Saturday, 29 September 2012

Group discussions is an important step while facing S/W Company interviews-See The Following GD Videos


Group  discussions is an 
important step while facing 
S/W Company interviews


Group discussions tell an employer how a prospective employee can function in a team; whether the candidate is a leader; and how the candidate is able to handle groups.











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Sunday, 23 September 2012

GROUP DISCUSSION - A MOST IMPORTANT STEP WHILE FACING COMPANIES INTERVIEWS




GROUP DISCUSSION


A MOST IMPORTANT STEP WHILE FACING 
COMPANIES INTERVIEWS




Group discussions tell an employer how a prospective employee can function in a team; whether the candidate is a leader; and how the candidate is able to handle groups.
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What Would You Like To Become Coder OR Programmer?


What Would You Like To Become 
Coder OR Programmer?
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Saturday, 22 September 2012

Developers in India can now register to sell paid apps in Google Play


Developers in India can now register to sell paid apps in Google Play

 

 The Google Play Developers portal has received a welcome update, confirming now that developers in India can register to sell paid apps in Google Play. This is potentially huge news for two different reasons. India is one of the most populated nations on the planet, and the smartphone... #android 

 

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Configuring Hibernate ORM Tool with Eclipse Helios




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Configuring Hibernate with 

Eclipse Helios





Create a java project
Step 1:

















Step 2:
Type java in the wizards























Step 3:
Give the Name as Hibernate3.0




 

































And click finish For installation unzip the downloaded files.
Now configure Eclipse with Hibernate

Create the user libraries to the project

Click on Windows -> preferences, type User and select User Libraries



























Create a new User Library



























Give Name of Library for Example (Hibernate 3.0) and say OK

In that library add all the jar files.  (Make sure you select Hibernate 3.0)




























Go to Hibernate distribution folder and select hibernate3.0.jar,


























Select in lib->required folder select select all the files,





Again go to lib -> bytecode -> cglib -> cglib-2.2.jar






















Select Hibernate Annotations -> hibernate-annotations.jar
























Hibernate Annotations -> lib -> ejb3-persistence.jar and 
hibernate-commnons-annotations.jar

Hibernate Annotations -> lib -> test -> slf4j.log4j12.jar and log4j.jar






















Totally there will be 13 jar files
















You have created the user library, now integrate user library with Eclipse

Select JEE or JAVA perspective, on the project click on properties, select java build path,





















Under that select libraries, click on Add Library (on right)




















Select User Library & click next

























select Hibernate3.0(which is created)
















Now you should see Hibernate Library into your project.



Next you have to configuration with Database and Hibernate

We have to use hibernate configuration file we need (hibernate.cfg.xml) file, this will help us to make the connection between Hibernate and Database

We can copy from the existing downloads of Hibernate Distribution, goto Project, select some tutorials, src, main, resources, and you find the file.(hibernate.cfg.xml, log4j.properties) copy both










Right click on the src folder on your eclipse project and paste on that.




















Now open hibernate.cfg.xml, and now we have to configure, goto source


In the file find for the property tag with “connection .driver_class” and chage the Class name which you have, and same for URL, UserName, Pwd



To find the dialect -> goto userlibrary, Hibernate3.0, and you see that it will be some where in org.hibernate.(some thing),  in hibernate3.jar you will find the dialect matching your Database, and type the same in the file.























And make an entry in the configuration file In current_session_context_class as thread And rest keep it as it is Comment the code property hbm2ddl.auto (because we will create the database) And mapping resources as well since we will use our own mappings (annotations).

Note: To comment select the text and go to source and add Block Comment or ctrl+shift+/
















End of configuration.
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5 Ways to Get Discovered Now in Your Career


  5 Ways to Get Discovered Now in Your Career

 
The following  five attributes will help you get discovered and will give you leverage in your quest to find long-lasting security and advancement in your career:

 

1.  Influential Voice

 

People listen and pay attention to the influence you create both in the workplace and within the industry you serve.  This requires you to speak-up and be deliberate about expressing your points of view within the rules of engagement. When you get people to think about  their own points of view,  and you control how you broaden your reach of influence, you will get discovered regardless of hierarchy or rank.    Also, be a thought leader!

2.  Positive Attitude 

You may have the qualifications to impact and positively influence corporate growth, but do you have the attitude that makes others gravitate to you?    A positive attitude is contagious and an important variable in how you manage yourself at work.  Believe it or not, people will notice and they will talk.   When I sat in the corner office, I always knew about the people who created the most impact in the organization simply based on how people were represented through the opinions of others.
People with a positive attitude who are passionate about their work and seek to create endless possibilities for the organization and those around them get discovered quickly.

3.  Ambassador of Corporate Culture and Values

This is a critical point.  Notice how there are certain people in your organization that protect the corporate culture and are proud to live it every day and encourage others to do the same.   Those who proudly preserve and advance the culture and values of the organization they serve are often the type of people that are put on the fast-track.   They become the spokespeople for the organization and are asked to participate in influential meetings and corporate off-site engagements.
This is where one’s entrepreneurial spirit at work can take flight.  Enable that spirit to hold on to the cultural roots of the organization and to serve to help others see the value in doing the same.


4.  Serve Beyond Your Role & Responsibilities


This is becoming more popular in the workplace; yet most still don’t take advantage of this opportunity.   Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Employee Resource Group (ERG) initiatives (amongst others) allow employees to engage themselves in their workplace beyond their primary job function.   This is yet another opportunity for you to broaden your visibility and activate your voice in discussions that provide you with a platform to expand your presence and get discovered.


5.  Be Courageous

How many times have you been told that you have a special skill or quality that separates you from others?   How often have you seen great talent go to waste?   Be courageous and avoid falling into this trap.   Those that have been discovered display tremendous tenacity and are extremely courageous.    You must trust yourself enough to think, act and innovate in ways that come most naturally to you.   This means you must aim high while always being authentic.


Are you ready to get discovered?    
These five attributes will take you a long way, and as you ride the journey you will encounter more positive happenstances than you ever imagined!

 

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