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Here you will find a selection of upcoming events from different sources and the links to the registration pages.

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For the upcoming weekend, we have a playlist to improve our managerial skills. In this we have a course to explore leadership and build collaborative relationships, a course to help to polish knowledge about communicating ideas you want to sale inside your company and finally, a course full of tips to manage your time, all of this to build a better us, "Self 2.0".

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Here is another great playlist with three suggestion to invest 30 mins of your time in yourself; to improve your skills as a manager and innovator; skills needed to build a better professional "Self 2.0"

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Today a new playlist for the weekend, we will be working with some exercises for your Creativity, getting notes from professional Coach to improve our coaching skills and continuing with our Track to develop as Data Scientist. We need to be better at work, yes, but we also need to take the opportunity to evolve as professional, "Self 2.0".

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Closer to the weekend and a new playlist ready for you with courses on Curiosity and Digital Transformation to complement last week and DevOps aligned to our technical track. Knowledge to build a better us, "Self 2.0".

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A busy week, but finally here's my playlist with recommendations for this weekend. We continue with insightful courses about management and strategy in the digital space and a technical course, in this journey to create a better you, "Self 2.0"

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In 1936 Alan Turin envisions that the new field of computation will be required trained mathematicians to operate the modern machines. Since then we started a journey to simplify the way we interact with computers, at a point that now we use our fingers or voice to draw. But the skills required are changing, motivated by the data available and the need to answer more complex questions.