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Coaching Skills

Target Audience This workshop is developed for those who wish to help trainees effectively apply skills learned in training courses at their workplace, using a structured approach to learning transfer. Managers with direct responsibility for training programs and administrators with … Continue reading

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GLOSS, EASE, FEED and OFF stand for?

The FARMERS School is a ToT platform which offers 16 modular courses on rice-based integrated farming and marketing to boost the training capacities of agricultural extension workers, local farmer technicians, and farmer leaders. Each module was developed by assigned partner … Continue reading

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Principles of adult education

“Education” has a lot of sense, but it is generally accepted as a change in behavior.Writing is not intended to analyze existing theories behind Adult Education, but tounderstand the principles of Adult Education (or commonly abbreviated as POD) is acceptable. The principles presented here are essentially the same as that developed insome training using instructional methods, but the one thing that distinguishes the PODprinciples more widely known. These principles are related to the training (training) and education, and … Continue reading

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java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.springframework.web.context.ContextLoaderListener

I had a similar problem when running a spring web application in an Eclipse managed tomcat. I solved this problem by adding maven dependencies in the project’s web deployment assembly. Open the project’s properties (e.g., right-click on the project’s name in … Continue reading

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Basic Strategy for Algorithmic Problem Solving

https://www.cs.jhu.edu/~jorgev/cs106/ProblemSolving.html The strategy consists of five big steps: Read and comprehend the problem statement. Select theoretical concepts that may be applied. Qualitative description of the problem. Formalization of a solution strategy. Test and description of the solution. Each step has … Continue reading

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All About TransactionScope

1. Introduction TransactionScope is a very special and important class in the .NET Framework. Supporting transactions from a code block is the main responsibility of this class. We often use this class for managing local as well as distributed transactions from … Continue reading

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Moq – Mock Database

Introduction Moq is a very useful framework which easily mocks service calls and methods for your unit testing. This article helps you to understand Moq with respect to mocking a database (i.e. writing unit test cases for your repository project). … Continue reading

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