When new things enter your enterprise, don’t wait for someone to train you. If you’re serious about your career, your earning potential and most of all, your ability to remain calm in what could be a stressful situation, then know your work environment and know it well. It’s that simple. You’ll find your value at your present employer increasing, you’ll become more confident in your abilities and you’ll become more marketable to future employers. If your company provides highly valuable training and your day-to-day is cut and dry, then I guess I’m not speaking to you. I am speaking to those of you working in environments that lack resources. Find free training or possibly an affordable subscription based service, if it’s worth it. If it’s software, see if you can obtain a trial version to practice on. Lastly, it almost goes without saying, make sure you read the vendor’s documentation.
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Watch MIT Professor, Erik Demaine, a former child prodigy who completed his Ph.D. at the age of 20, break down the concept of dynamic programming.
If your day-to-day is anything like mine, you’re not working on the things you love all day. You may want to check out the site above (it’s a hyperlink by the way, Google NOT REQUIRED) during your lunch break or whenever you have downtime at the office. Of course, you could use the site at home, but hopefully you have or will take a leap of faith and start installing the products you’re interested in onto your personal hardware.