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Behind a successful organization, there is always a winning team of employees working together for the good of the company harmoniously. Sometimes it takes much more than just employing their skills and hoping that somehow they will figure out how to work things out together as a unit for the betterment of the organization. In house training and the use of development programs can go a long way in fetching the very best from the employees.

 

Luckily, most employers know the importance of this kin...

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1 Comments | Posted in Amazon Web Service (AWS) By Venkatesan M

 

In a tight worker market it is not easy to get the right people. So business owners are straining to make sure their workforce has the competence and necessary skills to get the job done; and that managers of all levels have all what it takes to get the most out of employees. Corporate training is a perfect way of ensuring sufficient skills and satisfactory quality of work.

 

No wonder that the number of employers planning to expand their business education budget is increasing rapidly. Those who...

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0 Comments | Posted in Amazon Web Service (AWS) By Venkatesan M

 

AWS stands for Amazon Web Services which is a subscription service that offers quite a number of services to its users, helping them scale and grow their businesses as they see fit.

Services available from AWS range from servers to storage to devices you can use to test your applications. The list of services offered by AWS is growing daily, allowing enterprises, start-ups, and even public sector customers to access theright combination of a-la-carte tools to react quickly to changing business r...

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1 Comments | Posted in Python By Venkatesan M

 

Agenda

  • Introduction of Powershell
  • Need of powershell
  • BackGround of Powershell
  • Tools
  • Why its better than alternatives ?
  • Top Most Administrative Powershell Commands
  • Working with Pipeline
  • Selecting, Sorting, Measuring, Exporting, Importing, Converting,     Filtering, Passing Data in Pipeline.
  • Using PSProviders and PSDrives
  • Formatting Output
  • Introduction of WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation)
  • Condition
  • Looping (For/ Eor-each/While)
  • Take user Input
  • Display Output
 Introduction
  • This Shell is Command line based o...
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0 Comments | Posted in PowerShell By Venkatesan M

Can I learn Python in a Month

4/25/2017 1:32 PM

 

The question is simple! Can you learn Python coding in a month? Before we get into that we should learn why Python! There are several reasons why one need to learn  Python programming as a career choice. Python is a general-purpose interpreted, interactive, object-oriented and high-level programming language used for general-purpose programming, as it is simple and readable. Currently Python is the most popular Language in IT. Python has figured in varying degrees among the top programming lang...

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0 Comments | Posted in Python By Venkatesan M

Will Python Replace Java?

4/24/2017 12:18 AM

 

 

According to the IT programming trend, Java is currently more popular than other programming languages in terms of number of jobs, number of existing Java developers and overall usage statics in IT compared to Python. According to the latest usage statistics posted on a popular Technology Survey site, Java is being used by 3.0% websites as a server-side programming language, whereas only 0.2% of websites use Python. However, all the recent reports have highlighted that the usage and popularity...

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3 Comments | Posted in Python By Venkatesan M

6 Reasons to learn AngularJS

4/21/2017 6:04 PM

 

Angular 2 was released in late 2016 and brought Angular into the modern web with its desktop and mobile applications. If you build Web applications, chances are you’ve heard of Angular, the popular JavaScript framework for building full-featured, client-side, browser-based applications. The recent release of Angular 2 (September 2016) brought Angular into the modern Web and expanded its reach into mobile and desktop applications.

 

So what’s all of the Angular 2 excitement about? How is it differ...

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Comments | Posted in Python By Venkatesan M

 

 

1) How would you create a taxonomy to identify key customer trends in unstructured data?

The best way to approach this question is to mention that it is good to check with the business owner and understand their objectives before categorizing the data. Having done this, it is always good to follow an iterative approach by pulling new data samples and improving the model accordingly by validating it for accuracy by soliciting feedback from the stakeholders of the business. This helps ensure that...

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1 Comments | Posted in Python Interview Questions By Venkatesan M

 
 
1. What is JSON? How would convert JSON data into Python data?

JSON – stands for JavaScript Object Notation. It is a popular data format for storing data in NoSQL
databases. Generally JSON is built on 2 structures.

  1.  A collection of <name, value> pairs.
  2.  An ordered list of values.
    As Python supports JSON parsers, JSON-based data is actually represented as a dictionary in Python. You can convert json data into python using load() of json module.

 

2. How are the functions help() and dir() different?

The...

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0 Comments | Posted in Python By Rajesh

Python is a favorite among many developers for its strong emphasis on readability and efficiency, especially when compared to other languages like Java, PHP, or C++.

 

Sure, it’s old, but it’s 1980s old, not Cobol or Fortran old. Besides, if something works, why change it, especially when there are a so many ways to improve it.

 

Actually, depending on how you view it, longevity is a good thing in itself—a sign of stability and reliability.

 

If you’re like many people who first started out with Java,...

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1 Comments | Posted in Python By Venkatesan M