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Neural networks and deep learning

Coursera training, MOOC (2018). Given online by Stanford University (US), this training introduces the foundations of deep learning. Main objectives are to understand the major technology trends driving deep learning, be able to build, train, apply and implement fully connected deep neural networks, and understand their key parameters. The training aims to teach how deep learning actually works, rather than presenting only a surface-level description. Learn more


Project planning and management

Project planning and managementCoursera training, MOOC (2017). Given online by the University of Virginia (US), this training introduces the key concepts of planning, executing and managing various types of projects. Every organization runs projects, formally or informally. Project management provides organizations and individuals with the language and methodologies for scoping projects, identifying dependencies, sequencing activities, utilizing resources and minimizing risks. Learn more


Requirements engineering

Requirements engineering

Coralius training, Belgium (2016). This classroom training is intended to get acquainted with the requirements engineering process as supported by the International Requirements Engineering Board (IREB). Main objectives are to apply learnings and principles to the requirement gathering and analysis (RGA) phase, recognize risks and address them appropriately, as well as gather, analyze, specify, validate and document requirements in a correct and structured fashion. Learn more


Introduction to Scrum

Introduction to ScrumiLean training, Belgium (2015). This classroom training introduces Scrum, which is an iterative and incremental software development methodology used for product development. This training, which combines theoretical concepts, practical exercises, games, discussions and real-life examples, explains how Scrum maximises product value, while minimizing software development-related risks, by iteratively delivering small increments to allow fast feedback. Learn more