Are you a data scientist?
If yes. Well, then you must be feeling pretty damn “sexy”.
Sexy doing the hottest job of the century. Sexy being in the highest position, Sexy of being considered as a most demanded person. Sexy dealing with glamorous artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, and all. Sexy earning around $13K to $120K per year. Sexy living your dream life while doing your so-called dream job.
Well, I hate to break it to you but you aren’t… sexy anymore.
I started writing almost a year ago. I had always wanted to write for years but never had the guts to start, and the idea of even writing a word scares the hell out of me.
As Stephen King said it the best, “The scariest moment is always just before you start.”
It wasn’t until last year that I gathered up the courage to finally start writing but I realized that I didn’t know what or how the hell I am supposed to do it. So I turned to the only place I think will help me: successful writers
Henry David Thoreau once said, “It is too late to be studying Hebrew; it is more important to understand even the slang of today.”
And his theory couldn’t be more true in today’s scenario where slangs are an essential part of conversing in English and is so — especially American slang words that top the popularity chart among people nowadays.
For native speakers who have grown up hearing the same phrases and expressions, it can be easy to overlook just how strange they are. As Carl Sandburg has said:
“Slang is a language that rolls up its sleeves, spits on…
Tabatha Coffey once said, “Classics never make a comeback. They wait for that perfect moment to take the spotlight from overdone, tired trends.” However, his theory makes more sense in the case of Fortran which is finally back in the spotlight again — after more than 10 years.
You know that’s the thing about trends. You might never know what may hit the strike again. What may be today’s landfill, might end up becoming tomorrow's trend and vice versa.
That’s what exactly happened with Fortran.
According to the April 2021 latest report of programming watchdogs TIOBE, Fortan has re-entered the…
Alan Watts once said, “The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance.” However, his theory makes more sense in this current outbreak situation. Although we almost got rid of coronavirus, now here we’re again fighting against its second wave.
It’s been more than a year that this pandemic shook the entire world. In a blink of an eye, everything went from offline to online whether it’s student education, professional office meetings, or grocery shopping.
Personally, I tend to prefer pursuing courses over reading books or scrolling through a bunch of youtube videos.
Although the best books could beat any mediocre courses, reading a hundred pages of books can frustrate a beginner’s mind. And that’s where online courses come into the picture.
They not only are more balanced but are also designed in such a way that anyone can understand and grasp their concepts easily.
There are a bunch of platforms that offer online courses from the top skilled professors but not all of them offer free certificates. …
“If only I could stop doing that, I could change my life forever”
That’s me, for the most part of my life. I always had that list of things or tiny habits, as you call them, that I wish I could get rid of already…to be my best self.
“If only I could stop seeking approval, I could be happy.”
“If only I could stop comparing myself, I could love myself.”
If, If, and If… and the list goes on and on. And the fact I was aware of those mini toxic habits doesn’t make me focus on getting rid…
Heavy loads, weigh upon the crown of the king developer.
As software continues to eat the world, the demand for skilled developers is deliberately increasing. But as the demand is increasing it’s very rare to find good programmers or developers!
Technology is vast and It doesn’t matter how much you’re an experienced or professional programmer, as a modern developer you should know how to integrate modern technologies and other technical stuff to be a master in your field.
If you’re looking to dust off your resume or update your current skill set, here is the list of the most desirable…
“Mom, Dad I’ve something to tell you. And guess what? You couldn’t have imagined this — not even in your wildest dreams. But first promise me you’ll not freak out okay.”
For weeks now, yeah for weeks — I have been imagining this exact conversation. You know when I will finally drop that huge bomb on them. I wonder how are they going to react to it. Whether they would freak out badly, which I think they would, or would they think that their oldest daughter has grown two heads and has gone completely insane.
I even sleep myself to…
My old friend, Vinni, calls to invite me to her 21st birthday party. It really sounds brilliant. Lots of people I know will be there. It’s going to be a total blast. I want to go.
I really, really want to go.
From the start, I have always been a “yes girl.” If my friends invite me to hang out, I say hell yeah even though I really want to spend the day reading books. If my teacher asks if I could do a particular assignment, I happily accept it even though I honestly don't want to.
“Yes” is pretty…
Dreamer. Achiever. Explorer