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Posted by trainer on 9/5/2012 7:17 AM |
Some of the ideal characteristics that recruits will exhibit, that can easily be recognized whilst interacting with them, include them being excellent listeners. Other traits which can be noticeable when special tasks are set out for them, are comfort while performing team work, thinking outside of the box, adaptability to different situations, time management skills and hard work coupled with working smart in order to tackle issues. [More]



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Posted by trainer on 8/29/2012 10:06 PM |
Since every model is used in a different situation it is difficult to compare, contrast and select a specific model. For example, the waterfall model can be employed when creating (or even modifying) software, the dynamic system development model is used in those situations where resources and time are limited. [More]



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Posted by trainer on 8/23/2012 5:33 AM |
With the job market getting aggressively competitive, resume writing is certainly an expert’s job. While you apply for a job, it is important to find out about the company and related skill sets mentioned in the job title. Most companies give a list of talents they are looking for in the candidate and hence it is best to do a research and modulate the resume each time you present it. [More]



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Posted by trainer on 8/17/2012 5:54 AM |
A resume must be convincing to the reader. Many times due to lack of awareness, resumes do not reach upto the level of getting shortlisted. There are many styles in resume and the best style can be incorporated to create an impression. Resumes need to have a tone and that has to be conveyed formally with the right use of words and sentences. [More]



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Posted by trainer on 8/15/2012 7:19 AM |
Software development life cycle is also known as software development process.The first step is known as the requirement step whereby the outlines of what the program will be capable of doing are laid out. The second step involves how the program is going to be developed and who is responsible of what task when developing the software. [More]