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Healthy Eating Game Piece set available for Reach your goal SnL

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The set is available from https://github.com/chribonn/Reach-your-goal-SnL/blob/master/_Support/Game_Piece%20(Healty%20Eating).zip



In order to install the Healthy Eating Game Piece set for Reach you goal SnL you need to: 

Have Reach your goal SnL installed 2. Extract the contents of this archive to %PROGRAMDATA%\Reach your goal SnL\Game_Piece. You can delete the default Game Pieces if you wish. 


 Program Source Code: https://github.com/chribonn/Reach-your-goal-SnL 

Executable: https://download.cnet.com/Reach-Your-Goal-SnL/3000-18516_4-78156440.html

► Play all CloudBerry Remote Assistant Series

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003 - CloudBerry Remote Assistant - Using the full product

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One code To rule E’m all (1C2R3A)

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A person, on average, interacts with 89 different websites per month and has to memorise an average of 191 passwords.  Different design paradigms used by the 1.9 billion websites means that there is no pattern on how tough their password requirements are and how securely they store and safeguard user credentials.  A typical person interacts with the internet through about 4 different devices. Some sites implement different technologies for different devices thereby complicating things in a bad way. Besides surfing activities, people are starting to connect electronic devices to the net. Each IoT (Internet of Things) device has its own credentials to log into its interface and may have addition credentials that allow it to call home. This further contributes to the list of usernames-passwords that need to be managed.

It is humanly impossible to satisfy the good practice security essentials in today’s online digital world. And the real-world cases seem to support this; the 10 most common…

CloudBerry Remote Assistant - Using Quick Support Tutorial

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40C temperature endurance 92 Km cycling

CloudBerry Remote Assistant Primer

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Reach your goal SnL (The game that helps you drive change)

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Reach your goal SnL is a multi-player game between a group of people supporting each other in
overcoming or encourage a behaviour.

Reach your goal SnL can help people wishing to quit smoking, exercise more, learn a new skill, lose weight. Within an organisation, Reach your goal SnL can help work colleagues bring behavioural changes to their teams. It can be used to encourage shorter and more focused meetings, supporting one another more and making deadlines in team settings.
The games master is the person who’s in charge of the game. The first time the game is played, the games master setup the game. The second time onward, the games master will load an existing game.
Periodically (daily / weekly) the behaviour of each member is analysed by the team and each member gives a score between 0 and 10. The team either average the score or have a discussion to agree on a score (lookup agile estimation techniques).
The score for each player becomes the Dice rolls. Higher scores allow participant…

Dummy File Generator (DFG) Documentation and Case Example

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Dummy File Generator (DFG) Documentation and Case Example Preamble This solution is published under the GNU General Public License v2.0 as at 20190326.
Dummy File Generator v2 Dummy File Generator (DFG) is a program that allows you to replicate a directory structure containing sensitive files but replacing the sensitive files with dummy files of your choice.

The purpose of DFG is to cater for those situations in which you are working with a vendor or on a development team (pre-production) and prefer to (or have a requirement to) have dummy files being handed over rather than sensitive files.
You may be prohibited from providing actual files because the files contain sensitive data such as GDPR, or top-secret documents. Experimenting with (or distributing) actual files may be illegal or against organizational policy. Pen drives have been forgotten on trains!!!!
With DFG you can provide third parties with an exact replica of the sensitive directory (respecting file names, etc) but…