I have 4+ experience and working as software Engineer with Hytech professionals India PVT ltd and also working as Consultant,Trainer,Blogger and Author on Microsoft technologies,Also I have Trained more than 500+ IT professionals.I have knowledge about Asp.net,C#,SQL,Project management,replication,MVC,WebApi,SSRS,PostMan,TFS,SVN,Swagger,WMI,Agile,SignalR,Angularjs,IIS configuration.
Tuesday, 30 August 2016

Top Attractors Where the World Wants to Work Now

These 40 companies are the best in the world at attracting and keeping top talent, according to LinkedIn data. Read on for how they do it.

    • Apple
    • Consumer electronics

Apple


Apple
Consumer electronics



Last year, Apple introduced a novel benefit, doling out restricted stock to the majority of its more than 100,000 employees. That’s not unusual in the tech world, but it’s nearly unheard of in retail — workers who now make up 30 percent of Apple’s staff. Not surprisingly, Apple has sky-high retention at Apple Stores: 81 percent, according to retail chief Angela Ahrendts. But it’s Apple’s “transformative” products that account for the “essence of employee satisfaction,” HR chief Denise Young Smith said. While even CEO Tim Cook (above) jokes that Apple has “more secrecy here than the CIA,” ex-employees gush on LinkedIn about talented co-workers and great flexibility. The company’s diversifying, too: It hired 11,000 women during a recent 12-month period, a 65 percent increase.
    • Salesforce
    • Internet


  • Salesforce
  • Internet
While planning its new San Francisco office, Salesforce took design advice from an unlikely source: Buddhist monks. They were visiting CEO Marc Benioff (above) and suggested that he add quiet areas to his workplace. So Salesforce listened, installing “mindfulness zones” and meditation spaces on every floor of its new tower. The cloud software provider is serious about wellness: “employees can't guide customers to success if they aren't first taking care of themselves,” it told LinkedIn. It employs 20,000 and is known for high-growth, above-market pay and lots of philanthropy. Salesforce has long offered paid volunteer time off; this past year, it upped the perk from six business days to seven.

    • Facebook
    • Internet


  • Facebook
  • Internet
When you’re competing for the most cutting-edge engineers — and you need an army of them each year — a culture that brings them in the door isn’t just a competitive advantage, it’s a must-have. Facebook promises that those people who are builders will get plenty to work with at the company: managers “set them free” to conquer projects. There are plenty of benefits for life outside the office, too. Last year, Facebook extended its four-month paid parental leave program to all full-timers. Another draw: The strength of its business. Revenue has increased by more than 40 percent for 14 straight quarters. As startup life gets more difficult, the appeal of landing at a growing safe-haven like Facebook is appealing: It recorded a 34 percent increase in new hires during our Top Attractors reporting period.

    • Google
    • Internet

  • Google
  • Internet
In the arms race for perks, few can top Google. The company lavishes its 60,000 workers with mountains of food, A-list speakers, on-site massages — even benefits after death, as HR chief Laszlo Bock shared. The bigger draw, though: working on noteworthy projects with “impatient overachievers,” as one ex-Googler wrote on LinkedIn. The company obsesses about employee happiness, rigorously studying how to build the perfect team. It doesn’t allow managers to make hiring decisions — removing bias — and bases pay on the job, not someone’s prior salary, to close the gender gap, Bock wrote.
    • Amazon
    • Internet
  • Amazon
  • Internet
Amazon used to have ambitions to be the “everything store.” Now it’s on path to be just “everything.” As a cloud-computing powerhouse, device manufacturer, voice-driven AI pioneer, and drone-delivering dreamer, it’s hiring needs are diverse and demanding. Amazon got some bad press after the New York Times called it a "bruising workplace," a characterization one Amazon engineer famously disputed. Our data shows that the NYT didn’t make a dent: Applications for Amazon jobs are up 25% since last year. The company provides excellent salaries and such perks as the Amazon Career Choice Program, which pays 95 percent of tuition for in-demand fields. Women in tech are championed, too; Amazon Women in Engineering provide ongoing mentorships.

    • Microsoft
    • Computer software


  • Microsoft
  • Computer software
Microsoft continues to be a magnet for job-seeking techies. On its Redmond, Wash. campus, the company offers restaurants, cafes, espresso stands (37 to be exact), retail shops and a sports field. Another draw for candidates is Microsoft’s unique approach to career development: “an individual adventure,” as it’s called. Its 118,000 employees are encouraged to plot their own path, working towards becoming a specialist or a generalist. Management might suit one employee; working abroad in one of the 200 locations, another. Microsoft provides career resources like mentoring, coaching and 2,000 training programs. (Note: This list was finalized before Microsoft said it would acquire LinkedIn in a $26 billion deal. For more, read here.)
    • Uber
    • Internet
  • Uber
  • Internet
Uber, the poster child for the gig economy, has become one of tech's elite destinations for engineers, operations and product managers. Word is that the interview process is grueling — but worth it. It may be different for independent contractor drivers, but its 6,700 official employees enthusiastically back Uber's mission to change livery as we know it. By far the most valuable unicorn, at $62.5 billion, Uber operates in 444 cities around the globe. While it has its critics, Uber has no problem attracting talent looking to change the world: It's already looking past delivering people to delivering anything (UberEATS) and is an unabashed proponent of driverless cars (starting with an extended trial in Pittsburgh).
    • Unilever
    • Consumer goods
  • Unilever
  • Consumer goods
There are few companies where your work can be found in every room of your house, from the kitchen (Lipton and Hellmann's) to the bathroom (Dove and Axe). Consumer goods giant Unilever has brands everywhere — as well as people. The company’s 169,000 employees get trained in the ways of Unilever at hiring; its Future Leaders Programme takes entry-level employees, for example, and gives them training and mentoring to become managers in two to three years. The company tells LinkedIn it has an “agile/flexible” working environment, and an entrepreneurial, “go for it!” culture. Employees are also committed to giving back; its Lifebuoy soap brand has taught 330 million people better hand-washing habits in an effort to reduce causes of childhood death, like diarrhea.
    • Coca-Cola
    • Food and beverages
  • Coca-Cola
  • Food and beverages
Coca-Cola’s in the midst of change, streamlining its business and tweaking everything from its benefits to work practices. To move faster, the company cut a layer of management and tied regional units directly to headquarters, as CEO Muhtar Kent noted in a letter to investors in April. It also added “zero-based work,” resetting budgets each year so that they “must be justified annually, not simply carried over at levels established in the previous year.” The company’s on track to cut $3 billion in costs by 2019, which it says it will reinvest in marketing and innovation to spur growth. Coca-Cola employs about 123,000 and will soon offer six weeks of paid leave to all new parents, an idea driven by its millennial employees.
    • Johnson & Johnson
    • Hospital & health care

  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Hospital & health care
When J&J shares glimpses into its workplace on LinkedIn, there’s a familiar refrain in the comments section: “So proud to work for this company!” After the healthcare giant noted that it offers eight weeks of paid parental leave for fathers, one employee remarked that it was J&J living its credo. More recently, it expanded fertility, adoption and surrogacy benefits, and announced it would ship temperature-controlled breast milk to mothers traveling on business. Again, raves. The company employs about 127,000; HR chief Peter Fasolo said at a conference that employee engagement scores are at about 90 percent globally. It’s constantly looking for ways to make workers happier, too. J&J abolished employee self-ratings, for example, after finding that they had different cultural implications around the world.
Bikesh Srivastava
Monday, 29 August 2016

The Power of MVC With ASP.NET

Recently I've been delving into the wonderful world of MVC. MVC for the uninitiated stands for Model –View-Controller and is a modern design pattern in software design. To say that this pattern architecture - specifically, Microsoft ASP.NET version 3 - is a vast improvement to how we code over traditional .NET Webforms, does the implementation a huge disservice. The design, while not enforcing proper separation of concerns, very loudly suggests it at every opportunity. I simply feel unclean at the thought of putting controller code into my model classes. It really does that to you.
Power Of MVC

The first thing I noticed about MVC that did take some getting used to was relearning my understanding of how web pages work back in the pre-.NET days. It was a shock to me how much I had forgotten about how Forms worked after dealing with the ‘magical’ implementation seen in Webforms with its Viewstate and Page life cycles. Here’s a basic rundown on how it works:
MODELS: This is the part that is most familiar to me. Models are simply classes with the purpose of storing data for display on Views and passing to the Controller. They enforce the public-facing structure and integrity (including validation if you like) of the site structure.
VIEWS: Bundled with MVC 3 is the view engine called Razor. You can swap in and out other view engines however they are beyond the scope of this discussion; plus, I’ve come to really enjoy working with Razor. At first glance it looked like “Classic” ASP to my eyes – and that’s not a compliment – but I soon saw the advantages of having some (basic) page logic directly in the HTML of a page e.g. loops. Views are similar to regular .NET front-end pages and can be used similarly as MasterPages or UserControls (a Partial View).
CONROLLER: The real work now happens in Controllers. Before you would have a ‘code behind’ on a page where the page logic would go, or a separate class entirely. A controller lets you expose methods that are called by the Views by GET, POST etc. With each return type from your Controller method being a generic ActionResult, it can be cast simply into modern outputs like Json.
So put simply, Views contains your forms which post Models to your Controllers.
Microsoft has become very friendly with the JQuery library, so much so that it is now bundled with MVC ASP.NET. I absolutely love how painless it is to interface a Jquery AJAX post from your View with a method in your Controller, and return the Action Result as a JSON object. It’s highly integrated as to become second nature. You’ll want to AJAX-ify everything, and unlike the old Webforms AJAX Panels, this isn’t a bad thing at all!
Bundling all of the above with other fairly recent Microsoft technologies like LINQ and the Entity Framework allows the creation of faster applications with cleaner and easily testable code. I can’t wait to keep learning more MVC. 
Bikesh Srivastava
Tuesday, 23 August 2016

Top 10 point to get more interview call

In this blog i am giving you some important points to get more interview call from company.Now days i have  seen most of developer have good exp and they already made a good resume and uploaded on Jobs website,but not receiving interview call from company .
So i am trying to resolve your problem in this article .
1.Make resume attractive

  • Create your resume attractive with whole skill details,and also mention details 
  • Don't need attached your photo in resume.
  • Add your skill with version and exp on those technologies.
  • Mention Current project name on starting page.
  • Mention Your Social profile link on the starting page of Resume.
  • Mention your Blog,article,video,Book URL(If any). 
  • Mention current 3-4 project with details summery in your resume.
  • Don't need use more than 3-4 page to create resume according Indian standard. 
2.Create  Account On Naukari.com. 

  • I think only naukari.com is best to get best job,but you can chose any.
  • Create a account with 100%.
  • Mention Title with whole details of Your exp.e.g(Bikesh srivastava resume for asp.net/MVC developer with 4+exp.)
  • Update your resume on daily base at 10 am morning.
  • Search job according your filter and apply directly.
  • Mention cover page.
  • Attached photo on profile.
  • Try to follow HR on naukari.com.
3.Sending  Resume 

  • Before send resume check and confirm with whole details.
  • Always try to send resume ion PDF format.
  • Send resume with cover page because cover page is like summery of your profile.
  • Subject Line use like this("Bikesh srivastava resume for Asp.net /Mvc/angularjs,etc.developer with 4+ year exp.") 
  • Cover page post in Body part.(Name,Qualification,Exp,notice period,skill,mail id,contact number.etc..).
  • Mention signature details on footer mail.
  • Don't use multiple recipient mail id at a same time.send individual.
4.Social Sites

  • Always try to post (Article,Blog,video,technical content) and give link on your profile.
  • Create 100% accurate account with attractive profile on(LinkedIn,Facebook,G+,C# corner).
  • Make a network with IT professionals.
  • Try to share technical content on social sites .
  • Try to share your knowledge in Technical group according your technologies. 
5.Social sites  Activity

  • All MNC level company now days check linked,facebook and other social status of person,
  • so maintain your profile with technical details.
6.Github account.

  • Create your github account and mention link in your resume.
  • Save your code,project,because most of company want they have github account.
7.C# Corner ,codeproject,msdn account.

  • Now days most of company want those who have account on this and ,working on this type of forum.
  • So please create a account and share your contribute .its + point for you. 
8.Show your creativity .

  • Most of IT company want who have good exp on respecting technologies ,and they creative mind which are you can show by your Blog,article,linkedin profile,facebook.
9.Technical skill

  • Upgrade yourself day to day according your technologies  ,and mention in your resume.
  • Now days every company want mvc,angularjs,webapi,
  • So aware about latest technologies.
10.Way of presentation in mail and resume.

  • Most of job seeker send resume normally,but its not good.
  • check your skill details,sentence,word in your resume
  • check your skill details,sentence,word in your mail .
Note:- If you are .net developer  and you want get more interview call now days so learn ,MVC,angularjs and web api.Beacuse now days every company call and firstly ask about MVC,WEB API andgularjs Exp. 
Bikesh Srivastava

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