Hello !Even I was a fresher few months back and was not much aware of the domains in Mechanical Engineering.First you need to understand the different domains a core mechanical company has and its function.There are domains like Production, Design , Quality, Purchase, Sales and R&D (Research & Development).If you have a good communication skill you can choose your domain as Sales Engineer.If you are interested in commercials you can choose Purchase as your domain.If you are interested in modeling you can choose Design as your domain.For this Designing knowledge is must.If you are very good in your technical knowledge you can opt for Production , Quality and R&D.It all depends on your area of interest, soft skills and your technical skills .Keeping this in mind you can upload your resumes in job portals like Jobs - Recruitment - Job Search - Employment - Job Vacancies - Naukri.com , Monster Jobs - Job Search, Career Advice & Hiring Resources .Write exams like Amcat, e-Litmus to improve your chances of hiring .Keep reminding your seniors or people you know who are working in core company regarding the openings in their company.Visit the company’s website you are willing to join and apply in their website’s career section .Only these are the options you have as a fresher . Keep searching in internet for openings.All the best :)A small piece of advise: It is difficult to get a job in core company as a fresher. Don't lose hopes, give your best and keep trying . Simultaneously you should improve your technical skills and soft skills. This will help you to increase your chances of hiring in a core company. The more the skill the more are the chances of entering into a core company.
OpenCart installation is easy and takes less than 5 minutes to install.Step 1 : First download and unzip OpenCart into Local Machine.Here we are considering OpenCart version 126.96.36.199. You can Download the Latest version of OpenCart from OpenCart website (recommended).Step 2 : After extracting you will get folder “upload”. The “upload” folder contains all the files needed to upload. Now copy all the content of the “upload” folder to your local hosting folder. You can use WAMP, XAMP, LAMP etc. according to requirement.Here I am using Centos Operating system and created folder “opencart_store” ( in directory var/www/html/ ) to install OpenCart.Step 3 : Now you can start the installation by accessing http://localhost/opencart_store . Press “Continue” button.Step 4 : OpenCart checks for the requirements & lets you know if anything required is missing. In the below screen-shot OpenCart is looking for config.php file.We need to rename default config-dist.php to config.php under store root folder & Admin folder of OpenCart.Step 5 : The next step is to create a database on the MySQL server for OpenCart store.Step 6 : Now fill in the Database Details & admin credentials in your OpenCart installation and press "continue" button.Step 7 : Now you have installed OpenCart on your machine successfully. Delete the Folder named "install" from your set-up.Step 8 : You can access admin panel using urlhttp://localhost/opencart_store/admin/ Home page using urlhttp://localhost/opencart_store/ Check out some of the top OpenCart Free Themes and use them on your local machine to get the idea.
I’m not sure what you’re exactly asking here. My assumption is that you’ve already installed MySQL on your Ubuntu machine (I’m including installation steps anyway in case it’s needed), and have exported the database from MySQL on another machine which you now wish to import here. Please comment below this answer if there’s something else that you’re looking for.Install MySQL (Skip this if it’s already installed)i) Open Terminal using [ctrl]+[alt]+[t].ii) Install MySql using these commands:sudo apt-get install mysql-serversudo apt-get install mysql-clientiii) Once the installation is complete, the MySQL server should be started automatically. You can run the following command from a terminal prompt to check whether the MySQL server is running:sudo netstat -tap | grep mysqliv) If the server is not running correctly, you can type the following command to start it:sudo /etc/init.d/mysql restartv) You can edit the /etc/mysql/my.cnf file to configure the basic settings: log file, port number, etc.Import the database from a SQL file (let’s say it’s named dbase.sql)i) Open Terminal using [ctrl]+[alt]+[t].ii) Run this command with the require username & database name. Replace localhost with the hostname you need if it’s different from your local machine. If you don’t remember the database name, try without mentioning it; it’s quite possible that the value might be given in the .sql file itself:mysql -u username -p -h localhost database_name < dbase.sqliii) If 2.(ii) doesn’t work for you, try MySQLimport.Thanks for the A2A, Prabhudeep Singh :)
Okay, nobody argue with me and say another achievement is harder, to make my answer unique, I’m gonna add an extra detail.What are the hardest achievements to get in kids’ video game?Well I’m not gonna rank up to it, I’ll get straight to it. Some of you who have read one of my answers might know which achievement I’m about to mention.Sonic Unleashed - Hard Boiled:Eat all the hotdogs in Eggmanland.Okay, can’t be that hard right?Let’s see how to get the hotdogs.Speedrun the last level without dying in 75 minutes or less.Now here’s where I would like to mention what the last level is like.Not only do you play as normal Sonic.You eventually get to a door at 5–10 minutes par time (possible to get here in less than 1). To open it, you turn into none other than Sonic the Werehog.Now, I’m not doing a step by step. But this transition? It happens a lot.To make matters worse, dying is ridiculously easy in this level, and it’s probably easier to do as Werehog Sonic than normal Sonic. Werehog Sonic is mostly used for beat ’em up and puzzle gameplay… puzzle… easier to die… right.Oh, I believe I forgot to mention something.Yeah, right, the last level has a par time of roughly 60–90 minutes, with deaths. So 75 minutes doesn’t sound bad right? Just play through it once and you got it, right?WRONG!Sure you get the hotdog, but look at what the achievement says again. “Eat ALL the hotdogs…” After you do this, you then have to do it again in 65 minutes or less. Still doable, I have done it myself, but this is where it kicks you in the pants.There are 3 hotdogs.The final hotdog is obtained by completing the final level in 45 minutes or less without dying.Did I forget to mention the last room is filled with two minibosses?This achievement is impossible to me. I still haven’t gotten it. The closest I have gotten was 47 or 49 minutes, or dying at the last miniboss at 30 minutes.This is a game for kids!(Also let’s forget that the final boss fight in the game featured a quick time event, requiring the player to hit the X/ button 5 times a second for 12 seconds. Sure I might be able to get to 5/s but 5/s x 12s? Hell no, I duct taped a piece of lego to my drill and did it that way).But seriously, there are gods that complete this in less than 3 minutes.
A serious prerequisite for success in mixing, is to have an absolute FLAT response in your phones or speakers- they should reproduce the music without emphasizing or lessening sounds at any frequency. The point being you don’t know what equipment the music will be played back on, so you want to capture the music exactly as recorded, and let each user boost/attenuate frequency ranges according to taste (or need). Of course studio monitor headphones will be very expensive, but most likely speakers (and amp) will be even more so. (and as mentioned, the characteristics of the listening room must also be ‘flat’).I guess I’m showing my age, thinking about how to best provide a mix to listen to while sitting in front of a set of stereo speakers. The sound waves coming out of two separate speakers will ultimately interact in the air space to produce the perceived sound, so I would recommend ultimately using speakers to monitor the goodness of the result.But it appears that most folk now listen to music through some form of earphones- buds, to full ‘cans’ sitting on top of ears. I concede that it makes sense to mix that music considering how it would sound ‘going direct’ into the ears.Geez, I just realized I don’t have a definitive answer, just considerations for you to ponder for your own situation.PS and we didn’t even consider mixing for portable standalone speakers, which typically have speakers almost back to back next to each other!
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Impossible to say, because it would depend on what they would have instead. If, say, harbor cities where ship comes in, crewmember or passenger gives birth, ship goes out with mother and child never to return,-situations were very common, would have requested an exclusion for those kiddies, they would have been told: We covered that with "subject to jurisdiction", but if their, really fine, harbor friends would have brought a couple of fine imports, and if their 14th writing amendment buds would have made it say that all people 'born living in the USA and subject...' instead of 'born in the USA and subject...' would be US citizens,which would mean that the USA had a more republican Ius Domicili birthright citizenship, "you are a citizen where your home stood when you were born", and thus more in line with it being a free country, rather than the feudal "we stick a subjecthood on you, because we, your evil overlords, own the land on which you were born, even if it were on a shopping trip." Chances are that in that case, barring a couple of fully accidental citizenships having been prevented, a few others being created, and the constitution being a word longer, which could have butterfly effects, of course, nothing much would change, birth tourism would be harder, birthers would be concerned where a certain president lived when he was born, rather than where he was born, but the USA would largely be the same, as immigrants (legal or not) would have their babies be citizens, just the same, and probably the US would still be seen by many people as a Ius soli country, as we can see with the Netherlands, which is often listed as a Double Ius Soli-birthright citizenship country, while it is a Double Ius Domicili-birthright country.(Double means that the grandchildren get the citizenship as a birthright, i.e. after two births in the country with Ius Soli or two births as resident with Ius Domicili)