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Insightful videos on "Interview Preparation" by 26+ professionals - 0 views

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    Here's the step by step guide for Data Science Interview Process The Interview process begins directly from the point you begin investigating the various job positions that allure you. Furthermore, it goes up to the stage of in-person (face to face) interviews. Remember that this is a crucial interview procedure. You probably won't need to experience every single step in your interview procedure. Comprehend and follow the Different Roles, Skills and Interviews Update your Resume and Start Applying! Telephonic Screening Clearing the Assignments In-Person Interaction(s) Post-Interview Steps The above-mentioned steps will be helpful all through your Interview preparation! Know about different Roles, Skills and Interviews in Data Science The main thing you need to comprehend is that there are many jobs in the data science environment. An average data science project has a life cycle. A data scientist is just one part of an effective data science project. Let's check out a quick run-through of different data Scientist job roles. Data Scientist Business Analyst Data Analyst Data Visualizer Analyst Data Science Manager Data Architect AI Engineer PC Vision Engineer You need to have great correspondence and critical thinking skills. You need not know Python and technicals skills. A data architect will probably be tested on his/her programming skills. Get prepared as per the company's expectations. Prepare for the interviews- Create your Digital presence Over 80% of employers we addressed revealed that they check an applicant's LinkedIn profile. Recruiters need to crosscheck and assure the claims made in the resume are genuine or not. You ought to have a LinkedIn profile. It ought to be updated and enhanced by the role(s) you're applying for. Make a GitHub account. Writing computer programs is a crucial task in the data science job role. Transferring your code and ventures to GitHub helps the recruiters see your work directly. Regularly
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Data Science Project Management and Business Understanding by 112+ professionals - 0 views

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    How to Prepare for a Data Scientist Interview? Are you struggling to get into data science and wondering what the interviews will be like? You might even know data science. You might also know about Data Science tools and techniques but still getting rejected in the interviews. It is essential to brush up your skillset to become a Data Scientist in demand. These are some times where many of us are hoping to change or find some job. Interview preparation has become an important step to land a good job. What's more, interviews are a serious thing for everybody. Uncertainty, randomness, and human blunders make an interview damn unnerving. Preparing for an interview is the only way to limit your misfortunes during an interview. Here's the step by step guide for Data Science Interview Process The Interview process begins directly from the point you begin investigating the various job positions that allure you. Furthermore, it goes up to the stage of in-person (face to face) interviews. Remember that this is a crucial interview procedure. You probably won't need to experience every single step in your interview procedure. Comprehend and follow the Different Roles, Skills and Interviews Update your Resume and Start Applying! Telephonic Screening Clearing the Assignments In-Person Interaction(s) Post-Interview Steps The above-mentioned steps will be helpful all through your Interview preparation! Know about different Roles, Skills and Interviews in Data Science The main thing you need to comprehend is that there are many jobs in the data science environment. An average data science project has a life cycle. A data scientist is just one part of an effective data science project. Let's check out a quick run-through of different data Scientist job roles. Data Scientist Business Analyst Data Analyst Data Visualizer Analyst Data Science Manager Data Architect AI Engineer PC Vision Engineer
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Visualization & Storytelling by 31+ professionals - 0 views

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    Are you struggling to get into data science and wondering what the interviews will be like? You might even know data science. You might also know about Data Science tools and techniques but still getting rejected in the interviews. It is essential to brush up your skillset to become a Data Scientist in demand. These are some times where many of us are hoping to change or find some job. Interview preparation has become an important step to land a good job. What's more, interviews are a serious thing for everybody. Uncertainty, randomness, and human blunders make an interview damn unnerving. Preparing for an interview is the only way to limit your misfortunes during an interview.
Ihering Alcoforado

50 Interesting Ways To Use Skype In Your Classroom | Edudemic - 19 views

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    I'm a so-so fan of Skype. I've used it on an infrequent basis and have had more than a few dropped calls. Audio and video alike. However, it's a cheap way to make long distance calls and seems to work better over wi-fi and the video quality is improving on a regular basis. So therefore it's probably a great tool for the classroom. But how can you use Skype to do more than just make calls? Well, there's a pantload of interesting ways! Check out these fun ideas: Collaborate! Meet with other classrooms: One of the most common projects educators utilize Skype for is setting up exchanges with classrooms around the world, usually for cultural exchange purposes or working together on a common assignment. The program's official site provides some great opportunities to meet up with like-minded teachers and students sharing the same goals. Practice a foreign language: Connect with individual learners or classrooms hailing from a different native tongue can use a Skype collaboration to sharpen grammar and pronunciation skills through conversation. Peace One Day: Far beyond classroom collaborations, the Peace One Day initiative teamed up with Skype itself and educators across the globe to teach kids about the importance of ending violence, war, and other social ills. Around the World with 80 Schools: This challenge asks participating schools to hook up with 80 worldwide and report back what all they've learned about other cultures and languages. Talk about the weather: One popular Skype project sees participants from different regions make note of the weather patterns for a specified period of time, with students comparing and contrasting the results. Collaborative poetry: In this assignment, connected classrooms pen poetic pieces together and share them via video conferencing. Practice interviews: The education system frequently receives criticism for its failure to prepare students for the real world, but using Skype to help them run through mock-up
Nica Nogard

Must Have Teacher Interview Guide - 1 views

I am a newly qualified teacher and I am very excited to work on my first job. I already applied to one of the most prestigious universities in our place yet I am a little bit hesitant if I can answ...

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"Know about Product Management Interviews" by + professionals - 0 views

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    At Antwak, we interview Product Managers (PM) across the globe about their experiences and professional journey as Product Manager. How do they handle multiple tasks and responsibilities? What is a day in the life of a Product Manager like? Have you ever wondered what do Product Managers care about? And what Product managers need to know? Let's check out what these successful professionals say about their life as a Product Manager: Gretchen (Gretchen Rodriguez) - Sr Product Manager eBay: She shared the challenges she faced in this role while doing product management before moving to the US. During that period the job title Product Manager was not that popular and was wondering how to proceed and that's when she decided to wait for the opportunity to apply for this role to get this job title and role specifically to start officially. It was a challenge to wait to get this role after a long wait. But again it was worth waiting. Sr. Product Manager Abhishek (Abhishek Shukla) -Adobe, Ex- Flipkart shared the challenges he faced in setting up a new product in his first 30 days. He focused on learning about the product and market in the first 30 days to achieve success. Learning about the product is not simply knowing product details but the challenges and uncertainties attached to it. Knowing about your customers, vendors, marketers, competitors, stakeholders in the ecosystem as a whole. Strive to determine your place in the ecosystem and your competitor's strategies. Apart from these takeaways, one should also focus on the company's core competencies and product strategies. Product Manager-Preeti Sekar also speaks about the challenges an early professional might face in this role as a PM in the first 30 days. A person might be from a different domain, profile, and experience and new to this role facing all sorts of criticism and feedback from customers, stakeholders, etc, and eventually one can settle themselves with the roles and responsibilities of a Pr
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Top 10 Podcasts for Cybersecurity in 2021 - 0 views

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    Cybersecurity is an area that is new and exciting. People like to know how to be safe from cyber attacks to digital terrorism. It can at first seem daunting to dive into the field of cybersecurity because it is a complex topic. However, with technology being a greater part of everyday life, it is a must to know about cyber risks. Cybersecurity podcasts have been a useful tool for years to absorb security content, keep updated with the recent risks, hear about current events, and everything else you need to know in order to stay at the top of your game. If you work in technology or are only starting to learn about the field, these are the best podcasts on the topic of cybersecurity. There are several great podcasters lauding from the security field, delivering decades of experience, fresh experiences, and useful knowledge to listeners around the globe. We have discovered 10 podcasts full of engaging conversations, interviews, and resources on recent trends and events. These podcasts are great at keeping up on the news, gathering valuable advice, not to forget that they are fun to listen to, from the newest security technologies to the emergence of new malware. Here goes the list of top 10 podcasts in cybersecurity in 2021. 1. Darknet Diaries: Host: Jack Rhysider Date of podcast launch: September 2017 Three typical topics: ATM hacking, the history of carding, Stuxnet Available on: RSS, YouTube, Spotify, iTunes, Google, Overcast, Stitcher and others Average episode length: 60 minutes, bi-weekly Website: darknetdiaries.com Darkest Diaries is undoubtedly amongst one of the most fascinating and interesting podcasts. Something that should be on the top of your watchlist. This investigatory podcast digs deeper into actual tales about cybercrime, malware, and everything else on the internet that is suspicious. Darknet Diaries provides extensive review for those who are pragmatic about the data breaches faced to today's people and corporations, featuring "true stories f
Namit kapoor

IAS exams questions and funny but creative answers - 0 views

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    All of us dream to clear IAS or IPS exams to have some respectable position in society.. But do you know during interview sometimes they ask you the most tricky...
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    Funny but very creative answers of IAS exams
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ALA | Interview with Keith Curry Lance - 0 views

  • The basic question tackled in school library impact research to date have been if school libraries or librarians make a difference? And, if so, how much and how? At least in recent years, more attention has gone to measuring the impact of school libraries than to explaining how that impact is achieved; but, the focus is beginning to move from the former to the latter. Four studies, or sets of studies, illustrate the formative history of this line of research.
  • The findings documented, and elaborated upon, the SchoolMatch claim that [the level of] school library expenditures was a key predictor of academic achievement, as measured by standardized tests, specifically in Colorado, scores on the Iowa Tests of Basic Skills (ITBS).
  • other key library predictors, including the amount and level of library staffing, collection size, and the amount of time the school librarian spends playing an instructional role.
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  • by 2005, the Colorado study model had been replicated and elaborated upon to a greater or lesser extent in Colorado and more than a dozen other states by five different researchers or research teams. Collectively, they have studied the impact of school libraries in approximately 8,700 schools with enrollments totaling more than 2.6 million students.
  • using this research to advocate for school library programs has affected the relationships of school librarians with both principals and teachers. Four out of five respondents (81 percent) reported that they shared the research with their principals. (Between one-third and half also reported sharing this research with their superintendents, other administrators, technology staff, and/or parents.) Almost two out of three respondents (66 percent) reported sharing the research with teachers. As a result, approximately two-thirds of respondents report that sharing the research improved their relationships with their principals (69 percent) or teachers (66 percent).
  • Krashen suggests quite the reverse. Reading and library use are not direct consequences of students being from more prosperous homes, but rather from the fact that more prosperous homes tend to offer more books and other reading materials, and, thereby, to encourage reading and library use. Thus, he hypothesizes, libraries—both public and school—have an important role to play in equalizing access to books and other reading materials for disadvantaged students.
  • Overall, students and teachers confirmed that the school libraries studied helped students by making them more information- and computer-literate generally, but especially in their school work, and by encouraging them to read for pleasure and information—and, in the latter case, to read critically—beyond what they are required to do for school.
  • their core results were remarkably consistent. Across states and grade levels, test scores correlated positively and statistically significantly with staff and collection size; library staff activities related to learning and teaching, information access and delivery, and program administration; and the availability of networked computers, both in the library and elsewhere in the school, that provide access to library catalogs, licensed databases, and the World Wide Web. The cause-and-effect claim associated with these correlations was strengthened by the reliability of the relationships between key library variables (i.e., staffing levels, collection size, spending) and test scores when other school and community conditions were taken into account.
  • A series of studies that have had a great deal of influence on the research and decision-making discussions concerning school library media programs have grown from the work of a team in Colorado—Keith Curry Lance, Marcia J. Rodney, and Christine Hamilton-Pennell (2000).
  • Recent school library impact studies have also identified, and generated some evidence about, potential "interventions" that could be studied. The questions might at first appear rather familiar: How much, and how, are achievement and learning improved when . . . librarians collaborate more fully with other educators? libraries are more flexibly scheduled? administrators choose to support stronger library programs (in a specific way)? library spending (for something specific) increases?
  • high priority should be given to reaching teachers, administrators, and public officials as well as school librarians and school library advocates.
  • Perhaps the most strategic option, albeit a long-term one, is to infiltrate schools and colleges of education. Most school administrators and teachers never had to take a course, or even part of a course, that introduced them to what constitutes a high-quality school library program.
  • Three factors are working against successful advocacy for school libraries: (1) the age demographic of librarians, (2) the lack of institutionalization of librarianship in K–12 schools, and (3) the lack of support from educators due to their lack of education or training about libraries and good experiences with libraries and librarians.
  • These vacant positions are highly vulnerable to being downgraded or eliminated in these times of tight budgets, not merely because there is less money to go around, but because superintendents, principals, teachers, and other education decision-makers do not understand the role a school librarian can and should play.
  • If we want the school library to be regarded as a central player in fostering academic success, we must do whatever we can to ensure that school library research is not marginalized by other interests.    
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    A great overview of Lance's research into the effectiveness of libraries.  He answers the question: Do school libraries or librarians make a difference?  His answer (A HUGE YES!) is back by 14 years of remarkable research.  The point is proved.  But this information remains unknown to many principals and superintendents.  Anyone interested in 21st century teaching and learning will find this interview fascinating.
Martin Burrett

My Favourite Scientist - 0 views

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    This is a great video site showing the life and careers of famous scientists. Find out about Richard Feynman, Rosalind Franklin, Gregor Mendel and even Mister Spock in interviews with scientists in their field today. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Science
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Tcs Placement Papers - 1 views

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    Download tcs placement papers in ms word and pdf format for written exams. Check tcs sample interview questions and test papers for your job interview.
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