Bicycle Accessories

Accessories in Bicycles are as important as the bicycle itself for seasoned riders. It makes the riding safe, comfortable weather its a short or long, city or countryside ride. Choosing the right accessories, which fits your needs and bicycle both, is a art. Following are some of the most important accessories. These articles will help you increase your knowledge about them and choose the right … Continue reading Bicycle Accessories

Fixed Gear / Single Speed / Fixie Bicycles

These are bicycles without freewheel mechanism, with only one gear. Fixies are designed to be ridden on a velodrome, which is a banked oval track specifically for bicycle racing. A true fixie has no freewheel, therefore the cyclist has to pedal while moving. That requires a good degree of control while using it. Fixies are lightning-fast in the hands of an accomplished rider. One gear … Continue reading Fixed Gear / Single Speed / Fixie Bicycles

Bicycle Types

Since the invention of Bicycles, there has been a constant evolution of there types and uses. Many Bicycles types with generic to specialized use are invented and modified to fulfill the need. Based on specialty and use there are many types of bicycles in the market. Some of the main types are as follows: Road/ Racing Bicycles Touring / Audax/ Cyclocross (CX) Bicycles Mountain Bicycles … Continue reading Bicycle Types

SQL Server Functions

Introduction Functions are kind of reusable components/objects in SQL-Server. It is a set of SQL statements that accepts only input parameters, perform actions and return the result. Function can return only single value or a table value. We can’t use function to Insert, Update, Delete records in the database tables. SQL Server’s functions are a valuable addition when used wisely. A function, in any programming … Continue reading SQL Server Functions

Difference between SQL Server Functions and Stored Procedures

Sql Server has Stored procedures and Functions objects. They have their own limitations, advantages and disadvantages. Below is a list of differences between Functions and Stored Procedures in Sql Server. Functions Stored Procedures Function must return a value. Procedure can return zero or n values. Functions can have only input parameters for it. Procedures can have both input and output parameters in it. Function allows … Continue reading Difference between SQL Server Functions and Stored Procedures