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How PSD2 is set to change banking up as we know it ...

Fig. 1 – A prophetic vision by Bill Gates!? – Taken from: https://www.slideshare.net/patrickpijl/how-square-is-disrupting-banks/6-Bill_GatesBANKING_ISNECESSARYBANKS_ARENOT

“Banking is necessary.  Banks are not.”  Yep. Bill Gates said it. Back in 1994. 663 more words

Product Management

NZ and Australian Airports in Chaos After Failure of Passenger Security System

Passengers flying internationally from airports all over Australia and New Zealand, today faced hours of delays after a global passenger processing system experienced a failure. 141 more words

Business Aviation News

Solutions to Date-Time Issue between Server Clients at different Timezone

After Investing lot of time in solving the date-time difference problem between Server and Clients due to them being at different Timezone, I understood few things which I would share with you. 528 more words


Perth’s housing supply falls short

The question on everyone’s lips of late has been “Are we being oversupplied with apartments?” but recent research from the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) and the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre (BCEC), has shown that in fact increases in housing stock in Perth have failed to match population growth. 231 more words

Property Council

Do you provide API access to the data shown on your website?

Do you provide API access to the data shown on your website? Are your data purchasable?

No, we do not provide special access (including via API) to any data shown on the pages of our website. 6 more words

Copy #Excel Chart as a Enhanced Metafile Picture by David Hager

I am sharing here yet another great Excel technique from Rob van Gelder. This procedure allows you to click a chart in any open workbook and run the macro to convert the chart to a .emf file at the location of your choice. 196 more words


First of all we need an end point and Postman tool. That end point will look like http://www.abc.com/name . So name will call as an ‘end point’.

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