Month: March 2017

Making the world a better place

What isn’t there to like about an elektroroller (motor scooter) that can be easily charged and easily afforded? In my opinion, there’s nothing not to like about it. UNU, based in Berlin, has made exactly that in a way that I’ve never seen another company do it. Basically, the 9 kilogram battery is extremely portable, and it’s not difficult to bring it inside and charge it with a wall charger. Like a cellphone, computer, or microwave. It’s amazing that this is how we can power vehicles now. Especially, if you consider that not all Municipal Power is coming from oil and gas, this solution brings us quite close to carbon neutrality. Which is something that I think most businesses should be striving for. Now, I know that a lot of businesses say that you don’t profit from making the world better place, but UNU seems to be changing that tune. They are profiting by creating something that is good for Humanity and the planet that we are fortunate enough to live on. That’s why I am so excited about this invention, and I hope that it makes its way across the sea and around the world. I think if more people could get around their cities without using oil and gas, and without creating so much exhaust, that this will be a major step of progress for our society. I’m looking forward to see what happens, and I trust UNU to grow and succeed..…. Wish I could elektroroller kaufen! (buy a scooter!)



I’m A Software Engineer

So, when I decided that I wanted to become a software engineer recently, I met a lot of skepticism. Nobody really expected it from me, and nobody believes that I’m actually going to go to school to get my degree in engineering. To be fair, I made the decision on a whim, but I do feel like this is the sort of opportunity that has made sense for me for a very long time. I’m very interested in programming and software, and I was surprised to learn that not very many of my peers were. I guess I just assumed that since we all use technology so often, we all had a sort of inherent interest and how it works. It turns out that I was wrong, it seems. Unless I wasn’t? Are you interested in becoming a software engineer? Or any sort of computer programming? Crickets. Happens. So I’ve learned. Anyway, it wasn’t until I heard about the large demand in the modern market for IT outsourcing that I realize that there might be a sort of way into this for me. You see, I never wanted to be on the software team of a large organisation, or to pull 9 to 5 shifts at an office somewhere, working on some sort of IT team. For some reason that always seems like a grim reality for me, and I wanted to do something different. I didn’t want to be a jack-of-all-trades, so I thought I had to avoid software engineering in general. But, what I’ve learned is that you can really specialize in what you are directly interested in, and that is totally what I’m about. The specialized Market labor is huge, and I’ve been talking to a few people who actually work as freelance software Engineers, programmers, and developers, and it seems like they have a life that I would be very interested in living. Professionally, at least. Engineers get a bit of a weird stigma, and I understand that.

A good tool for educational process

Weighted grade calculator websites have been a part of my educational process for a long time, I always like to know exactly how I need to score to get the mark I want, I’m just kind of meticulous like that, because why not? What’s the harm in knowing exactly what you need to achieve, and then studying and training and working hard to achieve a very specific goal, I’m not young anymore, and if I’m going to justify being in school, I’m going to be doing it with the highest amount of intention and motivation and specificity as I possibly can. School, now, isn’t just about fooling around and having fun, it’s actually about learning the most I can with the most efficiency, as it’s an investment of time and energy, and I could just be working. But no, I’m in school, and I have specific goals. My GPA is important to me for several reasons. I want to keep it high, for the reasons of future considerations, like scholarships and transferring, but also just for my own personal Pride, do you know what I mean? Like, if I got to do a course, I kind of want to get as close to it as I can get. Actually, and a is the best mark to set your sights on in my opinion, so basically, I was happy to learn with this way to grade calculator that even if I get a be on my final exam, I could still end up with an “A”, which I think is pretty darn cool. So, I do suggest using this, but that’s just because I’m a very specific type of person, but if you think that my reasons are valid, you should go to this website and use this calculator. I swear that it won’t be a negative experience.

What to focus for app store ranking?

                        What to focus for app store ranking?


Who would not want his app to rank at the top? Who would not want unlimited download? In the end who would not like to pile up millions of bucks in the form of profit? Well everyone will. For this special focus has to be made at a few points for an optimum app ranking. Proper research can be conducted; statistics should be dug at to bring out the popular trends in the internet world. Application should be targeted that are useful and that make the life easy. One of the examples is an ebook that facilitates you reading without a book. But before doing that there are a few things one needs to focus. These are given below.