Best Amazon Prime Day 2021 deals: Chromebook laptops

During the Amazon Prime Day shopping event, you can expect to see a variety of tower PCs, as well as laptops of all shapes and sizes, offered by a variety of vendors. Chromebooks are another entry into the mix as lightweight and portable laptops that run on Google’s ChromeOS operating …

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Infrastructure Engineer at Datafin Recruitment

ENVIRONMENT: Maintain the global IT infrastructure environment of an independent asset management company seeking the technical expertise of a proactive and ambitious infrastructure engineer who will also drive its self-service infrastructure through to automation. The ideal candidate should have a relevant tertiary qualification with 8 years of professional experience in …

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What to do with an old laptop: 10 smart ideas

So you’ve finally made the switch to a whole new laptop – or maybe you’ve finally got rid of the clutter – and now you need to deal with an old laptop. What should I do with this? It depends on your situation, how old your laptop is, and how …

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Vernier Software & Technology Improves Physics App and Releases New eBook to Engage Students in Video Analysis

Vernier video analysis® The app and new eBook help students learn important physics concepts in in-person and distance learning environments BEAVERTON, Oregon, June 8, 2021 – Vernier Software & Technology has improved its Vernier video analysis application with new features and now offers support Vernier video analysis: movement and sports …

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Remote work and backlog propel the US PC market

Share Tweeter Share Share Share E-mail The United States saw a sharp increase in the PC market as working from home continued in the first quarter of 2021, a Canalys study found, according to a Press release. The market grew 73% in the first quarter, the statement said. This includes …

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As the Linux Foundation’s Zephyr Project turns five, tackling the challenges of constrained devices is more important than ever

With nearly 1,000 contributors, 50,000 are committed to developing advanced support for multiple architectures, including ARC, Arm, Intel, Nios, RISC-V, SPARC and Tensilica, and over 250 cards; the Zéphyr project is hosting a virtual party that will take place from June 8-10 this year. The very first Zephyr Developer Summit …

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Chromebook ready? The new Indian Express

Express news service What’s the first thing you do on a laptop? Most of us open a web browser (mainly Google Chrome) and start working. If MS Office refuses to open, no worries. You just open Google Docs and go. Right? If Adobe Acrobat Reader fails to open PDF files, …

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Maryland software development companies looking for the best engineering skills

Maryland software development companies seek the best engineering skills. According to recent job boards, there are more than 3,000 open positions in the Maryland software development industry. From entry-level application development to full-stack junior development, computer programming is booming statewide. As someone looking to jumpstart your career as a software …

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Mercury extends Visual Basic for .NET

An implementation of Basic that is fully compatible with VB.NET code has been released. Mercury adds cross-platform support and is compatible with C #. The creators of Mercury, RemObjects, offer a number of similar products for other languages, including C #, Object Pascal, Go, Java, and Swift. The team claims …

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Google is testing a Windows 10-style Chromebook launcher

Source: Jeramy Johnson / Android Central Google is testing a new Chrome OS launcher that looks like some of the previous Chrome OS launchers to see if it increases productivity. The test was discovered by the people of ChromeStory by delving into Canary versions of the operating system. The experimental …

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Automation strategies take shape

A combination of older and newer technologies is making a difference in managing IT workload. Here are six areas of IT automation that are working today. Over the past 18 months, the IT department has used automation strategies such as robotic process automation and various centralized and decentralized automations. What …

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How to CRUD with Node.js and MongoDB

MongoDB was one of the first NoSQL data stores and Most Popular NoSQL Data Store today is Node.js The JavaScript runtime continues to dominate backend development. The combination of these creates a highly flexible and dynamic technology stack. As you can see, Node.js and MongoDB allow you to quickly implement …

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The best DevOps certifications for cloud professionals

Solutions Review has compiled the best DevOps certifications for cloud engineers and professionals of all skill levels. DevOps continues to gain popularity in the business world as companies continue to embrace collaborative environments for developers. Cloud professionals in particular often learn DevOps skills in order to successfully integrate cloud applications …

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10 popular language projects using WebAssembly

Today’s web apps aren’t as fast and responsive as native desktop apps, but what if it was possible? It is a promise. WebAssembly.. WebAssembly is a compact, low-level binary assembly-style language that runs in a web browser with near-native performance. At the same time, WebAssembly provides portable build targets for …

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OBS Studio 27.0 – Neowin

Razvan serea Journalist Neowin · June 1, 2021 at 3:42 p.m. EDT OBS Studio is software designed to capture, compose, encode, record and stream video content efficiently. This is a rewrite of the widely used Open Broadcaster software, to allow even more features and cross-platform support. OBS Studio supports multiple …

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Chrome OS extends the reach of its operating system

It’s been over 10 years since Chrome OS redefined the desktop operating system. While virtual desktops have been around since the days when we used VT-102 terminals to run Unix shells from remote mainframes and minicomputers, Google Chrome OS showed us that we can run modern GUI-style desktops from the …

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Pi IoT In C using Linux drivers

Page 1 of 3 SPI is a very popular way to connect devices to the Raspberry Pi and the good news is that it is well supported by Linux drivers – once you know how. This content comes from my recently published book: Raspberry Pi IoT In VS Using linux …

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Virtual Offices – The Future of Computing | Shells.com AMA

@shellsShells.com Shells gives you a powerful 1-click virtual desktop environment in the cloud! Collaborating and partnering with more than 10 Linux distributors to create a seamless virtual desktop experience, Alex is CEO of shells.com, a new virtual desktop cloud computing solution that simplifies the virtual desktop experience. The platform allows …

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Wipro sells stake in Ensono for $ 76.24 million

IT major Wipro announced today that it will sell its entire stake in Ensono Holdings, LLC for $ 76.24 million. In a regulatory filing, Wipro said: “In connection with the recently announced acquisition of Ensono by KKR, Wipro sold its entire stake in Ensono Holdings, LLC for consideration of $ …

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Advocacy for serverless machine learning

The scale and complexity of machine learning makes it difficult to deliver and effectively manage data and resources. This hinders and decreases productivity. The easiest way to approach the problem is serverless machine learning. This is a great solution to the problem of managing data center resources. Machine learning users …

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Microsoft’s Java version now available to everyone

Credit: Dreamstime The Microsoft version of OpenJDK is now generally available, offering a free open source Java distribution that could compete with Oracle Java Distributions for the hearts and minds of enterprise software developers. Released on May 25 after being in a preview phase Since April, Microsoft Build of OpenJDK …

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Senior Network and Cloud Engineer

Senior Network and Cloud Engineer My client, a very reputable and respected company, is looking to employ a senior network and cloud engineer based in their office in Pretoria. Job profileWe are looking for a Network and Cloud Engineer to implement, monitor and maintain a hybrid cloud solution, including key …

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Solutions Architect at Capitec Bank Ltd

Statement of purpose Responsible for defining the solution architecture, including non-functional requirements, in accordance with enterprise architecture guidelines Assist members of the Merchant Solutions team, including BA, SA and developers, to ensure that the technical design offers a viable and user-friendly solution Ensure alignment between functional and technical specifications. Ongoing …

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Acer unveils new enterprise Chromebooks

Acer has unveiled four new enterprise Chromebooks, which it says contain all of the latest in-demand technology and features that consumers, students and business users need. New launches include Acer’s Chromebook 317, its very first 17.3-inch Chromebook, which the company says marks a step forward in the industry, “Today we …

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DACC student ranks first in BPA

A Delaware Area Career Center student recently won first place in a national Business Professionals of America competition, a first for the career center. Chase Dauphin, a recent graduate of DACC and Worthingon Kilbourne High School, became the first student in the school’s history to win first place in the …

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Download Amazon Linux 2 to install it on VirtualBox

Well, we already have a RHEL based operating system to install on a virtual machine such as CetnOS, Rocky Linux, and AlmaLinux. However, if you are an Amazon cloud user, you want to use Amazon Machine Linux Image (AMI) on your local virtual machine created on VirtualBox, Vmware, and Hyper-V. …

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ASUS Chromebook with 17.3-inch screen could be in the works

There is no shortage of Chromebooks on the market, as evidenced by recent figures from market research companies. Despite having different brands or even form factors, most of them share similar traits with a few exceptions. Most Chromebooks come with rather modest specs and conventional screen sizes. ASUS has been …

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How to use caps lock on a Chromebook

I’m not a big fan of using all caps, but there are times when it’s appropriate. Say when your soccer team wins, or a trailer for Disney + ‘s latest Marvel show just dropped. Love it or hate it, sometimes you just need to write in all caps. The problem …

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Where to run the containers? Bare metal vs virtual machines

Containers are a serious and emerging competitor as an application delivery method. Although they are not yet in universal use, most companies have deployed containers somewhere or are studying their capabilities. Their benefits center on the ability to extract whatever is needed to run applications away from hardware, and with …

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What is linux? What can you use linux for?

You’ve probably seen at least one of them: a special person on the Internet proudly saying, “I use Linux”. But what does using Linux mean? What is Linux and what does Linux do? Today we’ll find out, and we’ll leave the jargon and technical gossip at the door. What is …

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Onexplayer One-netbook Laptop Review

The Onexplayer is a bit odd in the PC world, in that it’s a touchscreen laptop PC with built-in gamepad controls. Think of it as a high-end Nintendo Switch, but running Windows and built from PC hardware you know and love, and you’re not far off. Born from an incredibly …

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Virtual Private Servers (VPS) Market Size and Share 2021

The report, titled Virtual Private Servers (VPS) Market, is one of the most comprehensive and essential additions to Reports Globe’s market research archive. It provides detailed research and analysis on key aspects of the Virtual Private Servers (VPS) market. The market analysts who authored this report have provided detailed insights …

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BPS students, staff have had a tough year

Bartlesville High School’s Class of 2021 was honored on the evening of May 21 during an in-person graduation ceremony at Custer Stadium. Bartlesville High School principal LaDonna Chancellor reports that approximately 350 seniors were eligible to graduate. We are proud of their resilience and grateful that we were able to …

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CyberGhost for Android | DroidViews

Owning CyberGhost VPN has changed hands over the past 12 months, but that hasn’t affected its easy-to-use apps, privacy-friendly coverage, and fantastic security features. CyberGhost is consistently ranked among the many high-end VPN companies. What exactly will it deliver? Check out this full CyberGhost VPN review! CyberGhost VPN CyberGhost makes …

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Top 5 Internet of Things (IoT) Hacking Tools

Reading time: 6 minutes Ethical hacking follows security hacking guidelines for efficient operation of the system. While several factors contribute to its development, one of the most important is its availability of IoT hacking tools that make it easier to manage work. An ethical hacker is a security expert who …

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