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About me

Let me introduce myself


A bit about me

I have chosen 'software and development' as my profession and intend to build a long term career in the field of Information/Computer Science Engineering with progressive enhancement in professional skills and practical knowledge in the same field.

I am not satisfied with the world as it is, so intend to change it. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world.

I am an ardent follower of my belief that I can make anything which requires coding and thinking.I have interest in creating any new task and start a new winning goal wherever need occurs.

Want to know more? Just Google me!

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Bipul Jaiswal

Personal info

Bipul Jaishwal

Software Engineer, Department of Information Technology, Atos Global IT Solutions and Services Private Limited, Pune.

Birthday: July 1996
Phone number: +(91) XXXXXXXXXX
Website: www.bscitbooks.com
E-mail:bipul.jaiswal@live.com

RESUME

Know more about my past


Employment

  • 2018 to Present

    Atos India Pvt Ltd. @ Software Engineer

    Working as Software Engineer in Atos Global IT Solutions and Services Private Limited since Jun 2018

  • 2017 to 2018

    Atos India Pvt Ltd. @ Associate Engineer

    Worked as Associate Engineer in Atos Global IT Solutions and Services Private Limited since Jun 2017 to May 2018

  • 2016 to 2017

    Atos India Pvt Ltd. @ Trainee

    Worked as Trainee in Atos Global IT Solutions and Services Private Limited since Jun 2016 to May 2017

  • 2016 to Present

    Google Inc. @ Google Map Local Guider

    Local guider in Maharashtra confirmed by Laitch and Nagashree Adya at Google in Feb 2017.

  • 2014 to Present

    Inspire Space Inc. @ Blogger

    BSc IT Books is a leading organization in India to provide free Books , Question Papers, Projects with on-line security updates & latest hacking news.

  • June 2016 to Sep 2016

    Industrial Training @ Manipal Global-Banglore

    Completed 3 Month's training at Atos India Limited by Manipal Global in Banglore during the month of Jun-Sep 2016.

Education

Skills & Things about me

86%
html & css
Punctual
Web Developer
64%
wordpress
Blogger
Oracle Award

Portfolio

My latest projects


Sunday, September 17, 2017

My Java Certification Story



I'm Oracle Certified Java Professional exam (formerly SCJP) that I planned a long time ago. During corporate training at Bangalore. I figured it wouldn't hurt to get some certificates during the course of my studies. I'm not really biased towards Java in any way, but that's the main language we were taught during my first year, and a few people told me that those Sun/Oracle certificates are actually worth something. The result exceeded my expectations: My score was 99%! Needless to say, I'm very happy with that. Certified by Oracle - Click to See

I approached studying for the exam in a very methodical way, so I thought it would be nice to do a write up on how I prepared and what materials I used.

The book

I used the following book for studying: SCJP Sun Certified Programmer for Java 6 Exam by Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates. Just about anyone I asked about a decent study guide recommended this book to me, and I gotta say: it's worth every penny! I've read one other book by the same authors (which I also recommend heartily!), so I was already familiar with their style. Somehow, the authors manage to make dull, theoretical stuff like Garbage Collection, sound fun and exciting. They approach every subject with lots of humor. The book is also filled with lots of practical hands-on tips for taking the exam. You quickly get an idea what to expect on the exam, and when it comes to that, you're not spared one bit. Each chapter followed by a set of example questions, and those are brutal.

If you're gearing up for the Java SE7 exam, you'd better wait for the follow up to this great book to come out.

Online sources

I used the following a lot:

The official Oracle Java API docs: It helps you a lot to look up methods you come across while studying, to find out what exceptions they throw, if any, what arguments they take etc.
http://www.coderanch.com/forums If you have any question about Java, no matter how strange, difficult and outlandish, these people can answer them. And as an added bonus, Bert Bates is a forum-regular, so it's great to be able to learn from one of the authors of the book.
The Enthuware forums: You might be wondering what this "Enthuware" is, exactly, but we'll get to that later. The forums are full of good info on the exam, and Java in general.

Enthuware Mock exams

I told you, we'd get there right? At some point I decided that reading and learning from the book, and making the questions from the book, wasn't enough preparation. I needed some "fake" exams to practice. Looking around at Coderanch, I saw a lot of recommendations for the Enthuware mock exams. Well, those recommendations were spot on! I must say, those were 20 bucks very well spent! Basically, what you get is cross-platform software that emulates the exam-software at the Pearson VUE institute where you'll be taking the real exam. Together with that you get a question bank with as much as 13 practice exams and a series of questions for each exam objective. The questions are tuned to be a bit harder than "the real thing", but that's actually great to toughen you up. The software also has a built-in chat client so you can ask questions from the good people of Enthuware.

Expect to be using this program a lot, if you want to prepare decently!

The preparation

These are the steps I took to ensure a good passing rate for the exam:

I read the book cover to cover. I read chapter 1 and 2 twice, because I had a "false start". This actually helped a lot because those chapters contain fundamental stuff that's imperative to understand in order to fully comprehend the later chapters.

After reading and learning each chapter, I took some time making the practice questions for that chapter, and reviewing them. The reviewing part is especially important!
I made an overview in Excel detailing what exam objectives are covered in what chapters. Because I made it, you don't have to! I actually kept score of everything I did, including the practice questions in the book. It gives you a nice overview of your progress.

Now it was time to use the Enthuware software: I made all of the "Objective-wise tests". Every Objective Test contains 36 questions about one broad exam objective. Before making each test, I carefully read the chapter summaries of the chapters dealing with those objectives. Enthuware took great pains in explaining the right and wrong answers to each question, so it's really valuable to review each test thoroughly!

Then I started making the Standard Tests 1 - 12, each time reviewing the answers before going on to the next test. These tests are actually very very close to the real exam. They contain the same amount of questions, with those being a bit more difficult than the real exam. Expect each exam including reviewing afterwards, to take at least 2 hours.

Lastly I read all of the chapter summaries again and then I made the Last-Day test. The last-day test contains slightly more questions (72), and those questions are not only unique, but are also selected by Enthuware as being "The most important questions".

The Exam!

In the Excel sheet I linked to earlier you can see my scores for each set of questions, both from the book and from the Enthuware exams. As you can see, there is a definite progress in my scores, going from around 70% on the book-questions, to an average of 80% on the Enthuware exams, resulting in a 99% score for the real exam!


I really hope this post is useful for people taking the OCJP exam. I have to put out a warning though: if you plan on taking the exam, it's best to do it sooner than later, because Oracle is revising the certification path for Java 7. The previous Oracle Certified Java Associate exam is not optional anymore, so you'll have to pay twice as much for the OCJP certificate!

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Got Certified by Google for Completing Google Ad-Words Program

Here is the one more certificate for completing Google Ad-words program. Got certified by Google with score 96% in Google Fundamentals and 90% in Shopping Advertising.

Sources: 

  1. See Certification Status
  2. Google Partner Profile

Monday, June 26, 2017

First Year Work Anniversary At Atos India


Oh wow, it does not seem that today is the day when I first started the career in my life. Today, one year is over, and still it seems like all these things are the same like yesterday.

I'm stunned at how a year has darted by. I'm grateful to the organization (Atos) for believing and investing in the work I do and thankful for the support of my team provides religiously. I'm also indebted for the many important lessons I learn each day to the clients I'm so fortunate to work with. Through an entrepreneurial frame of mind, I have always imagined my job (whatever it was at the time) to be my empire, and maintained the work philosophy that it is more prudent to do better than expected, not just the minimum to qualify for the pay check

I'm confident it's possible for anyone to do the same with most any job, if they have a little confidence in them and can muster the self-motivation. You might not like a job or task you are doing, but you can like the work you do, take pride in it, and if nothing else, feel good that you are earning the means you need to support yourself.


Happy 1st work anniversary at Atos India to me!

Thursday, June 1, 2017

How My First Book Got Published



How many times do you really face a choice in life? How many times will you get the benefit of arriving at a crossroads, where you don’t have to fight the tug of rolling inertia, and your choice isn’t going to hurt someone you love?

Not many.

Make them count. They will define you.

When I left First Mumbai, I joined Atos - An IT company and writing many blogs for Inspire Space. I was earning about one hundred dollars a month. At night I took my first class in creative writing at a syllabus book. I continued to wedge one class a week into my schedule for the next one years. You might think that I had an obvious topic to write about, bringing to school my incredible front-row perspective on the unique macho culture of global finance.

That wasn’t what serious fiction writers wrote about, and I wanted to impress my teachers and friends. The writers and books they held up as role models didn’t go near the workplace. Minimalism was in India. Nobody wanted to read about the jobs we so wanted to escape from. Writing books on a course was a window to leave that dull numbness behind. I were encouraged to find our material in my childhood. I eked out some stories that later made it into anthologies and literary journals, but the going was slow. I didn’t know it was slow at the time. I thought that was the deal. Years passed.

I’d reached the upper-level workshops, and I had a story due in two days. I had nothing to turn in. I didn’t have anything to write about because I’d spent my entire adult life hauling my ass off to one job to secure my position in the world. With deadline looming, I stubbornly decided I would write about something – which will help to those students who are unable to buy books. Something magical happened. I wrote a story in about twelve hours. I didn’t need sleep. And it wasn’t a straightforward confessional, memoir-story; it incorporated for the first time the wilder writing styles I loved – magical realism, absurd-ism, satire. These were writing tools that until then I’d never been able to control. But I found my voice in a topic I finally had something to say about. 

When I submitted it to Goodreads, They appreciated my work. 




The next few months presented me with the biggest crossroads of my writing career. This is the pattern of my life, both professional and personal: every time I am about to follow my heart, I am offered enormous temptation. 

Finally,

I was done in four months, and my book got published on Amazon and Goodreads

That magical thing kept happening.

Have a look on Author Profiles: 

  1. Amazon Author
  2. Goodreads Author

The success I’ve enjoyed since then has never resolved this underlying shame I carry that I’ve been writing books about topics that serious writers don’t touch. 

But that’s the material life dealt me, and I was never going to be successful until I accepted it and worked with it.

Let me bring this full circle. I’ve found that a lot of people have the same stigma about the question of what to do with their life, the geography of their career. They fear it’s not a serious question, because it’s mostly about the job, not the heart, not character, not love, not issues that matter.

But it is about those things. "What Should I Do With My Life?" is the modern, secular version of the great timeless questions about our identity, such as "Who Am I?", and "Where Do I Belong?" We ask it in this new way simply because constant disruption in our society forces us to – every time we graduate, or get downsized, or move to a new city, we’re confronted with this version of the question. It’s a little more pragmatic and problem-solvy than its philosophical and religious antecedents, reflecting the bottom-line reality that we can search for our identity only so long without making ends meet. Asking the question aspires to end the conflict between who you are and what you do. Answering the question is the way to protect yourself from being lathed into someone you’re not.

Bipul Jaishwal

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Question Bank Management System



Inspire Space


Inspire Space is a leading organization in India to provide on-line security awareness and stay update to it's user's with latest hacking news.


We provide the online security news and notes to the students and public people who are studying in BSc IT. With its carefully-designed learning tools and commitment to excellence, the Inspire Space aims to make it easier for the students to understand their subjects. Our objective is to enhance quality teaching by adding incredible value to BSc IT.

Here at world net, we use a holistic approach to:
1. Help students in building their Career
2. Guide them for a better career path
3. Develop Scientific Temperament & logical
4. Develop and nourish & Competitive Psychology


Goto: www.bscitbooks.com




Awards
Release
Interviews
• Google Inc. AdSense award (2015-16)
• First release in Dec 2015
• Second release in Feb 2017
We interviewed at Google Inc in 2015 for quality check and assurance of content.


Skills

What can I do


Web Design

I can develop blogs,sites as well as a secure backend.

Development

Coding and programming are my passion so I don't get any kind of hesitation in it.

User Experience

Developement would be succesful if we develop or complete any task in terms of client satisfaction. Any defined task should be completed in such a way that you're the end user and you can understand what end user's are looking so far.

Contact

Get in touch with me


Adress

Mumbai, Maharashtra India

Phone number

+91 20 6798 7633