MPT - 250130

Er C Male, 22 Years

Associated for 2 Years 10 Months
Class 9 - 10 Tutor

Activity Score - 98

  • I teach at My Home
  • I go to Student's Home
  • Online
Area: Sector 120
Location: Noida, India
Qualification :
  • B.Tech/B.E. (AKTU Lucknow - 2015)
  • Total Experience:
    1 Year
  • Hourly Fees:
    INR 700
Tutoring Experience :
I specialize in HTML, CSS, Javascript, jQuery, Bootstrap, PHP, ASP.NET/C#, WordPress, Shopify, and a whole host of other technologies, platforms, and libraries. Whatever your needs are, I will find a solution that fits it. I also offer and manage VPS web hosting, so I am familiar and comfortable with systems administration. I've worked with clients of all sizes and industries, and I'd love the chance to work with you.
Tutoring Option :
Home Tuition Only
Tutoring Approach :

Lesson Plan Title : Introduction to Computer Programming and other subject Overview and Purpose: We introduce students to the world of computer programming using a widely available language and resources. The nature of a programming language shall be defined, as well as the difference between natural and formal languages. The various operations that make up the general structure of a computer program will be introduced as part of engendering an understanding of the algorithm as the basis for program flow. In addition there will be a basic introduction to program errors, syntactic, semantic and runtime.

Goals: Computer programming is a broad discipline. The goal of this lesson is to broach a gentle introduction to what a computer programming language is, what a program does, and what steps all programs ultimately take to achieve their objectives.

  • At the end of the lesson, students must know how to choose the appropriate database technology .
  • They must be able to understand the difficulties of trying to invent their own database system and how to work with this difficulties
  • They must learn how to take advantage of existing database technology to make database development efforts more productive and successful
  • Objectives: At the conclusion of this lesson, students should be able to do the following:
  • The student will be able to define a formal language, the differences between high and low level computer languages, and give examples of each. The student will be able to describe the advantages/disadvantages of the different language levels, and perhaps give examples where one should be used over another.
  • The student will be able to demonstrate an algorithm using a real world paradigm (i.e.. Tying shoes,making a peanut butter sandwich).
  • The student will be able to describe the components that make up the average structure of an imperative program and how they might map to a real world paradigm.
  • The student will be able to describe and give full examples of the different types of errors that can occur in a computer program, and attempt to map them to the same real world paradigm developed above.
  • (Possible) The students will learn how a program is broken down into execution code that runs on the microcomputer, possible mentions of tokenizers, lexical analyzers, and relevant assemblers. This is not necessary and dependent on time. The binary . 6. Write the correct and running source code for a given database
  • Choose the appropriate Database technology in connection Resources: Brains. Writing implements and paper for possible flow charts and modeling. Projector/Computer for demonstrating examples.

Methods Introduction:

Lecture on the brief history of computer programming and the development of formal languages while comparing and contrasting them to natural languages. And explain why computer languages are necessarily formal.

  • Lecture on the nature of an algorithm and why it's necessary from a computing perspective.
  • Introduce the makeup of a computer program (i.e. input,output,math,conditional execution,repetition).
  • Describe how the above can encounter errors of either programmer or environmental origin.
  • Possible lecture relating the objective #4 above.
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  • Question: Which is the best MongoDB training institute in Delhi?

    Posted in: MongoDB | Date: 13/12/2016

    Answer:

    FORE School of management, New Delhi along with Univ. of California, USA offers 150 hours training program in MONGODB.  The program focuses on techniques of predictive analytics and business intelligence and is completely lab-oriented and every analytical model has an accompanying project, where participants work on live data from Industry and not ‘Case Study’ conditioned data, offering challenges in the process of knowledge discovery like: predicting future demand for a product under uncertain conditions, evaluate customer loyalty, customer life time value and customer acquisitions.  The program has been made conceptually simple so that professionals across verticals and irrespective of their academic background – science, mathematics, arts or commerce; can easily engage and get tremendous insights into customer behavior and market characteristics to boost top line and bottom line in their respective work places, beyond conventional Business Intel.

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