Monday, 25 May 2015


Writing a resume is challenging. You have to work hard on every phrase to effectively describe your achievements, skills, strengths and most importantly your resume objectives statement.
Your resume objectives may include communication skills that could make you valuable as an in-house employee, but also you should tailor your pitch to demonstrate the skills.
This article offers some objectives for resumes.

 To pursue a highly rewarding career, seeking for a job in challenging and healthy work environment where I can utilize my skills and knowledge efficiently for organizational growth.

 To succeed in an environment of growth and excellence and earn a job which provides me job satisfaction and self development and help me achieve personal as well as organizational goals.

 To work in an environment which provides more avenues in the fields of Computer Hardware and Networking.

 To be an astute learner and the best performer in your organization. So that I can build an innovative career in your esteemed organization by using my skills and other significant talents.

 To excel in my field through hard work, research, skills and perseverance. To serve my parents, and my country with the best of my abilities.

 To seek challenging assignment and responsibility, with an opportunity for growth and career advancement as successful achievements.

 To be involved in work where I can utilize skill and creatively involved with system that effectively contributes to the growth of organization.

 To make a sound position in corporate world and work enthusiastically in team to achieve goal of the organization/MNC with devotion and hard work.

 To achieve high carrier growth through a continuous learning process and keep myself dynamic, visionary and competitive with the changing scenario of the world.

 To give my best in my professional pursuit for overall benefit and growth of the company that I serve by facing the challenges. I will show my caliber and gain some experience.

 To obtain professional and financial heights, both for the organization and self, through skill and knowledge and learn from presents as well as establishment also.

 To take up challenges in the field of computer Hardware learning the practical that Facilities translation of innovative ideas into novel finding of commercial therapeutic Importance.

Saturday, 23 May 2015



Oh!! ASPIRATION looks like a big word doesn't it?
Well don't worry aspiration is nothing but the ambition of achieving something.
Preparing a resume is so important for a student as a gun is important for a cop!!
Well compared to other groups the software students have to prepare great resumes to get jobs.
Now lets just know about basic resume.


If i am not wrong half of the people would be laughing by seeing this side heading...
Yes i am laughing too..
Each and everyone of us know what a resume is but think are you writing your resume right?
Is the way of your resume writing correct?
Lets think..
A basic resume is a single page resume and it consists of 
>Mail id
>Carrer objective 
>Current position
>About self

A lot of people get confused with the career objective and ambition/goal.

Career objective can be defined as the short to long term future plan that is your work plan... It may be anything but a perfect objectives may change by time.

Ambition/goal can be defined as your desire to achieve something with parts of aims.An ambition is a life time desire you may have to take leaps but you will achieve it by time.. By completing aims of ambition.

Well if we come to the point then students have less opportunities than other professionals and to impress the interviewer you will be needing a perfect resume

A resume can be judged by seeing the aspirations objectives and also sometimes academics of a student


  1.          To join and work in an environment of growth and excellence and which can provide me job satisfaction and self development and also help me achieve personal as well as organizational goals.
  2.      To give my best in my professional work for overall benefit and growth of the company by my level of hard work. I will show my caliber and gain some experience and also will improve myself day by day.
  3.      To obtain a position of responsibilities that utilizes my skills and experience and keen to work in an environment where I can enrich my knowledge and unlock my potentials and also help others to get to a big position.
  4.         As I am the fresher in this field, I will give my 100% to finish the work. Moreover, I will attempt to know about the various processes which form my job. By doing so, I will be able to make my job more easy through which i can finish task faster. On the other hand, I shall implement my knowledge into the practical world.
  5.          To work in a organization where I can use my skills to achieve the organization objective simultaneously creating new innovative ideas and get conductive environment to Learn and grow.
  6.          To seek challenging software assignments and responsibility with an opportunity for growth and career advancement as well as organization development as a successful achievement.
  7.          I would like to be a part of an software organization where I could use and enhance my knowledge that i gained from my studies and talent for the development of both the organization and myself.
  8.     To enter an impeccable relationship with a software organization of repute which can utilize and inherit talent of the incumbent to the maximum of his knowledge, and to work on a challenging and dynamic project with good amount of freedom and corresponding work responsibility and uniqueness.
  9.           To continuously strive for higher work and achievement in life and establish myself as a perfect and all acceptable challenging developer and forward the success of esteem organization by hard work and acquired skills.
  10.      I can tackle with any technical problem as I have the profound knowledge of software field. I have all technical skills which help me to solve any software problem. I know how to work on various software platforms. I can cope up with my companions. I know my work areas. I know how to discuss on various client deals and I can submit my work completed before the given deadline time.
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These above are the top 10 used aspirations(objectives),Which are commonly used while writing a resume hope this will help you.
Please don't hesitate to comment if any mistakes persist.

Thank you.


Hello everyone.
Hope you all had a good day so far..
Well if you are reading this article,then I am definitely sure that you are worried about facing an interview...
Well you don't need to worry,we are here to help...
OK lets think about it again..
Why do you need to worry and about what?
Yeah right an INTERVIEW... well if you don't get selected then you will not earn which will lead to no money and less everything...
OK now lets get straight to the point...

5 most BASIC skills needed to attend an INTERVIEW

Well hello there again... 
Thinking what is so important to attend an interview?
Think... think...
Yes you got the answer...
It is definitely "YOU".
Feeling confused? ya don't look like that well you knew that already but is it the real you?
Question yourself..

Where is that "YOU". Who was Brave and Confident..

If you think you are still confident,then you will not be reading this article...
That makes a proof that you lost your confidence... And I am sure a person with no confidence can never achieve anything which is important in life,,,

Well confidence is a small issue,you can always boost it up by talking to your close friends or remembering your priced and most hard moments and how you controlled those situations...

Well think about this once,will any professional organization accept a person who doesn't have basic skills to talk?
What if you had an organization and while holding up an interview some random candidate comes in and is totally low on his lingual skills? Will you give him the job?
Absolutely... NO,then think how can you go to request a job... with out good communication skills??
Well rule is rule and rule is for all...
You have to improve and get better in your lingual skills, it can be done easily by reading daily news paper,watching English movies with the help of subtitles,reading famous novels and marking up words that you don't understand and understand them by using a dictionary or ask a friend or just simply search on google...
That would be easy and not embarrassing and also fast way to improve communication skills...

Attitude can be defined as your personal behaviour or the way you act in public and people.. Well we all accept that attitude of a person changes with the time and also with the respective member that is being talked or being behaved.
To get a job you need to control your aspects of your attitude...
Show your stress undertaking skills and prove your strength of solving the problem under stress..
That gives the interviewer a confident feel,that you have a positive attitude and you are also good with controlling your position under stress..
Well you might be thinking,how can I prove my stress taking capabilities with out getting selected..
That is simple in any interview a person is always under stress and if you can control that stress and be with a positive attitude and with a strong will about winning and getting a job that is more than enough of a proof that you are capable of getting a job...

To accept one thing,Attitude can never be changed and all you can do is to control it,shape it but ATTITUDE is your own personality.

Imagine your task is to write a computer program and you are working in a clothing showroom...
Funny right you have no chances to complete your work... so you should and must know about what your work is and what organization you need to work with..
Now-a-days a lot of students and people study something and work for something else.
Well that is the problem of unemployment and also economic factor a person,Keeping that to a side you should always select an organization that is related to your study career,So that you can get to high positions in life in amazing speed and also earn good in no time..
Well give time to think it for yourself...
But choose wisely and also carefully,Because this is not a trial and error mathematical problem,This is life and you know you cant take chances with LIFE.

A lot of people have a very big question...
Thinking out of the box is it that simple???
Well if you ask me,I would say yes it is simple just look for something new.Unlike all other common options..
Humans have the most amazing spirit of imagination and art in themselves, We are the only species on the planet that can think about anything.Just make it useful by thinking about easy but effective ways of finishing your job.This helps you in growing up faster and also being reliable in working for your organization, this will start growth of your position in your organization and you will also progress a lot faster than others,All you have to do is think uniquely,unlike others in a group but start something new.. Make work easier and live happily..

Please don't hesitate to comment or ask your questions regarding any point in the article. I will definitely rectify you questions..
Hope this helps you.


Monday, 11 May 2015


Here are the interview planing tips and tricks you can follow before/during/after interview, which will help you to crack interview and get good packages in industry.
The following is a checklist that can be used by the interviewer to prepare for the interview.

Before the Interview:
# Respond to interview scheduling requests w/in 24 hours and commit 100% to the date
# Ensure calendar is cleared prior to interview to prep, and after to write feedback
# Prepare technical/functional questions as outlined by Hiring Manager
# Prepare office or interview space - turn off monitor, phone ringer, cell phone, clean whiteboard
# Clear confidential material
# Select and prepare 1 – 2 questions per competency
# Have a clock in view in order to keep the interview on track
# Understand interview strategy and specific areas of focus
# Read job description, resume, interview schedule, and previous feedback if appropriate
# Review Candidate Value Proposition and determine selling points for the group and for Microsoft

During the Interview:
# Make sure candidate is physically comfortable, offer beverage, use of facilities
# Build rapport and set expectations
                * Use conversation starters
                * Share context of your role, role on the team, etc.
                * Start with opening/warm up questions
# Use a Structured Interview
               * Ask all candidates the same targeted questions
               * Assess overall Microsoft hire as well as hire for the position
# If a lunch interview, allow plenty of time for the candidate to eat without having to talk
# Practice the 80/20 rule
# Take notes discreetly
# Leave time to answer questions, and for sharing information about the group and Microsoft
# Finish on time and provide candidate with your business card for any follow-up contact.
# Thank candidate for his or her time and communicate next steps in the schedule.

After the Interview:
# Provide verbal feedback to the next interviewer such as areas to probe; feedback should be neutral,
     no recommendation or decision given
# Complete written feedback within 30 – 60 minutes
# Accompany candidate to the next interviewer or to a predetermined waiting area. If appropriate,
    call a shuttle
# Don’t leave the candidate until you have officially handed them off to the next person or
    communicated the end of the process

Waingels College Interview Experience day – Microsoft Helping to Build Career

Subject: "Microsoft visit Waingels College to Guide student about Interview to make their career"
Article credit: Zain Luke Ali

Recently 25 Microsoft employees spent a day at Waingels College, Reading, to help over 200 students experience what it is like to have a job interview. This is the seventh year Microsoft has supported this event which aims to help students develop their interview skills to help them with their future careers. On the day, 20 exceptional students were selected to visit Microsoft for the day to learn more about what an inspiring place this is to work.

“It is a wonderful day”, says Rob Archer. “It is wonderful to see the students come out of their shells during the interview and tell you about their lives and then help them with tips for when they need to do this for real. I feel privileged to be empowered by Microsoft to be able to run these events and blessed to have the ongoing support from all that make this possible”.

Services' own Elliot Ball was selected as a top student at the 2012 interview day and was inspired to work for Microsoft following his visit. Elliot is now one of the first Microsoft apprentices, working in the Application and Development team for Salvador Alvarez Patuel. Returning to Waingels College for this year’s interview day, Elliot has experienced both sides of this day at the College.

In Elliot’s own words:

“Both positions were quite the experience”, says Elliot. “It was amazing to be able to go back to my old school after joining Microsoft. It was on that day and my visit to Microsoft afterwards that I decided this would be my dream place to work, and I was inspired to apply for the apprenticeship program.”

“I remember arriving in 2012 with a smile on my face, ready to take on the day. I was nervous about the interview but also very excited and had done a lot of research beforehand on everything Microsoft. It was interesting to see how things were laid out and the types of questions the interviewers asked me. As soon as the results were announced I sat there, surprised to discover I had been selected as one of the winning students. I felt very proud of myself – it was a very unique experience and a fantastic opportunity.”

“To be on the other side of the table and to see the latest students experiencing what I did was an opportunity I was not going to miss. To see how excited they were to hear about Microsoft really got to me. It was more difficult than expected to interview them but my colleague, Jamie Dalton helped me. It was quite an experience being on the other side of the table but very enjoyable. It was a difficult decision choosing the winning student at the end, and I really hope the students were inspired and that the interviews have helped them for the future.”

Feedback from Waingels College has been fantastic year on year and this year is no different:

“Waingels College has had the relationship with Microsoft for a number of years”, says Ann Keane-Maher (Head Teacher). “The interview day is a fantastic experience and we are delighted and grateful for the time that the Microsoft volunteers give to us as a school and to each student in particular. It has become a real highlight in the school calendar for Year 11 and the follow up visit to Microsoft for the winners is the icing on the cake. Pupils have felt so confident by the end of the process. It has made an incredible difference and we see all our pupils change their thinking about their future. We are proud to have Microsoft as a partner.”

Friday, 1 May 2015



 Hey data player, here we comes with most FAQ tableau software interview questions with answers, if you are preparing for tableau developer job (data analyst/dashboard developer) then must go through these questions which would be very helpful to make your career. Please must give feedback

1). Who are the founders of Tableau?
Ans: The company was founded in Mountain View, California in January, 2003 by Chris Stolte, Christian Chabot and Pat Hanrahan.

2). What are the five main product offered by Tableau company?
Ans: Tableau offers five main products: Tableau Desktop, Tableau Server, Tableau Online, Tableau Reader and Tableau Public.
3). What is the current latest version of Tableau Desktop(as of Feb. 2015)?
Ans: Current versions : Tableau Desktop version 9

4). What is data visualization?

Ans: Data visualization refers to the techniques used to communicate data or information by encoding it as visual objects (e.g., points, lines or bars) contained in graphics.

5). What is Tableau Desktop?
Ans: Tableau Desktop is based on breakthrough technology from Stanford University that lets you drag & drop to analyze data. it is great data visualization tool, You can connect to data in a few clicks, then visualize and create interactive dashboards with a few more.

6). Why tableau ?
Ans: Whether your data is in an on-premise database,a database, a data warehouse, a cloud application or an Excel file, you can analyze it with Tableau. You can create views of your data and share it with colleagues,
customers, and partners. You can use Tableau to blend it with other data. And you can keep your data up to date automatically

7). What are the differences between Tableau Software, GoodData and Traditional BI (Business Objects, etc.)?

8). What are Filters? How many types of filters are there in Tableau?
Ans: Filter is nothing but it is restricted to unnecessary ,it is showing exact data.Basically filters are 3 types.
1.Quick filter
2.Context filter
3. Datasource filter

9). What is disaggregation and aggregation of data?

10). What is the difference between context filter to other filters?
Ans: Whenever we create context filter >>Tableau will create a temporary table for this particular filter set and other filters will be apply on context filter data like cascade parameters.. suppose we have created context filter on countries >> we have chosen country as USA and India >>Tableau will create a temporary table for this two countries data and if you have any other filers >>Other filters will be apply on this two countries data
if we don't have any context filter >> each and individual record will check for all filters
We have total 40 questions, Pdf download link available in Set-4




Question :  What is disaggregation and aggregation of data?
Suppose I have data like

Eid Ename Salary Dept
1 abc 2000 Java
2 bbc 3000 .Net
3 Krishna 2500 Java
4 Madhu 300 .Net
5 Vamshi 3000 MainFrames
1 abc 1000 Testing
2 bbc 3000 Tableau
3 Krishna 5000 .Net
4 Madhu 7000 Testing
5 Vamshi 9000 Tableau
1 abc 11000 MainFrames
2 bbc 13000 Testing
3 Krishna 15000 Java
4 Madhu 17000 .Net
5 Vamshi 19000 .Net

Aggregation : To display aggregate data
sum/Avg salary by each individual employee
1) Drag ename on columns and salary on rows we will get sum(salary) of each and individual employee
2) Now change measure type as Avg
choose salary option--Choose measure type as "Avg"

Disaggregation : To display each and every transaction
When you look at the aggregated data in the views above, each bar represents all transactions for a specific employee summed up or averaged into a single value. Now say that you want to see the individual salary transactions for each employee . You can create a view like that by selecting Analysis > Aggregate Measures.

Tableau Interview Question : What are the differences between Tableau Software, GoodData and Traditional BI?

Most frequently asked Tableau Interview Question:

What are the differences between Tableau Software, GoodData and Traditional BI (Business Objects, etc.)?
You could talk feature-functionality for days, but at a high level there are four major differences.
1. Speed.
How fast can you get up and running with the
system, answer questions, design and share dashboards and then change them? This is where systems like Tableau and GoodData are far better than old-school business intelligence like Business Objects or Cognos. Traditional systems took months or years to implement, with costs running to millions. Tableau has a free trial that installs in minutes and GoodData is cloud-based, so they are faster to implement by orders of magnitude. They are also faster to results: traditional BI requires IT and developers to make any changes to reports, so business users are stuck in a queue waiting to get anything done. Tableau and GoodData provide more of a self-service experience.

2. Analysis layer.
This is where Tableau excels.  It has a powerful and flexible drag & drop visualization engine based on some technology from Stanford. GoodData and traditional BI typically provide some canned reports but changing them requires significant time and money.

3. Data layer.
This is where the three options are most different:
GoodData requires you to move your data to its cloud.
Traditional BI typically requires you to move your data to its data warehouse system.
Tableau connects to a variety of existing data sources and also provides a fast in-memory data engine, essentially a local database. Since most enterprises have their data stored all over the place, this provides the most choice and lets companies use the investment they’ve already made.

4. Enterprise readiness.

Traditional BI and Tableau do well here, with enterprise-level security and high scalability.