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About Me - Partha Majumdar

  • 10 September 2019
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PyDVqDK2ehQ&t=49s




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This is an awesome introduction, @partha6369! Thank you for introducing yourself, telling us about your career achievements, and sharing your love for MOOCs! Over 300 courses completed is extremely impressive. Do you have a favorite Coursera course?
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Mr. Partha Majumdar,

Cordial greetings, is wonderful presentation, I really liked the details, as my opinion, let me say, may it be simple illustrations, however, it is a very creative way.
Impressive all your career in the Science of Computing, when you started I was not yet born!, It's a field that innovates every day and despite the passing of time continue to cover new things and different alternatives of how to use these skills to develop more efficients processes and with a great sense of optimization.

Very amazing how has been the progress for your dedication and effort, advanzing to be already director, my great sense of admiration and respect. I am part of a process in my region on implementing a technology campus to encourage progress within the department, I consider these are steps that must be followed for the development and participation of innovations for research that contribute to creating new forms that allow continuous access applied with the technological elements. So it's very motivating to watch the video that you did with great devotion and kind.

Finally, it is interesting where you are projecting the focus on AI, identifying the exchange factors that affect a nation to establish patterns of behavior in the strength or weakness of the currency, is a field with a lot of uncertainty and that would be a grand reason to study it.

What if tell us your most significant experiences that have helped you to take decisions, making you obtained these current results since 1989?, maybe is a question perhaps self-reflective, although I would consider it as a great person's advice for new generations and a guide for those who are entering the Computer Software Industry.


I send a congratulations to the distance @partha6369 and attentive to any event or opinion that you want to make me as an observation.
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This is an awesome introduction, @partha6369! Thank you for introducing yourself, telling us about your career achievements, and sharing your love for MOOCs! Over 300 courses completed is extremely impressive. Do you have a favorite Coursera course?


Thanks Laura. I do have a favourite Coursera Course. It the "Deep Learning Specialisation" by Mr. Andrew Ng.
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Mr. Partha Majumdar,

Cordial greetings, is wonderful presentation, I really liked the details, as my opinion, let me say, may it be simple illustrations, however, it is a very creative way.
Impressive all your career in the Science of Computing, when you started I was not yet born!, It's a field that innovates every day and despite the passing of time continue to cover new things and different alternatives of how to use these skills to develop more efficients processes and with a great sense of optimization.

Very amazing how has been the progress for your dedication and effort, advanzing to be already director, my great sense of admiration and respect. I am part of a process in my region on implementing a technology campus to encourage progress within the department, I consider these are steps that must be followed for the development and participation of innovations for research that contribute to creating new forms that allow continuous access applied with the technological elements. So it's very motivating to watch the video that you did with great devotion and kind.

Finally, it is interesting where you are projecting the focus on AI, identifying the exchange factors that affect a nation to establish patterns of behavior in the strength or weakness of the currency, is a field with a lot of uncertainty and that would be a grand reason to study it.

What if tell us your most significant experiences that have helped you to take decisions, making you obtained these current results since 1989?, maybe is a question perhaps self-reflective, although I would consider it as a great person's advice for new generations and a guide for those who are entering the Computer Software Industry.


I send a congratulations to the distance @partha6369 and attentive to any event or opinion that you want to make me as an observation.


Thanks for the kind words, Luis.

All experiences have taught me something or the other. However, I list a few.
  1. My programming career start with Cricket Tournament Automation Project. In this project, I worked from morning 6 AM to night 1-2PM everyday. This taught me that if I had to be a programmer, I had to be ready for this schedule. It takes time and money to create something good. Money was not something I could control. However, I could control the amount of time, I would devote to my passion. (Read more about it: https://parthamajumdar.org/2012/10/01/my-first-project-cricket-tournament-automation/)
  2. My first project where I also did System Study and Design was in Woodland's Nursing Home. Here, I learnt that automation is not just about turning paper records to data on magnetic media. There is whole lot more that the Sponsors desire. (Read more about it here: https://parthamajumdar.org/2012/09/30/working-on-the-woodlands-hospital-computerisation-project/)
You will find lots more of my experiences in my blog.

Regards,
Partha
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This is an awesome introduction, @partha6369! Thank you for introducing yourself, telling us about your career achievements, and sharing your love for MOOCs! Over 300 courses completed is extremely impressive. Do you have a favorite Coursera course?
Thanks Laura. I do have a favourite Coursera Course. It the "Deep Learning Specialisation" by Mr. Andrew Ng.



This is my list of Coursera Certificates sometime last year. I have a whole lot more now.

https://parthamajumdar.org/2018/02/21/my-experience-with-coursera/

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