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Question: 110
Which parameter is used in the rulebase file to include a hyperlink in a work item
description to a repository?
Answer: B
Question: 111
Which statement is true about importing data into file type attributes?
A. Zip and rar files can be imported and will be automatically decompressed.
B. File size is limited to 4MB.
C. The supporting file must be in the same directory as the data source.
D. The records of file type are imported. The uploaded file is stored under
$MQ_HOME/common/company/work directory.
Answer: C
Question: 112
Which two statements are true about work items? (Choose two.)
A. Active work items found in a user's inbox represent the user's list of tasks that have
been assigned or delegated to the user.
B. There are two types of work items, notification and action.
C. The user Inbox Ul displaying the work items cannot be configured to display
additional information.
D. A work item can only be assigned to one user at a time.
Answer: A, B
Question: 113
Which record state is applied to a record when involved in a workflow?
Answer: B
Question: 114
What are three supported methods of importing data into TIBCO MDM? (Choose three.)
A. Database Access
B. Web Service
C. Flat Files
D. Java API
Answer: B, C, E
Question: 115
Which two are supported Data Source Transfer Mode transports? (Choose two.)
Answer: B, D
Question: 116
You have two repositories: CUSTOMER and ADDRESS. The records in these two
repositories are related using the customer ID. Which two actions should you use when
writing a rulebase to find address records for a particular customer and create a
relationship? (Choose two.)
Answer: B, C
Question: 117
To ensure reusability, rules have been written using the Include action like the
When are the included constraints executed?
A. before all the constraints defined in the main rulebase
B. after all the constraints defined in the main rulebase
C. after all constraints having a higher priority
D. after the constraints declared before the Include action
Answer: D
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If your business is built around the creation of a product, managing the manufacture of that item dictates the degree of success your business enjoys. Understanding a variety of production management techniques gives you a toolbox for approaching bottlenecks and improvements. Even if you run a small business, understanding methodologies used by major manufacturers may benefit your company.

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A New KiCAD Tutorial Hits The Scene

KiCAD has a rightfully earned image problem regarding beginners. The shiny new version 5 has improved things (and we’re very excited for v6!) but the tool is a bit obtuse even when coming from a electronics design background, so we’re always excited to see new learning material. [Mike Watts] is the latest to join the esteemed group of people willing to export their knowledge with his KiCAD tutorial series on GitHub that takes the aspiring user from schematic through fab and assembly.

The tutorial is focused around the process of creating a development board for the dimuitive Microchip née Atmel ATSAMD10 Cortex M0 ARM CPU. It opens by asking the reader to create a schematic and proceeds to teach by directing them to perform certain actions then explaining what’s going on and which shortcuts can accelerate things. This method continues through layout, manufacturing, and assembly.

Of note is that when defining the board outline [Mike] describes how to use OpenSCAD to parametrically define it; a neat micro-tutorial on using the two great tools to compliment each other. We also love that upon successful completion of the tutorial series the user will have developed a tiny but useful development board that can be assembled for about $3 in single quantities!

As with all open source work, if you have quibbles or want to contribute open a pull request and provide [Mike] a hand!

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Relaxation Techniques for Anxiety

When I first started my clinical training as a psychologist, some of the first techniques I learned were relaxation exercises. These are concrete, specific behaviors that clients can use to reduce the symptoms of anxiety. Relaxation exercises often target physical symptoms of anxiety such as hyperventilating and muscle tension but can also help with emotional symptoms such as panic and nervousness. One interesting debate has been whether to use relaxation exercises for anxiety or whether they can be counterproductive.

Let’s start with a few examples of relaxation exercises. The most common technique is probably diaphragm breathing, also called belly breathing or deep breathing. Diaphragm breathing has clients breathe using more of their diaphragm, the big muscle that helps the lungs move air in and out of the body. One version of this technique has clients put a hand on their chest and the other on their stomach and try to breathe so that the hand on the chest does not move (or moves minimally) and the hand on the stomach moves more. Diaphragm breathing helps prevent hyperventilating and the other symptoms that go with it such as dizziness. Another technique, one that was a mainstay of my training, is progressive muscle relaxation or PMR. PMR has the client progressively tense and relax different muscle groups until all their muscles are relaxed. Depending on how the muscles are grouped, PMR can take 10 to 30 minutes. Clients will often use a recording to guide them through the muscle groups. Other relaxation techniques include imagery and even some forms of meditation.

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Initially, it can seem like relaxation techniques should be great for anxiety because they reduce anxiety. Reducing anxiety, though, might not always be helpful. I’ve written before about how anxiety is a normal part of life and trying to reduce normal levels of anxiety can be counterproductive. If relaxation techniques are being used to avoid anxiety instead of facing it, then they can be unhelpful. Another situation in which relaxation exercises might not help is during exposure therapy. In exposure therapy, a client gradually faces situations that cause anxiety so they can gain experience showing that they are able to cope with the situation and the anxiety. If relaxation exercises are used too much in exposure therapy to the point that the client does not feel anxiety, then it can cancel out the exposure exercise. Situations with mild to moderate levels of anxiety might not need relaxation exercises.

Relaxation exercises still have many uses. For someone experiencing a high level of anxiety, these techniques can help reduce the anxiety to a more manageable level. For people trying exposure therapy but who have a high level of anxiety even for beginning levels of exposure, relaxation techniques can be extremely helpful so they can get started on facing those feared situations. The key is not necessarily using a specific technique but rather finding one that works for you.

As with any specific therapy technique including relaxation exercises, always check with your mental health provider first. You might have to try several different techniques before you find one that works for you. And you might have to try using relaxation exercises in several different situations before figuring out when it helps you and when it does not help.

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TIBCO Completes Information Builders Acquisition, Integration Underway

The completion of the acquisition comes just a month after the passing of Gerald Cohen, Information Builders’ founder and former CEO.


TIBCO Software has completed its acquisition of business analytics software pioneer Information Builders, the company said Tuesday, and has begun integrating the two companies’ operations and product lines.

TIBCO and Information Builders announced the acquisition deal on Oct. 22 without disclosing the acquisition price.

News of the completion of the acquisition comes one month after the Dec. 3 death of Gerald Cohen, Information Builders’ founder, co-owner and long-time CEO. Cohen stepped aside as CEO in January 2019 when the company named chief operating officer Frank Vella as the new CEO.

[Related: TIBCO CEO Streetman On Information Builders Acquisition, Opportunities for Partners]

“We‘re excited to recognize the exceptional technology and great reputation built by IBI, and we look forward to providing our existing and future customers with an even broader range of innovative, data-driven solutions to support faster, smarter digital transformations,” said TIBCO CEO Dan Streetman (pictured), in a statement.

TIBCO said the formal integration of Information Builders, headquartered in New York, with TIBCO began after Information Builders closed its financial year on Dec. 31, 2020.

TIBCO “will focus on business alignment and resource mapping for the ongoing health and support of its expanded customer base and worldwide partner network,” the company said of the integration work.

TIBCO, based in Palo Alto, Calif., did not disclose additional details about its plans for integrating Information Builders’ operations or its workforce with its own. The company, for example, has not said whether Vella will have a role at TIBCO.

TIBCO plans to add Information Builders’ flagship WebFOCUS business analytics and reporting platform to its product lineup and enrich its Hyperconverged Analytics business analytics strategy. Information Builders’ data quality, preparation and integration products are being added to the TIBCO Any Data Hub and TIBCO Responsive Application Mesh strategies.

The company will also market its own software, including the Spotfire analytical visualization and Cloud Integration offerings, to Information Builders’ customer base.

“This represents a significant opportunity for TIBCO and IBI as customers strive to become data-first enterprises. There is tremendous potential for any platform that can integrate and manage data to create intelligent workflows for employees, partners, and customers,” said Howard Dresner, chief research officer at Dresner Advisory Services, in the TIBCO statement.

Tibco, which is owned by Vista Equity Partners, has made some 30 acquisitions throughout its history, but the company said Information Builders is the company’s biggest.

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Tibco To Acquire Business Analytics Pioneer Information Builders

The acquisition deal follows reports earlier this year that IBI was up for sale by owner and long-time CEO Gerald Cohen and minority investor Goldman Sachs.


Tibco Software, already a significant player in the business analytics and data management software arena, is acquiring Information Builders Inc., a pioneer and long-time player in the business analytics market, the companies announced Thursday.

The companies did not disclose the financial details of the acquisition deal. Tibco, which has made a series of acquisitions in accurate years, said the IBI acquisition is the largest in its history. Both companies are privately held.

The acquisition follows reports in August that IBI had begun looking for a buyer with Goldman Sachs Private Capital, which acquired a minority stake in IBI in 2017, leading the process.

[Related: The Big Data 100 2020]

“Data-driven insight is more critical than ever. With the acquisition of IBI, we gain access to a broader set of analytics and technology, greatly enhancing our ability to help the world’s leading organizations solve their most complex data problems,” said Dan Streetman, TIBCO CEO, in a statement. “The blend of our two companies, with strong and complementary capabilities, will further unlock the potential of real-time data for making faster, smarter decisions.”

IBI, founded in 1975, is one of the long-time pioneers in the business analytics and reporting software space. With its flagship WebFocus platform, the New York-based company offers tools for visualization and reporting, and for distributed, embedded, augmented and federated analytics.

IBI also offers a line of data management software including data preparation, integration, quality and governance tools.

IBI has been owned throughout its history by founder, chairman and onetime CEO Gerald Cohen, aside from the Goldman Sachs minority stake. In January 2019 he stepped aside from the CEO post when the company named chief operating officer Frank Vella as the new CEO. Vella was hired as COO in November 2017 with a plan to eventually take over the CEO job.

In June, at the company’s Virtual Summit 2020, IBI unveiled a broad company makeover that included a cloud-first product development roadmap as well as new products, expanded customer and partner support services, and new branding and go-to-market plans.

“We founded Information Builders with a vision of a new business intelligence product that would enable non-programmers to build their own reporting applications,” Cohen said in the statement announcing the acquisition. “We are proud of what IBI has accomplished in over four decades of innovation, and it is a privilege to join forces with a company that cares about its customers as much as we do. I am looking forward to a very bright future for our solutions, our team, and especially our customers.”

Tibco, based in Palo Alto, Calif., has been expanding its presence in the business analytics and data management space with a steady stream of acquisitions over the years. The company’s first real entrance into business analytics came with its 2007 acquisition of data visualization software company Spotfire, followed by acquisitions of StreamBase Software in 2013, Jaspersoft in 2014 and Alpine Data Labs in 2017.

On the data management front the company’s acquisitions have included LogLogic in 2012, Cisco’s Data Virtualization business in 2017, Orchestra Networks in 2018 and SnappyData last year. Tibco also markets a line of application integration and API management software.

Both IBI and Tibco have active channel partner programs, the latter with its Acceleration Partner Program that includes VARs, solution providers, system integrators and cloud providers. The company also works with OEM and ISV partners.

Tibco said the IBI acquisition is the biggest in its 20-plus year history. The company said the addition of IBI’s analytics and data management products to its technology portfolio “will augment Tibco’s Connected Intelligence platform” to more deeply address customers’ end-to-end data management and business analytics needs.

Tibco specifically said IBI’s data quality, preparation and integration products will support the Tibco Any Data Hub (data unification) and Responsive Application Mesh (application architecture) product strategies, while WebFocus will enrich Tibco’s Hyperconverged Analytics (business analytics) strategy.

Tibco, which is owned by Vista Equity Partners, said it expects to complete the acquisition during the first quarter of its fiscal 2021, subject to customary conditions and certain regulatory approvals.

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Intermediate Investing Techniques

Most people feel like they have to become long-term investors or day traders. However, both of those approaches feel imperfect for some investors. They don't want the higher frequency activity of day trading. However, these same individuals also don't want to get stuck with stocks during a correction. Intermediate investing offers a middle ground for investors who don't want to commit to day trading or long-term investing. This guide will explore how intermediate investing works and ways to increase your returns.

What are Investment Strategies?

The goal of every investment is to grow. You can plan these with different goals, timelines and risks. Three of the most common investment strategies include:

  • Growth investing: Focus on companies that exhibit signs of above-average growth.
  • Value investing: Buy securities that appear to be trading for less than their intrinsic or book value.
  • Buy-and-hold: Don't let the market turbulence get you down — buy securities with solid fundamentals and hold them over a long period of time.

Best Investing Strategies: Growth Investing

Growth investing focuses on companies that are positioned to grow at an above-average pace. These companies often have a great value proposition — offer something that competitors cannot easily replicate. Investing in these companies means betting on their ability to build an "economic moat" around their competitive advantage. Tech companies often fall into this category.

Growth stocks often fly high in the mature stages of a market cycle. Although their valuations are high, this is justified by the promise of growth.

Be extra careful when picking growth stocks. The biggest risk from growth investing is not low quality or high volatility. It's paying prices that are too high. To learn growth investing and other strategies, regardless of your current knowledge, check out our take on best investment strategy courses.

Understand and Use the Priority of Money

Successfully managing your tax exposure can make big differences over the years. For that purpose, it is important to understand the tax benefits certain investment vehicles offer. These benefits can be a deferral of current taxes, like a traditional IRA or 401(k) or avoiding future taxes (like a Roth IRA). Check out how brokerage accounts are taxed.

Understand the Risks and Benefits of a Major Asset

There are three major asset classes — each with its own risks and benefits:

  • Equities: A buyer becomes a shareholder of a company — domestic or international. These offer the highest risk but also the highest reward.
  • Bonds: These assets provide you exposure to debt. The value comes from a promise to repay and earn interest at a set date. The most common bonds are government, municipal and corporate bonds. They yield modest returns (sometimes barely outpacing inflation) but low risk. Some bonds also have tax breaks.
  • Cash and cash investments: These come in the form of checking and savings accounts, certificates of deposit and, short-term treasury bills (T-bills). They are prone to inflationary risk but address living expenses or act as reliable emergency funds.

How to Invest Your Savings for Short-Term or Long-Term Goals

The following table shows potential preferences for the investment timeline.

   Asset  Risk Profile
Short term (1-3 years)  Savings accounts, money market accounts, short-term U.S. government bonds Low
Medium term (3-10 years)  ETF bonds, peer-to-peer loans, certificates of deposit (CDs) Low-to-Medium
Long term (over 10 years)  Equities, equity ETFs, index funds, robo-advisors Medium-to-High

Top 10 Strategies for Investing

Here are the top guidelines to keep in mind when approaching an investment plan.

1. Bring Balance Into Your Financial Plan

Too much of anything is not going to work great on average. Stay vigilant regarding your goals and don't be afraid to get overweight in an asset class when the opportunity arises — but have an open-minded, balanced approach.

2. Invest in What You Understand

Warren Buffett invests only in what he thoroughly understands. It is hard to expect that you can match the knowledge of a 90-year-old legend, but every investor has a field of interest. That can be a fantastic starting point.

3. Start Investing as Early as Possible

Time is your greatest ally. The sooner you start, the sooner will the power of compounding take you to your goal and beyond.

4. Add a 401(k) Match to Your Mix

The only thing better than money that grows over time is free money that grows over time. If you have matching benefits from your employers, take them! It is likely the easiest money you will ever get.

5. Set Up and Stick with Sound Cash Flow Management

As soon as you have a stable income, start automatically setting some money aside for investments. Habitual investing is a big step toward financial freedom.

6. Separate Emotions from Objectives

Do not get married to your positions! Periodically reassess your investments (at least quarterly) and be objective. Your positions are not your goals. They are vehicles that take you to your goals.

7. Turn Discretionary Spending Into Investing

Separate needs from wants. It takes a lot to stay disciplined today with advertisements bombarding you from all sides.

8. Put Investments and Cash Reserves in Separate Buckets

Needing money at the wrong time can seriously lengthen the journey to your investment goals. By keeping the funds separate in a savings account and investments diversified you will have enough liquidity even in emergency situations.

9. Make Stocks a Cornerstone of Your Strategy

Despite dire straits during specific time periods throughout history, the stock market returned 10.7% annualized returns over the last 30 years. From the risk management perspective, when it comes to building wealth, it's hard to match a well-managed stock portfolio.

10. Diversify for a Smoother Ride

It's smart to diversify across the asset classes as well as within the asset classes. But, just like everything, it needs to be balanced. A rule of thumb for stocks is that it takes 20 to 30 different companies to be adequately diversified.

Principles of Investment Strategies

Determining the investment strategy is like going on a journey. You need to know your start and your destination. Then you will come up with the most convenient path to follow to get there.

Long-Term Goals vs. Short-Term Goals

Long-term investments have goals that are years or even decades away. The most important one for most beginners is saving enough money to retire. The biggest advantage that long-term investments have is that you don't have to worry about short-term fluctuations.

On the flip side, short-term dips might provide you with an opportunity to average down on your best ideas. Short-term investments can be proactive, like saving for a down payment on a house or reactive, like paying off credit card debt.

Active vs. Passive Investing Strategies

The decision between active or passive investing comes down to your time and knowledge. How much do you know about investing? How much are you willing to learn? How involved do you want to be?

If you are a beginner, you might opt for robo-advisors — low-cost automated services based on your preferences. Check out our take on the best robo-advisors.

If you have the knowledge (or are willing to learn), be ready to spend a lot of time gathering the data, researching and formulating investment ideas. It is a lot of work. While the returns might be higher than average, they can also be lower. Like most things, investment research also has diminishing returns. Particularly talented active investors might want to learn intermediate options strategies.

Low-Risk vs. High-Risk Investing Strategies

Risk is inevitable with any investment. Even the U.S. government bond still carries a minuscule (but existing) risk that it won't be repaid. Although researchers tried to explain risk with volatility — it is a flawed comparison, as volatility just magnifies the range of outcomes without necessarily affecting them.

Relationship between risk and return, Author: Howard Marks

When planning risk, the key is to assess the magnitude of the outcome(s) and their probability. Then it needs to be cross-compared with the investment horizon. Investing for the short-term goals should lean toward lower risk while investing for the long-term can have higher risk.

All-in on Financial Responsibility

Investing is a game of poker, and professional players do not believe in luck. They rely on expected value. They have partial information (cards in their hand) just like you — the investor (funds and risk tolerance). When faced with a tough decision, a player will backtrack their opponent's action and assign them a range. Then, they will compare their cards with that range and come to the expected value of the play.

That is exactly what an intelligent investor does. You need to gauge the market probability, compare it to your personal risk tolerance and calculate the expected value. Regardless of the hand you are holding — there are always options. After all, the key to success is playing the hand you were dealt like it was the hand you wanted.

Frequently Asked Questions


According to the “father of value investing” Benjamin Graham, the 3 principles are:

  • Always invest with a margin of safety.
  • Expect volatility and profit from it.
  • Know what kind of investor you are.


These are the 5 stages of investing:

  1. Put-and-take account: First saving when you begin making money
  2. Beginning to invest: After establishing No. 1 and not running out of money in your checking account after each paycheck
  3. Systematic investing: Usually investing a set dollar amount from every paycheck
  4. Strategic investing: Diversification; expanding the scope of investments
  5. Speculative investing: High risk–high reward; associated with investments like penny stocks or collectibles


The best stock strategy is one that fits your personality. This will depend on your risk tolerance, time horizon and time available for the research. If you are looking for a training course, check out our guide on financial investment training for beginner investors.

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