I am a listener, analytical/logical thinker, technology generalist, problem solver and the doer with heads in the clouds and feet on the ground.
I would LOVE, LOVE to walk with the dreamers, the believers, the courageous, the cheerful, the doers, the problem solvers and the listeners who are open minded for changes, and believe in “We are in it together, let’s go!”.
If you are one of them, let’s connect – https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahchun/.
I think they are very similar, here is why…!
Let me know what you think.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted something with my techie hat on, so I decided to share couple diagrams I’ve made while back to explain how SAML works.
I am not going to do a whole lecture on what SAML is on this post but here is a brief explanation for those who may not know what it is and are wondering. 🙂
What is SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language)?
- It’s an XML-based, open-standard data format for exchanging authentication and authorization data between parties, in particular, between an identity provider and a service provider.
- Wikipedia: SAML
Presentation I’ve used when I spoke at Ryerson University today on Agile project management: Scrum. Check it out!
On my subway ride to work, I sometimes think about how ideal “me” at work would behave. This morning, I decided to write my thoughts down as I was listening to new songs that I downloaded on my iPod. Here is my rule of thumb that I try following to become a better “me” at work. I think it would be awesome too if everyone at work try to follow these rules… Just a thought. ^^*;
Observe and listen,
Investigate and analyze,
Engage and document,
Ask and clarify.
Think logically and creatively,
Collaborate and formulate solutions that make sense,
Make decisions based on facts, but also
Believe in intuition and experiences.
Work with the team with confidence, patience and trust,
Give credit where credit is due,
Argue with constructive reasonings,
Look for improvements and opportunities,
…And ultimately be responsible, humble and honest.
A writer, photographer, videographer Douglas Wray posted this donut analogy on his Instagram account. Follow him at https://twitter.com/DouglasWRay.
I recently had to create a simple html page with the following:
- Table with 4 columns
- Header row
- When user mouse-over a cell, entire row is highlighted – rollover effect
- Row is click-able, take user to another page