I will share you about 4 strategies how to learn code as fast as possible that I personally use in my daily life 5 years ago without burning any money. I’m from the background of computer science love to explore from basic to endless subtopics like programming concepts to machine learning. There are 4 things how to learn code fast:
Find a reason to learn
If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough
In this tutorial, you are able to learn Tensorflow in 1 day, practically. For theory, I suggest reading this book.
a. Useful TensorFlow operators
b. Tensorflow Neural Networks
c. TensorFlow Deep Learning
d. TensorFlow Convolutional Neural Networks (CNN) for image recognition
e. TensorFlow Recurrent Neural Networks (RNN) for text analysis
Are religious and race discrimination in the workplace totally the same? Media always make headlines based on misleading information as we can see in local newspapers. According to this paper, race much more important than resume and skills quality, affects prospects of getting an interview, with Malays, Malaysia’s majority group, significantly less likely to be called than Chinese. Malay graduates face differential treatment when applying for jobs compared to their Chinese counterparts. The reality is they emphasize more on racial instead of skill requirement. Is it because of communication language or culture?
Last 5 months ago, we got invited by Cradle Fund for the startup event called B-Linked with Cradle & Startups 2018 (sharing session & networking). I was a representative from Soding and willingly to share about our experience in validating our idea and receive pre-seed investment from Cradle. For your information, our idea has been rejected for the first time but we are able to secure the grant for the second time because our product is able to prove our USP, right target market and some tractions.
Before taking a leap of faith in a startup world, I’m as a freelance programmer at the same time partnered with digital agencies and other freelancers which are my friend too. In freelance world, you need to remember that your projects doesn’t secure your financial forever. If you sleep, so does your business. Unless your business is run by your own employees (if you have). But I don’t think it’s a sustainable and scalable business after all. So I’ve decided to seek a job after completed my bachelor degree. After I graduated from the local university, I applied some IT jobs through a famous job portal but it was unfortunate for me because lack of working experience and maybe the expected salary was too high for them.
Based on my experience, building a startup is not an easy task. It does required perseverance for a long time. Many of us, especially millennials who are likely to take a leap of faith and jump over onto the battleship without a proper planning because thinking that they could make fast money and freedom in terms of time. But the fact is that the reality is totally opposite. 90% of the startups will fail in the first year of the operation and they ended up became a part of this statistic.
2018 has started off on a high note for us and we’re delighted to announce that Soding has been nominated for a Malaysia Country Finalist for the ASEAN Rice Bowl Startup Awards and we’re pretty excited about it.
I completely disagree with his opinion regarding to this issue, https://vulcanpost.com/604619/hiring-religion-malaysia-opinion/. Most of the employers will emphasize on attitude first, followed by skills and experience. There is no such thing whereby religious person will be a problem in hiring decision making. EI (emotional intelligence) is an essential condition and a thing that is absolutely necessary that managers, business owners and employers must consider in hiring potential candidates because it can be an effective leader in working environment. There are 5 components of emotional intelligence at work, self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy and social skill. These 5 components are strong and positively correlated with their perceiving themselves to have greater EI. I once worked at a predominantly Chinese company before I started my own recruitment business, Soding. My ex-boss didn’t mind his employees going for prayer during working hours as long as we can achieve our own KPI. If somehow we are not able to achieve the KPI set, the management wouldn’t blame it on prayer issue during working hours but will investigate other factors that relate to the dip in performance accordingly.
There is no easy way to determine how good their tech talent is especially in programming skills. It’s like finding a needle in haystack. Many software developers proclaim that they can code, but how good they are in programming? Only after they’ve hired, then we will know how their performance are. If the hired turn out to be a bad programmer, they gave us issues such as project delay nor technical debt which would cost us sum of money. According to Tony Hsieh of Zappos, the real cost of hiring a bad software developer cost that company more than $100 million.