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  • Broadband over Power Line (BPL)

    A technology that allows data to be transmitted over utility power lines. 

  • Broadvision

    BroadVision makes sophisticated e-commerce software for companies who want to sell and service products over the Web. BroadVision's One-to-One product suite include tools that deal with strategic planning, implementation, and operational support. 

  • Brouter

    A network bridge and a router combined in a single product. A bridge is a device that connects one local area network (LAN) to another local area network that uses the same protocol.  

  • Brownfield deployment

    An upgrade or addition to an existing network and use of some legacy components. The term come from the building industry, where previously developed (often polluted and abandoned) land is described as brownfield.  

  • Browser Hijaking

    Browser hijacking is the modification of a web browser's settings. The term "hijacking" is used as the changes are performed without the user's permission. A browser hijacker may replace the existing home page, error page, or search page with its own. These are generally used to force hits to a particular website, increasing its advertising revenue.

  • Browserless Web

    The browserless Web describes communication over the World Wide Web between programs rather than between people (with their Web browsers) and the server programs at Web sites. 

  • Brunch statement

    Branch Statements or Branching affects the normal execution sequence by transferring control to a labeled statement in the same scoping unit. The transfer statement is called the branch statement, while the statement to which the transfer is made is called the branch target statement. If-Else & Switch are the two kinds of Branch Statements generally used.  

  • Brute Force

    Brute force is a trial and error method used by application programs to decode encrypted data such as passwords or Data Encryption Standard (DES) keys, without employing any intellectual strategies, but instead relies on sheer computing power to try all possibilities until the solution to a problem is found.

  • is a mind mapping tool used to visually organize information.

  • Bug

    A coding error in a computer program. The process of finding bugs before program users do is called debugging. Debugging starts after the code is written and continues in as code is combined with other units of programming to form a software product.

  • Bug convergence

    The point at which the number of bugs fixed exceeds the number of bugs reported. 

  • Bug Fixing

    A bug refers to an unintended mistake done by the programmer/ Developer which causes the program to give unexpected results in some or all cases. This term is generally used in Computers software/applications programming and is usually result of insufficient testing done by programmer/developer/Testing department or the process reviewer.

  • Bug Tracking System

    A bug tracking system or defect tracking system is a software application that is designed to help keep track of reported software bugs in software development efforts. It may be regarded as a type of issue tracking system.

  • Bugzilla

    Bugzilla is a web-based open source bug or issue-tracking system that allows individual or groups of developers effectively to keep track of outstanding problems with their product. Originally written in TCL programming language, it was later converted to Perl.

  • Build tool

    A programming utility used when building a new version of a program. E.g. 'make' is a popular open source build tool that uses 'makefile', another build tool, to ensure that updated source files  will be compiled into a new version of a program.

  • Bulk Messaging

    Bulk Messaging is the dissemination of large numbers of SMS messages for delivery to mobile phone terminals. It is used by media companies, enterprises, banks (for marketing and fraud control) and consumer brands for a variety of purposes including entertainment, enterprise and mobile marketing. Bulk messaging is commonly used for alerts, reminders, marketing but also for information and communication between both staff and customers.

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