Introduction to Marketing University of Pennsylvania (Coursera course)

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My notes from Introduction to Marketing (part of Business Foundations Specialization) on Coursera.

Salesforce Einstein

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My notes about Salesforce in general, and a bit deeper dive into Einstein.

Using Strategic Thinking to Consider the Big Picture

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My notes from “Using Strategic Thinking to Consider the Big Picture” course

The Right Stuff by Tom Wolfe

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The Right Stuff by Tom Wolfe was on my to-read list for a very long time. Finally, I managed to read it, and it landed on my all-time-favorite bookshelf. The book tells stories behind the Mercury space program: crew member selection, technical flight specifications, human aspect of space travel, astronauts’ fame and recognition. Here are my notes to remember:

Presentations to a mixed audience of technical and business individuals by Sławomir Sobótka

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My notes from a Youtube video about public speaking (translated from Polish). What are differences in delivering a speech to a mixed audience of technical and business individuals?

Tensorflow and deep learning without a PhD by Martin Görner

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My notes from Martin Görner’s Youtube video talk at Devoxx about neural networks and Tensorflow.

The Soyuz launch sequence explained by European Space Agency

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My notes from European Space Agency video about the Soyuz launch sequence

Never Split the Difference by Chris Voss

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Negotiations weren’t my favorite part of conversations. If I saw a product for 20 Eur, I would either pay 20 or walked away. Bargaining was too intimate and vague for me. Until I stumbled upon “Never Split the Difference” by Chriss Voss.

© Valdas Maksimavičius 2018