Hi all! When we explain someone about productivity, these 2 words hard-work and smart-work inevitably come into consideration. Did you ever think about it? I mean, what “smart-work” really is? How is it different from “hard work”? Keep the answer in your mind and keep reading.
Howdy readers! While going through dgplug summer training, I am getting to know about people who have not only enhanced and simplified the availability of information over the internet, but also about people who have brought the goodness in cyberspace, revealed the secrets behind the internet and what not. As a result of their work, we are now experiencing our internet as it is.
Hello readers! Yesterday, in dgplug summer training, we had a session in which we were introduced to reStructuredText. I had been aware of and used Markdown before but it was my first time that I put my hands on reStruncturedText and seen how it works. Let’s go through a quick intro to this simple yet efficient tool. Continue reading “Intro to reStructuredText”
Hi, it’s been a while since I wrote my last post. Thus, feeling great to write after a long time! I was always curious about managing a blog and writing to it regularly because I was ever interested in the whole concept of writing a blog post. I mean self-learning a new topic all from the web and then summarizing your research in a blog post seems to be amazing, no? But when I started to write blogs I didn’t know most the benefits that were going to happen with me. Continue reading “Why you should write a blog?”
Hello, and I hope this year Christmas has brought you up with lots of happy and cheerful moments!
Coming back to the topic of this post, Oh! I couldn’t come up with a better title than this, to sum up, the gist of this post. Let’s go ahead. Continue reading “Basic terms in cloud services”
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Here is a piece of writing describing an art that is very much essential towards problem-solving approach and learning curve – “Art of Smart – Questioning”.
Whether you are a student being taught by a mentor, or a developer working in a company, or a technician, or a user of a software. Whether you are asking a question related to an error, a fault, a bug, a query, a review of code patch, etc. Then there are ways of asking and framing your question, there are ways of gaining pr-requisite knowledge regarding your problem, there are ways of doing homework. This blog points out the recommended steps while framing something called “smart – questions”. Continue reading “How to ask?”
What I want to share sounds strange to some new Learners, but it is very much practical in our real life. And the best part is we never realize this, unless and until a clear picture of scenario going on in this very much real world than the one we get encountered in those theoretical textbooks kept in front of our eyes. What’s the point then?
“ This blog is what I have learned from and inspired by a fantastic article by Peter Norvig. Continue reading “Learn within days, why?”