All revolutions are, until they happen, then they are historical inevitabilities - David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas Today’s world is an image of a revolution that has happened. We have gone through numerous revolutions to come to this stage. Though there are a number of revolutions around us throughout the various centuries, all these can be classified into three or in other words they can all be boxed into one of the following.
This post is a follow-up to our earlier post and provides more details on what we are planning for the event. We would like to focus on 3 areas for our event as below: Presentation skill (Communication) Leadership skill (Collaboration) Product creation (Creativity and Critical Thinking) Part 1: Presentation skill: Any ideas when written down takes better shape and when presented before a set of audience greatly enhances the presenter’s understanding.
There has been a new jargon in financial industry “Fintech” which has been floating around for the past few years. “Fintech” are technology-first (software based) companies that leverage software to compete with traditional financial institutions. Traditional brick and mortar financial institutions have to somehow pass their physical location operational costs to their customers in one way or other. Online-only financial institutions fully pass these savings to their customers. There are already many online-only financial institutions which have made their mark.
Happy new year to everyone! We at Tech Bytes, would like to create a platform for technology related discussion and debates and we are planning to conduct an event on Feb 23 2019 in Surrey. Impact of technology on our day-to-day life is the tagline for this event and there will be something for everyone. There will be fun games, knowledge sharing, group discussion and more. This is a free event and is open to all.
Few days back, came across a tech related workshop for kids hosted in partnership with Microsoft and UBC. For sure, such workshops will be very useful. Such workshops will only be the first step. Parents need to get involved in what their kids are learning in such workshops and provide them an environment to make further progress in what they have learned. I work with co-op students every day, have interviewed many of them over the past few years.