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Vivek R.

Old Airport Road, Bangalore, India - 560037

Vivek R. Java trainer in Bangalore

Vivek R.

Java Trainer

Old Airport Road, Bangalore, India - 560037.

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Experienced and qualified teachers are everywhere now-a-days. But along with that, I am also an analyser who relates every concepts to a real life scenario to make the student crisp clear about the topic.
Currently working with Infosys Ltd. for more than 3 years now and teaching is my passion.

Languages Spoken

Oriya Mother Tongue (Native)

English Proficient

Hindi Proficient

Education

Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology 2014

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.)

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Old Airport Road, Bangalore, India - 560037

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Java Training Classes

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Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Teaches

Core Java

Certification training offered

Yes

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1. What type of Java programming do you teach?

Core Java

2. Which classes do you teach?

I teach Java Training Classes.

3. Do you provide a demo class?

Yes, I provide a free demo class.

4. How many years of experience do you have?

I have been teaching for less than a year.

Lessons (3)

Comparable vs Comparator

java.lang.Comparable java.util.Comparator For comparing some other object with its own object. Ex. I am comparing myself to some other employee. Method signature is: int compareTo (T object). For...

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ClassNotFoundException vs NoClassDefFoundError

ClassNotFoundException NoClassDefFoundError It is an exception and happens due to programmer’s mistake and can be recovered by updating the code. Thrown when an application tries...

20/11/2017
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Java: A Quick Overview

Not purely Object Oriented: It doesn't support multiple inheritence, it supports primitive data types and static members. Doesn’t support multiple inheritance: Reason is diamond problem i.e.,...

20/11/2017
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Answered on 12/02/2018 CBSE/Class 9/Science Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

A train leaves New Delhi railway station at 09:00 AM and reaches Jaipur, which is at a distance of 260... ...more
A train leaves New Delhi railway station at 09:00 AM and reaches Jaipur, which is at a distance of 260 km at 12:45 PM. The train reaches Alwar (at distance 150 km from New Delhi) at 11:30 AM and stops there for 15 minutes. i. What is the reference point for the motion of the train? ii. What is the average speed to the train between Alwar and Jaipur?

i. Changeable ii. 110 km/hr
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Answered on 16/12/2017 CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Flora is the name given to the collective plant life that grows or once grew in a certain area or during a given time period. It usually refers to the native plant life present but does include new species that have been introduced as well. Flora was a goddess of flowers and plants. In the Roman... ...more
Flora is the name given to the collective plant life that grows or once grew in a certain area or during a given time period. It usually refers to the native plant life present but does include new species that have been introduced as well. ‘Flora’ was a goddess of flowers and plants. In the Roman mythology, she was the goddess of fertility. And so, the plant kingdom came to be known as Flora. Examples: Manchineel tree, Giant redwood trees, Nepenthes, Welwitschia Mirabilis. Fauna on the other hand, is the name given to collective animal life that lives or was once found in a certain area or time period. In Latin, Fauna is derived from three different sources. Fauna by itself was the name of a Roman goddess representing fertility and the earth and Faunus was another Roman god. And then there were Fauns, which were known to be forest spirits. Examples: Coral, Southern Toadlet, Eltham copper butterfly,
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Answered on 17/11/2017 Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

You can get the direct/formal definition everywhere but you can only understand the concept if you feel it by mapping it to a real life scenario. Imagine you are riding a bike, below are the possible two variations: 1. Riding alone: You need 5 seconds (say) to reach up to 60 km/h. 2. Riding with... ...more
You can get the direct/formal definition everywhere but you can only understand the concept if you feel it by mapping it to a real life scenario. Imagine you are riding a bike, below are the possible two variations: 1. Riding alone: You need 5 seconds (say) to reach up to 60 km/h. 2. Riding with your friend: You need 8-9 seconds to reach up to 60 km/h. The difference comes because acceleration of your bike is inversely proportional to the mass on the bike i.e., in the first case, mass was less and hence acceleration was more. Similarly if we want to maintain the acceleration, then we need to apply more force on the accelerator of the bike. So, acceleration is directly proportional on the force applied on the body.
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Java Training Classes 4.3

Class Location

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Teaches

Core Java

Certification training offered

Yes

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Answers by Vivek R. (4)

Answered on 12/02/2018 CBSE/Class 9/Science Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

A train leaves New Delhi railway station at 09:00 AM and reaches Jaipur, which is at a distance of 260... ...more
A train leaves New Delhi railway station at 09:00 AM and reaches Jaipur, which is at a distance of 260 km at 12:45 PM. The train reaches Alwar (at distance 150 km from New Delhi) at 11:30 AM and stops there for 15 minutes. i. What is the reference point for the motion of the train? ii. What is the average speed to the train between Alwar and Jaipur?

i. Changeable ii. 110 km/hr
Answers 2 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 16/12/2017 CBSE/Class 9/Social Studies Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

Flora is the name given to the collective plant life that grows or once grew in a certain area or during a given time period. It usually refers to the native plant life present but does include new species that have been introduced as well. Flora was a goddess of flowers and plants. In the Roman... ...more
Flora is the name given to the collective plant life that grows or once grew in a certain area or during a given time period. It usually refers to the native plant life present but does include new species that have been introduced as well. ‘Flora’ was a goddess of flowers and plants. In the Roman mythology, she was the goddess of fertility. And so, the plant kingdom came to be known as Flora. Examples: Manchineel tree, Giant redwood trees, Nepenthes, Welwitschia Mirabilis. Fauna on the other hand, is the name given to collective animal life that lives or was once found in a certain area or time period. In Latin, Fauna is derived from three different sources. Fauna by itself was the name of a Roman goddess representing fertility and the earth and Faunus was another Roman god. And then there were Fauns, which were known to be forest spirits. Examples: Coral, Southern Toadlet, Eltham copper butterfly,
Answers 12 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 17/11/2017 Tuition/Class IX-X Tuition

You can get the direct/formal definition everywhere but you can only understand the concept if you feel it by mapping it to a real life scenario. Imagine you are riding a bike, below are the possible two variations: 1. Riding alone: You need 5 seconds (say) to reach up to 60 km/h. 2. Riding with... ...more
You can get the direct/formal definition everywhere but you can only understand the concept if you feel it by mapping it to a real life scenario. Imagine you are riding a bike, below are the possible two variations: 1. Riding alone: You need 5 seconds (say) to reach up to 60 km/h. 2. Riding with your friend: You need 8-9 seconds to reach up to 60 km/h. The difference comes because acceleration of your bike is inversely proportional to the mass on the bike i.e., in the first case, mass was less and hence acceleration was more. Similarly if we want to maintain the acceleration, then we need to apply more force on the accelerator of the bike. So, acceleration is directly proportional on the force applied on the body.
Answers 206 Comments
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Lessons (3)

Comparable vs Comparator

java.lang.Comparable java.util.Comparator For comparing some other object with its own object. Ex. I am comparing myself to some other employee. Method signature is: int compareTo (T object). For...

20/11/2017
1 0
0
ClassNotFoundException vs NoClassDefFoundError

ClassNotFoundException NoClassDefFoundError It is an exception and happens due to programmer’s mistake and can be recovered by updating the code. Thrown when an application tries...

20/11/2017
0 0
0
Java: A Quick Overview

Not purely Object Oriented: It doesn't support multiple inheritence, it supports primitive data types and static members. Doesn’t support multiple inheritance: Reason is diamond problem i.e.,...

20/11/2017
1 0
0

Vivek R. describes himself as Java Trainer. He conducts classes in Java Training. Vivek is located in Old Airport Road, Bangalore. Vivek takes at students Home and Regular Classes- at his Home. Vivek has completed Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) from Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology in 2014. He is well versed in English, Oriya and Hindi.

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