Year: 2015

Completed ‘Introduction to Ariba’ course from openSAP

Completed ‘Introduction to Ariba’ course from openSAP

Ariba is a cloud-based Procurement and Supply Chain Management solutions from SAP. This 3-week course ran from 10th November 2015 to 9th December 2015 and covered the following topics: Week 1: The Digital Economy and Ariba Spend Visibility, Ariba Supplier Information Management Week 2: Ariba Sourcing Professional, Ariba Contract Management, and Ariba Procure-to-Pay Week 3: Ariba…

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Took Oracle ADF (Application Development Framework) course

Took Oracle ADF (Application Development Framework) course

Took 5 day course on building applications on Oracle Fusion Middleware using ADF (Application Development Framework). Oracle ADF, built on top of Java EE, is meant for developing Enterprise Applications, in particular customizing and enhancing Oracle ERP solutions.

Review: Pixar in a box Tutorial by Khan Academy

Review: Pixar in a box Tutorial by Khan Academy

‘Pixar is a box’ is an excellent tutorial at Khan Academy developed in collaboration with Pixar Animation Studios. It is about some of the Math concepts that we learn in school and how they apply to making animated movies. The content is meant for secondary school students (and above ). Tutorial sketches a broad outline…

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Book Review: Operational Decision Management for Dummies

Book Review: Operational Decision Management for Dummies

Business rules and validations related to an automated Business Process are generally hidden deep within the application source code and configuration settings. They are not openly accessible, easily to change or review. They might be duplicated several times across the source code. Operational Decision Management (ODM) systems try to remedy this situation by providing a…

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MouseHover event in Windows Forms .Net – Generating it repeatedly

MouseHover event in Windows Forms .Net – Generating it repeatedly

MouseHover Event When mouse is stationary for some time over a Windows Forms control, Mouse Hover event is generated. This event is generated only once during mouse’s stay and movement over a control. If mouse leaves and re-enters the control, system again starts tracking for Mouse Hover and will generate the event accordingly. A common…

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Book Review: Threading in C# by Joseph Albahari

Book Review: Threading in C# by Joseph Albahari

Threading is a complex subject, it is easy to get yourself entangled in threads which don’t behave as you expect them to. There are many constructs and approaches to synchronize threads or achieve parallelism, each with its own quirks and advantages. There are good old threads, there are thread pools, task parallelism, Parallel class, Async…

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Completed ‘Søren Kierkegaard – Subjectivity, Irony and the Crisis of Modernity’ from Coursera

Completed ‘Søren Kierkegaard – Subjectivity, Irony and the Crisis of Modernity’ from Coursera

Completed ‘Søren Kierkegaard – Subjectivity, Irony and the Crisis of Modernity‘ course taught by Associate Professor Jon Stewart from University of Copenhagen. The course is offered through Coursera platform and ran for 8 weeks from 6st October 2014 through 1st December 2014. Course consisted of weekly reading assignments from the works of Kierkegaard, followed by video lectures where Professor Jon provided…

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What did Kierkegaard learn from his study of Socrates? Why is this connection between Socrates and Kierkegaard still relevant in the world today?

What did Kierkegaard learn from his study of Socrates? Why is this connection between Socrates and Kierkegaard still relevant in the world today?

I wrote the following piece as part of an assignment for online course on Kierkegaard from Coursera. ….. Kierkegaard believes from his study that Socrates has a distinct methodology for teaching his audiences through his dialogues. This method of Socrates has a profound wisdom where it focuses on preparing his interlocutor for accepting and realizing…

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Completed SAP BusinessObjects course on ‘BI Clients and Applications’ from openSAP

Completed SAP BusinessObjects course on ‘BI Clients and Applications’ from openSAP

This is my first openSAP course where I managed to stick around till the end. Generally I found the content on openSAP to be a bit dull. At times it seems that you watching a marketing video rather an educational one. Anyway, there is a lot of useful content also. This six-week online course was…

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