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merely used on some forums and websites.
My humble collection of poetry,
actually it's about love.
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Basically the PBL focuses on active student learning in which we learn about a subject through the experience of problem solving. Students learn both thinking strategies and domain knowledge.The goals of PBL are to help us develop flexible knowledge, effective problem solving skills, self-directed learning, effective collaboration skills and intrinsic motivation.From a problem or a real situation made in practice — we call it PROSIT, the student must use the knowledge he has learned previously, then the PROSIT is used to support the learning of a new material.A major strength of the PBL system is to allow adaptation to a rapidly changing business reality. This adaptation requires communication skills, teamwork, critical thinking, logical and analytical approach to decision-making and self-evaluation.The PBL system is a progressive development of autonomy, we play an active role in our learning.
Well you may guess I've learn some markup and style sheet languages like
CSS but I also learn a few programming ones like
JS (oh gosh!) and even a not-so-well-known language named
Java.But in my opinion frameworks are so much exciting :
.NET (including Entity Framework and WCF) or
Java EE (including Hibernate) and
JQuery.Concerning the operating systems I both used GNU/Linux and Microsoft Windows, and even BSD.I manage databases like Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, and Web servers like Apache, Nginx, to provide theses datas. But what I do have are a very particular set of skills, skills I have acquired over a not yet very long career. Skills that make me do LaTeX, NSIS, XSLT, Maven, Ant, Hudson, Sonar and, in my lazy days, Crystal Reports.
I gain experience during my 18-months-along training periodes in some renowned software and computing services companies like GFI, AtoS and Worldline. Moreover I participate as developer in a few opensource projects and I was a volunteer server administrator.