Stock phrases that have become nonsense through endless repetition relating to IT.
Do you mean ''What does the AUM Mantra mean?''
No, but sometimes "average" means "mean" - when it doesn't mean median, geometric mean, or something else entirely.
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See mean-8. Or get a dictionary.
There is no statistical term such as "deviation mean".
I am looking for a list of common buzzwords.
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Buzzwords are often used by fashionable people. They are often used by people who belong in a specific group. It is like their own special language that only they use.
java buzzwords like simple , Secure , Portable, Object-Oriented, Robust, Dynamic, etc............
The internet is fully of buzzwords the internet is a private network that is contained within an enterprise
buzzwords are nothing but the feature of java programming and they are as follows... 1 complied and interpreted 2 platform independent and portable 3 high performance 4 Robust 5 simple 6 Secure...........
"Buzzword" is used to describe something that has be trendy or fashionable. It is sometimes used to reference words that have lost their meaning though endless repetition.
Edie Freedman, who designed the first O'Reilly programming books' animal covers, said she was inspired by the weird buzzwords used by UNIX programmers, many of which were the topic of the books. She therefore looked for images of 'Dungeons and Dragons' images, and came across a collection of 19th century animal wood engravings, which she figured would fit the buzzwords. Please see the full story in the related link.
They are meaningless buzzwords. The term 3GL came first after the introduction of third generation hardware. Although some languages have claimed to be 4GL and 5GL, they are all informal classifications, buzzwords adopted by marketing types that have no specific meaning. All high-level languages are correctly classified according to their type: imperative; declarative; functional; object-oriented; and so on.
International communication with regard to international marketing is using culturally appropriate references and buzzwords in advertising. It requires in-depth knowledge of language and culture.
"We have/will send your application to the company/department/person who is doing the hiring."What more than that it might mean depends on who is telling you this.If it's a headhunter, then it means "your application wasn't scribbled in crayon on a dirty napkin, so we didn't just throw it away immediately, we actually sent it to a company that might (or might not) decide to hire you."If it's a company's HR department, it means "The buzzwords in your application matched the buzzwords in our hiring template, so we decided it was worth passing on to the manager who will actually be hiring someone instead of throwing it away as not worth wasting his time on."If it's a random person in a company, it means "I sent it to someone who I think might have something to do with the hiring process for the position you're applying for."
the Java 'white paper" buzzwords: simple object oriented network savvy robust secure architecture neutral portable interpreted hight performance multithreaded dynamic