Murali Krishna

Manikonda, Hyderabad, India - 500089

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Murali Krishna

Manikonda, Hyderabad, India- 500089.

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Having 13+ years of experience in oracle plsql,unix,informatica ,Core java,JDBC,JSP,Servlets and JAVA script.

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Andhara university 2004

Master of Computer Applications (M.C.A.)

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4.8 out of 5.0 30 reviews

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09 Oct, 2017

Shaik Mohaseen attended Oracle Training

"He is a master in Database Concepts. Has the keen knowledge of guiding the team to the successful path. It is rare to find a talented person like him. "

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24 Sep, 2017

Jivesh Ranjan Sarkar attended Oracle Training

"He is the best tutor I have ever seen. The best part of this is the way of solving the problem and conceptual understanding. It is amazing how they are connecting prospective students. He is the expert in the Oracle/ Database. "

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19 Sep, 2017

Naga Raju attended Oracle Training

"I have trained Oracle and Unix under Murali. Murali is the best Oracle PLSQL and unix trainer. The course content, instructions are very clear with ample of examples. He will explain more real time examples with advanced topics. He gave excellent support while training and resume preparation. I recommend to take the training from Murali for better understanding the concepts of DB and Unix and he is helping me after completed my course. Once Again Thank you so much Murali. "

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18 Sep, 2017

Raghavendra Rao attended Unix Shell Scripting Training

"He has provide excellent training to me on Unix Shell Script. He is very friendly trainer and more helpful person. He has helped and guided me to solve few of my real time problems which I am facing. He is a right trainer to take training on Unix . He is offering the courses for very low prices. Thanks Murali for your Training and support. "

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Lessons (1)

How To Create The Java Souce In Oracle PLSQL?

Requirement: How to find the list of files in specified directory? Step1 : First find the JDK Install or not in the oracle, to find jdk version please run the below sql. SELECT dbms_java.get_ojvm_property(PROPSTRING=>'java.version')...

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Answered on 07/09/2017 IT Courses/Java

Running a Java Program from Command Prompt ------------------------------ Create a temporary folder C:\mywork. Using Notepad or another text editor, create a small Java file HelloWorld.java with the following text: public class HelloWorld { public static void main(String args) { System.out.println("Hello,... ...more
Running a Java Program from Command Prompt ------------------------------ Create a temporary folder C:\mywork. Using Notepad or another text editor, create a small Java file HelloWorld.java with the following text: public class HelloWorld { public static void main(String[] args) { System.out.println("Hello, World!"); } } Save your file as HelloWorld.java in C:\mywork. To make sure your file name is HeloWorld.java, (not HelloWorld.java.txt), first choose "Save as file type:" All files, then type in the file name HelloWorld.java. Run Command Prompt (found under All Programs/Accessories in the Start menu). Type C:\> cd \mywork This makes C:\mywork the current directory. C:\mywork> dir This displays the directory contents. You should see HelloWorld.java among the files. C:\mywork> set path=%path%;C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_51\bin (use the JDK folder for the version installed on your system). This tells the system where to find JDK programs. C:\mywork> javac HelloWorld.java This runs javac.exe, the compiler. You should see nothing but the next system prompt... C:\mywork> dir javac has created the HelloWorld.class file. You should see HelloWorld.java and HelloWorld.class among the files. C:\mywork> java HelloWorld This runs the Java interpreter. You should see the program output: Hello, World! If the system cannot find javac, check the set path command.
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Could please check my course content. if you are intersted please call this number 98860 88149 I. Introduction 1. What is Java 2. Installation java and setup the environment variable 3. Java history 4. Java features 5. Java programming format 6. Difference between JDK, JRE and JVM 6. Java Tokens 7.... ...more
Could please check my course content. if you are intersted please call this number 98860 88149 I. Introduction 1. What is Java 2. Installation java and setup the environment variable 3. Java history 4. Java features 5. Java programming format 6. Difference between JDK, JRE and JVM 6. Java Tokens 7. Java Statements 8. Java Data Types 9. Typecasting 10. Arrays II. OOPS 1. Introduction 2. Class 3. Object '4. Control Statements 4. Static Keywords 5. Constructors 6. This Key Word 7. Inheritance 8. Super Key Word 9. Polymorphism (Over Loading & Over Riding) 10. Abstraction 11. Encapsulation 12. Abstract Classes 13. Interfaces III. STRING MANIPULATIONS 1. String 2. String Buffer 3. String Tokenizer III. Java Regex 1.Regular Expression Character 2. Regular Expression Quantifiers 3.Regular Expression Metacharacters IV. PACKAGES 1. Introduction to all predefined packages 2. User Defined Packages 3. Access Specifiers V. EXCEPTION HANDLING 1. Introduction 2. Pre Defined Exceptions 3. Try-Catch-Finally 4. Throws, throw 5. User Defined Exception examples VI. MULTITHREADING 1. Thread Creations 2. Thread Life Cycle 3. Life Cycle Methods 4. Synchronization 5. Wait() notify() notify all() methods VII. I/O STREAMS 1. Introduction 2. Byte-oriented streams 3. Character – oriented streams 4. File 5. Random-access file 6. Serialization VIII. NETWORKING 1. Introduction 2. Socket, Server socket 3. Client –Server Communication IX. WRAPPERCLASSES 1. Introduction 2. Byte, Short, Integer, Long, Float, Double, Character, Boolean classes. X. COLLECTION FRAME WORK 1. Introduction 2. Util Package interfaces, List, Set, Map 3. List interface 7 its classes 4. Set interface & its classes 5. Map interface & its classes XI.INNER CLASSES 1. Introduction 2. Member inner class 3. Static inner class 4. Local inner class 5. Anonymous inner class XII. AWT 1. Introduction 2. Components 3. Event-Delegation-Model 4. Listeners 5. Layouts 6. Individual components Lable, Button, CheckBox, Radio Button. 7. Choice, List, Menu, Text Field, Text Area XV. SWING(JFC) 1. Introduction Diff b/w awt and swing 2. Components hierarchy 3. Panes 4. Individual Swings components Jlabel 5. JButton, JTextField, JTextAres. XVI. JDBC 1. How to connect the database. 2. Manuplate the data 3. Select the data XVI. New Features in Java
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Hi Priya, please go for core java and oracle PL SQL or any database should know the knowledge. if u have database knowledge easily survey in IT because most of projects are support in this case database knowledge is required to fix the data. Thanks, Murali
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How do I use API for Java?

Typically APIs are packaged in so-called JARs, which stands for Java ARchive. Import the relevant package in your files where you use the API. but u should know how to know based on oracle document.
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this is a keyword in Java. It can be used inside the Method or constructor of Class. It(this) works as a reference to the current Object whose Method or constructor is being invoked.
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i have 12+years experience in ORACLEPLSQL AND UNIX. and providing recorded video's Course: oracle plsql Fee: Rs 3000/- (Recorded Videos +material) Course: UNIX Fee: Rs 1000/- (Recorded Videos +material)

Unix Shell Scripting Training classes 4.8

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Years of Experience in Unix Shell Scripting Training classes

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Answers by Murali (7)

Answered on 07/09/2017 IT Courses/Java

Running a Java Program from Command Prompt ------------------------------ Create a temporary folder C:\mywork. Using Notepad or another text editor, create a small Java file HelloWorld.java with the following text: public class HelloWorld { public static void main(String args) { System.out.println("Hello,... ...more
Running a Java Program from Command Prompt ------------------------------ Create a temporary folder C:\mywork. Using Notepad or another text editor, create a small Java file HelloWorld.java with the following text: public class HelloWorld { public static void main(String[] args) { System.out.println("Hello, World!"); } } Save your file as HelloWorld.java in C:\mywork. To make sure your file name is HeloWorld.java, (not HelloWorld.java.txt), first choose "Save as file type:" All files, then type in the file name HelloWorld.java. Run Command Prompt (found under All Programs/Accessories in the Start menu). Type C:\> cd \mywork This makes C:\mywork the current directory. C:\mywork> dir This displays the directory contents. You should see HelloWorld.java among the files. C:\mywork> set path=%path%;C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_51\bin (use the JDK folder for the version installed on your system). This tells the system where to find JDK programs. C:\mywork> javac HelloWorld.java This runs javac.exe, the compiler. You should see nothing but the next system prompt... C:\mywork> dir javac has created the HelloWorld.class file. You should see HelloWorld.java and HelloWorld.class among the files. C:\mywork> java HelloWorld This runs the Java interpreter. You should see the program output: Hello, World! If the system cannot find javac, check the set path command.
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Answered on 07/09/2017 IT Courses/Java

Could please check my course content. if you are intersted please call this number 98860 88149 I. Introduction 1. What is Java 2. Installation java and setup the environment variable 3. Java history 4. Java features 5. Java programming format 6. Difference between JDK, JRE and JVM 6. Java Tokens 7.... ...more
Could please check my course content. if you are intersted please call this number 98860 88149 I. Introduction 1. What is Java 2. Installation java and setup the environment variable 3. Java history 4. Java features 5. Java programming format 6. Difference between JDK, JRE and JVM 6. Java Tokens 7. Java Statements 8. Java Data Types 9. Typecasting 10. Arrays II. OOPS 1. Introduction 2. Class 3. Object '4. Control Statements 4. Static Keywords 5. Constructors 6. This Key Word 7. Inheritance 8. Super Key Word 9. Polymorphism (Over Loading & Over Riding) 10. Abstraction 11. Encapsulation 12. Abstract Classes 13. Interfaces III. STRING MANIPULATIONS 1. String 2. String Buffer 3. String Tokenizer III. Java Regex 1.Regular Expression Character 2. Regular Expression Quantifiers 3.Regular Expression Metacharacters IV. PACKAGES 1. Introduction to all predefined packages 2. User Defined Packages 3. Access Specifiers V. EXCEPTION HANDLING 1. Introduction 2. Pre Defined Exceptions 3. Try-Catch-Finally 4. Throws, throw 5. User Defined Exception examples VI. MULTITHREADING 1. Thread Creations 2. Thread Life Cycle 3. Life Cycle Methods 4. Synchronization 5. Wait() notify() notify all() methods VII. I/O STREAMS 1. Introduction 2. Byte-oriented streams 3. Character – oriented streams 4. File 5. Random-access file 6. Serialization VIII. NETWORKING 1. Introduction 2. Socket, Server socket 3. Client –Server Communication IX. WRAPPERCLASSES 1. Introduction 2. Byte, Short, Integer, Long, Float, Double, Character, Boolean classes. X. COLLECTION FRAME WORK 1. Introduction 2. Util Package interfaces, List, Set, Map 3. List interface 7 its classes 4. Set interface & its classes 5. Map interface & its classes XI.INNER CLASSES 1. Introduction 2. Member inner class 3. Static inner class 4. Local inner class 5. Anonymous inner class XII. AWT 1. Introduction 2. Components 3. Event-Delegation-Model 4. Listeners 5. Layouts 6. Individual components Lable, Button, CheckBox, Radio Button. 7. Choice, List, Menu, Text Field, Text Area XV. SWING(JFC) 1. Introduction Diff b/w awt and swing 2. Components hierarchy 3. Panes 4. Individual Swings components Jlabel 5. JButton, JTextField, JTextAres. XVI. JDBC 1. How to connect the database. 2. Manuplate the data 3. Select the data XVI. New Features in Java
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Hi Priya, please go for core java and oracle PL SQL or any database should know the knowledge. if u have database knowledge easily survey in IT because most of projects are support in this case database knowledge is required to fix the data. Thanks, Murali
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Answered on 06/09/2017 IT Courses/Java

How do I use API for Java?

Typically APIs are packaged in so-called JARs, which stands for Java ARchive. Import the relevant package in your files where you use the API. but u should know how to know based on oracle document.
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Answered on 06/09/2017 IT Courses/Java

this is a keyword in Java. It can be used inside the Method or constructor of Class. It(this) works as a reference to the current Object whose Method or constructor is being invoked.
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Lessons (1)

How To Create The Java Souce In Oracle PLSQL?

Requirement: How to find the list of files in specified directory? Step1 : First find the JDK Install or not in the oracle, to find jdk version please run the below sql. SELECT dbms_java.get_ojvm_property(PROPSTRING=>'java.version')...

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Murali Krishna conducts classes in Big Data, Database Training and Oracle Training. Murali is located in Manikonda, Hyderabad. Murali takes at students Home, Regular Classes- at his Home and Online Classes- via online medium. He has 12 years of teaching experience . Murali has completed Master of Computer Applications (M.C.A.) from Andhara university in 2004. He is well versed in English and Telugu. Murali has got 30 reviews till now with 100% positive feedback.

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