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Student Sustainability Summit

Hey sustainability lovers! Curious about next week’s Student Sustainability Summit? I interviewed Samar Kauser, the co-leader of SustainSU’s Special Events Team and a member of the summit planning committee about the goals of the conference and why sustainability is so important to students. 12 more words

Sustainability

24-29 years phase

5 minute read

Steve Waiganjo in 2016 said “the most difficult age for any man should be between 24 and 29 years, the pressure to be something, to be someone is so immense”. 853 more words

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PowerPoint Template: Space

If you watch a lot of Netflix you’ll notice these screensavers featuring depth and motion are quite neat. By layering images that move a short distance over a long time this effect has a wide range of applications and is quick to create. 25 more words

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Your Career Is Just One Long Conversation With Your Audience

I really like the idea that your career is just one long conversation with your audience. There’s a lot of power in that ten word title. 1,324 more words

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A Journey through Agility - My Keynote

Back in November I went to give a talk on Axians Developers Conference. This is the outcome.

Hope you like it 👍

Also if you are interested, this is a workshop I gave at the same conference.

Is agile for you?

Cheers,

Agile

The Power of Data Science Ontogeny: Thick Data on the Indian IT Skill Tutoring Microcosm

Keynote talk: Nimmi Rangaswamy (Associate Professor at the Kohli Centre on Intelligent Systems Indian Institute of Information Technology, IIIT, Hyderabad)

Notions of power embedded in the learning structures of science & technology education are undergoing transformations post the liberalisation era in India. 269 more words

Sneaking into Simon Sinek's Keynote (Shh ...)

I have a tendency to invite myself to things. And, apparently, no shame.

I’ll admit to having FOMO—or fear of missing out. If something seems interesting or fun, I might jokingly say, “Ooh, can I come?” and see how the person I’m imposing on reacts. 838 more words