Year: 2012

SAP BI Suite – BI Designer or Consumer Tools Overview

SAP BI Suite – BI Designer or Consumer Tools Overview

SAP BusinessObjects BI Platform 4 contains a number of designer or consumer tools which connect to various data sources and perform data analysis, monitoring and reporting. Each tool has its own strengths and there is overlap in their functionality. It can be a bit confusing to decide which one to use for a particular task.…

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Passed IBM Exam 000-035: IBM Tivoli Asset Management for IT V7.2.1 Implementation

Passed IBM Exam 000-035: IBM Tivoli Asset Management for IT V7.2.1 Implementation

Today, I took IBM Exam 035 (IBM Tivoli Asset Management for IT V7.2.1 Implementation). The exam focuses on functional knowledge of TAMIT (Tivoli Asset Management for IT). TAMIT manages IT infrastructure based on ITIL standard. There is no certification guide currently available for this exam (Exam 035). I used the guide for Exam 016 which is the…

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IBM Tivoli Asset Management for IT, Asset Reconciliation

IBM Tivoli Asset Management for IT, Asset Reconciliation

Following questions are related to Asset Reconciliation module of ‘IBM Tivoli Asset Management for IT’. They may help in preparation of certification test number 000-035 i.e. IBM Tivoli Asset Management for IT V7.2.1 Implementation. Choose one of the following options and leave your answers in a comment below: Tivoli Integration composer is an IT asset discovery tool.…

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IBM Tivoli Asset Management for IT, IT Assets Module

IBM Tivoli Asset Management for IT, IT Assets Module

Following questions are related to ‘IBM Tivoli Asset Management for IT’. Questions cover the additional functionality of TAMIT in comparison to Maximo EAM in following applications: IT Asset, Licenses, Deployed Assets, Software Contracts and Software Catalog. They may help in preparation of certification test number 000-035 i.e. IBM Tivoli Asset Management for IT V7.2.1 Implementation. Choose one…

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Read ‘Physics of the Impossible’ by Michio Kaku

Read ‘Physics of the Impossible’ by Michio Kaku

  ‘Physics of the Impossible: A Scientific Exploration into the World of Phasers, Force Fields, Teleportation, and Time Travel’ explores the popular science fiction concepts in the light of hard scientific facts. In doing so the author explains scientific theories in a way that is very engaging and comprehensible for a layman. Along the way author alludes to interesting…

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Completed ‘Software Engineering for SaaS’ from Coursera

Completed ‘Software Engineering for SaaS’ from Coursera

Completed ‘Software Engineering for SaaS’ course offered by Dave Patterson and Armando Fox, Professors at University of California, Berkeley. This course was offered through Coursera.org The course started on 13th July and the duration was 5 weeks. Course taught the best practices for developing software as a service. It included weekly coding assignments where a SaaS application…

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Ruby Koans – Another Great Tutorial

Ruby Koans – Another Great Tutorial

Ruby Koans is somewhat advanced than the other tutorials I went through earlier. It has 30 topics and you have to fill-in the missing piece of code to complete each topic. Level: Advanced Duration: 12 hours

Completed ‘Human Computer Interaction’ from Coursera

Completed ‘Human Computer Interaction’ from Coursera

Completed ‘Human-Computer Interaction’ course offered by Scott Klemmer, Associate Professor of Computer Science, Stanford University. This course was offered through Coursera.org The course started on 28th May and the duration was 5 weeks. It explored the design techniques and processes that help you build interfaces and technologies that bring people joy rather than frustration. Some of the…

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Completed ‘Machine Learning’ from Coursera

Completed ‘Machine Learning’ from Coursera

Completed ‘Machine Learning’ course offered by Andrew Ng, Associate Professor of Computer Science, Stanford University. This course was offered through Coursera.org The course started on 23rd April and the duration was 10 weeks. It was an exhilarating opportunity to learn about this cutting edge field. The distinctive feature of the course was weekly programming assignments in Octave which were…

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