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The 29 most powerful business degrees in the world


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A degree in business and management can be a springboard to a life of success.

Generally speaking, the better the university, the better the chance of getting to JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, or a major hedge fund. 1.147 weitere Wörter

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Introducing a resource kit to help organizers handle event safety incidents

Organizing events is difficult. Keeping on top of everything requires a great deal of forward planning, whether it’s a small edit-a-thon in a local library’s reading room or a large, international conference. 314 weitere Wörter


Find out Somethig from Commit History in Git

Sometimes we need to find out the commit history or certain file’s commit history. So How we can do this?

Let’s go

1. If you want to see full commit history of repository then just open the terminal and go repository dir. 63 weitere Wörter


12 Very Wrong Things The Ancient Romans Believed About Animals


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The major extant work of Claudius Aelianus, a Roman author who lived in the late 1st-early 2nd century AD, is „On the Characteristics of Animals,“ a large collection of vignettes about the knowledge of animal life at the time. 769 weitere Wörter

Money Matters

PM’ing in public

I work at a beautifully weird organization. The Wikimedia Foundation is transparent to the outside world in ways most people, even people who know our work (not  811 weitere Wörter


Gender Gap in Wikipedia's content

Only 15% of all biographies on English Wikipedia belong to women. Women and men are portrayed differently on Wikipedia in terms of article structure, the use of infoboxes, network properties, notability etc. 1.446 weitere Wörter