Showing posts from July, 2015

What are some skills that are going to be monetarily valuable in the next five years?

An extraordinary answer from Claudia Azula Altucher on Quora slightly adapted here for my readers
Knowing about chemistry, biotech, high-tech and how to translate it into plain EnglishBeing an idea machineAbility to take risks and get off the beaten path of what society says is the norm...Ability to save and have cash in the bank Knowing lots of people you can callKnowing how to write, so people want to read (interesting) and making ideas fun and understandableKnowing how to handle difficult people (because the crappy people will make you broke)Ability to say NO, without giving any more explanations Ability to Choose Yourself rather than wait for an institution or college or team to "choose you"  Ability to pray and believe.  The #10 I added. I recognize myself, and Claudia articulated these thoughts better than any one I read before . Interesting to see the The Ten Most Influential Books In My Writing she publishes on her yoga website

Ericsson Cloud Storage – Part 2. Extracting the value

By: 16 July, 2015Cloud , NFV,
So, what is Storage? In computer engineering, we take this word for granted. In Big Data, storage means an object store. But we continue to call it “storage” as most people are familiar with the word. In this blog, let’s have a look at the engineering rationale and the human experience related to the word “storage”.Continue reading

Uncluttered Closets and Big Data

In a previous blog about Big Data, we read how really BIG the data is. For example this quote:

Wikipedia visualizes the size of the storage of 1 YB (Yottabyte) using 1 TB disks as “one million city block size data centers, as big as the states of Delaware and Rhode Island combined.” How do we decide to store all this data?  When it comes to selecting a storage, people like you and me, and even the people who are highly technical, we all believe we know. I bought my son a 32 GB Apple Ipad tablet three years ago, and he used less than  2 GB. The biggest mistake we make we select the storage without having a clue of what that data,-  the data we want to keep available now - might be
Keep Your Closet Uncluttered All Year Long: 7 Foolproof Tips I was reading this web article from Apartment Therapy blog site. "Bingo!" I said;  this is best advise on how to keep Big Data in order.
1. Cycle out your clothing. If your closet is small and you have extra storage space elsewhere, move y…

Kosher Ego and Kindergarten Entrepreneurs

Kindergarten entrepreneurs In a previous post I was talking of  The new elite: kindergarten entrepreneurs who are often a product of the famous Silicon Valley incubators:
Some incubators created one the most conceited and arrogant breed of young entrepreneurs.  They are taught that a successful startup company is the elixir of happiness and they are bred "scientifically"  to be forever fearless winners, and immune  to the vicissitudes and perils in real life roller-coasters. It sounds like Nietzsche Übermensch as a goal for humanity to perfect itself Team of Teams In a book that is currently #1 bestseller in Business and Organizational Learning, General Stanley McChrystal at al write:
Al Qaeda was not a collection of supermen forged into a devilishly ingenious organization by brilliant masterminds...   Much like a Silicon Valley garage start-up that rides an idea or product that is well timed rather than uniquely brilliant to an absurd level of wealth, AQI happened to step …