Thursday, 26 February 2015

About Me

Mani Shankar Kumar
Software Engineer, TCS

Educational Qualification:

Ø       B. Tech in 2014. 

Technical Skills:                  

Ø  Languages                   : C, C++, MySQL, HTML, PHP, Java                                                     
Ø  Operating Systems       : Microsoft Windows XP, 7, 8, Linux
Ø  Windows 7                   : Installation, Configuration & Troubleshooting
Ø  Live Website                 :

Ø  Packages                               : Microsoft Office 2013

              Programming Framework
: WOA Framework, Spring, Hibernate, JPA
              Development Tools
: Eclipse , Oracle SQL Developer, PHPMyAdmin
              Project Management Tools
: Tortoise SVN, IBM Rational Team Concert (RTC), HP Quality Center (QC)
: MySQL, Oracle

Experience Summary:        

Citi Research and Development (Jul 2015-till date)

Technology: J2EE

Monday, 17 November 2014

Big Ideas

  • Bade se bada business ... paise se nahi, ek bade idea se bada hota hai
  •  Waqt bura ho ya achcha ... ek na ek din badalta zaroor hai
  •  Business karne ke liye businessman lagna zaroori tha ... paisa ho na ho paisewala lagna zaroori tha
  •  Haan yaar main bada aadmi ban gaya hoon ... aur main aur bada banna chahta hoon ... kyun ki main bada soochta hoon kam kadne kaa tarika bdl rha hu tewar nhi

Friday, 25 July 2014

It’s easier than you might think to calculate the day of the week for a date from September 14th, 1752 (the day the Gregorian calendar was made official in America and England) to the indefinite future.
The days of the week are numbered as follows:
Sunday    1
Monday    2
Tuesday   3
Wednesday 4
Thursday  5
Friday    6
Saturday  0
For each month there is a key value:
January   3
February  6
March     6
April     2
May       4
June      0
July      2
August    5
September 1
October   3
November  6
December  1
And finally, the century values:
1700's 2
1800's 0
1900's 5
2000's 4
2100's 2
Now you will be keeping a running total of a series of numbers. First, take the last two digits of the year as your initial number. Divide that number by 4 and discard the remainder. Add the result to your initial number. Then add the century value. Next add the key value for the month in question. Then add the day of the month. Now divide the grand total by 7. The remainder is all that counts.
Example #1:
Suppose we want to know what day of the week December 25th, 2006 is.
Last two digits of year: 6
Divided by 4 (discarding remainder): 1
Century Value: 4
Key Value for December: 1
Day of Month: 25
Total: 37
37 / 7 = 5 with a remainder of 2 so our answer is Monday.