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Jeffrey Rich

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Be theatrical

While it is always important to be authentic when presenting, a virtual presentation is akin to a stage performance.

Your "stage" is now a small virtual box. Therefore, your energy level, as well as your gestures, should be more pronounced than they normally would be if you were delivering the presentation in person. Virtual fatigue is real, and this will help to keep your audience alert and engaged.

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Finding The Right Productivity System

The most effective productivity systems are actually quite simple when you dissect them. But we keep searching for life and productivity “hacks” because doing so ironically makes us feel productive. 

If you spend an entire day reading articles about productivity, you’re not actually being productive. The only way you find out if something works for YOU is to implement it and see what happens.

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Warren speaks about all the free money we've all been getting access to because of a health crisis.

"If the world turns into a world where you [governments] can issue more and more money and have negative interest rates over time — I’d have to see it to believe it, but I’ve seen a little bit of it.

"Can you keep doing what we're doing now? The world has been able to do it for now a dozen years or so [since 2008]. We may be facing a period where we're testing that hypothesis that you can continue it with a lot more force than we've tested it before."

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Async/Await 101

For those who have never heard of this topic before, here’s a quick intro 

  • Async/await is a new way to write asynchronous code. Previous alternatives for asynchronous code are callbacks and promises. 
  • Async/await is actually just syntax sugar built on top of promises. It cannot be used with plain callbacks or node callbacks. 
  • Async/await is, like promises, nonblocking. 
  • Async/await makes asynchronous code look and behave a little more like synchronous code. This is where all its power lies. 

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Getting started with the Android Development
  • First of all, you must have a basic knowledge of the Java language for Android Development.   
  • Set up Android Studio IDE of Android Development on your PC or Laptop.
  • Take a course or any book on Android app development with which you think you are comfortable. Being comfortable with the course or with the book is very important.

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