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Web Development: Why JavaScript?

Why JavaScript? With JavaScript you can build: 1. Frontend apps 2. Backend apps 3. Mobile apps 4. Desktop apps 5. Machine learning 6. Games 7. IoT apps 8. VR / AR * JavaScript is one of the most in-demand and well-paid skills at the moment. — Marko ⚡ Denic (@denicmarko) December 30, 2020

Language Learning: How to acknowledge the receipt of documents

EMAIL LINES & PHRASES: How to acknowledge the receipt of documents #emails #writing #writerslife #amwriting #writingcommunity #businesscommunication #grammar #english #esl pic.twitter.com/Gpe3hF3e7R — English Grammar (@GrammarUpdates) December 30, 2020

Web Development: Learn web development at Harvard University for free!

Learn web development at Harvard University for free! This includes the fundamentals of: - HTML - CSS - JS - React - Django - Bootstrap - SQL - and much more! πŸ”— link πŸ‘‡ below: pic.twitter.com/P1VYOiOnTD — Adrian Twarog 🦘 (@adrian_twarog) December 28, 2020

Language Learning: Tell us your answer!

Tell us your answer! #English #grammar #ESL #teacherresources #language #Englishlanguage #words #vocabulary #amwriting #writingtips #writingcommunity #grammarworksheets #writing pic.twitter.com/4Sgj3L6gEb — English Grammar (@GrammarUpdates) December 28, 2020

Data science: A free Machine Learning course from Harvard University!

A free Machine Learning course from Harvard University! Opens January 27, and you can enroll today: https://t.co/g2aINjkQHB Topics: ▫️ Basics of machine learning ▫️ Several algorithms ▫️ Recommendation systems ▫️ Cross-validation and Regularization Perfect way to start 2021! pic.twitter.com/X1gLV0BZbI — Santiago (@svpino) December 21, 2020

Language Learning: Which is the right answer?

Which is the right answer? Find out here and more: https://t.co/wp360tGv8I #English #grammar #ESL #writing pic.twitter.com/GEaPv10uKg — English Grammar (@GrammarUpdates) December 21, 2020

Language Learning: The Number vs. A Number

The Number vs. A Number #English #grammar #ESL #teacherresources #language #Englishlanguage #words #vocabulary #amwriting #writingtips #writingcommunity #grammarworksheets #writing pic.twitter.com/QBj8WsT28h — English Grammar (@GrammarUpdates) December 21, 2020

Quote of the day

Average people compare themselves to other people. High achievers compare themselves to their own potential. #Leadership #LifeCoaching — Bruce Van Horn (@BruceVH) December 18, 2020

Leadership Studies: Beware of bullying during high stress times

Leaders, Beware of bullying during high stress times. Some signs that you may not think of as bullying include: * Lack of transparency * Use title/ position as power * Demand instead of ask * Demeaning/ disrespect * Lack of empathy * refuse input/ feedback * Has favorites — 𝐁𝐫𝐚𝐝 𝐉𝐨𝐑𝐧𝐬𝐨𝐧 (@DrBradJohnson) December 17, 2020

Language Learning: Prepositional Phrases

Prepositional Phrases: At / For / By #English #grammar #ESL #teacherresources #language #Englishlanguage #words #vocabulary #amwriting #writingtips #writingcommunity #grammarworksheets #writing pic.twitter.com/uQUgNvraGi — English Grammar (@GrammarUpdates) December 17, 2020

Leadership Studies: HOW TO GROOM YOUR LEADERSHIP SKILLS

GROOM YOUR LEADERSHIP BY: creating your own daily mantra Writing your own leadership story Building your own brand Mastering your communication ~ @LollyDaskal #Leadership #Management — Lolly Daskal (@LollyDaskal) December 17, 2020

Computer Programming: Few Steps to get developer's job.

Get a developer job in a few stepsπŸ‘‡πŸ» 1. Start learning πŸ“– 2. Create projects πŸ—ƒ️ 3. Push your code to GitHub πŸ‘¨‍πŸ’» 4. Be active on Twitter and LinkedIn πŸ¦πŸ–‡️ 5. Make a strong Resume πŸ“„ 6. Start applying πŸ‘” 7. Be positive 😌 All set! Now you are good to go πŸ’ͺ🏻 — Pratham πŸ‘¨‍πŸ’»πŸš€ (@Prathkum) December 16, 2020

Leadership Studies: Are You Worried about Your critics?

You will never be criticized by someone who is doing more than you. You will only be criticized by someone doing less. Read that again. — Brian Aspinall (@mraspinall) December 16, 2020

Leadership Studies: How Mentorship Opens The Path To Opportunity

Top story: How Mentorship Opens The Path To Opportunity - CIO Portal https://t.co/y12ca4jkNY , see more https://t.co/VXYRVjeDkl — Joseph Moshood (@jmgladstar) December 15, 2020

Leadership Studies: Making Teaching a TEAM Sport

Teaching is like a TEAM Sport! The best teams exhibit: * respect/trust for all members * willing to share ideas/resources * common goals/vision * responsibilities based on strengths * effective leadership * everyone supported/valued * see others as colleagues not competition — 𝐁𝐫𝐚𝐝 𝐉𝐨𝐑𝐧𝐬𝐨𝐧 (@DrBradJohnson) December 14, 2020

Language Learning: Prepositional Phrases: FOR

Prepositional Phrases: FOR #English #grammar #ESL #teacherresources #language #Englishlanguage #words #vocabulary #amwriting #writingtips #writingcommunity #grammarworksheets #writing pic.twitter.com/DxGpO6nKWl — English Grammar (@GrammarUpdates) December 15, 2020

Machne Learnng: Amazing Machine Learning books that are 100% free

3 Amazing Machine Learning books that are 100% free! πŸ§΅πŸ‘‡ pic.twitter.com/GHf7ykDgVu — Pratham Prasoon (@PrasoonPratham) December 14, 2020

Can Learning improve by acting it out?

Act it out! A new study suggests that students are more likely to remember a word when they use their hands and bodies to mimic it. πŸ™ŒπŸΎ pic.twitter.com/zju7C6r0KN — edutopia (@edutopia) December 13, 2020

Entrepreneurship Studies: Which is better ? Investing in good people or good ideas?

The latest PT - unlocking potential! https://t.co/n78qoLWgUY #leadership #safety — Dave Food (@davefood) December 11, 2020

Computer Programming: 8 Reasons to work as a Software Developer

8 Reasons to work as a Software Developer - You will always learn new things - Endless branches to specialize in - Earn a great salary - You can work Remotely - Make an impact - Scale a business - Get tangible results - Creative work What is your favourite perk of Software Dev? — Matt Moll (@MattCodeJourney) December 10, 2020

Language Learning: Quiz of the day

Hello from London! Let’s start the day with a quiz! Do you know which word completes the sentence? #bbclearningenglish #learnenglish #challenge #englishchallenge #englishquiz #quiz #elt #esl #vocabulary #vocabularyquiz #englishonline #englishtips pic.twitter.com/FzhQSw9C7W — BBC Learning English (@bbcle) December 10, 2020

Data Science: Managing and analyzing Data

Excel is the most powerful tool to manage and analyze various types of Data. This tutorial covers in-depth lessons on how to use various Excel formulas, Tables and Charts for managing small to large scale business process. Use this free resourceπŸ‘‡πŸΏ https://t.co/CMRYvM5m4L — Bren (@MomentsWithBren) December 10, 2020

Data Science: Ten Deep Learning Concepts You Should Know before Interviews

Ten Deep Learning Concepts You Should Know for Data Science Interviews by Terence S https://t.co/cupe9PEMJB — Towards Data Science (@TDataScience) December 10, 2020

Data Science: Skills you need to develop as a Machine Learning Engineer

Some fundamental skills you want to develop as a Machine Learning Engineer: 1. Programming 2. Data Management 3. Data Wrangling 4. Data Visualization 5. Machine Learning Theory and Algorithms 6. Probabilities and Statistics 7. Linear Algebra Am I missing something? — Santiago (@svpino) December 10, 2020

Web Development: A beginner web developer guide for 2021

A beginner web developer guide for you in 2021: ▫ Learn basics of how websites work ▫ Learn basic HTML, CSS, and JS. ▫ Learn tools for e.g. "package managers, build tools, version control" ▫ Learn JavaScript frameworks. ▫ Learn back-end basics of servers and databases. — AnkurπŸ’»πŸŽ§πŸ’ͺ (@TheAnkurTyagi) December 9, 2020

Language Learning: Useful lines for everyday phone conversation.

Useful Lines for Everyday Phone Conversations #communication #vocabulary #ESL #English pic.twitter.com/qlrkJO2v2j — English Grammar (@GrammarUpdates) December 9, 2020

Data science: To get into Machine Learning, you need three things

To get into Machine Learning, you need three things: 1. The will to start 2. The knowledge to bring value 3. The drive to keep going Everyone is always scared of "knowledge," but where they actually fail is in the other two. If you can start, things will start happening! — Santiago (@svpino) December 8, 2020

Leadership Studies: Is Asking for help a sign of weakness?

Asking for help is not a sign of weakness, but a sign of confidence. Your focus is on solutions not others perceptions. — 𝐁𝐫𝐚𝐝 𝐉𝐨𝐑𝐧𝐬𝐨𝐧 (@DrBradJohnson) December 8, 2020

Entrepreneurship: How to sell your ideas:

The ability to sell your ideas is a valuable skill that will benefit you in all areas of your life, especially business. Following these simple steps will help you master the skills to become a more confident, inspiring & effective salesperson. Watch now> https://t.co/Qa8wK7a4qK — Brian Tracy (@BrianTracy) December 3, 2020

Leadership: How to be a better leader

You are a leader already. Help those around you right now to solve their problems and influence them to become better. Use them for rehearsals for bigger opportunities. Get better with your character and skills daily. God will expand your opportunities with time. https://t.co/00QDpt5zoJ — Sam Adeyemi (@sam_adeyemi) December 3, 2020

Web Development: How to become a successful full stack developer

Developers who start learning the basics of HTML, CSS, JS are learning nearly 90% of what I use every day as a full-stack developer. Foundation is key to success and revisited every day, so learn them well as they will serve you for decades ahead! — Adrian Twarog 🦘 (@adrian_twarog) December 8, 2020

Language Learnng: What’s the best type of to-do list to write?

What’s the best type of to-do list to write? — Grammarly (@Grammarly) December 7, 2020

Web Development:Useful websites for web developers

Useful websites for web developers. 1. opensource. builders Find open source alternative for your favourite apps. 2. grid. guide Help you create pixel perfect CSS grids within your design. 2. checklist. design A collection of the best design practices. — Ravin πŸ’»πŸš€ (@ravinwashere) December 7, 2020

Entrepreneurship quote for the day

The #GuardianQuoteOfTheDay is taken from the words of a Nigerian singer, songwriter, producer, entrepreneur, and humanitarian. ⁣ ⁣ #InnocentIdibia #2Face #TuBaba #Singer #MondayMotivation #Motivation #Inspiration #Quote #QuoteOfTheDay #TheGuardanNg pic.twitter.com/If7YTWZDM0 — The Guardian Nigeria (@GuardianNigeria) December 7, 2020

Language Learning: Exercises on changing passive voice

Writing Exercise: Change the sentence into passive voice #amwriting #writing #writingcommunity #vocabulary #grammar #Englishgrammar #ESL pic.twitter.com/ILzWcqKyBd — English Grammar (@GrammarUpdates) December 6, 2020

Data Science: How to become a good data science practitioner

Being a good data science practitioner is much more than applying open-source algorithms to solve common problems It's about finding creative ways to use the data available to you to train ML models that fulfill key business objectives It requires an active imagination — Bindu Reddy πŸ”₯❤️ (@bindureddy) December 6, 2020

Data science: Here's something that might change your life

Here's something that might change your life. You can get started with machine learning using this beautiful interface without writing any code. πŸ”—playground.​tensorflow.​org pic.twitter.com/V0vDb7XeUc — Pratham (@PrasoonPratham) December 6, 2020

Leadership: Principal's Best Practices

Principal's Best Practices: 1) Support/encourage/appreciate staff 2) Attend school activities support staff & students. 3) Be Visible/Accessible (hallways, classrooms, bus line) 4) Unified Vision( utilize staff talents) 5) Communicate 2-way 6) Build positive committed Culture — 𝐁𝐫𝐚𝐝 𝐉𝐨𝐑𝐧𝐬𝐨𝐧 (@DrBradJohnson) December 5, 2020

Language Learning: What does face the music mean?

What does "face the music" mean? #English #grammar #ESL #teacherresources #language #Englishlanguage #words #vocabulary #amwriting #writingtips #writingcommunity #vocabulary pic.twitter.com/aoQBdbd3wf — English Grammar (@GrammarUpdates) December 5, 2020

Career Talk: High demand jobs with low cost training.

High demand skills with low cost learning: - Photoshop - Coding - Marketing - Copywriting - SEO - Web development - Video Editing — Wise Wealthy Ways (@WiseWealthyWays) December 5, 2020

Leadership: Are You Setting Boundaries For Your Mental Health?

We must set boundaries for our own mental health! πŸ™Œ πŸ“· @wa_education pic.twitter.com/JFfCcqt7gL — TeacherGoals (@teachergoals) December 5, 2020

Leadership: In times like this like this, Which type of leadership do we need?

Times like this need audacious leadership — Akinwumi A. Adesina (@akin_adesina) December 5, 2020

Are You Worthy of being celebrated like This Legend?

Always believe in equality, justice, freedom and peace. #OnThisDay in 2013 the World lost one of the greatest moral & political leaders of our time. Let us celebrate the life of Nelson #Mandela by serving as advocates for peace. @UNESCOCourier : https://t.co/71KfI7oIxK pic.twitter.com/UC2CS1Aygk — UNESCO (@UNESCO) December 5, 2020

Business & finance: Quote of the day 05/12/20

Quote of the day. pic.twitter.com/uFZGWyp7RP — Forbes (@Forbes) December 4, 2020

Cybersecurity: Top technology investments for CIOs and IT

Top technology investments for CIOs and IT: 1. Security 2. Big data and analytics 3. Internet of things 4. Multi-cloud strategy 5. AI /Machine Learning 6. Blockchain 7. Streaming big data 8. Microservices 9. Virtual/Augmented Reality 10. API monetization https://t.co/n2KCOytCOo pic.twitter.com/z4oKmXwTT9 — Vala Afshar (@ValaAfshar) December 4, 2020

Language learning 05/12/20

Hello! Today's #WordOfTheDay is 'distend' https://t.co/Kp3T6EmNbW pic.twitter.com/0o11NW0Oqf — Merriam-Webster (@MerriamWebster) December 4, 2020