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Personal Learning

My prior article on Learning in the Workplace discussed how to take advantage of learning opportunities at work. However much you learn at work, there are limitations on what you can do. Seldom do you have free reign to study any topic that catches your interest for as long as you want. This is why […]

Continuous Improvement

After writing my article on Perpetual Learning, I came across the same concept in the book Core Performance Essentials by Mark Verstegen and Pete Williams (a fitness and nutrition book). To quote from the book: “It’s like the Japanese concept of Kaizen, which we translate in this country as ‘continuous improvement’. In America, we tend […]

Perpetual Learning

As I stated in my article on What is Professional Software Development one characteristic of professionals is growth: they are constantly seeking to improve and grow. This is especially important in the software field due to the rapid change brought on by the constant introduction of new versions of existing technologies and completely new technologies […]

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