My summary (mixed with some own thoughts) of this talk:

  • The problem: People tend to get stuck in life and they lack the right tools. Design Thinking (DT) is such a tool.

Dysfunctional beliefs ->

Get rid of them! This myths-> ○ You need a passion. ○ You should know where you’re going by now. ○ You must become the BEST version of yourself.
Connecting the Dots Who you are <-> What you do <-> What you believe = Key to gaining meaningful life

I would like to thank Simon for the invitation, hopefully by this reminder on urging us to be more data-centric and less model-centric. Here is what I observe and absolutely fantastic discussion and people representing their competitive products, as a reminder, this would be a post I can read back for future research.

Welcome from Corinium platform on virtual and online events including Keynote Insights! Yes, I am intrigued with the exposure of panel speakers and power of the enterprise adoption tools that enhance the data and technological aspects of their products, each speaker live up to their work and…


What do you value in your current role? What is your typical style of interaction? What characteristics do you display and how are you perceived in the workplace? Whether you are beginning your career, have many years of experience or are unsure of your career direction, reflecting on your motivations, preferences, values and working style can be useful when considering your current role and desired career path.

INFJ (Introversion, Intuition, Feeling, Judging)

  • Extraversion or Introversion (E-I): This is where you get your energy from — whether from within yourself or from the external environment.
  • Sensing or Intuition (S-N): This…

Before we dive into creating our own neural network, it is worth understanding why neural networks have gained such an important foothold in machine learning and AI. The first reason is that neural networks are universal function approximators. What that means is that given any arbitrary function that we are trying to model, no matter how complex, neural networks are always able to represent that function. This has a profound implication on neural networks and AI in general. Assuming that any problem in the world can be described by a mathematical function (no matter how complex), we can use neural…

[principles as our foundation]

Interaction Design is all around us in everyday life, but many of us are not aware of it. Therefore, this subject contains a lot of real-world examples of interactive systems that exist currently or have been used in the past. These examples are both presented in online learning as well as part of the assignments and tutorial activities, for example, we will be required to look up and describe existing real-world examples for their journal assignments, while describing them using the theory and models provided and generate a report. …

I started to commit this opportunity since 25th August 2020 until the 22nd October 2020. Met with my assigned mentor @Dragana, every week for a minimum of 30 minutes. And attending 2-hour group sessions every Thursday which this year all meetings are held virtually through online collaboration tools — Webex Teams and Meetings.

What did we get from this following 3 months (once a week//2 hrs meeting every Thursday)? …

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With knowing ourselves, we can:

1️⃣ Resources to advance and accelerate your…

I was first introduced to ‘Emotional intelligence’ in a bible study group, which exposed us to — Journey to the centre of yourself. Most of this lesson is not taught in school or even our parents’ experience. So, I felt like I was in this contemplate feeling of exploring when and where to draw the link to the extent of rewarding ourselves.

Satisfied but not showing off enough to not look like we are complacent which often complacency is she who is content with what has been done is an obstacle in the path of progress. Emotional Education is at…

Why visualize Text?

• Understanding — get the “main points” of a document
• Grouping — cluster for overview or classification
• Comparison — compare document collections, or inspect evolution of collection over time
• Correlation — compare patterns in text to those inother data, e.g., correlate with social network

I remember during my uni (bachelor), we were given Qantas text mining, and creatively work on ourselves using SAS Enterprise Miner, it was a great tools, but until now, I was not aware of how and what it is actually effective to generate insights from the dataset. I do not want to repeat…

#100dayscodingchallenge — It said you need 21 days to create a habitual, well, not in coding, you need continuous learning habit!

As much as I enjoyed all the workshop, I believe our memory will only take 2 days to forgot them all. With this post, I actually try to make into a writing and remember the feelings that each of the panel speakers express and trying to convey at the Treehouse Festival.

Quick kudos out to Treehouse! I am so happy you guys did this festival. I’ve attended several online tech conferences since I started my learning journey and I…

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