Agile, Scrum, Waterfall and Kanban: Project Management Methodology

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There are a number of project management methodology that you can use over the course of a project. Amongst those are Agile, Scrum, Waterfall and Kanban.

Some like agile methodology as it follows an incremental approach. It’s open to changing requirements over time and allows constant feedback from the end users. Others, like Kanban, as its advocates for continuous flow. Each method has a pros and cons, and we will determine which one to use that meets your requirements.

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Thrive Leads: A List-Building Plugin that Gives You an On-demand Traffic

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Thrive Leads is a new kind of List-Building Plugin for Wordpress. It’s a one plugin that you can use to create every kind of Opt-in Form you can think of.

You can build every type of Opt-In Form to maximize your conversions such as ThriveBox (Popup Lightbox), “Sticky” Ribbon, In-Line Forms, 2-Step Opt-In Form, Slide-In, Opt-In Widget, Screen Filler Overlay, Content Lock, Scroll Mat and Multiple Choice Forms.

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Why I Love Python Programming (And You Should, Too!)

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If you want to learn programming and asking yourself what programming language to start with, I suggest python. Python is a high-level and dynamic programming language that’s very easy to learn (easier than Java and C++). It teaches basic concept that is not required in most other languages, but can make the programmer’s lives easier, like indentation and naming conventions. It also features some support in functional programming and aspect-oriented programming.

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Negotiation Strategy That Can Help You in Closing Big Deals

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Creating a planning checklist, positioning yourself, understanding other party’s point of view and creating a contract within the “shadow of the law” is integral in good negotiation. I’m very fortunate in closing small and big deals using those concepts and I would like to help you by sharing my thoughts on achieving the best possible outcome in your negotiation.

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Maximize your brain through Focused and Diffuse Mode of Thinking

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One key brain topics that I learned from Barbara Oakley (Author of A Mind for Numbers), is that our brain has two modes of thinking. Focused and diffuse mode. And learning how it works can give us full concentration in any subject, and to have a better general perspective about anything.

It also gives me the confidence to master any subjects I would like to specialize even though its a very new concept I haven’t heard of before. It’s open to a limitless possibility. It gives me a full appreciation of my brain, how it works and what it can accomplish.

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What is Machine Learning and How it Affects Our Daily Lives?

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Machine learning is the field of study that “gives computers the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed” (Arthur Samuel, 1959). It’s a type of AI (Artificial Intelligence) in a sense that we let the machine mimic human behavior such as “learning” and “problem solving”.

In 1997, Tom Mitchell gave a concrete definition that has proven to be useful in any ML projects. “A computer program is said to learn from experience E with respect to some task T and some performance measure P, if its performance on T, as measured by P, improves with experience E.” — Tom Mitchell, Carnegie Mellon University

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