Prakash Kumar

Mahanagar, Lucknow, India - 226006

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Prakash Kumar

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Mahanagar, Lucknow, India - 226006.

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I am an experienced, qualified Trainer and tutor with over 5 years of experience in teaching Maths and Computer Programming, across different boards including State Board and University . Passionate about solving mathematical problems , over the years I have helped thousands of students overcome their fear of Maths and Computer Programming. So far, I have worked as a Computer Trainer with BracesZone Solutions Pvt Ltd (Lucknow).
I also noticed that I have a huge experience of developing Magento Modules, Theme Implementations, Server configurations, payment Gateway integration etc.

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English Proficient

Bengali Proficient

Hindi Proficient

Bhojpuri Proficient

Education

SHIATS 2014

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.)

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Mahanagar, Lucknow, India - 226006

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Years of Experience in BCA Tuition

5

BCA Subject

Network Programming and Administration , Business Communication , Computer Basics and PC Software , Operating System Concepts and Networking Management , Object Oriented Technologies, C Language Programming, Digital Electronics, Mathematics, English, Business Organization , Programming in C++ , Assembly Language Programming, Accountancy, E-Commerce , Java Programming, Web Programming, Unix Shell programming, Software Engineering , Data structures, IT, Internet Concepts and Web Design , Problem Solving and Programming , Data Communication and Networks, Algorithm Design , Computer Networks

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Regular Classes, Crash Course

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One on one/ Private Tutions, Group Classes

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No

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Answered on 24/09/2018 IT Courses/Programming Languages/PHP

What is a solution to the "Not Allowed to Load Local Resources" problem in PHP?

The problem is probably because of the slashes used, try with D:\vid\mov\ (use backward slash instead of forward slash), also do check the permissions for the file, is it read only, read-write etc. Hope it helps! ...more

The problem is probably because of the slashes used, try with D:\vid\mov\ (use backward slash instead of forward slash), also do check the permissions for the file, is it read only, read-write etc. 

Hope it helps!

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Answered on 24/09/2018 IT Courses/Programming Languages/PHP

Why do some people still use pure PHP if there are so many incredible PHP frameworks like Laravel?

I still use vanilla PHP for create a website, but for company we use the latest Symfony 4 just because of simple, easy to use, enterprise ready and great for collaboration with other developers. Back to pure/vanilla PHP. I use it because of: Simple, yes it’s simple, quick, fast and easy to... ...more

I still use vanilla PHP for create a website, but for company we use the latest Symfony 4 just because of simple, easy to use, enterprise ready and great for collaboration with other developers.

Back to pure/vanilla PHP. I use it because of:

  1. Simple, yes it’s simple, quick, fast and easy to use. Especially if your project only a one-man-show project. You know everything and you control everything.
  2. Fast, sometimes framework is just make everything complicated, in the term of learning curve. We have to learn the framework convention, standard, behaviour and configuration. But this is will be easy to tackle if you understand pure PHP, understand how HTTP works, how other component that used by the framework (composer, webpack etc etc)

Routing? I just create routing on Nginx/Apache/webserver level and throw it to a PHP script.

Multiple database access? I just use pure connection as many as I want. Usually in framework we have to learn first how to use multiple database connection, each framework sometimes use different way/configuration.

Caching? Just use any platform you want and install the PHP extension for it. No need play with composer install etc.

PHP Version upgrade? No problem, just yum update or apt-get upgrade and mostly it will run smooth because you know the code and if there is incompatibility just quickly found just only looking into error log. If using framework sometimes upgrading PHP version will not work. But it depend on your use case. Before upgrade you have to read the docs whether you use framework or vanilla PHP hahah.

But when I use vanilla PHP I just worry about security, since security is very depend on developer knowledge about the system.

So I think you are good if you can solve/create solution by using vanilla PHP or framework. But for me I love working with vanilla PHP when only me as a developer of the project hahahaha.

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Answered on 24/09/2018 IT Courses/Programming Languages/PHP

If I learn Java EE, will I need to learn PHP later for something that Java can not do?

Don’t think Java, or in general any one language, as the final solution to your problems. There was a time when JavaEE was considered as the best solution to your enterprise problems. Then came Spring and everybody went ga-ga over Spring in a short span of time. Now we have Spring Boot which is... ...more

Don’t think Java, or in general any one language, as the final solution to your problems.

There was a time when JavaEE was considered as the best solution to your enterprise problems. Then came Spring and everybody went ga-ga over Spring in a short span of time. Now we have Spring Boot which is deemed as even better and simpler solution of Enterprise application problems.

In case of PHP and Java however, I believe there isn’t anything that PHP can do which Java can’t. If you are well verse in Java then you can do everything any PHP developer will do and much more than that. Focus on Java and you won’t need PHP.

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Answered on 24/09/2018 IT Courses/Programming Languages/PHP

Why do Python programmers hate PHP?

I am a Python programmer who started learning about web programming using PHP. I probably have a say in this topic (even if I don’t hate PHP). Correct me if anything here is wrong or imprecise. First, let’s say PHP and Python are languages designed for different purposes. While PHP is mostly... ...more

I am a Python programmer who started learning about web programming using PHP. I probably have a say in this topic (even if I don’t hate PHP). Correct me if anything here is wrong or imprecise.

First, let’s say PHP and Python are languages designed for different purposes. While PHP is mostly useful in web programming, Python is a Swiss Army knife which can be used in a wide range of scenarios covering almost everything, including web programming. That is why they have different syntaxes, styles and libraries. Since Python is a multifunctional language, it looks more like other general programming languages than PHP, while PHP has some convenient syntaxes specifically for web programming. Those syntaxes may not cater to general programmers when they are used to the Python style, which is probably why people think PHP is ugly.

But to be honest, PHP was one of the mainstream languages for the web about 10 years ago, which is when I started learning web programming. If you have ever lived in that era, you know there were other similar languages such as ASP and JSP. That was a time when webpages started going from static to dynamic, and the most obvious way to do that is to embed dynamic content into the static one. That’s why people embed PHP, ASP and JSP in HTML pages. It’s not quite easy to imagine how Python can be embedded in such a way. After all, Python is not designed for that purpose.

Then you would probably wonder why Python plays a role in web programming nowadays. I think that’s because people now have modern ways of writing manageable, extensible and scalable web applications with the help from template engines, just as they were writing general applications. People now put more effort on the architect and application logic rather than page rendering. Those tasks are delegated to template engines. As a result, fully-featured languages get popular in web programming because they do better in other parts of the website and equally well (or better) even in page rendering. Developers no longer need to “embed” a dynamic language into a static HTML, which they think is a ugly way of doing things. But that is the very style of PHP, ASP and JSP. Considering the fact that more and more people now use Python as their first language to study programming, it’s understandable that they feel uncomfortable with something that looks drastically different.

But is that a hate? It probably depends. I’ve met programmers who publicly scoff at PHP. However, as a Python programmer, I don’t hate PHP even if most of my work is done with Python these days. I still use PHP if I want to serve something dynamic quickly. There doesn’t seem to be a quicker way of web prototyping. After all, PHP is designed for the web.

Language wars are stupid. Languages are designed for different purposes to satisfy people’s different needs. If a language becomes entirely useless, then programmers will migrate to other languages and that language will die. There doesn’t have to be a hate or a war. If a language is still alive, then it must be useful somewhere. Programmers shouldn’t be forced to use certain languages. Pick what you like and like what you pick.

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Answered on 24/09/2018 IT Courses/Programming Languages/PHP

Why is Django better than PHP?

Django is quite a lot faster than PHP.
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BCA Tuition 5.0

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in BCA Tuition

5

BCA Subject

Network Programming and Administration , Business Communication , Computer Basics and PC Software , Operating System Concepts and Networking Management , Object Oriented Technologies, C Language Programming, Digital Electronics, Mathematics, English, Business Organization , Programming in C++ , Assembly Language Programming, Accountancy, E-Commerce , Java Programming, Web Programming, Unix Shell programming, Software Engineering , Data structures, IT, Internet Concepts and Web Design , Problem Solving and Programming , Data Communication and Networks, Algorithm Design , Computer Networks

Type of class

Regular Classes, Crash Course

Class strength catered to

One on one/ Private Tutions, Group Classes

Taught in School or College

No

C Language Classes 5.0

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in C Language Classes

5

C++ Language Classes 5.0

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in C++ Language Classes

5

Proficiency level taught

Advanced C++, Basic C++

Engineering Diploma Tuition 5.0

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Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Engineering Diploma Tuition

5

Information Technology Engineering Diploma Subject

Object Oriented Modelling and Design, Industrial Projects, Windows Programming, Multimedia and Animation Techniques, Systems Programming, Communication Techniques, Computer Architecture & Maintenance, Software Testing, Embedded System, Advanced Web Technology, Object Oriented Programming, Data Structure, Java Programming, Network Management and Administration, Computer Networks, Digital Techniques, Relational Data Base Management Systems, Management Information Systems, Software Engineering, Microprocessor & Programming, Operating System, Advanced Java Programming, Entrepreneurship Development

Engineering Diploma Branch

Information Technology Engineering Diploma, Computer Engineering Diploma

Computer Engineering Diploma Subject

Applied Mathematics, Digital Techniques, Programming Windows in VC++, Advanced Java Programming, Computer Hardware and Maintenace, Microprocessor and Programming, Environmental Studies, Computer Network, Embedded System, Linux Programming, Advanced Microprocessor, Electrical Technology, Relational Database Management Systems, Network Management Administration, Operating System, Graphical User Interface (GUI), Software Testing, Computer Graphics, Behavioral Science, Basics of C Programming, Network Programming, Data Structure Using 'C', Object Oriented Programming, Java Programming, Computer Security, Entrepreneurship Development, Software Engineering, Professional Practices

Type of class

Regular Classes, Crash Course

Class strength catered to

Group Classes

Taught in School or College

No

BTech Tuition 5.0

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in BTech Tuition

5

BTech Computer Science subjects

Types of Database Systems, Unix Network Programming, Mobile Application Development, Information Security, Computer Graphics and Multimedia, Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Machine Intelligence, Internet Technology and Applications, Machine Learning, Game Programming, Computer Architecture, Data Structures and Algorithms, Java Programming, Object Oriented Programming & Systems, Big Data Analytics, Protocol Engineering, Software Engineering and Architecture, Artificial Intelligence, Data Communication, Multimedia and Virtual Reality, Linux Programming, Database Management Systems, Web Engineering, Simulation and Modelling, Storage Device and Technology, Bioinformatics, Data Warehouse and Data Mining, Compiler Design, Computer Organization & Design, Network Processors, Software Testing and Analysis, Object Technology, Network security, Computer Hardware, Software Quality Assurance, Microprocessors, Switching Circuits & Logic Design, Natural Language Processing, Software Project Management, Wireless Networks, Information Retrieval, Programming in C#, Virtual Reality Technologies, Types and Optimization of Computing Systems, Computer Networks, Network Management & Design, Design Of Digital Systems, Social Network Analysis, Number Theory and Cryptography, Combinatorics

BTech Branch

BTech Computer Science Engineering, BTech Information Science Engineering

BTech Information Science subjects

Computer Networks, Design & Analysis of Algorithms, Artificial Intelligence, Data Warehousing and Data Mining, Design and Development of Web Applications, Web Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Computer Vision, Next Generation Telecom Networks, Object Oriented Programming, Principles of Data Communication, Internet of Things, Information &Web Security, Mobile Computing, Multimedia Communication, Natural Computing, Software Engineering, Data Structures and Algorithms, Embedded Systems, Operating Systems, Neural Network and Fuzzy Logic, Software Defined Networking, Semantic Web, Computer Organization & Microprocessor Systems, Software Project and Quality Management, Internet Tools &Technology, Human Computer Interaction, Computer Graphics and Animation, Software Reliability, Database Systems, Software Architecture, Big Data Analytics, Business Intelligence, Operations and Systems Management, Pattern Recognition, Social Network Analytics, Machine Learning, Digital Systems, Distributed Systems

Type of class

Regular Classes, Crash Course

Class strength catered to

Group Classes

Taught in School or College

No

PHP Classes 5.0

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in PHP Classes

5

Teaches

Php MySQL, Php AJAX, Advanced PHP, PHP Web 2.0, PHP Realtime Project, PHP CMS

Magento eCommerce Training 5.0

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Magento eCommerce Training

5

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Answers by Prakash Kumar (6)

Answered on 24/09/2018 IT Courses/Programming Languages/PHP

What is a solution to the "Not Allowed to Load Local Resources" problem in PHP?

The problem is probably because of the slashes used, try with D:\vid\mov\ (use backward slash instead of forward slash), also do check the permissions for the file, is it read only, read-write etc. Hope it helps! ...more

The problem is probably because of the slashes used, try with D:\vid\mov\ (use backward slash instead of forward slash), also do check the permissions for the file, is it read only, read-write etc. 

Hope it helps!

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Answered on 24/09/2018 IT Courses/Programming Languages/PHP

Why do some people still use pure PHP if there are so many incredible PHP frameworks like Laravel?

I still use vanilla PHP for create a website, but for company we use the latest Symfony 4 just because of simple, easy to use, enterprise ready and great for collaboration with other developers. Back to pure/vanilla PHP. I use it because of: Simple, yes it’s simple, quick, fast and easy to... ...more

I still use vanilla PHP for create a website, but for company we use the latest Symfony 4 just because of simple, easy to use, enterprise ready and great for collaboration with other developers.

Back to pure/vanilla PHP. I use it because of:

  1. Simple, yes it’s simple, quick, fast and easy to use. Especially if your project only a one-man-show project. You know everything and you control everything.
  2. Fast, sometimes framework is just make everything complicated, in the term of learning curve. We have to learn the framework convention, standard, behaviour and configuration. But this is will be easy to tackle if you understand pure PHP, understand how HTTP works, how other component that used by the framework (composer, webpack etc etc)

Routing? I just create routing on Nginx/Apache/webserver level and throw it to a PHP script.

Multiple database access? I just use pure connection as many as I want. Usually in framework we have to learn first how to use multiple database connection, each framework sometimes use different way/configuration.

Caching? Just use any platform you want and install the PHP extension for it. No need play with composer install etc.

PHP Version upgrade? No problem, just yum update or apt-get upgrade and mostly it will run smooth because you know the code and if there is incompatibility just quickly found just only looking into error log. If using framework sometimes upgrading PHP version will not work. But it depend on your use case. Before upgrade you have to read the docs whether you use framework or vanilla PHP hahah.

But when I use vanilla PHP I just worry about security, since security is very depend on developer knowledge about the system.

So I think you are good if you can solve/create solution by using vanilla PHP or framework. But for me I love working with vanilla PHP when only me as a developer of the project hahahaha.

Answers 2 Comments
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Answered on 24/09/2018 IT Courses/Programming Languages/PHP

If I learn Java EE, will I need to learn PHP later for something that Java can not do?

Don’t think Java, or in general any one language, as the final solution to your problems. There was a time when JavaEE was considered as the best solution to your enterprise problems. Then came Spring and everybody went ga-ga over Spring in a short span of time. Now we have Spring Boot which is... ...more

Don’t think Java, or in general any one language, as the final solution to your problems.

There was a time when JavaEE was considered as the best solution to your enterprise problems. Then came Spring and everybody went ga-ga over Spring in a short span of time. Now we have Spring Boot which is deemed as even better and simpler solution of Enterprise application problems.

In case of PHP and Java however, I believe there isn’t anything that PHP can do which Java can’t. If you are well verse in Java then you can do everything any PHP developer will do and much more than that. Focus on Java and you won’t need PHP.

Answers 2 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 24/09/2018 IT Courses/Programming Languages/PHP

Why do Python programmers hate PHP?

I am a Python programmer who started learning about web programming using PHP. I probably have a say in this topic (even if I don’t hate PHP). Correct me if anything here is wrong or imprecise. First, let’s say PHP and Python are languages designed for different purposes. While PHP is mostly... ...more

I am a Python programmer who started learning about web programming using PHP. I probably have a say in this topic (even if I don’t hate PHP). Correct me if anything here is wrong or imprecise.

First, let’s say PHP and Python are languages designed for different purposes. While PHP is mostly useful in web programming, Python is a Swiss Army knife which can be used in a wide range of scenarios covering almost everything, including web programming. That is why they have different syntaxes, styles and libraries. Since Python is a multifunctional language, it looks more like other general programming languages than PHP, while PHP has some convenient syntaxes specifically for web programming. Those syntaxes may not cater to general programmers when they are used to the Python style, which is probably why people think PHP is ugly.

But to be honest, PHP was one of the mainstream languages for the web about 10 years ago, which is when I started learning web programming. If you have ever lived in that era, you know there were other similar languages such as ASP and JSP. That was a time when webpages started going from static to dynamic, and the most obvious way to do that is to embed dynamic content into the static one. That’s why people embed PHP, ASP and JSP in HTML pages. It’s not quite easy to imagine how Python can be embedded in such a way. After all, Python is not designed for that purpose.

Then you would probably wonder why Python plays a role in web programming nowadays. I think that’s because people now have modern ways of writing manageable, extensible and scalable web applications with the help from template engines, just as they were writing general applications. People now put more effort on the architect and application logic rather than page rendering. Those tasks are delegated to template engines. As a result, fully-featured languages get popular in web programming because they do better in other parts of the website and equally well (or better) even in page rendering. Developers no longer need to “embed” a dynamic language into a static HTML, which they think is a ugly way of doing things. But that is the very style of PHP, ASP and JSP. Considering the fact that more and more people now use Python as their first language to study programming, it’s understandable that they feel uncomfortable with something that looks drastically different.

But is that a hate? It probably depends. I’ve met programmers who publicly scoff at PHP. However, as a Python programmer, I don’t hate PHP even if most of my work is done with Python these days. I still use PHP if I want to serve something dynamic quickly. There doesn’t seem to be a quicker way of web prototyping. After all, PHP is designed for the web.

Language wars are stupid. Languages are designed for different purposes to satisfy people’s different needs. If a language becomes entirely useless, then programmers will migrate to other languages and that language will die. There doesn’t have to be a hate or a war. If a language is still alive, then it must be useful somewhere. Programmers shouldn’t be forced to use certain languages. Pick what you like and like what you pick.

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Answered on 24/09/2018 IT Courses/Programming Languages/PHP

Why is Django better than PHP?

Django is quite a lot faster than PHP.
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Prakash Kumar describes himself as Trainer. He conducts classes in BCA Tuition, BTech Tuition and C Language. Prakash is located in Mahanagar, Lucknow. Prakash takes at students Home and Regular Classes- at his Home. He has 5 years of teaching experience . Prakash has completed Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) from SHIATS in 2014. HeĀ is well versed in English, Bengali, Hindi and Bhojpuri.

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