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How I learned 4 Languages as an Adult

I grew up in a monolingual, English-speaking household, but I come from a long line of multilingual people. In an effort to assimilate, my family started speaking English the moment they set foot in the U.S. I grew up hearing nothing but English, and for the majority of my childhood, I didn’t give it a second thought.

Microsoft Inc banned Slack and Grammerly and discourage the use of AWS and Google Doc

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Microsoft has banned a huge percentage of their staff from using Slack and Grammarly . Slack is a cloud-based set of proprietary team collaboration software tools and online services. While Grammarly is writing and grammar-checking app that can monitor every keystroke, Grammarly proofreading resources check against more than 250 grammar rules. Both...

How to become a Bolt Driver and Start Making Money

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Bolt is the new name for the well-known Taxify in Nigeria which is the Uber-like business platform for ride-sharing in the sharing economy that is prominent and changing the road haulage business. Certain requirements are needed to be considered for you to become a driver on the platform. These Four (4 ) steps need to be...

How Elon Musk Learns Faster And Better Than Everyone Else

How is it even possible that Elon Musk could build four multibillion companies by his mid-40s — in four separate fields (software, energy, transportation, and aerospace)? To explain Musk’s success, others have pointed to his heroic work ethic (he regularly works 85-hour weeks), his ability to set reality-distorting visions for the future, and his...

Samson Siasia On Perumal Match-Fixing Scandal

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Samson Siasia, a former Nigeria Football Federation official who coached Nigeria at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, is the latest to be sanctioned by world football's governing body FIFA as part of a long-term investigation into known match-fixer Wilson Raj Perumal. He was banned because it was claimed that he...

BestcareJS Health and Social Care Startups in London

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Techconvos is glad for the oppotunity to introduce to the world another health and social care startup in London called BestCareJS. BestCareJS is aiming to become a reputable health and social care services provider in the United Kingdom. In the quest to achieve this, they provide temporary and permanent well-trained staffing solutions throughout London . Best Care...

How to renew expired Nigerian Passport In London

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First Step Paying for your Application Go to Passport renewal portalClick on "ePassport"Select your passport type: either Standard or Official ePassportSelect your processing country: United Kingdom and read the instructions carefully before starting applicationWhen you click on "Start Application" you are redirected to Innovate Services website, where you will be asked to log in with either "Facebook" "Google" "Yahoo" or...

Review of the Most Popular eSport in year 2018

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Esports is gradually becoming viral games and in year 2018 the increase in most favorite of the game with the different kind and type cannot be overemphasis. With the increasingly diverse amount of titles releasing with the ntention of produce more competitive scene many adults are now taking it seriously than before. According to SuperData reports Esports...

Review of Google Trending List for Nigeria 2018

As the year is going to an end we at techconvos.com decide to debate and talk about the Google trending list on event, music, and people in Nigeria in the year 2018 and I believe you will be surprised as we are about this. This also stands as an opener to an individual, business and government to know where...

Samsung Fakes Photo Tests By Using a Stock DSLR Image

The Malaysian Samsung's arm needs to do some explaining. In an effort to show off the Galaxy A8 Star’s amazing photo retouching capabilities, the company used a cleverly-shot portrait, modified it, and then ostensibly passed it off as one taken by the A8. The trouble began when Serbian photographer Dunja Djudjic noticed someone had bought one of her photos from a service called...