Will Data Science Become Obsolete? Data Scientists Share Their Opinion

In 1974, Danish computer science pioneer and Turing award winner, Peter Naur proposed “datalogy or data science” as an alternative name for computer science. However, when it comes to modern data science, it is

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Book Review: Five Little Pigs by Agatha Christie

Five Little Pigs highlights Poirot’s knack for attention to detail and his thorough understanding of human psychology. The book is unique from other Hercule Poirot novels because there is no crime scene or murder weapon, and the accused is dead.

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Book Review: The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides

Alex Michaelides brilliantly fuses his knowledge of Greek history into the story. The Greek tragedian Euripides’s Play Alcestis is a critical aspect of the novel. The author introduces a new character, and you learn certain things about them, but in later chapters, those things turn out to be either false or rather shown from a different perspective. This was interesting for me since it always kept me guessing.

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Book Review: A Book of Simple Living by Ruskin Bond

A book of simple living is a simple book with simple flowing language. It talks about a lot of things, yet nothing in particular. Ruskin Bond makes you look at things from the perspective of nature. His humble and gentle words soothe you like butter applied over a burn

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LinkedIn Is The New Cringefest After Facebook And TikTok

In 2013, LinkedIn came as a blessing for the corporate world. Reid Hoffman created something that was supposed to be an alternative to job-listing databases. And he did do it.

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Discussion: Why It’s Important To Neuter Your Pets

Let’s talk about neutering. I have a pet dog named Genie, who’s an Indian mongrel. Picked up by a friend after a highway accident, Genie came home and turned our

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Book Review: Too Much And Never Enough by Mary L. Trump

The book ‘Too Much And Never Enough’ is certainly one of a kind and was released at an apt time (perhaps too apt). There’s a lot of research involved and

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Unique Life System Of Working Mothers And Organizational Responsibilities

The day starts with the buzz of an alarm clock every morning. With a half sleepy mind and a slothful body, by slapping the alarm off psyching up for the

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Book Review: Midnight’s Children By Salman Rushdie

Midnight’s Children by Salman Rushdie is a story that takes you back in time and brings out the relevance of every ticking second. “Perhaps the story you finish is never

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Working Mother And The Social, Ethical Dilemma

As someone said, “Women cannot have it all”…I begged to differ earlier but after becoming a mother, somehow I could relate to it. Being a mother is a blessing and

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