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Digi International Introduces Digi IX30 Cellular Router Solution for Harsh Environments and Industry 4.0 Adoption | News

HOPKINS, Minnesota–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 23, 2022– Digi International (NASDAQ: DGII, www.digi.com), a leading global provider of Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity products and services, today unveiled Digi IX30, a ruggedized cellular router solution for harsh environments. The Digi IX30 offers state-of-the-art intelligence in an industry-leading rugged design for the highest levels …

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May Week 3

Every day, I Programmer has new material written by programmers, for programmers. This roundup gives a summary of the latest content, which this week includes a snippet of Raspberry Pi IoT in C on using the DS18B20 temperature sensor and a chapter of Financial functions with a spreadsheet which explores …

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Best Beauty Software for Linux of May 2022

This list is about the best beauty software for Linux. We will do our best for you to understand this list of the best beauty software for Linux. I hope you like this list Best Beauty Software for Linux. So let’s start: Table of Contents: Best Beauty Software for Linux …

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Why should you learn infrastructure as code as a DevOps engineer? | by Lakshmi Narasimman V | Narasimman Technology | May 2022

freepik Dynamic Systems for the Cloud Age — Kief Morris This blog post introduces you to the concept of infrastructure as code, otherwise known as IaC. Introduction Today, companies like Microsoft, Uber, Netflix, and even banks are using cloud infrastructure, but a few years ago big companies thought the cloud …

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A $150 million plan to secure open source software

DevSecOps, next generation technologies and secure development Proposed investment areas include SBOMs, software supply chains Brian Pereira (digital_belief) • May 13, 2022 the The Linux Foundation and the Open Source Security Foundation have presented an investment plan of nearly $150 million, spread over two years, to strengthen open source security …

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Climb aboard the BeagleBone Black Primer

From May 24 to May 28, Design News will present the free BeagleBone Black Primer course. Each class lasts one hour, starting at 2:00 a.m. Eastern Time. You can also earn IEEE Professional Development Hours for your participation. If you are unable to attend the class schedule, the class will …

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Stardew Valley has sold over 20 million copies; 13 million on PC alone

News Published on May 9, 2022 Andrew McMahon Residence ” News ” Stardew Valley has sold over 20 million copies; 13 million on PC alone Today, Stardew Valley revealed in an official press release that the game has officially passed the milestone of 20 million copies sold across all platforms …

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Embedded software developer – remotely

About the employer:Well established and fast growing international company. Leading experts in our field; creating and developing exciting new, next-generation technologies and features for autonomous driving. Cape Town, with our team in Germany, is a diverse group of forward-thinking thinkers, with our primary focus being time-sensitive networking.Attentive, fervent and determined …

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Government agency reports several vulnerabilities in Chrome browser and advises an update

India’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) has reported several serious security vulnerabilities in Google’s Chrome web browser and urged users to update the software. In an advisory, CERT-In – a cybersecurity agency under the Union’s Department of Electronics and Technology – highlighted 25 “high-severity” vulnerabilities that could be exploited by …

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Top 10 Open Source AI Technologies Powering ML Projects in 2022

by Satavisa Pati April 30, 2022 These open-source AI technologies play a major role in ML projects in 2022 Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies are rapidly transforming almost every sphere of our lives. From the way we communicate to the means we use for transportation; we seem to become more and …

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Four Hundred Monitor, April 27

April 27, 2022 jenny thomas It’s been hard to miss the biggest story of this week, which is that Twitter is under new ownership. Now, while we like to stay focused on the IBM i ecosystem and keep our toes off other ponds, it seemed like a good time to …

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FBI: this ransomware written in the Rust programming language hit at least 60 targets

The BlackCat ransomware gang, known for being the first to use ransomware written in the Rust programming language, has compromised at least 60 organizations worldwide since March 2022, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) says in a new alert. BlackCat, also known as ALPHV, is a relatively new ransomware-as-a-service gang …

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Free books that will take your DevOps game to the next level | by Vladimir Mukhin | April 2022

In order to stay relevant in the ever-changing world of Cloud and DevOps, you need to acquire new knowledge. Therefore, you should read as much as you can. This article is a compilation of the best books that can help you on your learning journey. Most importantly, all of the …

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Git an Arduino IDE workflow – The new stack

Dr. Torq Rob (drtorq) Reilly is a freelance consultant, writer, and speaker specializing in Linux/OSS, physical computing, hardware hacking, tech media, and the DIY/Maker movement. Even small microcontroller projects require multiple iterations of code as the project progresses. In the past, I’ve simply used consecutive numbers attached to filenames to …

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SEGGER and Renesas Offer Device Lifecycle Management (DLM) for AR MCUs

April 14, 2022 — SEGGER, in cooperation with Renesas, has further expanded the functionality offered by SEGGER’s professional line of Flasher in-circuit programmers. In addition to high-speed programming of Renesas RA4 and RA6 microcontrollers with Arm Cortex-M33 cores, SEGGER has now added Device Lifecycle Management (DLM) and Trustzone partitioning during …

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Tachyum enhances customer and partner experience with new online ticketing system

LAS VEGAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Tachyum™ today announced that it has launched enhancements to its online customer and partner portal with the addition of a ticketing system for users conducting Prodigy testing and evaluations® Universal processor. Users can now submit feature requests, provide feedback, and report issues. In addition to increasing engagement, the …

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PostgreSQL vs. MySQL: Which is Better?

PostgreSQL and MySQL are open source databases for data analysis for commercial enterprises. A user can use either database management system, but one question remains. PostgreSQL vs. MySQL: Which is Better? The choice between PostgreSQL and MySQL depends on the necessary scalability and reliability of the data management functions. PostgreSQL …

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Google’s monthly Android updates fix many “get root” holes

The good news in this month’s Android patches is that while Google’s own updates fix many elevation of privilege (EoP) holes, there are no remote code execution bugs. on the list. The bad news, of course, is that EoP bugs that lead straight to root access, without any telltale signs, …

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Ransomware Week – April 1, 2022

While ransomware continues to mount attacks and all businesses need to remain vigilant, ransomware news has been relatively slow this week. However, there were still some interesting stories which we describe below. The most interesting story this week is CNN’s report on Conti Leaks, a Ukrainian researcher who had access …

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Want to work in IT? 6 reasons to discover Linux

Three years ago when I entered academia, any book, video, or other tutorial titled Linux For Dummies would have been about five levels above my comprehension. In the military and in personal life, I had sold my soul to Microsoft Windows and knew nothing about other operating systems (other than …

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JDK 18 GA, JMC 8.2, Spring Updates, MicroStream 7.0-Beta1, WildFly 26.1-Beta1

This week’s Java Roundup for March 21, 2022 features news on JDK 18, JDK 19, JDK Mission Control 8.2, Amazon Corretto 18, BellSoft LibericaJDK 18, several spring milestones and point releases, Micronaut 3.4.0, GraalVM Native Build Tools 0.9.11, WildFly 26 Beta 1, Hibernate Reactive 1.1.4.Final, MicroStream 7.0-M1, JReleaser 1.0-RC1 and …

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Accelerated Flash Box: Powerful Computing

image: A working prototype of Flash’s Accelerated Box. Hardware components are all standard for ease of adoption. Accelerators and storage devices are placed in U.2 slots in the front bays, while there is also an internal PCIe (peripheral component interconnect express) slot used for accelerator hardware. to see Continued Credit: …

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CM launches KITE’s FOSS operating system suite

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Thursday released the KITE GNU/Linux operating system (OS) upgrade suite – the operating system based on FOSS (free and open source software) developed by Infrastructure and Technology of Kerala for Education (KITE) for deployment in new laptops in schools. This suite of operating systems can …

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5 Reasons to Use Linux Desktop Instead of WSL

Although WSL has made it easier for those who need to use both Windows and Linux on the same machine, there may still be reasons to use a real Linux desktop on your computer. In this article, we discuss the various reasons why one would want to install a Linux …

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How To Install Jupyter Notebook on Ubuntu 22.04 | 20.04

Tutorial to learn steps to install Jupyter Notebook on Ubuntu 22.04 Jammy JellyFish and 20.04 Focal Fossa using command terminal. What is Jupyter Notebook? The Jupyter Project is a non-profit initiative that aims to develop and deliver open source software and open standards for interactive work. One of the project’s …

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The main differences between GitHub and GitLab

Many people ask me, “Which distributed version control system should I use for my programming project, GitHub or GitLab?” It’s not such a simple question. Let’s break it down, shall we? First, do you really need a distributed version control system (VCS)? The job of a VCS (also known as …

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How to Take LinkedIn Skills Assessments to Boost Your Profile

LinkedIn is a great way to network, meet potential employers, and stand out among a crowd of candidates when looking for a job. It’s important to put your best foot forward on this career-focused social media platform. LinkedIn Skill Assessments are a great way to make a good impression. If …

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Linux to upgrade to C11

– as long as there are no problems. Linus Torvalds has long expressed a preference for the original C and a dislike or desperation for C++. Could he soften? Probably not, because upgrading to C11 isn’t such a big step. If you select the correct compiler switches, …

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KPIT Technologies will hire 2000 or more people worldwide in the next year

KPIT Technologies plans to hire 2,000 or more people in various fields in the coming year. The Pune-based software company provides automotive engineering and mobility solutions to its customers. In a published statement, he said he was looking for both entry-level and experienced candidates to fill these positions. Positions will …

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Arduino Fan Builds World’s Smallest Space Invaders Game – The New Stack

Shock. Incredulity. Somehow an Arduino hobbyist built a Space Invaders arcade game that was only 3.1 inches tall. At just 80 millimeters tall – its joystick is made from a tiny hypodermic needle. A video on YouTube proudly proclaimed it “the world’s smallest fully functional Space Invaders model”. But it’s …

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Senior Java Core Developer at Datonomy Solutions

We are looking for a strong and solid Core Java/JEE Developer QUALIFICATION CRITERIA: Solid experience in application/software development or programming in Java. Good experience in system, application architecture, design, development, implementation and deployment (end to end). Ability to work on different levels of application Object Oriented Design and MVC pattern. …

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BitFlow Frame Grabber SDK is now available to Python programmers

BitFlow, a global leader in frame grabbers for machine vision, life sciences, and industrial imaging, introduced BFPython, an application programming interface that allows engineers with Python expertise to acquire images from BitFlow’s wide range of frame grabbers. Available immediately for download from BitFlow’s website, these Python bindings wrap the BitFlow …

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Driver does not appear to support OpenGL Minecraft error

In this article, we provide the solutions for the error Driver does not appear to support OpenGL when you try to start the minecraft launcher and it does not open on your device. This error can also occur when trying to open certain games or applications. When you encounter this …

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10 Lightweight Open Source Web Browsers for Linux

There are many web browsers available for Linux. Many of them are Chromium-based, but we also have a list of browsers that are not Chromium-based. Recently, a reader asked for a recommendation of lightweight web browsers, so I took it upon myself to do some quick experimentation. Here is what …

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Why Disney+ is online

Hello and welcome to Protocol Entertainment, your business guide to the gaming and media industries. This Thursday, we take a closer look at live streaming on Disney+ and the end of Lightform. Also: An EWlogy (sorry, I couldn’t resist). Next step for Disney+: live broadcast? Earlier this week, Disney ran …

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How to use hashcat to crack hashes in Linux

New to cybersecurity? Do you want to be on his attacking side? As a member of the red team, you learn many techniques and tactics that help you perform the activities of the cyber elimination chain. One such task is privilege elevation, where you get password hashes. hashcat is a …

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IISc strengthens its supercomputing muscle with Param Pravega developed by C-DAC

The Indian Institute of Science in Bengaluru, home to the Supercomputer Education and Research Center (SERC), has remained the country’s premier facility for work requiring high-performance computing for more than a decade. But its key platform – SahasraT – a Cray CX40 supercomputer which clocked at 901.5 teraflops (one teraflop …

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StarlingX, OpenStack’s darling to the end, upgrades to 6.0 • The Register

StarlingX, an open source platform for edge computing based on OpenStack, has reached version 6.0 with a Linux kernel upgrade as well as security and deployment enhancements to make systems easier to manage. The StarlingX project offers a complete software stack for Edge and IoT deployments, with support for code …

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Senior JAVA Developer – IT-Online

What you will do: We are looking for an exceptional individual to build Java integration services and applications using Companys Framework. Be involved in all aspects of development by playing a critical role in design, planning, development and deployment. The ideal candidate will not only be an exceptional Java developer, …

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Learning to Drive Fast on the DevOps Roadmap

January 31, 2022 Andrew Ireland Maturity does not come with time, but with experience, at whatever age you can start doing something. The same is true with DevOps. While programmers at many IBM i stores know how to create great programs that beautifully encapsulate the operations of the companies they …

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Replacing Rust-Written with GNU Coreutils is progressing, some binaries are now faster

Along with the broader industry trend of transitioning security-sensitive code to memory-safe languages ​​like Rust, there has been an effort to write a Rust-based replacement for GNU Coreutils. For almost a year, Rust Coreutils has been able to run a basic Debian system, while more recently they have increased their …

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IT Operations Engineer Salary: How to Earn More

IT operations engineers are decently paid — but not as well, on average, as engineers in other fields, like development and security. If you work in ITOps, this can be a bummer. The good news is that there are steps you can take to maximize your IT operations engineer salary. …

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IBM adds LG Electronics to its IBM Quantum network of more than 170 members

IBM IBM Since 2016, when IBM offered the first open access to an online 5-qubit quantum computer, it has been committed to accelerating and scaling the growth of the quantum computing ecosystem. His commitment to the quantum ecosystem continues unabated today. Although it has significant reach and membership, the IBM …

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C/C++/ Python Developer – Automotive

Area/Location: The capRoles and results: C/C++ or Python programming and integration Systems design Documentation / Technical Writing Problem solving Project management Research / Surveys Service level monitoring System tests User support The ability to quickly build advanced software solutions that are relatively defect-free and easy to maintain Create firmware for …

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Steam Deck creators fund additional testing of open-source Radeon Linux GPU driver

Valve, creators of the latest Steam Deck handheld to be released this year, is funding new continuous integration (CI) testing of Mesa commits and Radeon driver testing. This information is welcome for Linux users but also for Steam Deck players. Mesa Receives Additional Funding from Valve for Further Testing of …

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re/Start Program in Malaysia AWS First Step in ASEAN – Tech Wire Asia

(Photo by Mohd RASFAN / AFP) AWS re/Start program enters ASEAN via Malaysian gateway Targets non-traditional members of the talent pool for development The Amazon Web Services (AWS) re/Start program has entered the ASEAN market, offering its certification course through Southeast Asia’s first virtual university, UNITAR International University, based in …

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7 things to consider when buying a laptop as a programmer

There are a ton of laptop brands and models, from super-powered desktop replacements and gaming laptops to thin and light ultrabooks, and expensive MacBooks to budget Chromebook models. While some models are explicitly marketed for certain industries and uses, like business, creative, student, and gaming, you’ll be hard-pressed to find …

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Full Stack Developer (PHP) at Datafin Recruitment

ENVIRONMENT: An exciting EdTech company seeks the coding talents of a Full Stack Developer who is passionate about the real impact of your work. Your main role will be to develop and maintain the software products and solutions offered. You will also need to perform root cause analysis, identify risks, …

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Chromium-based browsers won’t allow you to remove default search engines

Most web browsers come with a bunch of different search engines you can switch to, if you’re not a fan of the default option. In addition to changing providers, you can remove default search engines from the list. But it looks like Chromium-based browsers no longer allow you to do …

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TellYouThePass ransomware returns as cross-platform Golang threat

TellYouThePass ransomware has re-emerged as malware compiled by Golang, making it easier to target more operating systems, macOS and Linux in particular. The return of this malware strain was noticed last month, when hackers used it in conjunction with the Log4Shell exploit to target vulnerable machines. Now, a report from …

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Always the top: Linux Mint 20.3 is the best Linux desktop

I have been using Linux desktop distributions for almost 30 years. Recently, I’ve reviewed many of the best Linux desktop distros for newbies and experts. Then I spent the last few days looking at the latest version of Linux Mint 20.3, “Una”. And, once again, Linux Mint is the best …

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Bittorrent client qBittorrent 4.4.0 released with torrent v2 support

The developers of qBittorrent, a popular cross-platform Bittorrent client, have released qBittorrent 4.4.0 to the public. The new version introduces support for a Qt6 version for Windows 10 and later, which promises better HiDPI compatibility according to the developers. The qBittorrent 4.4.x release branch could be the last to support …

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Top cloud computing jobs currently available in January 2022

by Sayantani Sanyal January 7, 2022 cloud computing has become one of the most integral parts of business operations The emergence of cloud computing has revolutionized the way we think about computing for all these years. With the increasing adoption of digital infrastructure in modern businesses, the use of cloud …

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Charles Hoskinson reveals more ambitious plans for Cardano in 2022

Cardano has big plans for 2022, according to the roadmap established by its CEO, Charles Hoskinson, in a educational vlog on Twitter. Cardano has big plans for this year According to him, the main goal of blockchain this year is to improve the capabilities of smart contracts on Cardano. After …

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Huawei OpenHarmony 3.1 Beta released with new system capabilities

The OpenAtom foundation has released OpenHarmony 3.1 beta for the open source community. The OpenHarmony 3.1 beta will further pave the way for Huawei HarmonyOS operating system developers and industry partners to develop new applications that run on the latest changes and performance enhancements made by contributors. In October, Huawei …

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Go, Rust, GitHub Lead 2021 Stories – The New Stack

Well, well, well, here we are, we arrived in the last days of 2021 with nasal swabs sticking out of our noses, Zoom’s fatigue having turned into something more Zoom-existential-like- dread, and hopefully a method or two in place to prevent the eternal end roll that we’ve perfected in 2020. …

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Amazing things happen when IT and business managers work together. Here is the data to prove it

Over the past two years, businesses of all types and sizes have relied on their IT teams not only to help them overcome the challenges of COVID, but also to give them hope for a better future. . It means now. Wonderful things are happening. Businesses appreciate the power of …

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Log4j deadly hole expands victims’ vulnerability

Watch out for the Log4j vulnerability! This nasty software bug is freaking out much of the IT world as it follows us into the New Year. Undoubtedly, many organizations and SMEs without IT staff have no idea of ​​its existence. But ignoring Log4j only makes them more vulnerable to attack. …

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Install Python 3.x or 2.7 on Debian 11 Bullseye Linux

Learn the commands to install Python 3.x and Python 2.7 on Debian 11 Bullseye or 10 Buster using a terminal and also set the default version. Python is a free and open source programming language for a wide variety of software projects. This programming language comes with a clear syntax …

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Which Linux distribution should you choose?

Open source Linux distributions are still fighting for the top spot. Nonetheless, a discussion is ongoing about the clear winner, given that some of the best distros aim to reach the heights of success in the world of open source distros. Various surveys have ranked Arch Linux and Ubuntu as …

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Supreme Court to hold special hearing on Biden vaccine warrants

WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court said Wednesday evening it would hold a special hearing next month to assess the legality of two initiatives at the heart of the Biden administration’s efforts to tackle the coronavirus in the workplace. The court said it would act with exceptional speed on the two …

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What’s next for the Microsoft cloud

Credit: Microsoft Unsurprisingly, 2021 has been an important one for Microsoft’s cloud services. And 2022 is set to be even bigger, with Microsoft, the second-largest enterprise public cloud provider, on the verge of building 50 to 100 new data centers per year. But what exactly is the Microsoft Cloud? It …

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Top 10 Big Data Analysis Tools for Professionals in 2022

by Apoorva Bellapu 20 December 2021 Words cannot suffice for the importance of data and the need to transform it into a form that helps better decision-making. Transforming raw data into a form that helps management make better decisions is not a difficult task to accomplish when you have the …

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Best free rhythm maker for beginners of 2022

This list is for the best rhythm maker software for beginners for free. We will do our best for you to understand this list of the best authoring software for beginners for free. I hope you like this list Best rhythm maker software for beginners for free. So let’s start: …

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Best certifications to pursue in open source software

Open source, as a technology, has been adopted overwhelmingly by businesses in recent years. Finding the right talent, however, remains a challenge for recruiters. 92% of hiring managers surveyed reported difficulty finding open source talent, according to the latest 2021 Open Source Jobs report from the Linux Foundation and EdX, …

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The best note-taking apps for Mac

Homu Studio / Shutterstock.com Note-taking apps are essential tools for keeping things organized, and there are plenty of them for macOS. A good note-taking app has all the features you need and none that you don’t. There isn’t a perfect app for everyone either, so we’ve compiled a list of …

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Patch suggests Rust could be the next frontier for the Linux kernel

The Linux kernel has maintained portability due to its dependence on the C programming language, but the serious adoption of Rust now threatens its dominance. Ten-year-old Mozilla technology has emerged as a major force, offering the same level of flexibility as classic compiled languages, while providing interoperability with C. Kernel …

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“Much more than grep” – Visual Studio Magazine

News GitHub preview improved code search: “Much more than grep” GitHub invites developers to participate in a Technology Preview of Enhanced Code Finder, which it describes as “much more than grep”, the Linux command-line search utility. The project has its own website and temporary interface separate from GitHub.com, although functionality …

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Flutter 2.8 Brings Performance Improvement and New Dart Features

Flutter 2.8, the latest update to Google’s massively cross-platform application development suite, comes with an automatic performance enhancement and new features for the Dart language. If you haven’t had a chance to try it out yet, Flutter is a way to build apps for Android, iOS, Windows, macOS, Linux, the …

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Microsoft Azure Champions “User Generated Content”

User Generated Content (UGC) is a key route to the monetization of commercial games. Sprinklr Edition Gambling is serious business. Beyond the fact that the video game industry is worth billions of dollars each year and therefore clearly ranks as a separate business entity, the use of video games is …

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Strapi v4: Big changes in the latest version of this “headless” open source CMS

Strapi, the company behind the most popular open source headless content management (CMS) of the same name, has released the next stable version of Strapi v4. This includes a new design system, user interface, pluggable application programming interface (API), database query engine, and improved performance of REST and GraphQL API. …

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Wasmer 2.1 WebAssembly implementation adds virtual file system, Lisp + Crystal

Wasmer as the “Universal WebAssembly Runtime Environment” that focuses on being able to run WASM code on any platform has been released with its next major release. Wasmer 2.0 was released this summer as a step forward for this open source implementation of WASM. The project remains focused on trying …

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Linux Specialist – IT-Online

Main objectives of the positionProvide 2nd level support on corporate systems, Oracle, LINUX and networks. Maintenance and disaster recovery are also necessary. Job specificationEducation and Experience (minimum requirements to perform the job):School: grade 12Post-School: Diploma in Information Technology / ManagementJob related: MS Word / ExcelProgramming knowledgeOracle knowledgeAdvanced Linux contextIn House: …

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This vital programming language is in a fragile position. New plan aims to help

PHP, one of the most popular programming languages, must be supported by the creation of a new foundation to secure its future. PHP, created by Rasmus Lerdorf in 1995, is a popular language to learn in part because it’s used in about 78% of the world’s websites, according to data …

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Gemini Sponsors Bitcoin Core Maintainer Fanquake

Gemini is now sponsoring Bitcoin Core maintainer Michael Ford (Fanquake). The Bitcoin Exchange Donor Advised Fund supports the development of Bitcoin Core through grants, scholarships and donations. Ford joins Amiti Uttarwar, Dhruv Mehta and Jarol Rodriguez as the fourth Bitcoin Core developer sponsored by the Gemini fund. The Bitcoin Gemini …

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Top 10 Xfinity TV Features

There are plenty of streaming services out there, but none do more than Xfinity On Demand. If you’re tired of dealing with half-baked attempts by other companies to bring together all your favorite movies and TV shows on one platform, it’s time to take a look at what Xfinity has …

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New TypeScript 4.5 improves asynchronous programming – Visual Studio Magazine

New New TypeScript 4.5 improves asynchronous programming TypeScript 4.5 comes with a new Awaited type and Promise improvements to improve asynchronous programming in the popular version of Microsoft over JavaScript which adds statically checked types. One thing v4.5 does not have is ECMAScript module support for Node.js 12, which has …

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ShiftLeft to present at No Hat 2021 conference

Receive instant alerts for news on your actions. Claim your 1-week free trial for Street Insider Premium here. SANTA CLARA, Calif .– (BUSINESS WIRE) – ShiftLeft, Inc., an innovator in automated application security testing, today announced that its Chief Scientist, Fabian Yamaguchi, and Security Research Engineer, Claudiu-Vlad Ursache, will give …

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MIS Developer (with Java) (CH733) at Capital H Staffing and Advisory Solutions

Our client, an Engineering SME based in, [URL Removed] specialized in the design, development, integration, implementation and support of complex hardware and software systems, is looking for a GIS Developer with Java skills The company has implemented an integrated suite of software applications including JIRA, Confluence, Alfresco, Bitbucket, and Sage …

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Alder Lake Stars at the Intel InnovatiON “Geekfest”

// php echo do_shortcode (‘[responsivevoice_button voice=”US English Male” buttontext=”Listen to Post”]’)?> Intel is working to regain its appeal with developers, gamers, and the wider tech community. This post was enthusiastically pushed by CEO Pat Gelsinger with statements such as “we’re bringing the geek back” to Intel. Also, part of this …

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