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Tutor profile: Neil N.

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Neil N.
Front-end developer at Shortnotice
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Subject: Web Development

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Currently, what are your favorite web frameworks?

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Boostrap - responsive web design AngularJS - mobile/web Javascript framework. Framework7 - for creating cross platform mobile applications with nativelike features

Subject: Java Programming

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Using Recursion, find the factorial of a given number.

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public static int findFactorial (int givenNumber){ //base case if(givenNumber ==0){ return 1 } return givenNumber * findFactorial (givenNumber - 1)

Subject: Psychology

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What are some ways to prevent groupthink?

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1) Disagreement should be something that's highly valued within a group. It usually has a bad connotation, but great solutions come from passionate arguments. 2)Don't criticize somebody else for their opinion. Part of the reason groupthink exists is because people are afraid that no one in the group will agree with what they're saying. 3) It starts at the top. The leader needs to be open-minded to its group members' opinions. If not, members will just be compelled to turn into "yes-men."

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