Interview
Interview

Getting a good job in an MNC is a dream of every job aspirant. Being skilled and good knowledge in your area of study is not adequate enough to land you in a good position in an MNC but rather coupled with skill and knowledge, you should also be able to present a good resume to get noticed by top-notch MNCs.The resume is the first point of contact between a candidate and an employer. The hiring manager always has to whittle down big piles of resumes. …


Accenture Interviews
Accenture Interviews
Accenture

Getting a good job in an MNC is a dream of every job aspirant. Trying to get a job can be difficult in itself, trying to land one in your dream company can be even more daunting. We live in an era where the job market is extremely competitive and ruthless. The resume is the first point of contact between a candidate and an employer. Pick out the main keywords and responsibilities listed in the notification for the job ad and tweak your resume in a way that shows that you are the perfect fit for the job on offer…


TCS interviews
TCS interviews

Working at an MNC is a great experience since you improve your skills, learn to work in teams, gain knowledge, and progress in your career. You can definitely get hired by an MNC if you have some certain skills:-

  1. Good qualification.
  2. Your resume should be short and crispy. It should have the correct keywords in the headline.
  3. High confidence, adaptability, communication skills, team spirit, leadership qualities etc.
  4. Strong knowledge about the sector and domain.
  5. Posiitive attitude, Quick grasping power, and ability to gel with the team.

So, If you want to work in an MNC , this is a great…


Regular function vs Arrow functions

An arrow function is also known as fat arrow function. It is a new feature introduced in ES6 that is a more concise syntax for writing function expressions. Both regular JavaScript functions and arrow functions work in a similar manner but there are some differences between them. Let's see the differences below: -

  • Syntax
  • Arguments binding
  • Use of this keyword
  • Using a new keyword

1) Syntax:

A programmer can get the same result as regular functions by writing a few lines of code using arrow functions.

Curly brackets are not required if only one expression is present.

// Regular function ES5:
var add…

React Lifecycle
React Lifecycle

Every component in React goes through a lifecycle of events. You can think is of going through a cycle of birth, growth, and death the same as the picture below.


State In React
State In React
State In React

The State of a component is an object that holds some information that may change over the lifetime of the component. Let's understand the concept with an example of our daily life. Let’s say there is a bulb that is turned off. When I turn the switch on, the bulb turns on. So basically, the bulb has 2 states, on and off. When an action is performed i.e.(turning the switch on here is an action) the state changed from off to on. See the below image so that you can understand the basic concept.

The state is an updatable structure…


Intranet
Intranet
Intranet

The Internet has transmuted the computer and communication world like a duck egg. Today, computers are useful for communication due to the invention of the internet. The Internet has been a prominent and trendy tool for information dissemination. However, another information-sharing system that is much in demand especially among the business organizations is intranet as well as an extranet.

An intranet is a small network that is accessed by only some people of the organization i.e. it is a private network that is based on TCP/IP protocol and is accessed by the organization staff. The basic key idea behind the…


Props In React JS
Props In React JS
Photo by Caspar Camille Rubin on Unsplash

Let's take an example if you want to print your family members' details that is the name, age, and profession, etc. Now, one way is you make one div for your info than another div for your mother, father, etc. It will look so clumsy something like this, a lot of div’s are used in the below example.

<div>
<div>
<p> name is manu </p>
<span> age is 22 </span>
</div>
<div>
<p> name is abc</p>
<span> age is 27 </span>
</div>
<div>
<p> name is xyz</p>
<span> age is 25</span>
</div>
<div>

So, in place of a big structure…


When we run the command (npx create-react-app hello-world) in our terminal to create react application the following initial project structure gets generated inside our project folder named hello-world as shown below:

React Folder Structure
React Folder Structure
React Folder Structure
  1. .gitignore file is a text file that tells Git which files or folders to ignore in a project.
  2. package.json is a JSON file that holds metadata relevant to the project and it is used for managing the project’s dependencies, scripts, version. This file is basically used to give information to npm that allows it to identify the project as well as handle the project’s dependencies.
  3. package-lock. json is automatically…

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