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Project Integration Management

  Project Integration Management is the first stage in the project management processes. From the keyword “integration” itself, it incorporates all other knowledge areas in project management. There are seven processes in this area.
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Call me `Alchie` coz it's sweeter

In our country, calling `Sir` or `Ma'am` someone in the position is considered to be respectful, more especially when addressing a teacher. These words are automatic titles and at times being demanded. I remember one incident, when I attended a team building of public teachers with a friend, I was reprimanded for calling a teacher `Auntie`. I used to address those persons I don't know by these titles, every person I encounter, even to a tricycle driver in our village. I prefer "Sir" than "Manong" or "Pre" or "Bai". Maybe because I wanted to establish a certain degree of barrier between us, a boundary automatically present when using those words. Personally, I prefer not to be called `Sir`, or any other endearment, to people I am acquainted with. It is as if we don't know each other when they call me by other names. I recall being upset when a close friend from high school suddenly called me "Bai", as if he suddenly for

S.M.A.R.T.E.R. Objectives

Back in college, I have already learned the S.M.A.R.T Philosophy in establishing objectives during my business management class. It means that whenever you formulate an objective, it must qualify with these principles:  S pecific, M easurable, A ttainable, R ealistic, T ime-bounded. However, during our first day in Project Management class, my professor taught us something new. He said that there are two additional principles, the E and R, that should be added to SMART in order to make our objectives better. E for E njoyable and R for R ewarding. And I agree with him. When setting our personal goals in life, each goal must be SMARTER. The path through which we take in achieving our goals must be enjoyable every step of the way and we know that at the end of the journey there is a reward. It may not be monetary in nature but at least it is something good and worthy despite all the efforts and difficulties we encounter along the way.

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I am fond of programming . When I am at home and with my personal computer, you don’t see me playing DOTA. You will see me with a serious face, shifting from one window to another, and constantly pressing the Alt-Tab and F5 keys. I am with a web browser and a text editor coding something, may be a system that will help ease my work at the office or a personal project. My projects are usually web-based applications. When we say web-based, it uses different technologies, programming languages and frameworks; from server-side to client-side scripts: PHP, CodeIgniter, Javascript, JQuery, HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, Font-Awesome, React, NodeJS, and MySQL; all at once. You must know most of them in order to build a good web-based application. You need to be a genius to memorize all the methods and classes you can use on your system. Unfortunately, I am not a genius. I don’t memorize everything. I am not good with memorization. When we still had an internet connection at home, it was eas

Installing KOHA on Ubuntu 14.04

Update List sudo apt-get update  Install Apache 2  sudo apt-get install apache2 sudo a2enmod rewrite sudo a2enmod cgi sudo a2enmod deflate sudo service apache2 restart Install MYSQL  sudo apt-get install mysql-server sudo mysql_install_db sudo mysql_secure_installation Add KOHA repository sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list.d/koha.list type then save deb oldstable main Download KOHA Apt-key wget Install Key sudo apt-key add  gpg.asc Update List sudo apt-get update  Install KOHA sudo apt-get install koha-common  If error found: Errors were encountered while processing: libapache2-mpm-itk apache2-mpm-itk koha-common E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1) Apply this command: sudo a2dismod mpm_event sudo a2enmod mpm_prefork sudo service apache2 restart sudo apt-get install -f Configure KOHA sudo nano /etc/koha/koha-sites.conf DOMAIN="

Bootstrap 3.3.5 Offline Guide - Chrome Extension

A made-easy offline documentation of Bootstrap 3.3.x for Web designers and Web developers. This is an offline version of Bootstrap 3 documentation website. It is made-easy for users to navigate its contents and you can browse it on a separate tab if you want. Changelog: v3.3.5.4 - Improved Navigation v3.3.5.2 - Added Options Page v3.3.5.1 - Added Topic Search on navbar v3.3.5 - Updated to Bootstrap 3.3.5 - Added Topic Search v1.2 - Updated Navigation Install Extension

I am Chester Alan.

Yes, I really am Chester Alan. I love my name because it's given to me by my parent. But don't call me "Alan", I'm not used to it. Just simply "Chester", most people knew me as "Chester". My father said that my name was taken from the 21st President of the United States, Chester Alan Arthur . He found it in a dictionary when he was looking for a name for me. And I believe he found the best one. The name Chester means Camp or fort and its origin is Latin. Alan means Rock and its origin is Gaelic. Combined together my name would mean Camp Rock, or a Rock Fortress, or perhaps a Rock Castle. My parents call me "Alchie", it's my nickname, and my siblings call me " Kuya Alchie", since I am the eldest. I also love this name and in fact I am using it on my Facebook.