If you are associated with the high technology (Software) area, you know the importance of reading and practising new technologies. This is all the more important for new college graduates. With that in mind, I am recommending a three books to new college graduates who aspire to succeed in the technology industry. I have read these books and I feel they can be useful at any time in your career.
After a long hiatus it is time for the semi-annual update about my blogging and learning goals. Clearly I have been late on this blog itself and it should be an indicator of how the rest of the year is going to be.
A very happy new year to the readers of my blogs. It is time for the semi-annual update about my blogging and learning goals. And I must say there are some interesting goals that I conjuring up for myself.
The customary update about my blogging and learning goals is here.
First of all a very happy new year to all the readers. The fact that this blog comes more than a month into 2017 should give you hints on what sort of goals I have planned for 2017 first half. I will start with an assessment of the second half of 2016.
It is that time of the year again - time to share my blogging and learning goals for the second half of 2016. Let’s start with a review of the first half of 2016.
I am late by a month in sharing my blogging and learning goals for the first half of 2016. Let’s start with a review of the second half of 2015.
As I have been doing for last few years, it is time to assess how well I have done on my blogging and learning goals. I will also share my goals for the second half of 2015.
Here I am once again, with fresh blogging and learning goals for the first half of 2015. This time I am able to share my goals earlier than usual. In the past, I was delayed by almost 2 months. This is clearly a good start for me and I hope that the rest of the year, I am able to stick to a better cadence for my blogging.
Here is my mid-year (I know I am off by couple of months) review of my blogging and learning goals for 2014. I will start off with my assessment of the first half of 2014 and then wrap with goals for the remaining four months of this year.