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How To Become A Relationship Master

How To Become A Relationship Master

Let’s make one thing clear; life is rough, we’re all born with some advantages and disadvantages, some more than others, and on top of that life itself hands us plenty of blows as we grow up and god only knows what horrors awaits us after that. It’s no wonder then that many people reach their 30’s and 40’s (and so on) with resentment and bitterness over dreams that never came true and for settling for a life far below that of their plans. To live is to fail. But we can learn and grow, change and adapt. We can never avoid failure, but we can increase our wins. In fact, if you’re reading this, you already know this and have decided to take action to learn and do better. You’re awesome. But to understand what we’re doing and why we’re doing it, we need to lay out the reality of…    read more 

How To Become Successful In Every Aspect of Your Life

How To Become Successful

We were all children once. Like you, more chance than not, my greatest moments of happiness during childhood have stuck with me, and to this day continue to bring a smile, and sometimes even a tear. Childhood is a time of mind expansion— not just in knowledge but in experimentation, in inquisitiveness, in trying out new concepts and strategies. Childhood is supposed to be a time when the balloon of happiness soars high above the mundane. The tools of the trade for most kids were a peanut butter sandwich, a bicycle, and a bedtime story. I became a pediatrician, in part, to relive and help channel the wonder and delight involved in growth. Everyone i met in my life wants to be Successful, you can never find somebody that says that he/she don’t wanna be a successful, but how many of them would do any action for achieving that success?…    read more 

How Much Do You Know About IRAN

How Much Do You Know About IRAN

Iran has a long history of ancient civilizations and a rich traditional knowledge in domesticating wild plants and using soil and water resources for production of food, feed, and fiber. The development of early soil knowledge in the Iranian history goes back to the Achaemenid dynasty in 550 BC. However, the modern and formal scientific attempt to conduct soil research and studies in the country was in the early 1950s in conjunction with modernization of agriculture sector and construction of big dams. If you want to know this country better we recommend the following books: 1. The Soils of Iran In 1964, the first English book on soils of Iran and the accompanied maps at a scale of 1:2,500,000 was published after several years of field studies and soil characterization through the joint collaboration between Soil Institute of Iran and FAO. Since then, soil survey projects have been conducted in…    read more 

How Much Do You Know About Calculus

How Much Do You Know About Calculus

Calculus is sometimes defined as ‘the mathematics of change’. The whole point of calculus is to take the conventional rules and principles of mathematics and apply them to dynamic situations where one or more variable is changing. In particular, calculus provides you with the tools to deal with rates of change. 1. Calculus–A Complete Introduction There are actually two ‘big ideas’ in calculus, called differentiation and integration. These are both techniques that can be applied to algebraic expressions. As you will discover, one is the converse of the other. Algebraically, what this means is that, if you start with some function f(x) and differentiate it, then integrating the result will get you back, roughly speaking, to your original function f(x). And the same idea is true in reverse – if you first choose to integrate f(x), then differentiating the result will get you back to your original function f(x). The…    read more 

15 Kotlin Books You Need to Read

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Kotlin is evolving rapidly as a universal language—a single language with which one can do many things and do it elegantly! It can be used to create a wide range of applications, spanning from large server applications that can take advantage of the most modern advances in parallel processing and rich internet applications (RIA) that run in the ecosystem of a web browser to Android apps and tiny applications that run within tiny IoT processors. In May 2017, when Google announced official support to Kotlin to develop Android applications, the status of Kotlin was elevated overnight from a nice, cool language to a language that needs to be taken seriously. Shortly thereafter, the Spring framework, which is mighty on the server-side development, added Kotlin only features. The Kotlin-favoring trend seems to have continued since then. The vast array of applications that Kotlin can be used in and the value-add that…    read more 

16 Investing Books You Need to Read

16 Investing Books You Need to Read

There’s no shortage of stuff you really should be learning in this world, and no shortage of books about exactly that same stuff. Every bit of knowledge you could ever hope for is already waiting right there in a book somewhere. Or a whole shelf of books. Heck, you could probably fill an entir underground parking garage with all the books that have been written on the subject of investing alone, and still find more pouring out onto the ground when you climbed back out. The problem is that most of those books are boring and you end up setting them down with a bookmark somewhere around page 25, never to return. Even with the best of skills and intentions, I find that the writers of most books about stock investing cannot seem to get it right. They drag it out painfully or write paragraphs so dry and dense that…    read more 

11 Python Books You Need to Read

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Python is a great language for beginning programmers. It is easy to write the first programs, because the conceptual overhead is small. That is, there’s no need to understand what “void” or “public” means at the outset. Python does many things for a programmer. Do you want something sorted? It’s a part of the language. Lists and hash tables (dictionaries) are a part of the language. You can write classes, but do not have to, so it can be taught objects first or not. The required indentation means that it is much harder to place code incorrectly in loops or if statements. There are hundreds of reasons why Python is a great idea. Why Python? Every year I consider whether to continue using Python or whether to move on to a different language—perhaps one that’s newer to the programming world. But I continue to focus on Python for many reasons….    read more