Dear Donald, It has been really interesting seeing how a businessman with no leadership experience handles political leadership, so it is nice to see that. While I may not be the biggest fan of you and your policies, I did watch your administration and see it as a fascinating macroscopic experiment in populism. As a data scientist, I can appreciate observing things about human behavior to gain more information about how certain people and human beings tick & may I say, it was great learning what made you and your base tick.
Here, I am going to be talking about how to use a cheap netbook called a Chromebook to do work with the Linux operating system. As I have stated in a previous story, I have been spending my time working with Linux and attempting to get Linux certification. At this point in the process, I am working on doing labs where I can practice working with Linux hands-on. However, instead of working on the computer provided by my current employer, I am working on one of my own devices. The device I am currently using to practice basic Linux commands and working with the Linux terminal is the Acer Chromebook Spin 311, a little computer running ChromeOS that I had purchased last year to test Android applications on. This Chromebook, from what I can tell, works pretty well and also has a way to run Linux, which is very useful for preparing for certification.
There are a lot of things that you can be able to do with your Christmas tree that people have been unable to consider. I know that this story is coming out past New Year's Day, so most people have pretty much tossed their old Christmas tree to the curb, but maybe you can consider this interesting advice that you might be able to take into consideration for next Christmas. Now, you have considered using a Christmas tree as a festive ornament and display of cheer, but have you ever considered the potential nutritional value that might be hidden your Christmas tree. I know anyone who read that last sentence and realize that my fancy words are implying you should use a tree as a food source will probably be thinking that this article was written by a madman with the kind of crazy dietary habits you would expect from a reality TV show. However, if you give me some time to explain in this writing, you will be able to see how a Christmas tree can be turned into a pretty good treat in a few different ways… ways that I've been tested by others and might make your Christmas tree more useful than you think…
As someone who has a job as a web developer and data scientist, I am all about learning and discovering new things in order to get better at my profession. It is great to gain new knowledge and information on how things work, especially when it has practical applications. After all, these jobs require a lot of knowledge of coding, programming, mathematics, critical thinking, and general technical skills. However, gaining this knowledge is not great for job security if there is no proof that you have been mastering new skills. That is why certificates and degrees exist after all: as confirmation that you were able to successfully retain and use what you learned from any given class or course. Otherwise, any charlatan could walk into a job interview, drop a few fancy words and references, and either get a position they are not prepared for or waste a company’s time they could be using to find a qualified candidate. So while it is good to learn, it is even better to get some proof of your newly gained proficiency.