I’ve already described a form of resurrection. When the garbage collector places a reference to the object on the freachable queue, the object is reachable from a root and has come back to life. Eventually, the object’s Finalize method is called, no roots point to the object, and the object is dead forever after. But what if an object’s Finalize method executed code that placed a pointer to the object in a global or static variable?"
Thiru writes about ‘struggle in life’. So very true, I am reminded of Paulo Coleho’s Alchemist.
Struggle a little
Sometimes Struggles are exactly what we need in our life.
If we were to go through life without any obstacles,
It would cripple us.
We would not be as strong as we could have been
And we could never fly.
So next time you are faced with an obstacle,
A challenge, or a problem,
Struggle a little- then fly.
What an article, Thanks to Prakash and Srinivasan.
My colleague Srinivasan has pointed me to this interesting post on the great indian management. Interesting Read…"Ideally speaking, business is a form of serving the society. When we serve the societal needs, society rewards the business in the form of money that it allows the business to make.In any business, all the people involved in the business from the CEO to office assistant supplying snacks and drinks, play different roles. Every one of them is involved in the business and are contributing to the business in their own ways. In a way, every one of them own that business. Every one is a worker and every one is a owner too. Based on their levels of contribution, everybody makes their money from the company.There is nothing like worker, executive or owner in a business. In these days of educated enlightenment, where feudalistic loyalties do not count, only way people can work together in a business is by understanding that everybody is a part of business.If at all levels exist, they are for administrative and co-ordination purposes and not to indicate inferiority or superiority. This is what needs to be taught to ‘owners’, ‘executives’ and ‘workers’ alike."