Neo-Robin Hood: zabiera przedsiębiorczym, oddaje sobie

Neo-Robin Hood: zabiera przedsiębiorczym, oddaje sobie

TL;DR Many people in the industry are so used to free high-quality content available on-line, that they can't accept the simple fact you actually have to pay for some stuff. Software crafts(wo)men who should be the first to preach for digital rights respect are the first one to breach them (& boast happily about that) - e.g. by stealing content from on-line services that (for a reasonable price) help them boost their careers. Disclaimer: no, I haven't changed my mind & I'll keep blogging in English; however this particular post is related to situation I find…

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MOOC = Win, why Education as a Service is the next big thing

MOOC = Win, why Education as a Service is the next big thing

This have been foreseen. I've read about that 1 or even 2 years ago - I admit, I was a bit skeptical, well - let's just say "reluctant". In my opinion (those days) education was just education - you need direct teacher-student communication, individual feedback & grading, adjusting topics & detail level to receiver's current level & expectations. Knowledge has to be up-to-date as well. And in the end - pure knowledge itself is (I know it sounds ridiculous) not enough - you need a proof, a stamp of approval, widely accepted & respected. All of these reasons…

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Learn from the best - aka DevTV

Let’s assume you’ve got will and time to do some learning - what’s the way to do it in a most efficient way? There has to be a source of information - person, book, e-book, etc. Information range has to be suited to your needs (subject, being up-to-date, level of detail) - you don’t want any irrelevant information, do you? Information has to be served in a proper “pace”, so you can absorb it completely without getting bored Information has to be clear and understandable Which way of training should we aim for? Class-room trainings…

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