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Basic Things to Consider Before Contacting a Training Venue Provider

Conducting a training program is easier said than done. Of course, with the help and assistance of an experienced venue provider, most of the arrangements are taken care of. However, there are a few basic things which organizations need to consider right at the start for ensuring a successful & effective training program.

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BUILD THEM,BUILD YOU!

The need of adaptation ,working with hand in hand with latest trends is as crucial as anything else you can imagine . Five years ago, a software engineer might have been comfortable understanding Java and perhaps a second language, like C++. But today, the number of programming languages you can learn has grown to include […]

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Be someone your futureself will need

So , are you a Techwizard ? Information technology industry is on rise and is not going to look back for as long as we can think of .The vitality and our prolonged dependence on mobiles/laptops etc. have given a rise to this whole new lot of businesses .

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Article Over An exception with required field validator

Error message : WebForms UnobtrusiveValidationMode requires a ScriptResourceMapping for jquery. Please add a ScriptResourceMapping named jquery(case-sensitive). This article will give you the complete guidance about how to remove such kind of errors that is title of article in .Net Framework 4.5. This error comes if you are going to use the RequiredFieldValidator control on any […]

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Autoboxing in Java

Critix always says that java is not fully object oriented language. Because, they always says we are using primitive data type here. No doubt java is fully object oriented language due to its boxing feature. Auto Boxing:  This is the feature that comes in java 1.5 by which java compiler automatically converts the primitive data […]

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Top Reason Why Learn C++ – Best Programming Language 2018

C++ Best Programming Language . C++ taught me how to really write code. There are plenty of excellent developers I know today that still use C++ and teach others how to use it and there is nothing at all wrong with that. So what is the problem then? Why C++ Is Not “Back” C++11   just […]

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Decimal Values Comparison (floats & double)

As we all know that float and double are data type Float It takes 4 bytes in java. It can store only 6 digit after the decimal point. Double By default any decimal values treated as double value. It takes 8 bytes of memory and it can store 15 values after point.

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