In the first part, I have covered how to install latest Java in your system. It will act as a base to install Android Studio.So, once you are done with the Java installation, follow the steps as mentioned below to install AS.

Go to this site : Install Andorid Studio

Click on the highlighted box as mentioned in the below screenshot :

Accept Terms and Condition and click on Download Android Studio For Windows. The whole setup is of 887 mb. So, it will take sometime to download based on your internet connection.

Once it is downloaded, click on the exe for the installation. It will open series of window boxes and you have to click next-next for the installation...

Click on Next.

Select the location where you want to install your Android Studio and Android Sdk. Better to leave it with the default setting.

Click next and your installation will start.

Once  it is done. You will get the confirmation of completion of the installation process.

Click on Finish and you will see the first glimpse of the Android Studio on your system.Once you open it, you will get a window to select import settings. In my case this is the first time installation, So, I am going with the second option.

 It will fetch the Android SDK information...

Next window is to select a theme.. you can opt for IntelliJ or Dracula.

 Click on Next and it will start downloading components...

Once done, click on Finish and Android Studio Welcome screen pops up...

We all aware of databases and we all use different database tools for different purposes. There are many to choose from Sybase, Sql Server, Oracle etc. I am going to cover a common phenomena in this post which occur on all these platforms. Whenever we execute our Sql queries , we get a message from database system like your queries got executed successfully or some error message in case of any errors. Do you know from where all these error messages come from ? Do you know where all these error
messages are stored ?

I will be using Sql Server for the demo but the same will be applied on Sybase also.

Suppose you have executed a simple query but there is some problem in your  syntax. In this case, you will get an error message like this :

We normally get this kind of error many times but do you know where all these errors are located ? This is useful when you are writing a procedure and someone asks you to do error handling but the requirement is to get system error message also with custom error message or just system error messages.I know sometimes the requirements are weird !!

All these errors are stored in sysmessages table with the error code.

So, next time if you get an error while compiling your queries, you know where to go !!

We all know about Android Studio. If you are not aware of Android Studio then let me tell you that it's an awesome tool to develop Android application. You don't need to install Eclipse and every other things separately to work on your app idea. It's just one IDE where you will find everything. You just need to have your app idea in mind and basic java knowledge.

Get more knowledge here : Android Studio In Action

In this post , I will cove the first step to install Android Studio. The first step is to install java in your system.

Go to this website : Download Java

Once you land on this page, select Java based on your platform.

For 64 bit version, download Windows X64 and for 32 bit version, download Windows x86.

Once the download is completed, click on the exe. You will get a window as mentioned below.It's a simple installation, just click next-next...

In between , you will get a message where you want to save all the java files. It's better to keep it in a default mode unless you have space constraint.

Once you hit next, everything will be installed here and you will get a message of successful installation.

So, after all the above steps are done, make some entries in the environment variable.

Go to Environment variable (Computer -> Properties -> Advanced System Settings -> Environment Variable ) and enter these entries :

Create New -> Variable : Java Home -> Value : C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_45\
Select Path -> Click Edit -> Put ; (semicolon at end ) -> %JAVA_HOME%\bin
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