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Book Summary: How to Win Friends and Influence People — PART 01

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In this article I’ll write about a summary of a book which is quite interesting for me. The title of the book is How to Win Friends and Influence People, written by Dale Carnegie.

The book consists of several main parts in which there are some key principles that become the building blocks of the main part. So let’s start with part 1.

The New One Minute Manager

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I read an interesting management book today titled The One Minute Manager, written by Ken Blanchard, PhD and Spencer Johnson, MD. The book is quiet short and the content is straightforward. It really provides an easily read story.

Journey from Novice to Expert

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I read an interesting book titled Pragmatic Thinking and Learning: Refactor Your Wetware by Andy Hunt.

Johari Window

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To explain it simply, Johari Window is a diagram showing relationships between a person and others.

Bad Luck Turns Into Good Luck

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We, as humans, sometimes encounter events that lead us to aware that everything happens for certain rationales. Something that happens at the exact time might later change someone’s life completely.

Solomon Paradox and Wiser Human Beings

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King Solomon, the third leader of the Jewish Kingdom, is considered the nonsuch of wisdom. People travelled a long way just to ask for his exhortation. However, it’s known that his personal life and character are not in line with what his tact looks like to other people. This somewhat becomes a paradox.

The Greatest Salesman in the World by Og Mandino

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One of the books that I read on the first week of this year was The Greatest Salesman in the World by Og Mandino. Basically, the primary content is about the fundamental principles in being a great salesman.

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PyCon Indonesia 2017: Part-of-Speech Tagger for Bahasa Indonesia Using Hidden Markov Model and Viterbi Algorithm

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Each word in a sentence has its own word class. In Natural Language Processing, the word class is also known as part of speech (POS). Some examples of word class are noun, verb, adverb, adjective, and so on. This word class denotes the role of a word in a sentence. Moreover, their sequence builds the structure of a sentence. For instance, a sentence has a general structure, namely the sequence of noun, verb, and noun.

PyCon Philippines 2018: Introduction to the Natural Language Processing with Python

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Primarily, this talk is intended to the enthusiasts of NLP who would like to grasp the basic concepts of NLP and the way of implementing NLP tasks using Python. Therefore, this tutorial does not only give the concept of NLP, but it also provides the practical side by using Python programming language. Python can do the basic tasks of NLP, but it can not handle the standard tasks of NLP. Therefore, a special library called the Natural Language Toolkit (NLTK) is needed to solve such problem. This library provides some functions, wrappers, and the corpora samples that could be used to support the NLP researches. By the end of this talk, hopefully the audience could get some insights on the basic concepts of NLP. Moreover, they could utilize NLTK for assisting their works.

PyCon Italy 2018: Part-of-Speech Tagger for Bahasa Indonesia Using Hidden Markov Model and Viterbi Algorithm

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Each word in a sentence has its own word class. In Natural Language Processing, the word class is also known as part of speech (POS). Some examples of word class are noun, verb, adverb, adjective, and so on. This word class denotes the role of a word in a sentence. Moreover, their sequence builds the structure of a sentence. For instance, a sentence has a general structure, namely the sequence of noun, verb, and noun.