The Benefits of Spaced Repetition

Through a combination of research and trial and error, educators have learned a lot about how people learn. A couple of years ago I mentioned the idea of spaced repetition. This is a technique where learners review material after some time. It makes learning more efficient both in terms of time to learn something and […]
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Failure in Learning Part II: The Importance of the Debrief and Coaching

I previously  wrote about the need to be able to fail in a safe learning environment. That can be in a software course or a course on people skills such as customer service. We do learn a lot from our mistakes. An essential part of a learning environment that lets people fail – or any […]
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Protect Secrets in the Cloud with Homomorphic Encryption

IBM recently announced big developments in homomorphic encryption. This could bring trustworthy confidential computing into the mainstream. What is Confidential Computing? Many organizations say that they can’t use the cloud. They can’t put their data in someone else’s data center. Now, if you only use cloud storage, then all is fine. Encrypt the data on […]
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Parallel or Perish – An Overview

I’m pleased to begin the first of a series of blogs on parallel processing, a topic which is no longer optional in the world of machine learning and AI. In this introductory note, we’ll take an overview of the field which, for better or for worse, is becoming more complex every day. Today we are […]
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The New PMP Certification — What You Need to Know!

Is Learning Tree an Official Accredited Training Partner (ATP)? Yes.  This means that Learning Tree is able to deliver the Official PMI Courseware developed and accredited by PMI. What does it mean to be an ATP? It means that:  Learning Tree offers the “PMI Authorized PMP Exam Prep Course”, the PMI- developed and licensed content […]
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