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Happiness Or Satisfaction: How To Quit Your Day Job?

Rohit Raj Verma

I have 8+ years of experience in the area of web development and application programming. I have worked...

Four years ago on a sunny April morning, I slinked into my new office building, suit slightly too big, 24-years-old and clueless. It was my first day working at a large, prestigious Organization. The first day of the career that would ostensibly define the rest of my life. I felt strangely powerful... read more

Four years ago on a sunny April morning, I slinked into my new office building, suit slightly too big, 24-years-old and clueless. It was my first day working at a large, prestigious Organization. The first day of the career that would ostensibly define the rest of my life.

I felt strangely powerful as I collected my new security badge and gained access to the sleek silver elevator. This was it. I was finally a real, live, functioning adult.

But that sense of power vanished once I was led to my new cubicle. Grey, sterile, joyless. I looked around and noted the smattering of other ambitious 20-somethings about me, awkwardly stuffed into cheap suits and business attire. Some worked furiously at their consoles, invigorated. Others slinked in their chairs, lifeless and a paper jam away from putting a shotgun in their mouth.

I would soon be one of the latter.

I sat, nervously sipping my energy drink as I waited for my new supervisor to come train me for the morning. She arrived around 8:30AM and by 9AM had shown me enough pointless procedures to make even the most drab college textbook shout with a vibrant life in my memory. I woke up at 6:30AM for this?

By 10AM I silently asked myself when the soonest I’d be able to quit would be. I was two hours into my lifelong career choice of finance and I was already contemplating an escape route. “This is not a good sign,” I thought next.

I quit six weeks later.

I would love to tell you leaving the bank was one of those movie moments, where I walked out of the office with a sly smile and Kevin Spacey fist pump. The reality is that I felt like an idiot. I trembled as I put my two weeks in to my manager. When he asked what I planned on doing instead, my shaky reply of some sort of website blog thing sounded just as ridiculous to me as it probably did to him. By lunch, the news has spread around my team. Most of them were so confused, they awkwardly avoided talking to me and didn’t say goodbye. I imagine they believed I had just flushed my future down the toilet. Part of me believed the same.

I get a lot of emails from readers asking me how I manage to travel the world without holding down a so-called “steady job.”

The short answer is the internet. Before this blog, I ran a number of websites and projects that earned some money. Then I did some freelance work. Then I wrote a book. Then people started telling me to write more stuff and jump ahead five years and about 500,000 words and here I am.

Many people dream about dropping out of the rat race. They want to let go of the career ladder and find a way to spend more time doing what they love. I wholeheartedly endorse this life decision. Although I felt stupid when I left the bank and would spend most of the next two years scared out of my mind, broke, and working all hours of the day and night, it was one of the best decisions I ever made in my life.

There’s already a lot written out there in this area: quitting your job, making money online, starting a business, vagabonding around the world, etc. A lot of it’s great. But a lot of it doesn’t talk about the emotional realities — dealing with doubt, finding the motivation, addressing the strains on your friends and relationships. I want to paint a realistic portrait of this life change. There are a lot of challenges, both mental and emotional, but I encourage you to take the leap.

WHY YOU SHOULD TERRIFY YOURSELF

Honest question. Do you love what you do?

If the answer isn’t a resounding, knee-jerk, “Yes! I live for this stuff,” then I encourage you to seriously consider doing something about it. That may sound extreme, but seriously, in 100 years you and everyone you know are going to be dead and your great-grandkids aren’t going to get misty-eyed remembering how you got that quarterly bonus or a corner office. This is your life and every breath you take is killing you. Stop screwing around.

Chances are the thought of leaving your day job terrifies you. This is normal and expected… good even.

When I left the bank that day, I had only a vague idea of what I would do. I made a little bit of money here and there online. It wasn’t anything close to a full-time living, but I knew it was a new market that was growing quickly. And with some hard work combined with my savings, I (naïvely) believed I could have a full-time business up and running within a few months.

It turned out to take almost 18 months for me to earn a full-time steady income. I went broke a number of times, was supported by my ex-partner for a time and then moved back home with my mother. For most of 2008-2009 I worked 10-16 hour days and the majority of my projects failed and made little or no money.

It was stressful to say the least.

People ask me what motivated me through this period. The answer is terror. Complete and unequivocal daily terror. I was absolutely terrified to fail. Granted there was some love in there as well (I loved my job and still do). But that’s also where the terror came from: the idea that I would never make money doing what I love; the terror that I’d have to go back to living off a job I hated; the terror that I would have wasted two years with nothing to show for it; the terror that all of my friends and family who thought I was crazy would be proven right.

This fear kept me up at nights, and more importantly kept me up at nights working.

I’ve met a number of people over the years who want to quit their jobs, to start their own businesses, to develop new streams of income. And they’re scared. Obviously. They should be. But instead of leveraging their terror into action, they spend all of their time planning and planning and planning and not doing anything.

90% of your plans are going to fail no matter what you do. Get used to it.

It’s not because we’re poor planners, it’s because there are simply too many unknowns. And the only way to uncover the unknowns and adjust for them is by getting out there and failing. So yes, you should be terrified of failing. And that is why you should do it anyway.

When I wanted to leave the bank, a number of friends and family members suggested that I continue to build my business on the side until I had a steady income. In hindsight, I think if I would have done that, I would not have made it. Giving up would have been too easy. I wouldn’t have had the time or energy necessary to do it. That ever-present fear motivating me would have been gone.

The terror that jumping in headfirst gave me was my most powerful asset. I was committed. I’d win or die trying. I sold my possessions (video games, computer, furniture, guitars — everything). I stopped most of my hobbies. I lost contact with a number of my friends. I knew all of these things would return once I became successful. But failure was not an option.

Intellect is great. Work ethic is great. Ability to adapt is definitely necessary. But you also need the emotional drive to push you to achieve your dreams. Everyone’s had the feeling where you know what you should do in your gut, feeling it and wanting it, but not having the emotional drive or wherewithal to actually get up and do it. So you continue sitting in the desk you hate day after day, year after year, waiting for something that’s never coming, trapped by your comfort and safe in your mediocrity.

Terrify yourself. Use it as your ally. Give yourself no option but your dream.

“There’s no reason to do stuff you hate. None.”

PLANNING YOUR ESCAPE

OK, that’s all well and good, but let’s talk about reality. Especially if you have kids, house payments, car payments, student loans or health problems. What do you do?

1. Sell all your useless crap and get your financial house in order. Excess possessions are counterproductive for pursuing a remote lifestyle. And they’re often counterproductive for achieving happiness in general. If you own something that is eating away at you financially (furniture, car, etc.), consider cutting your losses and getting rid of it while you can. Debt is the devil. I wrote an entire post on getting rid of excess crap you don’t need here.

Doing this may make you squirm at first. Or you may be sitting there (once again) thinking I’m a total nutcase and unrealistic and you could never get rid of your super-double-upholstered Italian sofa that just ties the room together, sell it anyway. There are a million sofas in the world, your life experiences happen once. Get on it.

In extreme cases, this may involve selling your house. That may sound insane and may be completely unreasonable for you, especially if you have a family. If so, then rent it out. Obviously mileage may vary depending on who you are and what your life circumstances are. Why be miserable and financially stuck in a house when you can be happy and free in an apartment? Boom.

2. Figure out your source of income. People seem to believe they’re trapped within the typical 9-to-5 career track, but in fact there are a lot of options. In the US, we’re rarely exposed to the options we have outside of our nation’s borders (minus the military). You just have to be willing to take some risks and work a bit harder.

An incomplete list of options to get yourself abroad and exploring the world:
  • Join a volunteer organization. If you don’t mind getting your hands dirty and putting yourself in some extreme environments, then volunteer organizations, both NGO’s and otherwise (i.e., Peace Corps) are always looking for help. You’ll most often be sent to developing countries, but some developing countries are surprisingly pleasant to live in (Thailand, Colombia, Philippines, Peru, etc.). Once you’re on the other continent, bouncing around from country to country is rarely more than a $50 bus/train/plane ticket away.
  • Teach English. The pay is low and the work is hard, but this will get you a paid trip to another continent and often with really good vacation time. Asia and Latin America are the go-to continents for this with no experience or foreign language required. If you teach in Europe, you’re going to have to know the destination language at the least. A friend of mine taught English in South Korea for six months, took the money she made and went to India for three months, then taught in the Philippines for another six months and then bounced around Southeast Asia for a while after that. Not a bad experience.
  • Find a source of mobile income. Poker. Stock/options trading. Freelancing. Consulting. Internet marketing. Blogging. Graphic/Web design. Writer/journalist. These are all professions I’ve run into on the road. These are all forms of income which can be earned regardless of location (and I’m sure I’m forgetting a few). Some of them have a steep and long learning-curve, but there’s never a better time to start than now.
  • Start an online business. This is a massive topic which other people can cover much better than I ever could, but internet startups can often be created and managed from anywhere. In fact, there are a number of startup “incubators” around the world where internet entrepreneurs congregate in places with high qualities of life and very low expenses (Chiang Mai in Thailand, Bali in Indonesia, Medellin in Colombia, etc.).
  • Convince your company to let you work remotely. Not an option for everybody, but if you’re a programmer, developer or designer, then this could be an option for you.
  • Get transferred overseas. Another option if you work for a large international corporation such as Procter and Gamble or Yahoo! is to get transferred to various locations around the world. You can often gain a lot of vacation time by working in other countries as well which will allow you to explore.
  • Find odd jobs as you travel. This is easy in some countries and impossibly hard in others. But finding jobs in hostels, bars and restaurants in cities you travel to can be done to support yourself wherever you go. A number of people do this. It takes time and effort and obviously is quite stressful, but it can be done.
  • Work on a cruise or for an airline. Seriously. These people have amazing flexibility with their time at sea and where they get to go. I met a woman who worked on a cruise in Costa Rica and she had been to over 75 countries, living in a dozen for more than six months. She was in her early 30’s. Same concept applies to working for an airline but to a lesser extent (and far more jet lag)
  • Start your entire career abroad. In a number of developing parts of the world, particularly Asia, there’s an extremely high demand for university-educated Westerners for high-paying management positions. Countries like China, Brazil, Malaysia, and Singapore, are importing a lot of western talent. Not only can a recent college graduate skip multiple rungs on the corporate ladder by moving to one of these countries, but they can see a major quality of life increase at a lower cost-of-living. Let’s just say that making $60,000 a year in Shanghai goes a LOT further than making $80,000 per year in New York City.

You can combine a number of these strategies. Sometimes you can just take off with your savings and begin to figure it out as you go. Someone can leave with their life savings, start a blog on the way, do some freelance consultant work online, work some odd jobs here and there, and by the time their savings run out, they have a modest location-independent income. But as always, Google is your friend. There’s no shortage of websites and resources on NGO’s, internet startups, marketing, expatriation, backpacking, vagabonding, etc.

3. Calculate your “Escape Velocity”. Do some research and choose your first destination(s). Do you want to try an internet startup in Asia? Work for an NGO in Central America? Backpack through Europe and pick up odd jobs on the way? A lot of people come to me and say, “I want to live abroad, how can I do it?” Well it depends where you go. You can live like a king off $1,000 in Thailand or the Philippines, or spend that much in a week in Brazil. It depends where you’re going and what you’re doing.

The other factor is your financial obligations. If you have debt back home you need to factor that in. If you have health problems, then you need to do a lot of research on that as well. The good news is if you’re an American, you’re going to save a LOT of money on health care by leaving the country.

Calculate the amount you need to earn passively per month to survive wherever you want to go. This may involve getting a job once you’re there. It may involve saving up a bunch of money now and selling stuff. It may involve creating passive streams online. Either way, budget it out so you know when you’re ready.

4. Pull the trigger. Once you know your target level of savings and/or location-independent income, work towards it with everything you have. This may involve killing your day job off immediately in order to free up more time to work for it. This may mean setting a financial goal for the day you can put your two weeks in.

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What Is PHP?

Rohit Raj Verma

I have 8+ years of experience in the area of web development and application programming. I have worked...

PHP stands for PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor PHP is a widely-used, open source scripting language PHP scripts are executed on the server PHP is free to download and use PHP files can contain text, HTML, JavaScript code, and PHP code PHP code are executed on the server, and the result is returned... read more
  • PHP stands for PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor
  • PHP is a widely-used, open source scripting language
  • PHP scripts are executed on the server
  • PHP is free to download and use
  • PHP files can contain text, HTML, JavaScript code, and PHP code
  • PHP code are executed on the server, and the result is returned to the browser as plain HTML
  • PHP files have a default file extension of “.php”
  • PHP can generate dynamic page content
  • PHP can create, open, read, write, and close files on the server
  • PHP can collect form data
  • PHP can send and receive cookies
  • PHP can add, delete, modify data in your database
  • PHP can restrict users to access some pages on your website
  • PHP can encrypt data
  • PHP runs on different platforms (Windows, Linux, Unix, Mac OS X, etc.)
  • PHP is compatible with almost all servers used today (Apache, IIS, etc.)
  • PHP has support for a wide range of databases
  • PHP is free. Download it from the official PHP resource: www.php.net
  • PHP is easy to learn and runs efficiently on the server side

 

Using PHP:

This section gathers many common errors that you may face while writing PHP scripts:

  • I cannot remember the parameter order of PHP functions, are they random?
  • I would like to write a generic PHP script that can handle data coming from any form. How do I know which POST method variables are available?
  • I need to convert all single-quotes (‘) to a backslash followed by a single-quote (\’). How can I do this with a regular expression? I’d also like to convert ” to \” and \ to \\.
  • All my ” turn into \” and my ‘ turn into \’, how do I get rid of all these unwanted backslashes? How and why did they get there?
  • How does the PHP directive register_globals affect me?
  • When I do the following, the output is printed in the wrong order: what’s going on?
  • Hey, what happened to my newlines?
  • I get the message ‘Warning: Cannot send session cookie – headers already sent…’ or ‘Cannot add header information – headers already sent…’.
  • I need to access information in the request header directly. How can I do this?
  • When I try to use authentication with IIS I get ‘No Input file specified’.
  • Windows: I can’t access files shared on another computer using IIS
  • How am I supposed to mix XML and PHP? It complains about my
Note
:
Superglobals: availability note
Superglobal arrays such as
$_GET
,
$_POST
, and
$_SERVER
, etc. are available as of PHP 4.1.0. For more information, read the manual section on
superglobals I need to convert all single-quotes (‘) to a backslash followed by a single-quote (\’). How can I do this with a regular expression? I’d also like to convert ” to \” and \ to \\.
Assuming this is for a database, use the escaping mechanism that comes with the database. For example, use
mysql_real_escape_string()
with MySQL and
pg_escape_string()
with PostgreSQL. There is also the generic
addslashes()
and
stripslashes()
functions, that are more common with older PHP code.

Note
:
directive note: magic_quotes_gpc
The
magic_quotes_gpc
directive defaults to
on
. It essentially runs
addslashes()
on all GET, POST, and COOKIE data.
stripslashes()
may be used to remove them.

All my ” turn into \” and my ‘ turn into \’, how do I get rid of all these unwanted backslashes? How and why did they get there?
Most likely the backslashes magically exist because the PHP directive
magic_quotes_gpc
is on. This is an old feature of PHP, and should be disabled and not relied upon. Also, the PHP function
stripslashes()
may be used to strip the backslashes from the
string
.
Note
:
directive note: magic_quotes_gpc
The
magic_quotes_gpc
directive defaults to
on
. It essentially runs
addslashes()
on all GET, POST, and COOKIE data.
stripslashes()
may be used to remove them.

How does the PHP directive register_globals affect me?
Warning
This feature has been
DEPRECATED
as of PHP 5.3.0 and
REMOVED
as of PHP 5.4.0.
First, an explanation about what this ini setting does. Let’s say the following URL is used:
http://example.com/foo.php?animal=cat
and in
foo.php
we might have the following PHP code:
The code above demonstrates how register_globals creates a lot of variables. For years this type of coding has been frowned upon, and for years it’s been disabled by default. So although most web hosts disable register_globals, there are still outdated articles, tutorials, and books that require it to be on. Plan accordingly.
See also the following resources for additional information:
 
Note
:

The
register_globals
directive

The
security chapter about register globals
Handling external variables
Use
superglobals
instead

In the example above, we used an
URL
that contained a QUERY_STRING. Passing information like this is done through a GET HTTP Request, so this is why the superglobal
$_GET
was used.

When I do the following, the output is printed in the wrong order:
W
hat’s going on?
To be able to use the results of your function in an expression (such as concatenating it with other strings in the example above), you need to
return
the value, not
echo
it.

Hey, what happened to my newlines?



In PHP, the ending for a block of code is either “?>” or “?>\n” (where \n means a newline). So in the example above, the echoed sentences will be on one line, because PHP omits the newlines after the block ending. This means that you need to insert an extra newline after each block of PHP code to make it print out one newline. Why does PHP do this? Because when formatting normal HTML, this usually makes your life easier because you don’t want that newline, but you’d have to create extremely long lines or otherwise make the raw page source unreadable to achieve that effect.
 

I get the message ‘Warning: Cannot send session cookie – headers already sent…’ or ‘Cannot add header information – headers already sent…’.
The functions
header()
,
setcookie()
, and the
session functions
need to add headers to the output stream but headers can only be sent before all other content. There can be no output before using these functions, output such as HTML. The function
headers_sent()
will check if your script has already sent headers and see also the
Output Control functions
.

I need to access information in the request header directly. How can I do this?
The
getallheaders()
function will do this if you are running PHP as an Apache module. So, the following bit of code will show you all the request headers:

\n";

}

?>

See also
apache_lookup_uri()
,
apache_response_headers()
, and
fsockopen()When I try to use authentication with IIS I get ‘No Input file specified’.
The security model of IIS is at fault here. This is a problem common to all CGI programs running under IIS. A workaround is to create a plain HTML file (not parsed by PHP) as the entry page into an authenticated directory. Then use a META tag to redirect to the PHP page, or have a link to the PHP page. PHP will then recognize the authentication correctly. With the ISAPI module, this is not a problem. This should not effect other NT web servers. For more information, see:
» http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q160422/
and the manual section on
HTTP Authentication
.
Windows: I can’t access files shared on another computer using IIS
You have to change the
Go to Internet Information Services
. Locate your PHP file and go to its properties. Go to the
File Security
tab,
Edit -< Anonymous access and authentication control
.You can fix the problem either by unticking
Anonymous Access
and leaving
Integrated Window Authentication
ticked, or, by ticking
Anonymous Access
and editing the user as he may not have the access right.
 
How am I supposed to mix XML and PHP? It complains about my
. The default for this directive is
On
.
Where can I find a complete list of variables are available to me in PHP?
Read the manual page on
predefined variables
as it includes a partial list of predefined variables available to your script. A complete list of available variables (and much more information) can be seen by calling the
phpinfo()
function. Be sure to read the manual section on
variables from outside of PHP
as it describes common scenarios for external variables, like from a HTML form, a Cookie, and the URL.


Note
:
register_globals: important note
As of PHP 4.2.0, the default value for the PHP directive
register_globals
is
off
. The PHP community discourages developers from relying on this directive, and encourages the use of other means, such as the
superglobals
.

How can I generate PDF files without using the non-free and commercial libraries like
PDFLib? I’d like something that’s free and doesn’t require external PDF libraries.
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PHP Intro.

Parvez Alam

I have exp of 7+ years in Php/MVC(CI) development. Also have more skills like: Php, Codeigniter, Mysql, Jquery, Ht...

What is PHP? PHP is an acronym for "PHP Hypertext Preprocessor" PHP is a widely-used, open source scripting language PHP scripts are executed on the server PHP costs nothing, it is free to download and use What is a PHP File? PHP files can contain text, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP code PHP code are... read more

What is PHP?
PHP is an acronym for "PHP Hypertext Preprocessor"
PHP is a widely-used, open source scripting language
PHP scripts are executed on the server
PHP costs nothing, it is free to download and use

What is a PHP File?
PHP files can contain text, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP code
PHP code are executed on the server, and the result is returned to the browser as plain HTML
PHP files have extension ".php"

What Can PHP Do?

PHP can generate dynamic page content
PHP can create, open, read, write, delete, and close files on the server
PHP can collect form data
PHP can send and receive cookies
PHP can add, delete, modify data in your database
PHP can restrict users to access some pages on your website
PHP can encrypt data
With PHP you are not limited to output HTML. You can output images, PDF files, and even Flash movies. You can also output any text, such as XHTML and XML.

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Benefits of Design Patterns in Application Development

Shibaji D.

I am a working professional in an IT company as a Software Application Architect. I worked at various...

Application developments is a tedious job. Programmers write code and test it again and again to make sure their software works fine. So designing complex software is a hard nut to crack. Skilled programmers do follow design patterns to make development fast. A design pattern is in fact, is a set of... read more

Benefits of Design Patterns in Application Development
Application developments is a tedious job. Programmers write code and test it again and again to make sure their software works fine. So designing complex software is a hard nut to crack. Skilled programmers do follow design patterns to make development fast.  A design pattern is in fact, is a set of rule of conventions. These rules include a list of objects used in the application and an effective description of how these objects interrelate and interact with each other. 

Developers face different problems and difficulty while planning and coding the applications .It may be possible that the problem you encounter now is encountered by another developer earlier. Design patterns allow you to exploit the experience of your predecessors.

These are benefits of using design pattern in software development:-

  1. Design patterns use object-oriented concepts like decomposition, inheritance and polymorphism.
  2. Design patterns make your lives easy as a programmer as these make possible you to get benefit from the experience and knowledge of your predecessors those have worked on the same type of project .Thus make it easy for further development of the applications.
  3. Appropriate design patterns used in development of applications make development fast and easily documented.
  4. The benefit of design patterns lies in reusability and extensibility of the already developed applications.
  5. Design patterns are more sophisticated and advance approaches than basic data structures such as arrays, linked lists, and binary trees.
  6. All design patterns use self-descriptive naming conventions and a design pattern based name of program objects captures a basic idea about the working and use of that particular object.
  7. Design pattern utilize descriptive words such as proxy, adapter, iterator, visitor, and command in the name of the objects.
  8. Design patterns improve software development process.

All Design patterns are built with objects. These objects are small and specialized ones. Functional responsibilities are varies from object to object. Big Objects delegate responsibility in a fashioned manner to smaller specialized objects. Objects those have little difference in functionality are broken and composed of smaller objects.

Five common design patterns with their benefits are listed as follows:-

  1. The singleton pattern is one of the simplest design patterns: it involves only one class which is responsible to instantiate itself, to make sure it creates not more than one instance; in the same time it provides a global point of access to that instance.
  2. The factory pattern uses factory methods to deal with the problem of creating objects. The Factory Method defines an interface for creating objects, but lets subclasses decide which classes to instantiate. Injection molding presses demonstrate this pattern.
  3. The Strategy design pattern is based on collecting the basic idea of complete application development at once. This design pattern allows you to identify the objects you need in development and interface you will require in the entire application development.
  4. The Observer design pattern is simply based on its name. It gives you liberty to describe an observed and observer relationship in the application. The rules and conventions for implementing an observed and observer class are written explicitly in this design pattern.
  5. The Cascading Bridge design pattern is a popular design pattern that describes seamless ways to implement classes. It helps developers while dealing with the API variability.

You can apply a particular design pattern that is best suit for specific software development. Design patterns give you knowledge of development tools. You can apply design patterns and experience an improvement in your software design, development, extensibility and reusability.

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if you have basic knowledge of any field. while working with any project if something found new, just learn the soluation of that problem only and contuniue your project. by this way when any problem will arise try to learn solution of particular problem. and simultiniously in this way you can learn... read more

if you have basic knowledge of any field. while working with any project if something found new, just learn the soluation of that problem only and contuniue your project. by this way when any problem will arise try to learn solution of particular problem. and simultiniously in this way you can learn new topics and can also resume your projects.

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Yes, You have option. You can Join. Xpert Infotech, New Delhi. Before going through Silverlight live project training candidate should have knowledge of given concepts listed below: Knowledge of HTML and CSS Knowledge of object oriented languages(C#, C++ etc)
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What is per hour pricing and duration for any of the following courses from three best training institutes:... read more
What is per hour pricing and duration for any of the following courses from three best training institutes: Photoshop training; Video training; PHP programming; Web Development: CSS/ Javascript programming; Android programming; Java programming? read less

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Your domain is too wide/ question is too general. I will however, be answering about Photoshop / Video editing. Top institutes offer complete courses father than charging per hour, at least most ones in India do so. However individuals do offer training on per hour basis. For Photoshop it would cost... read more
Your domain is too wide/ question is too general. I will however, be answering about Photoshop / Video editing. Top institutes offer complete courses father than charging per hour, at least most ones in India do so. However individuals do offer training on per hour basis. For Photoshop it would cost you around Rs. 1000 per session and for Photography it would cost you around Rs. 1800. Kindly note, the charges vary as per experience of the designer/photographer. read less
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