Skills Not Degrees: NY Times
Jesse Feiler Wed, 09/20/2017 - 15:52

Steve Lohr, June 28, 2017 NY Times: Read Here

Coding Boot Camps — Can You Learn to Code in 3 Months?
Jesse Feiler Wed, 09/20/2017 - 15:50

NY Times August 24, 2017, Steve Lohr. Read here.

WAMC Roundtable Tuesday August 22, 20167 11:30 AM
Jesse Feiler Mon, 08/21/2017 - 11:23

It seems as if everyone uses spreadsheets. Most people don't think about them too much, but there are ways to improve your spreadsheet use.

Joe and Jesse talk about spreadsheets on The Roundtable what you probably know (that's right), what you probably know (that's irrelevant), and what you probably know (that's wrong).

Here's a link to three sets of best practice modeling standards  http://www.ssrb.org/standards

Download a comparison of several sets of standards here: Standards Comparison

It's probably more than you want to know so we'll boil it down to a few simple practices.

Roundtable Tuesday July 18, 2017 11:30 AM
Jesse Feiler Mon, 07/17/2017 - 13:49

We'll talk about the flip-side of data retention and archiving: getting rid of what you don't need to keep. We may also talk about how your communication and messaging apps may be saving lots and lots of data. 

On the topic of security, this article from The Atlantic raises some good points. It starts from Henry Stimson's famous line: "Gentlemen do not read each others' mail."


 

Farhad Manjoo on Email (its last gasp?)
Jesse Feiler Fri, 07/14/2017 - 15:01

Washington Post article: What We Lose When the World Moves On From Email. Read here.

Using Cyber Continuity Jesse Feiler Tue, 05/23/2017 - 09:50

The color codes aren’t very complicated — green is good and red is bad. The middle colors are a mixture that are more red or green as your score dictates.

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Select a Cyber Continuity challenge and rate yourself. Use the popoer in the upper right to learn more about that challenge.

 

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