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Dreaming of becoming someone great is one thing but planning, executing and achieving what one dreamt is a completely different thing.

Every person has a dream but not all of them succeed in accomplishing what he dreams; only those with a strong commitment and passion towards what they dream achieve them.

Here are some examples of such great people who have paved a path for themselves and reached great heights walking in them without looking back.

Bill Gates

Fifteen years ago a young Harvard drop out made history through his expertise in computer software. Yes! It is none other than Bill Gates.

Born in an affluent family, Bill Gates showed excellence in his early school days itself and breezed through schooling to get a Bachelor’s degree in Harvard. It was here that he met his future business partner Steve Ballmer.

Being a part of the team that wrote Altair BASIC for Altair 8800 was the turning point for Bill Gates. He gained so much confidence in his programming skills that he dropped out of college and got in touch with MITS orMicro Instrumentation and Telemetry Systems.

He was just half way in his venture of developing a new version of programming BASIC for the microcomputer platform, but informed them that the work was complete and bargained for a huge price.

This is where luck played its role in Bill Gates life to make him the world’s richest person; he got a very high price and also completed programming the new version in a week’s time from the day he called.

Bill Gates success is a clear illustration that shows that self confidence when combined with hard work never fails.

Mark Zukerberg

Well, for people who sought inspiration from their own generation Bill Gates’ story might seem history. However, the success story of Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of this era’s most famous social network Facebook, would make all the difference.

This 26 year Harvard graduate who revolutionized social networking hails from an educated family. Mark showed interest towards computer programming from his childhood days especially in connecting people and gaming.

His passion towards socializing and bringing people into each other’s social circle grew and led to the bringing up of a protocol program that was similar to the present Facebook. It worked well with students in Harvard University.

Slowly the facebook as it was initially called became prominent among student community and with time grew to such a huge presence that it handles the complete advertising of Microsoft. Now the 26 year old computing geek is one of the most famous persons in the world.

These two are not the only people whom you could get inspiration from; there are hundreds of other people around the world who have arisen to Himalayan heights from ashes. These people do not have any new power or magical wand to bring their dreams to life; everything lies in hard work and dedication in what they do.

Every person has the capability to do what he wants but the right choice and passion is what makes successful people emerge victorious against all odds.

Some of the famous college dropout billionaires are as follows.

1. Bill Gates - Microsoft Founder - US

2. Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook Founder- US

3. Mukesh Ambani - Reliance Group - India

4. Lawrence Ellison - Oracle - US

5. Eike Batista – EBX Group - Brazil

6. Steve Jobs - Apple Inc –US

7. Michael Dell - Dell Inc - US

8. Marc Rich - Commodities Trader - US

9. Ty Warner - Ty Inc - US

10. Gautam Adani – Adani Group – India

Category: LATEST TECHNICAL IMPORTANT NEWS | Views: 1842 | Added by: kc | Date: 2011-07-23 | Comments (0)

Writing a Technical white paper is an art. You need to follow certain rules, maintain certain dos and don’ts when writing a Technical white paper for presentation.

Give a catchy title

Innovations are being made everyday, and thousands of Technical white papers are published. If you want your Technical white paper to be considered better than others, you have to make it appealing to the reviewers/judges.

Title, is something that lures prospective reviewers/judges into opening your white paper. Hence, it is imperative to give a suitable and eye catching title.

Make the title self explanatory, so the reader knows what to expect in the paper. Your title should also be effective, in separating your ideas from the rest.

Engage your Audience

Always remember; you are writing the Technical white paper for a certain audience. You, have to first know who these audiences are, and what they are expecting.

You have to engage all your readers equally, by making your white paper empathetic. Make a brief description of the problems faced and how it can be easily resolved using your ideas. Then, proceed to give the technical details.

You can also detail some parts of the technical aspects in points. This makes the Technical white paper look short, but complete. You would have all the readers read the white paper, till the end.

A Technical white paper, written in such a manner is successful in proving three points to the readers.

1. You understand the customers’ problems.

2. A good description of your technology.

3. Gives enough explanation, as to how your product is the best.

Content

Your content has to be short and brief. A brief, but targeted description would suffice and be read completely.

Organize your content neatly, making clear subdivisions and paragraphs so that one paragraph opens into the next.

You may follow the traditional formula to tell your readers what they are going to read and, explaining the product, and repeat what you have already explained.

Format

There are standard formats to write Technical white papers. You have to follow these to make your white paper more effective and readable by scholars and other academicians, who may have influence in the propagation.

Introduction – this has to be a concise and not more than one or two paragraph. You have to briefly explain about your product or technology. Remember, there are people who would just read the introduction to know about the entire contents.

The problem faced – Give an overview of the problem faced.

How your product solves it – explain what your product does to solve their problem.

Show off your product - give the technological explanations here.

Conclusion – briefly, repeat all that you have already explained.

Use Real Examples

Make your examples speak on their own, by presenting how companies and people can be benefited from your technology. Your product would sound more real and worthy, when projected in this manner.

Use Charts and Graphs

Break the monotony of your Technical white paper by including charts and graphs wherever necessary.

Writing a good Technical white paper is not an easy task, but can be learnt and excelled with practice. You need to have a deep understanding of the product and its technology so that you can convince the readers.

Category: LATEST TECHNICAL IMPORTANT NEWS | Views: 581 | Added by: kc | Date: 2011-07-23 | Comments (0)

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