Yohan Martin

Agara Village, Bangalore, India - 560102

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Yohan Martin

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Agara Village, Bangalore, India- 560102.

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I am currently working in Browser Stack. I work mainly on Ruby On Rails and JavaScript.
Previously, I worked at a start-up called Sellerworx. We were based on PHP stack and hence I have excellent knowledge of PHP and MySql. Being a working professional, I have practical knowledge of PHP and not just theoretical knowledge.
Also, In my previous start-up. I worked on Python Django framework. I was the lead developer of the initial phases and helped the company set the backbone technical architecture.
In my college days, I was inspired to take up programming by one teacher, who influenced me and helped me understand the beauty of programming. And, this is what I am trying to do: To teach and mentor people to become top-notch programmers, just as I was mentored!

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Marathi

Hindi

English

Education

University Of Mumbai 2014

Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.)

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Agara Village, Bangalore, India - 560102

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Python Training classes Overview

Python Training classes

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Python Training classes

1

Course Duration provided

1-3 months

Seeker background catered to

Educational Institution, Individual

Certification provided

No

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Answered on 28/04/2015 IT Courses/Programming Languages/Python

First lets understand why big companies are still sticking to Java or C or C++. The answer is scalability and reliability. JVM is mission tested for more than 20 years now. Do you know, the client as well as server of Gmail is written in Java? The core algortithms of Facebook are written in Java and... ...more
First lets understand why big companies are still sticking to Java or C or C++. The answer is scalability and reliability. JVM is mission tested for more than 20 years now. Do you know, the client as well as server of Gmail is written in Java? The core algortithms of Facebook are written in Java and C++. You can pick up any company that has scaled and you will realize that the core has been written in Java or C++ or C. Python/PHP/Ruby have scalability issues when you bombard the servers with huge traffic. So where exactly is python used? Its mostly used in writing the logic which doesn't require much of algorithmic computations. For example, Quora's business logic (ie. mostly CRUD operations and some processing logic) is written in python. But the modules that have heavy algorithms and (speed of execution+ memory efficient) are of utmost importance, are written in C++. Also, python is used extensively in Start-ups, where launching your product to market quickly is important.Like, Facebook was initially written in PHP.But as it began to scale, they moved their major computations to C++ and now PHP just acts as an end layer of their stack.They have wrappers all around PHP. So yes, python is important and in high demand. But python isn't going to replace any of the legacy languages. So if somebody wants to learn python, I suggest him/her to first learn either C++ or Java, get your OOPS concepts cleared, understand how programming languages work, and then pick up python. I write code in Python extensively, but I understood python well because my concepts were clear and hence transition was not difficult. But I agree on the point of spreading awareness. That could be done perhaps by conducting seminars/conferences in engineering colleges and if the government decides, then introducing these languages in syllabus would be best solution.
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Python Training classes 3.6

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Python Training classes

1

Course Duration provided

1-3 months

Seeker background catered to

Educational Institution, Individual

Certification provided

No

PHP Classes 3.6

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in PHP Classes

1

Teaches

Php AJAX

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Answered on 28/04/2015 IT Courses/Programming Languages/Python

First lets understand why big companies are still sticking to Java or C or C++. The answer is scalability and reliability. JVM is mission tested for more than 20 years now. Do you know, the client as well as server of Gmail is written in Java? The core algortithms of Facebook are written in Java and... ...more
First lets understand why big companies are still sticking to Java or C or C++. The answer is scalability and reliability. JVM is mission tested for more than 20 years now. Do you know, the client as well as server of Gmail is written in Java? The core algortithms of Facebook are written in Java and C++. You can pick up any company that has scaled and you will realize that the core has been written in Java or C++ or C. Python/PHP/Ruby have scalability issues when you bombard the servers with huge traffic. So where exactly is python used? Its mostly used in writing the logic which doesn't require much of algorithmic computations. For example, Quora's business logic (ie. mostly CRUD operations and some processing logic) is written in python. But the modules that have heavy algorithms and (speed of execution+ memory efficient) are of utmost importance, are written in C++. Also, python is used extensively in Start-ups, where launching your product to market quickly is important.Like, Facebook was initially written in PHP.But as it began to scale, they moved their major computations to C++ and now PHP just acts as an end layer of their stack.They have wrappers all around PHP. So yes, python is important and in high demand. But python isn't going to replace any of the legacy languages. So if somebody wants to learn python, I suggest him/her to first learn either C++ or Java, get your OOPS concepts cleared, understand how programming languages work, and then pick up python. I write code in Python extensively, but I understood python well because my concepts were clear and hence transition was not difficult. But I agree on the point of spreading awareness. That could be done perhaps by conducting seminars/conferences in engineering colleges and if the government decides, then introducing these languages in syllabus would be best solution.
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Yohan Martin describes himself as Programmer. He conducts classes in PHP and Python Training. Yohan is located in Agara Village, Bangalore. Yohan takes at students Home, Regular Classes- at his Home and Online Classes- via online medium. He has 1 years of teaching experience . Yohan has completed Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) from University Of Mumbai in 2014. HeĀ is well versed in Marathi, Hindi and English.

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