F Secure: Anti Virus software

F-Secure has been defending tens of millions of people around the globe from digital threats for over 25 years. Our award-winning products protect people and companies against everything from crimeware to corporate cyberattacks, and are available from over 6000 resellers and 200 operators in more than 40 countries. We’re on a mission to help people connect safely with the world around them, so join the movement and switch on freedom! Continue reading F Secure: Anti Virus software


Javadoc – documentation generator

Javadoc (originally cased as JavaDoc) is a documentation generator created by Sun Microsystems for the Java language (now owned by Oracle Corporation) for generating API documentation in HTML format from Java source code. The HTML format is used to add the convenience of being able to hyperlink related documents together. Continue reading Javadoc – documentation generator


JIRA – Sprint – Scrum

JIRA (/ˈdʒi.rə/ JEE-rə) is a proprietary issue tracking product, developed by Atlassian. It provides bug tracking, issue tracking, and project management functions. Although normally styled JIRA, the product name is not an acronym, but a truncation of Gojira, the Japanese name for Godzilla, itself a reference to JIRA’s main competitor, Bugzilla. It has been developed since 2002. Continue reading JIRA – Sprint – Scrum


Gliffy | Online Diagram and Flowchart Software

Gliffy is an HTML5 cloud-based diagramming software. It is used to create UML diagrams, floor plans, Venn diagrams, flowcharts and various other kinds of diagrams online. Gliffy diagrams can be shared with and edited by users in real time. The SaaS is supported in all modern web-browsers, including Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Internet Explorer 9+. Continue reading Gliffy | Online Diagram and Flowchart Software


The 6 Most Common Problems in Software Development

Today I would like to take a look at problem solving. Now what is a problem? According to the dictionary, a problem is “a matter or situation regarded as unwelcome or harmful and needing to be dealt with and overcome”. Fast. Continue reading The 6 Most Common Problems in Software Development


How much does an average Chinese worker earn by making iPhone?

With overtime accounted for, the factory’s workers earn about $753 (AU$1,045 or £490) in monthly wages.

$753 per month, that’s about 10,000 USD per year, for a worker with less than a high school diploma, this is NOT bad at all.

New York-based China Labor Watch made the allegations in a new report on Thursday, urging Apple to raise workers’ wages at a factory it investigated. The group has a long history of investigating the Cupertino, California-based company’s supply chain in China, and this time claims to have found problems at an iPhone factory in Shanghai.

The factory is owned by manufacturing giant Pegatron, according to China Labor Watch, and employs around 100,000 people. Apple’s own website lists the factory as building iPhones and iPads.

The investigator claimed that workers earn about $1.85 (AU$2.55 or 85p) per hour, and pull significant overtime hours to make enough money to cover living expenses. The report further claimed that the standard shift was nine hours, but that — between September and December — staff worked an additional minimum of 20 hours of overtime each week, usually split up between an extra two hours each week day and one 10-hour shift on Saturdays. With overtime accounted for, the factory’s workers earn about $753 (AU$1,045 or £490) in monthly wages.

Detail Reading: http://www.cnet.com/

Factory in China:

No big difference with a normal factory in USA