Akkar District – Lebanon

Akkar (Arabic: عكار‎) is a district (Qadaa) in the North Governorate, Lebanon. It covers an area of 788 km2 (304 sq mi) and has a population of 198,174. The capital lies at Halba. The name Akkar is derived from the Syriac word, Akkare, meaning farmers. The district is characterized by the presence of a relatively large coastal plain,…

10 reasons to visit Armenia

Discover the most ancient, mysterious and at the same time a modern country! 10  reasons to visit Armenia: 1. MOUNT ARARAT and lake Sevan To see the most beautiful mountain in the world – biblical Mount Ararat, the highest mountain in the world from its base (not sea level), where the Noah’s ark landed after…

Serendipity Happens…

Here are some quotes from my favorite movie – like to remember from time to time.. Jonathan Trager, prominent television producer for ESPN, died last night from complications of losing his soul mate and his fiancee. He was 35 years old. Soft-spoken and obsessive, Trager never looked the part of a hopeless romantic. But, in…

What’s new in SharePoint 2013?

Since SharePoint 2013 was released, it’s been heralded as the greatest release yet from Microsoft’s collaboration platform. But what’s so great about it? Is it really any better than SharePoint 2010 for doing what you want it to? Are there any new features in Sharepoint 2013 that make it worth upgrading? Here are some Top…

What’s New in the .NET Framework 4.5

Visual Studio 2012, a family of products, tools, and technologies that you can use to build powerful, high-performance apps. You can use Visual Studio 2012 to create Windows Store apps, in addition to desktop, web, phone, and game-console apps, in this release of Visual Studio. Visual Studio 2012 introduced .NET Framework 4.5. The .NET Framework is a…

Happens for a reason

Everything happens for a reason. Sometimes we know why and sometimes we just keep on wondering why?! They say don’t waste your time searching for the answer, but instead find a replacement or find another way. Sometimes we wait behind a door thinking that it’s our way out, but then you realize that the door was…