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  1. Hard Work & Determination - My Friends INSPIRING Story...

    I never thought of that how much hard work & determination can be passion for someone until I come across one such person. Almost 11 years ago, I came to Delhi for MCA. We were four friends, staying together in Kilokari Village near by Maharani Bagh. We were not having mobile phone those days and used to talk with our family from a STD booth nearby. Where in STD booth, a young boy aged around 17-18 was working. In few days, we got familiar with that boy and came to know that he was from ...
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  2. The Spark of LIFE...

    Back in 2009, three years into the corporate life, I seemed to have lost it- the inevitable SPARK in life, the one which keeps us going. Nothing excited me, everything seemed so ordinary. Incidentally, it was the time for my first onsite visit. My thought was, "Ok, I am going to Canada. The new place will automatically trigger my excitement".

    I arrived in Canada. Nothing, not even my life's first snow, impressed me! I even went for ice skating. It was yet another
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  3. College Days Relived - Reminiscence of a Software Engineer

    College Days are wild period between school day's innocence and work-life responsibility. I was blessed for an evening, to relive those days, when either the ground under your feet or sky over head doesn't seem to be strong enough to hold onto your wildness, you damn care about the guy next you, you believe you're born to own everything around you. I re-lived every moment of my wildness for the entire evening starting with the fun games, where my team won and lost on more than one occasion, the ...
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  4. My Experience with Fresher Engineers Batch - IT Industry

    Hi All,

    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 ...
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  5. Avoid these mistakes while writing code

    by , 14th February 2011 at 05:41 PM (Software Engineers BLOG)
    Avoid these mistakes while writing code

    1. Donít write deeply nested code
      It is bad programming style to write deeply nested code Ė 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.
    2. Donít write very large modules
      A module should not contain more than 400 lines of source code. It is better to have several small
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  6. Software Engineers BLOG: Simple Solution to a complex problem!

    by , 10th February 2011 at 05:40 PM (Software Engineers BLOG)
    simple solutions to complex problems
    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
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