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Array of dictionaries – Python datastructure

The internet is littered with simple examples of dictonary object examples in Python. Interestingly, they are all the same copy/pasted code with the same old tired examples and bad coding styles 😂. What we need is examples of more complex, real-world data structures that are more practical. In this blog, I share some valuable techniques […]

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Eiesenhower Matrix in Excel (Quadrant Matrix)

Former US President Eisenhower is known to have said: “What is important is seldom urgent and what is urgent is seldom important.” This is reflected in a popular quadrant design, often referred to as “The Eisenhower Matrix”, used to effectively prioritize tasks according to their urgency and importance. This can be expressed in a quadrant matrix (image) […]

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HOW TO CREATE AN ORGANIZATIONAL CHART FROM EXCEL DATA

If you’ve worked with Visio or PowerPoint, you may have used their built-in organizational charts…and manually enter the information for each node. But what if you have the data already as a table, as in a CSV or Excel file? You can use that data and create an organizaitonal chart right within Excel. However, you’ll […]

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