People who know me, know that I am a book worm or well, book/blog/article/newspaper/anythingReadable worm 😀 … I read a lot and any topic, but for the morning read my favorites mostly include blogs and articles on professional life and grooming because no matter how experienced and seasoned professional one is, grooming and learning is necessary for the survival in fast growing world of economics and technologies.
One thing that I learnt from all the Continue reading
“I failed 3 times in college. I applied 30 times to get a job but I was always rejected. When KFC came to China for the first time, we were 24 to apply and I was the only one dismissed. I wanted to go into the police but I was the only one not accepted. I applied 10 times to Harvard University in the US and I was rejected. “, Jack Ma, Creator of Alibaba, a business-to-business site built in 1999.
Today Jack Ma is the 18th Worlds richest man according to Forbes 2015 list with $22.8 billion net worth and according to Bloomberg, has net worth of $27.5 billion Continue reading
Continuation of Websphere Commerce Questions and Answers I.
Q12:Explain the Dynacache?(I talked about it so much, so it became a very lengthy answer , had to write it a separate blog post for it,even though in blog post put just what a little bit I remember but that ‘little bit’ too is quite much 🙂 )
Ans:Caching should be implemented for the content that changes frequently or is stable for a period of time or contains a majority of contents that can be reused by a variety of users
Dynamic Cache aka DynaCache is provided by IBM Websphere Application server to be configured to store some objects and later based on some matching rules Dyna cache retrieve those objects from the cache.
Caching rules are specified in Cachespec.xml file present in the Stores.war.
Caching improves Continue reading
It was my first job interview related to IBM websphere commerce, it was conducted via Skype by technical head of some company from Malaysia.This was a bit fun, a bit irritating as both of us were facing so much distortion, line was going to break again and again, we both(but mostly, it was me) were like, “what are you saying?”,”are you there?”,”come again”. It was fun because there were few things that I did not have very clear idea about at the time of interview and that guy was decent enough to actually told me where I was wrong and what was the correct answer/concept.To that awesome person: Wherever you are,Thank you, Sir!
Q1: How to know whether an inventory Continue reading
I have been through lots of Interviews in my 6 years of Job(Software development) experience. It is kinda hobby for me, If I am getting bored or I want to know what are the current market demands or what my skill are worth, I get myself interviewed. 🙂
So here I created this category dedicated to Job Interview Questions and Answers I have been through so far.I hope it will help lots of people out there preparing for job interviews or simply just want to learn. I will be posting Java, JDBC, J2EE, database, IBM Websphere commerce related question mostly, but will also include soft-skills related questions I have been asked during interview sessions, with their answers.
Following are the blogs written so far in this section,
Websphere Commerce Questions and Answers I
Websphere Commerce’s Caching mechanism.
Forgiving doesn’t mean forgetting, nor does it mean that by forgiving you are saying that what someone did was okay. It just means that you’ve let go of the anger towards someone, or towards yourself which is the most difficult thing especially when you need to forgive your own-self but it is the wisest thing one can do. But that can be easier said than done. If forgiveness was easy, everyone would be doing it.It takes lots of courage to let go that feeling of anger and guilt and especially when you can hurt someone back but you decide to forgive them instead, only a brave soul can do it.
Forgiveness is not always easy. At times, it feels more painful than the wound we suffered, to forgive the one that inflicted it. And yet, there is no peace without forgiveness. – Marianne Williamson
If you look at the most inspirational innovators, geniuses, and icons throughout history, they all share a common belief – they simply did not consider failure as a bad thing.
Instead, they understood that every failure faced brings you one step closer to success.
I can accept failure, everyone fails at something. But I can’t accept not trying.― Michael Jordan