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Soft Skills to Advance Your Developer Career
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As a software developer, your technical skill set is in high demand. Devices and technology have become an integral part of our everyday lives and no digital organization can thrive without technical professionals on the payroll. However, career plateaus are inevitable in even the most high-demand field. Companies do not only need software developers, they need software developers with soft skills.In Soft Skills to Advance Your Developer Career, author Zsolt Nagy explores how emotional intelligence can give your software development career an edge. These subjects are not taught in school, and unfortunately the career advancement of many excellent developers can be blocked by their inability to effectively communicate their needs, assert themselves, and negotiate confidently. Throughout this book, Nagy shows you how to actively improve and prioritize your soft skills so that you can better represent the holistic interests of your team, obtain better working conditions, negotiate raises, and increase your variety of employment options by elevating your interviewing skills.Discover the obstacles standing between you and a fulfilling career by finding and improving strengths you may not have even known you had. Jump out of your box with Soft Skills to Advance Your Developer Career and leverage your expertise with effortless confidence at all stages of your professional journey.What You Will LearnExamine why software developer careers cannot be treated similarly as any other career pathUnderstand the four soft-skills you need to advance your careerDevelop a strategy for your personal brand and align it with your career planRealize the role of assertive communication, and the importance of giving and receiving feedbackCreate a plan for setting yourself up for a raise or promotionDiscover techniques for acing the behavioral and coding interviewWho This Book Is ForSoftware developers who have the technical skills required for career advancement, but want a guide on how to manage their careers

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 25.09.2020
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The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind
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"Valeh Nazemoff recommends leaders apply what she calls 'mastermind intelligence' to find strategy sweet spots by being smart about financial, customer and business data." - Sonja Carberry, "Keep Business Strategy in Motion to Stay Competitive," Investor's Business Daily , Jan. 8, 2015"It takes a lot of smarts to run a business, but not just any smarts. Four specific mental skills or 'intelligences' will help make any entrepreneur more successful, according to Valeh Nazemoff." - Minda Zetlin, "4 Mental Skills Every Business Leader Needs," Inc. , Dec. 24, 2014"Nazemoff offers a framework to help business leaders sort through the endless barrage of data and make decisions effectively...ultimately helping business transform and grow to where you want it to be." - Nicole Fallon, Business News Daily , Dec. 17, 2014"I highly recommend that you look at your organization through the lens of The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind . If you do so, your business will improve in unexpected ways." - Mark Waldman, Executive MBA Faculty, Loyola Marymount University" The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind uses a revolutionary four-quadrant-based approach to teach you how to retrain your brain to optimize and transform your business. Valeh Nazemoff has written an excellent book with a commonsense approach and clear guidance." - Shaun Khalfan, Chief of Cyber Infrastructure, Department of the NavyA new pragmatic synthesis of organizational psychology, business analytics, and multiple intelligences theory, The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind lays out a scheme of four discrete but interlocking types of intelligence essential to business success. These intelligences are scalable and transferable from the individual leader to the organizational ecosystem. This short book teaches executives first to analyze and train their own brains in these four intelligences, then to transform their organizations by applying their sharpened quadruplex intelligence to their business analyses and decisions, and finally to train and incentivize their companies to map onto a collective organizational scale the mental transformation modeled by the "mastermind" leader.The four essential business intelligences identified by IT executive and organizational psychologist Valeh Nazemoff are financial intelligence, customer intelligence, data intelligence, and mastermind intelligence. Financial intelligence informs your ability to reinvest and regrow your business boldly but prudently in the light of predictive, risk, and business analytics. Customer intelligence informs your ability to rethink your approaches to attracting and keeping customers using customer, web, mobile, social, big data, and behavioral analytics. Data intelligence informs your ability to reinvent and recreate information in automated graphical representations to enable rapid decision-making using visual, cloud, web, and operational analytics, AI, and distance collaboration platforms. Finally, mastermind intelligence involves your ability through leadership and team exercises to impart to your employees and organization the same transformative honing and integration of business intelligences as you have undergone yourself."Practical, relevant, insightful, engaging, and a pleasant read, The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind puts human decision making into a whole new light, revealing practical steps that will allow you to reinvent your business and customer relationships!" - James Brady, PhD, FHIMSS, Chief Information Officer, Kaiser Permanente Orange County" An invaluable book that shows you how to harness the inevitable transformations in business by understanding your mind better." - Alan Komet, Vice President, Global Sales Operations, FalconStor Software, Inc."A must-read b

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 25.09.2020
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10 Dont's on Your Digital Devices
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In nontechnical language and engaging style, 10 Don'ts on Your Digital Devices explains to non-techie users of PCs and handheld devices exactly what to do and what not to do to protect their digital data from security and privacy threats at home, at work, and on the road. These include chronic threats such as malware and phishing attacks and emerging threats that exploit cloud-based storage and mobile apps.It's a wonderful thing to be able to use any of your cloud-synced assortment of desktop, portable, mobile, and wearable computing devices to work from home, shop at work, pay in a store, do your banking from a coffee shop, submit your tax returns from the airport, or post your selfies from the Oscars. But with this new world of connectivity and convenience comes a host of new perils for the lazy, the greedy, the unwary, and the ignorant. The 10 Don'ts can't do much for the lazy and the greedy, but they can save the unwary and the ignorant a world of trouble.10 Don'ts employs personal anecdotes and major news stories to illustrate what can - and all too often does - happen when users are careless with their devices and data. Each chapter describes a common type of blunder (one of the 10 Don'ts), reveals how it opens a particular port of entry to predatory incursions and privacy invasions, and details all the unpleasant consequences that may come from doing a Don't. The chapter then shows you how to diagnose and fix the resulting problems, how to undo or mitigate their costs, and how to protect against repetitions with specific software defenses and behavioral changes.Through ten vignettes told in accessible language and illustrated with helpful screenshots, 10 Don'ts teaches non-technical readers ten key lessons for protecting your digital security and privacy with the same care you reflexively give to your physical security and privacy, so that you don't get phished, give up your password, get lost in the cloud, look for a free lunch, do secure things from insecure places, let the snoops in, be careless when going mobile, use dinosaurs, or forget the physical - in short, so that you don't trust anyone over...anything.Non-techie readers are not unsophisticated readers. They spend much of their waking lives on their devices and are bombarded with and alarmed by news stories of unimaginably huge data breaches, unimaginably sophisticated "advanced persistent threat" activities by criminal organizations and hostile nation-states, and unimaginably intrusive clandestine mass electronic surveillance and data mining sweeps by corporations, data brokers, and the various intelligence and law enforcement arms of our own governments. The authors lift the veil on these shadowy realms, show how the little guy is affected, and what individuals can do to shield themselves from big predators and snoops.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 25.09.2020
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Emergence Of Artificial Cognition, The: An Intr...
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In this extraordinary new book, a pioneer in the research on Collective Learning Systems (an adaptive learning paradigm for artificial intelligence) describes the processes and mechanisms of human and artificial cognition, defines a fundamental building block for assembling large-scale adaptive systems (the learning cell) and proposes a design for the ultimate machine: a hierarchical network of 100 million learning cells that could exhibit the full range of cognitive capabilities of the human cerebral cortex.The author demonstrates that using the classical ¿expert system¿ approach to create such a vast knowledge base would require thousands of years to program all the necessary rules. He then explains how an adaptive Collective Learning System could achieve this goal in a matter of 20 years, much as humans do. Based on natural anatomical and behavioral precedents, Collective Learning enables a machine to learn the appropriate rules through trial-and-error interaction with the real world.In the course of explaining the principles of Collective Learning and his design for the ultimate machine, the author introduces a new theory of games for modelling the processes of the universe and discusses the philosophical issues raised by the prospect of creating machines that exhibit human-like intelligence. In addition to a number of small-scale software illustrations of Collective Learning, the final chapter presents the remarkable results of a large-scale research project directed by the author: a hardware and software simulation of the sub-symbolic image-processing functions of the primary visual cortex of the brain.To make the content palatable to a wide variety of readers, the book is written in a conversational style and laced with humor.Lengthy mathematical derivations and proofs have been omitted or abbreviated. Bibliographical references to scholarly journal papers and books are included to guide theoreticians to the attendant formalisms.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.09.2020
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The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind
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'Valeh Nazemoff recommends leaders apply what she calls ‘mastermind intelligence’ to find strategy sweet spots by being smart about financial, customer and business data.'—Sonja Carberry, 'Keep Business Strategy in Motion to Stay Competitive,' Investor’s Business Daily, Jan. 8, 2015 'It takes a lot of smarts to run a business, but not just any smarts. Four specific mental skills or ‘intelligences’ will help make any entrepreneur more successful, according to Valeh Nazemoff.' —Minda Zetlin, '4 Mental Skills Every Business Leader Needs,' Inc., Dec. 24, 2014 'Nazemoff offers a framework to help business leaders sort through the endless barrage of data and make decisions effectively…ultimately helping business transform and grow to where you want it to be.' —Nicole Fallon, Business News Daily, Dec. 17, 2014 'I highly recommend that you look at your organization through the lens of The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind. If you do so, your business will improve in unexpected ways.' —Mark Waldman, Executive MBA Faculty, Loyola Marymount University 'The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind uses a revolutionary four-quadrant-based approach to teach you how to retrain your brain to optimize and transform your business. Valeh Nazemoff has written an excellent book with a commonsense approach and clear guidance.' —Shaun Khalfan, Chief of Cyber Infrastructure, Department of the Navy A new pragmatic synthesis of organizational psychology, business analytics, and multiple intelligences theory, The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind lays out a scheme of four discrete but interlocking types of intelligence essential to business success. These intelligences are scalable and transferable from the individual leader to the organizational ecosystem. This short book teaches executives first to analyze and train their own brains in these four intelligences; then to transform their organizations by applying their sharpened quadruplex intelligence to their business analyses and decisions; and finally to train and incentivize their companies to map onto a collective organizational scale the mental transformation modeled by the 'mastermind' leader. The four essential business intelligences identified by IT executive and organizational psychologist Valeh Nazemoff are financial intelligence, customer intelligence, data intelligence, and mastermind intelligence. Financial intelligence informs your ability to reinvest and regrow your business boldly but prudently in the light of predictive, risk, and business analytics. Customer intelligence informs your ability to rethink your approaches to attracting and keeping customers using customer, web, mobile, social, big data, and behavioral analytics. Data intelligence informs your ability to reinvent and recreate information in automated graphical representations to enable rapid decision-making using visual, cloud, web, and operational analytics, AI, and distance collaboration platforms. Finally, mastermind intelligence involves your ability through leadership and team exercises to impart to your employees and organization the same transformative honing and integration of business intelligences as you have undergone yourself. 'Practical, relevant, insightful, engaging, and a pleasant read, The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind puts human decision making into a whole new light, revealing practical steps that will allow you to reinvent your business and customer relationships!' —James Brady, PhD, FHIMSS, Chief Information Officer, Kaiser Permanente Orange County 'An invaluable book that shows you how to harness the inevitable transformations in business by understanding your mind better.' —Alan Komet, Vice President, Global Sales Operations, FalconStor Software, Inc. 'A must-read book for every business person.' —Chuck Corjay, Ret. Chairman, AFCEA International 'Valeh Nazemoff has written an intelligent, thoughtful book full of insight and practical advice. The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind reframes the way our minds work, and in doing so transforms how we drive business forward. This book is a must-read!' —Joe DiStefano

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.09.2020
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The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind
32,99 € *
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'Valeh Nazemoff recommends leaders apply what she calls ‘mastermind intelligence’ to find strategy sweet spots by being smart about financial, customer and business data.'—Sonja Carberry, 'Keep Business Strategy in Motion to Stay Competitive,' Investor’s Business Daily, Jan. 8, 2015 'It takes a lot of smarts to run a business, but not just any smarts. Four specific mental skills or ‘intelligences’ will help make any entrepreneur more successful, according to Valeh Nazemoff.' —Minda Zetlin, '4 Mental Skills Every Business Leader Needs,' Inc., Dec. 24, 2014 'Nazemoff offers a framework to help business leaders sort through the endless barrage of data and make decisions effectively…ultimately helping business transform and grow to where you want it to be.' —Nicole Fallon, Business News Daily, Dec. 17, 2014 'I highly recommend that you look at your organization through the lens of The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind. If you do so, your business will improve in unexpected ways.' —Mark Waldman, Executive MBA Faculty, Loyola Marymount University 'The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind uses a revolutionary four-quadrant-based approach to teach you how to retrain your brain to optimize and transform your business. Valeh Nazemoff has written an excellent book with a commonsense approach and clear guidance.' —Shaun Khalfan, Chief of Cyber Infrastructure, Department of the Navy A new pragmatic synthesis of organizational psychology, business analytics, and multiple intelligences theory, The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind lays out a scheme of four discrete but interlocking types of intelligence essential to business success. These intelligences are scalable and transferable from the individual leader to the organizational ecosystem. This short book teaches executives first to analyze and train their own brains in these four intelligences; then to transform their organizations by applying their sharpened quadruplex intelligence to their business analyses and decisions; and finally to train and incentivize their companies to map onto a collective organizational scale the mental transformation modeled by the 'mastermind' leader. The four essential business intelligences identified by IT executive and organizational psychologist Valeh Nazemoff are financial intelligence, customer intelligence, data intelligence, and mastermind intelligence. Financial intelligence informs your ability to reinvest and regrow your business boldly but prudently in the light of predictive, risk, and business analytics. Customer intelligence informs your ability to rethink your approaches to attracting and keeping customers using customer, web, mobile, social, big data, and behavioral analytics. Data intelligence informs your ability to reinvent and recreate information in automated graphical representations to enable rapid decision-making using visual, cloud, web, and operational analytics, AI, and distance collaboration platforms. Finally, mastermind intelligence involves your ability through leadership and team exercises to impart to your employees and organization the same transformative honing and integration of business intelligences as you have undergone yourself. 'Practical, relevant, insightful, engaging, and a pleasant read, The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind puts human decision making into a whole new light, revealing practical steps that will allow you to reinvent your business and customer relationships!' —James Brady, PhD, FHIMSS, Chief Information Officer, Kaiser Permanente Orange County 'An invaluable book that shows you how to harness the inevitable transformations in business by understanding your mind better.' —Alan Komet, Vice President, Global Sales Operations, FalconStor Software, Inc. 'A must-read book for every business person.' —Chuck Corjay, Ret. Chairman, AFCEA International 'Valeh Nazemoff has written an intelligent, thoughtful book full of insight and practical advice. The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind reframes the way our minds work, and in doing so transforms how we drive business forward. This book is a must-read!' —Joe DiStefano

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.09.2020
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Emergence Of Artificial Cognition, The: An Intr...
129,99 € *
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In this extraordinary new book, a pioneer in the research on Collective Learning Systems (an adaptive learning paradigm for artificial intelligence) describes the processes and mechanisms of human and artificial cognition, defines a fundamental building block for assembling large-scale adaptive systems (the learning cell) and proposes a design for the ultimate machine: a hierarchical network of 100 million learning cells that could exhibit the full range of cognitive capabilities of the human cerebral cortex.The author demonstrates that using the classical ¿expert system¿ approach to create such a vast knowledge base would require thousands of years to program all the necessary rules. He then explains how an adaptive Collective Learning System could achieve this goal in a matter of 20 years, much as humans do. Based on natural anatomical and behavioral precedents, Collective Learning enables a machine to learn the appropriate rules through trial-and-error interaction with the real world.In the course of explaining the principles of Collective Learning and his design for the ultimate machine, the author introduces a new theory of games for modelling the processes of the universe and discusses the philosophical issues raised by the prospect of creating machines that exhibit human-like intelligence. In addition to a number of small-scale software illustrations of Collective Learning, the final chapter presents the remarkable results of a large-scale research project directed by the author: a hardware and software simulation of the sub-symbolic image-processing functions of the primary visual cortex of the brain.To make the content palatable to a wide variety of readers, the book is written in a conversational style and laced with humor.Lengthy mathematical derivations and proofs have been omitted or abbreviated. Bibliographical references to scholarly journal papers and books are included to guide theoreticians to the attendant formalisms.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.09.2020
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