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thread by: bhavz | last post Feb 24 '10 by: sridhard2406
hi all, i need to know whether i can take Uttara computer solution for learning C and Unix. i need to know ur experience being there if u have gone. have they got any campus recruitment there.. i ll look forward for all your reply thank you all
thread by: nilgiri | last post Nov 25 '09 by: Dheeraj Joshi
I was recruited as a software test engg in a software firm. I had/have good programming skills, know most of the programming languages.This information was also mentioned on my resume.I did my testing job wholeheartedly. I worked for quite some time and then all of a sudden I was terminated from service, reason being I had the programming skills...
thread by: dazang | last post Nov 22 '09 by: dazang
Thank you for taking the time to complete this occupational survey on Information Technology. This survey has been put together as a means to analyze the relationship between an employee's educational background and their IT career development. This survey is being conducted for educational purposed only. Your information will be kept strictly...
thread by: bprasanth | last post Nov 9 '09 by: Frinavale
Sir Im doing my MCA from anna university coimbatore. i want to know whc course (.Net/OracleDBA/Datawarehousing/Mainframe/Web design/Linux admin or any other) will better for geting job soon & have good future. My Career detail has been given below: 10th: 2nd class(CBSE) 12th : 2nd class(CBSE) UG: B.SC.Ed(Pond Univ) with first class...
thread by: kp7796 | last post Aug 26 '09 by: MrMancunian
Three men in a cafe order a meal the total cost of which is $15. They each contribute $5. The waiter takes the money to the chef who recognizes the three as friends and asks the waiter to return $5 to the men. The waiter is not only poor at mathematics but dishonest and instead of going to the trouble of splitting the $5 between the three he...
thread by: tovachanah | last post Aug 12 '09 by: tovachanah
I am a mainframer trying to get that first job in the OOP/J2EE/web world... how do i do this esp. in this economy
thread by: Niheel | last post Aug 7 '09 by: freelance programmer
http://bytes.com/images/howtos/career_opps_online_profswanted.jpgFor tech professionals, the best opportunities are being posted on online job boards. In a recent survey of 1,000 HR professionals and managers, conducted by Inavero Institute for Service Research, 72 percent of salaried employee recruiting involved online job boards. Online...
thread by: Niheel | last post Mar 16 '09 by: HanClinto
3 months ago we all decided it would be best to work in an actual office, instead of from home. In order to increase the level of professionalism and productivity in our day to day work, one thing we decided we wanted to do right from the start was try to track our productivity in the new work environment. We gathered our entire office into...
thread by: nmsreddi | last post Feb 12 '09 by: alancp
HI Friends I am software worked as .net developer for 3 years and presently as Sqlserver DBA since 1 year . apart from i am doing MBA distance from arens foundation. my doubt when i plan to choose the specialization there are many options to choose where i confuse , finally i preferred SAP CONSULTANCY or CUSTOMER REATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT...
thread by: MMcCarthy | last post Jun 19 '08 by: MMcCarthy
http://bytes.com/images/howtos/projectscope_blocks.jpgAs a freelance IT consultant for over 10 years, Iíve come to appreciate well defined project scopes. A project scope is a common understanding between you and your client as to what work is included in, or excluded from, a project.In a study done by CA towards end of last year, one third of all...
thread by: MMcCarthy | last post Aug 30 '07 by: MMcCarthy
Organizing a Resume Pertinent information included on your resume may be organized in a variety of ways. Regardless of the type of resume used, you should include the following: Contact Information: Include your name (on every page), phone number, email, address, and postal code. Objective: Address the positions that you are currently...
thread by: Niheel | last post Jan 19 '06 by: pstiles
Ok, I am freaking jealous of what Pixar provides is developers and programmers in terms of a work environment. These are uber slick work environments. It's like being an uumpa loompa at Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. You can certainly dig it. http://www.aintitcool.com/images/pixar/pixar2_large.jpg ...

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