A Microsoft Certified Professional is a trained and certified professional technician responsible for the operation of an organization’s software programs and technology. Microsoft professional techs address client issues, set up programs and respond to any queries that customers have regarding manufacturer's software products.

Generally, these technicians specialize in the setting up, operation and maintenance of client Microsoft applications and programs. Businesses in the Telecom and IT sectors remain in need of either full time or freelance certified professionals to ensure business productivity.

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ramyasri 23 january 2019, 10:54

The Fiber Technician’s job involves various tasks from a large to multi-story office buildings to small housing buildings. The primary functions of the Fiber Technician include:

Resolve, repair and install fiber optics systems and ensure that they work properly
Examine and replace faulty and old fiber optic cables and also organize scheduled maintenance routines
Take care of fiber splicing and rectify fiber optic problem areas
Develop sensor indicators and conduct timely inspections to make sure that faulty fiber optic system does not destabilize its performance
Execute premises cabling and take care of the underground and underwater cabling requirements
Keep track of the signal strength of different devices such as television, telephone to provide adequate performance
Formulate and maintain system records and system designs

According to Payscale.com, the Fiber Technician salary is somewhere between from $30,951 to $74,721 per year. The wages on an hourly basis is $20.08. Sometimes, the total cash compensation can range between $31,000 and $ 74,000. As per Ziprecuiter.com, on an average, a Fiber Technician makes about $51,340 a year. Nationally, the salary ranges from $33,500 to $ 61,000. The Indeed salary estimate states that on an average the Fiber Technician salary ranges from approximately $16.07 per hour for Installation Technician to $32.70 per hour for Construction Manager.
ramyasri 22 january 2019, 10:01

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, network and computer systems security occupations are projected to grow by 6 percent from 2016 to 2026. The demand for information technology (IT) workers, CCNA Security Jobs continues to be high as well. It is expected to grow as businesses invest in their security and network infrastructure.

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The study displays that the most shared jobs related to the CCNA security certificate are a network engineer, specialist, manager, and administrator. Further, jobs comprise of systems engineer, security analyst, and security engineer. Network security technicians design physical security solutions basis the client recommendation and technology trends.

The CCNA Security program highlights central security technologies, the installation, troubleshooting and monitoring of network equipment to retain reliability, privacy, and accessibility of data and devices. It also helps to understand the capability in the technologies that Cisco practices in its security configuration.
ramyasri 21 january 2019, 12:25

The Engineer must be able to work with routing protocols, such as BGP, OSPF, RIP, and MPLS. They should provide support for leading router vendors, such as Cisco and Juniper. The JNCIA Engineer must manage OSI Layers, Internet Protocol and TCP/IP. They must have hands-on experience to use networking basics, such as ARP, RARP, Proxy ARP, DNS, DHCP, Packet Flow, and Ping.

The JNCIA Engineer’s responsibility to utilize gateway redundancy protocols, such as HSRP, VRRP, and GLRP. They must resolve issues related to routing protocols and gateway redundancy protocols.

JNCIA Engineer Job Description: The Engineer should be quick at updating multiple management systems and any other tools used to document infrastructure. It is the JNCIA Engineer who should take care of the network and capacity planning. They must offer all the technical assistance needed to resolve security issues. They are responsible for maintaining quality standards and handing over of provisioned services to the Operations Centre.
ramyasri 17 january 2019, 15:44

We can say that mobile and tablet applications have replaced the TV because in the research, it is found that people today spend minimum three hours every day on their mobile devices. Android development India team experts are leaving no room for bugs in such applications that could disturb the audience while watching their shows. More entertainment applications are coming with their own web series and movies and thus, people spend lesser time on TV nowadays.

The days are gone when we called television the “first screen” for entertainment. Lots of entertaining applications are now made by android developers and the idiot box has been replaced by phones and tablets officially as the trend is on rise for the past two years.
Rosina 2 january 2017, 13:11

I think most people who have a device-based on Android OS heard about the secret codes.
There are some very powerful codes, for example one of the codes on my Samsung Galaxy Tab allows me to set up the GPS, which speeds up the search of satellites, the other code allows me to set up the mode connection with the network (GPRS, EDGE, 3G ...) that allows saving the battery between mode jumps in places with unstable connection.
I am going to talk in this article about the device analysis of running applications on the codes in Android OS, and how to find all the codes and applications, and as well I will explain how to make an application that will respond to its code.
In addition, I will give 6 pictures, some code and lots of text.
xially 20 june 2012, 14:50

I am engaged in developmental work for Android for some time, and I gradually came to the conclusion that I have been lacking many things as a developer. At the beginning of 2010, I lacked only C++ exceptions and RTTI. Without them, any non-trivial C++ code could not be ported to Android, and it required almost complete rewriting. It was a very important limitation, which worried me a lot. Fortunately, Android is an open source, so I started working on that, keeping in mind old saying (if you need something, do it yourself). I got surprised, because to make support for C++ with exceptions and RTTI turned out pretty easy. It only took about a week of work. Then the website was made on which were posted the NDKs for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X, as well as a patch and the instructions for assembly.

The problem was urgent, so the project was very popular. During the first month I received many letters with the questions, requests for additional functionality and simple thanks. One of the most frequently asked question was: “Will Google include these changes to the mainline?”. I honestly replied that I do not know, but there is hope, because David Turner (system architect of Android) is very interested in my patches, and he promised to pay attention to them.
xially 31 january 2012, 18:41


Why is Android laggy? This topic has generated a heated discussion all over the Web by both technical and nontechnical android users. Therefore, this insightful post will illuminate many of the complex issues with smooth Android rendering, where the author Andrew Munn does technical analyses of the real reasons that make Android laggy.

Why is Android laggy, while iOS, Windows Phone 7, QNX and WebOS are so smooth in the work?

This post will attempt to answer that question.
xially 25 january 2012, 13:15

This article contains a list of Android tips and advice for novice developers.

1. Do not forget to free resources after use: many resources such as database cursors are often ignored. Free them. Close the resources (files, streams, etc.) after you are done with them.
2. Do not use magic numbers: values[0] is meaningless. The framework provides very useful access techniques like values[SensorManager.DATA_X]
3. Make use of onPause()/onResume(): to save or close what does not need to be opened the whole time.
4. Make your applications running fast and efficiently: Google I/O 2009 has a lot of useful tips.
Tags: android
Siera 7 january 2012, 20:51

imageWhen I read about the device fragmentation on Android, I mentally agree with the author. When I see theses that the device fragmentation prevents from the software development, I raise eyebrows perplexedly, but when somebody tries to prove me that the fragmentation of Android is the main problem of this platform and the main disadvantage for developers of mobile software, frankly, I start laughing. I am sorry, but this is a pure marketing nonsense or complete misunderstanding of the situation.

Let us imagine that you are a furniture manufacturer. You are working in the market of furniture products; you competing with other producers and dividing the entire market in some parts. As an entrepreneur your job to cut as much as possible the radial angle on a pie chart with the title “Furniture market share”. The pixels of this diagram are the people who buy the furniture. These are different people and they buy different furniture: starting from the unstained wooden beds from IKEA and ending with sofas that are upholstered in leather of young crocodiles from Caroline Islands that each costs as your apartment.
xially 29 october 2011, 12:20