The term Unsubscribe is often used when one wants to cancel a service like receiving emails, offers or newsletters by removing his name from the mailing list that he had previously subscribed to. [Tweet this!] Related posts: 8 ways to reduce user unsubcription complaints Why a contact might still be receiving emails even after unsubscription? How to… Continue reading Term of the week : Unsubscribe
People outside of project management think that, all a project manager does is write emails, conducts meetings and that’s it. But, the role of a project manager is really not what it looks like from the outside. He has many challenges to face on a daily basis. Some of the challenges or obstacles need to… Continue reading Challenges faced while managing a team
In one of my posts, we talked about reasons why a user could be still receiving emails even though he has opted out or has unsubscribed from it. These reasons can help you investigate and debug the issue, if you are caught in one. Facing these situations once in a while is fine. But if… Continue reading 8 ways to reduce user unsubcription complaints
In post that explains the HDFS architecture, we saw that HDFS namespace is stored and maintained by NameNode. What is HDFS Namespace? Namespace is a hierarchy of directories, files and blocks in HDFS. It supports file system operations such as creation, modification, deletion and listing of files and directories. One of the important features of HDFS is… Continue reading HDFS: Filesystem Metadata and how it persists
A bounced email means that the email was never delivered to the recipient. Does it happen? Yes! Does it happen often? Yes, can happen often! Why does it happen? Well, let’s see the reasons- 1. Recipient mailbox is full or has exceeded his quota- An email will bounce until there is space for it in the… Continue reading 7 Reasons why your email may have bounced
Scrum is a framework to implement agile methodology for product development. Scrum projects develop the product in iterations. These iterations are fixed-length and are called Sprints. The sprint could last a week, or two weeks or even a month. This can be decided by studying the nature of the project. Every sprint has an end that is called… Continue reading Term of the Week : Scrum
My experience with attending meetings has always been dreadful in the past. I have either caught myself sleeping with my eyes open or constantly checking my watch as if the time has paused. I have come out of meetings thinking why was this meeting called in the first place and did anyone really pay attention. There… Continue reading Are your meetings effective? Really?