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Questions for New Text Genres

Writers can run into problems, when they use their usual strategies to deal with new text genres. If you’re used to writing in the form of the five-paragraph essay and apply the same approach when it comes to a research article, you will be in trouble. 609 more words

Being A Writer

How to Schedule Classes as a PreMed: 4 Helpful Tips

The college season is picking back up, and before you know it, the stingy dorm rooms will await you. Of course by now you should have registered for classes for the upcoming fall semester, but if you haven’t, here are some tips to make your life less “I want to rip my hair out” as a premed student. 437 more words

Medical School

User Acceptance Testing for a Business Analyst

User Acceptance Testing is one of the last phases in testing a software process for the business scenario while technical testing is conducted for functionalities. UAT is the process of testing a Software/ project by its end users to verify it has the required functionalities to follow the real world process. 553 more words


Banished From Cureus: Introducing a New Cureus Editorial Policy

Founded with the belief that far too many credible physician and allied medical specialists are disenfranchised by a publishing system driven largely by money and academic promotion, Cureus has, from its inception, bent over backwards to remove barriers to medical publication. 342 more words


Software-Defined Storage in OpenStack

Good post by Rawlinson Rivera (thank you)

t’s time expand and showcase the strength of software-defined storage at the upcoming OpenStack Summit. Take a look at the abstract of the session I’m scheduled to participate as a speaker and lets’ get that bad boy vote in and into the schedule. 65 more words


FODMAP-ing fun

Something I haven’t brought up here before is something I’ve been dealing with for a couple of years now, and from the sounds of it, I’m not alone. 179 more words