ISD - Information Systems Development - Учебный Центр Адаптационные тренинги для новых сотрудников Задача: ознакомление нового сотрудника с информацией о компании, ее структурой, внутренними процедурами, процессами работы, корпоративными правилами, стандартами и культурой.Тренинги данного направления – вводные тренинги для новых сотрудников компании, направленные на то, чтобы новый сотрудник ощущал себя членом команды с самого начала, был знаком со структрой компании, функциями различных отделов, владел информацией о клиентах и разрабатываемых продуктах, понимал внутренние процессы, правила, требования и на чем они основаны, а так же о своих возможностях, перспективах и привилегиях.. Специализированные тренинги по программным продуктам
Taylor Swift 9 of the Most Fascinating Abandoned Mansions from Around the World Here's one that not even many Irish people know about: Belcamp House, In Dublin's north side. I'm only aware of it because I used to live near there. It's mostly burnt down now, but it's an architecturally significant building, and a crying shame to see it in such an awful state of repair for so long. Much of the façade is still intact, so maybe one day it can be rejuvenated, but here's the kicker: it was designed by one Kilkenny-born James Hoban, architect of the White House. A map of the countries with the most dangerous roads Click to enlarge. Data source: World Health Organization Lots of people think that their home town has the worst traffic, the most aggressive drivers, the craziest cabbies. Sometimes they have strong anecdotal evidence. Russian drivers often employ dashboard cameras to record seemingly inevitable collisions with reckless motorists.
Paul Rogers I was doing the usual double-play with the morning e-mail, inbox to desktop to trash, when I saw her note. She had a story, a novel. It was her first and she needed help. I didn’t believe her, but I kept reading. She said her name was Kim Cooper, and she runs a nice little outfit called Esotouric that gives bus tours around the city to tourists who are interested in true-life crimes, celebrity deaths, and literary hot spots. I read about her in the papers and bookmarked the company in case I ever had visitors in town and needed something to do that didn’t involve a theme park. Spoon Fork Bacon - Page 3 of 50 - Hi Guys! Today we have baked chocolate donuts for you! Oh the donut. I feel like I could write (really bad) poems and songs about my love for donuts. 17 Abandoned Places Around The World That You Probably Didn’t Know About Abandoned cities — even buildings — capture our imagination. From their history to their current dilapidated state, they never fail to invoke the curiosity within us. Who lived there?
40 Maps That Will Help You Make Sense of the World If you’re a visual learner like myself, then you know maps, charts and infographics can really help bring data and information to life. Maps can make a point resonate with readers and this collection aims to do just that. Hopefully some of these maps will surprise you and you’ll learn something new. A few are important to know, some interpret and display data in a beautiful or creative way, and a few may even make you chuckle or shake your head. If you enjoy this collection of maps, the Sifter highly recommends the r/MapPorn sub reddit. You should also check out ChartsBin.com.
96-Year-Old Man's Love Song to His Late Wife Tops iTunes Charts Earlier this summer, Illinois-based music recording studio Green Shoe Studio launched a singer-songwriter contest open to the public in the hopes of getting to know local talent, but they had no idea that 96-year-old Peoria resident Fred Stobaugh would enter with a heartwarming song dedicated to his recently deceased wife. Inspired by his late wife Lorraine, who happened to be his partner of 75 years (married for almost 73 of them), Fred decided to enter the contest on a whim, never thinking he'd hear a response. Little did he know that the rest of the world would soon know all about him. Though it was an online competition, the nonagenarian opted to mail the studio a letter with the lyrics to his song "Oh Sweet Lorraine" rather than upload and share a YouTube video of himself performing it. In his submitted letter, he admits to having no background in music, even going on to say "I don't sing, I would scare people - ha ha."
New exhibition of J.D. Salinger letters shows a young writer balancing cynicism and hope NEW YORK, NY.- Between 1941 and 1943 J. D. Salinger sent nine letters and postcards to Marjorie Sheard, an aspiring Canadian writer. This important collection of documents, acquired by the Morgan in April 2013, sheds light on Salinger’s writing, and the authors that influenced him in the early stages of his career. A highlight among the letters is one in which the young author writes to Ms.
15 Maps That Will Give You A Better Idea Of Reality Posted Apr 23, by Val Liarikos The Most Common Surnames in Europe by Country Map of ‘Pangea’ with Current International Borders Where Google Street View is Available World Map of the Different Writing Systems Map of Contiguous United States Overlaid on the Moon Indoor Football Practice Facility - Cannon Design The Endowment for the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA) commissioned CannonDesign to design a state-of-the-art, multi-use, multi-sport indoor training facility, one that would rival those built in the Mountain West Conference and in other service Academies. As the USAFA competes on the national stage in all sports, the indoor training facility will provide regular uninterrupted daily preparation, enhancing the training opportunities for all Cadets, which is paramount to the success of its athletic programs. As a place of business for the cadets and coaches, the indoor training facility will provide a no nonsense approach to training, which was modeled after the elements of the Academy’s Falcon Stadium. The indoor field is designed as a replica of Falcon Stadium, with a full size turf field, camera and video platforms, and proper lighting. Graphics and banners immediately signify Falcon football. The building is designed to meet USGBC LEED Silver criteria.
The amazing history of the Nobel Prize, told in maps and charts Click to enlarge. (Max Fisher/Washington Post) The United States added three more Nobel laureates to its roster on Monday, all in economics, bringing the national total to an astounding 347 in the prize's history. Humboldt’s Maps : Mapping Thoreau Country In his eulogy at Thoreau's funeral in Concord in 1862, in a line that was omitted from his published remembrance, Emerson singled out three men who had deeply impressed his late friend: the abolitionist martyr John Brown, the poet Walt Whitman, and Penobscot wilderness guide and tribal leader Joe Polis. To this list, Emerson might have added—along with Samuel de Champlain—Alexander von Humboldt, who was widely regarded as the world's foremost 'man of science' during the first half of the nineteenth century. As Champlain had before him, Humboldt traveled the world to gather facts about a dizzying array of natural phenomena, "so that," as Emerson remarked, "a university, a whole French Academy travelled in his shoes." And Humboldt's works were, as Thoreau characterized Champlain's maps,"crowded with information, geographical, ethnographical, zoological, and botanical."