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Top 10 Programming Lang on GitHub

Top 10 Programming Lang on GitHub

Folks,

Here is a list of Top 10 Programming Languages of 2015 on GitHub Projects

Language - Active Repositories
JavaScript - 323,938
Java  - 222,852
Python - 164,852
CSS - 164,585
PHP - 138,771
Ruby - 132,848
C++ - 86,505
C - 73,075
Shell - 65,670
C# - 56,062

-Chief Administrative Officer.

Personalized Learning in this Semester

Folks,

The phrase “personalized learning” gets tossed around a lot in education circles. Sometimes it’s used in the context of educational technology tools that offer lessons keyed to the academic level of individual students. Other times it’s referring to the personal touch of a teacher getting to know a student, learning about their interests and tailoring lessons to meet both their needs and their passion areas.

As with most education jargon, the phrase isn’t fixed, but it usually connects to the idea that not all students need the same thing at the same time. It implies choice, multiple pathways to learning, many ways to demonstrate competency and resists the notion that all students learn the same way.

Educator Mia MacMeekin has put together a clear infographic highlighting some of the ways teachers design “personalized” curriculum.


-Chief Administrative Officer.
15 Tips to Beat the Exam Stress

15 Tips to Beat the Exam Stress

Folks,

EXAM TIME? 15 Tips And Tricks To Beat Exam Stress From The Ancient-Indian-Knowledge-Mothers-Club

Here are 15 ideas that have been passed on for generations of Indians, which not only help us prepare better for our exams but also make us more focused and active on D-day. So get ready to clear the exams with flying colours, and lets not forget to thank our mothers for preserving this ancient treasure trove of knowledge!

It is that time of the year again. When parents and students are both spending sleepless nights worrying about the dreaded four letter word they have to face the next day – EXAM. And in the process, doing more harm to their very prospects. The Better India team could not help but try to ease the pain (it was getting too much for us to even witness) and so we decided to dig deep into our memories, wring out the pearls of ancient wisdom our mothers used to generously bestow on us during those harrowing times and share them with you, in the hope of seeing those worry lines disappear!

So here they are, a few tips and tricks that can help improve concentration and productivity during exams:

1. Coconut meat (malai) – the wonder brain food

Not only does the humble coconut water quench your thirst during the hot summer days, its electrolytes can help in replenishing our store of nutrients and minerals. What’s more, there are very few foods as beneficial to the efficient functioning of the brain as the coconut malai, so make sure you don’t throw it away! It’s high copper content makes it an excellent food for boosting brain power!

2.  Use practical knowledge and props to understand the subject better

Whenever you understand a subject and not just learn it, you have a better chance of remembering it during exam times. In earlier times, most girls did not attend school and learnt basic maths while doing their daily chores. They would count the utensils and deduct the number after washing every utensil. Similarly, they learnt to read time by observing the angle of the sun’s rays. Of course, we have a different level of education now, but if we relate our subjects to practical things and incidents we tend to understand and grasp them sooner.

3. No forgetting the fluids

Needless to mention, drinking a lot of fluids, especially in summer, is very important. Water makes upto 85 percent of the brain’s weight so lack of water can lead to brain shrinkage and affect your productivity. Start your day with a glass of water, it will keep you hydrated and also prevent any kind of fatigue. You can try having traditional nimbu paani (lemonade) for better taste.  You could also try coconut water and regular nimbu paani. Check out some of the amazing recipes here.

4. Yoghurt in your diet

Having yoghurt in your meal will keep you cool and it is also a rich in calcium. Avoid having lassi and have simple yoghurt to avoid drowsiness during exams. You can add flavours in it for a better taste. Yogurt has been used for over 5000 years in the world. In India, having yogurt before exams has also been considered as good luck – we can now guess why! You can have some curd with rice as a light meal.

5. Go Nuts, Seeds, Dried Fruits – whatever takes your fancy

Nuts are rich in nutrients and also help you get sufficient energy without having to sit for a heavy meal. You can have raw nuts at regular intervals to keep your brain active. These also work best to keep you focused. Have nuts like almond which will help you boost the brain power, cashews, pistachios, walnuts, etc. also help your brain get the required nutrients. Also try chewing on some sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, flax seeds and sunflower seeds and see the difference!

6. Forgetting something which you learnt?

If you are stuck on a particular word which you learnt but cannot recall, try going through the alphabets to find the first letter of the word. Once you hit the right alphabet, chances are you might remember the word too. Also, recalling the environment where you learnt that subject might also be helpful. You might want to visualize the place where you were revising – this could help in recollecting some information.

7. Learn the numbers faster

Make a fist from your right hand and squeeze it while memorizing numbers or lists. Now, when it is time to recall them and you are stuck somewhere, clench the left fist. These actions make the brain more active and help to recall from memory.

8. They may be traditional but they pack a punch!

When there were no two minute noodles and quick ready made meals, our parents and their elders would munch on delicious home made snacks. Continuously studying can be monotonous and we definitely need something to keep us focused while also providing some much needed distraction. Try eating chikkis, sakarparas and other home made snacks. They have healthy fats and are good for your brain.

9. Study in a well ventilated and bright corner:

Remember the old times when the kids would go to gurukuls and study under the trees? Well, that might be because of lack of resources back then but it could also have been intentional – to help the kids learn faster and better. The fresh air and bright light made it easier to see things and opened your brain to grasp more. So while you are studying, make sure there is enough natural light and fresh air. Also, don’t forget to take small breaks at regular intervals. Go sit in the balcony if you have one in your house, or take a walk in the garden – the fresh air will definitely help you clear the blockage in your head.

10. Yoga poses that improve concentration:

Simple yoga asanas which help you do breathing exercises are a good way to start your day. Sit cross-legged and practice alternate nostril breathing for a few minutes. This will help you clear your mind and enable you to start your revisions with a fresh mind. Block your right nostril with your thumb and inhale from the left nostril. Now use your middle finger to block the left nostril and remove the thumb from the right to exhale from your right nostril. Repeat the process.

11. What not to eat?

Skip the white flour and white sugar as they cause drowsiness. Also don’t depend too much on coffee. It might help you stay awake and focused but it also makes your body think it’s not hungry.

12. Spinach for a healthy meal:

Green leafy vegetables in general, and spinach in particular, are a very good idea to include on a daily basis. But during exam times, they are practically indispensable! They contain a host of vitamins and minerals essential for good brain health. A delicious spinach salad will not only be nutritious but also tasty and will keep you energetic. Here is an interesting spinach salad recipe you can try.

13. Trouble with maths? Try Vedic method:

A little different from what we have learnt in school, this method is a really good trick once you get hold of it in case you want to do super quick maths. So here is a small example to make you understand this technique –

Suppose you want to multiply 32 with 11. So, put an imaginary space between 3 and 2. i.e 32 x 11 = 3_2. Now fill this space by adding 3 and 2, which is 5. Hence, your answer will be 32 x 11= 352.

You can check out more such amazing tricks here.

14. The goodness of Milk:

Since generations, milk has been a crucial part of India. Mothers would spend a large part of their mornings trying to convince their kids to have that one glorious glass of milk. It is rich in nutrients and minerals and also gives you enough energy to last you a couple of hours at least. In earlier times, fresh cow’s milk was considered as a must in everyday routine and it was believed that it helps one conquer weaknesses. Milk also helps in increasing brain serotonin activity levels and gives you more strength to fight stress. In case you don’t like the taste of plain milk, you could try adding honey or other natural flavours to it.

15. Determine your most productive time:

Well it might sound obvious but you need to figure out when does your brain work the best and then keep those hours for extensive revision and learning. Also doctors have suggested that the best way to “consolidate the memory” is to learn just before going to bed. This will help you remember it better the next day.

And apart from all these things, the one thing that actually works is staying calm and preparing well. Don’t discuss the lessons too much with your friends just before the exam as it might break your confidence. Stay calm, it is just an exam and you will crack it!

Post Courtesy: The Hindu

-Chief Administrative Officer.
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75 Mini-Project Topics

75 Mini-Project Topics

Folks,

The following is a list of Mini-Project Topics that can be chosen for the "N-Tier" Architecture.

The Mini-Project can be done in ASP.Net, JSP, PHP or VB.Net - All in "N-Tier Architecture".

Ensure that you have to choose a unique topic and submit a one page abstract of the same to your class counsellor on or before this Friday (05 / 12 / 2014).

Abstract means existing in thought or as an idea but not having a physical or concrete.

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1. Vehicle rental system 
2. Courier information system
3. Crime record management system
4. Customer query management system
5. Customer service management system
6. Water Marking
7. E-post office
8. Online tax management
9. Remote network group 
10. Hotel administration and management system
11. ONLINE POLLING SYSTEM
12. ONLINE NEWS SYSTEM
13. COLLEGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
14. OFFICE ADMINISTRATION SYSTEM
15. EMPLOYEE PAYROLL SYSTEM
16. ONLINE AIR TICKET RESERVATION SYSTEM
17. ONLINE SALES AND INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
18. HR MANAGEMENT WITH PAYROLL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
19. ONLINE WEB BUILDER
20. SOCIAL NETWORKING SCRIPT
21. BOUTIQUE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
22. E-SHOPPING
23. ONLINE SALES AND INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
24. TRANSPORT AUTOMATION SYSTEM
25. ONLINE VECHILE SHOWROOM
26. OFFICE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
27. JEWELRY SHOP MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
28. MOBILE STORE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
29. SHOE SHOP MANAGEMENT
30. ONLINE JOB SITE
31. ELECTRONIC SHOP
32. ONLINE BANKING
33. LIBRARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
34. VEHICLE BOOKING SYSTEM
35. MARUTHI VECHILE SHOWROOM MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
36. OFFICE AUTOMATION SYSTEM
37. EMPLOYEE SALARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
38. ONLINE COLLEGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
39. AIRLINE RESERVATION SOFTWARE
40. MOBILE STORE MANAGEMENT
41. Class Scheduling and Time Tabling System
42. Library management system project in JAVA
43. Inventory management System
44. Online Mobile Shopping
45. Employee Management System
46. Social Networking
47. Boutique Management System
48. Online Voting System
49. Video Streaming in PHP
50. Online Advertising
51. Point of Sales and Inventory System
52. Online Hotel reservation system
53. Best business opportunity for college students.
54. Study of Financial Performance Based On Ratios
55. Shopping Website with Payment Gateway
56. Human Resource Management System
57. Hospital Management System
58. Matrimonial Website Script
59. College Management System
60. Online Recruitment Site
61. Library management system project in JAVA
62. Social Networking project synopsis
63. Online Examination System Project
64. Online Job Site Report
65. Sales and Inventory management system
66. Classroom Management Software
67. Barcode Enabled Attendance Record System Project Report
68. Gas Agency Management System
69. Sugar CRM customer relationship management Script
70. Sales and Inventory Management System
71. Audio and video conferencing System
72. Online Courier Management System
73. Enquiry form script
74. Stores Management System
75. Hand Written Pattern Recognition System

The topics would have been repeated in the above list! Ignore them.

About "N-Tier" Architecture - From wikipedia article I read:

Generally, the term tiers is used to describe physical distribution of components of a system on separate servers, computers, or networks (processing nodes). A three-tier architecture then will have three processing nodes. Layers refer to a logical grouping of components which may or may not be physically located on one processing node.

I do think that the concept of "layer" and the concept of "tier" got mixed up with time. I personally like to talk about layers only rather than tiers as I prefer PAAS solutions where my concerns are only on the software, and the industry is slowly moving in this direction.

Also when you plan for an application that could greatly expand I still don't think that you should think about n-tier for scalability. In fact, very popular websites with a lot of traffic only separate themselves into 3 components: Database servers, web servers (including the caching servers), and a few CDN (content delivery networks). This kind of separation can be achieved in any application.

But to conclude, I think a programmer should only think about layers and separation of concerns within the application to achieve the most important (and difficult) task: maintainability in the long run.

-Chief Administrative Officer.
Project Help

Project Help

Folks,

This is to inform you all that you can use these Educational Resources to learn the latest technology for doing your project.

I have been taking 100s of Initiative to help you guys a lot in many spheres now it's your time to do something and flourish in your career.

All the best.

-Chief Administrative Officer.
The Highest-Paying Programming Languages

The Highest-Paying Programming Languages

Folks,

Computer programming has quickly become one of the most lucrative industries in the US.
The average salary for a computer programmer just hit an all-time high as it approaches $100,000.

But there are some languages and skill sets that are more valuable than others, and Quartz has compiled some data to break down these differences.

Quartz's Max Nisen pulled out some figures on the most valuable programming languages based on a larger study from the Brookings Institution that was published in July.

Based on that data, here are programming languages listed next to their average annual salary from lowest to highest:

12. PERL - $82,513
11. SQL - $85,511
10. Visual Basic - $85,962
9. C# - $89,074
8. R- $90,055
7. C - 90,134
6. JavaScript - $91,461
5. C++ - $93,502
4. JAVA - $94,908
3. Python - $100,717
2. Objective C - $108,225
1. Ruby on Rails - $109,460

While some of these coding languages can help you earn $100,000, train to become a Salesforce architect if you want one of the highest-paying jobs in tech.

According to data from IT recruiting firm Mondo that was published in March, Salesforce Architects can earn between $180,000 and $200,000.

Note: Programmer's salary is not based on language but the skills, that one acquires over the time period by solving challenging brain teasing logical problems or some of the most complex system architecture problems. There are data analyst's who earn $120K+ using statistical language like R, along with python and java. It all depends upon the domain area you chose, right now big data is one of the most promising field for earning big bucks.

-Chief Administrative Officer.
Tips for Project

Tips for Project

Folks,

You many feel that this is not relevant to the project! But apply this concept into it and see how it works!

11 Ways Towards SUCCESS:

1. PLAN while others are playing.
2. STUDY while others are sleeping.

3. DECIDE while others are delaying.
4. PREPARE while others are daydreaming.
5. BEGIN while others are procrastinating.
6. WORK while others are wishing.
7. SAVE while others are wasting.
8. LISTEN while others are talking.
9. SMILE while others are frowning.
10. COMMEND while others are criticizing.
11. PERSIST while others are quitting.


-Chief Administrative Officer.
Tips for your project

Tips for your project

Folks,



Tips for doing your project (mini).

1. Choose the topic first.

2. Design the complete Architecture.

3. Decide who will use what or who has the access to what?

4. Avoid silly mistakes.

       4.1. As it is mini project, never try to keep it as the so called "Simple, Short and Sweet".

       4.2. Do the full project to get maximum marks.

5. Put yourselves on the shoes of the user and decide the modules.

6. Now choose the technology you are going to use.

7. Using C#, it is easy to connect SQL. NOTE: .Net technologies are Windows dependent.

8. Consult your guide when required, do to so you can also get an appointment from the Contact Us page itself.

9. Then, Interact 2 Innovate.

10.Remember what Bill Gates said "If you can't make it good then make it look good".

-Chief Administrative Officer.