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  • 1. Handshake<br />DhrubojyotiKayal<br />
  • 2. Let us know each other<br />Name<br />Primary skills<br />Years of experience<br />Your hobby<br />2 lines about Java<br />Your expectations from this training?<br />Introduction<br />
  • 3. 10 Years in Java EE application, product development<br />Extensive hands on exposure in architecture, pre-sales, technology consulting.<br />Ex - Oracle, Cap Gemini Consulting<br />Author Apress and technical reviewer with Packtpub<br />My Badge<br />
  • 4. Ask questions<br />Interrupt any time<br />Give best try to exercise<br />Interact<br />Collaborate<br />Ask even the dumbest questions<br />Best participant WINs!<br />Do-s<br />
  • 5. Know more than me or others please help<br />Bored? Don’t talk <br />Don’t sleep – request a break<br />please switch off / silent mobile = urgent interrupt<br />Don’t<br />
  • 6. Need for time keeper<br />So who will volunteer?<br />Measure EOD temperature<br />Time keeper<br />
  • 7. Thinking in Java<br />Bruce Eckel<br />Courtesy<br />

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