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Plant biotechnology is an extension of this traditional plant breeding with one very important difference, plant biotechnology allows for the transfer of a greater variety of genetic information in a more precise, controlled manner. The topic provides the new developments in the field of Plant.........
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As in any other engineering discipline, software engineering also has some structured models for software development. This this topic will provide you with a generic overview about different SDLC models as there are different software development methodologies adopted by contemporary software.........
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Various Software Development Methodologies have been developed to guide the processes involved, including the waterfall model (which was the original SDLC method); rapid application development (RAD); joint application development (JAD); the fountain model; the spiral model; build and fix; and.........
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Cloud computing is now a popular buzzword as it brings utility computing, which enables customers pay only for the computing resources they consume, within the reach. Tech companies sees India as one of the potential market for cloud computing, but before benefiting from the full power of......
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Offsite fabrication is the ultimate in value engineering for building services. But many contractors prefer on-site fabrication of rebar other things while others find that off-site fabrication is more advantageous. The economics of on-site and off-site fabrication of rebar need to be......
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In a time where there is Infrastructure boom that is happening, and in a time when there is a real estate drive that is there, there might be few things which might be holding few things back, the majority being here is the skill shortage, with a booming industry needs skilled manpower to take.........
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More often than not, designers have rightfully been accused of retreating into their cocoons of ignorance as soon as their work of creating a web design is finished, leaving the dirty and more hands-on work of putting it up on the web to developers. Why designers should learn how to code? The......
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More than 70% of the population of India is in villages, but supply of electricity is in sufficient amount to the survival, economic and social development and growth. Non-conventional energy sources such as sunlight and wind are ample in India. In future these energies must be utilized for......
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A new world order of competition is emerging in the global technology and telecommunications industries. But most of the companies are not keeping pace with the changes, so let us discuss about the new competitive landscape in telecom.
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Posted by: Prashant Tajane, Executive Talent Acquisition, Glodyne Technoserve Limited
Wow! Slum Dog Millionaire won the Oscar! What a surprise? Indians are jubilant and proud of seeing their country’s name popping up all over the world. Well, for an average Indian it is definitely a matter of proud because their country is in the......
Posted by: Tharakad Subramanian Hariharan, Freelancer, Freelancer
YES-MEN ORGANIZATIONS Millions of Indians watching the ‘Elections 2009’ show on the TV these days must have gained the perception by now that our major political parties are the classic examples of ‘yesmanism’ so meticulously practised throughout their organizations. Most of the ‘family-run’ Indian private companies can be easily said to be the classic examples of ‘Yes-men’ organizations. The spokespersons of the political parties (they mostly do ‘damage control) generally have a tough time, trying their utmost to defend the ‘statesmanship’ displayed by their political bosses in their recent utterances in the press conference but tragically failed. They consistently fail because they spend most of their time in finding new virtues in their unworthy immature, ‘greatness-thrust’ leaders and it is tough task . An individual placed in a position of authority and status will be surrounded mostly by persons whose main concern is to be on his good books. Incurring his displeasure is a...