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In October 2012 to December 2012, I completed a Stanford Venture Lab online course Finance taught by Professor Kay Giesecke, serving as a team leader and with distinction. On the statement of accomplishment: This eight-week course focused on introducing basic concepts of modern finance and their practical application. Topics included interest rates, evaluating investment opportunities, […]

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According to my work experience, awkward / inefficient communication is one of the most common problems that lead to failure of an IT project. So I decided to take part in this training, hoping it could help me to perfectly keep the communication in track in future projects. This training took three days in IBM […]

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Language/Tool that Delivers

I’m reading the book “Writing that Works” by Kenneth Roman and Joel Raphaelson on my commuting train recently. Here is an excerpt from this book: It is believed that with the parameters that have been imposed by your management, a viable program may be hard to evolve. Net net: If our program is to impact […]

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Looking for a Tablet

For me the current stable version of Android is almost perfect, actually I do not need any more features or stronger hardware performance than my I9000. But the deal breaker is that: The Vital Source bookshelf does not offer any Android client. I have to use Vital Source ebooks ( Why the CFA institute tie […]

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