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Airtel hiring Java, Python and RoR developers

If you are an excellent coder and looking for challenging assignments, we have amazing roles opening Gurgaon team across levels.

Looking for passionate technology geeks in Java, Python, Ruby on Rails who have a strong hold on data structures and algorithms along with tremendous problem-solving skills.

Reach me at for more details.

Android Developer Opening for MCA


Mihup is powered by intelligent voice interfaces for any device or application. It can deliver a human-like understanding of naturally spoken queries for large, complex content domains. Available as either an on-premise solution or a cloud-based offering. Mihup is built on Automatic Speech Recognition (Offline and Online) in Indian languages with an AI foundation for scale and reliability in natural language processing (NLP) and information retrieval (IR). It offers flexibility to support customer-specified features, content domains. Media and Entertainment, consumer electronics, IoT, retail and e-commerce, automotive, BFSI are among the industry's segments can be benefited from Mihup's capabilities




* To develop Android related applications.
*To develop and implement machine learning algorithms using C++/Java/Python.
*Develop Codes using C++/Java/Python.
* Resolve issues by providing solutions.
* Update & modify existing software programs.
* B.Tech/M.Tech/MCA.
*Should have good knowledge of Computer Algorithms, Data structures, Programming skills(C/C++/Python etc.).
*Knowledge/experience of Android Studio/Xcode etc
*Good analytical & problem-solving skills.
* Self-driven & good team player.

Work Location: Bangalore

Interested candidates can send the resume to

Hexaware Technologies hiring in Chennai

Hexaware Technologies is hiring for .net Developer for Chennai Location. If your looking for job change, Kindly share your updated resume to

Exp: 2 Yrs to 10 Yrs
Work Location:chennai
Interview Location: chennai
Interview Mode : Face to face on weekday
Notice period: Looking for Immediate joiners to 30 days

skills Required:
 Graduation/Post-graduation (Engineering graduate preferred)
 At least 7 years’ experience in software development.
 Strong experience in C# development
 Proficient with .NET development tools (Visual Studio, TFS)
 Experience with Web API, Entity Framework, Dependency Injection, and MVC
 Experience with SQL
 Experience in front-end technologies (JavaScript, HTML, CSS)
 Familiar with domain driven design
 Familiar with various design and architectural patterns
 Familiar with SOLID design principles
 Design experience with web services (REST, SOAP, …)
 Experience in AngularJS
 Experience in user interface design
 Experience in PowerShell
 Technical background in Microsoft SSIS & SSRS

Please share below details with your updated resume to

Email Id:
Current Company:
Reason for Job Change:
Available to join immediately: Yes/No
Contact Number:
Notice Period:
Reason for job change:

Regards with,
Shervani A
Hexaware Technologies

Size eStore India's affordable shopping site

Size eStore India's affordable shopping site

Size eStore (, India's online shopping portal for Shirts, Jeans, Pants, T-Shirts, Safety Shoes, Leather Shoes, Leather Chappals, Leather Sandals, Leather Wallet & Leather Belt.


The logo of Size eStore is also extremely simple, elegant. The logo appeals to the users welcoming to the whole new world of online shopping for your size with Size.


Size eStore is having an extremely simple user interface that needs no prior training for its users on how to use the store. The navigation is extremely simple and category arrangement too.


Size eStore is run and managed by a small group 2-3 individuals who ensure the quality of every product item to improve and retain their customer's experience with their wide range of product collections.


·        Formal Leather Shoes
·        Leather Loafers
·        Casual Shoes
·        Leather Boots
·        Leather Sandal
·        Leather Chappal
·        Leather Belt


The best part of Size eStore is that it is offering 3 months warranty for Leather Shoes, this is a lucrative offer on top of the affordable pricing that we might hardly even get in the physical stores.


Size eStore's pricing is so affordable that the Leather Shoes ranges from Rs. 799/- to Rs. 1799/-. It is a challenge to find a premium quality Leather Shoes with 3 months warranty in India.

Stock Keeping Units:

At times it is difficult to know whether the product item we are ordering online is in stock or not. But another unique selling point (USP) of Size eStore is that they display size-wise stock availability once we select the size. If the particular stock-size item is not available then we can add it to our wishlist and once they have the stock we get an email notification.


Size eStore is offering a flat discount of 10% on any 1 item, 15% on any 2 items, 20% on any 3 & above items on every purchase, except for leather accessories, discounts are added on the cart and the actual bill is displayed with the discount difference.


Being a Startup from Chennai, it is offering free shipping for Chennaites and places apart from Chennai it is charging a very nominal shipping fee of Rs. 49/- per product.

Customer Experience & Feedback:

This online shopping portal, Size eStore, is having a wide range of Formal, Casual and Party Wear Leather Shoes that are Genuine Leather with premium quality. Being a new online shopping website in India, their customer's experience and feedback are really great in order.

Size eStore's USPs:

1. Simple to use the site.
2. Quality checked and assured.
3. Limited Category with a wide range of collection.
4. 3 Warranty for the Leather Shoes.
5. Size-wise stock availability is shown to the users.
6. Huge discounts auto-calculated and added to the Cart.
7. Free Shipping in Chennai and nominal shipping charges rest of India.

Visit your Size eStore, India's affordable shopping site.

Coovum is hiring for Software Engineer

Coovum Smart Systems and Services Pvt. Ltd. is Hiring for Software Engineer position.

At least 2 years of experience as a Full Stack Developer.

Required knowledge of PHP, MySQL, MEAN (MongoDB, Express.js, Angular.js, Node.js) Stack, IONIC App Development Framework.

Founder in: 2015
Company Size: 28
Location: Mogappai West, Chennai.
Website -

Send your profile to
Last date to apply - 11-01-2018 (Thursday).
10 Rules for Developers to learn English

10 Rules for Developers to learn English

Today's world is about distributed teams across the globe. A team member sitting in the Indian Silicon Valley or a software company of the financial capital of India might be reporting to a manager sitting in Microsoft Headquarters in Redmond, Washington (a suburb of Seattle, Washington, USA). This is almost as if you have traveled around the world. Hence, long-distance communication has become prominent over the last couple of years.

How it matters

But I am technically strong, so how does it matter to me?

Well, if you are really interested in moving up the career ladder then communication is the key. For instance, if you want to be promoted to be a Tech/Team Lead then good communication skills will help in the longer run.

Good communication demonstrates good leadership skills and so helps you to pave the road to new roles and responsibilities. Would you like to send a software architect to a client or listen to him on the phone when he can barely communicate; would you like to work with a team/tech lead or on-site coordinator that can barely explain what the client wants? I am sure not. 

Why English has become so important

Do I really need to explain that? If you are reading this article of mine, then you are in the same boat as I am. In other words, the software development field. English is a global language to communicate with anyone whom you don't know how to connect with. Besides, if you are planning to travel, work abroad, deal with higher management in your company and pave your road in a highly competitive society then a good command of English is like “Cherry on the Cake".

Many deserving candidates are rejected every year for a USA visa (H1B, L1B even studying abroad) in their interview because they can hardly communicate well and can't impress the consulate person who is interviewing the candidate.

Consider that, even for technical interviews, how to express that you are a good candidate and understand the technology. That time is gone when you can cram for the questions and spit them out to the interviewer. The trend of interviews has changed. For instance, now people don't really ask the difference between “Abstract class and Interfaces”. Instead, they will ask you a scenario where you choose to implement an interface instead of an abstract class or vice versa. Even, based on your project description they drag you into a totally un-imagined situation and ask for your views. Such just-in-time situations and scenarios are hard to cram for, or even prepare for. So you end up sharing your thoughts or thought processes during the interview. Do you feel little sweating in your palms or forehead?

Techniques to develop good English communication skills

So what's the technique to have good English communication skills?

The following is the Rule of Thumb as it applies to those candidates whose Mother Tongue or Native language is not English, just like me.

Don't panic about or fear English communication; rather work on it. I can share how I (a small town's boy of Hindi medium from northern India) made it possible. 

Rule #1: Focus on learning English grammar to strengthen the fundamentals. If there is a need to improvise your English grammar then work on it for some time and the remaining can be learned by listening and speaking with others. Here is a good E-Book to strengthen the fundamentals from the basics to the extreme expert level.

Rule #2: Don't focus on accent (American, British and so on) immediately; instead focus on grammar for the correct usage or words and accurate sentence formation. Accent will come automatically later when you work with people across the globe and have developed a good grasp of the language.

Rule #3: Your skills building, in other words learning, must be by using English only. For instance, I see some people prefer to learn technology in their native language. I don't understand how learning .NET or any other topic will help you better in your native language, because most of the terms are English only; C#, CLR, Framework, Language, Compile, Code, Debug and so on. So why to worry so much for some of the plumbing or the gluing together of words in the middle to make sentences.

For example, if I need to learn what is .NET then what is it you won't understand in: “.NET is a platform and framework that allows you to build applications using many .NET compliant programming languages and even deploy and run those on many non-Microsoft platform OSs”.

I am totally against the reading of novels and so on to build an English vocabulary. Instead, start a book of your choice on MVC, .NET, C#, ASP.NET, WCF and so on cover to cover. Yes, cover to cover; you read that right, from the About the Author to About the Technical Reviewer to the Acknowledgement, Dedication and so on and the chapters of your choice. I guarantee that the first few sections has much to teach you about general-purpose English communication. So your time is better invested into building your skills with books of your areas instead of reading a 1000 pages fiction novel like Harry Potter, especially for this cause.

However; if you wish to read a book other than for your technical benefits then reach out to me, I can guide you to some good books that might be helpful in various ways.

Rule #4: Listening is very important. When I was in college I heard people saying that listening to English songs will help you to learn English; well to be honest I never found time to double up my efforts to listen to English songs and then learn my study topics in English. By the way, I also don't recommend listening to English music and trying to read English material at the same time; it could turn out to be pretty messy, especially at the beginner level.

So listen to some of your favorite speakers for the topic of your choice. Listening causes great learning, especially in terms of the usage of words, sentence formation, accent, pitch, pace, sound quality and so on. My YouTube channel MyPassionForDotNet has a couple of videos from 10 minutes in length to 2+ hour-long sessions. 

In your free time, even listen to the people in your office, market, shops, conference calls, elevators, parking and so on. 

Rule #5: No slang language; say “Yes”. I have often seen people saying “yeah” “bro”, “You know after each line”, “cool” and many more terms. Well, I suggest always say “Yes”; believe me this has an impact on your way of building skills. When you are good with English communication then an occasional use of yeah is OK. Basically, this puts you into a habit of strictly respecting the core of the language and also teaching your tongue what to utter, which is very important.

Rule #6: Hang out with the right people. If you know someone that can help you to polish your communication skills then find such people if possible. Well, I was not able to find any because I grew with people like me but time has changed. I am sure you might have someone around you.

Rule #7: Think big, start small. If you are in a discussion then start whatever you can using English and see how far you can go. Anyways, in our native land we speak in a mixed mode (some English and some native language) so instead you should focus on speaking only the English part and as precisely as possible.

Rule #8: Go slow. I have observed many people think that good English communication is all about speaking fast. Actually, that's a myth. I have earned a large amount of my professional experience working outside of India with people from various English speaking continents. One thing I have found common in all of them is that they speak slow, soft and clear. 

Rule #9: Pronunciation, when speaking no matter what language you are using, the way to utter a word is very important. It becomes very important when you speak in English. Here is a great pronunciation tool to help you learn how a specific word is pronounced. 

Some examples; I would like you to try and see what you thought was and actually how these must be pronounced. For example Scythe, calcium, pronunciation.

Rule #10: Get away from your native way of pronunciation. Our native place (town, city, country) has a huge impact on how we learn how to pronounce a word; many times we continue to speak the same way, but with an associated cost with that approach. If you have been speaking incorrectly then it can take a while to practice speaking it right.

For example, most of the Indian people, even Doctors, pronounce Calcium as “Cal-Shi-um” but actually there is no “Sh” sound in it. It's just a very small example of how our native culture has an impact on our way of speaking. Many people have the tendency to add the sound of other letters when speaking something. Try again how most of the people say “Pronunciation” and compare that with the tool I referred to in Rule #9.

Such issues can be fixed with caution, awareness, and practice. There is nothing a human mind can't conquer or achieve. 

So let's summarize the rules:

Rule #1: Learn grammar for better English communication.
Rule #2: Don't focus on Accent immediately
Rule #3: Learn technology in English only; strictly books, audio, video and so on
Rule #4: Listening results in great learning.
Rule #5: No slang, use words that reflect a respect of the language.
Rule #6: Right company, connect with people who speak good English.
Rule #7: Think big, start small.
Rule #8: Speak slowly but steadily and you will win the race.
Rule #9: Pronounce correctly; this is impressive in its own way.
Rule #10: Go global; to some extent, get away from your native tongue and pronunciation.