• Audiocodes MP112 Gateway Setup | VoIP Supply

    Join Senior VoIP Engineer Marc Spehalski as he uses the AudioCodes MP112 FXS Gateway to make an analog phone ring with the RenegadePBX. http://www.voipsupply.com/audiocodes-mp-112-fxs Hi, I’m Marc Spehalski, Senior VoIP Engineer at VoIP Supply. Today, we are going to take a look at the AudioCodes MP112 FXS Gateway and we are going to be doing a basic configuration using an analog phone, and communicating with the RenegadePBX. First, lets take a look at what’s in the back. We have our power port, Ethernet port, two FXS ports for analog devices, and a reset button, for setting to factory defaults. Next, we will plug in the MP112 FSX Gateway to the power on our network so we can get started. Also, plug in the analog device you’re going to use. I’m using this analog telephone. Our...

    published: 15 Dec 2015
  • SipVicious, Asterisk, Vulnerado, SIP

    El video consiste en el metodo para testiar una planta que provea servicios de Voz sobre IP, buscando usuarios, y posibles contraseñas para poder registrase. Recomiendo que visiten mi blog: http://sdrlatino.wordpress.com/ http://descsecurity.wordpress.com/ y el grupo de Investigacion en VoIP: http://busy-tone.org/

    published: 03 Jan 2013
  • Sensitive Buster v1.0 - r00tw0rm Coders

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  • Plover: Thought to Text at 240 WPM

    Mirabai Knight Stenographic technology has been locked down to expensive, proprietary hardware and software for decades, depriving the world of the most efficient text entry system devised to date. Plover, a free, cross-platform steno engine that wor

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  • Learn this FIRST! The BEST Computer Programming & Coding Language || 2016 & 2017

    For more great content visit my blog: http://www.blog.breakthru.solutions LEAR JAVASCRIPT PLAYLIST: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRcnnTsvnkLN0VUFnWMfxhW-20pWBT4cJ In this introduction to programming I teach you how to code using fundamentals. I go over the best programming language for beginners. If you're looking for a guide on how to start computer programming or how to start learning computer programming this is the best guide. Learning to code where to start? This guide will teach computer programming for dummies and coding for dummies. Learn to become a good computer programmer. I see lots of posts on reddit and quora asking "What programming language should I learn first?" "What's the best programming language for jobs? What's the best programming language for web ...

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  • Conqueror of Codes, Maninderpal Singh- Winner Code Gladiators 2014

    Optimizations are crucial for any coding competition, says Maninderpal Singh, the Conqueror of Codes, Drishti Soft Here’s a byte from this coding champ

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  • 2016 NHSN - SSI Surveillance and Case Studies

    Janet Brooks presents at the annual 2016 NHSN training. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at http://www.cdc.gov/nhsn/Training/2016Training/lowres/Ssi-Surveillance-Casestudies-1.mp4

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  • Section G, Functional status

    Section G focuses on coding clarifications and new scenarios to help bring key points to life. Please note that recent manual revisions DO NOT change how items are coded in Section G; however, they do provide additional clarification and guidance as to how assessors are to code Item G0110 and how to apply the ADL Self-Performance coding level definitions and the Rule of 3 We accept comments in the spirit of our comment policy: http://newmedia.hhs.gov/standards/comment_policy.html As well, please view the HHS Privacy Policy: http://www.hhs.gov/Privacy.html

    published: 20 Mar 2014
  • Review of X EPSU Modifiers | Modifier 59 Alternatives

    Review of X EPSU Modifiers | Modifier 59 Alternatives http://www.cco.us/product/introduction-cpt-coding-surgery-guidelines-hcpcs-modifiers-ceu-credits-online-course/ Q: [Review of X (EPSU) Modifiers (modifier 59 alternatives)] - “Can you review the X modifiers implemented January 1, 2015?” A: Honestly, there really hasn’t been that much of a change. In fact, CMS Medicare hasn’t given us much feedback or examples that consultants and coders have been looking for. But these new modifiers, XE, XP, XS and XU were created to define subsets of modifier 59 which describes Distinct Procedural Services. That just basically means that Medicare had overpaid 40% of claims because of misuse of modifier 59 so they created these very explicit X codes. But I have a feeling that ICD-10 implementation too...

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  • Alexis Ohanian: "Without Their Permission" | Talks at Google

    "In WITHOUT THEIR PERMISSION, Alexis Ohanian shows you how to share your great ideas with an unlimited world online. Ohanian charts a course for you to build a business, or create a following, or just expand your world and those of people you haven't even met. What you'll lean from Ohanian isn't taught in any school or in any modern curricula. It is the knowledge of the future-to create a better world." - Soledad O'Brien, Journalist, CEO, Starfish Media Group "Alexis talking about the internet is like Sid Vicious talking about punk. Analysts merely adopted it, but Ohanian was born in it, molded by it, and is the voice of it. A fascinating story, but more importantly: a crucial insight into the healthy proactive mindset of the tech startup world that will keep defining the future." - Derek...

    published: 25 Oct 2013
  • ICD 9 Coding Tutorial — Neoplasm Coding

    ICD 9 Coding Tutorial — Neoplasm Coding http://www.cco.us/ceu-intro-icd-9-cm-coding-class-yt Let's get into come content. One of our students have asked to review neoplasm coding from the ICD 9 manual. so what this is... it does like someone chewed the corner, that's my kids. They... I was working on this page and they came over. "Can I help you color?" But in any rate, if you have your ICD 9 book handy, this is in the index if you go to the Ns for Neoplasm. The first thing you want to remember about cancer coding or neoplasm coding is the fact that really, you should not start with the neoplasm table. And this was kind of new for me. I had actually been teaching a couple of years before I actually realized that you should look for the main term in the document that you're coding like m...

    published: 31 Dec 2012
  • Voice coding

    Actual coding starts at 1:20 A short demonstration of my voice coding project. This is still in the early stages and I'm trying out a lot of different design ideas (most of them conflicting with each other), so it is all pretty rough around the edges. Many of the voice commands I use here were defined today or yesterday, so I also have the additional overhead of not really knowing any of the commands by heart. This is all heavily inspired by Tavis Rudd's video "Using Python to Code by Voice", which can be found here: https://youtu.be/8SkdfdXWYaI I'm sorry about the poor audio quality, the microphone I'm using for the voice recognition needs to have very low gain (would be almost inaudible on youtube), so what you are hearing is a whole 7 dollars worth of crap.

    published: 15 Jan 2017
  • How to Sell Your Cybersecurity Product to Large Companies

    This seminar will teach cybersecurity growth stage companies how to best pitch their cyber products and services to larger companies. The sales cycle of large companies requires persistence that understands the team approach many companies take to purchasing cyber products and services. Topics will include refining your sales deck, understanding customer's needs, the decision-making process and finalizing a contract.

    published: 18 Aug 2016
  • boom beach hack 2017

    Boom Beach Diamond Hack - Boom Beach Hack 2017 (Android&iOS) you can go to the site below http://boombeachhack.ml/ In this video, I demonstrate on how to generate up to 990k diamonds in Boom Beach. One of the best parts about this Boom Beach Diamond Hack, is that every device is supported, including Android and IOS. This Boom Beach hack tool has been created by an extremely experienced team of coders. Dominate and conquer Boom Beach without ever having to spend your precious time on diamonds ever again. I hope that you have enjoyed this Boom Beach hack tutorial, and I am looking forward to bringing you more glitches, exploits, and cheats in the future videos. Comment, like, and subscribe for more videos!. http://boombeachhack.ml/

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  • Could JavaScript Take Over the Programming World? - Breaking Analysis

    At Google I/O's developer conference last week, the search giant gave away the most expensive machine built around a browser, ever, the Chromebook Pixel. This was obviously a big gesture to the marketplace about what Google sees as the dominant development environment of the future: HTML5 and Javascript. But, will JavaScript take over the programming world? Here to help us tackle that is Simon St. Laurent, Senior Editor of O'Reilly Media, Inc. Last week, Google gave all attendees of their popular developer conference the $1,449 Chromebook Pixel, which SiliconANGLE contributor Anton Wahlman called the Mazaratti of Chromebooks. Still, this is a device which is entirely built around a browser. So Simon, What does that indicate for the future of HTML5? There was a lot of demonstrations on t...

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  • Detect SIP Errors with Wireshark

    Create a filter expression button based on the sip.Status-Code field to quickly locate SIP errors in your trace files. This video is also included on the Laura's Lab Kit v11 which is available at www.riverbed.com/wireshark-virtual-tour.

    published: 27 Feb 2014
Audiocodes MP112 Gateway Setup | VoIP Supply

Audiocodes MP112 Gateway Setup | VoIP Supply

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Join Senior VoIP Engineer Marc Spehalski as he uses the AudioCodes MP112 FXS Gateway to make an analog phone ring with the RenegadePBX. http://www.voipsupply.com/audiocodes-mp-112-fxs Hi, I’m Marc Spehalski, Senior VoIP Engineer at VoIP Supply. Today, we are going to take a look at the AudioCodes MP112 FXS Gateway and we are going to be doing a basic configuration using an analog phone, and communicating with the RenegadePBX. First, lets take a look at what’s in the back. We have our power port, Ethernet port, two FXS ports for analog devices, and a reset button, for setting to factory defaults. Next, we will plug in the MP112 FSX Gateway to the power on our network so we can get started. Also, plug in the analog device you’re going to use. I’m using this analog telephone. Our objective, the AudioCodes MP112 FXS gateway, is to simply plug in an analog phone, into one of the FXS ports and have it communicate with our RenegadePBX. To start, we will log in with default credentials, which are admin for username, and admin for password, both using a capital A. I’ve already changed the IP address to one that will work on my network. By default, it will be 10 dot 1 dot 10 dot 10. This can be changed, by going to “VoIP”, “Network”, “IP Interfaces Table”, and entering it under “IP Address.” For the next step, go to “Coders and Profiles”, “Coders”. For this example, we use G 711 A, Packetization Time 20, Rate 64, click “Submit.” Next, go to “SIP Definitions”, click “Proxy and Registration.” You want to click “Yes” for “Use Default Proxy”, click the arrow for “Proxy Set Table.” Enter in your PBX information. We’ll be using UDP for this example. Click “Submit.” Make sure “Always Use Proxy” is enabled, as well as, “Enable Registration.” We’ll enter some information for our PBX. Make sure “Subscription Mode” is “Per Endpoint” and “Registration Mode” is also by “Per Endpoint.” Click “Submit.” Now, click on “Gateway” in “IP to IP”, click on “Hunt Group”, and “Endpoint Phone number.” We’ll use channel 1 and extension 2003, which is already programed in our RenegadePBX. Click “Submit.” Next, go to “Analog Gateway”, and “Authentication.” We will use FXS port one, extension 2003, and I’ll enter the predefined password. Last, we’ll click “Routing”, “Telephone to IP Routing”, enter the IP address if your PBX. Our RenegadePBX, is ten dot ten dot ten dot seven three. Use port fifty sixty for SIP, set “Transport Type” to “UDP.” Click “Submit.” If your AudioCodes Gateway has not yet registered the PBX, you can click on “Endpoint Phone Number”, and click the button that says, “Register.” You can then check the status by clicking on “Status and Diagnostics”, “Registration Status.” We can see that FXS Port one is now registered to the PBX. To make sure everything is working, we’ll place a test call from our IP phone, to our analog, and then from our analog to our IP phone. So first, IP to analog. I’ll dial 2003. Now for the analog I’ll dial 2002. It looks like they both work. Finally our last step to make sure everything is saved. Click on the “Burn” button in the Gateway. So we’ve set up our AudioCodes MP112 FXS Gateway to use an analog phone, with the RenegadePBX. For any other questions regarding the MP112, you can call us at 800-398-VoIP, or go to VoIP Supply dot com. Once again, I’m Marc Spehalski, Senior VoIP Engineer at VoIP Supply. Thanks for watching.
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SipVicious, Asterisk, Vulnerado, SIP

SipVicious, Asterisk, Vulnerado, SIP

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El video consiste en el metodo para testiar una planta que provea servicios de Voz sobre IP, buscando usuarios, y posibles contraseñas para poder registrase. Recomiendo que visiten mi blog: http://sdrlatino.wordpress.com/ http://descsecurity.wordpress.com/ y el grupo de Investigacion en VoIP: http://busy-tone.org/
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Sensitive Buster v1.0 - r00tw0rm Coders

Sensitive Buster v1.0 - r00tw0rm Coders

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Plover: Thought to Text at 240 WPM

Plover: Thought to Text at 240 WPM

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Mirabai Knight Stenographic technology has been locked down to expensive, proprietary hardware and software for decades, depriving the world of the most efficient text entry system devised to date. Plover, a free, cross-platform steno engine that wor
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Learn this FIRST! The BEST Computer Programming & Coding Language || 2016 & 2017

Learn this FIRST! The BEST Computer Programming & Coding Language || 2016 & 2017

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For more great content visit my blog: http://www.blog.breakthru.solutions LEAR JAVASCRIPT PLAYLIST: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRcnnTsvnkLN0VUFnWMfxhW-20pWBT4cJ In this introduction to programming I teach you how to code using fundamentals. I go over the best programming language for beginners. If you're looking for a guide on how to start computer programming or how to start learning computer programming this is the best guide. Learning to code where to start? This guide will teach computer programming for dummies and coding for dummies. Learn to become a good computer programmer. I see lots of posts on reddit and quora asking "What programming language should I learn first?" "What's the best programming language for jobs? What's the best programming language for web development?" "What's the best programming language for video games?" In this video I'll teach you the best programming language to learn first, the top language of 2016 & 2017, the latest programming languages in 2016 & 2017. In this video I'm going to teach you the best programming language for beginners. But first i'm going to tell you a secret that no other programming tutorial can show you or will show you. You ready? I'm about to drop a bomb on you. There is no best language! Regardless of what anyone tells you you don't have to start with any specific language, whether they're telling you it's java or c# or JavaScript or whatever...it's better to just learn a language that does what you want it to do. However at the end of this video I'm gonna tell you which language you should learn first at least, that I think you should learn first. It's very easy to use and get you set up quickly. In this video I'm going to teach you the fundamentals of all programming languages so that you can choose any language and get started very quickly. . Programming languages use math! Surprise, surprise! Computers use math to make decisions. All computers are just giant calculators that can make decisions using numbers. Now despite what every college syllabus will tell you you don't need calculus to be a computer programmer i think most colleges require calculus two or three but in reality most of the time you're going to be using basic algebra and basic math 90 percent of the problems you are going to solve using a programming language use ad represented by the plus sign subtract using the minus sign and multiply using the asterisk divided using a /, and modulo which is the percentage sign most of the time you won't use modulo except in programming interviews where you'll use it every single time to solve these buds but that's a topic for a different video programming languages using variables if you remember algebra then variables are pretty simple you know x equals or y equals in programming we don't necessarily only use variables to stall to store numbers they just stored data you can think of a variable like a nickname like Bob stands for Robert so variables just stand for something else we use them to store information and logic most of the time logic that way we don't have to rewrite the same set of instructions to do simple common tasks over and over we create a variable that has the logic and then we use that logic just using the variable name just like variables arrays and hashes store information you can think of array like a bucket and a hash like a shelf arrays are like buckets and they're represented by brackets the brackets are just a symbol and most languages that mean this thing is an array and erase store a bunch of one object or a bunch of different objects just like a bucket you can just reach in and grab any of them at any time and you can go through the entire bucket hashes are like shelves are very organized use a hash when you want to find something and put it in a specific place patches are represented by the curly brackets and each item in a hash usually has a name or a key and then that Key has a value so the name would be the label on the shelf and the that is the key data or objects that are actually stored on that shelf for the value to go through raising hashes we most of the time use loops loops just let us do something a bunch of times it would be really really tedious to write out every single line of code one by one since computers need exact instructions you don't want to have to keep rewriting things so a loop will allow you to go through and do something multiple times for loops are very common and they allow you to do so something a certain number of times so if you wanted to go through an array or a bucket and grab about three males or different items from that array you would use a for loop and do it every time alternatively while loops keep going until they meet a goal and the way they meet that goal is through a conditional conditionals are questions for a computer that is how you computer...
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Conqueror of Codes, Maninderpal Singh- Winner Code Gladiators 2014

Conqueror of Codes, Maninderpal Singh- Winner Code Gladiators 2014

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Optimizations are crucial for any coding competition, says Maninderpal Singh, the Conqueror of Codes, Drishti Soft Here’s a byte from this coding champ
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2016 NHSN - SSI Surveillance and Case Studies

2016 NHSN - SSI Surveillance and Case Studies

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Janet Brooks presents at the annual 2016 NHSN training. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at http://www.cdc.gov/nhsn/Training/2016Training/lowres/Ssi-Surveillance-Casestudies-1.mp4
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Section G, Functional status

Section G, Functional status

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Section G focuses on coding clarifications and new scenarios to help bring key points to life. Please note that recent manual revisions DO NOT change how items are coded in Section G; however, they do provide additional clarification and guidance as to how assessors are to code Item G0110 and how to apply the ADL Self-Performance coding level definitions and the Rule of 3 We accept comments in the spirit of our comment policy: http://newmedia.hhs.gov/standards/comment_policy.html As well, please view the HHS Privacy Policy: http://www.hhs.gov/Privacy.html
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Review of X EPSU Modifiers | Modifier 59 Alternatives

Review of X EPSU Modifiers | Modifier 59 Alternatives

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Review of X EPSU Modifiers | Modifier 59 Alternatives http://www.cco.us/product/introduction-cpt-coding-surgery-guidelines-hcpcs-modifiers-ceu-credits-online-course/ Q: [Review of X (EPSU) Modifiers (modifier 59 alternatives)] - “Can you review the X modifiers implemented January 1, 2015?” A: Honestly, there really hasn’t been that much of a change. In fact, CMS Medicare hasn’t given us much feedback or examples that consultants and coders have been looking for. But these new modifiers, XE, XP, XS and XU were created to define subsets of modifier 59 which describes Distinct Procedural Services. That just basically means that Medicare had overpaid 40% of claims because of misuse of modifier 59 so they created these very explicit X codes. But I have a feeling that ICD-10 implementation took more of their time and this has been put on the back burner because we really don’t have that much more and they haven’t even come forward with examples to help clarify things. XE – modifier is Separate Encounter for a Service That’s Distinct because it occurred during a Separate Encounter on the same day. XS – Separate Structure, also a Distinct service because it was performed on a Separate Organ/Structure. XP – Separate Practitioner and that represents a Service that is Distinct because it was Performed by a Different Practitioner. XU – Unusual Non-Overlapping Service is the Use of a Service that is Distinct because it does Not Overlap Usual Components little bit ambiguous to me. Any of these codes whether it’s -59 of the X modifiers documentation must support a different session, surgery or procedure, different sites or organ systems, or any encounters not ordinarily performed on the same day. READ MORE HERE: http://www.cco.us/review-of-x-modifiers-epsu-modifier-59-alternatives/ https://youtu.be/JpqMgzU_0Tc ---------------------------------------- CLICK HERE: X EPSU Modifiers http://www.cco.us/product/introduction-cpt-coding-surgery-guidelines-hcpcs-modifiers-ceu-credits-online-course/ ---------------------------------------- More Information about x epsu modifiers [PDF]MLN Matters® MM8863 - Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services https://www.cms.gov/.../MM... Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services May 26, 2015 - Specific Modifiers for Distinct Procedural Services ... (referred to collectively as -X{EPSU} modifiers) to define specific subsets of the -59. [PDF]Modifiers XE, XS, XP, XU, and 59 - Distinct Procedural ... - Moda Health https://www.modahealth.com/pdfs/reimburse/RPM027.pdf Nov 11, 2015 - The -X{EPSU} modifiers are more selective versions of the -59 modifier. (CMS 4,5). Modifier XE Separate Encounter, A Service That Is Distinct ... CMS Introduces Four New Modifiers in Lieu of Modifier 59 - AAPC Blog https://www.aapc.com/.../28014-cms-introduces-four-new-modifiers-in-li... Aug 26, 2014 - CMS … may selectively require a more specific – X{EPSU} modifier for billing certain codes at high risk for incorrect billing. For example, a ... -------------------------------- CLICK HERE: http://www.cco.us/product/introduction-cpt-coding-surgery-guidelines-hcpcs-modifiers-ceu-credits-online-course/ ---------------------------------------- People who watched this video: https://youtu.be/JpqMgzU_0Tc Also searched online for: Searches related to X EPSU Modifiers xs modifier examples modifier xe fact sheet medicare billing modifiers x modifiers 2016 xs modifier definition cpt modifiers list 2015 xe modifier definition distinct procedural service meaning ------------------------------------------- FOR MORE DETAILS: http://www.cco.us/product/introduction-cpt-coding-surgery-guidelines-hcpcs-modifiers-ceu-credits-online-course/ ------------------------------------------- CONNECT WITH US: http://www.facebook.com/cco.us http://www.youtube.com/medicalcodingcert http://www.youtube.com/codingcertification https://www.pinterest.com/codingcertorg/ https://plus.google.com/+CodingcertificationOrg https://www.linkedin.com/company/codingcertification-org ------------------------------------------ Don't forget to check out our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/MedicalCodingCert -------------------------------------------- #xsmodifierexamples #modifierxefactsheet #medicarebillingmodifiers #xmodifiers2016 #xsmodifierdefinition #cptmodifierslist2015 #xemodifierdefinition #distinctproceduralservicemeaning -------------------------------------------- VISIT OUR SITE: http://www.cco.us/cco-yt
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Alexis Ohanian: "Without Their Permission" | Talks at Google

Alexis Ohanian: "Without Their Permission" | Talks at Google

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"In WITHOUT THEIR PERMISSION, Alexis Ohanian shows you how to share your great ideas with an unlimited world online. Ohanian charts a course for you to build a business, or create a following, or just expand your world and those of people you haven't even met. What you'll lean from Ohanian isn't taught in any school or in any modern curricula. It is the knowledge of the future-to create a better world." - Soledad O'Brien, Journalist, CEO, Starfish Media Group "Alexis talking about the internet is like Sid Vicious talking about punk. Analysts merely adopted it, but Ohanian was born in it, molded by it, and is the voice of it. A fascinating story, but more importantly: a crucial insight into the healthy proactive mindset of the tech startup world that will keep defining the future." - Derek Sivers, founder of CD Baby, author of Anything You Want About the Author: In addition to starting Reddit.com, Alexis Ohanian has also been instrumental in other successful online ventures, including HipMunk and BreadPig. He lives in Brooklyn but remains a diehard fan of the Washington Redskins.
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ICD 9 Coding Tutorial — Neoplasm Coding

ICD 9 Coding Tutorial — Neoplasm Coding

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ICD 9 Coding Tutorial — Neoplasm Coding http://www.cco.us/ceu-intro-icd-9-cm-coding-class-yt Let's get into come content. One of our students have asked to review neoplasm coding from the ICD 9 manual. so what this is... it does like someone chewed the corner, that's my kids. They... I was working on this page and they came over. "Can I help you color?" But in any rate, if you have your ICD 9 book handy, this is in the index if you go to the Ns for Neoplasm. The first thing you want to remember about cancer coding or neoplasm coding is the fact that really, you should not start with the neoplasm table. And this was kind of new for me. I had actually been teaching a couple of years before I actually realized that you should look for the main term in the document that you're coding like melanoma or whatever. You go to that first. 9 times out of 10, it will direct you to neoplasm and the table but always start with the main term that you're trying to code and let the index direct you to the neoplasm table. So once you come to the neoplasm table, what I want you to look at first is these columns. Okay so there's... in neoplasm... here you go, Jane. Here's medical terminology, right? Means new growth. It doesn't mean cancer. It could be but it means that there's a new growth. So we see here that there's 3 types of malignant cancers: primary, secondary, and cancer in situ. The primary type is it's a spreadable type of cancer. And secondary is where it spreads to so you'll see in the documentation, phrases like 'with mets'. So maybe they had breast cancer with mets to the liver or with mets to the lungs or something like that. So the primary cancer would be the breast and the secondary cancer would be the lungs or the liver. Click here to get more ICD 9 coding exercises, ICD 9 coding guidelines, ICD 9 coding tutorial, cpc exam tips, http://www.cco.us/cco-yt http://youtu.be/mkn30BxcblQ
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Voice coding

Voice coding

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Actual coding starts at 1:20 A short demonstration of my voice coding project. This is still in the early stages and I'm trying out a lot of different design ideas (most of them conflicting with each other), so it is all pretty rough around the edges. Many of the voice commands I use here were defined today or yesterday, so I also have the additional overhead of not really knowing any of the commands by heart. This is all heavily inspired by Tavis Rudd's video "Using Python to Code by Voice", which can be found here: https://youtu.be/8SkdfdXWYaI I'm sorry about the poor audio quality, the microphone I'm using for the voice recognition needs to have very low gain (would be almost inaudible on youtube), so what you are hearing is a whole 7 dollars worth of crap.
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How to Sell Your Cybersecurity Product to Large Companies

How to Sell Your Cybersecurity Product to Large Companies

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This seminar will teach cybersecurity growth stage companies how to best pitch their cyber products and services to larger companies. The sales cycle of large companies requires persistence that understands the team approach many companies take to purchasing cyber products and services. Topics will include refining your sales deck, understanding customer's needs, the decision-making process and finalizing a contract.
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boom beach hack 2017

boom beach hack 2017

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Boom Beach Diamond Hack - Boom Beach Hack 2017 (Android&iOS) you can go to the site below http://boombeachhack.ml/ In this video, I demonstrate on how to generate up to 990k diamonds in Boom Beach. One of the best parts about this Boom Beach Diamond Hack, is that every device is supported, including Android and IOS. This Boom Beach hack tool has been created by an extremely experienced team of coders. Dominate and conquer Boom Beach without ever having to spend your precious time on diamonds ever again. I hope that you have enjoyed this Boom Beach hack tutorial, and I am looking forward to bringing you more glitches, exploits, and cheats in the future videos. Comment, like, and subscribe for more videos!. http://boombeachhack.ml/
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Could JavaScript Take Over the Programming World? - Breaking Analysis

Could JavaScript Take Over the Programming World? - Breaking Analysis

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  • Updated: 23 May 2013
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At Google I/O's developer conference last week, the search giant gave away the most expensive machine built around a browser, ever, the Chromebook Pixel. This was obviously a big gesture to the marketplace about what Google sees as the dominant development environment of the future: HTML5 and Javascript. But, will JavaScript take over the programming world? Here to help us tackle that is Simon St. Laurent, Senior Editor of O'Reilly Media, Inc. Last week, Google gave all attendees of their popular developer conference the $1,449 Chromebook Pixel, which SiliconANGLE contributor Anton Wahlman called the Mazaratti of Chromebooks. Still, this is a device which is entirely built around a browser. So Simon, What does that indicate for the future of HTML5? There was a lot of demonstrations on the show floor at Google I/O that promised seamless experiences that crossed between desktop and mobile paradigms. Is mobile the new normal, or can we finally expect, after all these years, a build-once, run-anywhere utopia with the Web and mobile? You've recently written in your column on the O'Reilly Media programming vertical on some scenarios in which Javascript might not "take over the programming world." Can you briefly elaborate on what you mean by that? Coming up next week is the O'Reilly conference you are the program chair of, Fluent. One of the topics of discussion will likely be the new ways that developers are taking control of Javascript, and the compile-to-JavaScript languages. Are these new ways of coding becoming the norm, or will there be a return to frameworks and direct coding as developers need more direct control?
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Detect SIP Errors with Wireshark

Detect SIP Errors with Wireshark

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  • Updated: 27 Feb 2014
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Create a filter expression button based on the sip.Status-Code field to quickly locate SIP errors in your trace files. This video is also included on the Laura's Lab Kit v11 which is available at www.riverbed.com/wireshark-virtual-tour.
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