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A pragmatic approach to study

706fd8456611f27799aa0ea36eff63f3?s=47 Simon Vocella
November 29, 2017
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A pragmatic approach to study

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Simon Vocella

November 29, 2017
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  1. A PRAGMATIC approach to Study

  2. who i am simon vocella SOFTWARE developer xpeppers.com/carriere/

  3. Let’s begin...

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  7. Let’s BOOKMARK some links...

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  10. Let’s Put a queue...

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  16. How I can collect links automatically?

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  21. HOW MUCH DO YOU REMEMBER OF WHAT YOU STUDY THE

    LAST YEAR?
  22. ALMOST nothing..

  23. DID I do something wrong?

  24. How can we improve our study?

  25. UNDERLINE texts

  26. SUMMARY

  27. MIND MAP

  28. Delegation help you to “remember”

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  30. 1. spike 2. red bar 3. green bar 4. refactoring

  31. SPIKE - copy from many sources - cut/copy/paste - hammock

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  34. Red bar - trash the spike - write what you

    understand /remember - don’t remember? -> reiterate
  35. Green bar - we have valuable and concise content -

    we don’t use google anymore for the core concepts
  36. rEFACtoRING - there are many ways to communicate the same

    topic - often a topic is a composition of many other topics
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  38. questions?