This post is based on an interview with Piyush Singhal who cleared PMP recently with a 90+ score. Okay, so you are thinking about going for the Project Management Practitioner exam, and do not know where to start. Let’s get you started. Below is a project plan for clearing the PMP certification. The first thing [...]
Many of us have more than one internet connections these days. I have a wired broadband connection (slower but unlimited), and a 3G connection on my mobile (faster but limited to 2GB) – which can be used on the PC via Nokia wifi tethering (Joikuspot). I want my PC to use both at the same [...]
Okay this blog has just received the distinction of having been authored using three different classes of devices – a cellphone, normal PC and an iPad. So far I love the iPad – here are some key notes (after upgrade to 4.2): Much to my pleasant surprise, the indic text renders excellently on Safari. Many [...]
After working on this for more than two months, I am successful in setting up my Nokia N97 phone to be able to search Gurbani. I normally use SriGranth.org for this, but Gurmukhi characters would not show.
Of Dreams I dreamed last night of having received a new kind of laptop. One that looks like a harmonium (see photo)! The front panel (the one which is pushed to play the harmonium) extends upwards to double as a screen for the laptop! The USP of the entire thing was that the laptop could [...]
Separating your data into buckets is useful in a lot of problems especially fraud detection. How do you mathematically ‘cluster’ your data? One statistical way is the K-means clustering. Without delving into too much statistics, here is a spreadsheet you can use to do this for your own data. This sheet accepts pairs of two [...]