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How to Stay Connected with Friends,    Forever?

Friends are an integral part of our lives, aren’t they? We find friends everywhere. We have them in the school, college, music classes, parties, neighbourhood, relatives. There are just too many of them. One trouble I faced was about staying connected with them for ever.

How can you stay connected with friends always? How to just not loose them in some part of your life and never see them again?

BUT ONE THING MAINTAIN FRIENDSHIP 4R EVERLASTIN LYF......!!! 

FRIENDSHIP IS MORE THAN LUV.......!!!

1. Birthdays are the best way to keep connected – Note down birthdays of all your friends. Make sure you check the list once everyday. A spread sheet is the best way to keep track of birthdays. Just search the date and it’ll show you if anyone was born that day.

Also note down the numbers on one side so that you can make a quick ‘Happy Birthday Greeting’ call. Even if you’ve a long lost friend, they’ll feel good for you remembering their birthday.

2. Have an occasion, call friends to join you – If your friends are not too far away, I mean in your city, but you haven’t seen them for a while, a good way to spend time together is to go call them in your personal occasions. That way, they’ll feel good about having earned a friend who cares while you’ll make sure you still remain a good friend to them.

3. Just give them a call, man! – Well, you shouldn’t expect everyone to give you the call all the time. Take the initiative, give them a call. If you’ve too many of them, call someone every other day.

Talk about what they are doing, how’s life going, what they have enjoyed recently, share your troubles, appreciate them. I don’t say you call has to last whole day. Even a one-two minute call will suffice.

4. What is Facebook for? If you’re reading this, you probably have your own internet connection. Get on the Facebook and don’t just use it for marketing and networking. Post to someone’s wall, send a message, start a conversation. It’s quite easy these day, isn’t it?

The real problem you sometimes can’t connect with your friend is because you’ve some inner guilt that hurdles you friend approaching them. You something try to think from other’s perspectives.

You think what will they say, what will I talk about, what if they’ve a bad impression for me? Take your psychologies aside for a while and just get connected.

Even if you haven’t been in touch for a while, just give it a go. Possibly, they may be thinking the same thing you’ve been thinking all along.

It’s good to have friend and it’s good to have lots and lots of them. It’s good to stay connected with them. And hey, you don’t have to do much. Just send a simple hi if possible.

I read a wonderful quote in Reader’s Digest one day. It said ‘If you’re silent, you’re not living. To live, you’ve to be loud, colourful and noisy.’ How true are the words......!!!

NOTE:- ITS IMPORTANT THAT MAKE 3 FRIENDS IN UR LYF AND BE IN A RELATION KEEP TWO MAIN THINGS IN YOUR LYK THAT SATISFACTION AND UNDERSTANDING AUTOMATICALLY THERE WILL BE WITH U FOR EVER..........!!!

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how to plans for jobs in software industry?

Hiring Companies always say that there is big gap in demand-supply of skilled manpower. While many engineers are passing out, in terms of employability, skilled man power is still lacking. Here are some secrets on how to overcome these statements.

Before starting your job search, there are some basic steps to perform. There is no point applying for jobs without knowing what you like, for example. Just being a good coder isn’t enough — you have to understand what the market wants and how you can adapt your own skills to find the right job for yourself.

Ask yourself some questions:
1) Are you a systems programmer or an application developer? 
2) Do you like coding user interfaces? 
3) Are you a good debugger?
4) Do you like testing? 
5) Are you an architect or a coder?

Non programming questions:
1) Does management interest you? 
2) Do you want to work for a big company?
3) Do you want to work for a small company? 
4) Do you want long-term or short-term projects?

How to market yourself:

1) Upgrade your skills and learn new technologies
2) Get certified 
3) Work on a temporary projects
4) Academic performance is important when companies use your marks in order to rank new graduates with little job experience

Technical and Nontechnical quesitons

Knowledge-based/Technical questions are an easy way for interviewers to assess your familiarity and experience with the programming languages and techniques they expect you to know based on the requirements for the job and what’s in your résumé. Be sure you have a good grasp of the fundamental knowledge you’ll need for the job for which you’re applying.

Examples of Technical Questions:
1) What are the differences between C++ and Java? 
2) Discuss friend classes in C++ and give an example of when you would use one?
3) Discuss what garbage collection is and explain different ways it can be implemented?
4) Discuss the differences between symmetric key cryptography and public key cryptography?
5) Compare and contrast a hash table and a binary search tree. If you were designing the address book data structure for a personal digital assistant (PDA) with limited memory, which one would you use?

Examples of Nontechnical Questions:

1) What Do You Want to Do?
you could say, "I’ve always been interested in systems-level programming and really enjoy it, so I’m hoping to join a large company and do systems-level work.” Or, you could say, "I want to do Web programming so I can show my work to my friends. I’m hoping to do this at a start-up where I can use my Web server experience and watch the company grow.”

2) What Is Your Favorite Programming Language?
3) Tell Me About Your Experience
4) What Are Your Career Goals?

5) Why Should We Hire You?
Keep things positive by talking about why you want to work at the company and why the job is a good match for your skills.

6) Do You Have Any Questions for Me?

Please visit studentsquest.ucoz.com careers section for more tips on Job skills, Career options, resumes and 150+ company interview questions at: http://studentsquest.ucoz.com

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