Transcript: I do recommend The Magician's Nephew because it is very entertaining. It is one of the best books I have read.The book shows braveness and that you need braveness in your life and be ready for what the world throws at you. One theme in the book is friendship because Polly and Digory had to keep a strong friendship throughout their journey. Digory- a 13 year boy who likes adventure Polly- a 13 year girl who is very clever Uncle Andrew- A mysterious old guy Jadis- an evil witch who thinks of herself Aslan- the creator of Narnia Literary item About the Author The Magician's Nephew By C.S. Lewis Themes One literary item in the book is personification because Aslan can talk. Theme two in the book is courage because Digory and Polly had courage to face challenges that the worlds gave them. Clive Staples Lewis was born on November 29, 1898 in Belfast, Northern Ireland.In 1911 Lewis was enrolled as a student at Cherbourg House. From April 26 until Septmember 1917, Lewis was astudent at University College, Oxford. Three years after the outbreak of WWl in Britain, he enlisted in the British army. On April 15 1918 Lewis was wounded on Mount Berenchon during battle of Arras.On May 20, 1925 Lewis was elected a Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford and served as tutor in English Language and literature for 29 years. His first book was released in 1950. Lewis died November 22, 1963. In The Magician's Nephew Digory and Polly are two kids who go exploring. Digory's Uncle Andrew sends them to different world by magic rings. They explore another world its called Charn and they awake a witch name Jadis. They accidentally take Jadis into their world. Jadis causes chaos in London while on a horse with Uncle Andrew and the hores's owner beside it trying to calm it down Digory and Polly ran around and grab Jadis. they took to the in between world. They all jumped in a random world. It was dark outside then all of the sudden they heard singing. The sun arose trees were growing everything was coming to life. The singing was coming from a lion named Aslan. Aslan was creating Narnia. Aslan choose two of every kind of animal and the two he chose could talk. The horse's owner became king and his wife became queen they both ruled Narnia. Digory was put to a task and Polly came along the horse became a flying now named Fledge. Digory completed the task for Alsan and he gave the apple he had to get from a special tree became the protector of Narnia. Aslan gave Digory an apple for his mother who was sick they returned home. Polly went home, Uncle Andrew drank wine, and Digory gave the apple to his mom. The next morning she felt better and Digory dug a hole for the core of apple. It grew into a tree. One day a bad storm came and blew down the tree. Digory made it into a wardrobe. Setting Presentation By RJ Myers Literary item Summary Recommendation The Magician's Nephew Most interesting thing London in 1950's Narnia Charn The most interesting to me the book was when Aslan was singing and the world of Narnia was coming to life just by a song. Characters
Transcript: Logistics Considerations 1) venue nearly 300m high 2) located in Melbourne's CBD Project Objectives Project Governance and Reporting Gantt Chart THANK YOU FOR LISTENING WELCOME TO MELBOURNE Content Project Stakeholders Gantt Chart Project Scope Project Lifecycle and Risks Project Scope Project Objectives Project Charter Project Lifecycle and Risks Gantt Chart Project Governance and Reporting Project Stakeholders Logistics Considerations Event Charter To familiarise the guests with each other. To familiarise the guests with the city. To increase the chance of success of the Melbourne site in the long term. To serve as and promote intercultural training. To help guests feel more comfortable in the new and unknown environment.
Transcript: Project Scope Statement (specific scope definition) Project Document Updates Project Purpose Project Requirements Stakeholders Communication Plan Project Charter Input: Importance: Project Selection Project Initiation Project Planning Project Implementation Project Close Process of developing a detailed descriptions of what work will be done and what work will not be done on the project from initiation to close Define the problem or product you want to improve and what is the ideal end state Incorporate times, budget and political realities Active stockholders involvement Consumes a large number of resources and takes time Remember: Requirements help inform scope but are not equal to scope Remember: Requirements guide and manage project expectations Defines the limits of the project Avoids scope creep Manages uncertainty and adapts to unanticipated developments Tools and Techniques: Scope: Key Part of Projects PMI Waterfall Project Life Cycle Presented by: Navdeep Chattha, M. Elizabeth Matthews, Marina Sanz Vara and Meysam Tehrani Thank You! Define Scope Scope Definition and Elaboration: Eliciting Requirements Project charter (broad scope definition) Organizational process assets Stakeholder management Stakeholder requirements Output: Scope According to PMI Project Initiation: Expert Judgement Product Analysis Input Tools and Techniques Outputs
Transcript: More effective use of company resources. Significant employee benefits. Reduced rollout times. Minimization of risk. Disruptive Innovation vs Sustaining Innovation Security Concerns DevOps The Project Questions Agile Configuration The Implementation Plan Software-Defined Data Center Well be looking at 4 disruptive technologies to improve project delivery: 4. DevOps Agile Infrastructure Delivery Puppet Tested in a small infrastructure environment first. Installed on all existing servers and clients. DevOps Form multiple small groups of app and infrastructure developers. Have them work together on similar tasks for incentives. 2. Software Defined Data Center 3. Case Examples Availability DevOps The Implementation Plan 1. The Future Outlook 3. Puppet no invalid modification data change completely in transaction distributed data remains the same customer profile, transaction record, account balance, system developing file, source code data should be always accessible system should keep operating data in public network: confidentiality data in different location: integrity Project Plan 2. Security Issues distribution error: integrity configuration error: integrity and availability 4. Implementation Plan We need case examples of each technology been used in the banking/finance industry. We will look at 4 key themes for our project. This includes: 1. Cloud Computing Case Examples Long-term improvements Security Concerns Confidentiality Puppet Cloud Computing Cloud Computing PaaS (Platform as a Service). IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service). Implemented incrementally. Software-Defined Data Center Hybrid implementation with IaaS. Can be implemented immediately. Case Examples The Future Outlook The Future Outlook Integrity The key goals for Westpac: Our project has a number of security concerns that must be addressed.
Transcript: 8D Control Charts Designed Experiment Ishikawa Diagram (Cause & Effect) Regression Analysis Project Charter Potential SPC Tools approximately 30 trucks affected. Systematic Approach COMPANY QUESTIONS? Basic Problem Gordon Hong David Chalmers William Vang Ricardo Jarrett Hong La Jack Popielec On startup engine runs roughly and misfires, problem narrowed down to fuel injection system. Fails to start after truck has been cold (less than 1 deg., Celcius) overnight. 100 Hollinger Crescent Kitchener, Ontario, Canada Scott Schmidt - Warranty Analysis Engineer Bill Hack - Quality Engineer SPC Project Fuel Injector Failure Company Contacts Severity of Problem 1. Problem Definition 2. Literature Review 3. Benchmarking 4. Conceptual Clarification of Xi and Yi 5. Operationalization of Xi and Yi 6. Conducting Study / Gathering Data 7. Analysis of Data ( Mini Tab) 8. Costs/Benefits including ROI, payback period 9. Drawing of conclusions, recommendations 10. Implementation plan (Gant Charts, CPMs, timeline) 11. Limitations of Study 12. Avenues for Future Study Main Elements Temperature Material Fuel Management (programming) Fuel System Components (various suppliers) Fuel Quality
Transcript: Quality It is important to know the risks of a project. Risks sometimes lead to project failures. Project team WBS Example of the total slack from several activities from this project. Organize and manage your events. Consult any relevant information about the event programmee. Query the speaker at the end of the keynote without the need of a microphone. Roles Daniel Ramos: Manager, FullStack Developer John Smith: QA Tester Project milestones Organisational structure Provides chronological output -People getting sick -Legal issues -Operating environment -The APP being denied by the distributors -Defect issues -Delays caused by third party frameworks -Failure to meet the specification requirements. GANTT Chart Quality is important to ensure that the application works as expected, according to what was specified in the requirements document Resources are important because they determine if the project can be finished without delays. Helps determining if a resource has overallocated work. Stakeholders Activities Project schedule Resource allocation PERT What is it? Define important events Contribute to early feedback Keeps the client happy Event App How this project will ensure its quality Manager: Daniel Ramos Additional resources John Smith Project milestones Diagram of the work to be done Objectives: Estimations calculated by using the following equation: = (( + 4∗ + ) / 6) Project duration Allows to determine if a task can be delayed without delaying the whole project. Project schedule The team will use unit tests during the development phase to ensure that each function is working properly (Functional and defect testing) The team will use Usability tests to ensure that the User Interface works as expected and is user friendly. Digital distributors. Managers. Sponsors. System administrators. Mobile users (target). Public/Private Organisations. THANK YOU Risks of this project Total float/slack Event APP Project Management Risks Stakeholder and team communication
Transcript: Veronica Roth At age 22, Veronica Roth's career of an author took off rapidly. Her first novel was published and had movie rights before she graduated college. Roth attended Minnesota's Carleton College before tansferring to Northwestern, graduating from the Prestigious Writing Program. Main Characters Summary of Divergent Tobias Eaton- Also called Four, because of his four fears. He is the instructor of the transfer initiates in the Dauntless compound. Beatrice Prior - The main protagonist and narrator of the divergent series. She is a strong-willed 16-year-old girl, who transferred to Dauntless. Setting Presentation By: Kaylyn Dunn Themes Beatrice Prior lives in a society that is divided into five factions. Candor (The honest), Abnegation (The selfless), Dauntless (The brave), Amity (The Peaceful), Erudite (The Intelligent.) On a particular day of every year, all the sixteen- year- olds have to pick a faction where they live the rest of there lives. Beatrice's decision is either to stay with her parents or be herself. She makes the decision that shocks everyone including herself. Be the Person you want to be- The second theme is be who you want to be. This is a theme, because throughout the whole book Tris has to figure out who she really wants to be and how to express herself without letting her secret out. Divergent Choices- The first theme is choices, because the tagline for this book is, "One Choice can Transform You." In Divergent the choice of your faction is one of the most important choices a person can make. Born August 19, 1988 The setting in the book Divergent is portrayed as a futuristic Chicago, because of the transportation and tall buildings. First off, let me just say this was one of my favorite books. The book was so exciting throughout the whole plot. I found myself reading and never wanting to put the book down. One of the main reasons I loved the book was, because the main character, (Beatrice Prior) was supposed to be the weakest initiate, but in the end she was the strongest and bravest. This is why I recommend that everyone should definitely read Divergent. A prominent item in the book Divergent is the hyperbole " ... my heart will burst out of my chest any minute now." This example of figurative language is on page 38. One scene I found very interesting was when Beatrice was in a stimulation to test her bravery. In the stimulation Tris found herself stuck in a box that was filling up with water and she needed to find a way out. Since Tris is divergent the first thing she did was bang and tap on the glass causing the glass to break. After breaking the glass, Tobias figures out she is Divergent. Most Interesting Prominent Item Veronica Roth Recommendation
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