Difference between Programmer, Developer and Hacker

Programmer

  • A programmer is an individual equipped with the expertise to write codes.
  • Programmers usually master in a single or multiple programming languages and boast vast knowledge on related areas also.
  • Their roles are relatively procedural and mandate for total concentration not to mention refined skills.
  • A Programmer is someone who can solve problems by by manipulating computer code.
  • A programmer is solely focused both in writing codes as well as getting features appropriately performed so that these features are accessible for integration and later use.

 

Developer

  • Developers are typically creators.
  • A Developer is a formally trained programmer.
  • They don’t just solve problems or create things, but do so in accordance with a set of design and implementation principles.
  • Developers are experts at identifying ways around various problems as well as plugging together components to fulfill some requirements.

Hacker

  • A hacker is a computer expert who uses his knowledge of computer networking, programming, cryptography, and databases to overcome a problem in the system.
  • A Hacker is someone who makes things.
  • Hackers are more concerned with availing the concept as opposed to minding about the long-term quality.
  • A hacker, as well as hacking, are most useful in dealing with emergency circumstances or when prototyping an item.

– By Chetanya Sharma (3rd Year, Krishna Engineering College)

What Startups really mean ?

A startup is a company working to solve a problem where the solution is not obvious and success is not guaranteed.

“So basically we can say that startups may be the door of the success whose right key we have to find”.

Also, According to PHOBES, 90% startup’s are failed. Thus the risk factor is high.

But if you have decided to become an entrepreneur

then we have something for you.

Just take a ride to this…

What you need to become an Entrepreneur?

Entrepreneur simply means a person who starts a business and is willing to risk loss in order to make money

“Becoming an entrepreneur now a days is like making a cup of coffee. As most of freshers like to be called an Entrepreneur instead of calling as an employee”.

The qualities which an entreprenuer have to hold are:

  1. Innovative ideas
  2. Marketing skills
  3. Team coordination
  4. Financial support
  5. 24×7 working hands

But ARE THESE SUFFICUENT?

The success is standing on five pillars named as[ F,O,C,U,S].

F – “FIND YOUR GOAL”

O – “OPT THE WAY TO GET IT”

C – COOL,CALM AND CURIOSITY THREE MAIN KEYS

U – USE THE ONE WHICH CAN BE YOURS NOT THE ONE WHICH IS ALREADY HOLDING BY SOMEONE ELSE

S – SEEK WHAT IS VALUABLE

Follow this way of FOCUS through GOAL to achieve heights in your startup’s.

Why most of the startup’s does not go well?

There are so many reasons behind this.

  1. Pivot going wrong
  2. Legal challenges
  3. Disharmony within the team or with investors
  4. Poor marketing
  5. Running out of cash money,etc

 

But along with this there is a biggest reason.

We actually don’t know what we exactly want .We always see others and start dreaming.Instead of  thinking about your goals and desires we start working on those dreams which can never be yours. We start our giving efforts for what others are doing not on those in which you can do your best.

So ,

“Instead of dreaming about luxuries

Just go for your goals,

Instead of  hoping for miracles

Just find and go for your roles,

Instead of  fighting for money

Fight to achieve the pride

Instead of making assumption about future

Just take a peacefull inner soul ride”…

 

What should be done after the failure?

The biggest loss is obviously of money that you had invest.

But more then this you may be loose your self confidence.

So,follow this:

1.Take a deep breadth and relax

2.Don’t  take it personally and mentally

3.Reflect and adapt

4.Try to learn from your false activities

5.Plan your next step towards your career in your free time

As we all know the proverb,

“Failure is the key to success,each mistake teaches us something”…

 

– By Prerna Sharma (3rd Year, Krishna Engineering College)

Why mobile apps are better for your business ?

Smart phones had become an integral part of our day to day life. And when we are talking about smart phones all one could think is a lot of fun and necessary apps to have on our device. From social apps to learning tools everything is just a tap away. This increased demand and interest of user in mobile phone application is very well analyzed by various businesses. From street vendors to multiplex cinema mobile apps are now an integral part of every business irrespective of their size and industry. Mobile app can be a trigger to expand your reach to customers. However there is always a confusion whether a website will be a better option for a business rather than app or not. So, here are some of the reasons why one should choose mobile apps over website anytime.

Personalization

If you have a product which user will need on a regular basis then an app is the best option to engage the audience as mobile apps allow user to personalize it according to their preferences.

Push notifications

Push notifications are the best way to engage the audience and increase the click-through rates of your product. The ability of mobile apps to send instant, non-intrusive notifications to users is so desired that it is one of the major reasons why many businesses want to have a mobile app in the first place.

Popularity

Apps are more popular among users than website without any doubt because of all the obvious reasons.

Making use of device features

If your product needs to access a particular feature of the device of user like camera, gallery, etc. then apps proved to be more handy then the websites.

Speed

If speed is a critical point of your product and you don’t want to lose your audience because they can’t bear that buffering so u should definitely go with the mobile application. The reason for this is that mobile apps store user’s data settings locally on the phone – Web apps on the other hand download the data from servers thus mobile apps are faster.

Interactive

Mobile apps are more interactive to the user. So if you have a product like a game or something where user interaction and overall appearance is what concerned you more then a mobile app is the best option for you.

Offline access

Mobile apps allow user to access basic content and functionality in the offline mode which is not that much possible on websites despite of their caching ability.

 

– By Zeba Chaudhary (3rd Year, Krishna Engineering College)

Why would anyone need an app ?

In today’s busy world, everyone is well aware of the importance of getting a direct access to the customers for a better establishment of their services.
With rapid adoption of smart phones and tablets, there’s an increase in opportunities for a business to flourish online.
There are more mobile devices of variant models than there’s computer units in the present world. So it’s required to be up to date with the current technology and business trends. The app revolution has begun only a few years ago and e-marketing is growing rapidly with no signs of slowing down so the business needs a mobile presence to stay connected with a larger audience.

BENEFITS OF HAVING A MOBILE APP

* Quick access hence no waiting

Instead of standing in queues for longer hours, it’s better to provide an adequate reception to the customers where it only takes seconds to launch an app.

* Gaining trust of customers

Its a key to gain any customer’s trust and a way of showing loyalty as an app increases ur visibility and your business is in front of them just a click away.

Cost efficient

As we are interacting through media, the cost of calls, messages, newsletters, fliers etc gets reduced.

* Increased engagement of customers

Mobile apps quickly connect customers to the business. As it is time saving and more accessable, more people gets connected and take interest.

WHAT WE KEEP IN MIND BEFORE DEVELOPING AN APP

* Defining the purpose

It should be serving a purpose to provide value. It should be having an agenda to be fulfilled.

* Presentable and easily accessible

Better the appearance, more the attractiveness. There’s no point having an app which a customer is unable to use, therefore an app should be easily accessible too.

* Customer’s requirements and satisfaction

Meeting the costumer’s needs is of the utmost priority. Placing yourself on the customers side and thinking what would be satisfactory for them is the most important thing to be kept in mind.

* User interface

While interacting with the audience through screens we need to make proper arrangements for them to choose their favorable options with least effort.

* User experience and review

There should always be a help service provided within the app for the customer’s queries and taking review is important as it helps in improvisation of the app.

– By Anushka Saxena (2nd Year, Krishna Engineering College)