How I use Notion to organise my life as a PhD student.
Welcome to another video of the Research Made Easy series where I share the best study tips and hacks that I’ve been using myself. Today’s video is on how I use Notion as a PhD student. I’ll give a full step-by-step walkthrough of my entire setup, including todo lists, PhD hub, setting goals, monthly financial planner and my social media dashboards.
0:00 – Introduction
1:00 – Todo List (Work Harder Sheet)
5:44 – PhD Hub
13:40 – Goals sheet
16:38 – Monthly Financial Tracker
17:28 – Social Media Dashboards (YouTube, TikTok, IG)
20:24 – Conclusion
Links mentioned in video 🔗
Thomas Frank YouTube
About me 🤓
Hey, Patrick here and welcome to the channel! I’m a PhD student at Oxford studying Medical Sciences and Machine Learning. On my channel, I share study tips, my PhD journey, stories about my past, my experience working in the investment banking industry and more!
☕ If you enjoy my work and want to support me, I’d appreciate a cuppa!
Matrix of Thoughts
#ResearchProposals #StudyTips #Study
A story about building a capture-the-flag (CTF) penetration testing challenge using OpenBSD for the Hack The Box platform, where most of the challenges are either based on Linux or Windows.
Hack The Box is an online platform allowing you to test your penetration testing skills and exchange ideas and methodologies with other members of similar interests. It contains several challenges that are constantly updated. Some of them simulating real world scenarios and some of them leaning more towards a CTF style of challenge.
After joining Hack The Box and completing several challenges, I noticed some technologies missing or underrepresented among the challenges available. In this talk, I will go over the process of developing a CTF challenge, the learning objectives for participants, what went well, what did not go well, and the virtues of OpenBSD as an OS for a CTF challenge. I will also walk through the challenge itself, what I learned building it, share feedback, and identify other OpenBSD features for future challenges.