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Yashwanth Sagar

Chandra Nagar, Hyderabad, India - 500055

Yashwanth Sagar React JS trainer in Hyderabad

Yashwanth Sagar

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Chandra Nagar, Hyderabad, India - 500055.

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I started off teaching at a small institute near my home, and that experience helped me work with one of the leading computer training institutes in India, Orbit Technologies (ISO 9001:2000) certified. As of now, I've been into teaching for more than 3 years and i would like to use my skill of teaching such as bringing the plain old teaching practices and the modern technical practices together. I've been teaching for various age groups; children, youngsters, and the elders. The best part being having no negative reviews in the past 3 years. I don't think myself as a teacher, rather I tend to fall to the student's level and that's where sharing the knowledge actually starts. I believe in sharing knowledge, and I like to give the best of myself. I don't expect many things from people, but people can expect one thing from me: the knowledge, and if you ask me something, and I don't know about it, I'm never gonna skip that off and I'm gonna know about it and would give my best to explain it.

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JNTU 2013

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.)

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React JS Training

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Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in React JS Training

3

Teaching Experience in detail in React JS Training

I'm a full stack web developer and a part time trainer teaching web development using NodeJS and various frontend frameworks like React js, Vue js, backbone js. Being in the corporate sector, and with good teaching skills, I'm well versed with latest technologies which give me a chance to share how exactly the corporate sector in software works.

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I teach React JS Class.

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3. How many years of experience do you have?

I have been teaching for 3 years.

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Answered on 10/12/2015 IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

Me. I'll give you the best of programming experiences.
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Answered on 22/12/2014 IT Courses/Java

Java has a wide range of applications ranging from handheld devices to web applications. Advanced Java (a name used in contrast to Java 2 Enterprise Edition) can be used to develop Enterprise applications. Those applications that are dynamic and can run on wide range of devices like computers, mobile... ...more
Java has a wide range of applications ranging from handheld devices to web applications. Advanced Java (a name used in contrast to Java 2 Enterprise Edition) can be used to develop Enterprise applications. Those applications that are dynamic and can run on wide range of devices like computers, mobile phones, etc. In here, you would be learning to program the front-end and the back-end of a system's architecture, and also learn how to connect the both using the concepts of JDBC. Any more queries, you can contact me. 24X7 available to help you.
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Answered on 22/12/2014 IT Courses/Java

To understand 'transient' you must first understand serialization. Serialization is the process of making the object s state persistent. That means the state of the object is converted into stream of bytes and stored in a file. In the same way we can use the de-serialization concept to bring back the... ...more
To understand 'transient' you must first understand serialization. Serialization is the process of making the object’s state persistent. That means the state of the object is converted into stream of bytes and stored in a file. In the same way we can use the de-serialization concept to bring back the object’s state from bytes. This is one of the important concept in Java programming because this serialization is mostly used in the networking programming. The object’s which are needed to be transmitted through network have to be converted into bytes and for that purpose every class or interface must implement 'Serializable' interface. It is a marker interface without any methods. The keyword 'transient' in Java is used to indicate that the variable shouldn't be serialized. By default all the variables of a class that implements Serializable are in persistent state. In some cases, you may want to avoid persisting some variables because you don’t have the necessity to transfer across the network. So, you can declare those variables as transient. If the variable is declared as transient, then it will not be persistent.
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Answered on 22/12/2014 IT Courses/Java

Consider this: class ThisDemo { int a,b,c; public ThisDemo(int a, int b) { this.a=a; //this.a means the class's instance variable. simple 'a' means the parameter this.b=b; } public void sum() { c=a+b; System.out.println("Sum="+c); } } Now, in this class, there are a few instance... ...more
Consider this: class ThisDemo { int a,b,c; public ThisDemo(int a, int b) { this.a=a; //this.a means the class's instance variable. simple 'a' means the parameter this.b=b; } public void sum() { c=a+b; System.out.println("Sum="+c); } } Now, in this class, there are a few instance variables (a,b,c), a constructor, and a method sum(). The constructor, as we know can be used to initialize the instance variables on a class. If you'd notice, it is a parameterised constructor, and the parameters have the same names as that of instance variables. To initialize the instance variables of the class, you'd certainly want to refer them in the constructor. But you can't write a=a and b=b, coz that doesn't make sense. 'a' & 'b' inside the constructor means the parameters of the constructor. 'this' keyword comes in handy here. If you want to refer to the instance variables of the class, then you can use the 'this' keyword when the instance variable names and the parameter names of a method/constructor are same.
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Answered on 22/12/2014 IT Courses/Java

This is done in case of Abstract Classes. An Abstract Class is something that hides some implementations (method details). Suppose, for example, you would like to create a class that tells what an object will do without specifying how the object does that, letting it for the child classes to provide... ...more
This is done in case of Abstract Classes. An Abstract Class is something that hides some implementations (method details). Suppose, for example, you would like to create a class that tells what an object will do without specifying how the object does that, letting it for the child classes to provide their implementations to this method accordingly, you'd mark the class as abstract, extend it's properties to a derived class, and in the derived class, provide the implementations for the abstract methods provided in the abstract base class. An abstract method, in contrast, is a method that does not have any details. it can be something like this: abstract class BaseClass { public abstract void methodName1(); //an abstract method to be defined in child class } public class ChildClass extends BaseClass { public void methodName1() { ------------ ------------ } } The child class which extends an abstract base class must implement all the abstract methods that are provided in the abstract base class. And the most important point with the abstract classes is that you cannot instantiate them. For the above example: BaseClass obj=new BaseClass(); //is absolutely illegal. Hence, abstract classes must be instantiated by using their derived class constructors. So we write this statement: BaseClass obj=new ChildClass(); //legal.
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React JS Training 4.9

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in React JS Training

3

Teaching Experience in detail in React JS Training

I'm a full stack web developer and a part time trainer teaching web development using NodeJS and various frontend frameworks like React js, Vue js, backbone js. Being in the corporate sector, and with good teaching skills, I'm well versed with latest technologies which give me a chance to share how exactly the corporate sector in software works.

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Answers by Yashwanth Sagar (8)

Answered on 10/12/2015 IT Courses/Programming Languages/C Language

Me. I'll give you the best of programming experiences.
Answers 51 Comments
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Answered on 22/12/2014 IT Courses/Java

Java has a wide range of applications ranging from handheld devices to web applications. Advanced Java (a name used in contrast to Java 2 Enterprise Edition) can be used to develop Enterprise applications. Those applications that are dynamic and can run on wide range of devices like computers, mobile... ...more
Java has a wide range of applications ranging from handheld devices to web applications. Advanced Java (a name used in contrast to Java 2 Enterprise Edition) can be used to develop Enterprise applications. Those applications that are dynamic and can run on wide range of devices like computers, mobile phones, etc. In here, you would be learning to program the front-end and the back-end of a system's architecture, and also learn how to connect the both using the concepts of JDBC. Any more queries, you can contact me. 24X7 available to help you.
Answers 95 Comments
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Answered on 22/12/2014 IT Courses/Java

To understand 'transient' you must first understand serialization. Serialization is the process of making the object s state persistent. That means the state of the object is converted into stream of bytes and stored in a file. In the same way we can use the de-serialization concept to bring back the... ...more
To understand 'transient' you must first understand serialization. Serialization is the process of making the object’s state persistent. That means the state of the object is converted into stream of bytes and stored in a file. In the same way we can use the de-serialization concept to bring back the object’s state from bytes. This is one of the important concept in Java programming because this serialization is mostly used in the networking programming. The object’s which are needed to be transmitted through network have to be converted into bytes and for that purpose every class or interface must implement 'Serializable' interface. It is a marker interface without any methods. The keyword 'transient' in Java is used to indicate that the variable shouldn't be serialized. By default all the variables of a class that implements Serializable are in persistent state. In some cases, you may want to avoid persisting some variables because you don’t have the necessity to transfer across the network. So, you can declare those variables as transient. If the variable is declared as transient, then it will not be persistent.
Answers 153 Comments
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Answered on 22/12/2014 IT Courses/Java

Consider this: class ThisDemo { int a,b,c; public ThisDemo(int a, int b) { this.a=a; //this.a means the class's instance variable. simple 'a' means the parameter this.b=b; } public void sum() { c=a+b; System.out.println("Sum="+c); } } Now, in this class, there are a few instance... ...more
Consider this: class ThisDemo { int a,b,c; public ThisDemo(int a, int b) { this.a=a; //this.a means the class's instance variable. simple 'a' means the parameter this.b=b; } public void sum() { c=a+b; System.out.println("Sum="+c); } } Now, in this class, there are a few instance variables (a,b,c), a constructor, and a method sum(). The constructor, as we know can be used to initialize the instance variables on a class. If you'd notice, it is a parameterised constructor, and the parameters have the same names as that of instance variables. To initialize the instance variables of the class, you'd certainly want to refer them in the constructor. But you can't write a=a and b=b, coz that doesn't make sense. 'a' & 'b' inside the constructor means the parameters of the constructor. 'this' keyword comes in handy here. If you want to refer to the instance variables of the class, then you can use the 'this' keyword when the instance variable names and the parameter names of a method/constructor are same.
Answers 81 Comments
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Answered on 22/12/2014 IT Courses/Java

This is done in case of Abstract Classes. An Abstract Class is something that hides some implementations (method details). Suppose, for example, you would like to create a class that tells what an object will do without specifying how the object does that, letting it for the child classes to provide... ...more
This is done in case of Abstract Classes. An Abstract Class is something that hides some implementations (method details). Suppose, for example, you would like to create a class that tells what an object will do without specifying how the object does that, letting it for the child classes to provide their implementations to this method accordingly, you'd mark the class as abstract, extend it's properties to a derived class, and in the derived class, provide the implementations for the abstract methods provided in the abstract base class. An abstract method, in contrast, is a method that does not have any details. it can be something like this: abstract class BaseClass { public abstract void methodName1(); //an abstract method to be defined in child class } public class ChildClass extends BaseClass { public void methodName1() { ------------ ------------ } } The child class which extends an abstract base class must implement all the abstract methods that are provided in the abstract base class. And the most important point with the abstract classes is that you cannot instantiate them. For the above example: BaseClass obj=new BaseClass(); //is absolutely illegal. Hence, abstract classes must be instantiated by using their derived class constructors. So we write this statement: BaseClass obj=new ChildClass(); //legal.
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Yashwanth Sagar describes himself as Tutor. He conducts classes in React JS. Yashwanth is located in Chandra Nagar, Hyderabad. Yashwanth takes Regular Classes- at his Home and Online Classes- via online medium. He has 3 years of teaching experience . Yashwanth has completed Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) from JNTU in 2013. He is well versed in English, Hindi and Telugu.

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