Les bons outils pour un travail en binôme réussi [projet de fin d'études]

Comme certains d'entre-vous le savent, je travaille en ce moment sur mon projet de fin d'études, de Licence en l'occurrence. Et en quelques semaines de travail avec mon binôme, des automatismes de travail à deux commencent à se mettre en place, aidés par l'utilisation de quelques outils et services en-ligne qui permettent une meilleure synchronisation. Il m'a semblé utile de les partager ici, car si ceux-ci paraissent triviaux pour certains, ils le sont beaucoup moins pour d'autres. Bref, venons-en à ces fameux outils.

Synchronised swimming
Soyez synchro !

9 tips to start conversations at international conferences

One challenge I often come across when attending conferences is how to start a conversation with attendees. After all, the goal number one of nearly any conference is to network and meet people, and this may not seem obvious for everyone. 

This is something I really struggled with at first, being the shy person I am. But I made a promise to get better. And here I just came back from Mozilla Camp Europe 2012, and I am glad to say I have improved significantly in my ability to go meet and discuss with people there. And it's not only because mozillians are awesome, I have used some simple techniques or tips to succeed in the excercise. I thought it was worth sharing.

MozCamp EU 2012 - Warsaw

"Be a good finisher"

If there's one thing that I learned during the last few years, is that what makes the difference between people who succeed, and those who don't often comes down to one simple thing: "being a good finisher".
What I mean by that is: most of the time, it's easy to start, get excited about a project, get some early support from friends (who think it's "awesome!"), then burn that motivation you had in a very short period and the project is already forgotten or dropped.
Just think of the Startup Weekend winners in Algeria, how many of them became real startups (put aside law obstacles that are part of the adventure)? I don't know many.

But the interesting part is that this does not only apply to big projects but to the very basic and small little actions one does. Guess how many articles I have on the draft folder of blogger, sitting there, unfinished? Too many. How many times did you start any new activity but gave up hours/days/weeks later?

Hit the finish line!

What a year!

Aujourd'hui, je viens partager avec vous mon bilan de 2011, qui restera sans doute la plus belle année de ma vie :) C'est quelque chose d'assez personnel et je ne sais pas s'il est vraiment utile de le partager ici, mais comme les succès de 2011 je les ai vécu avec la communauté, je crois que je me dois de les partager.

Les moments forts de 2012 pour moi, par ordre chronologique :

- Mon premier passage à la radio pour parler d'eduDz. Que dire, ceux qui m'ont écouté pourront vous témoigner de mon trac, ce fut un gros challenge mais j'y suis arrivé. Je suis depuis passée 2 fois de plus sur la chaine 3 mais aussi sur la radio locale de Constantine (et sans trop de dégâts !)... Comme quoi, on apprend en s'exerçant.


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