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What is Core PHP and My SQL?

PHP and MYSQL

PHP stands for PHP Hypertext Preprocessor. "PHP is an HTML-embedded scripting language. Much of its syntax is borrowed from C, Java and Perl with a couple of unique PHP-specific features thrown in. The goal of the language is to allow web developers to write dynamically generated pages quickly." When someone visits your PHP web page, your web server processes the PHP code. It then sees which parts it needs to show to visitors (content and pictures) and hides the other stuff (file operations, math calculations, etc.) then translates your PHP into HTML. After the translation into HTML, it sends the web page to your visitor's web browser.

MySql is a Database which is being connected to PHP. In this you learn How PHP website connected with MySQL database. It is excellent for creating dynamic, database-driven Web sites. PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) is a tool that lets you create dynamic web pages. PHP - enabled web pages are treated just like a regular HTML pages and you can create and edit them the same way you normally create regular HTML pages.

Before going through Core PHP and My SQL live project training candidate should have knowledge of given concepts listed below:

Basic skills

  • Knowledge of HTML and CSS
  • Knowledge of Javascript
  • Knowledge of C languages
  • Knowledge of object oriented languages(C#, C++ etc)(any one)
  • .

    Benefits of Courses

    What will u Become

  • Website Developer
  • Web Application Developer
  • Web Services Developer
  • PHP based Software developer
  • Eligible for Advanced PHP
  • .

    Programming Details

    Fundamentals PHP: Just do practicals.

    Course Content

  • How PHP Works, What, why ??
  • The php.ini File, Basic PHP Syntax, PHP Tags
  • PHP Functions, Variables
  • Variable Scope, Constants
  • PHP Operators
  • Creating Dynamic Pages
  • Single Quotes vs. Double Quotes
  • Flow Control, If Conditions, Loops, while etc
  • Complete Arrays
  • PHP and HTML Forms
  • Form Variables
  • String Manipulation, Formatting Strings, Concatenation
  • Reusing Code and Writing Functions
  • Including Files
  • Defining and Calling Functions
  • Form Processing
  • Selecting All Columns in All Rows,Specific Columns
  • Sorting Records, Sorting By a Single Column
  • Sorting By Multiple Columns
  • Sorting By Column Position
  • Ascending and Descending Sorts
  • The WHERE Clause and Operator Symbols
  • Checking for Equality, WHERE and ORDER BY
  • The WHERE Clause and Operator Words
  • The BETWEEN Operator, The IN , NOT Operator
  • Joins, Table Aliases, Multi-table Joins
  • Unions, UPDATE, DELETE, Managing Data
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    DATABASE INFO

    COURSE CONTENT

  • MySql Methods and Properties
  • Inserting and Updating Records
  • MySql Prepared Statements
  • Authentication with PHP and MYSQL
  • A Database-less Login Form
  • Session Control and Cookies
  • Cookies
  • Sending Email with PHP
  • Shortcomings of mail()
  • PHPMailer
  • File System Management
  • Opening a File
  • fopen(), fgets(), fwrite(), flock()
  • Reading from a File
  • Uploading Files via an HTML Form
  • Getting File Information
  • More File Functions
  • Directory Functions
  • Getting a Directory Listing
  • Creating a Dreamweaver site
  • Site creation - basic
  • Site creation - advanced
  • Database connections
  • Introduction to MYSQL
  • Server behaviors
  • Querying the database
  • Building a MYSQL query using the Simple view
  • Building a MYSQL query using the Advanced view
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    AJAX INFO

    COURSE CONTENT

  • Ajax with PHP
  • Ajax Overview
  • Ajax Technology Stack
  • Ajax Implementations
  • Installing and configuring HTML_Ajax Pear Module
  • Ajax Server
  • Ajax Client
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    JAVASCRIPT & JQUERY

    COURSE CONTENT

  • What Are Javascript And Jquery?
  • Document Object Model (DOM) And Jquery
  • Programming/Coding Principles
  • Separation Of Structure (HTML), Style (CSS)
  • Behaviors (Javscript/Jquery)
  • Jquery Wrapper – DOM Elements As Array - $( )
  • Selecting And Manipulating Elements
  • Jquery API
  • Element Properties And Attributes
  • Browser Event Model
  • Jquery Event Model
  • Putting Events To Work
  • Animation And Effects Overview
  • Sliders, Tabs, Accordians
  • Progress Bars
  • Forms/Auto Completers
  • Date Pickers
  • Dialog Boxes
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    CORE PHP

    85%

    MYSQL

    75

    JQUERY

    95%

    AJAX

    65%

    WHAT IS WORDPRESS

    CMS : WORDPRESS

    WordPress is free blog software, unless you want to implement some more features to meet the growing needs of a popular blog. During the next few years WordPress evolve into more of a CMS friendly platform.

    WordPress is an Open Source blog tool which offers a rich set of features as well as a large supporting community. WordPress has an intuitive administration interface which anyone can handle. In WordPress you will be able to compose a post and publish it on your website with just a few clicks! With WordPress you can easily customize the look of your website for there are lots of free WordPress themes available on the Net.

    Before going through Wordpress live project training candidate should have knowledge of given concepts listed below:

    Basic Skills

  • Student should have good knowledge of HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
  • Methods, functions, object oriented concepts should be cleared.
  • Should have good knowledge of PHP programming and basic knowledge of MySql.
  • Benefits of Courses

    What will u Become

    • Website Developer
    • Web Services Developer
    • Ease of Use
    • Manage Your Website from Any Computer
    • No HTML Editing or FTP Software Required
    • Search Engines Love WordPress Sites
    • You Have Control of Your Site
    • The Design of Your Website is 100% Customizable
    • A Blog is Built-in and Ready to Go
    • Extend the Functionality of Your Site with Plugins
    • Your Site Can Grow as Your Business Grows

    Fundamentals WP: Just do practicals.

    Course Content

  • Understanding and Using domain names
  • WordPress Hosting Options
  • Installing WordPress on a Dedicated Server
  • Understanding Directory Permissions
  • Understanding the WordPress Dashboard
  • Pages, Tags, Media and Content Administration
  • Core WordPress Settings
  • Finding and Installing Plugins Quickly and Easily
  • Upgrading WordPress Plugins
  • Recommended WordPress Plugins
  • Understanding the Structure of WordPress Themes
  • Finding Themes and Choosing the Right One
  • Installing and Configuring Themes
  • Editing and Customizing Themes
  • Using Theme Frameworks and Parent-Child Themes
  • Theme Best Practices
  • Understanding Posts Versus Pages
  • Organizing Posts with Categories
  • Connecting Posts Together with Tags
  • Custom Post Types and Custom Taxonomies
  • Managing Lists of Links
  • Hands-On Training on the WordPress Editors
  • Hands-On Training on the New Image Editor
  • Adding Video and Audio Media to a WordPress Site
  • WordPress as a Blog vs. WordPress as a Website
  • Converting a Website to WordPress
  • WordPress as a Content Management System (CMS)
  • Beyond blogging: Other Uses for WordPress
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    Fundamentals WP: Just do practicals.

    Course Content-2

  • MySql Methods and Properties
  • Inserting and Updating Records
  • MySql Prepared Statements
  • Authentication with PHP and MYSQL
  • A Database-less Login Form
  • Session Control and Cookies
  • Cookies
  • Sending Email with PHP
  • Shortcomings of mail()
  • PHPMailer
  • File System Management
  • Opening a File
  • fopen(), fgets(), fwrite(), flock()
  • Reading from a File
  • Uploading Files via an HTML Form
  • Getting File Information
  • More File Functions
  • Directory Functions
  • Getting a Directory Listing
  • Creating a Dreamweaver site
  • Site creation - basic
  • Site creation - advanced
  • Database connections
  • Introduction to MYSQL
  • Server behaviors
  • Querying the database
  • Building a MYSQL query using the Simple view
  • Building a MYSQL query using the Advanced view
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    Web Development

    85%

    PLUGINS

    75

    THEMES

    95%

    GRAPHICS

    65%

    WHAT IS ORACLE

    ORACLE 10G

    Oracle D2K is the frontend in oracle to develop forms and the backend database oracle would be storing information and d2k will be displaying it. Oracle Developer Suite is a suite of development tools released by the Oracle Corporation. A database management system, or DBMS, database management systems include dBase, Paradox, IMS, and Oracle. These systems allow users to create, update, and extract information from their databases. Compared to a manual filing system, the biggest advantages to a computerized database system are speed, accuracy, and accessibility.

    Live projects in oracle which provides industrial exposure to the candidates and helps the Candidate to finding a suitable job in oracle. During an Oracle database design project, the analysis of your business needs identifies all the fields or attributes of interest. Training in Oracle should be taken by Experienced Industry Professionals. The concepts of relational databases and the powerful sql programming language is very important. This course provides the essential SQL skills that allow developers to write queries against single and multi. Every Organization either its Small or big has lots of data with confidentia information and it's not possible to handle them manually which leads need of database and Oracle is a big and secure database which is capable to store a large volume of database.

    Before going through Oracle 10g D2K live project training candidate should have knowledge of given concepts listed below:

    Basic Skills

  • Knowledge of SQL.
  • Knowledge of Basic understanding of database.
  • Benefits of Courses

    What will u Become

    • Oracle Developer
    • Oracle Discoverer Services Developer

    Fundamentals of ORACLE: Just do practicals.

    Course Content

  • What is an Oracle Database
  • Relational Database Structures
  • Tables, Rows and Columns
  • Indexes, Primary Keys and Foreign Keys
  • Supported Datatypes
  • The Data Dictionary
  • What is SQL*Plus
  • Getting Started
  • Entering and Executing SQL Statements
  • Editing SQL Statements
  • Creating, Editing and Executing SQL Files
  • What is Oracle SQL Developer
  • Starting SQL Developer
  • Configure a Connection
  • Navigation Tabs
  • SQL Worksheet
  • The SELECT Statement
  • The SELECT and FROM Clauses
  • Conditions and the WHERE Clause
  • Other Conditional Operators
  • Logical Operators
  • The ORDER BY Clause
  • Column Aliases
  • Arithmetic Expressions
  • Precedence of Operators
  • Overview of Built In Aggregate Functions
  • The GROUP BY Clause
  • The HAVING Clause
  • Overview of Table Joins
  • Inner Joins
  • Table Aliases
  • Outer Joins
  • Self Joins
  • ANSI Standard Joins
  • Set Operators
  • Function Types
  • Using the Table dual to try out Functions
  • Numeric Functions
  • Character Functions
  • String Concatenation
  • Date Arithmetic and Date Functions
  • Conversion Functions
  • The NVL and NVL2 Functions
  • The DECODE Function
  • CASE Expressions
  • The COALESCE and NULLIF Functions
  • Command Line Substitution Parameters
  • The Accept Command
  • The Define and Undefine Commands
  • In-Line Views
  • Top-N Queries
  • Complex Subqueries
  • Multi Column Subqueries
  • Correlated Subqueries
  • Subquery Rules
  • Using the ANY, ALL and SOME Operators
  • Inserting Rows
  • Updating Rows
  • Deleting Rows
  • Verifying Updates
  • Transaction Control
  • Commit and Rollback
  • Savepoints
  • Commits and Constraints
  • Amending Data in SQL Developer
  • Creating Tables
  • Specifying Constraints
  • Altering Tables, Columns and Constraints
  • Dropping Tables, Columns and Constraints
  • Copying Tables
  • Creating Indexes
  • Dropping Indexes
  • Listing Indexes
  • Creating and Using Views
  • Dropping Views
  • Listing Views
  • Create a Sequence
  • View Sequence Details
  • Create a Synonym
  • List Synonyms
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    Fundamentals of ORACLE: Just do practicals.

    Course Content-2

  • What is PL/SQL?
  • Basic Elements
  • Variables and Constants
  • Data Types
  • Initialising Variables and Assigning Values
  • Using SQL Statements in Code
  • Generating Output to SQL or SQL Developer
  • IF THEN ELSIF ELSE Statements
  • CASE Statements
  • The Basic Loop Construct
  • WHILE and FOR Loops
  • Nested and Labelled Loops
  • The GOTO Statement
  • The CONTINUE Statement
  • What is a Cursor?
  • Implicit and Explicit Cursors
  • Cursor Operations
  • Declaring, Opening and Closing Cursors
  • Fetching Rows
  • Status Checking
  • Using Cursors FOR UPDATE
  • The Cursor FOR Loop
  • Parameterised Cursors
  • The EXCEPTION Section
  • Types of Exception
  • Handling Named System-Raised Exceptions
  • Handling Un-named System-Raised Exceptions
  • User-Declared Exceptions and Application Errors
  • WHEN OTHERS THEN NULL
  • Nested and Labelled Blocks
  • Propagation of Exceptions
  • Scope of Variables and Cursors
  • Scope of Goto Statements
  • Declaring Record Types
  • Handling PL/SQL Records
  • Nested Records
  • Declaring PL/SQL Index-By Tables or Associative Arrays
  • PL/SQL Table Built-in Functions
  • Manipulating PL/SQL Tables or Associative Arrays
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    Fundamentals of ORACLE: Just do practicals.

    Course Content-3

  • Course objectives
  • The Oracle complete solution
  • Course agenda
  • Tables and data used for this course
  • Identify PL/SQL block structure
  • Create procedures
  • Create functions
  • Create packages
  • Use cursors
  • Handle exceptions
  • Understand dependencies
  • Identify the Oracle supplied packages
  • List the different guidelines for cursor design
  • Describe cursor variables
  • Pass cursor variables as program parameters
  • Compare cursor variables to static cursors
  • Describe the predefined data types
  • Create subtypes based on existing types for an application
  • Template structure
  • Describe and use nested tables
  • Describe and use varrays
  • Describe and use associative arrays
  • Describe and use string indexed collections
  • Describe and use nested collections
  • Write PL/SQL programs that use collections
  • Describe the common collection exceptions and how to code for them
  • Compare associative arrays to collections
  • Execute external C routines from PL/SQL
  • Understand the benefits of external routines
  • Publish the external C routine in the PL/SQL code
  • Execute a PL/SQL routine that calls the external C routine
  • Execute Java routines from PL/SQL
  • Publish the Java class method by creating the PL/SQL subprogram unit specification that references the Java class method
  • Execute the PL/SQL subprogram that invokes the Java class method
  • Define embedding PL/SQL code in Web pages(PL/SQL Server Pages)
  • Describe the format of a PL/SQL Server Page
  • Write the code and content for the PL/SQL Server Page
  • Load the PL/SQL Server Page into the database as a stored procedure
  • Run a PL/SQL Server Page via a URL
  • Debug PL/SQL Server Page problems
  • Understand how fine-grained access control works overall
  • Describe the features of fine-grained access control
  • Describe an application context
  • Set up a logon trigger
  • View the results
  • Query the dictionary views holding information on fine-grained access
  • SQL

    85%

    DATABASE QURIES

    75

    PL/SQL

    95%

    ADVANCE SQL

    65%

    DRUPAL INFO

    Drupal

    Drupal is one of the best Content Management Systems (CMS). It is written in PHP and requires a MySQL database. Drupal is used to easily manage, update and publish the content in the website. Many companies are using Drupal to create professional websites to suit their custom requirements.

    A Drupal web site can be successfully used as a discussion forum. Comment boards, attached to most content types, make it simple for members to discuss new posts. Administrators can control whether content and comments are posted without approval, with administrator approval or through community moderation. With the built-in news aggregator, communities can subscribe to and then discuss content from other sites.

    Before going through Drupal live project training candidate should have knowledge of given concepts listed below:

    Basic Skills

  • Student should have good knowledge of HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
  • Methods, functions, object oriented concepts should be cleared.
  • Should have good knowledge of PHP programming and basic knowledge of MySql.
  • Benefits of Courses

    What will u Become

    • Website Developer
    • Web Services Developer
    • Ease of Use
    • Easy to install - Drupal
    • Your Site Can Grow as Your Business Grows

    Fundamentals DRUPAl: Just do practicals.

    Course Content

  • How Drupal began
  • What is Acquia Drupal
  • What Technology Does Drupal Use?
  • What is Drupal?
  • Content Management System
  • Content Management Framework
  • Web Application Framework
  • Drupal terminology
  • Modules
  • Themes
  • Nodes
  • Blocks
  • Drupal Workflow
  • Bootstrap
  • Themes
  • Hooks and Callbacks
  • Blocks
  • Installing Drupal
  • The Admin Interface
  • Creating Content
  • Managing Content
  • Site Building
  • Site Configuration
  • User Management
  • Roles
  • Permissions
  • Creating User Accounts
  • Reports
  • Help
  • Core Required
  • Core Optional-enabled
  • Core Optional-disabled
  • What They Are
  • Where They Are
  • What They Do
  • Downloading and Enabling
  • Popular Modules
  • Blocks and Regions
  • Default Blocks
  • Custom Blocks
  • Configuring Blocks
  • Download Methods
  • Upload Module
  • Upload Path Module
  • Storing user uploaded materials
  • Fundamentals DRUPAl: Just do practicals.

    Course Content-2

  • The PAGE and the STORY
  • Input Filters
  • Creating Custom Content-Types
  • Field Permissions
  • Adding Fields to Content-Types
  • Text Fields
  • Numeric Fields
  • Contributed Module: Image Fields
  • Contributed Module: Media Fields
  • Contributed Module: Field Groups
  • Contributed Module: Node Reference
  • Using the 'Display Fields' Settings
  • Teaser / Body Displays
  • Labels
  • Display Formats
  • What is taxonomy?
  • Vocabularies
  • Required Vocabulary
  • Controlled Vocabulary
  • Terms
  • Adding Terms
  • View Content by Term
  • Storing Taxonomies
  • Module-Based Vocabularies
  • Common Functions
  • Overview of VIEWS
  • VIEW Types
  • Default Views
  • Overriden Views
  • Normal Views
  • Displays
  • Basic Settings
  • Display Types
  • Default Display
  • Page Display
  • Block Display
  • RSS Feed
  • Creating a VIEW With the VIEWS User Interface
  • Basic Settings
  • Fields vs Node
  • Filters
  • Arguments
  • Relationships
  • Form Processing
  • Validation
  • Form Submission
  • Redirection
  • Creating Basic Forms
  • Custom Module Basics
  • Creating your own Custom Module
  • Enabling the Custom Form Module
  • Accessing the Custom Form
  • Form API Properties
  • What is XML-RPC?
  • XML-RPC Clients
  • A Simple XML-RPC Server
  • Architecture of the Theme System
  • Theme Templates
  • The .info file
  • Theme Engine
  • Hooks
  • Creating a Theme
  • Where are the files?
  • Installing a Theme
  • Creating and Enabling a Customized Sub-Theme
  • Theme Inheritance and Sub-Themes
  • Modifying a Base Theme
  • Theming with a Custom Stylesheet
  • Overriding Theme Behavior with PHP
  • What is a Panel?
  • Panel Types
  • Layouts
  • Creating a Mini Panel
  • Creating a Panel Page
  • Overriding the Default Front Page
  • .

    Web Development

    85%

    Design

    75

    UX / Animation

    95%

    Marketing

    65%

    fundamentals of C

    C Language

    C is a computer programming language. That means that you can use C to create lists of instructions for a computer to follow. The C programming language has been around since the early '70s, when it was developed by Ken Thompson and Dennis Ritchie at Bell Laboratories. They saw the need for a more user-friendly programming language, and after several attempts at new languages, C was eventually finalized and released. Throughout the '80s, the developers created various standards for the language. As computers became more complex, programmers were able to use C to build their own compilers and programming languages.

    The C programming language has led to the development of both Java and C++, which are popular today and both simplified programming even further. C is one of thousands of programming languages currently in use. C has been around for several decades and has won widespread acceptance because it gives programmers maximum control and efficiency. C is an easy language to learn. It is a bit more cryptic in its style than some other languages, but you get beyond that fairly quickly. C is a compiled language, which means that once your C program is written, you'll need to run it through a C compiler to convert the program to an executable form.

    The computer can then run the C program. The C compiler is vital to creating a C program, because without it, your program will remain in human-readable form as opposed to machine-readable form . Programmers can either purchase a commercial compiler or download a free C compiler online. One of the things that programmers like about C is that it enables them to scale down programs so they can run on very little memory. This has become especially important in recent years, when so many people are using small-scale computers like smartphones and tablets.

    Before going through Wordpress live project training candidate should have knowledge of given concepts listed below:

    Basic Skills

  • Strong Knowledge Computer
  • Basic knowledge of Programming Structure.
  • Basic knowledge Programming Algorithm .
  • Benefits of Courses

    What will u Become

    • C Developer
    • C Programmer
    • Ease of Use
    • Manage Your Website from Any Computer
    • No HTML Editing or FTP Software Required

    Fundamentals C: Just do practicals.

    Course Content

  • Background
  • Sample program
  • Components of a C program
  • Data types
  • Naming conventions for variables
  • Printing and initializing variables
  • Defining arrays
  • Functions
  • Invoking functions
  • Elementary operators
  • The operator= operators
  • The conditional operator
  • Increment and decrement operators
  • Character i/o
  • Handling end of file
  • Simple i/o examples
  • Redirecting standard I/O
  • i/o with character arrays
  • Function declarations
  • Returning a value or not
  • Function prototypes
  • Arguments and parameters
  • Organization of C source files
  • An extended example
  • Main function
  • The gets function
  • The strcmp function
  • The check function
  • The atoi function
  • The average function
  • Defining the problem space
  • Readability aids
  • Bit wise operators
  • Bit wise functions
  • Circular shifts
  • Fundamental concepts
  • Aggregate operations
  • String functions
  • Higher Dimensional Arrays
  • Array dimensions
  • An array as an argument to a function
  • Arrays of strings
  • Fundamental concepts
  • Describing a structure
  • Creating structures
  • Operations on structures
  • Functions returning structures
  • Passing structures to functions
  • Pointers to structures
  • Making sense of the p -> member notation
  • Structures vs structure pointers
  • Array of structures
  • Functions returning pointer to structure
  • typedef - New name for an existing type
  • typedef with structures
  • Header files for structure applications
  • Bit fields
  • Unions
  • Non-homogeneous arrays
  • Enumeration types
  • System calls vs library calls
  • Opening disk files
  • Access modes
  • Errors in opening files
  • i/o library calls
  • Example: copying a file
  • Character input vs line input
  • Motivation for the scanf function
  • scanf and variants
  • printf variants
  • Closing files fclose
  • Servicing errors – errno
  • if statement
  • if else statement
  • while loop
  • for loop
  • Endless loops
  • do while loop
  • break and continue statements
  • switch statement
  • else if
  • #define
  • Writing macros
  • #include
  • #ifdef
  • #ifndef
  • Compiling over several files
  • Function scope
  • File scope
  • Program scope
  • Local static
  • resister and extern
  • Fundamentals C: Just do practicals.

    Course Content-2

  • Object files
  • Libraries
  • The C loader
  • Header files
  • Fundamental concepts
  • Pointer operators and operations
  • Changing an argument with a function call
  • Pointer arithmetic
  • Traversing arrays with a pointer
  • Traversing strings with a pointer
  • String functions with pointers
  • Relationship between array and pointer
  • The pointer notation *p++
  • Dynamic storage allocation - malloc
  • Functions returning a pointer
  • Initialization of pointers
  • gets - A Function returning a pointer
  • An array of character pointers
  • Pointer to pointer
  • Command line arguments (CLA) - rationale
  • CLA: Pointer expressions
  • The environment pointer
  • Accessing characters on the command line
  • Practice with pointers
  • Changing a pointer through a function call
  • Pointer to a function
  • Uses of pointers to functions
  • The stat function
  • File existence
  • Telling time - time
  • ctime
  • localtime
  • A data base application
  • the main function
  • the menu function
  • create_db function - fwrite
  • print_db function - fread
  • fseek
  • retrieve_db function
  • fflush and ftell
  • strstr - Is one string a substring
  • strchr, strrchr - Is a char in a string
  • system - Execute a command line command
  • strtok - Tokenize a string
  • strspn, strcspn - Verify string content
  • Math functions
  • Character testing functions
  • Important header files
  • printf formats
  • C reserved words
  • Conversion
  • Precedence charts
  • .

    Array

    85%

    Functions

    75

    Flow control

    95%

    Structures

    65%

    WHAT IS MICROSOFT .NET

    LEARN MICROSOFT .NET

    Microsoft .NET (pronounced "dot net") is a software component that runs on the Windows operating system. .NET provides tools and libraries that enable developers to create Windows software much faster and easier. .NET benefits end-users by providing applications of higher capability, quality and security. The .NET Framework must be installed on a user's PC to run .NET applications.

    This is how Microsoft describes it: ".NET is the Microsoft Web services strategy to connect information, people, systems, and devices through software. Integrated across the Microsoft platform, .NET technology provides the ability to quickly build, deploy, manage, and use connected, security-enhanced solutions with Web services. .NET-connected solutions enable businesses to integrate their systems more rapidly and in a more agile manner and help them realize the promise of information anytime, anywhere, on any device.

    Microsoft .Net Framework is a platform that provides tools and technologies you need to build Networked Applications as well as Distributed Web Services and Web Applications. The .Net Framework provides the necessary compile time and run-time foundation to build and run any language that conforms to the Common Language Specification (CLS).The main two components of .Net Framework are Common Language Runtime (CLR) and .Net Framework Class Library (FCL).

    The Common Language Runtime (CLR) is the runtime environment of the .Net Framework , that executes and manages all running code like a Virtual Machine. The .Net Framework Class Library (FCL) is a huge collection of language-independent and type-safe reusable classes. The .Net Framework Class Libraries (FCL) are arranged into a logical grouping according to their functionality and usability is called Namespaces.

    The .NET Framework's Base Class Library provides user interface, data access, database connectivity, cryptography, web application development, numeric algorithms, and network communications. Programmers produce software by combining their own source code with the .NET Framework and other libraries. The .NET Framework is intended to be used by most new applications created for the Windows platform. Microsoft also produces a popular integrated development environment largely for .NET software called Visual Studio..

    Before going through .NET live project training candidate should have knowledge of given concepts listed below:

    Basic Skills

  • Student should have good knowledge of HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
  • Knowledge of C languages .
  • Sql.
  • Knowledge of object oriented languages(C#, C++ etc)
  • Benefits of Courses

    What will u Become

    • Website Developer
    • Web Services Developer
    • Ease of Use
    • Web Application Developer
    • No HTML Editing or FTP Software Required
    • Search Engines Love WordPress Sites
    • Explain how to create dynamic Web pages by using ASP.NET
    • Create a user interface on an ASP.NET page by using standard Web server controls.
    • Manage state, handle requests, and improve accessibility by using the features of ASP.NET .
    • Access and manipulate data from Windows Communication Foundation services or Web services
    • Your Site Can Grow as Your Business Grows

    MICROSOFT .NET: Just do practicals.

    Course Content

  • Overview of the .NET Framework
  • How .NET is Different from Traditional Programming
  • Common Language Runtime (CLR)
  • Common Language Specification (CLS)
  • Common Type System (CTS)
  • .NET Assemblies
  • Common Language Specification (CLS)
  • Common Type System (CTS)
  • .NET Assemblies
  • .NET Namespaces
  • .NET Framework Class Library
  • C# Program Structure
  • Defining Namespaces
  • Understanding C# Data Types
  • Defining Variables and Constants
  • Comparing Value Types versus Reference Types
  • Working with Operators and Expressions
  • Performing Type Conversions
  • Using Console I/O
  • Formatting Numbers, Date and Times
  • Defining Static and Instance Functions
  • Passing Parameters by value and by reference
  • Overloading Functions
  • Optional Parameters
  • Using Variable Length Parameter Lists
  • Defining and Using Arrays
  • Understanding System.Array
  • Using .NET Collections
  • Working with ArrayLists and Hashtables
  • Working with Lists and Dictionaries
  • Introducing LINQ
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    MICROSOFT .NET: Just do practicals.

    Course ContenT-2

  • Overview of ASP.NET 4.0
  • Understanding Client-Side vs. Server-Side Execution
  • Working with Web Forms
  • Understanding ASP.NET Application Folders
  • Using Web.config
  • Working with HTML Controls
  • Working with Web Controls
  • Creating Controls at Runtime
  • Defining and Using Custom User Controls
  • Understanding the ASP.NET Validation Controls
  • Performing Client-Side Validation
  • Performing Server-Side Validation
  • Using the Regular Expression Validator
  • Customizing Validation
  • Working with Validation Groups
  • Understanding why the Web is Stateless
  • Maintaining State within ASP.NET Applications
  • Using the Application Object
  • Using the Session Object
  • Using the ViewState Object
  • Reading and Writing Cookies
  • Using the Query String
  • Understanding XML and XML Schemas
  • Reading XML Data with a DataSet
  • Writing XML Data with a DataSet
  • Understanding the ASP.NET 4.0 Security Models
  • Authenticating Users
  • Authorization User Requests
  • Using the ASP.NET Login Controls
  • Using the ASP.NET Web Site Administration Tool
  • Overview of ASP.NET Deployment Options
  • Using Copy Web Site Tool
  • Using Publish Web Site Tool
  • Using Web Setup Projects
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    MICROSOFT .NET: Just do practicals.

    Course Content-3

  • Conceptual Overview about Ajax Technology
  • Using Asp.net Ajax Control Toolkits
  • Using Server Side Asp.Net Ajax
  • Using Client Side Asp.Net Ajax
  • Client-Side JavaScript programming
  • Microsoft Client Library for Ajax
  • Remote method calls with ASP.NET Ajax
  • Generics, Delegates, Anonymous Methods, Enumerartors&Yeild
  • Local Type Interface, Lamda Expressions
  • Extension Methods, Object Initialization Expressions
  • Anonymous Types, Query Expressions
  • LINQ Queries
  • Query Operators
  • Conversion Operators
  • LINQ to SQL, DataSet, Entities
  • LINQ to XML API
  • LINQ to XML Queries
  • Architecture of WCF
  • Project Template of WCF
  • WCF Composition
  • Building a WCF Service
  • Hosting a WCF Service
  • WCF Client Application building
  • WPF in ASP.NET 4.0
  • WPF / E – Every Where Concept
  • SilverLight and Media
  • Working with JavaScript
  • Client-side Programming SilverLight
  • Server-side Programming SilverLight
  • XAML [Extensible Application Markup Language]
  • Developing SilverLight Pages with Visual Studio 2010 or Microsoft Blend
  • Introduction
  • The magic dollar sign ($) and a chain of operations
  • jQuery Selectors
  • Document.Ready()
  • ASP .NET and JQuery
  • Consuming ASP .NET web services using jQuery
  • JSON serialized web service
  • Consuming a web service using ASP .NET AJAX
  • Consuming a web service using jQuery
  • Client Templating
  • How to use jTemplate
  • ASP .NET client templating engine
  • Calling a page method from jQuery
  • Setting Profiles
  • Creating a Project
  • Using the Code Editor
  • Setting Project Properties
  • Adding References
  • Compiling a Program
  • Running a Program
  • Debugging a Program
  • Using the MSDN (Help)
  • if/else
  • switch
  • while and do/while
  • while and do/while
  • for
  • foreach
  • What are Exceptions?
  • .NET Exception Hierarchy
  • Catching Exceptions
  • Throwing Exceptions
  • Managing Resources with Finally
  • Overview of Object-Oriented Programming
  • Defining and Using Classes
  • Extending .NET Classes via Inheritance
  • Defining and Implementing Interfaces
  • Understanding the Role of Interfaces in .NET
  • Working With Enumerations
  • Building ASP.NET Pages
  • Using Page Directives
  • Working with the Code-Behind Model
  • Understanding the Life-cycle of a Web Form
  • Handling Page Events
  • Understanding the Event Driven Programming Model
  • Writing Event Handlers
  • Understanding PostBack versus Non-PostBack Events
  • Sharing Event Handlers between Events
  • Using Global.asax
  • Understanding the Master Page Architecture
  • Designing a Master Page
  • Designing Content Pages
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    Course Content-4

  • Understanding the ADO.NET Object Model
  • Connected vs. Disconnected Access
  • Using a Connection to Connect to a Data Source
  • Using a Command to Execute Queries and Stored Procedures
  • Using a DataReader to Work with Cursors
  • Using the DataSet with Disconnected Data
  • Using DataAdapters with DataSets
  • Understanding ASP.NET Data Binding
  • Examining ASP.NET Data Bound Controls
  • Using the ListBox Control
  • Using the GridView Control
  • Using the DetailsView Control
  • Using the FormView Control
  • Overview of Web Services
  • Creating a Web Service
  • Using WSDL and Proxy Classes
  • Consuming a Web Service
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    Web Development

    85%

    Software development

    75

    application development

    95%

    database development

    65%

    WHAT IS ANDROID

    ANDROID DEVELOPMENT

    Android is a software stack for mobile devices that includes an operating system, middleware and key applications. Java is an Object Oriented, Platform Independent, Distributed and Robust programming language that provides the facility of developing console applications, windows applications, web applications, mobile applications and web services. The Android SDK provides the tools and APIs necessary to begin developing applications on the Android platform using the Java programming language. Android can Run Multiple Apps at the Same Time. Android has is a customizable home screen which keeps active widgets right at your fingertips, always accessible and always visible – without having to launch an application first.

    Before going through Java With Android live project training candidate should have knowledge of given concepts listed below:

    Basic Skills

  • Student should have good knowledge of a modern, object oriented language such as Core Java, C#, C++.
  • Methods, functions, object oriented concepts should be cleared.
  • Should have good knowledge of Java programming and basic knowledge of using Eclipse as a Java development environment..
  • Benefits of Courses

    What will u Become

    • Mobile Application Developer
    • Android Developer

    Fundamentals ANDROID: Just do practicals.

    Course Content

  • What is java?
  • Object oriented programming
  • Internet programming
  • Platform Independency
  • Internet Security
  • C,C++ VS Java
  • OOPs concept , its properties and uses
  • Defining methods and variables in java
  • Class Member and instance members
  • Java First Program
  • Role of Constructor
  • Use of Final Keywords
  • Memory Management Using Garbage collector
  • Overloading and Overriding
  • Use of this and supper Keywords
  • Inheritance
  • Dynamic Binding and Static Binding
  • Runtime Polymorphism and its Power
  • Abstract class and Interfaces
  • Inner / Nested classes and its uses
  • Views
  • Layouts
  • Introduction of Package
  • Programs related to Packages
  • Scope of Access Modifiers
  • Introduction of exception and Error
  • Throwable class
  • try, catch and finally blocks
  • throw and throws Kewords
  • Chacked and Unchacked Exception
  • User Define Exception
  • What is Program, Process, Thread
  • Multiprocessing, multithreading and Multitasking
  • Use of sleep() and suspend Methods
  • Integrated Thread Synchronization
  • Use of wait(), noitify() and notifyAll() Mwthods
  • String class
  • StringBuffer class
  • StringBuilder class
  • StringTokenizer class
  • Styling of Views
  • Using Themes for styling Activities
  • Extending Android themes (Holo)
  • ListView
  • ListActivity
  • Defining List Adapter
  • Performance Optimization
  • Preferences
  • File and Access restrictions
  • Permissions
  • Androids security concept
  • Using Permissions
  • Defining Permissions
  • Apache HTTP Client
  • REST
  • JSON
  • XML
  • Multitasking
  • User Interface Updates via Threads
  • Androids Limits - Application Not Responding
  • Using Handler for message communication
  • Using AsyncTask
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    Fundamentals ANDROID: Just do practicals.

    Course Content-2

  • Using the SQLite Database in Android
  • utlook: Using and defining ContentProvider
  • Outlook: Loader
  • Android System Services, AlertManager, VibratorManager, etc
  • Outlook: Definition of own Services
  • Definition of a BroadcastReceiver
  • Registration of own BroadcastReceiver
  • Using the NotificationManager
  • NotificationBuilder
  • Rich Notifications
  • Defining custom Views
  • Canvas API
  • View state persistence
  • Location based Services
  • Google Maps
  • Map-Overlays
  • Geocoding / Reverse Geocoding
  • Using GPS, Wifi, ...
  • RemoteViews and PendingIntents
  • Updates with a fixed time interval
  • Updates with Services
  • AccelerometerRemoteViews and PendingIntents
  • Orientation
  • Camera
  • Playing and recording audio
  • Playing and recording video
  • Apache Ant
  • Maven
  • Overview Android testing
  • Android Test ProjectUpdates with a fixed time interval
  • Using Robotium
  • Using Robolectric
  • Overview Fragments
  • Multi-Pane Layouts with Fragments
  • Designing layouts for tablets and phones
  • Deployment Option
  • Markets (Google Play / Amazon)
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    Development

    85%

    REST

    75

    JSON

    95%

    AJAX

    65%

    INFO ABOUT AAD

    ANDROID APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT

    Android is a software stack for mobile devices that includes an operating system, middleware and key applications. Android contains an operating system based on the Linux kernel, required middleware and some essential applications. Android platform was initially developed by Android Inc. The Android SDK provides the tools and APIs necessary to begin developing applications on the Android platform using the Java programming language. Android can Run Multiple Apps at the Same Time. Android has is a customizable home screen which keeps active widgets right at your fingertips, always accessible and always visible – without having to launch an application first.

    You need to mastered the Android SDK and can effortlessly use in developing the applications . So, right now android is becoming very good platform for IT professionals who want to switch their career and as well as fresher can get the job easily in IT industry.

    Before going through AAD live project training candidate should have knowledge of given concepts listed below:

    Basic Skills

  • Student should have good knowledge of a modern, object oriented language such as Core Java, C#, C++..
  • Methods, functions, object oriented concepts should be cleared.
  • Should have good knowledge of Java programming and basic knowledge of using Eclipse as a Java development environment.
  • Benefits of Courses

    What will u Become

    • Android Developer
    • Mobile Application Developer

    FUNDAMENTALS ANDROID DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION.

    Course Content

  • System architecture of Android
  • Activities
  • Android Components
  • Android Manifest
  • Installation of the Android Development Tools (ADT)
  • Creating Android projects
  • Defining Devices, Emulator and Images
  • Views
  • Layouts
  • Accessing widgets in Activities
  • View interactionLayouts
  • Screen sizes and Densities
  • Using device independent pixel (dp)
  • Converting between pixels and dp
  • Intents
  • IntentFilter
  • Defining Activities
  • Activity stack
  • o ActionBar vs. OptionMenu
  • o Defining an ActionBar menu
  • o Custom Views in the ActionBar
  • o Contextual action mode
  • Styling of Views
  • Using Themes for styling Activities
  • Extending Android themes (Holo)
  • ListView
  • ListActivity
  • Defining List Adapter
  • Performance Optimization
  • Preferences
  • File and Access restrictions
  • Permissions
  • .

    FUNDAMENTALS ANDROID DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION.

    Course Content-2

  • Androids security concept
  • Using Permissions
  • Defining Permissions
  • Apache HTTP Client
  • REST
  • JSON
  • XML
  • Multitasking
  • User Interface Updates via Threads
  • Androids Limits - Application Not Responding
  • Using Handler for message communication
  • Using AsyncTask
  • Using the SQLite Database in Android
  • utlook: Using and defining ContentProvider
  • Outlook: Loader
  • Android System Services, AlertManager, VibratorManager, etc
  • Outlook: Definition of own Services
  • Definition of a BroadcastReceiver
  • Registration of own BroadcastReceiver
  • Using the NotificationManager
  • NotificationBuilder
  • Rich Notifications
  • FUNDAMENTALS ANDROID DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION.

    Course Content-3

  • Defining custom Views
  • Canvas API
  • View state persistence
  • Location based Services
  • Google Maps
  • Map-Overlays
  • Geocoding / Reverse Geocoding
  • Using GPS, Wifi, ...
  • RemoteViews and PendingIntents
  • Updates with a fixed time interval
  • Updates with Services
  • AccelerometerRemoteViews and PendingIntents
  • Orientation
  • Camera
  • Playing and recording audio
  • Playing and recording video
  • Apache Ant
  • Maven
  • Overview Android testing
  • Android Test ProjectUpdates with a fixed time interval
  • Using Robotium
  • Using Robolectric
  • Overview Fragments
  • Multi-Pane Layouts with Fragments
  • Designing layouts for tablets and phones
  • Deployment Option
  • Markets (Google Play / Amazon)
  • ANDROID ARCHITECTURE

    85%

    Android User Interfaces

    75

    File based Persistence

    95%

    SQLite

    65%

    INFO :CCNA

    NETWORKING CCNA

    CCNA stands for Cisco Certified Network Associate certification. Once you get this certification you are regarded as skilled professional who can easily work on computer networks of a medium size. Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) validates the ability to install, configure, operate, and troubleshoot medium-size route and switched networks, including implementation and verification of connections to remote sites in a WAN.

    CCNA curriculum includes basic mitigation of security threats, introduction to wireless networking concepts and terminology, and performance-based skills. The CCNA certification (Cisco Certified Network Associate) indicates a foundation in and apprentice knowledge of networking. CCNA certified professionals can install, configure, and operate LAN, WAN, and dial access services for small networks (100 nodes or fewer), including but not limited to use of these protocols: IP, IGRP, Serial, Frame Relay, IP RIP, VLANs, RIP, Ethernet, Access Lists. CCNA targets a wide audience of both students and professionals in IT and computer science background.

    Cisco CCNA is for those who are interested in gaining technical knowledge of Internet and Networking. This can help start a good career in the Networking industry. CCNA certification is a foundation level certification to build a future in Computer Networking. CCNA is a pre-requisite for many of the advanced level certifications offered by Cisco. You can become an expert or professional by taking the other courses offered by Cisco the CCNP and CCIE. Those in the industry and who need a certification on configuring LAN/WAN can opt for this course. It covers a variety of Protocols like IP, IGRP, Serial, Frame Relay, IP RIP, CLAN's, RIP, Ethernet and Access Lists.

    Before going through CCNA live project training candidate should have knowledge of given concepts listed below:

    Basic Skills

  • Strong Knowledge of Hardware
  • Basic knowledge of N+(Networking).
  • Benefits of Courses

    What will u Become

    • Cisco Network Engineer
    • Networking Engineer

    FUNDAMENTALS CCNA.

    Course Content

  • Basic networking concepts
  • The OSI model
  • Network adapters
  • Introducing protocols
  • Network cabling and devices
  • Internetworking components
  • Remote and WAN connectivity
  • Troubleshooting hardware components
  • TCP/IP fundamentals
  • TCP/IP addressing and subnetting
  • Name resolution
  • Firewalls and proxies
  • Troubleshooting network connectivity
  • Identifying network operating system features
  • Network clients
  • Directory services
  • Accessing and managing resources in a Windows network
  • Monitoring and troubleshooting a Windows server
  • Managing and troubleshooting NetWare network resources
  • Fault tolerance and disaster recovery
  • Routine maintenance
  • Troubleshooting
  • Installing NetWare 6.5
  • Installing Windows Server 2003
  • FUNDAMENTALS CCNA.

    Course Content-2

  • Introduction to Networking
  • Networking Fundamentals
  • Networking Media
  • Cable Testing
  • Cabling Lans and Wans
  • Ethernet Fundamentals
  • Ethernet Technologies
  • Ethernet Switching
  • TCP/IP Protocol Suite and IP Addressing
  • Routing Fundamentals and Subnets
  • TCO/IP Transport and Application Layer
  • Wans and Routers
  • Introduction to Routers
  • Configuring a Router
  • Learning about other Devices
  • Managing Cisco IOS Software
  • Routing and Routing Protocols
  • Distance Vector Routing Protocols
  • TCP/IP Suit Error and Control Messages
  • Basic Router Troubleshooting
  • Intermediate TCP/IP
  • Acces Control Lists (ACLS)
  • Introduction to Classless Routing
  • Single-Area OSPF
  • EIGRP
  • Switching Concepts
  • Switches
  • Switch Configuration
  • Virtual Lans
  • Virtual Trunking Protocol
  • Scaling IP Addresses
  • Wan Technologies
  • PPP
  • ISDN and DDR
  • Frame Relay
  • Introduction to Network Administration
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    Development

    85%

    CONFIGURATION

    75

    TROUBLESHOOT

    95%

    PROTOCOLS

    65%

    what is c++

    C++ Programming

    C++ is a statically typed, free-form, multi-paradigm, compiled, general-purpose programming language. It is regarded as an intermediate-level language, as it comprises a combination of both high-level and low-level language features. C++ is an "object oriented" programming language created by Bjarne Stroustrup and released in 1985. It implements "data abstraction" using a concept called "classes", along with other features to allow object-oriented programming.

    Parts of the C++ program are easily reusable and extensible ; existing code is easily modifiable without actually having to change the code. C++ adds a concept called "operator overloading" not seen in the earlier OOP languages and it makes the creation of libraries much cleaner. The language began as enhancements to C, first adding classes, then virtual functions, operator overloading, multiple inheritance, templates, and exception handling among other features. C++ was designed for the UNIX system environment, it represents an enhancement of the C programming language and enables programmers to improve the quality of code produced, thus making reusable code easier to write.

    C++ is one of the most popular programming languages with application domains including systems software, application software, device drivers, embedded software, high-performance server and client applications, and entertainment software such as video games. C++ is also used for hardware design, where the design is initially described in C++, then analyzed, architecturally constrained, and scheduled to create a register-transfer level hardware description language via high-level synthesis.

    Before going through C++ live project training candidate should have knowledge of given concepts listed below:

    Basic Skills

  • Strong Knowledge C Programming .
  • Basic knowledge of Programming Structure
  • Basic knowledge programming Algorithm .
  • Benefits of Courses

    What will u Become

    • C++ Developer
    • C++ Programmer

    Fundamentals C++: Just do practicals.

    Course Content-1

  • How C became
  • Getting to know the GNU C compiler
  • The basic anatomy of a C program
  • Base data types and their sizes
  • Constants and declarations
  • Variable names
  • Arithmetic operators
  • Relational and logical operators
  • Increment and decrement operators
  • Increment and decrement operators
  • Assignment operators
  • Expressions
  • Operator precedence
  • Casting and type conversion
  • if - elset
  • switch
  • while , do-while and for-loops
  • Statements and blocks
  • Functions and function prototypes
  • Returning values from functions
  • External variables and scope rules
  • Static variables
  • call by value and recursion
  • Pointers and addresses
  • Pointers as arguments to functions
  • Arrays
  • The relationship of pointers and arrays
  • Pointer arithmetic
  • How C deals with multi-dimensional arrays
  • Arrays of pointers - their uses and initialisation
  • Strings and string functions
  • Fundamentals of structures
  • Passing structures as arguments to functions
  • Returning structures as return values from functions
  • Arrays of structures
  • Pointers to structures
  • Using pointers to structures to pass values to a function and return values from a function
  • Typedef and its uses in developing well structured and maintainable code
  • Standard input and standard output
  • Formatted output - printf
  • Formatted input - scanf
  • The dangers of scanf
  • File access and file I/O
  • An overview of input-output in a windowing environment
  • The MACRO pre-processor and how to use it wisely
  • Unions
  • Bit fields
  • Date and Time functions in the C Standard Library
  • Diagnostics- the assert macro
  • .

    Fundamentals C++: Just do practicals.

    Course Content-2

  • INHERITANCE
  • Polymorphismnd Updating Records
  • Some Remarks about Programming
  • The Origins of C++
  • ANSI C++
  • The C++ Programming Environment in UNIX
  • An Example C++ Program
  • Very Simple Input, Output and Assignment
  • Simple Flow of Control
  • Preliminary Remarks about Program Style
  • Variables, Types and Expressions
  • Integers
  • Real numbers
  • Type Casting
  • Characters
  • Strings
  • User Defined Data Types
  • Enumerations
  • Where to put Constant and Variable Declarations
  • Shorthand Arithmetic Assignment Statements
  • Boolean Expressions and Operators
  • Constructors, Assignment, and Destructor
  • Templates
  • The Need for Sub-programs
  • User-defined Functions
  • Value and Reference Parameters
  • Functions which use Value Parameters are Safe
  • Polymorphism and Overloading
  • Procedural Abstraction and Good Programming Style
  • Splitting Programs into Different Files
  • Why Use Files?
  • Streams
  • Creating Streams
  • Connecting and Disconnecting Streams to Files
  • .

    Fundamentals C++: Just do practicals.

    Course Content-3

  • Checking for Failure with File Commands
  • Character Input and Output
  • Input using "get()"
  • Output using "put()"
  • The "putback()" Function
  • Checking for the End of an Input File
  • Streams as Arguments in Functions
  • Input and Output Using ">>" and "<<"
  • Boolean Values, Expressions and Functions
  • "For", "While" and "Do ... While" Loops
  • Multiple Selection and Switch Statements
  • Blocks and Scoping
  • A Remark about Nested Loop Statements
  • The Basic Idea and Notation
  • Declaring an array
  • Assignment Statements and Expressions with Array Elements
  • Arrays as Parameters in Functions
  • Sorting Arrays
  • Two-dimensional Arrays
  • Strings
  • The Sentinel String Character '\0'
  • String Variable Declarations and Assignments
  • Some Predefined String Functions
  • String Input using "getline()"
  • Introducing Pointers
  • Declaring Pointers
  • Assignments with Pointers Using the Operators "*" and "&"
  • The "new" and "delete" operators, and the constant "NULL"
  • Array Variables and Pointer Arithmetic
  • Dynamic Arrays
  • Automatic and Dynamic Variables
  • Linked Lists
  • The "." and "->" Operators
  • Creating a Linked List
  • Printing a Linked List
  • The Basic Idea
  • A Simple Example
  • The Mechanics of a Recursive Call
  • Recursion and Iteration
  • Recursive Data Structures
  • Quick Sort - A Recursive Procedure for Sorting
  • .

    Fundamentals C++: Just do practicals.

    Course Content-4

  • Sorting arrays of records
  • Allocating and freeing memory (malloc and free)
  • Linked lists and queues
  • Indexing (table lookup, binary trees, hashing)
  • Hash function
  • Address calculation techniques, Common hashing functions
  • Collision resolution
  • Linear probing, Quadratic
  • Double hashing
  • Bucket hashing
  • Deletion and rehashing
  • Stacks: LIFO structure, create, POP, PUSH, delete stack
  • Queues: FIFO structure Priority Queues, Circular Queues, operations on Queues
  • Linear List Concept
  • List v/s Array, Internal pointer & External pointer, head, tail of a list, Null list, length of a list
  • Linked Lists
  • Nodes, Linked List Data Structure
  • Nodes, Linked List Data Structure
  • Linked Lists algorithms
  • Create List
  • Insert Node (empty list, beginning, Middle, end)
  • Search list
  • Retrieve Node, add node, Remove node, Print List
  • Append Linked List, array of Linked Lists
  • Header nodes
  • Circularly-Linked List
  • Doubly Linked List
  • Insertion, Deletion
  • Multilinked Lists
  • Insertion, Deletion
  • Binary Treesinked List
  • Travesals (breadth-first, depth-first)
  • Expression Trees
  • (Infix, Prefix, Postfix Traversals)
  • General Trees
  • Search Trees
  • Binary Search Trees
  • Structure
  • Basic algorithms – ReheapUp, ReheapDown, Build heap, Insert, Delete
  • M-way search trees
  • B-Trees
  • Insertion (Insert node, Search node, Split node, Insert entry)
  • Deletion (Node delete, Delete entry, Delete mid, ReFlow, Balance, Combine)
  • Traverse B-Tree
  • B-Tree Search
  • Structure
  • Basic algorithms – ReheapUp, ReheapDown, Build heap, Insert, Delete
  • M-way search trees
  • B-Trees
  • Deletion (Node delete, Delete entry, Delete mid, ReFlow, Balance, Combine)
  • Traverse B-Tree
  • M-way search trees
  • B-Tree Search
  • Terminology
  • Operations (Add vertex, Delete Vertex, Add Edge, Delete Edge, Find Vertex)
  • Traverse Graph (Depth-First, Breadth-First)
  • Graph Storage Structures (Adjacency Matrix, Adjacency List)
  • Networks
  • Minimum Spanning Tree
  • Shortest Path Algorithm
  • (Dijkstra's algorithm, Kruskal's algorithm, Prim's algorithm, Warshall's algorithm)
  • .

    Class & objects

    85%

    Inheritance

    75

    polymorphism

    95%

    encapsulation

    65%

    WHAT IS ES

    EMBEDDED SYSTEM

    Embedded systems are involved in almost every facet of modern life. All modern luxury equipments like Digital Cameras, Mobile Phones, GPS Devices, Cars, Bikes, Televisions, DVD Players, Video Games, Pagers, PDAs, Answering Machines, Microwave Ovens, Network Routers, Fax Machines, Music Synthesizers, Planes, Spacecraft, and Boats are some of the examples of Embedded Systems.

    Late model cars may contain as many as 65 embedded microprocessors, controlling such tasks as Antilock braking, climate control, engine control, audio system control, airbag deployment etc.

    Logic analyzers and digital storage oscilloscopes utilize embedded processors to support real-time operation. Even PCs, which are designed around powerful CPU such as the Intel Pentium 4, contain embedded systems. Floppy and hard disk drives, CD-RW and DVD-ROM drives, and external peripherals such as printers, scanners, and other SCSI, USB, or IEEE 1394 devices all contain embedded processors.

    In a particular year, microprocessor manufacturers sold on the order of 100 million processors for use as computer CPUs. In comparison, during the same time frame, microprocessor manufacturers sold more than 3 billion embedded processors, primarily consisting of 32-bit, 16-bit, 8-bit, and 4-bit devices.

    The tremendous number of applications for embedded computing has given rise to high demand for engineers with experience in designing and implementing embedded systems.

    Before going through ES live project training candidate should have knowledge of given concepts listed below:

    Basic Skills

  • Basic Knowledge of Hardware
  • Microcontroller and microprocessor Architecture
  • Assembly language Programming
  • Microprocessor peripherals
  • Digital Design
  • C programming
  • Electronics Design
  • Computer Organization
  • Compilers, Assemblers, Linkers, Operating Systems
  • Analog Design
  • Benefits of Courses

    What will u Become

    • Chip Enginear
    • Assembly Language Developer
    • Embedded System Expert

    Embedded System.

    Course Content

  • Overview of Processors & Microcontrollers
  • Memory (RAM, ROM, EPROM, EEPROM, FLASH)
  • I/O Interfaces
  • Host & Target Development environment
  • Cross Compilers
  • Downloading Techniques
  • Architecture
  • Addressing modes
  • Instruction Set
  • Assembly and C Language Programming
  • Architecture
  • Addressing modes
  • Instruction Set
  • C Language Programming
  • Architecture
  • Addressing modes
  • Instruction Set
  • C Language Programming
  • Architecture
  • Addressing modes
  • Instruction Set
  • C Language Programming
  • Floor Planning and Placement
  • Routing Connections
  • Auto Routing
  • High Speed Constraints
  • Design Verification
  • Generating Reports
  • Printing and Plotting the Design
  • Generating Manufacturing Files
  • Embedded System.

    Course Content-2

  • Data types and Constants
  • Simple & Formatted I/O
  • Memory Usage
  • Operators & Expressions
  • Flow Control
  • Loops
  • Role of Functions
  • Pass by value / reference
  • Returning values from Functions
  • Recursive Functions
  • Call Back Functions
  • Implications on Stack
  • Library Vs User defined function
  • Passing variable number of arguments
  • Defining, initializing and using arrays
  • Multi Dimensional Arrays
  • Arrays of Characters and Strings
  • Arrays and Pointers
  • Passing arrays to functions
  • String handling with and without library functions
  • Scope and Life
  • Automatic, Static, External, Register
  • Memory(CPU / RAM)
  • What structures are for
  • Declaration, initialization
  • Accessing like objects
  • Nested Structures
  • Array of Structures
  • Passing structures through functions
  • Allocation of memory and holes
  • Structure Comparison
  • Structure bit operation
  • Typedef for portability
  • Unions
  • Overlapping members
  • AND ( & ), OR ( | ), XOR ( ^ )
  • Compliment ( ~ )
  • Left-Shift ( << ), Right Shift ( >> )
  • Masking, Setting, Clearing and Testing of Bit / Bits
  • The purpose of pointers
  • efining pointers
  • The & and * operators
  • Pointer Assignment
  • Pointer Arithmetic
  • Multiple indirections
  • Advanced pointer types
  • Generic and Null Pointer
  • Function Pointers
  • Pointers to Arrays and Strings
  • Array of Pointers
  • Pointers to Structure and Union
  • Pointers to Dynamic memory
  • Far, Near and Huge Pointers
  • Pointer Type Casting
  • Embedded System.

    Course Content-3

  • Embedded Systems Design Issues
  • Challenges and Trends in Embedded Systems
  • Assemblers, Compilers, Linkers, Loaders, Debuggers
  • Profilers and Test Coverage Tools
  • Utilities like make, ranlib, obj copy and obj dump
  • Configuring and Building GNU Cross-Tool chain
  • Building RTOS / EOS Image for Target Hardware
  • Porting RTOS and Embedded Operating Systems
  • Writing Time and Space Sensitive Programs
  • Writing Device Drivers
  • Interrupt Handling in C
  • Combining C with Assembly
  • Current events and emerging technologies
  • LEDs
  • Switches
  • DC Motor
  • Stepper Motor
  • Servo Motors
  • Relay
  • Real Time Clock
  • ADC
  • DAC
  • Temperature Sensor
  • Humidity Sensor
  • Pressure Sensor
  • IR Sensor
  • Ultrasonic Sensor
  • RF Modules
  • I Button
  • RF Card
  • Serial Communication
  • LCD
  • Graphical LCD
  • Color LCD
  • DTMF
  • Introduction to OS
  • Process Management and Inter Process Communication
  • Memory management
  • I/O subsystem
  • File System Organization
  • POSIX Thread Programming
  • Introduction to Real-Time / Embedded Operating Systems
  • Real Time Scheduling
  • Performance Metrics of RTOS
  • Linux and RTLinux Internals
  • Programming in Linux and RTLinux
  • Configuring and Compiling RTLinux
  • Overview of other RTOS / EOS
  • Business Communication
  • Written Communication
  • Email Communication
  • Client Interaction
  • Team Building
  • Leadership Skills
  • Technical Writing
  • LED based Game
  • Line Follower Robot
  • Home Automation
  • Street Light Controller
  • AVR Microcontroller

    85%

    PIC Microcontroller

    75

    ARM Processors

    95%

    Embedded System Programming

    65%

    WHAT IS CC

    LEARN CLOUD COMPUTING

    Cloud computing is a technology that uses the internet and central remote servers to maintain data and applications. Cloud computing allows consumers and businesses to use applications without installation and access their personal files at any computer with internet access. This technology allows for much more efficient computing by centralizing storage, memory, processing and bandwidth. A simple example of cloud computing is Yahoo email, Gmail, or Hotmail etc. You dont need a software or a server to use them. All a consumer would need is just an internet connection and you can start sending emails. The server and email management software is all on the cloud ( internet) and is totally managed by the cloud service provider Yahoo , Google etc.

    The term cloud computing probably comes from (at least partly) the use of a cloud image to represent the Internet or some large networked environment. We don't care much what's in the cloud or what goes on there except that we depend on reliably sending data to and receiving data from it. Cloud computing is now associated with a higher level abstraction of the cloud. Instead of there being data pipes, routers and servers, there are now services. The underlying hardware and software of networking is of course still there but there are now higher level service capabilities available used to build applications. Behind the services are data and compute resources. A user of the service doesn't necessarily care about how it is implemented, what technologies are used or how it's managed. Only that there is access to it and has a level of reliability necessary to meet the application requirements. The consumer gets to use the software alone and enjoy the benefits.

    Cloud computing is the delivery of computing as a service rather than a product, whereby shared resources, software, and information are provided to computers and other devices as a metered service over a network (typically the Internet). Cloud computing comes into focus only when you think about what IT always needs: a way to increase capacity or add capabilities on the fly without investing in new infrastructure, training new personnel, or licensing new software. Cloud computing encompasses any subscription-based or pay-per-use service that, in real time over the Internet, extends IT's existing capabilities. Likely they will be around in usage for quit a while to come. But Cloud computing has become the new buzz word driven largely by marketing and service offerings from big corporate players like Google, IBM and Amazon.

    Before going through CC live project training candidate should have knowledge of given concepts listed below:

    Basic Skills

  • Strong Knowledge of Hardware.
  • Strong knowledge of N+(Networking).
  • Benefits of Courses

    What will u Become

    • Software Engineer Cloud
    • Server and Cloud Computing Enginear
    • Senior Project Manager (Cloud Computing)

    Fundamentals CC: Just do practicals.

    Course Content

  • Defining cloud computing
  • Components of a computing cloud
  • Differentiating types of clouds: public, private, hybrid
  • Delivering services from the cloud
  • Categorizing service types
  • Comparing vendor cloud products: Amazon, Google, Microsoft and others
  • Adopting the Cloud
  • Amazon Cloud Drive
  • Google Drive
  • DropBox
  • Defining virtual machines (servers and workstations)
  • Advantages of deploying Vms
  • VMware Workstation
  • Characterizing SaaS
  • Streamlining administration with centralized installation
  • Optimizing cost and performance with scale on demand
  • Comparing service scenarios
  • Improving collaboration with business productivity tools
  • Simplifying business process creation by integrating existing components
  • Describing Gmail, Webex and Amazon EC2 etc.
  • .

    Fundamentals CC: Just do practicals.

    Course Content-2

  • Exploring the technical foundation for PaaS
  • Specifying the components of PaaS
  • Analyzing vendor PaaS provisions
  • Selecting an appropriate implementation
  • Building services with solution stacks
  • Evaluating the architecture of vendor-specific platforms.
  • Live implantation with Appfog, Windows Azure and Google App Engine.
  • Accessing IaaS
  • Provisioning servers on demand
  • Handling dynamic, Elastic IP and static IP addresses
  • Tools and support for management and monitoring
  • Accessing Amazon AWS management console
  • Recognize AWS Global Infrastructure
  • Security Majors
  • .

    Cloud Storage Service

    85%

    SAAS

    75

    IAAS

    95%

    PAAS

    65%

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