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Perception: the process by which people translate sensory impressions into a coherent and unified view of the world around them. Consumer: An end user who buy a product and use it actually. Risk:
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Understanding of Intelligence (IQ - EQ - SQ - CQ)

Our current understanding of intelligence is one of the major barriers preventing our happiness and success. We must therefore each develop our intelligence beyond intellectual and emotional, to meaning and connection. IQ - EQ - SQ - CQ Theories suggest that the key to success in today’s world requires you to go beyond intellectual or rational intelligence (IQ), to that which is described as emotional intelligence (EQ).
EQ - Emotional Intelligenceis the capacity for recognising our own feelings and those of others, for motivating ourselves, and for managing emotions well in us and in our relationships. EQ is a basic requirement for effective use of IQ (Daniel Goleman). As a society, we’ve realized that ‘no man is an island’, and hence we need to be effective at relating to others to be successful. Developing our EQ therefore helps us understand ourselves and relate to others more effectively. However, although EQ may help you achieve a certain level of success, even if you’re building on a…

Seven C’s (7 C's) of Effective Communication

7C's of Effective Communication Completeness – ·Complete communication develops and enhances the reputation of an organization. ·Moreover, they are cost saving as no crucial information is missing and no additional cost is incurred in conveying extra message if the communication is complete.
Conciseness – ·It is both time-saving as well as cost-saving. ·It underlines and highlights the main message as it avoids using excessive and needless words. ·Concise communication provides short and necessary message in limited words to the audience. ·Concise message is more likable and comprehensible to the audience.
Consideration – •Emphasize on “you” approach. •Empathize with the audience and display interest in the audience. •Show optimism towards your audience
Clarity – •It makes understanding easier.

Object-oriented programming

Object-oriented programming Object-oriented programming is a programming paradigm that uses abstraction to create models based on the real world. It uses several techniques from previously established paradigms, including modularity, polymorphism, and encapsulation.    Object-oriented programming is intended to promote greater flexibility and maintainability in programming, and is widely popular in large-scale software engineering.
Terminology Namespace A container which allows developers to bundle all functionality under a unique, application-specific name. Class Defines the characteristics of the object.   Object An Instance of a class. Property An object characteristic, such as color. Method An object capability, such as walk. It is a subroutine or function associated with a class. Constructor A method called at the moment of instantiation of an object.   Inheritance A class can inherit characteristics from another class. Encapsulation A method of bundling the data and methods that use them together…

Export XML from Excel 2010

PrerequisitesXML file with structure matching the Excel data - can be a previously exported xml fileEnable Developer tab in Excel main tabs. This can be done in Options Customize Ribbon
Exporting to xmlOpen Excel  fileIf filters are enabled go to Data tab and disable themGo to Developer tab and click Source which will open a sidbar XML Source sidebar. Click XML Maps... thereIn the window that pops up choose Add map  then choose the previously generated xml, click ok  in the message box that says that it doesn't contain XML Schema, and click ok to close XML Maps window.

5) Drag over the Row element to the A1 cell. This will create the xml mapping.
6) Not the xml mappings are created. Go ahead and save the file as xml. File -> Save as and choose File type as XML Data.

What is Web Accessibility ?

Web Accessibility: Dear friends, I am landing here with some of my thoughts about the Website/Electronic content accessibility. This is like a " B ‘day and B ‘day Cake “which everyone should celebrate and taste it or "It is mandatory for all agencies to make website usable for all type of users"
I have work out on web accessibility and got lots of information this is pretty well term to access website or electronic content for physically challenged peoples. This is basically an amendment by US Government how to make our electronic content accessible which comes under section 508. 
In August 1998 Us Government passed one law for electronic content accessibility, which is really helpful for disable, younger, older age internet users. It help the other users also whose are temporary disable (Slow internet connection, lack of devices etc.) It's really emphasized the user to access the content fast as everyone expect. We can use progressive enhancement also to access usabl…