variables and was designed for distributed and multithreaded computations.

Oxygene: Based on Object Pascal, Oxygene is an object-oriented programming language with a rich feature set. Previously, it was known as 'Chrome'.

Pliant: It is based on a dynamic compiler and comes with a unique ability of supporting low-level instruction lists as well as high-level expressions.

Prograph: It is a visual object-oriented multi-paradigm language that uses symbols to signify the actions to be performed on data.

REBOL: REBOL is the acronym given to Relative Expression Based Object Language. It is designed for use on distributed platforms and in network communications.

Scala: The name Scala stands for Scalable Language. It is a multi-paradigm programming language, which offers object-oriented and functional programming features.

Self: It is an object-oriented prototype-based computer programming language. NewtonScript is used to write programs for Apple Newton and is largely influenced by Self.

Slate: This object-oriented programming language is based on the concept of prototypes. It derives some of its features from Smalltalk and some from the Self language. The Slate design is intended at providing the programmers with an operating system-like environment.

XOTcl: It is an object-oriented extension of the Tool Command Language that supports metaclasses and dynamic classes and methods.

IO: It is a pure object-oriented programming language having a prototype-based object model. It is small in size and can be executed on small portable virtual machines.

This was an extensive list of computer programming languages. Different programming languages offering different programming features serve as the means of communication between humans and computer systems.


The modern options of Magento shopping cart has brought a rise within the variety of on-line store operators wishing to migrate to Magento. One of the predominant benefits that come from using Magento is its ease of use. This has made it highly appealing to prospects and with such a bonus; it might be straightforward for an entrepreneur to increase gross sales and subsequently, the profit margin of the business. The move to Magento shopping cart also will avail a enterprise proprietor to Magento Store Manager Providers that make the working of the on-line store so much simpler and extra effective.

There is an automatic migration service supplied on-line to facilitate a easy transfer of all shopping cart data from Ubercart to Magento. This provision is made out there so as to ensure that this transition doesn't devour an excessive amount of time - like it could if the method was to be carried out manually. It additionally ensures that there are no errors associated with the transfer and enterprise operations continue as traditional after making the change.

All that is required is for the shop owner to pay real estate investing online reasonably priced sum and let the swap course of begin. In order to get a clue on how lots the move to Magento will worth, there is a migration estimator provided for you free of charge. This operate uses details about the character of the transfer (in this case from Ubercart to Magento) and the number of entities being moved to offer a mean estimation of the overall cost. You'll have the choice of performing the migration course of by your self or getting skilled assist to that finish as a approach to make sure that nothing goes wrong. If in any respect you want to do it yourself, then chances are high you'll wish to view a demo migration that gives a preview as to what it's best to anticipate from the method involved inside the transfer to Magento.

The following step is to impress the precise transferring course of by deciding on the entities that you simply need to transfer from Ubercart to Magento. These embrace the products banner ad pricing product choices, buyer particulars, producers, categories and orders. There will likely be a wizard to guide you thru all of the steps and by following the directions, it is best to deal with to move to Magento in online lead generation short time at all!

Nonetheless, though many on-line shop operators are desirous to migrate to Magento shopping cart as a result of its numerous advantages, some have been http://www.inc.com/online-business just a little hesitant, fearful of the risks involved in such a task. Essentially essentially what is cost per thousand most frequent dangers that would come up from utilizing the mistaken process within the migration process embody lack of info, double entry of sure particulars, and different factors that may affect the functioning of the enterprise enterprise. However these are all successfully averted by choosing the right shopping cart migration service provider to facilitate your move to Magento.

Choosing a very good migratory service provider entails making a consideration of their options and the procedures they may use to allow you to make that transition from Ubercart to Magento problem-free.


There are more than 110 millions of domain names registered with World Wide Web.

Maecenas aliquet accumsan

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Class aptent taciti sociosqu ad litora torquent per conubia nostra, per inceptos hymenaeos. Etiam dictum tincidunt diam. Aliquam id dolor. Suspendisse sagittis ultrices augue. Maecenas fermentum, sem in pharetra pellentesque, velit turpis volutpat ante, in pharetra metus odio a lectus. Maecenas aliquet
Or visit this link or this one