Changing The Way You Code. One Sci-Fi Movie At A Time

I just recently watched the movie Arrival. It’s a sci-fi film based on the short story “Story of Your Life” by Ted Chiang.It was an alien visitation movie. By now, you must be rolling your eyes at me. Bharat Ramakrishna watching an alien movie! Don’t tell me it’s one of those shoot ’em ups! In …

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Venturehack Questionnaire- Java [Set-A]

Venturehack organized by Venturehire invited all Geeks,designers,analysts- all engineering profiles to test their skills. There was a series of written and coding test to judge the skills of individuals. We will share a series of questionnaires every week to make you prepare  for the future interviews. With this series you will get every detailed answers to make …

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How is Linux fixing issues of OpenSSL security?

Another vulnerability was published in OpenSSL 1.0.1 that permits an attacker to uncover up to 64kb of memory to a connected client or server (CVE-2014-0160). It may comprise of our X.509 authentications, usernames and passwords, texts, messages,business reports and correspondence. As per OpenSSL Security Advisory report, Neel Mehta from Google Security has discovered this bug. …

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What are the best applications of Data Visualization?

Applications of Data visualizations are all around today. For making a visual representation of data  to inspire potential investors, cover advancement, or even envision ideas for client sections, data visualizations are a profitable tool in a mixed bag of settings. Editor’s note:To learn more about analytics and make the most of it in your career, register with …

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The Future of Big Data and Hadoop

In 2013, Hadoop took a great leap forward with Hadoop 2.0(YARN), as this converted Hadoop from a batch-only file-based stack into a set of interactive capabilities with multiple optional databases. But as the Hadoop technology embarks on its second stage of evolution, how will it influence the Big Data world going forward? Editor’s note: To …

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5 Predictive Analytics Tools for Enterprises

It is amazing to note how Predictive Analytics is influencing every field- be it healthcare or marketing. In our recent blog post we unveiled “The big secret behind Narendra Modi’s win” in elections 2014- Analytics acted as a catalyst to Narendra Modi’s win.This technique of filtering users’ online interactions in order to deliver more information …

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Why you should learn R over SAS?

Comparing things has always been in the trend- be it Linux or Windows, Intel or AMD. Its always been a favourite geeky discussion. Linkedin groups like Advanced Business Analytics, Data Mining and Predictive Modelling has been witness to heated debate regarding the pros and cons of open source technology R and SAS. It has been …

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How to create a product efficiently

When founders of Google Larry Page and Sergey Brin joined hands to merge their PageRank idea and web crawler idea to find out the common word combinations, respectively, they did not have a smooth journey to the top.The question is not just how to build a product, but more than that. Have you ever wondered …

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Rise of R as an analytics tool

There is no denial that we are at present living in a golden age of big Data. Understanding the benefits of analytics, market leaders are now turning to open source programming language R in order to scale their business. What is R? A single letter apparently, but R happens to be the lingua franca for …

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What is Your Best Personality Trait?

Companies at different stages of their business are looking for different types of people. Of course, the cliché ? more risk, more reward ? does not fit for all.  It is important to understand your skillset before you choose your path. Sometimes a high-flying executive from a blue chip company who gets enamored by “early stage companies” may not necessarily …

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What Does it Take to Build FASTER, HIGHER and STRONGER?

It’s been over a month since the 2012 Summer Olympics, a great coming together of every country to showcase their finest.  But what makes up a winning team to perform consistently – population, funding, facilities, GDP, superior athletic genes etc.  We believe it’s a — process driven approach to recruit and train athletes. What Does it Take to …

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Stock Options — the Carrot to Attract Good Talent

How does startup attract the best talent? Yes, most often ? after all is said and done [salary comparison, location, job spec etc] ? Employee Stock Option Plan (ESOP) ? may be the carrot to attract qualified candidates to their leave a cushy job. Here?s what some of the global technology titans created for their …

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