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I would like to share my experience working with the Freshers Batch.
I was part of CTAS Migration Project for DB. It was started with me and Kadharbasha who had almost 3+ yrs. of experience. As the deadlines were nearing, we needed few more people. Due to the shortage of expreienced resource, I decided to have some freshers in the team.
Newbies joined us in April and they were trained on Java, J2EE. By the time they started TIBCO, we were in need
There was a youth named “Mr. Commitment” who was very intelligent and laborious. He was a genius student. He belonged to a middle class family .but he always took pleasure in his status. His father was a simple government officer. He himself was a simple guy and never thought to harm anyone. His friends and neighbors appreciated him for this nature .He was sure that one day he will acquire all the things that he always wanted. He believed his capabilities
Don’t write deeply nested code
It is bad programming style to write deeply nested code – the code has a tendency to drift across the page to the right and soon becomes unreadable. Try to limit most of your code to a maximum of two levels of indentation. This can be achieved by dividing the code into shorter functions.Don’t write very large modules
A module should not contain more than 400 lines of source code. It is better to have several small
There was this cosmetic manufacturing company is Japan which received a complaint from its distributors that 15% of the soap boxes were found empty when they are delivered. The directors were sure that there is no fault with the employees as everything is automated from manufacturing to packing. Therefore, after discussing with all the quality experts they thought of importing a high sensitive scanner and place it on the conveyor belt and raise an alarm for empty