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IT / Software / Systems: Software Development Engineer - Region Build - Relocation Available - 888535-0 (Newark,NJ) - Newark, New Jersey

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DESCRIPTION Have questions about this role? Start a chat with the recruiter today! Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world leader in providing a highly reliable, scalable, low-cost infrastructure platform in the cloud that powers hundreds of thousands of businesses in 190 countries around the world! Passionate about building, owning and operating massively scalable systems? Experienced in building and leading teams of highly competent software engineers? Want to make a billion-dollar impact? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you. The Team: We're an agile, independent team working to build a brand new AWS product. This team is redefining the way AWS designs, builds and operates regions. We deliver products by working backwards from unique customer requirements for broader applicability to AWS' global regions. We are in search of an experienced Software Developer to develop critical products for our customers, and offer excellent technical support. Developers at Amazon work on real world problems on a global scale, own systems end-to-end, and influence the direction of our technology that impacts hundreds of millions of customers around the world. Join a team of passionate, customer obsessed developers that think big and have fun. BASIC QUALIFICATIONS 2+ years of non-internship professional software development experience Programming experience with at least one modern language such as Java, C++, or C# including object-oriented design 1+ years of experience contributing to the architecture and design (architecture, design patterns, reliability and scaling) of new and current systems. Bachelor's Degree or higher in Computer Science, Engineering or related field. 1-2+ years experience developing prototypes for each phase of development, from startup through launch and beyond. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS 3+ years of professional experience with modern programming languages (eg. Java, JavaScript, C/C++) and open-source technologies (Linux, Spring) 3+ years of professional experience designing and developing large-scale, distributed software applications, tools, systems and services using such as Java, C#, or C++, and Object-Oriented Design. Experience developing software services and knowledge of design for scalability, performance and reliability Experience with distributed (multi-tiered) systems, algorithms, and relational databases Experience in communicating with end users, technical teams and senior management to collect requirements, define software product features, technical designs and product strategy Ability to synthesize requirements underlying feature requests, recommend alternative technical and business approaches, and facilitate engineering efforts to meet aggressive timelines. Knowledge of professional software engineering practices & best practices for full software development life cycle, including coding standards, code reviews, source control management, continuous deployments, testing and operations Intermediate to advanced knowledge of computer networking and information security Demonstrated ability to mentor junior software engineers in all aspects of their engineering skill-sets 2+ years of AWS experience Meets/exceeds Amazon's leadership principles requirements for this role Meets/exceeds Amazon's functional/technical depth and complexity for this role *Please email AWS Sourcing Recruiter, Scott Korkowski (...@amazon.com) if you have questions. Amazon is an Equal Opportunity - Affirmative Action Employer - Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age. **For more information on Amazon Web Services, please visit Job details Seattle, Washington Software Development Associated topics: algorithm, application, backend, back end, developer, devops, matlab, software developer, software engineer, sw ()
          

IT / Software / Systems: Full Stack Software Development Engineer - Relocation Available - 875040-0 (Newark,NJ) - Newark, New Jersey

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DESCRIPTION Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world leader in providing a highly reliable, scalable, low-cost infrastructure platform in the cloud that powers hundreds of thousands of businesses in 190 countries around the world! Passionate about building, owning and operating massively scalable systems? Experienced in building and leading teams of highly competent software engineers? Want to make a billion-dollar impact? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you. The Team: We're an agile, independent team working to build a brand new AWS product. We need developers who are capable of breaking down and solving complex problems. This team will have the opportunity to work on highly visible projects that directly impact hundreds of other teams at Amazon. Developers at Amazon work on real world problems on a global scale, own their systems end-to-end, and influence the direction of our technology that impacts hundreds of millions customers around the world. Join a team of super smart, customer obsessed developers that think big and have fun. BASIC QUALIFICATIONS 3+ years of non-internship professional software development experience Programming experience with at least one modern language such as Java, C++, or C# including object-oriented design 1+ years of experience contributing to the architecture and design (architecture, design patterns, reliability and scaling) of new and current systems. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Experience building new products and services from the ground up. Experience with React.js, Node.js and Java based web applications Experience with building RESTful or SOAP APIs Intermediate to advanced knowledge of computer networking and information security. Strong communications skills; you will be required to proactively engage fellow Amazonians both inside and outside of your team. Experience with distributed (multi-tiered) systems, algorithms, and relational databases. Ability to effectively articulate technical challenges and solutions. Deal well with ambiguous/undefined problems; ability to think abstractly. Ability to synthesize requirements underlying feature requests, recommend alternative technical and business approaches, and facilitate engineering efforts to meet aggressive timelines. Expertise in software processes, web services, multi-tiered systems, and enterprise application integration. Meets/exceeds Amazon's leadership principles requirements for this role Meets/exceeds Amazon's functional/technical depth and complexity for this role *Please email AWS Sourcing Recruiter, Scott Korkowski (...@amazon.com) if you have questions. Amazon is an Equal Opportunity - Affirmative Action Employer - Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age. **For more information on Amazon Web Services, please visit This role will sit in our new headquarters in Northern Virginia, where Amazon will invest $2.5 billion dollars, occupy 4 million square feet of energy efficient office space, and create at least 25,000 new full-time jobs. Our employees and the neighboring community will also benefit from the associated investments from the Commonwealth including infrastructure updates, public transportation improvements, and new access to Reagan National Airport. By working together on behalf of our customers, we are building the future one innovative product, service, and idea at a time. Are you ready to embrace the challenge? Come build the future with us. Job details Arlington Area, VA Software Development Associated topics: .net, application, backend, c c++, c#, developer, devops, php, programming, software programmer ()
          

Professions: Warehouse Handler - Newark, New Jersey

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Warehouse/Shopper Team Member (Seasonal, Part-Time, Full-Time, Flexible Hours) Shifts: Overnight, Sunrise, Day, Evening, Weekend Location Weehawken Job opportunities vary by location. We update postings daily with open positions. Salary Earn $15.00 Job Description Find the right Amazon opportunity for you this holiday season. Fulfillment Centers --- Work inside an Amazon warehouse, selecting, packing and shipping customer orders. If you like a fast-paced, physical position that gets you up and moving, then come help bring orders to life. Work a set, full-time schedule. Shift options include overnight and days, and usually at least one weekend day. FULFILLMENT CENTERS (MERCH) - Merch by Amazon gives artists, game developers, and content creators a platform for selling original designs---art printed directly onto T-shirts---as Amazon products. A Merch by Amazon team member works in a warehouse, selecting, packing, and shipping customer T-shirt orders. In addition to standard fulfillment center tasks, team members learn how to operate a garment press and a T-shirt folding machine, and work in a fast-paced environment for up to 12-hour shifts. Delivery Stations --- Amazon's delivery stations are the final stop before an order heads out for delivery to the customer's door. In this active job you sort packages into delivery routes. To ensure we meet customer-promised delivery times during the day, you'll work overnight or sunrise shifts. Every week you'll work up to 19 hours on 4-6 hour shifts. DELIVERY STATIONS (Heavy Bulky) --- This is the final stop for larger items, like large screen TVs, furniture, and refrigerators, before they head out for delivery to the customers' doors. In this active job, you will sort our heavier and bulkier packages into delivery routes. Our teams work overnight shifts to meet customer-promised delivery times during the day. You'll work up to 19 hours per week on the days you choose. Sort Centers --- It's no small job to get every order from click to customer door. Our sort centers are the first stop on the journey from the warehouse. You'll be up on your feet moving and sorting packages between trucks. These are part-time opportunities with a consistent schedule of 25-35 hours per week. PRIME NOW WAREHOUSES --- Prime Now is Amazon's super-fast (2 hours or less) delivery service. Enjoy the thrill of working with a small team to select and pack orders, and get items ready for delivery in an hour. Since orders may include fresh and frozen items, it can be cool in the warehouse. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. WHOLE FOODS SHOPPERS --- Prime Now offers shopping services from Whole Foods Market, so customers can order online and have items delivered in under two hours. As a Shopper, you'll work in a grocery store setting at Whole Foods, locating and carefully selecting items and packaging them for delivery. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. PRIME PANTRY WAREHOUSES - Prime Pantry brings items like cereal, snacks, baby products, and household supplies right to customers' doors. You will work alongside Amazon Kiva Robots to receive and stow products and package customer orders to get them to their destination. You may operate carts and hand trucks to move items around the facilities. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. Full-time roles with set schedules are also available. Apply now. No resume or interview. You could start earning in as soon as 2-3 weeks after you complete your application. Amazon is an Equal Opportunity Employer --- Minority / Women / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age PandoLogic.Category: Logistics, Keywords: Warehouse Worker ()
          

IT / Software / Systems: Software Developer - Newark, New Jersey

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*You will be focused on building frontend and backend web technologies to enchance our applications * 3+ years of combined software development experience at a company whose primary revenue stream is derived from delivering software products to paying customers and partners * Fluency in Javascript to implement UI design and create templates, database development, and data modeling *Experience with - -Git, HTML, CSS, -MS Web API, MS .NET MVC, TFS ()
          

IT / Software / Systems: Senior ServiceNow Developer - Newark, New Jersey

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Senior ServiceNow Developer We are looking for Senior ServiceNow Developer for an immediate need.This is a client facing role & the candidate will have regular interactions with various client managers. Responsibilities: Service now Implementation Specialist & Admin Core module (Normal Incident, MIM, Problem, Knowledge, Change, ESS, CMS(optional) ) Good Communication and presentation skills, Client handling. CMDB Implementation, Support and Data Normalization Java Scripting knowledge and hands on experience on it. Hands-on with ITIL Process implementation. Service-now for custom Application Design & Development. Hands-on technical delivery including required documentation of cost-effective Service-now solutions, Ability to create and Modify Workflows. Hands-on design, development and deployment experience with the Service-now platform. Hands-on migrating data from different tools into ServiceNow. Good at creating required information for Reporting and Dashboards Knowledge of ITIL methodologies and processes. Technical Expertise : Creation of script based Assignment and Approval rule. Creation of Business Rule, UI Action by using Glide script. Creation of Glide Record object and use of several other important objects as these objects are created for you when your script is called. Creation of custom related list. Creation of Access Control List with the help of Scripting. Creation of Script based UI Policy and Client Script. Glide Ajax, Glide Form (g_form), Glide User (g_user), Glide Record, Glide System, Glide Element, Glide Aggregate Querying the table by using Glide Record Referencing Glide List Debugging script Creating and customizing UI and pages using Jelly Working with complex Log Files. Render forms, lists, UI Pages, and many other things in *************** with the help of Jelly Designing of Macros and Formatters. User Administration CMDB Update, Troubleshooting, CI Relationship, CI Attribute update Web Service Integration User Interface Level Integration MID Server Integration Use of Import Sets for data loading from external file or database to the *************** Knowledge of ITIL V3 processes. ***We are looking for applicants who have a flair for technology and are willing to take up challenging assignments. ***Cognizant is recognized as a Military Friendly Employer and is a coalition member of the Veteran Jobs Mission. Our Cognizant Veterans Network assists Veterans in building and growing a career at Cognizant that allows them to leverage the leadership, loyalty, integrity, and commitment to excellence instilled in them through participation in military service. **Applicants are required to be eligible to lawfully work in the U.S. immediately; employer will not sponsor applicants for U.S. work authorization (such as an H-1B visa) for this opportunity. 0 % Application Development / Application Maintenance United States-New Jersey-Newark - NJ USA, CLT Full Time Employee Full-time Standard Professional Day Job Oct 31, 2019, 10:21:16 AM IT Infrastructure Services IT Services - United States ()
          

IT / Software / Systems: Chat with Scott about Software Development Engineer! - Relocation Available - 4545271-0 (Newark,NJ) - Newark, New Jersey

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I'm Scott and I'm a sourcing recruiter with AWS! Interested or have questions? Start a chat with me today! All chats are text-based and I'm based on the East Coast (9-5pm ET). I may not respond right away but you can expect a response from me within 24 hours of receiving your message (except weekends). JOB ID: 772049 Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world leader in providing a highly reliable, scalable, low-cost infrastructure platform in the cloud that powers hundreds of thousands of businesses in 190 countries around the world! Passionate about building, owning and operating massively scalable systems? Experienced in building and leading teams of highly competent software engineers? Want to make a billion-dollar impact? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you. The Team: We're an agile, independent team working to build a brand new AWS product. This team is redefining the way AWS designs, builds and operates regions. We deliver products by working backwards from unique customer requirements for broader applicability to AWS' global regions. We are in search of an experienced Software Developer to develop critical products for our customers, and offer excellent technical support. Developers at Amazon work on real world problems on a global scale, own systems end-to-end, and influence the direction of our technology that impacts hundreds of millions of customers around the world. Join a team of passionate, customer obsessed developers that think big and have fun. BASIC QUALIFICATIONS BS degree or higher in Computer Science, Engineering or related field. 3+ years of professional experience with modern programming languages (eg. Java, JavaScript, C/C++) and open-source technologies (Linux, Spring) 3+ years of professional experience designing and developing large-scale, distributed software applications, tools, systems and services using such as Java, C#, or C++, and Object-Oriented Design. 1-2+ years experience developing prototypes for each phase of development, from startup through launch and beyond. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Experience developing software services and knowledge of design for scalability, performance and reliability Experience with distributed (multi-tiered) systems, algorithms, and relational databases Experience in communicating with end users, technical teams and senior management to collect requirements, define software product features, technical designs and product strategy Ability to synthesize requirements underlying feature requests, recommend alternative technical and business approaches, and facilitate engineering efforts to meet aggressive timelines. Knowledge of professional software engineering practices & best practices for full software development life cycle, including coding standards, code reviews, source control management, continuous deployments, testing and operations Intermediate to advanced knowledge of computer networking and information security Demonstrated ability to mentor junior software engineers in all aspects of their engineering skill-sets 2+ years of AWS experience Meets/exceeds Amazon's leadership principles requirements for this role Meets/exceeds Amazon's functional/technical depth and complexity for this role *Please email AWS Sourcing Recruiter, Scott Korkowski (...@amazon.com) if you have questions. Amazon is an Equal Opportunity - Affirmative Action Employer - Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age. **For more information on Amazon Web Services, please visit Associated topics: .net, back end, c c++, devops, php, python, sde, software developer, software development engineer, sw ()
          

Professions: Seasonal Warehousing Worker - Newark, New Jersey

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Warehouse/Shopper Team Member (Seasonal, Part-Time, Full-Time, Flexible Hours) Shifts: Overnight, Sunrise, Day, Evening, Weekend Location Weehawken Job opportunities vary by location. We update postings daily with open positions. Salary Earn $15.00 Job Description Find the right Amazon opportunity for you this holiday season. Fulfillment Centers --- Work inside an Amazon warehouse, selecting, packing and shipping customer orders. If you like a fast-paced, physical position that gets you up and moving, then come help bring orders to life. Work a set, full-time schedule. Shift options include overnight and days, and usually at least one weekend day. FULFILLMENT CENTERS (MERCH) - Merch by Amazon gives artists, game developers, and content creators a platform for selling original designs---art printed directly onto T-shirts---as Amazon products. A Merch by Amazon team member works in a warehouse, selecting, packing, and shipping customer T-shirt orders. In addition to standard fulfillment center tasks, team members learn how to operate a garment press and a T-shirt folding machine, and work in a fast-paced environment for up to 12-hour shifts. Delivery Stations --- Amazon's delivery stations are the final stop before an order heads out for delivery to the customer's door. In this active job you sort packages into delivery routes. To ensure we meet customer-promised delivery times during the day, you'll work overnight or sunrise shifts. Every week you'll work up to 19 hours on 4-6 hour shifts. DELIVERY STATIONS (Heavy Bulky) --- This is the final stop for larger items, like large screen TVs, furniture, and refrigerators, before they head out for delivery to the customers' doors. In this active job, you will sort our heavier and bulkier packages into delivery routes. Our teams work overnight shifts to meet customer-promised delivery times during the day. You'll work up to 19 hours per week on the days you choose. Sort Centers --- It's no small job to get every order from click to customer door. Our sort centers are the first stop on the journey from the warehouse. You'll be up on your feet moving and sorting packages between trucks. These are part-time opportunities with a consistent schedule of 25-35 hours per week. PRIME NOW WAREHOUSES --- Prime Now is Amazon's super-fast (2 hours or less) delivery service. Enjoy the thrill of working with a small team to select and pack orders, and get items ready for delivery in an hour. Since orders may include fresh and frozen items, it can be cool in the warehouse. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. WHOLE FOODS SHOPPERS --- Prime Now offers shopping services from Whole Foods Market, so customers can order online and have items delivered in under two hours. As a Shopper, you'll work in a grocery store setting at Whole Foods, locating and carefully selecting items and packaging them for delivery. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. PRIME PANTRY WAREHOUSES - Prime Pantry brings items like cereal, snacks, baby products, and household supplies right to customers' doors. You will work alongside Amazon Kiva Robots to receive and stow products and package customer orders to get them to their destination. You may operate carts and hand trucks to move items around the facilities. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. Full-time roles with set schedules are also available. Apply now. No resume or interview. You could start earning in as soon as 2-3 weeks after you complete your application. Amazon is an Equal Opportunity Employer --- Minority / Women / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age PandoLogic.Category: Logistics, Keywords: Warehouse Worker ()
          

Professions: Warehouse Associate - Newark, New Jersey

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Warehouse/Shopper Team Member (Seasonal, Part-Time, Full-Time, Flexible Hours) Shifts: Overnight, Sunrise, Day, Evening, Weekend Location Weehawken Job opportunities vary by location. We update postings daily with open positions. Salary Earn $15.00 Job Description Find the right Amazon opportunity for you this holiday season. Fulfillment Centers --- Work inside an Amazon warehouse, selecting, packing and shipping customer orders. If you like a fast-paced, physical position that gets you up and moving, then come help bring orders to life. Work a set, full-time schedule. Shift options include overnight and days, and usually at least one weekend day. FULFILLMENT CENTERS (MERCH) - Merch by Amazon gives artists, game developers, and content creators a platform for selling original designs---art printed directly onto T-shirts---as Amazon products. A Merch by Amazon team member works in a warehouse, selecting, packing, and shipping customer T-shirt orders. In addition to standard fulfillment center tasks, team members learn how to operate a garment press and a T-shirt folding machine, and work in a fast-paced environment for up to 12-hour shifts. Delivery Stations --- Amazon's delivery stations are the final stop before an order heads out for delivery to the customer's door. In this active job you sort packages into delivery routes. To ensure we meet customer-promised delivery times during the day, you'll work overnight or sunrise shifts. Every week you'll work up to 19 hours on 4-6 hour shifts. DELIVERY STATIONS (Heavy Bulky) --- This is the final stop for larger items, like large screen TVs, furniture, and refrigerators, before they head out for delivery to the customers' doors. In this active job, you will sort our heavier and bulkier packages into delivery routes. Our teams work overnight shifts to meet customer-promised delivery times during the day. You'll work up to 19 hours per week on the days you choose. Sort Centers --- It's no small job to get every order from click to customer door. Our sort centers are the first stop on the journey from the warehouse. You'll be up on your feet moving and sorting packages between trucks. These are part-time opportunities with a consistent schedule of 25-35 hours per week. PRIME NOW WAREHOUSES --- Prime Now is Amazon's super-fast (2 hours or less) delivery service. Enjoy the thrill of working with a small team to select and pack orders, and get items ready for delivery in an hour. Since orders may include fresh and frozen items, it can be cool in the warehouse. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. WHOLE FOODS SHOPPERS --- Prime Now offers shopping services from Whole Foods Market, so customers can order online and have items delivered in under two hours. As a Shopper, you'll work in a grocery store setting at Whole Foods, locating and carefully selecting items and packaging them for delivery. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. PRIME PANTRY WAREHOUSES - Prime Pantry brings items like cereal, snacks, baby products, and household supplies right to customers' doors. You will work alongside Amazon Kiva Robots to receive and stow products and package customer orders to get them to their destination. You may operate carts and hand trucks to move items around the facilities. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. Full-time roles with set schedules are also available. Apply now. No resume or interview. You could start earning in as soon as 2-3 weeks after you complete your application. Amazon is an Equal Opportunity Employer --- Minority / Women / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age PandoLogic.Category: Logistics, Keywords: Warehouse Worker ()
          

IT / Software / Systems: Software Development Engineer - Relocation Available - 823595-0 (Newark,NJ) - Newark, New Jersey

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DESCRIPTION Do you want to share your passion for technology? Are you looking for your next challenge? Join us in building and maintaining the learning systems that are reaching millions of AWS Customers, Partners, and Users as they learn how to maximize tools, services, and offerings in Amazon Web Services (AWS). We are constantly evolving our core capabilities including our Learning Management System (LMS), Learning Record Store (LRS), and Learning Content Management Store (LCMS), among others to enable our customers in their journey to gain technical expertise. Your role as a Software Development Engineer will be to bring your expertise in architecture and design, and your ability to dive deep into the most complex technical problems to the forefront as you help bring our learning tools to the next level of customer delight. You will support existing systems looking to enhance functionality, increase scale, and transform in new ways to meet our customer demands. You will also create new services and capabilities to meet emerging needs as our business grows. Your knowledge of full stack development and architecture will be key as we ensure we meet our challenges from the user experience through to our data layer at Amazon scale. You and your team will look to maximize the very technology stack they enable our customers to learn. You will work with some of the best and brightest as you grow into a Technical Leader in a group of junior through senior level developers. This is a unique opportunity to contribute in building Service Oriented Architecture-based applications, e-Commerce solutions and many more using cutting-edge technologies. We are looking for highly motivated engineers to bring in their ideas and experience to help us reach our goals. Responsibilities Design, develop, and maintain large scale web and API applications on AWS focusing on performance, scalability and stability Integrate our systems with core Amazon services for e-commerce, identity, security, etc. Contribute to ideating new services to support products and initiatives across our AWS Learning Services space Work closely with business stakeholders to understand their requirements, and identify opportunities to improve business processes through software automation Collaborate on our technology roadmap, turn visions into reality. Participate in Agile development BASIC QUALIFICATIONS 3+ years of non-internship professional software-development experience 2+ years programming experience with at least one modern language such as Java, C++, or C# including object-oriented design 1+ years of experience contributing to the architecture and design (architecture, design patterns, reliability and scaling) of new current systems PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Strong knowledge of Computer Science fundamentals in object-oriented design, data structures, algorithm design, problem solving, and complexity analysis Knowledge of, at least, one modern programming language such as C, C++, Java, or Perl Experience building complex software systems that have been successfully delivered to customers Knowledge of professional software engineering practices & best practices for the full software development life cycle, including coding standards, code reviews, source control management, build processes, testing, and operations Ability to take a project from scoping requirements through actual launch of the project Experience in communicating with users, other technical teams, and management to collect requirements, describe software product features, and technical designs Meets/exceeds Amazon's leadership principles requirements for this role Meets/exceeds Amazon's functional/technical depth and complexity for this role Amazon.com is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer - Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation. Job details Herndon Area, VA Washington, DC - Greater Metro Area Software Development Associated topics: algorithm, application, backend, c++, devops, java, matlab, programming, sdet, software engineer ()
          

IT / Software / Systems: Junior Software Developer Job posting in #Newark #ITjobs - Newark, New Jersey

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Revature is the fastest growing employer of emerging technology talent in the US and we are currently looking to hire over 100 new Software Engineers. Our Software Engineers design, analyze and build next-gen software systems, including business applications, games, computer applications, middleware, and network control systems across a variety of industries, including finance, insurance, retail, healthcare and government. Revature has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Money, Time, on MSN, and was recently named as one of the 8 Cool Companies to to With Awesome Benefits by Glassdoor. Join us and be part of the next generation of Software Engineers. Interviews are starting now! What We Are Looking For: - 0-3 years experience - Solid foundational knowledge of SQL - A natural problem solver - Strong communication and interpersonal skills - Ability to relocate - Eligible to work in the US Revature is not currently sponsoring work visas or transfers at this time. What We Offer: - Competitive Salary - Relocation Assistance - Corporate Housing - Health, Vision and Dental Insurance - Paid Time Off - Enterprise level development training - Life Insurance - 401K - Mentoring and on-going support throughout your entire Revature career - Experience with one of the world's largest and most reputable companies in the US Suitable candidates are encouraged to apply immediately Not Mentioned ()
          

Professions: Seasonal Warehouse Attendant - Newark, New Jersey

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Warehouse/Shopper Team Member (Seasonal, Part-Time, Full-Time, Flexible Hours) Shifts: Overnight, Sunrise, Day, Evening, Weekend Location Weehawken Job opportunities vary by location. We update postings daily with open positions. Salary Earn $15.00 Job Description Find the right Amazon opportunity for you this holiday season. Fulfillment Centers --- Work inside an Amazon warehouse, selecting, packing and shipping customer orders. If you like a fast-paced, physical position that gets you up and moving, then come help bring orders to life. Work a set, full-time schedule. Shift options include overnight and days, and usually at least one weekend day. FULFILLMENT CENTERS (MERCH) - Merch by Amazon gives artists, game developers, and content creators a platform for selling original designs---art printed directly onto T-shirts---as Amazon products. A Merch by Amazon team member works in a warehouse, selecting, packing, and shipping customer T-shirt orders. In addition to standard fulfillment center tasks, team members learn how to operate a garment press and a T-shirt folding machine, and work in a fast-paced environment for up to 12-hour shifts. Delivery Stations --- Amazon's delivery stations are the final stop before an order heads out for delivery to the customer's door. In this active job you sort packages into delivery routes. To ensure we meet customer-promised delivery times during the day, you'll work overnight or sunrise shifts. Every week you'll work up to 19 hours on 4-6 hour shifts. DELIVERY STATIONS (Heavy Bulky) --- This is the final stop for larger items, like large screen TVs, furniture, and refrigerators, before they head out for delivery to the customers' doors. In this active job, you will sort our heavier and bulkier packages into delivery routes. Our teams work overnight shifts to meet customer-promised delivery times during the day. You'll work up to 19 hours per week on the days you choose. Sort Centers --- It's no small job to get every order from click to customer door. Our sort centers are the first stop on the journey from the warehouse. You'll be up on your feet moving and sorting packages between trucks. These are part-time opportunities with a consistent schedule of 25-35 hours per week. PRIME NOW WAREHOUSES --- Prime Now is Amazon's super-fast (2 hours or less) delivery service. Enjoy the thrill of working with a small team to select and pack orders, and get items ready for delivery in an hour. Since orders may include fresh and frozen items, it can be cool in the warehouse. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. WHOLE FOODS SHOPPERS --- Prime Now offers shopping services from Whole Foods Market, so customers can order online and have items delivered in under two hours. As a Shopper, you'll work in a grocery store setting at Whole Foods, locating and carefully selecting items and packaging them for delivery. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. PRIME PANTRY WAREHOUSES - Prime Pantry brings items like cereal, snacks, baby products, and household supplies right to customers' doors. You will work alongside Amazon Kiva Robots to receive and stow products and package customer orders to get them to their destination. You may operate carts and hand trucks to move items around the facilities. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. Full-time roles with set schedules are also available. Apply now. No resume or interview. You could start earning in as soon as 2-3 weeks after you complete your application. Amazon is an Equal Opportunity Employer --- Minority / Women / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age PandoLogic.Category: Logistics, Keywords: Warehouse Worker ()
          

IT / Software / Systems: Oracle Developer - 6+ month RTH - F2F is a MUST - Newark, New Jersey

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Our Direct Client located in Newark, NJ is seeking a Senior Oracle PL/SQL Developer (12c) for a 6+ contract to possible hire opportunity. The ideal candidate must have solid financial services experience (Forecasting) AND Oracle 12c. Outstanding communication skills is A MUST. The client would require a face to face in Newark, NJ- NO PHONE/WEBEX - Locals ONLY PLEASE! We can work on C2C and W2. - the client does not provide us with a rate range so let's discuss your desired rate. THIRD PARTIES - NO CALLS PLEASE Please let me know if you are available and send an updated word copy of your resume along with visa status, current location and best time for us to speak. Title: Oracle Developer - RTH Position Type: Right to Hire Location: Newark, NJ, United States Job Description: The candidate will be a seasoned hands-on technologist with strong background in designing, developing and maintaining enterprise-scale solutions. The candidate will have expertise in Oracle Database technologies and change management best practices. He/She will be a part of a team responsible for the full software development lifecycle of components of the Forecast Financial Balances platform. The candidate will also work collaboratively with a broader technology organization to ensure solutions integrate with other components of the architecture, meet high technical quality standards and follow software development best practices. Our client is looking for a motivated and bright individual who thrives in a dynamic environment, is comfortable contributing fresh ideas, and welcomes learning opportunities. Initiative, ownership, strong analytical and communication skills are important to success in the role. Key Responsibilities: Develops PL/SQL code in Oracle to create tables, views, functions, packages and stored procedures Troubleshoots and resolves production tickets in a timely manner Attends weekly status meetings with the development, functional and project management teams to discuss status, project timelines and testing strategies Puts in bug fixes, co-ordinate with operations, functional, business, testing, infrastructure and change management teams Works closely with business analysts to clarify requirements, troubleshoot issues, provide testing support and generally translate requirements into code Collects and document requirements for new forecasting models Qualifications: 7+ years of relevant software development experience Bachelor's or master's degree required preferably in Computer Science or related engineering discipline 7+ years hands on experience with Oracle (12c) PL/SQL - developing functions, packages, stored procedures, tables, views and other database objects Strong communication, inter-personal and collaboration skills Driven, self-motivated, able to multi-task and work under pressure Keeps up to date on emerging technologies ()
          

IT / Software / Systems: Chat with Scott about Software Development Engineer - Relocation Available - 4545850-0 - Newark, New Jersey

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I'm Scott and I'm a sourcing recruiter with AWS! Interested or have questions? Start a chat with me today! All chats are text-based and I'm based on the East Coast (9-5pmET). I may not respond right away but you can expect a response from me within 24 hours of receiving your message (except weekends). JOB ID:868169 Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world leader in providing a highly reliable, scalable, low-cost infrastructure platform in the cloud that powers hundreds of thousands of businesses in 190 countries around the world! The Operations Excellence team is driving the building of tools and services to help further Operational Excellence in the Region Services GovCloud Organization and across AWS. We are building software/systems with the best practices in development of systems, including various forms of testing, monitoring and documenting. OE Tools Team is building a Zero - Administration tooling system(s) and self - help tools for AWS Services. We look for automation first (preventative), mechanization second (proactive), and tooling last (reactive). This team will lead the design and development of new tools and services in Operational Excellence in our GovCloud as well as new features for existing tools across AWS development teams. Passionate about building, owning and operating massively scalable systems? Experienced in building and leading teams of highly competent software engineers? Want to make a billion-dollar impact? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you. The Team: We're an agile, independent team working to build a brand new AWS product. We need developers who are capable of breaking down and solving complex problems. This team will have the opportunity to work on highly visible projects that directly impact hundreds of other teams at Amazon. Developers at Amazon work on real world problems on a global scale, own their systems end-to-end, and influence the direction of our technology that impacts hundreds of millions customers around the world. Join a team of super smart, customer obsessed developers that think big and have fun. This position requires that the candidate selected be a U.S. citizen and obtain and maintain an active TS/SCI security clearance with polygraph. BASIC QUALIFICATIONS This position requires that the candidate selected be a U.S. citizen and obtain and maintain an active TS/SCI security clearance with polygraph. 5+ years professional experience in commercial/large scale system software development and delivery. 5+ years experience with object-oriented design and implementation skills (Java, Ruby), preferably on Linux. 3+ years experience leading delivery of large scale, distributed, high quality systems. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor's Degree or higher in Computer Science, Engineering or related field. Experience developing distributed system software Experience with API development Experience building new products and services from the ground up. Experience with Java, Ruby and/or Python. Intermediate to advanced knowledge of computer networking and information security. Experience developing prototypes at the right level of fidelity for each phase of development, from startup through launch and beyond. Communication skills; you will be required to proactively engage fellow Amazonians both inside and outside of your team. Experience with distributed (multi-tiered) systems, algorithms, and relational databases. Ability to effectively articulate technical challenges and solutions. Deal well with ambiguous/undefined problems; ability to think abstractly. Ability to synthesize requirements underlying feature requests, recommend alternative technical and business approaches, and facilitate engineering efforts to meet aggressive timelines. Expertise in software processes, web services, multi-tiered systems, and enterprise application integration. Experience mentoring/training the engineering community on complex technical issues. Meets/exceeds Amazon's leadership principles requirements for this role Meets/exceeds Amazon's functional/technical depth and complexity for this role *Please email AWS Sourcing Recruiter, Scott Korkowski (...@amazon.com) if you have questions. Amazon is an Equal Opportunity - Affirmative Action Employer - Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age. **For more information on Amazon Web Services, please visit Associated topics: algorithm, back end, c c++, c++, devops, java, matlab, perl, programming, software development engineer ()
          

Professions: Amazon Warehousing Worker - Newark, New Jersey

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Warehouse/Shopper Team Member (Seasonal, Part-Time, Full-Time, Flexible Hours) Shifts: Overnight, Sunrise, Day, Evening, Weekend Location Weehawken Job opportunities vary by location. We update postings daily with open positions. Salary Earn $15.00 Job Description Find the right Amazon opportunity for you this holiday season. Fulfillment Centers --- Work inside an Amazon warehouse, selecting, packing and shipping customer orders. If you like a fast-paced, physical position that gets you up and moving, then come help bring orders to life. Work a set, full-time schedule. Shift options include overnight and days, and usually at least one weekend day. FULFILLMENT CENTERS (MERCH) - Merch by Amazon gives artists, game developers, and content creators a platform for selling original designs---art printed directly onto T-shirts---as Amazon products. A Merch by Amazon team member works in a warehouse, selecting, packing, and shipping customer T-shirt orders. In addition to standard fulfillment center tasks, team members learn how to operate a garment press and a T-shirt folding machine, and work in a fast-paced environment for up to 12-hour shifts. Delivery Stations --- Amazon's delivery stations are the final stop before an order heads out for delivery to the customer's door. In this active job you sort packages into delivery routes. To ensure we meet customer-promised delivery times during the day, you'll work overnight or sunrise shifts. Every week you'll work up to 19 hours on 4-6 hour shifts. DELIVERY STATIONS (Heavy Bulky) --- This is the final stop for larger items, like large screen TVs, furniture, and refrigerators, before they head out for delivery to the customers' doors. In this active job, you will sort our heavier and bulkier packages into delivery routes. Our teams work overnight shifts to meet customer-promised delivery times during the day. You'll work up to 19 hours per week on the days you choose. Sort Centers --- It's no small job to get every order from click to customer door. Our sort centers are the first stop on the journey from the warehouse. You'll be up on your feet moving and sorting packages between trucks. These are part-time opportunities with a consistent schedule of 25-35 hours per week. PRIME NOW WAREHOUSES --- Prime Now is Amazon's super-fast (2 hours or less) delivery service. Enjoy the thrill of working with a small team to select and pack orders, and get items ready for delivery in an hour. Since orders may include fresh and frozen items, it can be cool in the warehouse. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. WHOLE FOODS SHOPPERS --- Prime Now offers shopping services from Whole Foods Market, so customers can order online and have items delivered in under two hours. As a Shopper, you'll work in a grocery store setting at Whole Foods, locating and carefully selecting items and packaging them for delivery. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. PRIME PANTRY WAREHOUSES - Prime Pantry brings items like cereal, snacks, baby products, and household supplies right to customers' doors. You will work alongside Amazon Kiva Robots to receive and stow products and package customer orders to get them to their destination. You may operate carts and hand trucks to move items around the facilities. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. Full-time roles with set schedules are also available. Apply now. No resume or interview. You could start earning in as soon as 2-3 weeks after you complete your application. Amazon is an Equal Opportunity Employer --- Minority / Women / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age PandoLogic.Category: Logistics, Keywords: Warehouse Worker ()
          

IT / Software / Systems: Senior Software Development Engineer - Relocation Available - 728469-0 (Newark,NJ) - Newark, New Jersey

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DESCRIPTION Have questions about this role? Start a chat with the recruiter today! Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world leader in providing a highly reliable, scalable, low-cost infrastructure platform in the cloud that powers hundreds of thousands of businesses in 190 countries around the world! Passionate about building, owning and operating massively scalable systems? Experienced in building and leading teams of highly competent software engineers? Want to make a billion-dollar impact? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you. The Team: We're an agile, independent team working to build a brand new AWS product. We need developers who are capable of breaking down and solving complex problems. This team will have the opportunity to work on highly visible projects that directly impact hundreds of other teams at Amazon. Developers at Amazon work on real world problems on a global scale, own their systems end-to-end, and influence the direction of our technology that impacts hundreds of millions customers around the world. Join a team of super smart, customer obsessed developers that think big and have fun. BASIC QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or related field or equivalent work experience 7+ years professional experience in software development PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Strong knowledge of Computer Science fundamentals in object-oriented design, data structures, algorithm design, problem solving, and complexity analysis Knowledge of, at least, one modern programming language such as C, C++, Java, or Perl Experience developing complex software systems that have been successfully delivered to customers Knowledge of professional software engineering practices & best practices for the full software development life cycle, including coding standards, code reviews, source control management, build processes, testing, and operations Ability to take a project from scoping requirements through actual launch of the project Experience in communicating with users, other technical teams, and management to collect requirements, describe software product features, and technical designs Experiencing mentoring junior software development engineers and driving engineering excellence Meets/exceeds Amazon's leadership principles requirements for this role Meets/exceeds Amazon's functional/technical depth and complexity for this role *Please email AWS Sourcing Recruiter, Scott Korkowski (...@amazon.com) if you have questions. Amazon is an Equal Opportunity - Affirmative Action Employer - Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age. **For more information on Amazon Web Services, please visit Job details Seattle, Washington Software Development Associated topics: .net, backend, c#, developer, java, matlab, python, software developer, software development engineer, software programmer ()
          

Professions: Amazon Warehouse Operator - Newark, New Jersey

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Warehouse/Shopper Team Member (Seasonal, Part-Time, Full-Time, Flexible Hours) Shifts: Overnight, Sunrise, Day, Evening, Weekend Location Weehawken Job opportunities vary by location. We update postings daily with open positions. Salary Earn $15.00 Job Description Find the right Amazon opportunity for you this holiday season. Fulfillment Centers --- Work inside an Amazon warehouse, selecting, packing and shipping customer orders. If you like a fast-paced, physical position that gets you up and moving, then come help bring orders to life. Work a set, full-time schedule. Shift options include overnight and days, and usually at least one weekend day. FULFILLMENT CENTERS (MERCH) - Merch by Amazon gives artists, game developers, and content creators a platform for selling original designs---art printed directly onto T-shirts---as Amazon products. A Merch by Amazon team member works in a warehouse, selecting, packing, and shipping customer T-shirt orders. In addition to standard fulfillment center tasks, team members learn how to operate a garment press and a T-shirt folding machine, and work in a fast-paced environment for up to 12-hour shifts. Delivery Stations --- Amazon's delivery stations are the final stop before an order heads out for delivery to the customer's door. In this active job you sort packages into delivery routes. To ensure we meet customer-promised delivery times during the day, you'll work overnight or sunrise shifts. Every week you'll work up to 19 hours on 4-6 hour shifts. DELIVERY STATIONS (Heavy Bulky) --- This is the final stop for larger items, like large screen TVs, furniture, and refrigerators, before they head out for delivery to the customers' doors. In this active job, you will sort our heavier and bulkier packages into delivery routes. Our teams work overnight shifts to meet customer-promised delivery times during the day. You'll work up to 19 hours per week on the days you choose. Sort Centers --- It's no small job to get every order from click to customer door. Our sort centers are the first stop on the journey from the warehouse. You'll be up on your feet moving and sorting packages between trucks. These are part-time opportunities with a consistent schedule of 25-35 hours per week. PRIME NOW WAREHOUSES --- Prime Now is Amazon's super-fast (2 hours or less) delivery service. Enjoy the thrill of working with a small team to select and pack orders, and get items ready for delivery in an hour. Since orders may include fresh and frozen items, it can be cool in the warehouse. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. WHOLE FOODS SHOPPERS --- Prime Now offers shopping services from Whole Foods Market, so customers can order online and have items delivered in under two hours. As a Shopper, you'll work in a grocery store setting at Whole Foods, locating and carefully selecting items and packaging them for delivery. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. PRIME PANTRY WAREHOUSES - Prime Pantry brings items like cereal, snacks, baby products, and household supplies right to customers' doors. You will work alongside Amazon Kiva Robots to receive and stow products and package customer orders to get them to their destination. You may operate carts and hand trucks to move items around the facilities. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. Full-time roles with set schedules are also available. Apply now. No resume or interview. You could start earning in as soon as 2-3 weeks after you complete your application. Amazon is an Equal Opportunity Employer --- Minority / Women / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age PandoLogic.Category: Logistics, Keywords: Warehouse Worker ()
          

Professions: Warehouse Worker - Newark, New Jersey

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Warehouse/Shopper Team Member (Seasonal, Part-Time, Full-Time, Flexible Hours) Shifts: Overnight, Sunrise, Day, Evening, Weekend Location Weehawken Job opportunities vary by location. We update postings daily with open positions. Salary Earn $15.00 Job Description Find the right Amazon opportunity for you this holiday season. Fulfillment Centers --- Work inside an Amazon warehouse, selecting, packing and shipping customer orders. If you like a fast-paced, physical position that gets you up and moving, then come help bring orders to life. Work a set, full-time schedule. Shift options include overnight and days, and usually at least one weekend day. FULFILLMENT CENTERS (MERCH) - Merch by Amazon gives artists, game developers, and content creators a platform for selling original designs---art printed directly onto T-shirts---as Amazon products. A Merch by Amazon team member works in a warehouse, selecting, packing, and shipping customer T-shirt orders. In addition to standard fulfillment center tasks, team members learn how to operate a garment press and a T-shirt folding machine, and work in a fast-paced environment for up to 12-hour shifts. Delivery Stations --- Amazon's delivery stations are the final stop before an order heads out for delivery to the customer's door. In this active job you sort packages into delivery routes. To ensure we meet customer-promised delivery times during the day, you'll work overnight or sunrise shifts. Every week you'll work up to 19 hours on 4-6 hour shifts. DELIVERY STATIONS (Heavy Bulky) --- This is the final stop for larger items, like large screen TVs, furniture, and refrigerators, before they head out for delivery to the customers' doors. In this active job, you will sort our heavier and bulkier packages into delivery routes. Our teams work overnight shifts to meet customer-promised delivery times during the day. You'll work up to 19 hours per week on the days you choose. Sort Centers --- It's no small job to get every order from click to customer door. Our sort centers are the first stop on the journey from the warehouse. You'll be up on your feet moving and sorting packages between trucks. These are part-time opportunities with a consistent schedule of 25-35 hours per week. PRIME NOW WAREHOUSES --- Prime Now is Amazon's super-fast (2 hours or less) delivery service. Enjoy the thrill of working with a small team to select and pack orders, and get items ready for delivery in an hour. Since orders may include fresh and frozen items, it can be cool in the warehouse. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. WHOLE FOODS SHOPPERS --- Prime Now offers shopping services from Whole Foods Market, so customers can order online and have items delivered in under two hours. As a Shopper, you'll work in a grocery store setting at Whole Foods, locating and carefully selecting items and packaging them for delivery. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. PRIME PANTRY WAREHOUSES - Prime Pantry brings items like cereal, snacks, baby products, and household supplies right to customers' doors. You will work alongside Amazon Kiva Robots to receive and stow products and package customer orders to get them to their destination. You may operate carts and hand trucks to move items around the facilities. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. Full-time roles with set schedules are also available. Apply now. No resume or interview. You could start earning in as soon as 2-3 weeks after you complete your application. Amazon is an Equal Opportunity Employer --- Minority / Women / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age PandoLogic.Category: Logistics, Keywords: Warehouse Worker ()
          

Professions: Software Quality Assurance Analyst III - Newark, New Jersey

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RESPONSIBILITIES:Kforce has a client in search of a Software Quality Assurance Analyst III in Princeton, New Jersey (NJ).Summary:The Software QA Analyst creates and implements testing procedures that ensure the integrity and quality of software systems released into production. This role provides technical expertise for software testing projects and operations. The Software QA Analyst works with business analysts, software developers, and other project stakeholders in all phases of the software development life cycle and ensures that all internally developed software is free from defects, complies with functional specifications and meets or exceeds end-user requirements.Responsibilities:* Conduct daily test activities for assigned area or applications* Employ testing criteria in the review and approval of business requirements, functional specifications, and systems design* Design, develop and execute test plans and test cases* Provide timely and relevant communication on test findings to key stakeholders* Create testing techniques, tools and development functions related to test analysis, scripting and execution* Identify and prepare the appropriate data for testing, and prepare that data for the test cases in partnership with business and technology leads* Monitor the integrity and accuracy of the testing strategy* Assess risks to quality by applying various verification and validation techniques* Determine the acceptable range for test results and performance* Monitor, update, and audit Software Testing and Quality Assurance processes* Participate in QA metrics/reporting and departmental support throughout the organization* Work with Development and the Business Technology Liaison and Business areas to mitigate defect escalations and rejections* Assess and revise test sequence and scope based upon test results and/or changes in product design* Produce documents related to test procedures, defect findings & test summary reportsREQUIREMENTS:* Mainframe, MVS COBOL, TSO/ISPF, JCL, Mainframe Utilities (i.e. Sort, Iebgener), knowledge and hands on experience required* Knack of exploratory testing experience working with DB2 creating SQL queries and analyzing THE DB2 errors as well as hands on IDMS Database experience, including OLQ Experience with Agile Methodologies* Experience in writing the test plans, test cases, developing test scripts, and defect reports RTM in conformance with organizational best practices* Should be able to work with clients, BSAS, and the development team's software testing, creation of test scenarios, executing test cases, analysis of test results, etc.* Knowledge of SDLC process, knowledge of JIRA/ZEPHYR/Confluence* Effective communication skills (written and oral), adaptability, flexibility, self-motivation, problem solving, analytical thinking, time management, ability to work effectively in a stressful environmentKforce is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status. - provided by Dice ()
          

Engineering: Senior Lead Azure Cloud Engineer - Newark, New Jersey

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RESPONSIBILITIES:Kforce has a client in search of a Senior Lead Azure Cloud Engineer in Florham Park, New Jersey (NJ).Summary:The Senior Engineer will work with the digital application teams to ensure application design fits cloud application development best practices. The Senior Engineer will design and follow best practices, standards and guidelines for external cloud platforms.Responsibilities:* Collaborate with various Digital, Data, and business-facing groups in the organization to identify new requirements and desired enhancements* Work with internal partners for the development of new cloud applications or enhancements of existing applications for cloud* Manage and supervise vendor relationships, including managed service providers and software vendors* Ensure that disaster recovery plan is in place and viableREQUIREMENTS:* 7+ years of relevant work experience* Microsoft Azure Administrator, Microsoft Azure Developer or AWS Associate certification* Demonstrates proven thorough knowledge and success managing client engagements relating to the creation of business processes and enterprise cloud solutions, including the following: Requirements analysis, design, implementation, and migration for business partners* Cloud certification or other applicable certifications desirableKforce is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status. - provided by Dice ()
          

Professions: Amazon Warehouse Attendant - Newark, New Jersey

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Warehouse/Shopper Team Member (Seasonal, Part-Time, Full-Time, Flexible Hours) Shifts: Overnight, Sunrise, Day, Evening, Weekend Location Weehawken Job opportunities vary by location. We update postings daily with open positions. Salary Earn $15.00 Job Description Find the right Amazon opportunity for you this holiday season. Fulfillment Centers --- Work inside an Amazon warehouse, selecting, packing and shipping customer orders. If you like a fast-paced, physical position that gets you up and moving, then come help bring orders to life. Work a set, full-time schedule. Shift options include overnight and days, and usually at least one weekend day. FULFILLMENT CENTERS (MERCH) - Merch by Amazon gives artists, game developers, and content creators a platform for selling original designs---art printed directly onto T-shirts---as Amazon products. A Merch by Amazon team member works in a warehouse, selecting, packing, and shipping customer T-shirt orders. In addition to standard fulfillment center tasks, team members learn how to operate a garment press and a T-shirt folding machine, and work in a fast-paced environment for up to 12-hour shifts. Delivery Stations --- Amazon's delivery stations are the final stop before an order heads out for delivery to the customer's door. In this active job you sort packages into delivery routes. To ensure we meet customer-promised delivery times during the day, you'll work overnight or sunrise shifts. Every week you'll work up to 19 hours on 4-6 hour shifts. DELIVERY STATIONS (Heavy Bulky) --- This is the final stop for larger items, like large screen TVs, furniture, and refrigerators, before they head out for delivery to the customers' doors. In this active job, you will sort our heavier and bulkier packages into delivery routes. Our teams work overnight shifts to meet customer-promised delivery times during the day. You'll work up to 19 hours per week on the days you choose. Sort Centers --- It's no small job to get every order from click to customer door. Our sort centers are the first stop on the journey from the warehouse. You'll be up on your feet moving and sorting packages between trucks. These are part-time opportunities with a consistent schedule of 25-35 hours per week. PRIME NOW WAREHOUSES --- Prime Now is Amazon's super-fast (2 hours or less) delivery service. Enjoy the thrill of working with a small team to select and pack orders, and get items ready for delivery in an hour. Since orders may include fresh and frozen items, it can be cool in the warehouse. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. WHOLE FOODS SHOPPERS --- Prime Now offers shopping services from Whole Foods Market, so customers can order online and have items delivered in under two hours. As a Shopper, you'll work in a grocery store setting at Whole Foods, locating and carefully selecting items and packaging them for delivery. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. PRIME PANTRY WAREHOUSES - Prime Pantry brings items like cereal, snacks, baby products, and household supplies right to customers' doors. You will work alongside Amazon Kiva Robots to receive and stow products and package customer orders to get them to their destination. You may operate carts and hand trucks to move items around the facilities. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. Full-time roles with set schedules are also available. Apply now. No resume or interview. You could start earning in as soon as 2-3 weeks after you complete your application. Amazon is an Equal Opportunity Employer --- Minority / Women / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age PandoLogic.Category: Logistics, Keywords: Warehouse Worker ()
          

Professions: Warehouse Team Member - Newark, New Jersey

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Warehouse/Shopper Team Member (Seasonal, Part-Time, Full-Time, Flexible Hours) Shifts: Overnight, Sunrise, Day, Evening, Weekend Location Weehawken Job opportunities vary by location. We update postings daily with open positions. Salary Earn $15.00 Job Description Find the right Amazon opportunity for you this holiday season. Fulfillment Centers --- Work inside an Amazon warehouse, selecting, packing and shipping customer orders. If you like a fast-paced, physical position that gets you up and moving, then come help bring orders to life. Work a set, full-time schedule. Shift options include overnight and days, and usually at least one weekend day. FULFILLMENT CENTERS (MERCH) - Merch by Amazon gives artists, game developers, and content creators a platform for selling original designs---art printed directly onto T-shirts---as Amazon products. A Merch by Amazon team member works in a warehouse, selecting, packing, and shipping customer T-shirt orders. In addition to standard fulfillment center tasks, team members learn how to operate a garment press and a T-shirt folding machine, and work in a fast-paced environment for up to 12-hour shifts. Delivery Stations --- Amazon's delivery stations are the final stop before an order heads out for delivery to the customer's door. In this active job you sort packages into delivery routes. To ensure we meet customer-promised delivery times during the day, you'll work overnight or sunrise shifts. Every week you'll work up to 19 hours on 4-6 hour shifts. DELIVERY STATIONS (Heavy Bulky) --- This is the final stop for larger items, like large screen TVs, furniture, and refrigerators, before they head out for delivery to the customers' doors. In this active job, you will sort our heavier and bulkier packages into delivery routes. Our teams work overnight shifts to meet customer-promised delivery times during the day. You'll work up to 19 hours per week on the days you choose. Sort Centers --- It's no small job to get every order from click to customer door. Our sort centers are the first stop on the journey from the warehouse. You'll be up on your feet moving and sorting packages between trucks. These are part-time opportunities with a consistent schedule of 25-35 hours per week. PRIME NOW WAREHOUSES --- Prime Now is Amazon's super-fast (2 hours or less) delivery service. Enjoy the thrill of working with a small team to select and pack orders, and get items ready for delivery in an hour. Since orders may include fresh and frozen items, it can be cool in the warehouse. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. WHOLE FOODS SHOPPERS --- Prime Now offers shopping services from Whole Foods Market, so customers can order online and have items delivered in under two hours. As a Shopper, you'll work in a grocery store setting at Whole Foods, locating and carefully selecting items and packaging them for delivery. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. PRIME PANTRY WAREHOUSES - Prime Pantry brings items like cereal, snacks, baby products, and household supplies right to customers' doors. You will work alongside Amazon Kiva Robots to receive and stow products and package customer orders to get them to their destination. You may operate carts and hand trucks to move items around the facilities. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. Full-time roles with set schedules are also available. Apply now. No resume or interview. You could start earning in as soon as 2-3 weeks after you complete your application. Amazon is an Equal Opportunity Employer --- Minority / Women / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age PandoLogic.Category: Logistics, Keywords: Warehouse Worker ()
          

Professions: Warehouse Operator - Newark, New Jersey

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Warehouse/Shopper Team Member (Seasonal, Part-Time, Full-Time, Flexible Hours) Shifts: Overnight, Sunrise, Day, Evening, Weekend Location Weehawken Job opportunities vary by location. We update postings daily with open positions. Salary Earn $15.00 Job Description Find the right Amazon opportunity for you this holiday season. Fulfillment Centers --- Work inside an Amazon warehouse, selecting, packing and shipping customer orders. If you like a fast-paced, physical position that gets you up and moving, then come help bring orders to life. Work a set, full-time schedule. Shift options include overnight and days, and usually at least one weekend day. FULFILLMENT CENTERS (MERCH) - Merch by Amazon gives artists, game developers, and content creators a platform for selling original designs---art printed directly onto T-shirts---as Amazon products. A Merch by Amazon team member works in a warehouse, selecting, packing, and shipping customer T-shirt orders. In addition to standard fulfillment center tasks, team members learn how to operate a garment press and a T-shirt folding machine, and work in a fast-paced environment for up to 12-hour shifts. Delivery Stations --- Amazon's delivery stations are the final stop before an order heads out for delivery to the customer's door. In this active job you sort packages into delivery routes. To ensure we meet customer-promised delivery times during the day, you'll work overnight or sunrise shifts. Every week you'll work up to 19 hours on 4-6 hour shifts. DELIVERY STATIONS (Heavy Bulky) --- This is the final stop for larger items, like large screen TVs, furniture, and refrigerators, before they head out for delivery to the customers' doors. In this active job, you will sort our heavier and bulkier packages into delivery routes. Our teams work overnight shifts to meet customer-promised delivery times during the day. You'll work up to 19 hours per week on the days you choose. Sort Centers --- It's no small job to get every order from click to customer door. Our sort centers are the first stop on the journey from the warehouse. You'll be up on your feet moving and sorting packages between trucks. These are part-time opportunities with a consistent schedule of 25-35 hours per week. PRIME NOW WAREHOUSES --- Prime Now is Amazon's super-fast (2 hours or less) delivery service. Enjoy the thrill of working with a small team to select and pack orders, and get items ready for delivery in an hour. Since orders may include fresh and frozen items, it can be cool in the warehouse. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. WHOLE FOODS SHOPPERS --- Prime Now offers shopping services from Whole Foods Market, so customers can order online and have items delivered in under two hours. As a Shopper, you'll work in a grocery store setting at Whole Foods, locating and carefully selecting items and packaging them for delivery. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. PRIME PANTRY WAREHOUSES - Prime Pantry brings items like cereal, snacks, baby products, and household supplies right to customers' doors. You will work alongside Amazon Kiva Robots to receive and stow products and package customer orders to get them to their destination. You may operate carts and hand trucks to move items around the facilities. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. Full-time roles with set schedules are also available. Apply now. No resume or interview. You could start earning in as soon as 2-3 weeks after you complete your application. Amazon is an Equal Opportunity Employer --- Minority / Women / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age PandoLogic.Category: Logistics, Keywords: Warehouse Worker ()
          

Professions: Warehouse Laborer - Newark, New Jersey

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Warehouse/Shopper Team Member (Seasonal, Part-Time, Full-Time, Flexible Hours) Shifts: Overnight, Sunrise, Day, Evening, Weekend Location Weehawken Job opportunities vary by location. We update postings daily with open positions. Salary Earn $15.00 Job Description Find the right Amazon opportunity for you this holiday season. Fulfillment Centers --- Work inside an Amazon warehouse, selecting, packing and shipping customer orders. If you like a fast-paced, physical position that gets you up and moving, then come help bring orders to life. Work a set, full-time schedule. Shift options include overnight and days, and usually at least one weekend day. FULFILLMENT CENTERS (MERCH) - Merch by Amazon gives artists, game developers, and content creators a platform for selling original designs---art printed directly onto T-shirts---as Amazon products. A Merch by Amazon team member works in a warehouse, selecting, packing, and shipping customer T-shirt orders. In addition to standard fulfillment center tasks, team members learn how to operate a garment press and a T-shirt folding machine, and work in a fast-paced environment for up to 12-hour shifts. Delivery Stations --- Amazon's delivery stations are the final stop before an order heads out for delivery to the customer's door. In this active job you sort packages into delivery routes. To ensure we meet customer-promised delivery times during the day, you'll work overnight or sunrise shifts. Every week you'll work up to 19 hours on 4-6 hour shifts. DELIVERY STATIONS (Heavy Bulky) --- This is the final stop for larger items, like large screen TVs, furniture, and refrigerators, before they head out for delivery to the customers' doors. In this active job, you will sort our heavier and bulkier packages into delivery routes. Our teams work overnight shifts to meet customer-promised delivery times during the day. You'll work up to 19 hours per week on the days you choose. Sort Centers --- It's no small job to get every order from click to customer door. Our sort centers are the first stop on the journey from the warehouse. You'll be up on your feet moving and sorting packages between trucks. These are part-time opportunities with a consistent schedule of 25-35 hours per week. PRIME NOW WAREHOUSES --- Prime Now is Amazon's super-fast (2 hours or less) delivery service. Enjoy the thrill of working with a small team to select and pack orders, and get items ready for delivery in an hour. Since orders may include fresh and frozen items, it can be cool in the warehouse. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. WHOLE FOODS SHOPPERS --- Prime Now offers shopping services from Whole Foods Market, so customers can order online and have items delivered in under two hours. As a Shopper, you'll work in a grocery store setting at Whole Foods, locating and carefully selecting items and packaging them for delivery. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. PRIME PANTRY WAREHOUSES - Prime Pantry brings items like cereal, snacks, baby products, and household supplies right to customers' doors. You will work alongside Amazon Kiva Robots to receive and stow products and package customer orders to get them to their destination. You may operate carts and hand trucks to move items around the facilities. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. Full-time roles with set schedules are also available. Apply now. No resume or interview. You could start earning in as soon as 2-3 weeks after you complete your application. Amazon is an Equal Opportunity Employer --- Minority / Women / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age PandoLogic.Category: Logistics, Keywords: Warehouse Worker ()
          

Professions: Seasonal Warehouse Operator - Newark, New Jersey

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Warehouse/Shopper Team Member (Seasonal, Part-Time, Full-Time, Flexible Hours) Shifts: Overnight, Sunrise, Day, Evening, Weekend Location Weehawken Job opportunities vary by location. We update postings daily with open positions. Salary Earn $15.00 Job Description Find the right Amazon opportunity for you this holiday season. Fulfillment Centers --- Work inside an Amazon warehouse, selecting, packing and shipping customer orders. If you like a fast-paced, physical position that gets you up and moving, then come help bring orders to life. Work a set, full-time schedule. Shift options include overnight and days, and usually at least one weekend day. FULFILLMENT CENTERS (MERCH) - Merch by Amazon gives artists, game developers, and content creators a platform for selling original designs---art printed directly onto T-shirts---as Amazon products. A Merch by Amazon team member works in a warehouse, selecting, packing, and shipping customer T-shirt orders. In addition to standard fulfillment center tasks, team members learn how to operate a garment press and a T-shirt folding machine, and work in a fast-paced environment for up to 12-hour shifts. Delivery Stations --- Amazon's delivery stations are the final stop before an order heads out for delivery to the customer's door. In this active job you sort packages into delivery routes. To ensure we meet customer-promised delivery times during the day, you'll work overnight or sunrise shifts. Every week you'll work up to 19 hours on 4-6 hour shifts. DELIVERY STATIONS (Heavy Bulky) --- This is the final stop for larger items, like large screen TVs, furniture, and refrigerators, before they head out for delivery to the customers' doors. In this active job, you will sort our heavier and bulkier packages into delivery routes. Our teams work overnight shifts to meet customer-promised delivery times during the day. You'll work up to 19 hours per week on the days you choose. Sort Centers --- It's no small job to get every order from click to customer door. Our sort centers are the first stop on the journey from the warehouse. You'll be up on your feet moving and sorting packages between trucks. These are part-time opportunities with a consistent schedule of 25-35 hours per week. PRIME NOW WAREHOUSES --- Prime Now is Amazon's super-fast (2 hours or less) delivery service. Enjoy the thrill of working with a small team to select and pack orders, and get items ready for delivery in an hour. Since orders may include fresh and frozen items, it can be cool in the warehouse. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. WHOLE FOODS SHOPPERS --- Prime Now offers shopping services from Whole Foods Market, so customers can order online and have items delivered in under two hours. As a Shopper, you'll work in a grocery store setting at Whole Foods, locating and carefully selecting items and packaging them for delivery. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. PRIME PANTRY WAREHOUSES - Prime Pantry brings items like cereal, snacks, baby products, and household supplies right to customers' doors. You will work alongside Amazon Kiva Robots to receive and stow products and package customer orders to get them to their destination. You may operate carts and hand trucks to move items around the facilities. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. Full-time roles with set schedules are also available. Apply now. No resume or interview. You could start earning in as soon as 2-3 weeks after you complete your application. Amazon is an Equal Opportunity Employer --- Minority / Women / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age PandoLogic.Category: Logistics, Keywords: Warehouse Worker ()
          

Professions: Warehouse Attendant - Newark, New Jersey

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Warehouse/Shopper Team Member (Seasonal, Part-Time, Full-Time, Flexible Hours) Shifts: Overnight, Sunrise, Day, Evening, Weekend Location Weehawken Job opportunities vary by location. We update postings daily with open positions. Salary Earn $15.00 Job Description Find the right Amazon opportunity for you this holiday season. Fulfillment Centers --- Work inside an Amazon warehouse, selecting, packing and shipping customer orders. If you like a fast-paced, physical position that gets you up and moving, then come help bring orders to life. Work a set, full-time schedule. Shift options include overnight and days, and usually at least one weekend day. FULFILLMENT CENTERS (MERCH) - Merch by Amazon gives artists, game developers, and content creators a platform for selling original designs---art printed directly onto T-shirts---as Amazon products. A Merch by Amazon team member works in a warehouse, selecting, packing, and shipping customer T-shirt orders. In addition to standard fulfillment center tasks, team members learn how to operate a garment press and a T-shirt folding machine, and work in a fast-paced environment for up to 12-hour shifts. Delivery Stations --- Amazon's delivery stations are the final stop before an order heads out for delivery to the customer's door. In this active job you sort packages into delivery routes. To ensure we meet customer-promised delivery times during the day, you'll work overnight or sunrise shifts. Every week you'll work up to 19 hours on 4-6 hour shifts. DELIVERY STATIONS (Heavy Bulky) --- This is the final stop for larger items, like large screen TVs, furniture, and refrigerators, before they head out for delivery to the customers' doors. In this active job, you will sort our heavier and bulkier packages into delivery routes. Our teams work overnight shifts to meet customer-promised delivery times during the day. You'll work up to 19 hours per week on the days you choose. Sort Centers --- It's no small job to get every order from click to customer door. Our sort centers are the first stop on the journey from the warehouse. You'll be up on your feet moving and sorting packages between trucks. These are part-time opportunities with a consistent schedule of 25-35 hours per week. PRIME NOW WAREHOUSES --- Prime Now is Amazon's super-fast (2 hours or less) delivery service. Enjoy the thrill of working with a small team to select and pack orders, and get items ready for delivery in an hour. Since orders may include fresh and frozen items, it can be cool in the warehouse. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. WHOLE FOODS SHOPPERS --- Prime Now offers shopping services from Whole Foods Market, so customers can order online and have items delivered in under two hours. As a Shopper, you'll work in a grocery store setting at Whole Foods, locating and carefully selecting items and packaging them for delivery. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. PRIME PANTRY WAREHOUSES - Prime Pantry brings items like cereal, snacks, baby products, and household supplies right to customers' doors. You will work alongside Amazon Kiva Robots to receive and stow products and package customer orders to get them to their destination. You may operate carts and hand trucks to move items around the facilities. If you need flexibility in your schedule, this job allows you to choose from available shifts each week to create your own. Full-time roles with set schedules are also available. Apply now. No resume or interview. You could start earning in as soon as 2-3 weeks after you complete your application. Amazon is an Equal Opportunity Employer --- Minority / Women / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation / Age PandoLogic.Category: Logistics, Keywords: Warehouse Worker ()
          

Solara zavádí na trh pojem „střešní dveře“

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Terasa na ploché střeše, střešní záhony, městské včelaření, relaxační zóny mezi střechami – to je krásné využití volného a svobodného prostoru mezi střechami, které má již v dnešní době mnoho zajímavých podob. „Mám takové prostory rád, cítím se tam dobře. Je mým pracovním koníčkem vyvíjet a vyrábět prosklené střešní výstupy a zavádíme na trh pojem ‚střešní dveře‘. V žertu ale vlastně popravdě uvádím, že takto zpřístupněné prostory nadchnou romantiky i developery. Jedni si to užijí a druzí vydělají,” říká Jakub Formánek za vedení firmy Solara, českého výrobce střešních oken.
          

Other: Drupal Developer::Newark, NJ - Newark, New Jersey

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Position: Drupal Developer Location: Newark, NJ Duration: Contract / C2H Need 9+ experience candidates Job Description: Skillset Requirement [Primary] Overall 8-10 years of good exposure to software design and development experience, and understands the software development life cycle practices (Waterfall and Agile) 6 years of core experience with module development, configuration, administration, design, development of high quality web based applications using Drupal CMS 8.X and LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) stack Proven success in Drupal solutions including site migration from older versions of Drupal or legacy systems to Drupal 8 Ability to evaluate and select Drupal modules for desired functionality based on client requirements Experience in headless Drupal development Experience in multisite Drupal setup and maintenance Experience in building Content search using Solar/Elasticsearch Strong experience with key web technologies - Java Script, CSS, HTML5 /DHTML/XHTML, XML, Web, JQuery Services, Bootstrap Good understanding of Design Patterns concepts, software architecture Good understanding and experience in developing restful APIs Experience in Drupal CI/CD methodology Install new and maintain existing Drupal websites and web applications Must have prior experience on production support projects Must have Strong Communication with client handling skills Self-motivated Skillset [Secondary] Having following skills are PLUS Experience in MVC/MVVC AngularJS Design pattern Experience in running Drupal applications on Acquia/Pantheon Experience developing Responsive/Adaptive Design solutions (RWD), with or without bootstrap/foundation libraries Experience applying SASS, LESS, or other CSS preprocessor. Experience with grid layouts, media queries, and other responsive techniques Ability to create, clean, organized HTML and CSS code, leverage current techniques, tools and libraries Job Responsibility: Application design and development Understanding of architecture and design across all systems involved Provide technical solutions and solution approach to problems Participate in technical meetings Providing support to testing Defect resolution Performance tuning Deployment ()
          

Other: Facets developer - Newark, New Jersey

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Title: Facets developer Location-Newark/NJ Duration: Long Term Contract a. Collaborate with Business Analysts, Business Teams, Application Owners and other Architects to support project delivery in accordance with Horizon SDLC. b. Collect, and document and present current state Business Processes using Horizon's Business Process Mgt tool (IBM Blueworkslive.com) i. Must have significant demonstrable experience with documentation of Business Processes c. Research, collect and document Applications, Integrations/Interfaces, Data Sources, Data Objects associated with Business Processes in Horizon's EA tool thru collaboration with project teams. d. Create Data Flow Diagrams inclusive of systems/applications, integrations and Data i. Must have significant demonstrable experience with discovery and documentation of Systems, Data Models and Data Flows e. Create Current State documentation per Horizon Standards to support Project SDLC General Architecture skills / Knowledge Adept at collaboration with Business Teams/Functions Owners as well as Business Analysts to understand needs and document requirements Meeting Participation Business Process Modeling & Business Capability Alignment Existing Architecture discovery and documentation (Applications, Interfaces, Integrations, data sources/models, etc.) Creation and evaluation of Solution Options to solve business teams Collaboration within the Enterprise Architecture team to understand and ensure solution comply with standards Collaboration with Development Teams Experience in application of The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) Technology Specifics (skills / knowledge) Facets and other technologies Deep knowledge and understanding of the Cognizant / Facets System (Data/Data Model / Processing / Web Services/ API) Experience integrating Facets with 3rd Party systems and processes to achieve operational solutions Automation of the Facets System to achieve operational efficiencies. Facets SW Suite o Core o Workflow o Customer Service o Communication System o Data Model o HIPAA Gateway o OpenAccess Services / API Relational Database (SQLSERVER) Messaging / Que Technology (Kafka) McKesson Claim x10 EDI Standards for healthcare (x12) Healthcare Data Models o Relational Database technology (expertise with SQL across various db technologies) Web / Mobile Technologies (HTML, javascript, Web Services (SOAP), API (REST/json) Thanks & Regards Richard Challa 630-448-5210 richard.challa@olooptech.com ()
          

web Developer / Designer wordpress - Pakish Group. A Software House - Karachi

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Pakish Group Announces Web Development Internship for the day, evening and night shift. Since 1999 Pakish Group has offered internships to Connecticut students…
From Indeed - Mon, 04 Nov 2019 21:17:46 GMT - View all Karachi jobs
          

Eastline Luxury Apartment Tower Construction Begins

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The apartment construction boom in Dallas seems to still be in full effect as construction just recently got underway on a massive new transit-oriented development near SMU.  Being called Eastline, Chicago-based developer Convexity Properties is behind the new 12-acres mixed-use project, which will combine two existing structures with a fancy new 28-story tower.  When finished, Eastline will have retail space, office space, a hotel, and luxury high-rise apartments, which will offer superb views of downtown Dallas.  The existing buildings, which will house a revamped hotel and revamped office space, have already had extensive work done, and as of November 1st, the hotel will be rebranded as the Beeman Hotel.  As for the apartment portion of the project, the new high-rise will feature 330 units and should welcome first residents sometime in 2021.  Amenities, which will occupy about 26,000 square feet, will include a fitness center, a resident lounge, a rooftop swimming pool with lounge areas and cabanas, and of course direct access to the retail space below. Apartment prices at Eastline will start around $1,750 a month.    INTERESTED IN NEW CONSTRUCTION RENTALS IN DALLAS? START BROWSING AVAILABLE UNITS BELOW: 
          

M3 Ranch in Mansfield is Starting Construction Soon

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Affordable new construction homes aren’t always easy to find in North Texas but developers are set to break ground on a massive new community in Mansfield that will feature newly built single-family residences that start in the mid $300,000s.  Called M3 Ranch, the development will encompass roughly 900 acres and be positioned near Highway 287 on Heritage Parkway.  Along with 1,600 homes, M3 Ranch is also slated to include several neighborhood parks, an amenity center, and a number of commercial developments within the master plan as well.  M3 Ranch is being developed by the McCaslin Family in collaboration with Hanover Property Co.    Interested in affordable new construction? Search all new construction homes for sale priced $375,000 and below: 
          

Intermediate Software Developer - Striven Consulting - Montréal, QC

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We are looking for certain roles to come aboard our boutique consultancy firm specializing in end-to-end delivery needs anywhere from strategy to execution.
From Indeed - Thu, 24 Oct 2019 16:28:56 GMT - View all Montréal, QC jobs
          

Senior Java Developer - CGI Group, Inc. - Montréal, QC

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SpringBoot, Maven, REST API (between EMS-SM v2 and northbound OSSes), WebServices / SOAP XML (between EMS-SM v2 and southbound U2000), Git / GitLab, CI/DI …
From CGI - Thu, 17 Oct 2019 06:28:02 GMT - View all Montréal, QC jobs
          

Senior BPM Developer - CGI Group, Inc. - Montréal, QC

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Are you a BPM Developer looking to join a successful and growing company? CGI is actively searching for a dynamic and self-motivated individual with min 5 years…
From CGI - Sat, 12 Oct 2019 09:18:32 GMT - View all Montréal, QC jobs
          

Java Developer - CGI Group, Inc. - Montréal, QC

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SpringBoot, Maven, REST API (between EMS-SM v2 and northbound OSSes), WebServices / SOAP XML (between EMS-SM v2 and southbound U2000), Git / GitLab, CI/DI …
From CGI - Wed, 02 Oct 2019 20:20:23 GMT - View all Montréal, QC jobs
          

What Makes Angular a Preferred Choice for Developers?

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Many believe that AngularJS is the ‘golden child’ among JavaScript frameworks since Google launched it in 2012. The intent behind creating Angular was to make the front end development process a cakewalk. It was an instant success since its launch. Keeping note of this success and immense popularity, Google released multiple versions of this framework, ...
          

Business Developer junior – Startup Téléconsultation (H/F)

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Présentation de l’entreprise N°1 de la téléconsultation en France, on révolutionne le secteur médical en offrant aux Français la possibilité de consulter en vidéo des professionnels de santé, répartis sur

L’article Business Developer junior – Startup Téléconsultation (H/F) est apparu en premier sur Emploi.FrenchWeb.


          

Commercial / business developer solutions de dématerialisation (H/F)

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Présentation de l’entreprise Nous sommes prêts à vous accueillir dans une structure en plein développement et à grande dimension humaine. C’est donc pour intégrer l’équipe de notre agence de que

L’article Commercial / business developer solutions de dématerialisation (H/F) est apparu en premier sur Emploi.FrenchWeb.


          

Business Developer/Ingénieur d’Affaires (H/F)

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Présentation de l’entreprise Vous vous apprêtez à rejoindre un acteur majeur du conseil IT. Notre client accompagne les (très) grandes entreprises dans la gestion de leurs projets informatiques : conseil

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Lead ASP.NET Developer

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CA-Pasadena, Lead ASP.NET Developer Location: Pasadena, CA Duration: 12+ Months Contract Job Description : 10 yrs of total Experience 5 years overall software and/or application development experience 5 years design and analysis experience using .NET (C# and ASP.NET) 4 years of experience designing and developing web services in a SOA environment (SOAP/REST) 3 years WCF experience 3 years WebApi experience 5 y
          

Jr. Net Developer

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MI-Dearborn, Make a difference Ciber Global wants you. Come build new things with us and advance your career. At Ciber Global you’ll collaborate with experts. You’ll join successful teams contributing to our clients’ success. You’ll work side by side with our clients and have long-term opportunities to advance their top priorities. Position Description: Omplete various development tasks of modifying the QLS-VO
          

Senior .NET Developer (ASP.NET / MVC / C#)

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VA-Reston, Senior .NET Developer (ASP.NET / MVC / C#), Contract or CTP, Reston, VA $50.00-$60.00 Hr The end client is unable to sponsor or transfer visas for this position; all parties authorized to work in the US without sponsorship are encouraged to apply. Seeking a .NET developer responsible for building .NET applications using the latest technological stack of ASP.NET MVC, C#, HTML5, JQuery, Entity Frame
          

ASP.NET Developer 3

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GA-atlanta, State of Georgia is looking ASP.NET Developer 3 for 1 year contract Role in Atlanta, GA. Under broad supervision, designs, codes, tests, modifies & debugs computer software. Researches & analyzes program or systems problems & develops program documentation. Translates business requirements into development activities in secure & maintainable. The Department of Early Care and Learning has an openin
          

C# Full Stack Web Developer w/ASP.NET

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NC-Raleigh, The end client is unable to sponsor or transfer visas for this position; all parties authorized to work in the US without sponsorship are encouraged to apply. A Technology Company is seeking a C# Full Stack Web Developer w/ASP.NET in Raleigh, NC Role Description * Performing database Extract, Translate, and Load (ETL) processes to facilitate monitoring and reporting functions * Provide Web Tools f
          

Net Developer-VBS

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LA-Lafayette, MATRIX Resources is seeking a .Net Developer-VBS, for our client in Lafayette, LA . This is contract to hire position and our client is willing to sponsor! Responsibilities: Overall 6 + IT experience with: Design / Development of C# .NET technology work Experience in both desktop and web based applications Experience in Angular, Bootstrap building single page apps Work with SA/PO to understand req
          

Sr. Full Stack .NET Developer

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MD-Gaithersburg, Job Description Job #: 1018484 ROLE: Sr. Full Stack .NET Developer LOCATION: Gaithersburg, MD COMPENSATION: $60-65/hr, $115-125K conversion salary OVERVIEW: Apex Systems has an immediate need for a Sr. full stack .NET Developer to support a large enterprise application used by clinical researchers worldwide. The successful candidate must have a versatile background in both front-end technologies a
          

Software Developers

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NJ-Edison, Diaspark Inc is looking for the following professionals to fulfil the requirements of our Solution Practice division: Pre-requisite for the above is BS in Computer Science or related field from an eminent school/college with development experience in the respective streams. Job duties include analysis, design, develop, test, implement and configure software applications in conjunction w/hardware:
          

.NET Developer

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TN-Brentwood, .NET Developer Brentwood, TN Contract One of Brooksource's leading health systems is looking to onboard a Senior .Net Developer to build new functionality within our clients' existing services and premier application. You will be joining a rapidly growing team so the ability to ramp up quickly with little downtime is definitely needed. If solving challenging problems surrounding complex applicatio
          

Senior Software Developer

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PA-Philadelphia, job summary: This position will be responsibl? e for the full systems life cycle from designing, coding,%?20testing, implementing, maintaining and supporting applications%2? 0software. location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania job type: Contract salary: $45 - 55 per hour work hours: 9am to 5pm education: Bachelors responsibilities: •Assist in the cre? ation of project requirements by reviewing program
          

java Fullstack developer

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GA-Atlanta, Role: Java Full stack Developer Location: Atlanta, Melbourne and Fort Worth Type of Hire:- Contract JOB DESCRIPTION: Looking for 7 with 6-8 year’s experience and 3 with 8+ years of experience spread in each of three cities(Atlanta, Melbourne and Fortworth) All should be good hands on. No managers please. Below is full JD. Must Haves: Strong hands-on experience with Java; full stack development Des
          

Front End Developer

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TX-Austin, job summary: Will participate in the design and implementation of web applications using cutting-edge web technologies and will also participate in various software engineering projects using advanced development patterns and component-based architecture. Will actively collaborate with the team in ongoing product development, including design, development, review, integration, test, and deployment
          

Java Developer

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PA-Malvern, job summary: Skillset Description Analyze, develop, modify and test existing programs per requirements. This contractor will also be expected to participate in requirements sessions with the client. location: Malvern, Pennsylvania job type: Contract work hours: 8am to 5pm education: Bachelors responsibilities: Skillset Description Analyze, develop, modify and test existing programs per requirement
          

C#.Net SQL Developer

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NY-New York, job summary: Assignment Details -Produce applications in a sometimes hands-on capacity by writing .NET source code (C#), developing databases using Microsoft SQL Server and integrating solutions with various enterprise software platforms -Ability to evaluate existing applications to determine technical changes, schedules projects, resources, and monitors project timelines. -Must be extremely detai
          

Senior .NET Developer

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OH-Columbus, job summary: About the Role We're in search of a creative, enthusiastic, and hands-on individual to join our team in a Software Developer role. This role will work closely with internal stakeholders, including our Product Management and Software Development teams to develop and maintain software solutions. If you are looking for an exciting new opportunity where your efforts will be appreciated an
          

100 app developers may have accessed users data: Facebook

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San Francisco: In yet another data breach, Facebook on Wednesday revealed that at least 100 app developers may have accessed Facebook users' data for months, confirming that at least 11 partners "accessed group members' information in the last 60 days".

The social networking giant found that the apps -- primarily social media management and video streaming apps -- retained access to group member information, like names and profile pictures in connection with group activity, from the Groups API (application programming interface).

"Although we've seen no evidence of abuse, we will ask them to delete any member data they may have retained and we will conduct audits to confirm that it has been deleted," the company said in a statement.

"We've removed or restricted a number of our developer APIs, such as the Groups API, which provides an interface between Facebook and apps that can integrate with a group," it added.

Facebook is facing scrutiny after personal data of 87 million users were harvested by UK-based political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has slapped Facebook with a $5 billion fine as a result of the breach.

According to the company, the apps designed to make it easier for group admins to manage their groups more effectively and help members share videos to their groups.

"For example, if a business managed a large community consisting of many members across multiple groups, they could use a social media management app to provide customer service, including customized responses, at scale."

"But while this access provided benefits to people and groups on Facebook, we made the decision to remove it and are following through on that approach," said Facebook.

According to Facebook's director of platform partnerships, Konstantinos Papamiltiadis, the new framework under their agreement with the FTC means more accountability and transparency into how it builds and maintains products.

"As we continue to work through this process we expect to find more examples of where we can improve, either through our products or changing how data is accessed. We are committed to this work and supporting the people on our platform," said the company.



          

.NET Developer - G2 Recruitment Solutions - Roosendaal

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Context I am currently working with a client based in Roosendaal who are seeking a .NET developer to join their team on a permanent basis. The client work in the Agricultural technology industry and are seeking a developer to work on their Telemetry system. Company The company is a leading provider of harvesting equipment. The group has multiple companies and brands across 40 countries and aims to supply quality, innovative products to agricultural customers around the globe. Job...
          

Front End - G2 Recruitment Solutions - Eindhoven

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Context I am currently seeking a front-end developer to join my client on site for 2 days a week in Eindhoven over a six-month period. The client is a tech scale-up who pair independent healthcare professionals with the demand of healthcare institutions using an innovative online platform. The company is young and fast-growing organization with branches throughout the Netherlands. We are looking for somebody to come into the company twice a week over the period of six months in order to...
          

Xerox Is Trying to Buy HP - DTH

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Uber Eats launching ad platform for restaurants, new multiplayer AR features come to Pokemon Go, Facebook says app developers had improper access to Groups member data.

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"One Click" Rooting S9 Samsung Galaxy S9 SM-G960U

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Android Files - Hidden or not?

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I'm asking this here because I figure developers know the most about the android file systems. Is part of the file system on a Samsung S9 andriod cell phone hidden from the user? And, if so, is there a way to see all the files on the phone? I ask because I am unable to find the files for the audiobooks on my phone I that download from my library with a laptop (running on Mint Linux) using the Cloud Library. The library page says they are *.mp3 books but I can't find any *.mp3 files anywhere... I use the laptop to check the books out and then download them from my android phone to listen to them. I am told that the laptop streams the audio for listening to the books and the arduino downloads and stores it on the phone. Jack
          

Lies You've Been Told About Hire Ios Developer

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Inside this blog, we're likely to enlist a few main points which each business proprietor or app developer should remember when developing mobile apps for business. Therefore, if you're still looking for somewhere to hire iOS developer just drop us a line! More individuals are using iOS-powered devices and it's predicted this trend will keep growing for quite a long moment. Hir
          

The Dirty Truth on Hire Ios Developer

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Inside this blog, we're likely to enlist a few main points which each business proprietor or app developer should remember when developing mobile apps for business. It's always helpful to stick to an agile methodology of development when you've got a total picture in your thoughts what you will place in your app. More in
          

IT / Software / Systems: Senior Android Applications Developer in Plantation, FL - Miami, Florida

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This role is perfect for a collaborative self-starter with an endless curiosity and deep desire to innovate. Our ideal candidate will have extensive experience developing high-performance Android applications with rich visual interfaces. Strong experience with Kotlin or Java is a must, and additional knowledge of Flutter or React would be a bonus. Additionally, experience with Augmented Reality, Mixed Reality, OpenCV, OpenGL, and iOS are beneficial. Responsibilities: Build, debug, and deploy world-class applications for Android Team player who can collaborate with cross-functional teams to define, design and ship new features Utilize native libraries to enable advanced application features Work on bug fixing and improving application performance Unit-test code for robustness and reliability Must have Skillsets: 8+ years of Android Development experience (Java, Kotlin) Experience programming for Android using the Android SDK / Android Studio Deep understanding of modern Android development best practices Experience working with third-party libraries Solid understanding of the full mobile development life cycle Have published at least one Android app to the Google Play Store Strong communication skills and ability to work in a fast-paced small team environment BA/BS or equivalent preferred Desirable Skillsets: Experience with AR/MR using ARCore Experience with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Experience with C++ Experience with OpenCV, OpenGL, and iOS Experience with React Native, Flutter Experience with rapid development and collaboration using wiki, chat, and Jira Location: Sunnyvale, CA or Plantation, FL Duration: 6-12+ months David Gutierrez OSI Engineering ext110 ()
          

IT / Software / Systems: .NET Developer - Miami, Florida

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RESPONSIBILITIES:Kforce has a client in search of a .NET Developer in Miami, Florida (FL).Summary:The .NET Developer will be part of the Data Engineering team, building and working on enterprise grade applications to consume and provision data on using Microsoft .NET development stack. In this crucial role, the Developer will be involved with the design, development, testing, and support a suite of applications ranging from web applications, WCF services, restful APIs, cloud-native Azure Microservices and Serverless framework.Responsibilities:* Majority of the time will be writing code * 25% of the time is around design meetings, ground processing * Application Development using C#, NET and Azure skillsREQUIREMENTS:* Bachelor's degree in Computer Science preferred* 5+ years of experience* Heavy C# and NET experience* Working in a 'Data Analytics' driven environment * Azure native cloud service experience * Microservices/serverless experience with Swagger/OAS* Azure API Management Gateway * Strong understanding of AAD/ADFS/JWT/OAuth* Knowledge or familiarity with Container orchestration using Azure Kubernetes Services or Azure Service Fabric* Experienced with bots on the Azure StackKforce is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status. - provided by Dice ()
          

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Currently seeking a Training Developer for a large utilities company in Charlotte, NC. This will be a 6 month assignment.Responsibilities:Conducting ...
          

Full Stack Java Developer - Addison

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Splunk Developer - Minneapolis

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C# .Net Developer w/ Azure or any cloud data consumption tool) - Miami

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Wikitude Helps Brands Like Jack Daniels Conquer the Printing Industry

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The days of AR being only a fascinating new tool for IT specialists and game developers are in the past because AR has reached the printing and packaging industry. The example of Wikitude illustrates quite well how it opens up a whole new world of creative options.

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Senior Technical Project Manager, Platform & Solutions - CTO.ai - Vancouver, BC

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You have the ability to influence others and get the team across the finish line. CTO.ai is the future of Developer Operations. Why we love working here:
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DevOps Developer - Conception Ro-Main inc. - Saint-lambert-de-lauzon, QC

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And to finish you must: If you recognize yourself in this description, you must finish reading this offer! Are web technologies part of your everyday life?
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António Campinos and Comrade Iancu (US) Both Push Software Patents Into Europe to the Detriment of Small Businesses and Developers

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The EPO continues its war on European companies and the European public; to alleviate public worries the EPO publishes yet another lying ‘study’ (one of many EPO-commissioned ‘studies’) — one that claims the very opposite of what’s true
          

Top 10 Web Development Frameworks

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Top frameworks for web application development. Web Application Framework is intended to help the advancement of web applications including web administrations, web assets, and web APIs.

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Frameworks are, so, libraries that assist you with building up your application quicker and more intelligent!

What is the framework?

A framework is frequently a layered structure demonstrating what sort of projects can or ought to be assembled and how they would interrelate. Some PC framework frameworks likewise incorporate real programs, determine programming interfaces, or offer programming instruments for utilizing the frameworks.

A framework might be for a lot of capacities inside a framework and how they interrelate; the layers of a working framework; the layers of an application subsystem; how correspondence ought to be institutionalized at some level of a system,. A framework is commonly more far-reaching than a convention and more prescriptive than a structure.

Which are the top 10 frameworks for web development?

These days, the quantity of Web Frameworks has expanded significantly. To help you pick up the most appropriate one for your Web Application, we have accumulated a rundown of the top 10 best frameworks for web app development.

  • Ruby on Rails

Ruby on Rails incorporates everything expected to make a database-driven web application, utilizing the Model-View-Controller design.

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ROR is viewed as a learner neighborly framework, and the real advantages and disadvantages are discussed, assists fledglings with beginning with web improvement rapidly. There are numerous valuable pearls for rails, which are library-like conditions that broaden the functionalities of your application and cause you to grow considerably quicker and all the more effectively.

The Rails people group is very dependable and well disposed of, and there are numerous instructional exercises, screencasts, and assets that can assist you with turning into a rails master in a matter of seconds.

The principle drawback of rails lies in the way that they require very some push to send and run in a creation domain, and the expectation to absorb information of rails becomes soak once you jump further into the framework to unwind the enchantment behind it.

  • Laravel

Laravel is a framework that pursues the MVC building design. Laravel values Elegance, Simplicity, and Readability.

One can right away start learning and creating Laravel with Laracasts which has several instructional exercises in it.

A Model-View-Controller framework that utilizations PHP, which is one of the most prominent dialects of the web. It's moderately youthful contrasted with different frameworks on this rundown.

Laravel accompanies API backing out of the crate, and it additionally has a not too bad measure of bundles that could broaden its scope. Laracasts is a screencast instructional exercise site with over a thousand recordings on PHP, Laravel, and frontend advancements in the Laravel biological system that could be viewed as an apprentice's paradise.

As far as execution, in any case, Laravel doesn't come close to Django or Express, which may be a disadvantage for gigantic undertakings.

  • Django

Django is another framework that aides in building quality web applications. It was concocted to comply with quick-moving newsroom time constraints while fulfilling the intense prerequisites of experienced Web developers.

Django developers state the applications are it's strangely quick, secure, adaptable and flexible.

Django is a Model-View-Template framework that utilizations Python for web improvement. Huge names, for example, Google, Youtube, and Instagram utilize this framework.

Django flaunts its batteries-included component, which is a lot of highlights, for example, confirmation and informing that Django has. Security in Django is fundamental.

Django gives strategies and devices to developers to fabricate a protected site or actualizes the security includes in the framework itself, such as forestalling code execution in the layout layer.

  • ASP.NET

ASP.NET is a framework created by Microsoft, which encourages us to construct powerful web applications for PC, just as cell phones. It is an elite and lightweight framework for building Web Applications utilizing .NET.

All, on the whole, a framework with Power, Productivity and Speed.

  • Spring

Spring is the most famous application advancement framework for big business Java. Developers around the world use Spring to make elite and powerful Web applications.

Spring helps in making basic, convenient, quick and adaptable JVM-based frameworks and applications. Spring is a Model-View-Controller framework that utilizations Java, the record-breaking prominent language.

Spring has numerous sister extends that lift its presentation and let you scale your business rapidly. The way that it utilizes Java, a specifical language, is a serious star to many web developers.

The expectation to learn and adapt may be very steep tho, particularly on the off chance that you don't know Java.

  • Angular

Angular is a framework to construct a huge scale and superior web application while keeping them as simple to-keep up. There are countless web applications that are worked with Angular.

Angular is a front-end framework that represents considerable authority in building rich Single-Page applications. It's a dynamic framework ready to fabricate total customer side applications, and there's such a great amount to do and learn in Angular.

Angular 1.x utilized Javascript, however later discharges embraced Typescript, which is a superset of Javascript. Angular's primary cons are its size contrasted with different frameworks, and the reality it's not SEO cordial ordinarily, however it very well may be SEO improved.

  • Vue

It's a dynamic framework, which implies that in the event that you have a current undertaking, you can receive Vue for one segment of the task, and everything would work fine and dandy. Second, it likewise brings along the part engineering to play, and the Vue biological system can assist you with building total frontend applications.

A few people are careful about utilizing Vue since huge organizations like Facebook or Google don't bolster it, yet that is rapidly changing as large names are beginning to put resources into Vue.

  • Express

Express or Expressjs is a negligible and adaptable framework that gives a powerful arrangement of highlights for web and portable applications. It is generally negligible significance numerous highlights are accessible as modules.

Express encourages the quick improvement of Node.js based Web applications. Express is likewise one significant segment of the MEAN programming group.

  • PLAY

Play is one of the cutting edge web application framework written in Java and Scala. It pursues the MVC engineering and means to streamline developer efficiency by utilizing show over design, hot code reloading and display of mistakes in the program.

Play cites itself as "The High-Velocity Web Framework"

  • CodeIgniter

CodeIgniter, A well-known web application framework to construct dynamic sites. It is inexactly founded on MVC design since Controller classes are important however models and perspectives are discretionary.

CodeIgnitor guarantees with remarkable execution, about zero design and no huge scale solid libraries.

Conclusion

I trust you discover our rundown of the most well-known web frameworks valuable. Try not to be produced to pick a framework and start dealing with it, it gives you a knowledge into how to get things done, and you'll discover numerous likenesses between frameworks, even crosswise over various dialects in a similar classification. Keep in mind that huge organizations are continually moving and attempting new stuff constantly, so there's nothing of the sort as an impasse.

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Exclusive Tricks to catch Millennial's Eyes towards your App

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Millennials are on the focus in the current target market for the mobile app markets. This generation acts as a bull's eye that every mobile app marketers are trying to hit, and yes, once you hit this target in terms of catching their attention, you can collect a large number of loyal followers. In this fast-moving life, Millennials targets the apps that fulfill their need on a less span of time; hence, mobile app marketers' apps need to catch up to their lives fast. The modern generation that holds the strong presence, as well as a voice in this app economy, carries some unique demands that every mobile app developers should know to build an app that fits in millennials' Smartphones.

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Millennials are on the focus in the current target market for the mobile app markets. This generation acts as a bull's eye that every mobile app marketers are trying to hit, and yes, once you hit this target in terms of catching their attention, you can collect a large number of loyal followers.

In this fast-moving life, Millennials targets the apps that fulfill their need on a less span of time; hence, mobile app marketers' apps need to catch up to their lives fast. 

 The modern generation that holds the strong presence, as well as a voice in this app economy, carries some unique demands that every mobile app developers should know to build an app that fits in millennials' Smartphones. 

Learn the tricks by which an app developer can hit rightly on Millennial's need:

  1. Amazon is a star in this era

As indicated by comScore, almost 35% of 18-multi year-olds picked Amazon as the most fundamental, trailed by Gmail (30%) and Facebook (29%). 

So while social media apps, for example, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter, or Tinder, do verify a specific seat in a millennial's smartphones, one app this digital adroit can't survive without is Amazon. 

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The inquiry that will intrigue app developers is the reason millennial mobile app users favor Amazon over other retail websites. Sure they offer reasonable costs, yet so does its rivals, so why "41 percent of 18-24-year-olds and 41 percent of 25-34-year-olds announced by that they have acquired from Amazon." Why? 

It's special. Amazon knows the best approach to Millennial as it brings out of the case experiences as a piece of its services and showcasing methodology. 

Develop yet keep it helpful. Millennials are a creative breed. They adjust to changes substantially more available than different ages.

So, if your mobile app isn't enhancing, they will pick the competition. 

  1. Millennials do not mind to invest in worthy apps

If the App offers a Great worth expansion to their lives, Millennials will not fret dishing out a couple of dollars on an App. Many apps in the market give robust services to the users and always hit the user's need, and such kinds of apps create their place in the smartphones of the users.

These unique apps can bring money to buy from the pocket of the users. 

  1. Millennials are the conscious of Home screen curation 

How often have you seen a millennial making a thumb move on his/her phone while they serenely taste a latte, making you wonder how on the planet would they say they are getting along that? 

The mystery is out, the 21st-century experts of home screen curation not just know the secrets to 'reachability' features on their Smartphones yet additionally have all their apps available inside the initial two screens of the phones. 

  1. The logo can make or destroy the app's image

In case you're developing a mobile app for Millennials, it's better not have a monstrous or nonexclusive logo as this can be a critical factor in the destruction of your App. A survey stated that more than 21% of users had uninstalled their apps due to a poorly designed app logo. 

While this may come as a shock to many UI/UX designers, logos are similarly as significant as the functionalities of an app. Millennials see mobile apps as an augmentation of their lives, and if they cannot identify with the logo or be charmed by it, they will erase it and it’s not only applicable upon logo but there are many other aspects which can make users to quit your app & never come back.

To dodge such conditions, mobile app designers can take note of the accompanying tips while designing their logo: 

  • Get your work done before you structure that logo. Developers must look at the most recent design patterns and designs of an alternate OS to get a review of how they can redo it to the inclining ideas. 
  • In case you are in luck and have a lot of recommendations or solicitations from Millennials from your App, focus on what they need to state
  • What's the fundamental thought behind your logo? Does it speak to your application as a quality app? Developers must walk a mile from the user's perspective (with a little research) and curl your structure around those perceptions. 

Try not to include too much text or text in the logo. Make it clear as crystal. 

  1. Big brand attractions won't work in the case of millennials

The Best piece of taking into account Millennials is that you don't need to be a Big Brand to charm them.

For whatever length of time that you're inventive and valuable, your mobile app will be generally welcomed by the carefully adroit age. After examining the most smoking startup put together mobile apps sparkling concerning the App Store, for example, Musical.ly, Triller, Kimoji, Kik, Wattpad and Yik Yak, I followed specific shared characteristics in the more significant part of them that can give developers knowledge into making an App for Millennials. 

  • Expressive and makes them like themselves. 
  • Video publicizing works quicker than different strategies. While connecting with substance sets a seat in recent college grads, the ideal approach to contact them is through recordings craftsy recordings that impart your vision. 
  • Make them feel associated. In case you're assembling a mobile social application, this ought to be fundamental in your marketing methodology. Rather than selling its utility, sell its USP-the vision, the association it offers to the users. What worth expansion, does it bring to the client's life if they join your vision as shoppers of the mobile app? They should feel that your app causes them to have a place with an option that is greater than them. 
  • Social Media is the new religion for Millennials, be accessible on each stage. Millennials are quick, and everything necessary for an app to be viral is not precisely a day. This is just conceivable if your mobile app can be shared on whatever stage they are on, for example, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, and numerous others. 
  • Push Notifications mustn't sound pushy. Millennials despise push notifications ages yet additionally consistently buy into them, most likely due to F.O.M.O (Fear of missing out), so as a designer, if you can decipher the code, you have their consideration. Educate, Don't Sell! 

Conclusion

Millennials are robust, eager, and fretful. They need a moment of delight. Your mobile app, the item, and its services must be as snappy as they must.

Take a gander at the issues they look for arrangements of dating, finding a lifelong way, setting aside cash for school, games, education, health, or what makes them restless? 

What do they need? The things they are searching for-consideration, approval, acknowledgment from their friends and network, a device of articulation alongside numerous different things.

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NEW BUSINESS DEVELOPER - Adbay - Casper, WY

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After more than 20 years in the industry, Adbay’s greatest strength remains its team of designers, photographers, writers, software engineers, strategists,… $35,000 - $55,000 a year
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Apple releases first betas for iOS 13.3, iPadOS 13.3, tvOS 13.3, watchOS 6.1.1

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Praha zřídila komisi pro podporu družstevního bydlení

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Hlavní město zřídilo komisi, která má na starosti přípravu podpory družstevní výstavby bytů na území metropole. Magistrát by měl pro stavby poskytovat volné pozemky. Včera o tom rozhodli pražští radní. Program má být určen pro středně příjmové skupiny lidí, kteří si v současné bytové situaci nemohou v metropoli dovolit byt za tržní cenu a zároveň nesplňují podmínky k získání obecního bydlení. Při družstevní výstavbě s podporou města by členové družstva platili pouze náklady na stavbu bez marže developera a ceny pozemku.
          

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Quién controla las antenas

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Patrocinador: Mejora al instante la seguridad de las redes de tu negocio con WEFENDERApúntate a la beta antes de que se agote.

Xerox a por HP / Pérdidas de cobertura / Esclavos en instagram / Alexa troleada / ¿La mejor cámara del mundo?

 El gobierno español aprueba la intervención de telecomunicaciones. Modifica cinco leyes para poder asumir la gestión directa de redes y servicios de comunicaciones electrónicas “en determinados supuestos excepcionales”.

 Preocupante decisión tomada con carácter político, que da el mando al ejecutivo saltándose los habituales procesos judiciales. Otros países cuentan con leyes similares.

 El gobierno asegura que no afectaría a plataformas de Internet, solo a las propias redes. Un punto que no me queda claro.

 Xerox quiere comprar Hewlett-Packard y prepara un cheque grande para comprar el gigante de los ordenadores personales (y de las impresoras). Xerox ha subido un 85% en bolsa este año, y ha abandonado su alianza con Fujifilm.

 Algunos iPhone pierden la cobertura ocasionalmente en España, mientras que operadores y Apple se acusan mutuamente de ser la causa del fallo, que obliga a algunos clientes a usar la red 3G porque las bandas 4G dejan de funcionar.

 Encuentran una red de venta de esclavos en Instagram que operaba en países de Oriente Medio usando hashtags como escaparates para trata de humanos, la mayoría de ellos en servicio doméstico, incluso menores. — La venta se cerraba por DM.

 Google extiende el ciclo de actualizaciones para la mayoría de Chromebooks. Un total de 135 modelos de portátiles distintos recibirán entre 6 y 24 meses más de actualizaciones de ChromeOS.

 Algunos modelos cumplirán 7-8 años de actualizaciones, menos que Windows. Pero un avance.

 El Pixel original de 2016 recibirá una actualización final en diciembre.

 Las preguntas de Alexa respondidas por otros usuarios son un caos. Para sorpresa de nadie, Amazon permitió hace semanas a usuarios responder preguntas, y sin verificar las comunicaba a otros usuarios. Troleo variado e irresponsabilidad corporativa.

 “¿Es seguro comer pilas?” — “Sí, pero no comas muchas”  “¿Cómo cazas a un elefante?” — “Primero, cavas un hoyo…”  “¿Qué vegetales no pueden comer los gatos?” — “Hiedra venenosa y lo que cocina mi madre”

 Las reseñas del Surface Pro X son regulares. La primera Surface con ARM en muchos años aún sufre de incompatibilidades ocasionales de software, y que la batería sufre mucho cuando usas apps sin soporte ARM64.

 Facebook tapa un agujero de privacidad de 2018 que permitía a más de 100 desarrolladores acceder a datos privados de los grupos a través de una API que supuestamente habían arreglado. — Les ha pedido que borren los posibles datos de sus servidores.

 La cámara de 108MP de un Xiaomi se corona como la mejor según DxO. El polémico análisis de fotografía valora al nuevo CC9 Pro Premium con una nota de 121, la misma que el Huawei Mate 30 Pro, por encima de Pixels, iPhones (menos el 11, por analizar todavía).

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 Ford prepara un prototipo eléctrico del Mustang… con cambio manual.

 Caen los pagos electrónicos en Venezuela porque los lectores de tarjeta de crédito dejan de funcionar durante días por los cortes de eléctricos.

 El lunes llegó un cargamento de vino a la Estación Espacial Internacional para evaluar cómo se comporta la bebida en microgravedad durante 12 meses.

 Turtle Rover es un “dron de tierra” que permite incorporar multitud de cámaras y gimbals.

 Wikipedia utilizará The Internet Archive para añadir referencias a libros clásicos y modernos, y garantizar la disponibilidad de las citas.

 La calidad de vídeo de Apple TV+ es de unos 30 Mbps en 4K, con picos de 41 Mbps. Un bitrate muy superior al 4K de Netflix de unos 16 Mbps.

 Más dudas sobre Boeing, esta vez un ex-trabajador veterano alerta del diseño del sistema de oxígeno de emergencia en los 787.

 Firefox 72 bloqueará las alertas para enviar notificaciones de las páginas web. Llegará en diciembre.

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Sr. UI Developer New Jersey City, Alpharetta, GA ravik Job in Alpharetta, GA, GA

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Sr. UI Developer New Jersey City, Alpharetta, GA ravik Location :: New Jersey City, Alpharetta, GA Angular 4+ . Node JS Java Script/TypeScript ES6 CSS3 ... Save as E-mail Job Alert
          

SQL/BI Developer - San Diego

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Philadelphia Restructures Its Innovation and Design Work

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Philadelphia is folding its Office of Open Data and Digital Transformation (ODDT) into other departments, with all team members transitioning to new offices by the end of the year, the city announced in a blog post.

There are two offices where the staff and the work done by the ODDT area headed, and those will be the Office of Innovation and Technology (OIT) and the Office of Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). In the blog, officials described the move “as the next step in the evolution” of Philadelphia’s tech and innovation efforts, noting that the goal is to foster greater focus on forward-facing projects such as deploying human-centered design methodologies.

As the blog also noted, Philadelphia is hiring four new employees to support the work, including a UX strategist, a UX designer, and a pair of content strategists. 

This seems to be part of an ongoing effort in Philadelphia to organize and streamline this type of work. In fact, in May, the city’s GIS leader moved into a new dual role that also included responsibilities of the chief data officer. As the blog notes, the open data team “has already joined OIT’s more centralized data team under Chief Geographic Information/Data Officer Henry Garie.”

The hope is that a more unified, collaborative effort will help accelerate open data work in Philadelphia. Meanwhile, others within the ODDT will make the transition at the end of the year, with that group including content strategists, user experience designers and visual designers. The goal for them is to provide a design and experience lens to work being done to maintain and expand the relatively new phila.gov platform, which was launched during the summer of 2018 with a mission of giving citizens a modernized portal through which to interact with local government. OIT Deputy CIO for Innovation Andrew Buss will direct this digital transformation team in the interim.

The developers in ODDT will also join OIT’s software engineering team, which is led by Director of Software Engineering Dan Lopez. Finally, ODDT service designers and design researchers will be forming a new design studio to be led by CAO Director of Strategic Design Liana Dragoman. The idea is that that office will help with cross-agency process improvement work.

City officials are optimistic these changes will help scale work that is already being done, noting in the blog, “Under the leadership of Stephanie Tipton, interim chief administrative officer, and Mark Wheeler, chief information officer, design, development and data now have permanent homes, growing teams, and expanding portfolios in OIT and the CAO.”


          

Dew Drop – November 5, 2019 (#3065)

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Lots of news from Microsoft Ignite in today’s edition! Top Links Re-imagining developer productivity with AI-assisted tools (Amanda Silver) Announcing .NET Core 3.1 Preview 2 (Rich Lander) Introducing Microsoft Assessments and Investments in Microsoft Learn (Jeff Sandquist) Introducing the new Microsoft Edge and Bing (Yusuf Mehdi) Announcing Visual Studio Online Public Preview (Nik Molnar) WinUI […]
          

Devoxx 2019: Java, Java and more JAVA!

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Originally created in 2001, Devoxx celebrates its 18th year as one of the most highly attended and influential third-party developer conferences. The conference occurs annually in Antwerp, Belgium and has also expanded to other worldwide locations such as Ukraine, Morocco, France, United Kingdom, and Poland.

This year's event in Antwerp will bring together 3000+ attendees, 200+ speakers, and 200+ sessions over five days. As part of the event, Oracle's Java Platform Group (JPG) continues to participate to deliver a broad collection of content offering a deep-dive into popular Java language, platform, and tooling topics. 

If you’re attending Devoxx Belgium this year, members of JPG are looking forward to meeting you. Besides attending the sessions that are of most interest to you, when visiting the exhibition hall we invite you to stop by the Oracle booth to meet up with us.

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ExRobotics and Yokogawa Collaborate to Accelerate Adoption of Robotics for Inspection of Facilities in Hazardous Environments

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ExRobotics B.V., a Netherlands-based developer of robotics technology for hazardous environments, and Yokogawa Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6841), a global provider of industrial automation, control, and measurement technology, announce the signing of a licensing agreement that will enable Yokogawa to sell and deploy ExRobotics' inspection robot hardware and software platforms worldwide.
          

IOT Hash

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It’s another of my double-entendre titles. The optimizer can turn a hash join involving an index-organized table into a real performance disaster (though you may have to help it along the way by using a silly definition for your primary key columns). This post was inspired by a question posted on the Oracle Developer Community […]
          

Mobile Developer (m/f/d) // AIPARK GmbH

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Don’t let your garbage disposal fall into disrepair schedule competent

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Don’t let your garbage disposal fall into disrepair schedule competent service and keep a clean kitchen longer! All work completed to a good quality. We started noticing an uptick in service calls for baxi boilers back in 2005 astonishingly, in calgary’s building boom after the 1980s, some homebuilders and condominium developers.
          

KDE's Dolphin Now Lets Users Know What's Preventing A Drive From Being Unmounted

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Phoronix: KDE's Dolphin Now Lets Users Know What's Preventing A Drive From Being Unmounted For those wondering what KDE developers are up to at...
          

Middleton voters approve $10K for American Glue chemical assessment

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At the Middleton special Town Meeting, Andy Sheehan explained that potential developers have concerns about cleanup liability connected to the former American Glue building.
          

RoboFont 3.3

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Today we’re proud to announce the official release of RoboFont 3.3, wrapping up all the work which was done since the release of RF 3.2 in January. download RoboFont 3.3 RoboFont 3.3 consolidates the move to Python3 and UFO3: the embedded Python was upgraded to 3.7, the codebase was cleaned up from legacy Python 2 code, and more UFO3 attributes can now be edited by the application. Here’s an overview of the main changes in this release: Interface More colorful The Glyph Editor now supports individual colors for guidelines and anchors, as defined by the UFO3 spec. Guideline colors can be edited in the Inspector with a new Guidelines panel. The Glyph View Preferences now offers separate settings for point, segment, contour and component indexes. More elegant The Accordion widget – used by the Inspector panel, the Batch extension and many other tools – has a new flat style which makes the interface feel lighter and cleaner. More precise The Updates Found window has a new diff view to visualise external changes to glyphs – so you can know exactly where and how your glif data is changing. More quiet RoboFont 3.3 adds support for macOS notifications, which disappear automatically after a few seconds and can be configured in the macOS Preferences. A PostBannerNotification object was also added to mojo.UI, so you can use notifications in your tools too. Read more about the interface updates in the RoboFont 3.3b anouncement. APIs RoboFont 3.3 upgrades the embedded Python from 3.6.5 to 3.7.4 – see What’s New In Python 3.7 for an overview of the latest changes in the language. All embedded modules have also been updated to their latest versions. With the official retirement of Python 2 scheduled for the end of this year, the RoboFont codebase was cleaned-up from legacy py2 code and is now py3 only. The same applies to many core libraries embedded in RF. Goodbye py2, long live py3! (See also the note about extensions containing .pyc files below.) RoboFont now embeds GoogleFont’s ufo2ft and fontmake libraries, providing users an alternative path for generating OpenType and TrueType fonts from UFOs. (Binary fonts are still generated using ufo2fdk and Adobe’s makeotf by default.) As announced in the 3.2 release, ufoLib is now part of fontTools. In RoboFont 3.3, the standalone version of ufoLib is no longer available – so if you use ufoLib in your scripts, make sure to use fontTools.ufoLib instead from now on. Most extensions which use ufoLib have already been updated, let us know if you come across one which hasn’t. The latest update of vanilla adds support for a new positioning mode, auto layout, which uses rules and constraints instead of absolute position and size. This model is a bit more complex, but it’s very powerful: it allows you to build user interfaces that dynamically respond to changes, and makes it (typically) faster and easier to implement revisions in complex interface layouts. See the updated documentation for explanation and examples of the new auto layout methods. Extensions RoboFont 3.3 introduces several new features which will get users and developers of extensions excited. For users The Mechanic 2 extension has undergone a major revision and is now a lot faster – huge thanks to Antonio Cavedoni for this invaluable contribution. The Feature Preview extension has also been partially rewritten and now uses Harfbuzz instead of compositor for shaping. The new version is faster and can handle shaping of non-latin scripts. Here is an overview of new extensions released during the last release cycle: ThemeManager by Andy Clymer & Connor Davenport A tool for reading, writing, and storing custom .roboFontTheme files and switching Glyph View themes. ToolManager & GlyphPalette by Rafał Buchner A special palette to activate/deactivate tools in the Glyph Editor, and a tool to visualize references to glyphs in components. SideBear by Ryan Bugden An Inspector panel to modify the current glyph’s sidebearings. PasteGlyph by Tal Leming An interface for quickly pasting a glyph into the one you are currently drawing. Kern-A-Lytics by Adobe Type Tools A tool for analyzing and fixing kerning consistency across several master fonts. AngleRatioTool by LetteError Shows the ratio between the length of incoming and outgoing sections of BCPs and tangents. Useful in preparing masters for interpolation. GroupSpacing by Gustavo Ferreira A tool to enable group spacing in the Space Center. These previously existing tools are now also available via Mechanic: LetterMeter by Just van Rossum & Peter Biľak A text-analysis tool for comparing multilingual texts and measuring the frequency of particular glyphs. EventObserver by Frederik Berlaen A debugging helper which observes events and displays attributes which are available in the callback info dict. For developers The Extension Folder Spec was udpated to version 3.0, with the addition of an expiration date attribute to enable trial extensions, and support for version-specific lib folders for binary extensions (which means that .pyc-only extensions can now work across different major versions of Python). Also, the ExtensionBuilder supports documentation sources in markdown format now. See the updated Boilerplate extension for examples of these new features. Enjoy RoboFont 3.3! RoboFont 3.3 is the first release which is notarized by Apple, following the new security measures introduced in macOS 10.15. See the RoboFont 3.3 release notes for the full list of changes. Big thanks to all designers and developers who contribute to the continuous improvement of RoboFont!
          

SAP BI Developer - Resolute Forest Products - Montréal, QC

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With a diverse range of pulp, paper, tissue and wood products sold in over 70 countries, Resolute owns or operates some 40 facilities, as well as power…
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CA-Culver City, Job Position: Java Developer Location: Culver City, CA Duration: 6 Months (Possibility of extension) 7-10 years exp. Responsibilities: Interacting with Business Users/ Product Owners to understand requirements and convert that into working software under the architectural guidance • Perform code reviews of other team members and provide guidance on the application of design patterns, unit tests, a
          

OmniVision Announces Guinness World Record for Smallest Image Sensor and New Miniature Camera Module for Disposable Medical Applications

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OmniVision Technologies, Inc., a leading developer of advanced digital imaging solutions, today announced from MD&M Minneapolis that its OV6948 is the winner of the Guinness World Record for...
          

Developer’s guide to Dreamforce 2019

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At Dreamforce this year, there will be more than 700 sessions specifically for developers. Whether you are a beginner looking to build your first API or integration with MuleSoft, or are a seasoned MuleSoft developer looking to gain more advanced knowledge, there will be resources for everyone at Dreamforce this year to help you on your development journey.

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Beta release: Anypoint Connector for B2C Commerce Cloud

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Today, we’re excited to release the private beta of Anypoint Connector for Salesforce B2C Commerce Cloud. 

Global retailers of all sizes — such as Adidas, Lacoste and Asics — use Salesforce B2C Commerce to deliver delightful e-Commerce experiences to shoppers worldwide, whether through mobile, social media, or through a custom web storefront. Behind many of these experiences are Commerce Cloud’s Open Commerce APIs, or OCAPI,  that allow external web applications to interface with the platform’s core commerce functionality.




          

CC - RSS Job Developer

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Position description JOB SUMMARY: Under the supervision of the program director, the employment orientation specialist is responsible for developing an employment plan for each employable client. The specialist will ensure that these Services are provided in a planned, effective and timely manner to eligible clients, that the services are appropriate to meet the needs of the individual refugee and will contribute to the early employment and self-sufficiency of participating refugees. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: To develop new employers on a regular basis, and help maintain relations with current employers. Attend Job Fairs, and other key opportunities to establish community relations for gaining employment for refugees. And, develop opportunities for clients to participant in job training and job upgrades. To also, work with client/clients to strategize an appropriate employment plan, determining job skills and developing a written resume with clients.
          

XPS 13 Developer Edition, 18 configurations autour d’Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, détails

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Dell annonce la disponibilité de son ordinateur portable XPS 13 Developer Edition. Il se décline en 18 configurations différentes. L’une de ses qualités est de proposer le système d’exploitation Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. Annoncé en août 2019, ce XPS 13 Developer Edition enrichit l’offre Dell en matière d’ordinateur portable grand public. Il incarne la 9ème génération ...

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ARA US Hospitality Trust Announces Acquisition of a Portfolio of Three Premium Marriott-Branded Upscale Select-Service Hotels in the United States

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Nov 06, 2019

SINGAPORE, Nov 6, 2019 - (ACN Newswire) - ARA US Hospitality Trust ("ARA H-Trust") is pleased to announce that it has today entered into a conditional purchase and sales agreement to acquire a portfolio of three Marriott-branded upscale select-service hotels in the United States for US$84.5 million. The three freehold properties are located within the markets of Raleigh, North Carolina and San Antonio, Texas, that benefit from diversified demand from nearby corporations, universities and leisure attractions.

The accretive acquisition at a net property income yield of 8.0% is expected to increase ARA H-Trust's pro forma distribution income from the listing date on 9 May 2019 to 30 September 2019 by US$1.4 million, translating to a rise in distribution per stapled security from 3.13 US cents to 3.38 US cents assuming the acquisition was completed on listing date. The acquisition will be funded primarily with debt and by internal cash resources. Following this acquisition, ARA H-Trust's portfolio will grow to 41 hotels with 5,340 guest rooms geographically diversified throughout 22 states in the United States.

Mr Lee Jin Yong, the Chief Executive Officer of the Managers, said, "This acquisition demonstrates our ability to execute third-party transactions at an attractive yield in the world's largest lodging market. We will continue to explore acquisition opportunities to further diversify our portfolio by location and by brand, and most importantly to enhance stapled securityholders' returns."

DBS Bank Ltd. ("DBS") was the Sole Issue Manager for the Offering (the "Sole Issue Manager"). DBS, Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited and United Overseas Bank Limited were the Joint Financial Advisers and Joint Global Coordinators for the Offering (collectively, the "Joint Financial Advisers and Joint Global Coordinators"). DBS, Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited, United Overseas Bank Limited and Credit Suisse (Singapore) Limited were the Joint Bookrunners and Underwriters for the Offering (collectively, the "Joint Bookrunners and Underwriters").

Mr Lee added, "We are excited with the addition of this high quality freehold portfolio which will broaden our earnings base with diversified and increased net property income. The portfolio has outperformed its competitive set recording RevPAR indices between 120% to 146%. The superior revenue per available room (RevPAR) performance will contribute robust, stable cashflows to our bottom-line. In addition, the acquisition will affiliate ARA H-Trust with Marriott, a leading global hotel brand, and Concord Hospitality, a well-regarded, experienced hotel developer and operator in the US. The new relationship with Concord is expected to broaden our network to source future accretive acquisitions."

The portfolio consists of AC by Marriott Raleigh North Hills, Courtyard San Antonio at The Rim and Residence Inn San Antonio at The Rim.

AC by Marriott Raleigh North Hills is the newest hotel within the heart of Raleigh's North Hills - one of Raleigh/Durham's premier live-work-play destinations. North Hills is a mixed-use development that contains more than 1 million square feet of office space, with notable tenants such as PwC, KPMG and Bank of America, plus retail, entertainment, and residences. Universities around the area include North Carolina State University (35,000 students), Duke University (15,000 students) and University of North Carolina (29,000 students). It is also strategically located 20 to 30 minutes to the airport, downtown Raleigh, and the Research Triangle Park. The Research Triangle Park is one of the most prominent high-tech research and development parks in the United States and houses 200 companies (including IBM, SAS, GlaxoSmithKline, Cisco and Lenovo) with over 50,000 workers.

Courtyard San Antonio at The Rim and Residence Inn San Antonio at The Rim are located adjacent to each other in one of the most desirable submarkets in San Antonio. The local market features attractive residential, retail, office developments, as well as popular leisure attractions. Key demand drivers include Fortune 500 corporations (Valero, Nustar and USAA); Six Flags Fiesta Texas amusement park; The Rim, a 2.8 million square feet master development with retail, dining, and service amenities; the University of Texas at San Antonio (31,000 students); and Camp Bullis, a 28,000 acres US Army training facility with 6,000 employees and training throughput of over 170,000 annually.

Lee Jin Yong
Chief Executive Officer

For queries, please contact:
Aaron Goh
Assistant Manager, Investor Relations
Email: aarongoh@ara-group.com
Phone: +65 6601 9362

About ARA US Hospitality Trust

Listed on the Singapore Exchange on 9 May 2019, ARA US Hospitality Trust is a hospitality stapled group comprising ARA US Hospitality Property Trust ("ARA H-REIT") and ARA US Hospitality Management Trust ("ARA H-BT"). ARA US Hospitality Trust invests in income-producing real estate assets used primarily for hospitality purposes located in the United States.

As at Listing Date, ARA US Hospitality Trust's initial portfolio comprises 38 upscale Hyatt-branded select-service hotels across 21 states in the United States (the world's largest lodging market) with a total of 4,950 rooms valued at US$719.5 million. 36 out of the 38 hotels have freehold land titles.

ARA US Hospitality Property Trust is managed by ARA Trust Management (USH) Pte. Ltd. and ARA US Hospitality Management Trust is managed by ARA Business Trust Management (USH) Pte. Ltd., collectively, the Managers. The Managers are whollyowned subsidiaries of ARA Asset Management Limited. For more information, please visit www.araushotels.com.

About the Sponsor

The Sponsor, ARA Real Estate Investors 23 Pte. Ltd., is an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of ARA Asset Management Limited, a premier global integrated real assets fund manager. As of 30 June 2019, Gross Assets Managed by ARA Group and its Associates is more than S$83 billion across over 100 cities in 23 countries.

Driven by a vision to be best-in-class real assets fund management company. ARA Group and its Associates' businesses include:

(a) REITs - ARA is one of the largest REIT managers in Asia Pacific. The Group directly manages Suntec REIT, Cache Logistics Trust and ARA US Hospitality Trust, listed in Singapore; and Fortune REIT, Hui Xian REIT and Prosperity REIT, listed in Hong Kong. It also indirectly manages REITs in Japan, Australia, Singapore and Malaysia through its associate companies.

(b) Private real estate funds - The Group manages private funds providing investment opportunities in diverse real estate sectors and geographies that cater to different investor risk appetites.

(c) Country desks - ARA operates country desks in China, Korea, Japan, Malaysia, Australia, Europe and the United States. The country desks employ a strong understanding of each local market to facilitate the flow of inbound and outbound capital and cross-country collaborations. ARA has an expanded presence in Japan via its strategic stake in Kenedix, Inc. and in Europe via its strategic stake in Cromwell Property Group.

(d) Infrastructure - ARA Infrastructure was established in 2018 to cater to strong investor demand for global infrastructure investment.

(e) Real estate management services - As part of the Group's investor-operator philosophy, its dedicated property management teams actively work the ground to manage its assets globally.

ARA's multi-platform, multi-product global fund management strategy, combined with its dedicated teams with in-depth local knowledge, enables the Group to offer enduring value to investors. Built on a foundation of strong corporate governance and business integrity, ARA counts some of the world's largest pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, financial institutions, endowments and family offices as its investors. For more information, please visit http://www.ara-group.com/.

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IMH, Duke-NUS and Neeuro Pilot Home-Based Brain-Training Game to Help Children with ADHD

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Nov 06, 2019

• Researchers at IMH, Duke-NUS and A*STAR have developed an advanced brain-computer interface technology that harnesses machine learning to personalise brain-training for children with ADHD.
• Partnering local tech start-up, Neeuro, the researchers are rolling out a pilot home-based intervention programme for children with ADHD undergoing treatment at IMH. The take-home kit comprises a wireless headband and a Samsung tablet with the pre-loaded game.
• Extensive clinical testing through a large-scale randomised clinical trial of the game-based brain-training programme found improvements in the attention span of children with ADHD.

Singapore, 6 November 2019 --( ASIA TODAY )-- A first-of-its-kind personalised, interactive brain-training game will soon be helping children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) improve their attention span. The unique selling point of this technology is that children with ADHD can participate in this programme from home. A pilot run for the home-based programme will be launched for 20 children, aged 6-12 years, who are currently receiving treatment for ADHD at the Institute of Mental Health (IMH).

The game, called CogoLand1, was developed through a decade’s worth of extensive research, utilising Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) technology that incorporates machine-learning algorithms to personalise attention training, with the hope of complementing mainstay ADHD treatment. The use of CogoLand to complement ADHD treatment is the result of a collaboration between IMH, Duke-NUS Medical School and A*STAR’s Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R). Neeuro Pte Ltd, a local tech startup and spinoff from A*STAR, is the current sole licensee of the technology.

This non-invasive ADHD intervention programme was the subject of a large scale randomised clinical trial funded by the National Medical Research Council, involving 172 children with ADHD in Singapore.2 Associate Professor Lee Tih Shih, from Duke-NUS’ Neuroscience and Behavioural Disorders programme and Principal Investigator of the large scale clinical trial, commented: “Our patented, personalised intervention using advanced BCI technology has shown very promising and robust results, and we hope it can benefit many children with ADHD in the future.”

Furthermore, Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) scans of a subset of the children, led by Associate Professor Juan Helen Zhou, also from Duke-NUS, showed positive post-training effects observed in brain areas associated with attention and task-orientation.3 The patented technology was summarised by Professor Guan Cuntai, technical lead of the system and scientific advisor to Neeuro: “Our technology can accurately quantify a person’s attention level in real-time using a machine learning algorithm and, from there, develop a unique patented personalised training programme using a feed-forward concept for cognitive training. Further improvements have been made in recent iterations by capitalising on the latest deep learning approaches with our large dataset.” Professor Guan was also the Principal Scientist who led the BCI research when he was part of A*STAR’s I2R.

Dr Lim Choon Guan, Deputy Chief of the Department of Developmental Psychiatry at IMH said: “While medication and behavioural therapy are effective in treating symptoms of ADHD in children, some parents are also keen to explore other approaches that can help their children to improve their concentration. After a decade of collaborative work, our team is very excited to pilot this home-based brain-training game which parents can use to help their children regulate themselves.” The home-based programme will see the 20 children each receive a take-home kit that includes Neeuro’s brainwave-reading SenzeBand and a Samsung tablet with the preloaded CogoLand game, which they will use following a prescribed regimen for the duration of the programme. This approach is intended to be a complement and/or supplement to conventional ADHD treatment.

According to Dr. Alvin Chan, CEO and Co-Founder of Neeuro, “At Neeuro, our aim is to utilise technology to enable positive change in the neurological agility and fitness of our users. We are privileged to be working with institutions such as IMH, Duke-NUS and A*STAR, in conjunction with our hardware partner Samsung, to explore the use of cutting-edge technology in order to achieve this aim. It is our hope that this trial paves the way to enable the progressive development of new complementary options that will bring about positive outcomes for the millions of children afflicted with ADHD globally, especially those in Singapore.”

Mr Philip Lim, CEO of A*STAR’s innovation and enterprise office A*ccelerate, said: “It is always fulfilling when homegrown technologies are translated into meaningful outcomes. We are proud to be a part of Neeuro’s journey, and A*STAR will continue supporting entrepreneurial companies like them to grow and innovate.”

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1 See Annex A for more information on CogoLand.

2 Lim, C., Poh, X., Fung, S., Guan, C., Bautista, D., & Cheung, Y. et al. (2019). A randomized controlled trial of a brain-computer interface based attention training program for ADHD. PLOS ONE, 14(5), e0216225. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0216225

3 Qian, X., Loo, B., Castellanos, F., Liu, S., Koh, H., & Poh, X. et al. (2018). Brain-computer-interface-based intervention re-normalizes brain functional network topology in children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Translational Psychiatry, 8(1). DOI: 10.1038/s41398-018-0213-8

Note: The research study was funded by grants from the National Medical Research Council (NMRC) and National Healthcare Group (NHG). The research team also acknowledges the support received from the Ministry of Education, Singapore.

About Neeuro
Its core technology, NeeuroOS, is a platform ecosystem that empowers health care professionals, researchers and third party developers with an Artificial Intelligence (AI) driven platform with the ability to analyse the brain signals of users; measuring mental states including but not limited to attention, relaxation, mental workload and fatigue. Neeuro’s holistic platform, coupled with its other offerings, reveal numerous potential avenues to explore complementary mental wellness options for ADHD children, patients with stroke, cognitive rehabilitation and many other neurological issues.

For more information, please visit https://www.neeuro.com.
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Email: Fiona_wy_foo@imh.com.sg

Federico Graciano
Duke-NUS Communications
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Email: f.graciano@duke-nus.edu.sg

Gladys Chung
A*STAR Corporate Communications
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Google Camera Mod Brings 16x Zoom to the Pixel 4

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The Pixel 4 comes with a telephoto lens that allows users up to 2x optical zoom, but it restricts digital zoom to 8x, most likely to prevent distorted images. However, that doesn’t mean the feature cannot be enabled within the software with a little bit of tweaking from the endlessly resourceful Android developer community. That […]
          

Back End Developer - Wysdom.AI - Richmond Hill, ON

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We also constantly explore new technologies to improve our tech stack. We are looking for a great Back-End Developer to join Wysdom.AI – a fast-growing…
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Senior Java Developer - Wysdom.AI - Richmond Hill, ON

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We also constantly explore new technologies to improve our tech stack. We are looking for a great Senior Java Developer to join Wysdom.AI – a fast-growing…
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Intermediate Java Developer - Wysdom.AI - Richmond Hill, ON

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We also constantly explore new technologies to improve our tech stack. We are looking for a great Intermediate Java Developer, to join Wysdom.AI – a fast…
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Software Developer - SDK - Mappedin - Waterloo, ON

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Explore new ways to integrate with the Mappedin Platform on mobile. Builds Proof of Concepts to explore new use cases and integrations.
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Software Developer Evangelist - Mappedin - Waterloo, ON

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Builds Proof of Concepts leveraging our iOS, Android and Web SDKs to explore new use cases and integrations. Who we are and what we do.
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Housing developer eyeing Beloit Town Hall site

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A housing developer is looking to potentially build on a site currently occupied by the Beloit Town Hall.

Town Administrator Gene Wright said developers approached him with the idea of buying the hall, and the 14 acres it sits on, in the last two weeks.

"We weren't expecting it, we didn't have anything on the market or anything like that," Wright said.

The town hall building has sat vacant for the last several months, as employees were moved to the Town of Beloit Fire Station due to the hall's conditions.

Changes could be coming soon to the Town of Beloit Town Hall site. A developer has approached the town about buying all 14 acres, including the town hall itself.

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"Right now we do need something, we've got approximately five or six employees working out of the fire department that's not designed for that type of set up," Wright said. "Any future growth in areas, we don't have it."

On Monday, Wright took the proposal to the town board. Next, he says, they'll work to set up a meeting with the potential developer to go over specifics. Should a deal be reached, Wright says he anticipates they'd begin working quickly.

He said the group is looking to build several duplexes, and other multiunit housing projects. While the town would still be without a town hall for the foreseeable future, Wright said it would be a benefit to sell the current building.

"We could be looking at a couple million dollar project on the tax roll, instead of an abandoned building that we're maintaining with no income coming in," he said.

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New comment by RcouF1uZ4gsC in "Fastly launches its new compute environment – supports Rust"

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Looking at the description, it seems that Fastly supports web assembly and Rust is one of the languages that can compile to web assembly.

However to show my excitement about Rust, I will be appending " - supports Rust" to any announcement I post. For example:

New Linux Kernel released - supports Rust

Dell releases new Developer edition XPS - supports Rust

Intel releases Ice Lake processors - supports Rust

Windows 10 Update - supports Rust


          

Best Windows 10 S laptop deals to buy

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If you haven’t heard about or used Windows 10 S yet, it is just a version of Windows 10 that runs on apps from Microsoft Store only. This means that the previous traditional desktop software will work on this system, however, the rider is that the software has to be packaged by its developer as […]

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딥러닝 학습 향상을 위한 고려 사항들

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1. 가중치 감소(Weight Decay)를 통한 가중치 정형화(Weight Regularization) 손실함수에 어떤 제약 조건을 적용해 오버피팅을 최소화하는 방법으로 L1 정형화와 L2 정형화가 있습니다. 오버피팅은 특정 가중치값이 커질수록 발생할 가능성이 높아지므로 이를 해소하기 위해 특정값을 손실함수에 더해주는 것이 정형화 중 가중치 감소(Weight Decay)이며, 더해주는 특정값을 결정하는 것이 L1 정형화와 L2 정형화입니다. 파이토치에서 이 Weight Decay는 다음 코드처럼 적용할 …
          

MNIST 숫자 분류 정확도 99.5% 모델

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0~9까지의 손글씨 숫자 데이터인 MNIST을 대상으로 99% 이상의 분류 정확도에 대한 모델 테스트에 대한 글입니다. 이와 유사한 글이 2개 있었는데, 첫번째는 퍼셉트론 방식이고 두번째는 DNN 방식입니다. 아래는 MNIST 데이터셋을 DNN 방식으로 분류한 글입니다. Model 확장과 가중치값 변경을 통한 예측 정확도 향상 위의 글과는 다르게 이 글은 CNN 방식으로 분류 정확도를 개선했습니다. MNIST 분류에 대한 정확도 …
          

Innovative Dosage Forms: Design and Development at Early Stage

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Teaches future and current drug developers the latest innovations in drug formulation design and optimization

This highly accessible, practice-oriented book examines current approaches in the development of drug formulations for preclinical and clinical studies, including the use of functional excipients to enhance solubility and stability. It covers oral, intravenous, topical, and parenteral administration routes. The book also discusses safety aspects

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I have to say I am quite impressed with the involvement and interaction that the development team at Soulbound Studios has had with its community. They are often in the forums posting information about the direction of the game. They also have an IRC channel that hosts a Q&A every week as well as dropping in daily to chat.
Over the years I have not seen any other team make themselves as accessible as this one does. 
          

Art of EVE Online Shown Off From EVE Vegas - MMORPG.com

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imageArt of EVE Online Shown Off From EVE Vegas - MMORPG.com

EVE Online developers shared some of the art behind the game in a recent EVE Vegas video.

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Enhanced graphics killed off mmorpgs

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The modern era of graphics did us in.  Cost of everything had skyrocketed.

Who's at fault:
-The selfish population that insist on great visuals.
-Developers for degrading the experience of deep rich gaming for eye candy. 

mmorpg's are hard to make. WITHOUT GOING INTO DETAIL, mmorpgs feel the pain the most.  All Triple A gaming is feeling it too.


Were our worst enemy...... You can't pump out large content and make it look good, bottom line.  If you clam bullshit, I want a game that looks great, well you made your choice "nothing". 


Selfish and pleasing the selfish.


The answer could be simple !!!!
Triple A, should back indie developers. 
          

Devision is the Definition of Custom Software at its Finest according to Clutch

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Not all partnerships are successful on both ends.  Each partner gives the other some form of a product or performance and often businesses cannot complete their end of the bargain.  Here at Devision, even when our partner is 100% satisfied, our work is not done.  The most successful businesses go that extra mile when a ...

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Facebook Unknowingly Shared Private Group Data With Partners

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Facebook Unknowingly Shared Private Group Data With Partners

(Nov 6): Facebook Inc. said it unknowingly gave outside developers access to private user information shared within some groups on its main social network, including the names and profile photos of people who were part of those groups.

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TikTok’s New Tools Seek to Deepen Ties With U.S. App Developers

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TikTok’s New Tools Seek to Deepen Ties With U.S. App Developers

(Nov 5): TikTok, the music-video-sharing mobile app owned by China’s ByteDance Inc., unveiled new tools to let third-party developers integrate their content onto its platform, seeking to deepen ties in the U.S. even as it faces growing scrutiny from lawmakers over data security.

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Using Asserts in Embedded Systems

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By using asserts proactively in embedded systems on debug and production builds, developers can both prevent more bugs before shipping and quickly surface and fix them after shipping. Proper assert handling is also the safest way to handle issues and undefined behavior that occur in production. In this post, we’ll go over best practices with asserts, when to use asserts, and then come up with a production ready custom assert implementation for an ARM Cortex-M device, all while keeping the code size usage to a minimum.

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Software Developer / C++ en PL-SQL

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Voor een klant in regio Noord-Limburg zijn wij op zoek naar een Software Developer met goede kennis van C++ en PL-SQL. Het gaat om een internationaal bedrijf met locaties wereldwijd. Als Software Developer werk je op de locatie in Noord-Limburg. Projectspecificaties Per: start z.s.m. Uren: 40 uur per week Duur opdracht: t/m 30-06-2020 met optie op verlenging Opdracht - Recent is er een groot nieuw project gestart voor het openen van een nieuwe locatie met bijbehorende automatisering...
          

Senior Angular Developer

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Introductie: Voor een organisatie actief in de sportbranche, ben ik op zoek naar een Senior Angular Developer. Organisatie: De organisatie is sinds begin deze eeuw marktleider in de sportbranche, met een innovatieve tool. Middels deze tool worden de medische statistieken (denk aan hartslag, aantal gelopen meters etc...
          

Fullstack Developer

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We have partnered with one of the leading innovative banking groups in the Netherlands and they are currently in need of a seasoned Fullstack Python Developer with experience in the programming languages ​​like Python, JavaScript, Angular, Java etc. The opportunity is based in Amsterdam and it's initially for 1 year contract...
          

Android Developer

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Momenteel ben ik voor een klant op zoek naar een Android developer. De organisatie is gelegen in de omgeving van Amsterdam. Ze zoeken iemand die al meerdere jaren native Kotlin ervaring heeft. Algemene informatie: * Contract: 3 maanden met intentie tot verlenging * Uren: 32 - 40 uur * Plaats: omgeving Amsterdam * Start: ASAP Ben je of ken je iemand die beschikbaar is of komt? Neem dan contact op met Kiki Brands...
          

DB2 developer

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Voor onze klant in regio Amsterdam zijn wij op zoek naar een DB2 Ontwikkelaar AIX. Start: ZSM Duur: 5 maanden met optie op verlenging Aantal uur: 40 uur Locatie: Amsterdam Functie: De opdracht omschrijving is tweeledig. Zo zal je de bestaande DB2 LUW 11.1 omgeving gaan onderhouden en beheren in samenwerking met een andere DB2 Beheerder...
          

2 x Java Developers

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We have partnered with one of the leading banking groups in the Netherlands and they are currently in need of 2 x Java Developers to work in their Utrecht offices for an initial 1 year contract. Knowledge/Experience - At least 5 years work experience as a Java Developer - Interest in mortgages - Fluent command of the Dutch language is necessary, because the legacy code is developed in the Dutch language...
          

Senior Java Developer

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We have partnered with one of the most innovative banking groups in the Netherlands and they are currently in need of 2 x Senior Java Developers to work in their Amsterdam offices for an initial 1 year freelance contract. What tech stack do you need: • Minimum 3 years of experience with Java, Spring and Web services (SOAP / JSON) • Requires experience with Spring Boot, Docker, OpenShift / Kubernetes, RabbitMQ, REST, Microservices • Requires experience with tools such as Git / Bitbucket, Maven, Jira, Confluence, Nexus • Concrete experience with front-end development is a Pré (Preact or similar) • Knowledge of and being able to work with SQL, JPA and Hibernate • Knowledge of and experience with Jenkins pipelines • Knowledge of automatic testing and use of tools such as Cucumber and Selenium • Knowledge of WebLogic is a plus • Knowledge of Azure DevOps is a Pre...
          

Python Backend Developer

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Backend Developer (Python) Start date Asap Duration 6 months + Location Amsterdam Full-time availability (40 hours per week) is required As a Back-end Developer, you build something that matters in various product development projects, focusing for example on data processing, data storage, data science...
          

.Net/Azure Developer

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WIBA IT zoek per direct een .Net/Azure Developer voor een klant in regio Breda. Start: Zo snel mogelijk Duur: 3 maanden + optie op verlenging Locatie: Breda Aantal uur: 32-36 uur Onze klant heeft meerdere applicaties draaien welke nu in Sitecore CMS systeem zitten. Op dit moment zoeken zij een...
          

Senior Java Developer

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We have partnered with one of our exclusive clients in the public sector and they are currently in need of a Senior Java Developer. This is a freelance contract opportunity untill November 2020 and located in Utrecht. Need to speak Dutch Tech requirements: - Minimum 3 years of experience with Java, Spring and Web services (SOAP / JSON) - Spring Boot, Docker, OpenShift / Kubernetes, RabbitMQ, REST, Microservices - Git / Bitbucket, Maven, Jira, Confluence, Nexus - Concrete experience with front-end development is a preference (React or similar) - Knowledge of and being able to work with SQL, JPA and Hibernate - Knowledge of and experience with Jenkins pipelines - Knowledge of automatic testing and use of tools such as Cucumber and Selenium - Knowledge of WebLogic is a plus - Knowledge of Azure DevOps is a Pre Interviews happening at a short notice, so apply to not miss out on the opportunity!...
          

11/3/2019: Sunday Business: Billionaire Comer buys €7m Meath stud farm

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BILLIONAIRE property developer Luke Comer has acquired Dollanstown Stud in Kilcock, Co Meath, a restored Georgian house and event riding facility on 365 acres of land in the heart of horse-breeding country, for around €7m. The Galway-born businessman...
          

11/3/2019: Business News: Finnish firm powers up for Clare wave project

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FINNISH group AW Energy has emerged as one of a number of prospective developers of a 5MW wave power array for the ESB Westwave project off the coast of Killard Point, near Doonbeg in Co Clare. Westwave, which has been in line to be developed since...
          

2-French Electrophysiology Catheter Introduced by Baylis Medical

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A comparison between the EPstar 2F and 6F catheters from Baylis. Electrophysiology catheters. EP lab

A comparison between the EPstar 2F and 6F catheters from Baylis.

October 31, 2019 — Baylis Medical announced the first North American use of its EPstar Fixed Electrophysiology Catheters. The EPstar catheters make available the smallest diagnostic catheter in the North American electrophysiology market, allowing physicians to reach previously inaccessible areas of the heart for procedure mapping.

The EPstar catheter family includes a 2 French (F) catheter and a 6F guiding catheter which can be combined to allow deeper coronary sinus (CS) mapping. Deeper electrophysiological examination, including mapping, is often required to aid in the diagnosis of idiopathic ventricular tachycardias, complex atrial tachycardias, and left Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome. The 2F catheter also allows mapping and pacing in smaller anatomy such as the Vein of Marshall (VOM).

Miguel Valderrabano, M.D., director of cardiac electrophysiology at Houston Methodist Hospital, was the first North American physician to use the EPstar 2F catheter in a clinical procedure.

“Mapping of the coronary sinus is essential to determine an accurate diagnosis for several cardiac conditions. However, it becomes a challenge as you reach further into coronary sinus small branches, which cannot be reached with conventional catheters,” Valderrabano said. “The availability of a 2F catheter allows us to reach into those smaller areas of the CS and VOM, as well as the anterior interventricular vein at its small branches, to achieve an accurate diagnosis.”

The 2F catheter features a flexible, atraumatic tip, and low energy pacing from the distal electrode. It can be delivered through any venous access point, enabling physicians to tailor their procedure to patient anatomy.

The 6F guiding catheter features two electrode spacing options to tailor the devices to a given procedure and includes a fully braided shaft, providing physicians with greater torque control. The 6F catheter also includes a lumen to allow visualization of coronary sinus anatomy, and is inserted via superior vein access.

The EPstar catheters are launched in partnership with Japan Lifeline (JLL), a leading Japanese cardiovascular device developer and manufacturer. The EPstar catheters are widely used in the Japanese electrophysiology market.

The EPstar catheters are expected to launch in the United States in early 2020.

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11/7/2019: Business | Comment & Analysis: T

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his season, many Indian developers are giving discounts on their new as well as their previous unsold inventory, along with lucrative offers. Though the main festive days are over, these offers will continue for some more time. Some projects even have...
          

PHP – Codeigniter Framework Developer

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Connecting 2 Work - Kollam, Kerala - Job DescriptionJob briefWe are looking for a PHP Developer who is dedicated to the craft, writes code that they are proud of and can hit the ground running.A PHP Developer writes b...
          

To Work With Your Web Developer Asking The Right Questions Social Media For Small Business Series Book 3 English Edition

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To Work With Your Web Developer Asking The Right Questions Social Media For Small Business Series Book 3 English Edition
          

Bandits User Interface (4.274)

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Bandits User Interface. Based on FTC modules (thx to Atropos for permissions). Has low weight, high performance and huge functionality.
stable version - tested add-on version is here ("https://www.esoui.com/downloads/info1643-BanditsUserInterfacestableversion.html#other").
beta version - newest version with beta functionality.

Developers can read additional information below

Includes:
- Different UI styles, Themes
- Group and Raid frames, regrouper, death counter, ability to see group members stats, buffs
- Combat statistics, combat log, group statistics
- Buffs, Widgets, Ability timers
- Minimap (does not supports gamepad mode)
- Combat reticle and reticle timers
- Quick slots managar
- Custom bar
- Combat notifications
- Frames movement mode (default and add-on)
- Automation
- Healer helper
- Champion system helper

Requests:
Please do not post your requests about minimap. Tired to answear again and again: It is not mine! It is minimized ZoS ingame map. If you want something else then use other minimaps.
Requests, that sounds like "I want you to do for me this" will be ignored.
If you want something to be added or changed, ask your self "Is it really good and unique idea?". Useless requests will be declined.

Important:
NEVER use more than one add-on with ultimate sharing or you will be kicked from server. (Stats, DPS sharing in Bandits UI, Ultimate sharing in Raid Notifier, Taos Group Ultimate, Hodor Reflexes, etc.)
Do not use different add-ons with the same function. (Notifications in Bandits UI, Raid Notifier, Blackrose Prison Helper, Asylum Tracker, etc.)
Do not use different UI add-ons in same time.
If you lost texts then check add-on path. It must be precisely "AddOns\BanditsUserInterface", not "AddOns\BanditsUserInterface\BanditsUserInterface", not "AddOns\BanditsUserInterface 3.200", etc.

Last changes:
Added 5 reticle modes:
https://img-host.ru/e0OT.png
Reticle update (do not be scared, this is just a picture with all elements at the same time):
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Custom bar
https://img-host.ru/236T.png
Activity finder: Added completion info (quest completed, hard mode, timerun, no death)
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Champion system helper
Side panel
Group leader arrow (works incorrect with LibMapPing library)
New Curved frames styles
Preferred target focus
New player frames styles
https://icepic.ru/medium/e742f4e.png
Added synergy tracker
Added Healer helper (/bui hh or click on minimeters hps)
Added rotation speed meter
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Added six different themes
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Added: Ability timers
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Added block cost and block mitigation to player stats information
http://a.icepic.ru/1d4e2ef.png

Added group members death counter
Added context menu for group members frames
Added default frames reposition
Added buffs widgets
Added custom buffs panel
Added black list for buffs
Added taunt tracker
Added penetration info and crit damage bonus to player attributes section
Added phase timers for boss frame
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Added Combat Notifications (Notifications for Trials, Dungeons, Open world, MSA, DSA, BRP)
http://a.icepic.ru/233dc7a.gif

Added German, French, Russian, Brasilian translation.
Added Stat sharing
Added Group Notifications ("Healer is dead!", "Your group need Orbs!", "Horn!", "Purge!" etc.)
Proc skills animation and sound

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UI styles:
- Arcs Curved frames
Fully customizable player and target bars, placed on center of the screen with many options, like fade, intelligent sizing, reversing, automatic info bar, etc.
- Horisontal stat bars (Improved classic player stat bars)
- Vertical stat bars (FTC style)
- Labeled default stat bars
- Improved Target bar with execution option
All UI styles can be used with each other with different in/out combat fading and transparency

Group/Raid members bars:
- Colored member level
- Member Name/@AccName
- Member class
- Member role
- Animated status effects
- Member buffs
- Member dps (for each fight)
- Dead member throbbing icon
- Intarface buttons and key binds for managing group (slash command /rg)

Buffs:
- Player buffs
- Target buffs
- Debuffs is on buffs panels but they are red
- Effects that cast by player have blue border
- Can be enabled passives
- Filter for minimum duration
- Combine similar buffs
- Shows stack of ability (Assasins will, bow passive, heavy armor passive, Ravaging, Vengeance etc.)
- Shows food buff reminder
- Shows self buff reminder
- Combat pet reminder is under construction

Actions:
- Can be enabled two additional buff and debuff bars where placed current player abilitys
- Inactive ability are faded
- Shows stack of ability (Merceless resolve, Relentless focus)
- Abilitys porocs are shows on debuff panel
- Rearming Trap triggers counter
- Ground DOTs
- Temporary problem with no fully studied abilitys

Most of parameters are optional and can be tune in addon menu

Combat statistics:
Detailed damage/healing report with DoT uptime, player buffs and each target buffs/debuffs and its uptime.
+ group dps on real time. Lightweight code. No resource and memory leaching.
+ each member average dps! (beta: disabled by default) Knows no difference between strong dd and newbie and can equalize them. Addon uses group roles, so it must be correct for close to exact results.

RU
Описание на русском ("http://forum.bandits-clan.ru/index.php?showtopic=58009")
Гайд по виджетам ("http://forum.bandits-clan.ru/index.php?showtopic=65448")
Гайд по хилхелперу ("http://forum.bandits-clan.ru/index.php?showtopic=64447")
Гайд по КастомБару ("http://forum.bandits-clan.ru/index.php?showtopic=66223")

Bandits UI additions:
Info Panel ("http://www.esoui.com/downloads/info1831-InfoPanel.html")
Group Loot Notifier ("http://www.esoui.com/downloads/info1618-GroupLootNotifier.html")
Chat Tab Selector ("http://www.esoui.com/downloads/info1674-ChatTabSelector.html")

See also:
Bandits Gear Manager ("https://www.esoui.com/downloads/fileinfo.php?id=2218")
Bandits Alchemy Helper ("https://www.esoui.com/downloads/info2487-BanditsAlchemyHelper.html")
Map Pins ("http://www.esoui.com/downloads/info1881-MapPins.html")
Miner Minigame ("https://www.esoui.com/downloads/info2457-Minerminigame.html")

Developers information:
Callbacks:
BUI_MiniMap_Shown returns: true/false
BUI_MiniMap_Update fires when minimap updates
BUI_InCombatLock returns: true/false
BUI_CControl returns: controlType (1 hard control, 2 staggered)
BUI_Food fires when food has ended
BUI_Purge fires when need to purge
BUI_Proc returns: abilityId, stackCount

Functions:
BUI.PanelAdd(content) - adds button to left side panel (additional info is inside BUI_Panel.lua file)
BUI.OnScreen.Notification(id,message,sound,count_ms) - notification
a(text,) - default alert message
dt(table) - post table content

Slash commands:
/ab id - returns ability name
/rl - reload UI
/bui - open add-on menu
/bui state - post add-on state
/bui dm - toggle developer mode
/bui hh - show Healer Helper
/regrouper, /rg ]
/dice (works only in group)
          

Hadoop Developer - Dow Technologies and Systems - Casper, WY

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Cloudrea Hadoop(CDH), Cloudera Manager, Informatica Bigdata Edition(BDM), HDFS, Yarn, MapReduce, Hive, Impala, KUDU, Sqoop, Spark, Kafka, HBase, Teradata Studio… $6,300 - $7,000 a month
From Indeed - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 06:45:17 GMT - View all Casper, WY jobs
          

BigData/Hadoop developer - Dow Technologies and Systems - Casper, WY

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Cloudrea Hadoop(CDH), Cloudera Manager, Informatica Bigdata Edition(BDM), HDFS, Yarn, MapReduce, Hive, Impala, KUDU, Sqoop, Spark, Kafka, HBase, Teradata Studio… $8,500 - $9,000 a month
From Indeed - Fri, 18 Oct 2019 06:40:38 GMT - View all Casper, WY jobs
          

Shell snaps up French floating wind firm

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by David McPhee: 05/11/2019, 9:38 amUpdated: 05/11/2019, 11:08 am Oil giant Shell has today announced a deal to buy up a 100% stake in a French floating wind firm. Shell has agreed to purchase 100% of Brittany-headquartered Eolfi, a French renewable energy developer specialising in floating wind projects. The firm said the deal would “enhance” […]
Shell snaps up French floating wind firm was first posted on November 5, 2019 at 9:11 pm.
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دلایل افت رتبه سایت در گوگل

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رتبه سایت

 

افت رتبه سایت در گوگل ممکن است به دلایل مختلفی به وجود بیاید. دانستن این دلایل به شما کمک می‌کند تا بتوانید دوباره رتبه سایت خود را ارتقا داده یا اگر هنوز دچار افت نشده‌اید از این اتفاق جلوگیری کنید. پایین آوردن رتبه سایت می‌تواند علل مختلفی از جمله کم شدن بازدید از سایت، افت تعداد ورودی‌ها از گوگل، پنالتی شدن سایت یا ... دارد که در ادامه با مهمترین آنها آشنا خواهید شد.

دلایل افت رتبه سایت در گوگل

همان طور که اشاره شد افت رتبه سایت می‌تواند علت های مختلفی داشته باشد اما مهمترین این علل عبارتند از: 

 

  • سایت شما فاقد لینک سازی داخلی مناسب است

لینک دهی داخلی برای گوگل بسیار اهمیت دارد و اگر نتوانید از این مورد به خوبی استفاده کنید، صفحات سایت شما با افت جایگاه در گوگل مواجه خواهند شد. شما باید بتوانید مقالات داخل سایت خود را به هم مرتبط کنید و کاربر را تشویق نمایید که از صفحه‌ای وارد صفحه دیگر در سایت شما شود.  البته توجه داشته باشید که نتیجه لینک دهی را در طولانی مدت مشاهده خواهید کرد و به طور میانگین 3 ماه طول می‌کشد تا لینک دهی مناسب صفحات سایت موجب ارتقا جایگاه صفحه در گوگل شود. 

برای لینک دهی باید در متن مقاله کلمات کلیدی مقاله مقصد را یافته و با لینک دهی بر روی آن به طور طبیعی بین دو مقاله ارتباط برقرار کنید.  مراقب باشید که در این کار دچار افراط و تفریط نشوید. لینک سازی بیش از حد یا غیر طبیعی می‌تواند از طرف گوگل نوعی تقلب به حساب بیاید و نه تنها باعث ارتقا رتبه سایت نشده که جریمه نیز در پی داشته باشد.

 

  • بک لینک کافی یا مناسب ندارید

شما می‌توانید با خرید بک لینک در کوتاه مدت رتبه سایت خود را ارتقا دهید. پس بک لینک‌ها با توجه به کمیت وکیفیتشان می‌توانند بر روی رتبه سایت شما تاثیر بگذارند. اما نکته‌ای که اینجا باید مورد توجه قرار بگیرد این است که بالا بردن رتبه سایت با خرید بک لینک‌های متعدد کم دوام است و در عین حال می‌تواند موجب جریمه شدن سایت از طرف گوگل شود، بنابراین برای داشتن تاثیر ماندگار لازم است بک لینک طبیعی و قانونی دریافت کنید. دریافت بک لینک معتبر و به شکل طبیعی مانع افت رتبه سایت در گوگل خواهد شد. 

 

  • سرعت سایت شما پایین است

یکی از مهمترین عواملی که موجب بالا رفتن رتبه سایت در گوگل می‌شود، سرعت بالای سایت است. اگر سایت شما در مقایسه با سایت‌های مشابه دارای سرعت بارگذاری کمتری باشد، کاربر ترجیح می‌دهد سایت شما را ترک کرده و جستجوی خود را در جای دیگر با سرعت بالاتر ادامه دهد. از آنجا که گوگل رفتار کاربر را به خوبی تحلیل می‌کند، این تجربه کاربر را نشانه عدم رضایت دانسته و سایت‌هایی را برای نمایش در اولویت قرار می‌دهد که سرعت بالاتری دارند. برای سنجش سرعت سایت خود و بهبود آن می‌توانید از جی تی متریکس یا ابزار رایگان Google Page Speed استفاده کنید. 


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دلایل افت رتبه سایت در گوگل

رتبه سایت در سئو | بهبود سئو سایت وردپرس

 

  • عناوین محتواهای سایت برای کاربر جذاب نیستند

وقتی که کاربری یک کلمه کلیدی را در گوگل جستجو می‌کند، صفحات متنوع با عناوین مختلف برای او نمایش داده می‌شوند. یک از مهمترین عوامل برای کلیک بر روی یک صفحه خاص عنوان جذاب محتوای صفحه است. شما می‌توانید با مراجعه به گوگل وبمستر تولز نرخ کلیک (CTR) صفحات سایت خود را ببینید که نسبت تعداد کلیک کاربران روی لینک سایت شما به تعداد کل بازدیدها را نشان می‌دهد. نرخ کلیلک پایین به این معناست که احتمالا نتوانسته‌اید کاربر را برای ورود به سایت جذب کنید. از منظر گوگل این یک نکته منفی بوده و موجب افت رتبه سایت شما خواهد شد. برای جلوگیری از این امر با کمک گوگل ترندز (Google Trends) کلمات کلیدی محبوب که مرتبط با حوزه کاری شماست را یافته و محتوایی که بر اساس آن می‌نویسید را با یک عنوان جذاب منتشر کنید. یک عنوان خوب مطابق با نیاز و سلیقه مخاطب و مرتبط با محتوای تهیه شده است و می‌تواند با افزایش نرخ کلیک، رتبه فعلی سایت را ارتقا دهد.  

 

  • محتوای سایت شما به روز نیست

یکی از دلایل افت رتبه سایت در گوگل محتواهای قدیمی و از رده خارج است، چرا که گوگل برای محتواهای تازه ارزش زیادی قائل است. سرعت انتشار اطلاعات تازه هر روز بیشتر از قبل می‌شود و شما برای حفظ جایگاه خود و عقب نماندن از رقبا باید محتواهای خود را هر چند ماه یک بار به روزرسانی کرده و از محتواهای قدیمی سایت‌تان غافل نشوید. برای این که محتواهای قدیمی سایت خود را به روزرسانی کنید، می‌توانید یک فایل صوتی یا ویدئویی به آن اضافه کرده یا یکی دو پاراگراف متن جدید برای آن بنویسید و سپس با به اشتراک گذاری محتوای خود در شبکه‌های اجتماعی و جذب کاربران به آن صفحه، گوگل را نسبت به تغییر محتوای خود آگاه نمایید.  

 

  • مخاطب سایت شما را نمی پسندد

به یاد داشته باشید که امروز با گسترش بی رویه تلفن‌های هوشمند تعداد کاربران موبایلی اینترنت بسیار بیشتر از کاربرانی است که با لپتاپ یا کامپیوترهای خانگی در گوگل جستجو می‌کنند و اگر مخاطبی که با تلفن همراه وارد سایت شما می‌شود تجربه کاربری مناسبی کسب نکرده یا با سرعت پایین برای بارگذاری مواجه شود با نارضایتی از سایت خارج خواهد شد و گوگل با توجه به رفتار کاربر رتبه سایت شما را پایین خواهد آورد. وب سایت‌های مورد علاقه گوگل، سایت‌های موبایل فرندلی هستند و ریسپانسیو بودن سایت (سایت واکنشگرا) برای ارتقا رتبه سایت از اهمیت زیادی برخوردار است.

 

به طور کلی می‌توان نتیجه گرفت که رفتار کاربر در قبال آنچه شما در سایت خود ارائه می‌دهید تا حد زیادی تعیین می‌کند که گوگل چه جایگاهی برای سایت شما و صفحاتتان در گوگل قائل شود. همان طور که مشاهده کردید اکثر دلایل افت رتبه سایت در گوگل عدم رضایت کاربر از تجربه‌ای است که هنگام بازدید از سایت شما به دست می‌آورد. ما می‌توانیم جهت بهبود رتبه سایت‌تان، همچنین تولید محتوای سئو شده به شما یاری رسانیم. با ما در تماس باشید...


          

Sky Rezidence Bohdalec

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O projektu: V Praze 10 na Bohdalci pod bohdaleckým kopcem se rodí nové bydlení v podobě Sky Rezidence Bohdalec. Jde o bydlení typu Sky House, které je zároveň energeticky úsporné. Dva nové domy s osmi nadzemními podlažími v sobě bude ukrývat celkem 58 nových bytů, a to s plošnými dispozicemi od 1+kk až po 3+kk, přičemž výměra bytů činí od 30,3 do 86,7 m2. Nebudou chybět ani celkem čtyři obchodní prostory , všechny se budou nacházet v prvním nadzemním podlaží. Soukromí a klid zajistí okna situovaná do privátního vnitrobloku a balkony a terasy i různá intimní zákoutí.

Odstínění hluku z rušné dopravní křižovatky zajistí přístupové chodby. V prvním podzemním a prvním nadzemním podlaží vzniknou parkovací stání a sklepní kóje, parkovacích stání je k dispozici celkem 65, sklepních kójí 59. Dokončení výstavby objektů je naplánováno na červenec 2021. Projekt vzniká pod dozorem developera Bohdalecká Project Development.

Lokalita: Roh ulic Bohdalecká a U Plynárny je významnou dopravní křižovatkou na Praze 10 a právě zde roste nový developerský projekt Sky Rezidence Bohdalec. Jak již bylo uvedeno, hlavní devizou obytného komplexu je hlavně výborná dopravní dostupnost, kdy stanice tramvaje je ani ne minutu chůze od domu, přes ulici je pak další autobusová zastávka, kde staví hned několik autobusů mířících jak do centra, tak i ven do okrajových částí města. Velkou výhodou je navíc dostupnost obchodů, hned naproti areálu se nachází supermarket Kaufland, jednu stanici autobusem se nalézá Obchodní centrum Eden, kde kromě supermarketu Tesco najdete také celou řadu dalších obchodů. V neposlední řadě je velkou výhodou i blízkost výjezdu na Jižní spojku a dálnici D1, takže pokud často jezdíte ven z Prahy tímto směrem a uvažujete o novém bydlení, jde o vhodnou investici. Blízko se nacházejí i sportoviště, ať již plavecký bazén na Slavii v Edenu nebo areál s tenisovými kurty u Hamerského rybníka.

Sport, relax, příroda: Ve vzdálenosti 2,8 km vás očekává Plavecký stadion Slavia, kam si můžete jít pravidelně zaplavat. Milovníkům fotbalu jistě nemusíme představovat 2 km vzdálený Sinobodo Stadion. Blízko najdete i dostatek přírody, hezké okolí k procházkách nabízí 1,8 km vzdálený Hamerský rybník. Sportovní areál Hamr, rozkládající se 2,8 km daleko vám nabídne k využití tenisové kurty. Na delší, například celodenní výlet do přírody, se můžete vydat do Kunraticko-michelského lesa v dosahu 6,1 km.

Nákupy a služby: Přímo přes ulici, jenom 274 metrů se nalézá supermarket Kaufland do kterého můžete vyrazit na nákupy potravin a dalšího zboží. Pouhých 1,9 km je umístěno Nákupní centrum Eden a v něm hypermarket Tesco Extra i celá řada dalších obchodů.

Vzdělávání: Vaše malé ratolesti přijme MŠ U Roháčových kasáren, která se nalézá 2,7 km od obytného souboru. Starší děti pak mohou navštěvovat ZŠ U Roháčových kasáren 2,8 km od rezidence. Další možností je 2,5 km vzdálená ZŠ Na Chodovci.

Kultura: Za zajímavými filmy můžete vyrazit do 3,7 km vzdáleného Kina Pilotů. Na již zmiňovaném Sinobodo Stadionu se kromě sportovních utkání odehrávají také koncerty velkých světových hudebních hvězd. Navštívit můžete také 3 km vzdálené Vršovické divadlo MANA, které nabízí dobrý kulturní program.
Zdravotnictví: Blízko, jenom 2,6 km ordinuje poliklinika Vršovická zdravotní, kde narazíte na praktické lékaře i specialisty.

Doprava: Stanice tramvaje Chodovská se nalézá 170 m od budovy. Pouhý 1 km od rezidence leží výjezd na Jižní spojku. Celkem 4 km je dlouhá cesta k nájezdu na dálnici D1. Jenom 3,2 km od obytného komplexu najdete železniční stanici Praha-Vršovice.

Více info: www.skybohdalec.cz

Příspěvek Sky Rezidence Bohdalec pochází z ZipRealty.cz


          

Byty Mílová

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O projektu: Byty Mílová jsou novým developerským projektem budovaným na Praze 4 v Libuši. Rodí se zde nový bytový dům s šesti nadzemními podlažími a celkem 54 byty o různých dispozicích od menších 1+kk až po velkoryse řešené 4+kk. Podlahovou plochou se byty pohybují od 29,4 m2 až po 111,3 m2. U žádného z bytů navíc nechybí buď balkon nebo terasa, u bytů v prvním nadzemním podlaží jsou k dispozici předzahrádky. Zároveň v ceně většiny bytů je i parkovací stání.

Architekti také brali ohled na to, aby dům dokonale zapadl do celkové bytové zástavby v okolí, tedy aby navázal jak na sousední činžovní domy, tak i na nedaleké domy rodinné. Zároveň jde o úsporný bytový dům, který obdržel energetický štítek skupiny B. Dokončení projektu je naplánováno na konec června 2021. Novostavba vzniká pod developerským vedením společnosti Central Group.

Lokalita: Hlavní předností nového developerského projektu Mílová, který vzniká v ulici Mílová v Praze 4-Libuši je kombinace pohodové maloměstské atmosféry s příjemnými podmínkami pro klidné bydlení s dostatkem soukromí a výborné dopravní dostupnosti a občanské vybavenosti.

Ačkoli projekt vzniká ve čtvrti, která je považována za okrajovou, doprava do centra města je zde na mimořádně vysoké úrovni. Jenom kousek od domu se nachází zastávka autobusu. Těžit budete i z dostatečné blízkosti zeleně, protože nedaleko se nacházejí přírodní zákoutí vhodná k odpočinku, a to Krčský, respektive Kunraticko.michelský les a Modřanská rokle. Zároveň jde o ideální místo k bydlení pro rodiny s dětmi, protože v nedaleko narazíte na několik škol.

Sport, relax, příroda: V těsné blízkosti jsou i sportovní příležitosti pro vaše nejmenší, 1,4 km vzdálený Krytý bazén - Centrum dětského plavání MAGIC CASTLE KUNRATICE. Ve stejné vzdálenosti, tedy rovněž 1,4 km, narazíte i na sportovní vyžití pro dospělé, a to Golf Club Tvrz. Milovníky kulatého míče nadchne fotbalový klub FCS Libuš, který působí 1,4 km od rezidenčního souboru. Pro delší výlety, ale i pro běhání nebo jízdu na kole je jako stvořený Kunraticko-michelský les, nalézající se 2,8 km daleko. Dalším rozsáhlým parkem pro různé venkovní aktivity a odpočinek je 3,6 km vzdálená Modřanská rokle. Také Zámecký park Kunratice, ke kterému vede cesta dlouhá 1,7 km, na vás dýchne zelenou pohodou, je velmi příjemným místem k relaxaci. V létě můžete využít přírodní koupaliště Rybník Šeberák, nacházející se 2,6 od novostavby.

Nákupy a služby: Výborně dostupné je Obchodní centrum Kunratice, kde můžete nakoupit potraviny i další zboží, vzdáleno od novostavby je jenom 885 m. Na nákup můžete také vyrazit do Tržnice SAPA nacházející se 1,5 km od obytného komplexu.

Vzdělávání: Pouhých 215 m od rezidenčního objektu přijme vaše malé děti MŠ K Lukám. Také ZŠ je velice blízko, jenom 624 m najdete Wonderland Academy pro starší děti.

Kultura: Za kulturními příležitostmi musíte do centra města, zde se jich mnoho nenachází, tím nejbližším je 4 km vzdálené Kulturní centrum Novodvorská, kde probíhají například koncerty nebo různé kurzy. Dále je to je 8,2 km vzdálené kino Cinema City Chodov. Na rozmanitá divadelní představení můžete vyrazit do 9,8 km vzdáleného Branického divadla.

Zdravotnictví: Zázemí zdravotní péče v podobě ordinací praktických lékařů najdete v Ošetřovatelské poliklinice Thomayerovy nemocnice.

Doprava: Doslova za rohem, 261 m od objektu je autobusová zastávka Mílová, ze které odjíždí několik autobusových linek do centra města. Výborný je také výjezd autem, protože jenom 920 m se nalézá křižovatka Vídeňské a Dobronické ulice. Po Vídeňské můžete zamířit jak směrem ven z města, tak na druhou stranu k Thomayerově nemocnici a dál pokračovat do centra Prahy.

Více info: www.central-group.cz > Mílová

Příspěvek Byty Mílová pochází z ZipRealty.cz


          

In The 1920s, 1 In 3 Eligible Men In Dallas Were KKK Members

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In the beginning of the 20th century, the Ku Klux Klan ruled much of Dallas — one in three men in the city were members of the white supremacist group.

It was a dark period of the KKK dominating civic life — and a chapter that the city of Dallas has never fully examined, says Michael Phillips, a historian at Collin College outside Dallas and author of “White Metropolis: Race, Ethnicity, and Religion in Dallas, 1841-2001.”

The KKK gained control of the city in the 1920s after a Dallas dentist, Hiram Wesley Evans, overthrew the founder of what was known as the “Second Klan,” he says.

“The KKK ran Dallas, and it became the epicenter of the movement,” Phillips says.

Dallas rising as the center of the KKK movement was bound to happen, Phillips says.

At the time, Texas was a state beset by an “extraordinary level of racist violence,” he says.

“Between the 1880s and the 1930s, there were at least 349 African Americans lynched in Texas,” he says. “It was the third-highest number in the entire union, and it’s only behind Georgia and Mississippi in those years. So there’s an atmosphere there anyway.”

Interview Highlights

On how Dallas newspapers tried to take on the KKK

“Well, we have to be clear on the motives, though, because the Dallas Morning News institutionally is very proud of its opposition to the Klan. And, you know, the press would cover floggings that took place, but what the Morning News was worried about was not racism. The Morning News in one editorial said, ‘White supremacy is not imperiled.’ They were worried about the lawlessness of the Klan and how that would affect the bottom line for Dallas business-wise. And also, they were worried about what they saw as a potential radicalism. And that’s one of the crazy things about the Morning News’ view of the Klan.

“What happened was when the Klan started, the first people they would recruit are people in the upper echelon — economic elites, business elites, etc. — and they’d work their way down because it was a pyramid scheme. People would get a percentage of membership fees. As they began to get to the working class, that’s when the Morning News was alarmed, and in fact, the Morning News tried to portray the Klan, which is a far-right organization, as potentially a left-wing organization. And they said, ‘Word on the streets is the Klan is red. The Klan is communist,’ which is an absurdity.”

On the Dallas Morning News being more concerned with social order than racism

“Racism was not a concern. They made it very clear in their editorial pages what they were worried about is social order. And one of the themes in Dallas history is this terror of not just African Americans, but also of the white working class and the ability to control this. And this will come out decades later when Dallas schools are ordered desegregated in 1961. They put together — and the Morning News is involved in this effort and the other major media outlets — this propaganda film. They hire Walter Cronkite from CBS News to narrate it. And the premise of the film is we know we have all these troublemakers out in the working class, and we know who you are and we’ll come after you if you cause trouble when the schools are desegregated. Actually, Dallas schools desegregated peacefully in 1961, but there was this panic that this working class can’t be controlled.

“And this is a time, the 1920s, 1930s, Dallas is industrializing. It’s a banking center. And you actually have union activism at a level most people don’t associate with the South. There was a Ford plant. We have a garment workers’ strike in the 1930s in Dallas. And so the Dallas Morning News, which was a voice of elites, was more worried about disorder from the people of working class origins. They conditionally accepted the Jewish community in Dallas. They conditionally accepted people who they saw as marginally white. They were not worried about oppression of black people at all because Dallas was a very highly segregated city and its police department was filled with Klansmen. And when Dallas police officers shot African Americans, they were not concerned with that. They were more concerned about social order and how they would affect outside investment.”

On the KKK fighting for anti-immigrant policies in Dallas

“It’s a good thing The Dallas Morning News opposed the KKK. I don’t think anyone would argue with that at all. But I think the motive may not be as pure, and in fact, it had to do with class politics as well as with racial politics. And the Morning News was definitely the voice of the real estate developers, the bankers, the oil money, etc. Also, the Klan was an anti-immigrant organization. And at that point in Texas — and of course, people in Dallas are heavily invested still in the cotton production industry — Texas had lobbied successfully the U.S. Congress to give an exemption when they passed this really strict anti-immigration bill in 1924, the Johnson-Reed Act. There was an exemption for Mexican immigration because they were using Mexicans and Mexican Americans as cheap sources of labor in the fields. That would be another motive because the Klan just wanted to shut the border completely. That created a threat to the economic interests of the big landowners in Texas. So it’s complicated.

“I think the picture you have an obvious set of villains, the Klan, but the heroes are more complicated in their motives than I think the way Dallas remembers it. And that’s the thing is Dallas is hostile to remembrance of history. White people in Texas are afraid they are going to pay a price for their oppression. What Sigmund Freud would have called projection. This explains, for instance, why police often respond violently to unarmed African Americans in the state. And I think there’s a great deal of denial still. Dallas is a laboratory of forgetfulness. And I think that lack of knowledge of Dallas’s very troubled racial past has made it blind to the circumstances, the number of shootings we have in this city still of unarmed black and brown people and the underlying economic injustice that shapes a city that still frames the racial tensions we have here.”


Cassady Rosenblum produced and edited this interview for broadcast. Samantha Raphelson adapted it for the web. 

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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TypeScript 3.7 arrives with optional chaining

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TypeScript 3.7, the latest version of Microsoft’s typed superset of JavaScript, is now generally available. The new production release features optional chaining, an ECMAScript feature that allows developers to stop running expressions if they encounter a null or undefined value. 

Optional chaining uses a new ?. operator for optional property accesses. Also included are two other operations: optional element access, for accessing non-identifier properties such as numbers and arbitrary strings, and optional call, for conditionally calling expressions if they are not null or undefined.

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Go vs. Python: How to choose

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When it comes to ease and convenience for the developer and accelerating the speed of development, two programming languages rise above the pack—Python and Go. Today Python is a mainstay of scripting, devops, machine learning, and testing, while Go is powering the new wave of container-based, cloud-native computing.

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Top 5 takeaways for developers from Microsoft Ignite 2019

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Microsoft’s annual Ignite conference has usually catered to IT professionals, with a focus on servers, applications, and management tooling. That’s not the case this year, with developers getting a much larger slice of the pie.

It’s not surprising, really. Microsoft’s transition to cloud behemoth is almost complete, and the modern hybrid cloud needs code that can take advantage of Azure’s hyper-scale platform. There were so many developer announcements that they ended up getting their own separate keynotes, one for Azure and one that brought Windows and Office together under the umbrella of Microsoft 365.

What were the biggest announcements for developers at Microsoft Ignite 2019? I’ll explore the top five below. 

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.NET Framework APIs that won’t be coming to .NET 5.0

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Microsoft’s shift to a new .NET is nearly complete. .NET Core 3.0 is here, and it’s the foundation for next year’s big bang release of .NET 5.0. That’s when .NET Core becomes the main development branch for all of .NET, and the old .NET Framework slides off into a well-deserved retirement and a very long support lifecycle.

That doesn’t mean all your existing .NET code will run on .NET 5.0. To be honest, odds are it won’t. This is the new Microsoft, not the old, and keeping legacy code alive is no longer a priority. Yes, Microsoft will help you move to the new framework, but you’ll need to do a fair bit of heavy lifting to get your code in shape for the transition. Unless you plan to stay on the .NET Framework forever, you have a year or so to use .NET Core 3.0 as a proving ground for a new, cross-platform .NET future.

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Microsoft previews Visual Studio Online

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Microsoft is offering a public preview of Visual Studio Online, which provides online development environments in the company’s Azure cloud. The managed, on-demand environments can be used for long-term projects, for prototyping new features, or for ad hoc tasks like reviewing pull requests.

Developers can access Visual Studio Online via a web browser, via Visual Studio Code, or via Visual Studio 2019, which is now available in a private, preview mode for use with Visual Studio Online. Access from Visual Studio Code requires an extension.

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10 picky reasons to choose a cloud

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The cloud began as a commodity business. Oh sure, there were small differences like the size of the RAM or the way the virtual CPUs were measured but the cloud offered a seemingly endless supply of seemingly identical machines. They ran the same distros and responded the same way on the command line. And if you snapped your fingers, the cloud service providers would give you root on another.

Keeping everything the same was the easiest way to lure the developers from the safety of their air-conditioned racks in the same building. Commodity machines mean there are no surprises or glitches. All of the clouds offered the most popular operating systems where all of the bits were arranged exactly the same.

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Why the Rust language is on the rise

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You’ve probably never written anything in Rust, the open source, systems-level programming language created by Mozilla, but you likely will at some point. Developers crowned Rust their “most loved” language in Stack Overflow’s 2019 developer survey, while Redmonk’s semi-annual language rankings saw Rust get within spitting distance of the top 20 (ranking #21).

This, despite Rust users “find[ing] difficulty and frustration with the language’s highly touted features for memory safety and correctness.”

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What is SQL? The first language of data analysis

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Today, Structured Query Language is the standard means of manipulating and querying data in relational databases, though with proprietary extensions among the products. The ease and ubiquity of SQL have even led the creators of many “NoSQL” or non-relational data stores, such as Hadoop, to adopt subsets of SQL or come up with their own SQL-like query languages.

But SQL wasn’t always the “universal” language for relational databases. From the beginning (circa 1980), SQL had certain strikes against it. Many researchers and developers at the time, including me, thought that the overhead of SQL would keep it from ever being practical in a production database.

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Google previews site for sharing machine learning experiments

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Google has unveiled TensorBoard.dev, an online platform where data scientists, researchers, machine learning practitioners, and software developers can share machine learning experiments and collaborate on machine learning projects. 

Now in a beta release stage, TensorBoard.dev lets users upload machine learning experiments for sharing with anyone. The platform leverages the TensorBoard visualization toolkit, which works with Google’s TensorFlow library for machine learning and deep learning.

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Google open-sources Cardboard to keep ‘no-frills’ VR widely available

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Rather than killing its Cardboard VR initiative outright, Google is open-sourcing the software in hopes that developers will support new devices and apps.
          

Niantic sets up $10 million third-party developer fund and names first dev contest winner

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GSN Games names former Angry Birds developer William Taht as Bingo Bash chief

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GSN Games announced former Rovio executive Wilhelm Taht will be the new senior vice president and general manager for Bingo Bash, effective November 18.
          

Fastly launches its next-gen edge computing service in beta

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Register New Device For Beta - Apple

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I thought that registering a new device to use in internal betas would be breeze in 2019. It still isn’t.

Easy Mode

First there is the easy way where Xcode will do everything automatically. Unfortunately this method is only available if all of the following points are satisfied:

  • You are an admin of the account you’re trying to add the device to
  • You have the device with you
  • You have Xcode installed with code signing set up

In this case is simply necessary to build and run the application and Xcode will automatically ask you if you want to add the device to the test devices if it is not already registered.

Unfortunately when working on a client’s project this is never the case. You would like to add the client’s device so you can send betas without waiting for Beta App Review.

Manual Mode

Preparations For An Existing Account

You might find yourself in front of the “reset your device list before adding any new devices” screen.

Click reset, this will not delete any of your existing devices. In the next screen you will be able to select which one of your old devices you want to keep and which ones you want to delete.

Registering a new device

Unfortunately iTunes is needed for this procedure.

  • Connect the phone you want to add and open iTunes.
  • Click on the device ID to show the UDID, right click to copy.
  • Open the developer portal
  • Go to Certificates, Identifiers&Profiles > Devices
  • Click on the + button. If it said that you need to reset the current list of devices press yes, this will NOT actually reset the list of devices, but will allow you to add new ones.
  • Select the devices from the previous list that you want to keep (usually all of them)
  • Add the new device by providing a name and the UDID

Remember that after registering a device you will need to regenerate the provisioning profile to be able to build and run to that device.

Beta App Review

If you just want to release a beta through Testflight you don’t necessarily need to register a device. You can submit your app for beta app review and in that case, after approval, you will be able to add external accounts via email or even share a link to add testers without the need of adding devices through the portal at all. This requires a few more days waiting for App Review for the initial build, but on subsequent builds for the same release you do not need to go through beta app review again so it might be worth the few days wait in some cases.

Conclusion

It is usually best to just not add the device and wait for App Review if you’re not so pressed for time.

You could even upload a build some time before. That way it will be ready to go whenever you want to release the beta. You can only do that though if you know the timetable beforehand. Be aware that if you release any kind of version (even .1) update you will need to go through Beta App Review again. If the update is only minor (only the build number changes) you will be able to release for both internal and external testers as soon as the processing phase finishes.


          

Install on Air

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Install on Air

Install On Air is a platform for distributing your iOS and Android applications as well as installing it over the air.Install On Air is a platform for distributing your iOS and Android applications as well as installing it over the air.

We offer one of the top platforms with best ready services for Beta App, iOS App and Android App Distribution. Our app developers and experts can also provide multiple enterprise-level and tailored services like consulting and research on application development, deployment of platforms, development of new personalized features, technology support on your source code, setup of delivery environments, technical support on even non-business days, even development of new web or mobile application and more.We offer one of the top platforms with best ready services for Beta App, iOS App and Android App Distribution. Our app developers and experts can also provide multiple enterprise-level and tailored services like consulting and research on application development, deployment of platforms, development of new personalized features, technology support on your source code, setup of delivery environments, technical support on even non-business days, even development of new web or mobile application and more.


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iNet mobile development

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iNet mobile development

The promising Android App Development Company Chennai  iNet Mobile Development who are inventive app native development company with readymade technical and product solutions for the users. The Native app is increased enormous popularity amongst the developer community. The scope of the Android users are joining large in number approximate of 6 million subscribers every month so there is a great demand for the development of the Android app for the business vendors, users and also for the organization. Android Mobile Application Development Companies in Chennai is the smart monetization platform and also the capability to bring you to that exact ability. It is huge appraisal around the industry because of its fine performance, better UX and scope of accessibility.iNet Mobile Development

iNet Mobile Development is the genuinely the execution that trumps the idea of Mobile App Development Company Chennai 50+ readymade android app for the business vendors based on the user business understandings and also experts familiar with web design, building the equivalent with own website from scratch. If you plan on supplementing your current income, then you should focus on ROI. In the digital world, the usage of the Smartphone is large every person is searching for their needs by using the required app.

The preferred marketplace store for the best Mobile app Development Company Chennai with the friendly support services and it is time for the business vendors or entrepreneurs to make over their business site through apps by making over the business to the primer level. The Smartphone usage is large in number with the easy adoption, innovative design element to its architecture intent. Develop with expertise that is knowledge in parallel path of numeric release revisions, API and future development with approach supports automation and fall into the category of continuous integration. iNet Mobile Development designs to life with a clickable prototype that lets you experience to your production environment.

 

Visit iNet Mobile Development

http://www.inetmobiledevelopment.com

 

Make a dial to:

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Untuk Mengetahui Cara Mengonversi Excel ke vCard

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Untuk Mengetahui Cara Mengonversi Excel ke vCard

Mengapa kami menggunakan Aplikasi MS Excel Spreadsheet?

Seperti yang kita ketahui bahwa aplikasi spreadsheet MS Excel banyak digunakan oleh banyak profesional dan pejabat untuk memelihara berbagai jenis informasi. Melalui utilitas ini, setiap jenis orang dapat berisi banyak informasi informatif dalam satu nama seperti spreadsheet, situs web, logo, perusahaan, nomor telepon, email serta alamat, dll. Oleh karena itu, kami menggunakan edisi berbeda-beda edisi aplikasi MS Excel untuk membuat struktur database. Pada saat yang tepat, Perusahaan Microsoft telah mengatur banyak edisi aplikasi spreadsheet MS Excel yang lebih bermanfaat bagi setiap pengguna komputer.

Apa itu vCard?

Biasanya, kita tahu tentang vCard adalah kartu nama elektronik yang mencakup informasi perusahaan dan pengguna individu seperti nama, situs web, perusahaan, alamat email, URL, foto, klip, ponsel, dan nomor telepon, dll. Detail kartu disimpan di file PVCF. format yang dapat diterima di lebih banyak aplikasi email seperti Lotus Notes, Gmail, MS outlook dan windows mail. Selain itu, banyak perangkat seluler atau sistem operasi mendukung file VCF seperti Blackberry, iPhone, Samsung Nokia, WhatsApp, windows, Linux dan Android, dll.

UNDUH SEKARANG

Bagaimana Kita Dapat Mengubah Data Kontak Excel ke dalam Format vCard?

Jika ada orang dan organisasi yang menggunakan aplikasi spreadsheet MS excel untuk mengelola karyawan atau informasi pribadi tertentu untuk waktu yang lama, maka mereka harus menerapkan MS Excel ke alat konverter pihak ketiga vCard. Karena alat ini dikembangkan oleh perusahaan khusus untuk mengimpor daftar kontak dari file Excel ke formulir vCard. Dengan mana perangkat lunak ini, kita dapat mengakses dan memindahkan data kontak lembar bentang Excel ke file VCF dengan mudah. Terlebih lagi, alat ini dapat mengekspor data dari file Excel seperti XLS atau XLSX ke VCF tanpa membuat situasi yang buruk. Jika Anda menggunakan versi aplikasi spreadsheet MS Excel apa pun dan ingin memindahkan detail kontak ke vCard, maka unduh versi demo dari konverter Excel ke vCard di hard-disk komputer pribadi Anda.

Versi Demo Alat

Pada dasarnya, evaluasi aftermarket, perusahaan yang dikembangkan excel to vCard converter adalah versi demo. Dengan ini, kita dapat melihat semua detail kontak Excel di file VCF di depan layar komputer. Bahkan, kita dapat menganalisis algoritma perangkat lunak yang bagaimana cara kerjanya perangkat lunak untuk proses konversi. Terlepas dari ini, jika Anda ingin mengakses algoritma perangkat lunak sepenuhnya kunci lisensi pembelian perangkat lunak dengan harga terjangkau, yang sangat termurah dibandingkan dengan perangkat lain di pasar. Jadi, jangan buang waktu, beli saja perangkat lunak dan segera ambil kunci lisensi tanpa membuang waktu.


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Zapbuild

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Zapbuild

Zapbuild is a pioneer in providing digital enablement solutions and services. We believe in enhancing speed-to-delivery through innovative methodologies and development mechanisms.

We work with businesses (large, medium, small and start-ups) in enabling their journey through the digital world. Since our inception in 2007, we have worked closely with enterprises, businesses, entrepreneurs, start-ups and individual innovators all across the globe powering their digital journey. Our digital solutions and services enabled them in giving shape to their ideas, scaling up their businesses and gaining an advantageous position in the digital economy. 

While working with Zapbuild, you can count on us as a trusted partner in navigating emerging opportunities in the new economy and utilizing digital technologies for business growth. Our digital design, application development, and web solutions, have left a mark on a widespread clientele across industries and continents. 

Our highly talented and eclectic mix of experienced technology nerds, creative non-conformists, and deep-functional experts come together to build unique and innovative solutions customized to your individual requirements.

Till date, we have proudly served more than 430 highly satisfied clients from 21 countries across a wide range of digital solutions and services that include a mix of:

* Digital Solutions

- Digital Design

- Web and Mobile Applications

- Mobile Commerce & E-Commerce

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- SAAS (Software as a Service)

- Video Streaming

- Internet of Things (IoT)

- MVP (Minimal Viable Product)

- Chatbots

- Business Directory

- Community & Social Networking

* Enterprise Solutions

- Accounting & Billing Solutions

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- Learning Management Systems

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- Customer Relationship Management (CRM)

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With our deep domain knowledge, widespread industry experience and well-honed strengths in digital technologies, bespoke software development, and data research and analysis, we enable new revenue-generating opportunities for our customers.

It’s our constant endeavor to provide affordable solutions while continuously focusing on developing an awesome end-customer experience. We believe in building life-long client relationships by providing end-to-end transparency during development, unparalleled customer service and post go-live support and services.


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XongoLab - Mobile App Development

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XongoLab - Mobile App Development

XongoLab is an India based one of the trusted company that helps enterprises, SMEs and startups achieve their business goals by providing their unmatched mobile app development and web development solutions. Keeping in view the strengths, opportunities, and challenges of an organization and the consumer group it is catering to, our experts come up with a dynamic solution. Being a reputed mobile app development company, we have gained a number of clients who benefited from our experience and expertise.


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: XongoLab is topmost mobile apps development company offer Android, iPhone/iOS, Windows mobile app development services as well website development services.
          

i-Verve Inc

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i-Verve Inc

i-Verve is a Web Design & Development company that is on a mission to provide next-generation IT solutions and services to Startups, Businesses and Enterprises worldwide. We leverage our technical expertise and domain expertise with proven methodologies to deliver app and software development and related IT services. 


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LAIn SRL

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LAIn SRL

Lain Srl designs and manufactures language and multimedia laboratories, hardware/software, furnishings, and all accessories. We develop simple but very effective rete didattica software, with the objective of being able to be used by all, even if with different pedagogical objectives.


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Elite mCommerce

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Elite mCommerce

Elite mCommerce an eCommerce mobile app builder offers ready-made mobile app solutions for various businesses including retail stores, grocery storesnews portal and more. Elite mCommerce is a native iOS and Android eCommerce mobile application. Now, eCommerce store owners can easily build Magento mobile app and PrestaShop mobile app for their online business. With the help of Elite mCommerce mobile app, store owners can reach out to more number of customer’s thereby increasing revenue. Elite m-Commerce facilitates merchants to select their own online shopping app themes which would be an added advantage for the Brands to showcase them in the mobile app.


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Sierra Club helping to Kohler Andrae State Park unspoiled

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I'm a bit remiss in noticing, but the Sierra Club newsletter which just arrived brings welcome news:
"The Sierra Club's John Muir chapter...is forming a coalition with Friends of the Black River Forest to oppose the Kohler Company's proposed golf course development north of Kohler Andrae State Park."
Readers of this blog may know that I have been writing about this issue since 2014 - - which is also the year the Sierra Club began stepping up
PROPOSED KOHLER GOLF COURSE THREATENS LAKE MICHIGAN DUNES 
The Kohler company has proposed constructing a 247 acre golf course in the Black River Forest north of Kohler Andrae State Park.  Although the bulk of the development would be on private land, the company also seeks an easement for a maintenance shed and road that would impact 12 acres of state park land.  
If constructed, this would be Kohler's 5th luxury golf course in the area.  A local citizens group, Friends of the Black River Forest, has formed to voice concerns about the potential for this development to destroy native forest, sand dunes, and Indian mounds.  They are also concerned about increased runoff from fertilizer and pesticides impacting water quality of the Black River (already impaired due to excess phosphorus) and Lake Michigan.  
More recently, a state judge blocked what he said was the DNR's improper issuance of a permit which could spur the contamination of groundwater, loss of rare wetlands and an outrageous transfer of public acreage within this popular lakefront park for private uses, road-building and equipment storage.

Park advocates have been battling special interest influence in the matter for years, and need all the help they muster. You can pitch at Friends of the Black River Forest, below, or at the website SaveKohlerAndrae.com seen on this hard-to-miss and available yard sign.
The grassroots organization Friends of the Black River Forest is out with a new yard sign urging protection of Kohler Andrae State Park from transferring land to a private developer for the construction of a privately-owned, high-end golf course complex.
For a $15 contribution, you can get this sign - - 
- - that will help keep a signature state park intact.

          

GitHub Mistakes That New Devs Make

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In recent weeks, several developers looking for their first dev job have asked me to review their resumes and/or portfolios, and give them tips on how to improve their profiles. Many of the issues I flagged appeared in most of the profiles I reviewed, so I decided to write this piece with some (unsolicited 😊) advice on how to avoid a flat, one-dimensional GitHub profile as a new software developer. The reality is that the market for new devs is becoming increasingly competitive, on account of more and more coding bootcamps churning out entry-level developers by the month. I think that the time spent crafting a unique, informative job-seeking profile is time well spent. So, onto the mistakes!

Mistake #1 - Stuffing every single app you’ve built into your GitHub
I think this behavior comes from the belief that: the more apps we have built, the more competent and versatile we appear. However, including every app you have built in your GitHub can have the opposite effect, and cause you to appear unfocused and insecure. Instead, choose only those apps that:

• Showcase your growth as a developer: To do this, you could include two iterations of one app in your portfolio: the first iteration would contain the rudimentary code you wrote at the start of your learning, and the second would have all the improvements and refactoring you’ve done since you first built the app. In the README of the improved version, explain the changes you made and why.
• Represent the fruit of certain struggles you faced while learning: Include apps that you struggled to build, and document these struggles and how you overcame them in the README. These apps give you ample subject matter to discuss during your interviews.
• Represent your ability to combine several functionalities and cause them to work together: Something I see over and over in new dev portfolios are apps that boast only one main functionality. For example, one app incorporates authentication; another app consumes an API; still another app implements chat between users. I suggest including apps that implement several functionalities that work seamlessly together, as this is more representative of the apps you will work with on the job.
• Showcase your passion (or was major fun to build): This point is more about being able to exude confidence and authentic emotion while speaking about your apps in interviews. No matter how technically impressive, if an app does not make you want to talk about it and field questions about it, do not include it.

Mistake #2 - Empty, Default or Scanty READMEs
When someone navigates to your GitHub repo, they see a title and a column of folders. Most will scroll down the page to the README section; only to be disappointed by the default GitHub README text or nothing at all. They may never get a sense of the awesome code living within the repo, because your undeveloped README gave a poor first impression. As a job-hunter, you want to make the process of getting to know you as simple and straight-forward as possible. Your README is your opportunity to do just that: to tell a story that will draw the hiring manager in, and make them desire to learn more about you. I think the README for every coding project included in your GitHub should include the following:

• Rationale for building the app: Nothing ground-breaking or save-the-world-ish is necessary. Just a short explanation for why you chose to spend precious time on this particular app. Maybe it was to teach yourself a certain library. Or create a solution for elderly dog-walkers.
• List of App’s Functionality: a bullet list of what your app does.
• Problems Encountered & Solutions Implemented: this goes back to the point above about the quality of apps you include in your profile. In my opinion, if building an app was easy, breezy, follow-the-tutorial-prompts, you should exclude it. It is those apps that took a fair amount of effort that showcase your tenacity as a developer, and the README should detail those struggles - just not in whole paragraphs though!
• Instructions for Deploying the App Locally: This isn’t true of most hiring managers, but there are some who like to deploy the apps of candidates locally, try to break it, then come up with questions to ask the candidate. So I recommend having simple steps to reproduce your app in a local environment. Be sure to state any prerequisite operating systems (like MacOS only) or software.

Mistake #3 - Including Apps that aren’t Deployed Online
Like I said above, few hiring managers will attempt to deploy your app locally. But most would like to interact with your app and test its functionality. Undeployed apps are cousins to Undeveloped READMEs; by not deploying your app, you again miss that crucial opportunity to draw the interest of hiring managers, and showcase your skills in a dynamic way. So please, deploy every app you include in your GitHub.
- - What if my app is mostly back-end? No problem! Implement a very rudimentary frontend, deploy the app, then explain in the README that you focused solely on backend for the app in question, so the frontend is not intended to represent your skills, but merely to grant access to the backend functionality.

What About Unfinished or Abandoned Apps?
Several devs whose profiles I’ve reviewed have objected to my advice on including only high-quality apps in their GitHub. “But I’m currently working on several unfinished apps - where do I put them?” Well, there are several ways to distinguish your finished apps which are ready for exhibit, from those still under construction.

• Pin your apps for exhibit to your GitHub profile: under “Popular Repositories” on your GitHub profile, click on the “Customize Your Pins” link to the right, then select up to six apps to be displayed. Anyone landing on your GitHub profile will see these apps upfront.
• Prefix unfinished apps: add an “In Progress” prefix or flag to your unfinished apps. This approach indicates which apps are still being built (and hence, should be ignored or taken with a grain of salt).

NOTE: I initially included the tip “Have 2 GitHub accounts; use one for the apps (finished or unfinished) that you wish to showcase” but upon reflecting on the potential downsides of that arrangement, I’ve decided to pull that tip out of the story.

Your choice of portfolio apps should reflect the story you wish to tell and the competence you wish to reflect as a developer, not just that you have this Swiss-army knife of skills. The goal is to convince hiring managers that you are an asset to any dev team; choose those apps that demonstrate your ability to wireframe tech-based solutions at a high-level, locate and incorporate tech solutions efficiently, and work in a self-directed, self-motivated manner.

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Marlin "bureaucracy" (no replies)

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So instead of providing one off patches here I decided it was time to actually update marlin on github..

What a nightmare!

Firstly although I can code, and use git, I am not a professional programmer, I don't do this stuff daily.

My first attempt I just created an "issue" with a solution. It was only a three line change.
So after writing a book about it... The bug report was created,
The immediate response was "submit a PR" (PR being pull request)

For a 3 line change, that is expecting a bit much for someone that doesn't do this daily. But eventually someone else did do this.

My second attempt. I created a PR.
The immediate response was "submit a issue"

Can you see the circular logic going on here?

I checked to documentation [marlinfw.org] its clearly says "If you have an open issue associated with your Pull Request" not that you require a issue

Apparently what they really want is an Issue and a PR each referencing the other... despite what the the documentation may say.

And one last insult, I wanted to also update 1.1.x and generated the PR, only to be told that I must use bugfix-1.1.x and was pointed back to the above manual

The manual does not mention 1.1.x or bugfix-1.1.x, it only mentions bugfix-2.0

So 3rd attempt is currently underway with a 3rd PR request, this time to bugfix-1.1.x

I can see why Marlin development is so slow, no one in their right mind would tolerate this bureaucracy! So they wont be attracting many new developers.
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ENDSTOP_INTERRUPTS feature error (8 replies)

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Hi guys, I hope someone can help me.
My knowledge with coding is novice level, but I have a fair understanding of how the structure works.

I want to install Marlin (Anet A8 version) on my MKS Gen 1.4 with TMC2208 drivers, I got everything working as it should, BUT when compiling I run into this error:


#if HAS_Y_MIN
    #if digitalPinToInterrupt(Y_MIN_PIN) != NOT_AN_INTERRUPT
      attachInterrupt(digitalPinToInterrupt(Y_MIN_PIN), endstop_ISR, CHANGE);
    #else
      // Not all used endstop/probe -pins can raise interrupts. Please deactivate ENDSTOP_INTERRUPTS or change the pin configuration!
      static_assert(digitalPinToPCICR(Y_MIN_PIN) != NULL, "Y_MIN_PIN is not interrupt-capable");

if I comment out
// Enable this feature if all enabled endstop pins are interrupt-capable.
// This will remove the need to poll the interrupt pins, saving many CPU cycles.
//#define ENDSTOP_INTERRUPTS_FEATURE

then the sketch compiles without any errors and I can upload it to the board., but as soon as I un-comment it, this error comes up.

I then went and started at the beginning, using the Example sketch for the A8 that comes with Marlin, I get the same error.

I have the TMC2208Stepper 0.25 installed in my library.

It was suggested to me by Marlin on Twitter to:

Comment out the sanity check. Some platforms incorrectly implemented our check for interrupt-capable pins as a runtime function instead of making it work in the preprocessor. The developers have been reprimanded.

but I have NO idea where to find this specific sanity check

I would be so great-full for assistance please!!

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Historic preservation in DC prioritizes loud neighbors, not fine buildings

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DC has many more historically protected buildings than cities several times our size. This surfeit of historic structures results from several factors, notably the broad application of rather vague criteria for designation. As Roger Lewis has written, “the HPRB decision is inevitably a judgment call because much of the evidence for historic designation is inherently subjective.”

Once acquired, historic designation requires even simple renovation plans to clear numerous additional hurdles, incurring additional reviews, hearings, and redesigns that can cost many thousands of dollars, and possibly resulting in outright denial. The delays, uncertainty, and subjective judgments intrinsic to this process makes it the perfect legal cover for busybodies attempting to keep the status quo permanently so.

The biggest weapon in the arsenal

These squeaky wheels turn to historic preservation because it’s the most powerful regulatory tool in a municipality's land-use arsenal. Zoning is strictly limited to regulating broad aspects of a building like its size, shape, and use. As the Supreme Court described in Nectow vs. Cambridge, “zoning… cannot be imposed if it does not bear a substantial relation to the public health, safety, morals, or general welfare.” No one can reasonably say that public morals are jeopardized when the neighbors paint their window shutters hot pink.

That often leaves preservation laws as the only legal remedy a city has to shape a building's appearance. Preservation is only meant to apply in limited circumstances, to buildings of “a special character or special historical or aesthetic interest or value” (as the Penn Central case, which established the constitutional validity of local preservation designations, says). Once it’s in force, preservation concerns get the final say over just about everything else that might be on a community’s wish list, whether it’s sustainability, affordability, or occupant comfort.

A rush to judgment

Since every resident “squeaky wheel” is invited to request historic designation for just about any site in the District, many do — and overwhelmingly, they succeed. A map of DC's historic designations (many of which are historic districts) shows how they're concentrated in DC's most economically privileged areas. While few buildings in Wards 3, 4, 5, 7, and 8 predate the 20th century, Ward 3 has considerably more historically designated structures than its counterparts.

Base map generated from AtlasPlus. Image by the author.

Historic designation applications closely follow development pressures, as Joe Cortright points out: “if other neighborhoods in the city are designated as ‘historic’ and yours isn’t, then you’re more likely to bear the brunt of development pressures. What makes sense from the standpoint of an individual neighborhood quickly leads to a situation that’s bad for a city.”

This rush by loud neighbors to stave off development through historic protections have resulted in numerous unremarkable buildings finding their way onto DC’s historic inventory. One infamous case involves a strip mall parking lot in Spring Valley — not the only local historic strip-mall parking lot, even though that very idea is considered laughable elsewhere. Its structures were deemed worthy of preservation because, as the nomination form points out, they “are unique in the District of Columbia. Developed by one firm and designed or inspired by one architectural vision, the buildings comprise a cluster that reflects national trends in architecture, merchandising, planning, and retail expansion.” In short, it deserves preservation because it's a strip mall, and strip malls are rare within the boundaries of DC — never mind that they're hardly endangered in Maryland, just three blocks away.

Buildings with blue backgrounds have been designated as historic. Buildings in red were designed by I.M. Pei's firm. The one circled in yellow is a condominium. Base map generated from AtlasPlus. Image by the author.

Across town, I.M. Pei's architecture firm designed seven Brutalist high-rises for developer William Zeckendorf in Southwest Washington: three at L'Enfant Plaza and four at Waterside Mall. Two of them are on the National Register — not the best, not the largest, not the least-altered, not the one Pei most directly shaped, not the one most indicative of his style. Instead, the “historic” ones include one building that happened to be gut-rehabbed and converted to condos, and its condo board was upset by a proposal to build on an adjacent parking lot.

Still not special enough? A district often has lower standards

The arbitrary nature of historic designations was made abundantly clear by DC’s historic preservation staff in a rare 2015 recommendation to deny a historic landmark application for a house in Petworth. In it, they said that the house itself wasn’t that special. Yet, if pulled together with its equally unremarkable neighbors, they cumulatively would clear the bar for architectural significance: “[T]he Board has denied applications to designate [eight addresses] on the grounds that, as architecture, they were not important enough examples or of special distinction in their neighborhoods. An architectural landmark must be a particularly noteworthy example and must be significant to the District of Columbia… The house at 16 Grant Circle does not alone stand out in this way… while not eligible for listing as an Historic Landmark, the house at 16 Grant Circle would undeniably contribute to a Grant Circle Historic District.” Sure enough, just months later the HPRB created the Grant Circle Historic District, evidently at the behest of some residents who wanted to stop construction of legal pop-ups.

Anywhere a penny-pinching developer stamps out identikit designs, the resulting buildings will all look unremarkable, all together — but as long as that togetherness was a while ago, it's apparently sufficient to warrant historic protection. Never mind that the individual buildings might be middling, that their architectural unity is compromised by “non-contributing” buildings in the middle, or that there might be better examples somewhere else.

Other cities take a proactive approach to preservation planning

Many other places, including Arlington, Chicago, and Los Angeles, have proactively done comprehensive “historic resources surveys,” a process that a National Park Service handbook calls the “basis for preservation planning.” The National Historic Preservation Act even lists the first responsibility of a State Historic Preservation Officer, a role that the Office of Planning plays in DC, as “direct and conduct a comprehensive statewide survey of historic property and maintain inventories of the property.”

In these surveys, planners go out into the field to visit and inventory every single building, and evaluate whether it could potentially meet the predetermined criteria for historic designation because of its age, architectural merit, or context. A comprehensive survey is the first step in a proactive approach to preservation that identifies and saves those buildings of greatest historic value — whether the oldest structures, the most noteworthy and influential designs, the best-kept examples of various types and styles, or places that shaped important individuals, events, or movements.

A survey could identify the best examples of particular building types, like those from a certain era, style, architect, or use, and make preservation of the most notable structures a high priority. By doing so, it would guarantee that the stories that those types tell are being preserved, rather than rescuing everything for all time.

The Jost-Kuhn House on Madison St. NW was built as a farmstead before the Civil War, and is decades older than many houses now being considered for historic designation. It did not become a landmark until after an OP survey of farmhouses. Image by Google Street View.

However, OP doesn't seem very interested in a comprehensive survey. It has completed many smaller surveys covering neighborhoods and themes, but even its current preservation plan still sees completing a comprehensive citywide survey as a distant goal for some far-off future year. Instead, it advances still more smaller thematic surveys, e.g., of Georgetown alleys, downtown Modernism, and old farmhouses. The most recent attempt at a District-wide inventory was done by the Joint Committee on Landmarks in the 1960s.

Relying instead on a reactive approach to preservation does an injustice to legitimately interesting buildings whose histories have yet to be uncovered, while also bloating the historic inventory with many other buildings of middling merit. A survey-based approach could not only save more hidden treasures — it probably would have resulted in fewer but higher-quality designations. Chicago's historic resources survey found only 17,371 properties citywide that were even potentially eligible for designation as historic, or just two percent of its structures.

Are we collecting, or hoarding?

Randy Frost, a psychologist who studies hoarding, makes this distinction: “When a collector expands acquisitions beyond well-defined collections… it becomes a hoarding problem.”

Institutions that take their collections seriously have well-defined rules for what enters their collections, because of what philosopher G. K. Chesterton called “the eternal revolution”: “If you leave a white post alone it will soon be a black post. If you particularly want it to be white you must be always painting it again; that is, you must be always having a revolution.”

The Corcoran had a magnificent collection of art, but not all of it was deemed appropriate for the NGA's collection. Image licensed under Creative Commons.

The National Gallery of Art was recently offered the contents of the Corcoran museum, but only took half the pieces. As Peggy Loar, the Corcoran's interim president, told the Post: “If they [NGA] take it in, they have it forever — so they have a big fiduciary responsibility to the United States taxpayer.”

Historic building designation also creates a big fiduciary responsibility: it burdens all future generations of residents with the job of maintaining a building forever, even after its original use and structure have become obsolete.

Preservation costs nothing today, but a lot tomorrow

Maintaining past generations' memories also carries another price: by making urban land more scarce and more expensive, it can hurt future generations' ability to build their own places and create their own memories.

The Obama White House's “Housing Development Toolkit” specifically called out “arbitrary or antiquated preservation regulations” among local policies that discourage new housing development — an “accumulation of even well-intentioned land-use policies [that] can restrict housing availability; create uncertainty for developers and limit private investment; exacerbate the imbalance between jobs and housing; and induce urban sprawl.” (At the time, DC’s planning director dismissed the report, saying they’ve implemented most of its suggestions.)

In New York, preservation and development groups recently issued conflicting reports about whether historic preservation stifles economic growth and housing affordability. The debate has led to some changes in how long landmark designation can take.

If DC wants historic preservation to remain a useful tool for broader planning, rather than one that takes over the entire planning system, it should become more discerning about what it adds to its collection of historic buildings.

Top image: Rowhouses within a proposed Kingman Park historic district. Thousands of 1920s and 1930s rowhouses in DC already have historic protection, and the proposed district would add hundreds more. Image by Google Street View used with permission.

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Breakfast links: Arlington all in on pedestrian streets

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Say goodbye to skywalks

The Arlington County Board unanimously agreed to allow the creation of car-free streets under its master plan. There are already plans to convert some streets in Rosslyn to make the Metro more accessible. (UrbanTurf)

And the gondola goes to ... Exxon

The Exxon station near the Key Bridge has been identified as the ideal station location for the Georgetown-Rosslyn gondola. The full feasibility study for the gondola will be released in a few weeks. (UrbanTurf)

The Capitol says capital

With WMATA anticipating another big budget shortfall, Congress has warned that they’ll decrease their $150 million contribution if WMATA dips into it to cover short-term needs again. The annual federal funding is intended only for preventative maintenance and capital improvements. (Post)

How to save Baltimore’s alley houses

Baltimore wants save its historic alley houses, but has trouble getting developers to invest in the small, narrow properties from the 1800s. So in one neighborhood, the city fixed up the houses themselves. (Next City)

Two tough crashes in Maryland

A cyclist died after a driver struck him as he crossed Little Falls Parkway on the Capital Crescent Trail. (WTOP) … Police are looking for the driver who struck and severely injured a pedestrian in Rockville on Sunday. (Post)

Mapping discrimination and architecture

These maps from across the US show where housing discrimination happened through the practice of redlining. (NatGeo) … Here’s a guide to all the brutalist architecture in DC. (DCist)

Airbnb touts its benefits

Airbnb is pushing hard to convince DC regulators that the service is distinct from hotels. A new report touts how the company has increased tourism and economic investment in neighborhoods across DC. (City Paper)

A piece of old Washington

The Rockefeller Mansion near Rock Creek Park is a rare display of old money still left in DC. A road exclusively for the 16-acre estate actually cuts across Rock Creek Park. (Architect of the Capital)

Top image: Photo by William F. Yurasko on Flickr.

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Breakfast links: Hot ideas

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HOT on I-66?

Virginia officials are considering changing the HOV lanes on I-66 to tolled HOT lanes outside the Beltway.  But the evidence that these lanes ease traffic and/or raise enough money is mixed at best. (Post)

Transportation showdown

The House and Senate have not yet agreed on how to keep federal transportation money flowing. The Senate plan funds the system to December, while the House plan uses controversial accounting tricks to fund through next May. (Streetsblog)

Save the Hoover?

With the FBI gone, is the Hoover Building worth saving? Maybe it’s ugly and street-deadening. Or, Kriston Capps argues, maybe it’s beautiful and downtown is doing fine without life on that block. (CityLab)

Consensus on the water

Previous Alexandria waterfront redevelopment plans have been battles, but one developer’s plan is receiving widespread support, even from opponents of plans for other areas. (Alexandria Times)

Springfield gets its mall back

The old Springfield Mall, now Springfield Town Center, will reopen this fall. The first phase of development mostly consisted of mall rehabilitation, with the town center project still to come. (Fairfax Times)

Buffered bike lanes are better

A narrower but buffered bike lane is better at keeping cyclists outside the door zone than a wider lane without a buffer. (Streetsblog)

Driver at fault

A driver who hit and killed a cyclist outside Annapolis, on a sunny day with no visibility problems, appealed the four tickets and $2,000 fine she received (after a grand jury rejected more serious charges). A judge found her guilty. (Post)

Background checks discriminate?

WMATA policy bars hiring anyone with two drug possession convictions or one conviction for a “crime of violence.” Civil rights groups brought a lawsuit, saying it is “overly broad and unnecessarily punitive.” (City Paper)

Top image: Photo by AlbinoFlea on Flickr.

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Breakfast links: Is safety the concern?

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Dooring still legal

An anti-dooring bill died in Virginia’s House of Delegates Transportation Committee again. Scott Garrett, the subcommittee chairman, was unwilling to allow drivers to be at fault for dooring a cyclist unless they intended to cause harm. (Post)

Tough on snow?

Montgomery Council­member Hans Riemer believes the current 24-hour snow removal law isn’t enough and wants the county to create a Sidewalk Snow Removal Plan. Council president Craig Rice doesn’t think new laws are necessary. (WAMU)

MD and VA drivers owe DC big bucks

A DC DMV report shows Maryland drivers owe a whopping $15.4 million to DC in unpaid traffic citations while Virginia drivers owe about $7 million. (DCist)

Community garden or parking?

Developers of a condo building on H Street NE may soon pave over a community garden to get 5 parking spaces, because neighbors fearful about street parking asked for more parking as part of the project. (City Paper)

Getting the vote

How can DC get voting rights? Expert suggestions include amending the Constitution, generating international pressure, and giving up. (City Paper)

Another try for gas station condos

Eastbanc will try again to propose condos at the site of the Key Bridge Exxon. Should residents be able to veto a building below them which might block part of their view? (Georgetown Metropolitan)

Don’t count on the feds

WMATA might not be able to count on federal dollars to solely fund capital improvements. The federal share of its capital budget is declining, and there’s less money nationwide available for transit.  (PlanItMetro)

Third Church coming down

After a long historic preservation battle, the Brutalist Third Church of Christ at 16th and I is actually coming down with demolition starting yesterday. A new office building will includes meeting space for the congregation. (PoPville)

Is Google for distracted driving?

Does using Google Glass constitute distracted driving? Some state lawmakers think so, but Google is lobbying to stop proposed laws against driving while using Glass. (NYT)

And…

Union Station’s bus pavilion will open this spring with Death Cab for Cutie lyrics in Morse code. (DCist) … Ben’s Chili Bowl will open in Rosslyn in March. (ARLNow) … DC’s buildings are some of the most energy efficient in the country. (City Paper)

Top image: Photo by Quinn Dombrowski on Flickr.

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Healthcare Interface Developer | CHRISTUS Health

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Irving, Texas, Description Responsible for regional or enterprise design, development and implementation of strategic architectures of healthcare interfaces at an enterprise level. This includes an understanding o
          

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NY-New York, job summary: The team supports all aspects of Mortgage Trading with an emphasis on the daily production of Risk and PnL. We support all the métiers viz. Trading, Application Production Support, Risk Managers, Business management, Research, Middle Office and Back Office/Settlement systems for Mortgage Trading. The team also handles all mortgage related static and dynamic data storage and disseminat
          

Elliot progresses £55m scheme as St James land deal agreed

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After agreeing to purchase the council-owned land in Dingle in October, the developer is to submit plans for a £55m, housing-led development next month.

The post Elliot progresses £55m scheme as St James land deal agreed appeared first on Place North West.


          

Question Time | Leaders demand more from developers to deliver vision

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Greater Manchester's leaders faced tough questions on the city region's track record on housing, struggling transport infrastructure, and the ongoing delays to the GMSF at this special Place North West event, which gathered all four of the city region's leaders on one stage for the first time.

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PJ Livesey kicks off Wirral project

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The developer has completed 62 houses and apartments at Moor Park in Lancaster this month while work at Storeton Hall in Wirral is now under way.

The post PJ Livesey kicks off Wirral project appeared first on Place North West.


          

Business Developer - CodeGenero - Shiliguri, West Bengal

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We at CodeGenero at are looking for a talented business developers,bidders who are willing to join our team. We are looking forward to expand our team with more…
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KDnuggets™ News 19:n42, Nov 6: 5 Statistical Traps Data Scientists Should Avoid; 10 Free Must-Read Books on AI

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Learn about statistical fallacies Data Scientists should avoid; New and quite amazing Deep Learning capabilities FB has been quietly open-sourcing; Top Machine Learning tools for Developers; How to build a Neural Network from scratch and more.
          

Top Stories, Oct 28 – Nov 3: 5 Statistical Traps Data Scientists Should Avoid; Top Machine Learning Software Tools for Developers

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Facebook Has Been Quietly Open Sourcing Some Amazing Deep Learning Capabilities for PyTorch

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The new release of PyTorch includes some impressive open source projects for deep learning researchers and developers.
          

盛冠森,肖战又被嘲,前脚私服被赞,后脚全身名牌被P成售票员,谁的锅?,美女漫画

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说实话肖战的演技真的很精深,尽管不是科班出身,9420但肖战的演技很有感染力,像是在《陈情令》中的哭戏,每一次都让mystic妹妹人难遭到窒息,所以这也是肖战大火的原因吧,究竟西昌气候预报这么高颜值又有实力,怎样藏得住?

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关于肖战的这一身,真的不能怪肖战,究竟是造型师调配的,但这又是盛冠森,肖战又被嘲,前脚私服被赞,后脚全身名牌被P成售票员,谁的锅?,美人漫画G盛冠森,肖战又被嘲,前脚私服被赞,后脚全身名牌被P成售票员,谁的锅?,美人漫画ucc盛冠森,肖战又被嘲,前脚私服被赞,后脚全身名牌被P成售票员,谁的锅?,美人漫画i盛冠森,肖战又被嘲,前脚私服被赞,后脚全身名牌被P成售票员,谁的锅?,美人漫画的衣服,所以这盛冠森,肖战又被嘲,前脚私服被赞,后脚全身名牌被P成售票员,谁的锅?,美人漫画个锅也不知道应该谁背。

你icould们觉得肖战这一身穿搭怎样样?


          

Homebuyers, developers cheer stress fund cabinet nod; reiterate timeline, execution crucial

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“The fund will help nearly 1,600 stalled housing projects in the country, and it is positive that the aspect of NCLT/NPA will not be a stumbling block to prevent stalled and delayed projects from approaching the fund,” said Niranjan Hiranandani, the national president of Naredco, a developers’ body. “But the devil in the detail in this case will be quick implementation.”
          

Here’s why 8.5 million users love Visual Studio Code, the free software that’s helping Microsoft win over programmers in the cloud wars with Amazon (MSFT)

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Here’s why 8.5 million users love Visual Studio Code, the free software that’s helping Microsoft win over programmers in the cloud wars with Amazon (MSFT)Microsoft Visual Studio Code is the top open source project on GitHub. Here's how it's helping Microsoft attract developers and take on AWS and Google.

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Delhi-NCR realtors enter into joint ventures to tide over cash crunch

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A JV or development management agreement puts a large developer in the driver’s seat as the new entrant gains control of the new entity. Additionally, the established developer’s track record and ability to maintain cash flows help bolster project execution and marketing.
          

Technical Support Analyst - SQL - Healthcare Software

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Salary: Excellent Salary + Company Benefits Package + Career Progression. Location: . If you possess the following skills we'd love to talk: Basic SQL | Software Application Support Experience | Customer Service Experience | Willingness to Learn | Team Player. Excellent career-development opportunity to join the leader in healthcare technology. No two days are the same, you'll regularly be faced with new exciting challenges that will help you learn and grow. Technical Support Analyst - SQL - Healthcare Software Applications Bolton, BL6 | Excellent Salary + Company Benefits Package + Career Progression Your New Role: As we look to expand our support teams we have an exciting opportunity that requires a customer focused, logical thinking and proactive Technical Support Analyst with excellent SQL skills. Reporting directly to the Support Team Leader you will provide an excellent level of support on technical issues to external System Administrators using our software. The role specifically focuses on providing second line support over the phone and through our dedicated online support portal within agreed SLA’s, seeing issues through to resolution. You'll deliver exceptional customer service, empathising with our customers, keeping them informed of the status of their incident, whilst always focusing on delivering the best solutions. The Team You’ll Join: Our support services team has over 40 members of staff who work hard to support customers across the whole of the UK. The team will be sat in close proximity to our Product Managers, Implementers and Developers, so you’ll get plenty of help and support. We recruit people who are passionate about problem solving, customer service, developing their career and making a positive difference. What You’ll Bring: These are the skills and experience you’ll need to set yourself up for success for this role, however we’d still love to talk to you even if you don’t tick all of them; + Exceptional problem solving and analytical skills + Basic understanding of ITIL + Previous experience of supporting software and interfaces + Basic SQL skills for interrogation of the SQL database + Understanding of HL7 would be advantageous + Excellent customer service skills Previous Application Support experience within a Health Trust or other fact-paced environment would be advantageous What We’ll Give You: Not only will you get the opportunity to work with and learn from a great group of people, you will also have the chance to progress within the business. You’ll build close working relationships with customers and know that what you are doing is genuinely assisting healthcare professionals provide better, faster and cheaper patient care. Alongside this you’ll be issued with a company laptop and a fantastic benefits package which includes lifestyle benefits like gym discounts, car leasing deals, a cycle to work scheme and even free fruit all week! You’ll also get practical things like 25 days holiday, a contributory pension, lifestyle savings and a healthcare cash plan, so whenever the time comes and you need some help with your health, we’ll make sure you’re not out of pocket and life assurance to give you some peace of mind. Free on-site parking is available at the office, which is also a short walk from the train station and next to a large retail park. Core hours for the role are Monday to Friday 8:00 – 18:00 with an element of flexibility required. So if this snapshot of the role looks interesting, click apply. If you don’t apply now, the job may vanish, but don’t panic; sign up for our job alerts and we’ll keep you updated. Your Background / Previous Roles May Include: Application Support, Healthcare Software Support, SQL Support, SaaS Support, Software Support, Support Developer Interested? Apply here for a fast-track path to the Hiring Manager Application notice... We take your privacy seriously. When you apply, we shall process your details and pass your application to our client Emis Heath for review for this vacancy only. As you might expect we may contact you by email, text or telephone. Your data is processed on the basis of our legitimate interests in fulfilling the recruitment process. Please refer to our Data Privacy Policy & Notice on our website for further details. If you have any pre-application questions please contact us first quoting the job title & ref. Good luck, Team RR.
          

Full Stack Developer - Office / Remote Working

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Salary: £30,000 - £38,000 + Company Perks. Location: . This is a great opportunity to be involved in the growth of an up and coming web agency working with some fantastic brands with rewarding outcomes. We are looking for someone who is as passionate as we are about driving results for our clients and wants to be an integral part of the growth of our agency. Full Stack Developer - Office / Remote Working - HTML5, CSS3, PHP, WordPress Reading | £30,000 - £38,000 + Company Perks We’re looking for an HTML5, CSS3 & PHP guru, with expertise or considerable experience in WordPress. You will be well versed in coding from scratch – taking UX designs and building them into search engine optimised, bespoke WordPress themes. Your time, spent either working from home or the office, will be split between building brand new websites and providing support and updates to existing clients. Your Experience: You will have experience designing and building responsive and mobile optimised websites using standard-compliant HTML5 and CSS. You will be able to share a portfolio of impressive examples of live websites previously built or worked upon, which we’ll ask you to include within your application. Experience building websites in a digital agency is desirable but, if not in an agency environment, then in a role where the development of multiple websites is the primary part of your role. Front-end expertise required: + Proficient in HTML5, CSS3 & Javascript + Libraries like jQuery or Backbone.js + Able to code pixel perfect web pages + Ability to deliver front end code without using any frameworks + Familiar with and able to follow WCAG for accessible websites + Ability to deliver websites which are technically optimised for search engines + Able to cater for retina displays Back-end expertise required: + Proficient in PHP & MySQL + Demonstrable experience creating bespoke WordPress themes + Ability to source plugins and adapt functionality where required + Ability to solve more complex problems by creating custom plugins / code + Creating user friendly WordPress admin areas with bespoke hints and tips to assist clients + Technical considerations for SEO Other essential requirements: + Understanding of UX and ability to approach projects with a user centric approach and understanding + A general can-do attitude + Willingness to work outside of area of expertise + Ability to identify and solve problems quickly + Thorough in every area and takes pride in all work + Ability to think outside the box (and sometimes the spec) to achieve the best possible results + Able to highlight potential problems before they happen + An excellent telephone and email manner + Ability to talk with clients on their level without jargon and happy to be client-facing + Always keeping an eye out on future technology and a willingness to evolve skillset + An understanding of the technicalities of web server hosting & DNS Nice to have but not essential: + Experience using Adobe XD to extract information to assist with development + Project management experience + Experience with other CMS like Magento, Joomla, Drupal or others + Experience with Google Analytics & Google Tag Manager + Experience with CRM systems like Zoho or Hubspot or at least linking them with website forms The low down. We are growing business and with this comes an abundance of positives. You will have the opportunity to be involved in an agency that has big growth plans and you’ll be able to make a real difference. Everyone involved in the business is highly-valued, and their suggestions, concerns, ideas carefully listened to. We want to grow as a team and you’ll become one of the 'originals' who’ll have a huge input into how that happens and what shape it takes. This role brings great opportunity for career progression and a chance to build your own team for which you’ll be responsible. Interested? Apply here for a fast-track path to the Hiring Manager Application notice... We take your privacy seriously. When you apply, we shall process your details and pass your application to our client for review for this vacancy only. As you might expect we may contact you by email, text or telephone. Your data is processed on the basis of our legitimate interests in fulfilling the recruitment process. Please refer to our Data Privacy Policy & Notice on our website for further details. If you have any pre-application questions please contact us first quoting the job title & ref. Good luck, Team RR.
          

Mid to Senior Full Stack Web Developer - Flexi-Hours - £38-50K

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Salary: £38,000 - £50,000 DOE + Flexi-Hours + Work from Home Days + Perks. Location: . Exeter based Web / Software Development Agency is seeking a Mid to Senior Full Stack Developer to join the team. Exciting coding challenges await, from engineering small site plugins to large-scale custom-built applications for national and international clients. Mid / Senior Full Stack Developer Exeter | £38,000 - £50,000 (DOE) + Flexi-Hours + Work from Home Days + Perks The role will provide varied and exciting work and will require the developer to be involved in areas such as system design, development, client meetings and support. We are looking for someone that has a great personality; you need to be easy-going, like working with others and be a team player. You need to be self-motivated, have common sense, hard-working, dependable, go the extra mile when required and be trustworthy. Mid /Senior Full Stack Developer Required Key Skills/Attributes: + PHP, excellent OOP skills and experience of modern frameworks such as Symfony, Laravel, Yii + Javascript, experience of modern JS frameworks, such as Vue or React. + MySQL and NoSQL solutions. + Good LAMP administration skills must be able to navigate Linux, isolate issues and optimise performance. + To provide technical designs and planning. + Ability to work unsupervised and be capable of taking on a project and seeing it through to completion. + To coach and guide other developers. + Must have excellent communication, both written and verbal. + Flexible approach to work and getting the job done. + An intelligent and smart individual that will positively represent the agency Favourable skills/experience: + Magento (2) Commerce development experience. + CraftCMS development experience. + Other technology stack experience (Python, Java). + Wordpress/Woocommerce development experience. + Has experience writing technical documents. We provide Flexi-hours (core hours 9:30 to 16:30, 40 hours per week). The role is based at our office, but we do provide an allowance of 2 days per month to work from home. Your Background / Previous Roles May Include: PHP Developer, Full Stack Developer, Mid Weight PHP Developer, PHP Programmer, PHP Web Applications Developer. Interested? Apply here for a fast-track path to the MD Application notice... We take your privacy seriously. When you apply, we shall process your details and pass your application to our client for review for this vacancy only. As you might expect we may contact you by email, text or telephone. Your data is processed on the basis of our legitimate interests in fulfilling the recruitment process. Please refer to our Data Privacy Policy & Notice on our website for further details. If you have any pre-application questions please contact us first quoting the job title & ref. Good luck, Team RR.
          

Senior Digital Designer - eCommerce - £55-85K

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Salary: £55,000 - £85,000 + Excellent Company Benefits + Personal Development. Location: . Ready to create incredible visual brand experiences for some of the biggest eCommerce brands in Europe, across digital retail, luxury, FMCG, insurance? We are looking for a gifted Senior Digital Designer who is passionate about mobile-first, conversion led design and can think conceptually, and lead the execution of online visual identity. A market leading salary, excellent benefits, company culture and exciting projects await... Senior Digital Designer - Permanent | Global eCommerce Solutions Partner Watford + London Office Meetings | £55,000 - £85,000 + Excellent Company Benefits + Personal Development Who we are: We are a global eCommerce consultancy that applies strategy, technical know-how, UX and outstanding design to make a big impact through eCommerce. How? By creating outstanding eCommerce platforms and inspired shopper journeys. It’s why we work with some of the most exciting brands around such as GAME, Halfords, Sainsbury’s, Selfridges and Ted Baker. Tell me more! We’re an inclusive group of more than 1500 globally with 550 thinkers and doers based in the UK. Our reputation is based on having the best in the business – people who are inspired yet straight-talking, and who really want to understand not just our clients but their customers. We are passionate about innovation in everything we do, and proud of what our people achieve, empowering and respecting every one of them. With new, state-of-the-art offices in Watford, and two other agency offices in London, we’ve got 20 locations mapped across Europe, North America and Asia. Your new journey: As Senior Digital Designer in our UK team, you’ll be part of the Customer Experience Department and work across many sectors as part of a collaborative multidisciplinary team. This role is ideal for a strong individual, who is passionate about mobile-first conversion-led design. Who is just as comfortable, thinking conceptually and leading the execution of online visual identity, as working with our UX and data insight consultants to optimise existing journeys. What you’ll do: + Lead the creation of mobile first brand look & feel for key clients, utilising customer and user research + Come up with new, unique ideas, and motivate others to do the same + Create work of the highest standard that will impress clients and resonate within the eCom landscape + Inspire, share and manage designers, fostering a collaborative design culture + Push the creative execution of design solutions, challenging and inspiring our accounts and clients + Clearly and persuasively communicate and present all stages of the design process to clients from concepts to solutions + Oversee the execution and production of UI and creative deliverables. + Work closely with stakeholders, fellow designers, UX consultants, program managers, and developers + Ensure quality and preparation of deliverables for handoff to developers, client and partners. + Collaborate with Account Leads, CX Leads and clients as a part of the creative process, understanding business drivers and provide design leadership to clients and internal teams. We need you to be really great at… + Significant proven experience in mobile first Digital Design + Strong brand and interaction design skills, and an aptitude for visual design. + Compelling portfolio that demonstrates high quality design online + Breadth of experience across sectors / audiences + Client focused, flexible, and able to work at client locations + Have an outstanding eye for design and typography + Have excellent client communication skills and ability to build strong relationships + Demonstrable eCommerce experience and conversion led design is a bonus Interested? Apply here for a fast-track path to our Hiring Team Application notice... We take your privacy seriously. When you apply, we shall process your details and pass your application to our client for review for this vacancy only. As you might expect we may contact you by email, text or telephone. Your data is processed on the basis of our legitimate interests in fulfilling the recruitment process. Please refer to our Data Privacy Policy & Notice on our website for further details. If you have any pre-application questions please contact us first quoting the job title & ref. Good luck, Team RR.
          

Junior Web Developer C# .NET - £25-35K

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Salary: £25,000 - £35,000 DOE + Benefit inc Health, Pension, Death in Service, Income Protection. Location: . We are looking for a Junior Web Developer with a minimum 1-2 years’ experience to become part of the development team based at our head office in Milton Keynes. The main role will be the maintenance and enhancement of our Document Management product and its optional modules. Junior Web Developer C# .NET | Enterprise Software Milton Keynes MK7 | £25,000 - £35,000 DOE + Benefit inc Health, Pension, Death in Service, Income Protection Who we are: Operating across the UK, EMEA and the US we create document management software solutions that help to eliminate the use of paper, improve records management and automate business processes. Our software powers the operations of some of the world's most demanding, high document volume businesses including major logistics companies like DHL and CEVA. We are a privately owned / managed business with good staff and customer retention, and provide a small but dynamic and exciting working environment where individuals can play a key part in the business. The Junior Web Developer Role: Reporting into the Development Manager the main tasks and responsibilities include: + Produce robust, concise, readable code to a high standard and agreed timeframe. + Maintain current product streams and fix and test issues where needed. + Produce bespoke solutions based on technical specifications. + Produce customer integrations based on customer requirements. + Create product enhancements based on technical specifications. + Liaise with QA over product testing and release. + Produce technical documentation and release notes for all changes. + Research and keep up to date with new technologies. + Produce prototype projects of future releases. + Liaise with the technical author over product documentation. + Aid in other software projects when needed. + Evaluate and test potential 3rd party integration tools. + Liaise with support over customer issues and bugs. About You: Personal abilities: + Good knowledge of information architecture, design principals and human computer interaction. + Ability to understand the business application and implications of software and software changes. + Ability to work on multiple projects. + Ability to work on their own or as part of a team. + Excellent time and project management skills. + Professional appearance with good clear verbal and written communications. + Excellent problem solving skills. Essential technical skills / experience: + Proficient programming knowledge of C# + 1-2 Years’ experience developing with .NET web technologies like MVC + Experience with HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, Angular JS and Bootstrap Desired technical skills / experience: + Good understanding of Web APIs + Good knowledge of web standards, web security and accessibility Qualifications: + BSc degree or equivalent in Software Development or similar relevant discipline. Interested? Apply here for a fast-track path to the Hiring Manager Application notice... We take your privacy seriously. When you apply, we shall process your details and pass your application to our client for review for this vacancy only. As you might expect we may contact you by email, text or telephone. Your data is processed on the basis of our legitimate interests in fulfilling the recruitment process. Please refer to our Data Privacy Policy & Notice on our website for further details. If you have any pre-application questions please contact us first quoting the job title & ref. Good luck, Team RR.
          

Junior / Mid Front End Developer - eCommerce - £30-50K

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Salary: £30,000 - £50,000 + Excellent Company Benefits + Personal Development. Location: . Ready to code and build neat applications for some of the biggest eCommerce brands biggest brands in Europe, including the likes of GAME, Halfords, Sainsbury’s, Selfridges, Specialized and Ted Baker? Excellent CV enhancing opportunity for talented Developers with 1-3 years’ experience to join a global leader in eCommerce trading technology. A market leading salary, excellent benefits, company culture and rewarding coding projects await... Front End Developer - Junior / Mid Watford | £30,000 - £50,000 + Excellent Company Benefits + Personal Development Who we are: We are a global eCommerce consultancy that applies strategy, technical know-how and outstanding design to make a big impact through eCommerce. How? By creating outstanding eCommerce platforms and inspired shopper journeys. It’s why we work with some of the most exciting brands around such as GAME, Halfords, Sainsbury’s, Selfridges and Ted Baker. Tell me more! We’re an inclusive group of more than 1500 globally with 550 thinkers and doers based in the UK. Our reputation is based on having the best in the business – people who are inspired yet straight-talking, and who really want to understand not just our clients but their customers. We are passionate about innovation in everything we do, and proud of what our people achieve, empowering and respecting every one of them. With new, state-of-the-art offices in Watford, and two other agency offices in London, we’ve got 20 locations mapped across Europe, North America and Asia. Your Key Responsibilities Include: + Create prototypes and production-ready HTML/CSS /JS for eCommerce websites + Focus on user needs and optimum user experience + Integrate production-ready HTML cross-browser compliant valid CSS into JSP coded pages in an integrated development environment + Working within an agile team, contributing to daily stand-ups, sprint planning and estimations + Stay current with evolving standards and technologies, learning new skills as needed + Contributing to the team’s focus to maintain Front End Quality through participating in coding reviews and adhering to Wunderman Thompson Commerce coding standards About You: Talented, enthusiastic, focused, eye for detail, professional. Keen to learn and find new ways of doing things. A team player who is proud of your work and wants to share with everyone! You like working in a fast-paced environment and are driven by the desire to improve the online purchasing experience for everyone, no matter what they are buying and from where! You will be client focused and be willing to be flexible when required to make them happy, including working at client locations. The techy bit…. we need you to be really great at: + Mastery of hand-coded HTML, CSS and JavaScript adhering to W3C coding standards, semantic mark-up; standards enthusiast. + Experience with JavaScript frameworks and libraries such as Node, React, Vue, Angular (2 and up) + Experience of using CSS stylesheet languages (SASS) and libraries such as Bootstrap/Foundation + Willingness to contribute to both large, complex projects and smaller tasks as directed. + Experience of using version control tooling in a large development team performing Continuous Integration + Excellent problem-solving ability + Good understanding/awareness of Usability, Accessibility, Cross Browser issues + The candidate has to have excellent communication skills and capability to interact directly with the customer (show and tells/requirement analysis sessions/retrospectives etc) If you know some of this even better! + Can create prototypes and production-ready HTML/CSS + Solid information, interaction, and visual design skills. + Experience creating site architecture diagrams, wireframes, process flows + Experience of JSP, JSTL, cross platform browser testing, JIRA. + Commercial Ecommerce platform experience – Magento/Hybris/IBM WebSphere/Shopify + Experience designing for dynamic and template-driven sites. + Creative, yet meticulous. Has a sense of craftsmanship. + Experience of graphics packages, primarily Photoshop, or newer tools such as Sketch + Experience of working on Java projects would be extremely advantageous + Experience of working with Grunt JavaScript task runner + Familiar with Unit Testing Frameworks (e.g. Jasmine/Karma etc) Interested? Apply here for a fast-track path to our Hiring Team Application notice... We take your privacy seriously. When you apply, we shall process your details and pass your application to our client for review for this vacancy only. As you might expect we may contact you by email, text or telephone. Your data is processed on the basis of our legitimate interests in fulfilling the recruitment process. Please refer to our Data Privacy Policy & Notice on our website for further details. If you have any pre-application questions please contact us first quoting the job title & ref. Good luck, Team RR.
          

Vmworld 2019, Kubernetes e cloud abilitano le organizzazioni

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In una sala gremita da oltre 10.000 fra analisti, partner e giornalisti provenienti da tutta Europa, il CEO di Vmware Pat Gelsinger ha tenuto il proprio speech di apertura di Vmworld 2019 che si sta tenendo a Barcellona. E, con la consueta energia che caratterizza i suoi interventi, ha mostrato come nella visione dell’azienda le nuove tecnologie saranno determinanti nel creare quella che ha definito la Digital Life.

Le app saranno sempre più numerose, e tecnologie come intelligenza artificiale, cloud, edge e 5G imporranno una forte accelerazione ai processi di trasformazione digitale, tanto delle organizzazioni quanto dei singoli individui.

La visione di Vmware è semplice ma efficace: any device, any application, any cloud. Gelsinger, nel ricordare quanto possano essere complesse da gestire applicazioni, cloud e infrastrutture, ha indicato questa come una grande opportunità di business. Chi saprà gestire adeguatamente i multi-cloud e le complessità strutturali avrà una posizione di leadership nel prossimo decennio.

Pat Gelsinger
Pat Gelsinger, CEO di Vmware

Peraltro – continua il CEO – la spinta ricevuta da grandi clienti come Sky, Porsche o Maersk è un continuo stimolo a migliorare le già ottime soluzioni di Vmware.

Kubernetes è sempre più il collante fra IT operator e sviluppatori: Joe Beda, Principal Engineer di Vmware, ha definito in maniera brillante Kubernetes come jazz improvvisato.

Kubernetes porta in dote una grande flessibilità e altrettanta potenziale complessità; per questo Vmware ha annunciato Vmware Tanzu, un portfolio di prodotti e servizi per trasformare il modo in cui le organizzazioni sviluppano le moderne app.

Grazie a Tanzu, secondo Vmware sarà possibile liberare il potenziale di Kubernetes, abilitando le organizzazioni verso una sempre più efficace trasformazione digitale.

Gelsinger ha anche annunciato il lancio della versione beta di Project Galleon, in grado di combinare efficacemente Bitnami con le customizzazioni dei clienti, agevolando l’interfaccia con player come AWS e Azure.

project galleonProject Pacific, inoltre, unisce vSphere con Kubernetes, estendendo vSphere a tutte le moderne app, e con performance eccellenti: secondo Vmware, le performance sono del 30% superiori a una VM Linux based, e dell’8% più veloce di un Bare Metal.

In sintesi, Vmware Tanzu aiuta gli sviluppatori e gli IT manager a gestire Kubernetes, in modalità cloud neutral e con tutta la scalabilità di cui una enterprise possa aver bisogno.

Tanzu garantisce piena libertà di sviluppo alle API dei developer, ma al tempo stesso consente alle IT operation il controllo richiesto da policy e regole.

La visione mostrata durante Vmworld 2019 (come da tradizione Vmware) è di alto livello strategico e tecnologico, ma al contempo perfettamente calata nelle concrete esigenze delle organizzazioni.

Gelsinger ha anche citato il grande successo di CloudHealth, che può contare su oltre 7.000 clienti, a cui consente risparmi nell’ordine del 25%.

Vmware Cloud Foundation è ampiamente leader di mercato, grazie al crescente successo di vSphere, vSan e Nsx, adottati da oltre 300.000 clienti in tutto il mondo.

La strada di Vmware non prescinde da partnership strategiche con i principali attori di cloud pubblico, ponendosi come fattore semplificante per le organizzazioni sempre più orientate a strategie multi-cloud.

vmware cloud partnershipGelsinger ha ha ricordato come la partnership con AWS si stia espandendo a livello globale, abbracciando un numero sempre maggiore di grande aziende clienti.

La migrazione verso il cloud (se effettuata attraverso Vmware Cloud) consente importanti risparmi senza alcuna interruzione nella continuità aziendale, continua il manager americano.

Sempre più ricca è anche la collaborazione fra Vmware e Microsoft, con Azure al centro ovviamente. Anche in questo caso ci si avvia a una maggior diffusione territoriale che vede il 2020 come l’anno delle nazioni asiatiche.

L’edge computing ha avuto spazio nel discorso di Gelsinger, che da Vmware viene affrontato in modo sistematico e organizzato: non è il futuro potenziale ma una tecnologia da adottare e gestire già oggi.

Nel contempo, il 5G si dimostra un potente abilitatore di crescita. Le telco sono rilevanti clienti in questo ambito, cui Vmware offre la tech preview di Project Maestro, un cloud orchestrator nativamente pensato per l 5G.

Uhana è invece un sistema di predictive analytics abilitata da intelligenza artificiale. Anche questa proposta è pensata per il mondo delle telco.

Il portfolio NSX si espande con Vmware NSX Distributed Ids/Ips, un sistema di intrusion detection software-defined.

La sicurezza è un tema caro a Vmware, che, nella visione della società americana, è tanto vitale quanto affetta da una oggettiva frammentazione fra un numero molto elevato di attori.

Carbon Black è una soluzione che lavora in simbiosi con vSphere, con Workspace One con Nsx e infine con Secure State.

Non poteva mancare il riferimento a Workspace One, compatibile con tutti i sistemi operativi per computer e dispositivi mobile. Completa la compatibilità con Windows 10 e Office 365.

In chiusura, Gelsinger ha parlato dell’importanza di sfruttare le tecnologie non solo per perseguire il mero profitto, ma anche per migliorare la vita delle persone.

Un tema etico caro a Vmware e che si sta affermando globalmente sull’onda di una sempre maggior consapevolezza e attenzione verso la corporate social responsibility delle organizzazioni.

 

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100 tisíc pokuty za zničené území pro čolky a žáby. Developer v Plzni tam postavil cestu

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Vegetaci pro ohrožené žáby a čolky rozjezdila těžkou technikou společnost Valcha Property Development a.s. při výstavbě nové obytné zóny na okraji Plzně. Lokalita přitom měla zůstat neporušená. Od České inspekce životního prostředí (ČIŽP) vyfasovala pokutu 100 tisíc korun.
          

Mobile Developer - PBSC Urban Solutions - Longueuil, QC

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Because being recognized as a catalyst for social innovation and knowing that what we do contributes to making the world a better, smarter and greener place…
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Visual CSS Regression with Backstop JS

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In 2015, I wrote an article, Visual CSS Regression Testing 101 for Front End Developers, where I covered the two competing philosophies of Visual Regression testing, Comparative vs. Baseline. Since then, PhantomCSS was sunsetted as PhantomJS was not as good as running Headless Chrome and BBC's Wraith works but wasn't ever as useful as I'd of liked.

What is Visual Regression Testing?

There are other primers on the concept, but it's worth quickly covering visual regression testing. In the course of development, CSS/JS/templating changes can potentially have unintended changes on your website or web app. Visual Regression Testing seeks to automate the laborious task of comparing visual elements to see if any unexpected changes have occurred. This is performed by running scripts with headless web browsers to render the webpage, then capturing its renderings, and using a show diff tool to compare the screenshots, flagging changed elements for review. Once approved, the latest changes are "approved" as the gold master and then saved to compare against next time you run the test.

Now, four years later, Backstop.JS emerged, mixing (mostly) the best of both Wraith and PhantomCSS.

Back when I first investigated visual regression, I spent time discussing baseline and comparative tools. Baseline visual regression tools in the talk I attended were complete screen renders, whereas the comparative tools could query individual DOM elements. In hindsight, The distinction between baseline and comparative is somewhat of a moot one, as comparative tools can do baseline checks as they're able to query the screen, be it the entire body. That said, tools like Wraith that only do full-page screen renders can't make individual element selection thus are far more limited. At this point, I doubt either term gets much play, nor does it need the distinction as people have gravitated naturally to a tool that can query DOM elements.

Backstop.js

Backstop.JS gets major points out the gate as easy to use. Just run the global npm installer, then navigate to your project directory and run backstop init. It'll create a boilerplate template ready for you to start writing tests. This a serious upgrade, considering I once wrote a 12-step guide on how to install PhantomCSS.

Running tests is also easy, run backstop test from the root directory and backstop will take care of the rest. Approving a batch of changes is easy, just punch in backstop approve.

Next up is formatting: All the tests are created in using JSON, which is easy to read and familiar. I've never been super into YAML, and I like JSON. Everyone likes JSON.

Where Backstop shines is how quick I went from never having written a test to having queried a roster of visual elements found our company website. Start up by declaring a set of screen sizes, and I created my own mobile, tablet, desktop, and large desktop screen sizes.

{
  "viewports": [
    {
      "label": "phone",
      "width": 320,
      "height": 480
    },
    {
      "label": "tablet",
      "width": 1024,
      "height": 768
    },
    {
      "label": "laptop",
      "width": 1280,
      "height": 800
    },
    {
      "label": "highdef",
      "width": 1920,
      "height": 1080
    }
  ],
}

My first tests were entire pages, then I quickly graduated to advanced Backstop, testing our mobile menu. The mobile menu had a few considerations:

  • It must be clicked
  • It only makes sense to test it on a mobile resolution
  • There's a delay for the animation

{
  "label": "Emerge Menu Open",
  "cookiePath": "backstop_data/engine_scripts/cookies.json",
  "url": "https://dev-site-url",
  "referenceUrl": "",
  "readyEvent": "",
  "readySelector": "",
  "delay": 20,
  "hideSelectors": [],
  "removeSelectors": [],
  "hoverSelector": "",
  "clickSelector": ".hamburger",
  "postInteractionWait": 1000,
  "selectors": ["header #site-navigation"],
  "selectorExpansion": true,
  "expect": 0,
  "misMatchThreshold" : 0.1,
  "requireSameDimensions": true,
  "viewports": [
    {
      "label": "phone",
      "width": 320,
      "height": 480
    }
  ]
},

And there you have it; my mobile navigation is being tested against JS breakage and CSS changes. I'm fairly impressed. There's even integration for Running custom scripts. The only hiccups I've had is with AJAX content. I used remove element to hack out the DOM elements, which created reliable elements to test around the AJAX content, and for the AJAX content itself, I used the readySelector.

Lastly, chaining events is a bit cumbersome as you'll be coding up scenarios, but its still much less overhead than the days of PhantomJS.

Chaining Backstop to deploys

The next step is to chain backstop test to deployments. The demo shows Backstop playing with Jenkins deployments. At my office, we use bitbucket pipelines. It's a matter of translations.

Git flow

The gif work flow is pretty straight forward with Visual Regression testing, ignore the test folders, and track the gold masters. Backstop creates a new timestamped directory for each test in /backstop_databitmaps_test for each test. Depending on the number of tests, you run, it's easy to churn out hundreds of megabytes of images, so be prepared to have a trash collection method if you're running via a deployment method that might require such.


          

Java Training with Placements Assistance

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Spiritwish : ช่องทางติดต่อทีมงาน (Support)

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สำหรับคนที่มีปัญหาเกี่ยวกับเกม Spiritwish ไม่ว่าจะเจอ บัค (Bugs) หรือพบกับ Error ต่างๆ ทำให้เล่นเกมไม่ได้ ก็สามารถติดต่อไปยัง ผู้พัฒนาเกม (Developer) หรือ ทีมซัพพอร์ต (Support...
          

Polytopix is hiring

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Today’s blog post is a quick announcement that Polytopix is hiring. We currently have four open positions: R&D Engineer (Ph.D. is required) Senior Web Developer Senior iOS Developer Senior Android Developer. Please check out the requirements on the careers page at Polytopix.
          

Junior Web Developer - Aadija Technologies - Asansol, West Bengal

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Job Title Junior Web Developer. Experience 0 to 2 Years. Key Skills Html, Css, Java Script, Azax, Php, JQuery, Mysql etc. Send us your CV at :
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Junior Software Developer - Technext Technosoft - Durgapur, West Bengal

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IT,BCA - Computers, PG - M.Tech ,MCA – Computers. Type of Employment Full time. Working with an agile team to develop, test, and maintain web and desktop-based…
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Junior Developer - Xi Tech Solutions - Kalyani, West Bengal

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REQUIRED WORDPRESS DESIGNERS & DEVELOPER URGENTLY - Medmatrix Software Solution - Dum Dum, Kolkata, West Bengal

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Jr. PHP Developer - SkoolTree Technologies - Bidhannagar, Kolkata, West Bengal

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Outlast developer teases new project

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Red Barrels rings in Halloween by tweeting out a promotional image for an upcoming game announcement. The image is certainly in keeping with the art direction of the Montreal-based studio's well-received Outlast survival horror series, but as to what exactly the studio will be announcing is still anyone's guess.

          

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne launches for PC on January 9th, 2020

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Capcom announces that Monster Hunter World: Iceborne will finally be hitting Windows PC via Steam next January 9th, 2020. The developer marks the occasion with a new 4K 60FPS trailer, but whether or not your rig will run the expansion at that resolution will depend on your system configuration!

To see how your configuration might fare, Capcom has released an updated list of PC system requirements for the Iceborne expansion:

Minimum (1080p/30fps)

  • OS: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (64-bit required)
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 4460 or Core i3 9100F / AMD FX-6300 or Ryzen 3 3200G
  • Memory: 8GB RAM
  • Storage: 48 GB available space (additional 45 GB for High Resolution Texture Pack)
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 or GTX1050 or AMD Radeon R7 260x or RX 560
  • DirectX: Version 11 or 12
  • Sound Card: DirectSound (DirectX 9.0c or later)
  • Network: Broadband internet connection

Recommended (1080p/30fps)

  • OS: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (64-bit required)
  • Processor: Intel Core i7 3770 or Core i3 8350 or Core i3 9100F / AMD Ryzen 5 1500X or Ryzen 5 3400G
  • Memory: 8GB RAM
  • Storage: 48 GB available space (additional 45 GB for High Resolution Texture Pack)
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (VRAM 3GB) or GTX 1650 / AMD Radeon RX 480 or RX 570
  • DirectX: Version 11 or 12
  • Sound Card: DirectSound (DirectX 9.0c or later)
  • Network: Broadband internet connection

High (1440p/30fps)

  • OS: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (64-bit required)
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 6600K or Core i5 9400F / AMD Ryzen 7 1700 or Ryzen 5 3600
  • Memory: 8GB RAM
  • Storage: 48 GB available space (additional 45 GB for High Resolution Texture Pack)
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX970 or GTX1660 / AMD Radeon RX 580
  • DirectX: Version 11 or 12
  • Sound Card: DirectSound (DirectX 9.0c or later)
  • Network: Broadband internet connection

Max (4K/30fps)

  • OS: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (64-bit required)
  • Processor: Intel Core i7 7700K or Core i7 9700F / AMD Ryzen 7 2700X or Ryzen 7 3700X
  • Memory: 16GB RAM
  • Storage: 48 GB available space (additional 45 GB for High Resolution Texture Pack)
  • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti or RTX 2070 Super / AMD Radeon™ RX Vega 64 or RX 5700 XT
  • DirectX: Version 11 or 12
  • Sound Card: DirectSound (DirectX 9.0c or later)
  • Network: Broadband internet connection

Meanwhile, Capcom pledges to shorten the content release gap between the console and PC versions of Monster Hunter World going forward:

The Iceborne expansion for Monster Hunter World already launched for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One back in September 2019 to a strong reception, shipping no less than 2.5 million copies across both eighth-generation console platforms in just one week.

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The Outer Worlds prepares for launch next week with new trailer

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The Outer Worlds is now only a week away from launch, and developer Obsidian is helping mark the occasion with a new trailer that highlights the chance for players to choose what sort of space cowboy they want to be.

While the trailer itself is set to tune of T. Rex's classic "20th Century Boy", The Outer Worlds will transport players on a voyage to furthest reaches of outer space where they just might determine the fate of the colony of Halcyon.

Obsidian has also finalized the PC system requirements for The Outer Worlds:

Minimum

  • OS: Windows 7 (SP1) 64bit
  • CPU: Intel Core i3-3225 or AMD Phenom II X6 1100T
  • RAM: 4GB
  • GPU: Nvidia GTX 650 Ti or AMD HD 7850
  • HDD Space: 40GB

Recommended

  • OS: Windows 10 64bit
  • CPU: Intel Core i7-7700K  or Ryzen 5 1600
  • RAM: 8GB
  • GPU: GeForce GTX 1060 6GB or Radeon RX 470
  • HDD Space: 40GB

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Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines 2 delayed past Q1 2020

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Developer Hardsuit Labs confirms that Vampire: The Masquerade Bloodlines 2 will not be able to make its originally planned Q1 launch window in 2020, and will be delayed until sometime later next year.

In a joint statement on the game's development blog just ahead of this weekend's PDXCon 2019 event, both Hardsuit Labs CEO Andy Kipling and game designer Brian Mitsoda admit that additonal development time will be required to bring Bloodlines 2 up to a higher standard:

"This hasn’t been an easy- nor our first choice. Throughout 2019 we have been improving our processes and growing our teams, however it soon became clear that this alone won’t allow us to deliver the quality we want at the date we promised."

The design and technical issues which plagued the original 2004 Bloodlines game are a legacy Hardsuit Labs would rather not carry over to the sequel, hence the development team's decision to delay Bloodlines 2. Both Kipling and Mitsoda maintain that the sequel is otherwise still on track for a 2020 launch. For the time being however, fans can look forward to seeing a new "hands-off" demo of Bloodlines 2 along with a developer panel lat PDXCon 2019 in Berlin this Saturday.

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Press Release: Record Sponsor and Fellow-Young Surgeon Turnout Expected for 9th Annual Spine IEP Course

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SAN DIEGO, Calif., Nov. 6, 2019 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Magnifi Group, Inc., a developer of e-learning technology for the medical device industry, will have a record turnout of medical device and biotech companies at its 9th Annual Spine IEP Fellows & Young Surgeons' Course (Spine Interactive Educational Program).
          

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Greater Rochester sites among ‘Five to Revive’

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Вышла обновленная версия VMware Cloud Foundation 3.9 - что нового?

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В сентябре этого года мы писали о VMware Cloud Foundation 3.8.1 - комплексном программном решении, которое включает в себя компоненты VMware vRealize Suite, VMware vSphere Integrated Containers, VMware Integrated OpenStack, VMware Horizon, NSX и другие, работающие в онпремизной, облачной или гибридной инфраструктуре предприятия под управлением SDDC Manager.

На днях компания VMware объявила о выходе обновленной архитектуры VMware Cloud Foundation 3.9.

Давайте посмотрим, что нового появилось в VCF 3.9:

  • Поддержка апгрейдов на уровне кластера - теперь есть возможность выбрать отдельные кластеры в рамках домена рабочей нагрузки для обновления хостов ESXi.
  • Возможность управления несколькими экземплярами Cloud Foundation из одной консоли.
  • Домены рабочей нагрузки Virtual Infrastructure (VI) теперь поддерживают Fibre Channel (в дополнение к vSAN и NFS) как Principal Storage.
  • Возможность пересборки конфигураций серверов Dell MX под нужды заказчиков.
  • В SDDC Manager можно настроить бэкап NSX Managers на сервер SFTP таким образом, чтобы он находился в отдельной зоне отказа (fault zone). Рекомендуется зарегистрировать сервер SFTP на SDDC Manager после обновления и во время первоначальной настройки.
  • Бета-возможность Developer Center - она позволяет получить доступ к Cloud Foundation API и примерам кода под SDDC Manager Dashboard.
  • Поддержка Cloud Foundation API была существенно расширена, подробнее об этом рассказано тут.
  • Bill of Materials (BoM) был обновлен до последних версий продуктов.

Вот список BoM для релиза VCF 3.9:

Компонент Версия Дата Номер билда
Cloud Builder VM 2.2.0.0 24 OCT 2019

14866160

SDDC Manager 3.9 24 OCT 2019

14866160

VMware vCenter Server Appliance vCenter Server 6.7 Update 3 20 AUG 2019

14367737

VMware ESXi ESXi 6.7 Update 3 20 AUG 2019

14320388

VMware vSAN

6.7 Update 3

20 AUG 2019

14263135

VMware NSX Data Center for vSphere 6.4.5 18 APR 2019

13282012

VMware NSX-T Data Center 2.5 19 SEP 2019

14663974

VMware Enterprise PKS 1.5 20 AUG 2019

14878150

VMware vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager 2.1 Patch 2 02 JUL 2019

14062628

VMware vRealize Log Insight 4.8 11 APR 2019 13036238
vRealize Log Insight Content Pack for NSX for vSphere 3.9 n/a n/a
vRealize Log Insight Content Pack for Linux 1.0 n/a n/a
vRealize Log Insight Content Pack for vRealize Automation 7.3+ 2.2 n/a n/a
vRealize Log Insight Content Pack for vRealize Orchestrator 7.0.1+ 2.1 n/a n/a
vRealize Log insight Content Pack for NSX-T 3.8 n/a n/a
vSAN Content Pack for Log Insight 2.1 n/a n/a
vRealize Operations Manager 7.5 11 APR 2019 13165949
vRealize Automation 7.6 11 APR 2019 13027280
VMware Horizon 7 7.9.0 25 JUN 2019

13956742


          

203 - She's a podcast booker and animal rescuer: Tom interviews Margy Feldhuhn

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Margy Feldhuhn is a co-owner of Interview Connections. It's the first and leading podcast booking agency. Margy and her business partner, Jessica, lead an in-house staff. She's got 12 employees in their Rhode Island office and have successfully scaled the agency to seven figures. Margy is very active in animal rescue and she was recently recognized for her fundraising efforts with the Humane Heroes Award.

Screw The Commute Podcast Show Notes Episode 203

How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/

entrepreneurship distance learning school, home based business, lifestyle business

Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/

Higher Education Webinar – https://screwthecommute.com/webinars

Add time coded show notes here in MM:SS format followed by note

03:23 Tom's introduction to Margy Feldhuhn

05:29 Podcasting is exploding

07:31 Podcasting requires work and a commitment to produce quality

10:15 How Margy works with podcasts

12:38 Margy's passion with animals

17:38 Very creative entrepreneurial little girl

20:39 Contractors vs. employees

28:14 Sponsor message

30:20 A typical day for Margy and how she stays motivated

38:33 Parting thoughts for us Screwballs

Entrepreneurial Resources Mentioned in This Podcast

Higher Education Webinar - https://screwthecommute.com/webinars

Screw The Commute - https://screwthecommute.com/

entrepreneurship distance learning school, home based business, lifestyle business

Screw The Commute Podcast App - https://screwthecommute.com/app/

Know a young person for our Youth Episode Series? Send an email to Tom! - orders@antion.com

Have a Roku box? Find Tom's Public Speaking Channel there! - https://channelstore.roku.com/details/267358/the-public-speaking-channel

How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/

Internet Marketing Retreat and Joint Venture Program - https://greatinternetmarketingtraining.com/

Margy's website - https://interviewconnections.com/

Interview Connections on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/InterviewConnectionsPage/

Guest Expert Profit Lab on Facebook - http://interviewconnections.com/group

Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/

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202 - Get in front of 53 Million people for FREE: Tom talks Flash Briefings

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Creating Flash Briefings. Tom is going to lay out the process to get flash briefings up on Amazon's Echo and Dot devices. There's a lot of potential here to reach MILLIONS of people through these in-home devices, so listen up and learn how to take advantage of this emerging technology.

Screw The Commute Podcast Show Notes Episode 202

How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/

Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/

Higher Education Webinar – https://screwthecommute.com/webinars

02:59 Tom's introduction to Flash Briefings

05:04 Getting your flash briefings on Amazon devices

08:01 How are people using flash briefings

10:21 Setting up your flash briefing

15:18 Sponsor message

17:14 Creating your flash briefing

Entrepreneurial Resources Mentioned in This Podcast

Higher Education Webinar - https://screwthecommute.com/webinars

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Screw The Commute Podcast App - https://screwthecommute.com/app/

Know a young person for our Youth Episode Series? Send an email to Tom! - orders@antion.com

Have a Roku box? Find Tom's Public Speaking Channel there! - https://channelstore.roku.com/details/267358/the-public-speaking-channel

How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/

Internet Marketing Retreat and Joint Venture Program - https://greatinternetmarketingtraining.com/

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201 - She's a Super Serial Entrepreneur: Tom interviews Jen Groover

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Jen Groover's name has become synonymous with innovation, entrepreneurship, evolution and human potential. She was recently nominated as a U.N. delegate to the first ever global accelerator for the Global Entrepreneurs Council. And she's also made history, at the New York Stock Exchange, as a member of the first all female group to ring the opening bell. And she's made Forbes list of 50 founders you need to follow on Twitter. And she was nominated TV Personality of the Year in 2013 by Savor the Success.

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03:14 Tom's introduction to Jen Groover

11:53 How to work with Jen

18:35 An adventurous, thrill seeking, curious little girl

20:58 Working in high school and started in business right out of college

30:35 Sponsor message

32:45 A typical day for Jen and how she stays motivated

40:46 Parting thoughts for us Screwballs

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How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/

Internet Marketing Retreat and Joint Venture Program - https://greatinternetmarketingtraining.com/

Jen's website - https://jengroover.com/

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jengroover/

Twitter - https://twitter.com/jengroover/

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jengroover/

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200 - Antion Success Method: Tom talks Success Principles

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Today's topic is success and leadership principles that you need to be able to tell the boss to take this job and shove it. If you already have your own business, I'll tell you how to take it to a much higher level. Also, these principles will also help you in any aspect of your life, not just business.

Screw The Commute Podcast Show Notes Episode 200

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10:52 Leadership Skill #1 Build it strong

19:19 Leadership Skill #2 Don't take shortcuts

23:57 Leadership Skill #3 Don't waste things or people

27:33 Leadership Skill #4 Be self-reliant

34:18 Leadership Skill #5 Study

43:54 Leadership Skill #6 You can have whatever you want if you're willing to work for it

54:38 Leadership Skill #7 Give before you get

01:02:03 Leadership Skill #8 You can overcome obstacles

01:06:34 Leadership Skill #10 Risk everything for something really worthwhile

01:08:27 Balance

01:12:08 Being on time

01:13:31 Extra Success Principles

01:22:07 Writing something like this for your parents

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React Native End-to-end Testing and Automation with Detox

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Introducing Detox, a React Native End-to-end Testing and Automation Framework

Detox is an end-to-end testing and automation framework that runs on a device or a simulator, just like an actual end user.

Software development demands fast responses to user and/or market needs. This fast development cycle can result (sooner or later) in parts of a project being broken, especially when the project grows so large. Developers get overwhelmed with all the technical complexities of the project, and even the business people start to find it hard to keep track of all scenarios the product caters for.

In this scenario, there’s a need for software to keep on top of the project and allow us to deploy with confidence. But why end-to-end testing? Aren’t unit testing and integration testing enough? And why bother with the complexity that comes with end-to-end testing?

First of all, the complexity issue has been tackled by most of the end-to-end frameworks, to the extent that some tools (whether free, paid or limited) allow us to record the test as a user, then replay it and generate the necessary code. Of course, that doesn’t cover the full range of scenarios that you’d be able to address programmatically, but it’s still a very handy feature.

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End-to-end Integration and Unit Testing

End-to-end testing versus integration testing versus unit testing: I always find the word “versus” drives people to take camps — as if it’s a war between good and evil. That drives us to take camps instead of learning from each other and understanding the why instead of the how. The examples are countless: Angular versus React, React versus Angular versus Vue, and even more, React versus Angular versus Vue versus Svelte. Each camp trash talks the other.

jQuery made me a better developer by taking advantage of the facade pattern $('') to tame the wild DOM beast and keep my mind on the task at hand. Angular made me a better developer by taking advantage of componentizing the reusable parts into directives that can be composed (v1). React made me a better developer by taking advantage of functional programming, immutability, identity reference comparison, and the level of composability that I don’t find in other frameworks. Vue made me a better developer by taking advantage of reactive programming and the push model. I could go on and on, but I’m just trying to demonstrate the point that we need to concentrate more on the why: why this tool was created in the first place, what problems it solves, and whether there are other ways of solving the same problems.

As You Go Up, You Gain More Confidence

end-to-end testing graph that demonstrates the benefit of end-to-end testing and the confidence it brings

As you go more on the spectrum of simulating the user journey, you have to do more work to simulate the user interaction with the product. But on the other hand, you get the most confidence because you’re testing the real product that the user interacts with. So, you catch all the issues—whether it’s a styling issue that could cause a whole section or a whole interaction process to be invisible or non interactive, a content issue, a UI issue, an API issue, a server issue, or a database issue. You get all of this covered, which gives you the most confidence.

Why Detox?

We discussed the benefit of end-to-end testing to begin with and its value in providing the most confidence when deploying new features or fixing issues. But why Detox in particular? At the time of writing, it’s the most popular library for end-to-end testing in React Native and the one that has the most active community. On top of that, it’s the one React Native recommends in its documentation.

The Detox testing philosophy is “gray-box testing”. Gray-box testing is testing where the framework knows about the internals of the product it’s testing.In other words, it knows it’s in React Native and knows how to start up the application as a child of the Detox process and how to reload it if needed after each test. So each test result is independent of the others.

Prerequisites

  1. macOS High Sierra 10.13 or above
  2. Xcode 10.1 or above
  3. Homebrew:

     /usr/bin/ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)"
    
  4. Node 8.3.0 or above:

     brew update && brew install node
    
  5. Apple Simulator Utilities: brew tap wix/brew and brew install applesimutils

  6. Detox CLI 10.0.7 or above:

     npm install -g detox-cli
    

See the Result in Action

First, let’s clone a very interesting open-source React Native project for the sake of learning, then add Detox to it:

git clone https://github.com/ahmedam55/movie-swiper-detox-testing.git
cd movie-swiper-detox-testing
npm install
react-native run-ios

Create an account on The Movie DB website to be able to test all the application scenarios. Then add your username and password in .env file with usernamePlaceholder and passwordPlaceholder respectively:

isTesting=true
username=usernamePlaceholder
password=passwordPlaceholder

After that, you can now run the tests:

detox test

Note that I had to fork this repo from the original one as there were a lot of breaking changes between detox-cli, detox, and the project libraries. Use the following steps as a basis for what to do:

  1. Migrate it completely to latest React Native project.
  2. Update all the libraries to fix issues faced by Detox when testing.
  3. Toggle animations and infinite timers if the environment is testing.
  4. Add the test suite package.

Setup for New Projects

Add Detox to Our Dependencies

Go to your project’s root directory and add Detox:

npm install detox --save-dev

Configure Detox

Open the package.json file and add the following right after the project name config. Be sure to replace movieSwiper in the iOS config with the name of your app. Here we’re telling Detox where to find the binary app and the command to build it. (This is optional. We can always execute react-native run-ios instead.) Also choose which type of simulator: ios.simulator, ios.none, android.emulator, or android.attached. And choose which device to test on:

{
  "name": "movie-swiper-detox-testing",

  // add these:
  "detox": {
    "configurations": {
      "ios.sim.debug": {
        "binaryPath": "ios/build/movieSwiper/Build/Products/Debug-iphonesimulator/movieSwiper.app",
        "build": "xcodebuild -project ios/movieSwiper.xcodeproj -scheme movieSwiper -configuration Debug -sdk iphonesimulator -derivedDataPath ios/build",
        "type": "ios.simulator",
        "name": "iPhone 7 Plus"
      }
    }
  }
}

Here’s a breakdown of what the config above does:

  • Execute react-native run-ios to create the binary app.
  • Search for the binary app at the root of the project: find . -name "*.app".
  • Put the result in the build directory.

Before firing up the test suite, make sure the device name you specified is available (for example, iPhone 7). You can do that from the terminal by executing the following:

xcrun simctl list

Here’s what it looks like:

device-list

Now that weve added Detox to our project and told it which simulator to start the application with, we need a test runner to manage the assertions and the reporting—whether it’s on the terminal or otherwise.

Detox supports both Jest and Mocha. We’ll go with Jest, as it has bigger community and bigger feature set. In addition to that, it supports parallel test execution, which could be handy to speed up the end-to-end tests as they grow in number.

Adding Jest to Dev Dependencies

Execute the following to install Jest:

npm install jest jest-cli --save-dev

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WordPress & Accessibility - How does in affect me?

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Earlier this year there was a news article about a lawsuit against Domino's Pizza in regards to the Accessibility of their website. At the time of the article - the court decision was about whether the case could move forward or not and the answer was yes it could.
 
The question is how does the ADA apply to websites. Does it apply to all websites or just companies that have a physical presence? Also what standards do the websites need to adhere to?
 
Today there are 2 main areas when it comes to website accessibility.
A) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) - Currently most developers / site owners are working with the 2.0 guidelines from December of 2008 and meeting level AA (middle of 3 levels).  Version 2.1 of the guidelines were published in June 2018. In the US there is also Section 508 which has many of the pieces of WCAG 2.0 The European Union however has adopted the newer Guidelines of Version 2.1
 
B) Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 - This is the US Law which ties into the ADA and some other acts as well. It specifically applies to federal agencies as well as business and organizations that receive federal funding and/or do business with federal agencies.
 
So.....What does this mean for me and what can I do about it.......
 
1) Accessibility Policy - Much like a privacy policy this states what you are doing to make your site accessible and more importantly if someone needs help how they can contact you.
Example: https://www.aa.com/i18n/customer-service/about-us/web-accessibility.jsp - Note AA.com specifically states their site may not meet guidelines
 
This can allow you / your developer see where there is coding that needs to be adjusted in order to make the site compliant.
 
There are a few WordPress plugins which allow the end user to modify the site on their local machine to help with their interaction with the site. 
 
No one piece of this alone will magically make your site Accessible / Compliant with the guidelines. There are services which will manually check (Human Interaction) your site and give you reports / certifications what you adhere to the guidelines. If you should have any questions if these items apply to your business, please consult a specialist / attorney in your community.
 
The biggest take away from this is to be proactive to this and start looking at addressing these items today, so when / if there is something that says you HAVE to do it, you will not be behind the curve.
 
 
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The Morning Brew #2867

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SOFTWARE BUSINESS ANALYST I

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This is an AbilityOne contract which requires most work hours must be performed by a Team Member with Significant Disabilities. Due to the program requirements, this requisition needs to be filled by a person that meets the AbilityOne criteria.

GCE - Global Connections to Employment is excited to offer career opportunities within our fast growing organization. Our mission - "Helping people throughout life's journey" and the vision to be the trusted partner for improving the quality of life in the communities we serve. We are a "Top 25" non-profit provider under the AbilityOne Program. GCE serves to help people with disabilities find meaningful employment in multiple business service lines in 14 states, including internationally. GCEs IT teams maintains government and commercial contracts and we have been honored with numerous awards for service excellence and supporting employee morale. Our IT team is a primary federal contractor for DMDC for DoD, where our focus is on identity management and software development credentialing, and personnel security and benefits. We offer competitive compensation and benefits package.

Position Summary:

The Software Business Analyst I reviews, analyzes, and evaluates business systems and user needs. Documents requirements, defines scope and objectives, and formulates systems to parallel overall business strategies. Prepares detailed functional specifications for programs. Assists in the design, development, testing, implementation, and documentation of new software and enhancements of existing applications. Works with project stakeholders, project managers, developers, quality assurance team, and end users to ensure application designs meet business requirements. Assists all phases of software systems programming applications. Evaluates new and existing software products.

Job Qualifications:

  • Degree Requirement: Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration or related field. May substitute equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Years of Experience: 0-1+ year of experience as a Business Analyst.
  • Degree and experience requirement may be waived for GCE Information Technology Trainee if all other job requirements are met.
  • Must demonstrate ability to perform all requirements and show continued progress on job functions in a client environment.
  • Proficiency Level Required with MS Office Products: intermediate.
  • Experience with the following software languages: SQL, Java, JavaScript.
  • Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for a public trust clearance or higher.
  • U. S. Citizenship required per government contract.     
  • Some travel may be required, up to 10% of the time.

To Apply

Interested applicants please visit our Career Center @ www.gce.org and complete our on-line applications. Our toll free number is (866) 236-3981.

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Application Developer Guide Fundamentals

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Web Developer - YouTube, Google platforms and API’s

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Pokemon Go Buddy Adventure will link friends using AR

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Pokemon Go Buddy Adventure is an upcoming feature that will connect friends across both iOS and Android devices using augmented reality (AR), developer Niantic revealed. “The Pokemon Go Buddy Adventure feature will not only allow you to interact with your own Pokémon via the AR camera, it will also provide Trainers with a shared experience […]

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Life is Strange 2 trailer shows how we’ve shaped Daniel

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Life is Strange 2 will release its final episode on 3 December, and to celebrate, developer DONTNOD has released a new video that details “the innovative system that drives the development of Daniel, the impressionable younger brother that players guide throughout”. DONTNOD says there are 50 moments “where your decisions shape the mind of Daniel” in […]

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University Park Mom of 10’s Arrest for Drug Trafficking Stuns Community

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Real estate developer Gina Bishop-Corwin is a longtime Park Cities resident who, with her husband, Mike Corwin, has 10 children.

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Artificial Intelligence, Consultant - Applied Artificial Intelligence (Full Stack Developer) - Deloitte - Charleston, WV

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Python Developer

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Call of the Wild — Planet Zoo review

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Frontier Developments is one of the most memorable developers of simulation games. Their portfolio is top shelf, with RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 in 2004, Thrillville in 2006, Thrillville: Off the Rails in 2007, Kinectimals in 2010, Kinect: Disneyland Adventures in 2011, Zoo Tycoon in 2013, Planet Coaster in 2016, and Jurassic World Evolution in 2018. While […]
          

UX Designer Intern - PREASK - Fort Lauderdale, FL

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Building Great User Experiences with Concurrent Mode and Suspense

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At React Conf 2019 we announced an experimental release of React that supports Concurrent Mode and Suspense. In this post we’ll introduce best practices for using them that we’ve identified through the process of building the new facebook.com.

This post will be most relevant to people working on data fetching libraries for React.

It shows how to best integrate them with Concurrent Mode and Suspense. The patterns introduced here are based on Relay — our library for building data-driven UIs with GraphQL. However, the ideas in this post apply to other GraphQL clients as well as libraries using REST or other approaches.

This post is aimed at library authors. If you’re primarily an application developer, you might still find some interesting ideas here, but don’t feel like you have to read it in its entirety.

Talk Videos

If you prefer to watch videos, some of the ideas from this blog post have been referenced in several React Conf 2019 presentations:

This post presents a deeper dive on implementing a data fetching library with Suspense.

Putting User Experience First

The React team and community has long placed a deserved emphasis on developer experience: ensuring that React has good error messages, focusing on components as a way to reason locally about app behavior, crafting APIs that are predictable and encourage correct usage by design, etc. But we haven’t provided enough guidance on the best ways to achieve a great user experience in large apps.

For example, the React team has focused on framework performance and providing tools for developers to debug and tune application performance (e.g. React.memo). But we haven’t been as opinionated about the high-level patterns that make the difference between fast, fluid apps and slow, janky ones. We always want to ensure that React remains approachable to new users and supports a variety of use-cases — not every app has to be “blazing” fast. But as a community we can and should aim high. We should make it as easy as possible to build apps that start fast and stay fast, even as they grow in complexity, for users on varying devices and networks around the world.

Concurrent Mode and Suspense are experimental features that can help developers achieve this goal. We first introduced them at JSConf Iceland in 2018, intentionally sharing details very early to give the community time to digest the new concepts and to set the stage for subsequent changes. Since then we’ve completed related work, such as the new Context API and the introduction of Hooks, which are designed in part to help developers naturally write code that is more compatible with Concurrent Mode. But we didn’t want to implement these features and release them without validating that they work. So over the past year, the React, Relay, web infrastructure, and product teams at Facebook have all collaborated closely to build a new version of facebook.com that deeply integrates Concurrent Mode and Suspense to create an experience with a more fluid and app-like feel.

Thanks to this project, we’re more confident than ever that Concurrent Mode and Suspense can make it easier to deliver great, fast user experiences. But doing so requires rethinking how we approach loading code and data for our apps. Effectively all of the data-fetching on the new facebook.com is powered by Relay Hooks — new Hooks-based Relay APIs that integrate with Concurrent Mode and Suspense out of the box.

Relay Hooks — and GraphQL — won’t be for everyone, and that’s ok! Through our work on these APIs we’ve identified a set of more general patterns for using Suspense. Even if Relay isn’t the right fit for you, we think the key patterns we’ve introduced with Relay Hooks can be adapted to other frameworks.

Best Practices for Suspense

It’s tempting to focus only on the total startup time for an app — but it turns out that users’ perception of performance is determined by more than the absolute loading time. For example, when comparing two apps with the same absolute startup time, our research shows that users will generally perceive the one with fewer intermediate loading states and fewer layout changes as having loaded faster. Suspense is a powerful tool for carefully orchestrating an elegant loading sequence with a few, well-defined states that progressively reveal content. But improving perceived performance only goes so far — our apps still shouldn’t take forever to fetch all of their code, data, images, and other assets.

The traditional approach to loading data in React apps involves what we refer to as “fetch-on-render”. First we render a component with a spinner, then fetch data on mount (componentDidMount or useEffect), and finally update to render the resulting data. It’s certainly possible to use this pattern with Suspense: instead of initially rendering a placeholder itself, a component can “suspend” — indicate to React that it isn’t ready yet. This will tell React to find the nearest ancestor <Suspense fallback={<Placeholder/>}>, and render its fallback instead. If you watched earlier Suspense demos this example may feel familiar — it’s how we originally imagined using Suspense for data-fetching.

It turns out that this approach has some limitations. Consider a page that shows a social media post by a user, along with comments on that post. That might be structured as a <Post> component that renders both the post body and a <CommentList> to show the comments. Using the fetch-on-render approach described above to implement this could cause sequential round trips (sometimes referred to as a “waterfall”). First the data for the <Post> component would be fetched and then the data for <CommentList> would be fetched, increasing the time it takes to show the full page.

There’s also another often-overlooked downside to this approach. If <Post> eagerly requires (or imports) the <CommentList> component, our app will have to wait to show the post body while the code for the comments is downloading. We could lazily load <CommentList>, but then that would delay fetching comments data and increase the time to show the full page. How do we resolve this problem without compromising on the user experience?

Render As You Fetch

The fetch-on-render approach is widely used by React apps today and can certainly be used to create great apps. But can we do even better? Let’s step back and consider our goal.

In the above <Post> example, we’d ideally show the more important content — the post body — as early as possible, without negatively impacting the time to show the full page (including comments). Let’s consider the key constraints on any solution and look at how we can achieve them:

  • Showing the more important content (the post body) as early as possible means that we need to load the code and data for the view incrementally. We don’t want to block showing the post body on the code for <CommentList> being downloaded, for example.
  • At the same time we don’t want to increase the time to show the full page including comments. So we need to start loading the code and data for the comments as soon as possible, ideally in parallel with loading the post body.

This might sound difficult to achieve — but these constraints are actually incredibly helpful. They rule out a large number of approaches and spell out a solution for us. This brings us to the key patterns we’ve implemented in Relay Hooks, and that can be adapted to other data-fetching libraries. We’ll look at each one in turn and then see how they add up to achieve our goal of fast, delightful loading experiences:

  1. Parallel data and view trees
  2. Fetch in event handlers
  3. Load data incrementally
  4. Treat code like data

Parallel Data and View Trees

One of the most appealing things about the fetch-on-render pattern is that it colocates what data a component needs with how to render that data. This colocation is great — an example of how it makes sense to group code by concerns and not by technologies. All the issues we saw above were due to when we fetch data in this approach: upon rendering. We need to be able to fetch data before we’ve rendered the component. The only way to achieve that is by extracting the data dependencies into parallel data and view trees.

Here’s how that works in Relay Hooks. Continuing our example of a social media post with body and comments, here’s how we might define it with Relay Hooks:

// Post.js
function Post(props) {
  // Given a reference to some post - `props.post` - *what* data
  // do we need about that post?
  const postData = useFragment(graphql`
    fragment PostData on Post @refetchable(queryName: "PostQuery") {
      author
      title
      # ...  more fields ...
    }
  `, props.post);

  // Now that we have the data, how do we render it?
  return (
    <div>
      <h1>{postData.title}</h1>
      <h2>by {postData.author}</h2>
      {/* more fields  */}
    </div>
  );
}

Although the GraphQL is written within the component, Relay has a build step (Relay Compiler) that extracts these data-dependencies into separate files and aggregates the GraphQL for each view into a single query. So we get the benefit of colocating concerns, while at runtime having parallel data and view trees. Other frameworks could achieve a similar effect by allowing developers to define data-fetching logic in a sibling file (maybe Post.data.js), or perhaps integrate with a bundler to allow defining data dependencies with UI code and automatically extracting it, similar to Relay Compiler.

The key is that regardless of the technology we’re using to load our data — GraphQL, REST, etc — we can separate what data to load from how and when to actually load it. But once we do that, how and when do we fetch our data?

Fetch in Event Handlers

Imagine that we’re about to navigate from a list of a user’s posts to the page for a specific post. We’ll need to download the code for that page — Post.js — and also fetch its data.

Waiting until we render the component has problems as we saw above. The key is to start fetching code and data for a new view in the same event handler that triggers showing that view. We can either fetch the data within our router — if our router supports preloading data for routes — or in the click event on the link that triggered the navigation. It turns out that the React Router folks are already hard at work on building APIs to support preloading data for routes. But other routing frameworks can implement this idea too.

Conceptually, we want every route definition to include two things: what component to render and what data to preload, as a function of the route/url params. Here’s what such a route definition might look like. This example is loosely inspired by React Router’s route definitions and is primarily intended to demonstrate the concept, not a specific API:

// PostRoute.js (GraphQL version)

// Relay generated query for loading Post data
import PostQuery from './__generated__/PostQuery.graphql';

const PostRoute = {
  // a matching expression for which paths to handle
  path: '/post/:id',

  // what component to render for this route
  component: React.lazy(() => import('./Post')),

  // data to load for this route, as function of the route
  // parameters
  prepare: routeParams => {
    // Relay extracts queries from components, allowing us to reference
    // the data dependencies -- data tree -- from outside.
    const postData = preloadQuery(PostQuery, {
      postId: routeParams.id,
    });

    return { postData };
  },
};

export default PostRoute;

Given such a definition, a router can:

  • Match a URL to a route definition.
  • Call the prepare() function to start loading that route’s data. Note that prepare() is synchronous — we don’t wait for the data to be ready, since we want to start rendering more important parts of the view (like the post body) as quickly as possible.
  • Pass the preloaded data to the component. If the component is ready — the React.lazy dynamic import has completed — the component will render and try to access its data. If not, React.lazy will suspend until the code is ready.

This approach can be generalized to other data-fetching solutions. An app that uses REST might define a route like this:

// PostRoute.js (REST version)

// Manually written logic for loading the data for the component
import PostData from './Post.data';

const PostRoute = {
  // a matching expression for which paths to handle
  path: '/post/:id',

  // what component to render for this route
  component: React.lazy(() => import('./Post')),

  // data to load for this route, as function of the route
  // parameters
  prepare: routeParams => {
    const postData = preloadRestEndpoint(
      PostData.endpointUrl, 
      {
        postId: routeParams.id,
      },
    );
    return { postData };
  },
};

export default PostRoute;

This same approach can be employed not just for routing, but in other places where we show content lazily or based on user interaction. For example, a tab component could eagerly load the first tab’s code and data, and then use the same pattern as above to load the code and data for other tabs in the tab-change event handler. A component that displays a modal could preload the code and data for the modal in the click handler that triggers opening the modal, and so on.

Once we’ve implemented the ability to start loading code and data for a view independently, we have the option to go one step further. Consider a <Link to={path} /> component that links to a route. If the user hovers over that link, there’s a reasonable chance they’ll click it. And if they press the mouse down, there’s an even better chance that they’ll complete the click. If we can load code and data for a view after the user clicks, we can also start that work before they click, getting a head start on preparing the view.

Best of all, we can centralize that logic in a few key places — a router or core UI components — and get any performance benefits automatically throughout our app. Of course preloading isn’t always beneficial. It’s something an application would tune based on the user’s device or network speed to avoid eating up user’s data plans. But the pattern here makes it easier to centralize the implementation of preloading and the decision of whether to enable it or not.

Load Data Incrementally

The above patterns — parallel data/view trees and fetching in event handlers — let us start loading all the data for a view earlier. But we still want to be able to show more important parts of the view without waiting for all of our data. At Facebook we’ve implemented support for this in GraphQL and Relay in the form of some new GraphQL directives (annotations that affect how/when data is delivered, but not what data). These new directives, called @defer and @stream, allow us to retrieve data incrementally. For example, consider our <Post> component from above. We want to show the body without waiting for the comments to be ready. We can achieve this with @defer and <Suspense>:

// Post.js
function Post(props) {
  const postData = useFragment(graphql`
    fragment PostData on Post {
      author
      title

      # fetch data for the comments, but don't block on it being ready
      ...CommentList @defer
    }
  `, props.post);

  return (
    <div>
      <h1>{postData.title}</h1>
      <h2>by {postData.author}</h2>
      {/* @defer pairs naturally w <Suspense> to make the UI non-blocking too */}
      <Suspense fallback={<Spinner/>}>
        <CommentList post={post} />
      </Suspense>
    </div>
  );
}

Here, our GraphQL server will stream back the results, first returning the author and title fields and then returning the comment data when it’s ready. We wrap <CommentList> in a <Suspense> boundary so that we can render the post body before <CommentList> and its data are ready. This same pattern can be applied to other frameworks as well. For example, apps that call a REST API might make parallel requests to fetch the body and comments data for a post to avoid blocking on all the data being ready.

Treat Code Like Data

But there’s one thing that’s still missing. We’ve shown how to preload data for a route — but what about code? The example above cheated a bit and used React.lazy. However, React.lazy is, as the name implies, lazy. It won’t start downloading code until the lazy component is actually rendered — it’s “fetch-on-render” for code!

To solve this, the React team is considering APIs that would allow bundle splitting and eager preloading for code as well. That would allow a user to pass some form of lazy component to a router, and for the router to trigger loading the code alongside its data as early as possible.

Putting It All Together

To recap, achieving a great loading experience means that we need to start loading code and data as early as possible, but without waiting for all of it to be ready. Parallel data and view trees allow us to load the data for a view in parallel with loading the view (code) itself. Fetching in an event handler means we can start loading data as early as possible, and even optimistically preload a view when we have enough confidence that a user will navigate to it. Loading data incrementally allows us to load important data earlier without delaying the fetching of less important data. And treating code as data — and preloading it with similar APIs — allows us to load it earlier too.

Using These Patterns

These patterns aren’t just ideas — we’ve implemented them in Relay Hooks and are using them in production throughout the new facebook.com (which is currently in beta testing). If you’re interested in using or learning more about these patterns, here are some resources:

  • The React Concurrent docs explore how to use Concurrent Mode and Suspense and go into more detail about many of these patterns. It’s a great resource to learn more about the APIs and use-cases they support.
  • The experimental release of Relay Hooks implements the patterns described here.
  • We’ve implemented two similar example apps that demonstrate these concepts:

    • The Relay Hooks example app uses GitHub’s public GraphQL API to implement a simple issue tracker app. It includes nested route support with code and data preloading. The code is fully commented — we encourage cloning the repo, running the app locally, and exploring how it works.
    • We also have a non-GraphQL version of the app that demonstrates how these concepts can be applied to other data-fetching libraries.

While the APIs around Concurrent Mode and Suspense are still experimental, we’re confident that the ideas in this post are proven by practice. However, we understand that Relay and GraphQL aren’t the right fit for everyone. That’s ok! We’re actively exploring how to generalize these patterns to approaches such as REST, and are exploring ideas for a more generic (ie non-GraphQL) API for composing a tree of data dependencies. In the meantime, we’re excited to see what new libraries will emerge that implement the patterns described in this post to make it easier to build great, fast user experiences.


          

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Microsoft launches Visual Studio Online

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Recursive Sans and Mono: A Free Variable Type Family — This is a new ‘highly-flexible’ type family that takes advantage of variable font tech to let you pick the right style along five different axes. It’s pretty clever, well demonstrated, and very suitable for presenting data, code, or to be used in documentation and UIs.

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Microsoft Launches Visual Studio Online — It’s basically a collaborative version of VS Code that runs in the browser letting you develop from anywhere in a cloud-based environment. This isn’t a new idea but it’s great to see Microsoft’s might behind such an effort.

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Top CI Pipeline Best Practices — At the center of a good CI/CD setup is a well-designed CI pipeline. If your team is adopting CI, or your work involves building or improving CI pipeline, this best practices guide is for you.

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You Can't Submit an Electron 6 (or 7) App to the Mac App Store? — Electron is a popular cross-platform app development toolkit maintained by GitHub. The bad news? It uses Chromium which uses several ‘private’ Apple APIs and Apple aren’t keen on accepting apps that use them for a variety of reasons.

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Dart 2.6: Now with Native Executable Compilation — Dart began life as a Google built, typed language that compiled to JavaScript but is now a somewhat broader project. The latest version includes a new dart2native tool for compiling Dart apps to self-contained, native executables for Windows, macOS, and Linux.

Michael Thomsen

GitHub Sponsors Is Now Out of Beta in 30 Countries — GitHub launched its Sponsors program in beta several months ago as a way for open source developers to accept contributions for their work and projects more easily. It’s now generally available in 30 countries with hopefully more to follow.

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How Monzo Built Network Isolation for 1,500 Services — 1,500 services power Monzo, a British bank, and they want to keep them all as separate as possible so that no single bad actor can bring down their platform. Here’s the tale of how they’ve been working towards that goal.

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A Comparison of Static Form Providers — A high level comparison of several providers who essentially provide the backend for your HTML forms.

Silvestar Bistrović

▶  An Illustrated Guide to OAuth and OpenID Connect — A 16 minute video rich with illustrations and diagrams.

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Intelligent CI/CD with CircleCI: Test Splitting — Did you know that CircleCI can intelligently split tests to get you your test results faster?

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▶  Git is Hard but Time Traveling in Git Isn't — A lightning talk from React Conf 2019 that flies through some interesting Git features in a mere 6 minutes.

Monica Powell

Highlights from Git 2.24 — Take a look at some of the new features in the latest Git release including feature macros and a new way to ‘rewrite history’.

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Create a Bookmarking Application with FaunaDB, Netlify and 11ty — Brings together FaunaDB’s serverless cloud database, the Netlify platform (which uses Lambda under the hood), and 11ty (a static site generator) to create a bookmark management site.

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File Systems Unfit As Distributed Storage Backends: Lessons From Ten Years of Ceph Evolution — You can’t help but be won over by a comment like “Ten years of hard-won lessons packed into just 17 pages makes this paper extremely good value for your time.”

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An SQL Injection Tutorial for Beginners — This is not a tutorial for you to follow but more a look at what hackers will attempt to do to your systems, if you let them. The techniques used are sneaky and interesting.

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Stripe CLI: A Command Line Development Environment for Stripe Users — Stripe has become somewhat ubiquitous in the payment processing space and their focus on developers is pretty neat, not least in this new tool for building and testing integrations.

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K-Rail: A Workload Policy Enforcement Tool for Kubernetes — A webhook-based policy enforcement tool built in Go that lets you define policies in Go code too.

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The PPS engineering survey

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The most recent survey carried out by PPS on the views of a wide spectrum of engineers identified some serious concerns as well as some encouraging ones.

Of these, the item that is reasonably positive is that 75% of the Engineers surveyed were confident about the future of their profession over the next five years, primarily due to expected financial viability and contributing to society. Of the 25% who were not inspired by the future, the most negative factor is the political climate.

64% would encourage their children to study engineering, but 94% are concerned about the standards of maths and science at the tertiary level. The pessimistic 25% regard the lack of good jobs and retrenchments as the cause, and many are concerned that good Engineers are considering leaving the country.

87% are worried by the brain drain on the profession, and 54% are considering emigrating, with politics being the main driver. Countries of choice are the USA and Australia. 65% of employers offer internships to graduates.

Reasonably positive

On the question as to whether the government is delivering on its promises to create infrastructure, 96% voted a solid no on this.

According to the National Development plan, more efficient and competitive infrastructure is needed to meet the objective of the plan. By 2030 key services such as commercial transport, energy, telcoms and water has to be strengthened to ensure long term sustainability. 91% believe this will not be met.

 

When we consider the skills and experience that are needed to design, build, operate and maintain infrastructure, the low level of confidence exhibited by this survey should be considered in a serious light by government as well as private developers. As to what factor would have the most impact on the profession over the next three years, the economy got the biggest vote at 62%.

 

Investment savvy

 

83% of engineers believed that they are investment savvy, but only 44% had an established plan in place and 51% had a combination of financial products, so only 5% have no structured financial plan in place. On work/life balance, 50% consider it as average while 33% said good and 13% said poor.

Overall, what can we conclude from this survey? It is accrued from the top levels of the profession who give the government and policy a distinct negative vote. How else is the country going to tackle the challenge of economic growth with the belief that so much engineering talent is being misused?


          

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Apple partnering with Valve to develop AR headset: Report

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Artificial intelligence & health discussed in seminar series held at UNCW

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The Andersen Accounts: The Price of a Life

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Decoupling Information and Connectivity via Information-Centric Transport

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The power of Information-Centric Networking architectures (ICNs) lies in their abstraction for communication --- the request for named data. This abstraction was popularized by the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) as an application-layer abstraction, and was extended by ICNs to also serve as their network-layer abstraction. In recent years, network mechanisms for ICNs, such as scalable name-based forwarding, named-data routing and in-network caching, have been widely explored and researched. However, to the best of our knowledge, the impact of this network abstraction on ICN applications has not been explored or well understood. The motivation of this dissertation is to address this research gap. Presumably, shifting from the IP's channel abstraction, in which two endpoints must establish a channel to communicate, to the request for named data abstraction in ICNs, should simplify application mechanisms. This is not only because those mechanisms are no longer required to translate named-based requests to addresses of endpoints, but mainly because application mechanisms are no longer coupled with the connectivity characteristics of the channel. Hence, applications do not need to worry if there is a synchronous end-to-end path between two endpoints, or if a device along the path switches between concurrent interfaces for communication. Therefore, ICN architectures present a new and powerful promise to applications --- the freedom to stay in the information plane decoupled from connectivity. This dissertation shows that despite this powerful promise, the information and connectivity planes are presently coupled in today's incarnations of leading ICNs by a core architectural component, the forwarding strategy. Therefore, this dissertation defines the role of forwarding strategies, and it introduces Information-Centric Transport (ICT) as a new architectural component that application developers can rely on if they want their application to be decoupled from connectivity. When discussing the role of ICT, we explain the importance of in-network transport mechanisms in ICNs, and we explore how those mechanisms can be scalable when generalized to provide broadly-applicable application needs. To illustrate our contribution concretely, we present three group communication abstractions that can evolve into ICTs: 1) Data synchronization of named data. This abstraction supports applications that want to maintain data consistency over time of a group's shared dataset. 2) Push-like notifications for the latest named data. This abstraction supports applications that want to quickly notify and be notified about the latest content that was produced by a member(s) in the group. And 3) distributed named data fetching when the content is partitioned. This abstraction supports applications that their named data is partitioned and distributed in the group, and the names of content items in a partition cannot be generalized and hierarchically represented using one partition name. For each ICT, we provide examples of known applications that can use it, we discuss different mechanisms for implementation, and we evaluate selected implementations. We show how by relying on an ICT instead of a forwarding strategy, the tested applications can maintain sustainable communication in connectivities where IP tools fail or do not work well.


          

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Will BlizzCon become the latest battleground for the Hong Kong protests?

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Real Python: When to Use a List Comprehension in Python

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Python is famous for allowing you to write code that’s elegant, easy to write, and almost as easy to read as plain English. One of the language’s most distinctive features is the list comprehension, which you can use to create powerful functionality within a single line of code. However, many developers struggle to fully leverage the more advanced features of a list comprehension in Python. Some programmers even use them too much, which can lead to code that’s less efficient and harder to read.

By the end of this tutorial, you’ll understand the full power of Python list comprehensions and how to use their features comfortably. You’ll also gain an understanding of the trade-offs that come with using them so that you can determine when other approaches are more preferable.

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to:

  • Rewrite loops and map() calls as a list comprehension in Python
  • Choose between comprehensions, loops, and map() calls
  • Supercharge your comprehensions with conditional logic
  • Use comprehensions to replace filter()
  • Profile your code to solve performance questions

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How to Create Lists in Python

There are a few different ways you can create lists in Python. To better understand the trade-offs of using a list comprehension in Python, let’s first see how to create lists with these approaches.

Using for Loops

The most common type of loop is the for loop. You can use a for loop to create a list of elements in three steps:

  1. Instantiate an empty list.
  2. Loop over an iterable or range of elements.
  3. Append each element to the end of the list.

If you want to create a list containing the first ten perfect squares, then you can complete these steps in three lines of code:

>>>
>>> squares = []
>>> for i in range(10):
...     squares.append(i * i)
>>> squares
[0, 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81]

Here, you instantiate an empty list, squares. Then, you use a for loop to iterate over range(10). Finally, you multiply each number by itself and append the result to the end of the list.

Using map() Objects

map() provides an alternative approach that’s based in functional programming. You pass in a function and an iterable, and map() will create an object. This object contains the output you would get from running each iterable element through the supplied function.

As an example, consider a situation in which you need to calculate the price after tax for a list of transactions:

>>>
>>> txns = [1.09, 23.56, 57.84, 4.56, 6.78]
>>> TAX_RATE = .08
>>> def get_price_with_tax(txn):
...     return txn * (1 + TAX_RATE)
>>> final_prices = map(get_price_with_tax, txns)
>>> list(final_prices)
[1.1772000000000002, 25.4448, 62.467200000000005, 4.9248, 7.322400000000001]

Here, you have an iterable txns and a function get_price_with_tax(). You pass both of these arguments to map(), and store the resulting object in final_prices. You can easily convert this map object into a list using list().

Using List Comprehensions

List comprehensions are a third way of making lists. With this elegant approach, you could rewrite the for loop from the first example in just a single line of code:

>>>
>>> squares = [i * i for i in range(10)]
>>> squares
[0, 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81]

Rather than creating an empty list and adding each element to the end, you simply define the list and its contents at the same time by following this format:

>>>
new_list = [expression for member in iterable]

Every list comprehension in Python includes three elements:

  1. expression is the member itself, a call to a method, or any other valid expression that returns a value. In the example above, the expression i * i is the square of the member value.
  2. member is the object or value in the list or iterable. In the example above, the member value is i.
  3. iterable is a list, set, sequence, generator, or any other object that can return its elements one at a time. In the example above, the iterable is range(10).

Because the expression requirement is so flexible, a list comprehension in Python works well in many places where you would use map(). You can rewrite the pricing example with its own list comprehension:

>>>
>>> txns = [1.09, 23.56, 57.84, 4.56, 6.78]
>>> TAX_RATE = .08
>>> def get_price_with_tax(txn):
...     return txn * (1 + TAX_RATE)
>>> final_prices = [get_price_with_tax(i) for i in txns]
>>> final_prices
[1.1772000000000002, 25.4448, 62.467200000000005, 4.9248, 7.322400000000001]

The only distinction between this implementation and map() is that the list comprehension in Python returns a list, not a map object.

Benefits of Using List Comprehensions

List comprehensions are often described as being more Pythonic than loops or map(). But rather than blindly accepting that assessment, it’s worth it to understand the benefits of using a list comprehension in Python when compared to the alternatives. Later on, you’ll learn about a few scenarios where the alternatives are a better choice.

One main benefit of using a list comprehension in Python is that it’s a single tool that you can use in many different situations. In addition to standard list creation, list comprehensions can also be used for mapping and filtering. You don’t have to use a different approach for each scenario.

This is the main reason why list comprehensions are considered Pythonic, as Python embraces simple, powerful tools that you can use in a wide variety of situations. As an added side benefit, whenever you use a list comprehension in Python, you won’t need to remember the proper order of arguments like you would when you call map().

List comprehensions are also more declarative than loops, which means they’re easier to read and understand. Loops require you to focus on how the list is created. You have to manually create an empty list, loop over the elements, and add each of them to the end of the list. With a list comprehension in Python, you can instead focus on what you want to go in the list and trust that Python will take care of how the list construction takes place.

How to Supercharge Your Comprehensions

In order to understand the full value that list comprehensions can provide, it’s helpful to understand their range of possible functionality. You’ll also want to understand the changes that are coming to the list comprehension in Python 3.8.

Using Conditional Logic

Earlier, you saw this formula for how to create list comprehensions:

>>>
new_list = [expression for member in iterable]

While this formula is accurate, it’s also a bit incomplete. A more complete description of the comprehension formula adds support for optional conditionals. The most common way to add conditional logic to a list comprehension is to add a conditional to the end of the expression:

>>>
new_list = [expression for member in iterable (if conditional)]

Here, your conditional statement comes just before the closing bracket.

Conditionals are important because they allow list comprehensions to filter out unwanted values, which would normally require a call to filter():

>>>
>>> sentence = 'the rocket came back from mars'
>>> vowels = [i for i in sentence if i in 'aeiou']
>>> vowels
['e', 'o', 'e', 'a', 'e', 'a', 'o', 'a']

In this code block, the conditional statement filters out any characters in sentence that aren’t a vowel.

The conditional can test any valid expression. If you need a more complex filter, then you can even move the conditional logic to a separate function:

>>>
>>> sentence = 'The rocket, who was named Ted, came back \
... from Mars because he missed his friends.'
>>> def is_consonant(letter):
...     vowels = 'aeiou'
...     return letter.isalpha() and letter.lower() not in vowels
>>> consonants = [i for i in sentence if is_consonant(i)]
['T', 'h', 'r', 'c', 'k', 't', 'w', 'h', 'w', 's', 'n', 'm', 'd', \
'T', 'd', 'c', 'm', 'b', 'c', 'k', 'f', 'r', 'm', 'M', 'r', 's', 'b', \
'c', 's', 'h', 'm', 's', 's', 'd', 'h', 's', 'f', 'r', 'n', 'd', 's']

Here, you create a complex filter is_consonant() and pass this function as the conditional statement for your list comprehension. Note that the member value i is also passed as an argument to your function.

You can place the conditional at the end of the statement for simple filtering, but what if you want to change a member value instead of filtering it out? In this case, it’s useful to place the conditional near the beginning of the expression:

>>>
new_list = [expression (if conditional) for member in iterable]

With this formula, you can use conditional logic to select from multiple possible output options. For example, if you have a list of prices, then you may want to replace negative prices with 0 and leave the positive values unchanged:

>>>
>>> original_prices = [1.25, -9.45, 10.22, 3.78, -5.92, 1.16]
>>> prices = [i if i > 0 else 0 for i in original_prices]
>>> prices
[1.25, 0, 10.22, 3.78, 0, 1.16]

Here, your expression i contains a conditional statement, if i > 0 else 0. This tells Python to output the value of i if the number is positive, but to change i to 0 if the number is negative. If this seems overwhelming, then it may be helpful to view the conditional logic as its own function:

>>>
>>> def get_price(price):
...     return price if price > 0 else 0
>>> prices = [get_price(i) for i in original_prices]
>>> prices
[1.25, 0, 10.22, 3.78, 0, 1.16]

Now, your conditional statement is contained within get_price(), and you can use it as part of your list comprehension expression.

Using Set and Dictionary Comprehensions

While the list comprehension in Python is a common tool, you can also create set and dictionary comprehensions. A set comprehension is almost exactly the same as a list comprehension in Python. The difference is that set comprehensions make sure the output contains no duplicates. You can create a set comprehension by using curly braces instead of brackets:

>>>
>>> quote = "life, uh, finds a way"
>>> unique_vowels = {i for i in quote if i in 'aeiou'}
>>> unique_vowels
{'a', 'e', 'u', 'i'}

Your set comprehension outputs all the unique vowels it found in quote. Unlike lists, sets don’t guarantee that items will be saved in any particular order. This is why the first member of the set is a, even though the first vowel in quote is i.

Dictionary comprehensions are similar, with the additional requirement of defining a key:

>>>
>>> squares = {i: i * i for i in range(10)}
>>> squares
{0: 0, 1: 1, 2: 4, 3: 9, 4: 16, 5: 25, 6: 36, 7: 49, 8: 64, 9: 81}

To create the squares dictionary, you use curly braces ({}) as well as a key-value pair (i: i * i) in your expression.

Using the Walrus Operator

Python 3.8 will introduce the assignment expression, also known as the walrus operator. To understand how you can use it, consider the following example.

Say you need to make ten requests to an API that will return temperature data. You only want to return results that are greater than 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Assume that each request will return different data. In this case, there’s no way to use a list comprehension in Python to solve the problem. The formula expression for member in iterable (if conditional) provides no way for the conditional to assign data to a variable that the expression can access.

The walrus operator solves this problem. It allows you to run an expression while simultaneously assigning the output value to a variable. The following example shows how this is possible, using get_weather_data() to generate fake weather data:

>>>
>>> import random
>>> def get_weather_data():
...     return random.randrange(90, 110)
>>> hot_temps = [temp for _ in range(20) if (temp := get_weather_data()) >= 100]
>>> hot_temperatures
[107, 102, 109, 104, 107, 109, 108, 101, 104]

You won’t often need to use the assignment expression inside of a list comprehension in Python, but it’s a useful tool to have at your disposal when necessary.

When Not to Use a List Comprehension in Python

List comprehensions are useful and can help you write elegant code that’s easy to read and debug, but they’re not the right choice for all circumstances. They might make your code run more slowly or use more memory. If your code is less performant or harder to understand, then it’s probably better to choose an alternative.

Watch Out for Nested Comprehensions

Comprehensions can be nested to create combinations of lists, dictionaries, and sets within a collection. For example, say a climate laboratory is tracking the high temperature in five different cities for the first week of June. The perfect data structure for storing this data could be a Python list comprehension nested within a dictionary comprehension:

>>>
>>> cities = ['Austin', 'Tacoma', 'Topeka', 'Sacramento', 'Charlotte']
>>> temps = {city: [0 for _ in range(7)] for city in cities}
>>> temps
{
    'Austin': [0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0],
    'Tacoma': [0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0],
    'Topeka': [0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0],
    'Sacramento': [0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0],
    'Charlotte': [0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0]
}

You create the outer collection temps with a dictionary comprehension. The expression is a key-value pair, which contains yet another comprehension. This code will quickly generate a list of data for each city in cities.

Nested lists are a common way to create matrices, which are often used for mathematical purposes. Take a look at the code block below:

>>>
>>> matrix = [[i for i in range(5)] for _ in range(6)]
>>> matrix
[
    [0, 1, 2, 3, 4],
    [0, 1, 2, 3, 4],
    [0, 1, 2, 3, 4],
    [0, 1, 2, 3, 4],
    [0, 1, 2, 3, 4],
    [0, 1, 2, 3, 4]
]

The outer list comprehension [... for _ in range(6)] creates six rows, while the inner list comprehension [i for i in range(5)] fills each of these rows with values.

So far, the purpose of each nested comprehension is pretty intuitive. However, there are other situations, such as flattening nested lists, where the logic arguably makes your code more confusing. Take this example, which uses a nested list comprehension to flatten a matrix:

>>>
matrix = [
...     [0, 0, 0],
...     [1, 1, 1],
...     [2, 2, 2],
... ]
>>> flat = [num for row in matrix for num in row]
>>> flat
[0, 0, 0, 1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 2]

The code to flatten the matrix is concise, but it may not be so intuitive to understand how it works. On the other hand, if you were to use for loops to flatten the same matrix, then your code will be much more straightforward:

>>>
>>> matrix = [
...     [0, 0, 0],
...     [1, 1, 1],
...     [2, 2, 2],
... ]
>>> flat = []
>>> for row in matrix:
...     for num in row:
...         flat.append(num)
...
>>> flat
[0, 0, 0, 1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 2]

Now you can see that the code traverses one row of the matrix at a time, pulling out all the elements in that row before moving on to the next one.

While the single-line nested list comprehension might seem more Pythonic, what’s most important is to write code that your team can easily understand and modify. When you choose your approach, you’ll have to make a judgment call based on whether you think the comprehension helps or hurts readability.

Choose Generators for Large Datasets

A list comprehension in Python works by loading the entire output list into memory. For small or even medium-sized lists, this is generally fine. If you want to sum the squares of the first one-thousand integers, then a list comprehension will solve this problem admirably:

>>>
>>> sum([i * i for i in range(1000)])
332833500

But what if you wanted to sum the squares of the first billion integers? If you tried then on your machine, then you may notice that your computer becomes non-responsive. That’s because Python is trying to create a list with one billion integers, which consumes more memory than your computer would like. Your computer may not have the resources it needs to generate an enormous list and store it in memory. If you try to do it anyway, then your machine could slow down or even crash.

When the size of a list becomes problematic, it’s often helpful to use a generator instead of a list comprehension in Python. A generator doesn’t create a single, large data structure in memory, but instead returns an iterable. Your code can ask for the next value from the iterable as many times as necessary or until you’ve reached the end of your sequence, while only storing a single value at a time.

If you were to sum the first billion squares with a generator, then your program will likely run for a while, but it shouldn’t cause your computer to freeze. The example below uses a generator:

>>>
>>> sum(i * i for i in range(1000000000))
333333332833333333500000000

You can tell this is a generator because the expression isn’t surrounded by brackets or curly braces. Optionally, generators can be surrounded by parentheses.

The example above still requires a lot of work, but it performs the operations lazily. Because of lazy evaluation, values are only calculated when they’re explicitly requested. After the generator yields a value (for example, 567 * 567), it can add that value to the running sum, then discard that value and generate the next value (568 * 568). When the sum function requests the next value, the cycle starts over. This process keeps the memory footprint small.

map() also operates lazily, meaning memory won’t be an issue if you choose to use it in this case:

>>>
>>> sum(map(lambda i: i*i, range(1000000000)))
333333332833333333500000000

It’s up to you whether you prefer the generator expression or map().

Profile to Optimize Performance

So, which approach is faster? Should you use list comprehensions or one of their alternatives? Rather than adhere to a single rule that’s true in all cases, it’s more useful to ask yourself whether or not performance matters in your specific circumstance. If not, then it’s usually best to choose whatever approach leads to the cleanest code!

If you’re in a scenario where performance is important, then it’s typically best to profile different approaches and listen to the data. timeit is a useful library for timing how long it takes chunks of code to run. You can use timeit to compare the runtime of map(), for loops, and list comprehensions:

>>>
>>> import random
>>> import timeit
>>> TAX_RATE = .08
>>> txns = [random.randrange(100) for _ in range(100000)]
>>> def get_price(txn):
...     return txn * (1 + TAX_RATE)
...
>>> def get_prices_with_map():
...     return list(map(get_price, txns))
...
>>> def get_prices_with_comprehension():
...     return [get_price(txn) for txn in txns]
...
>>> def get_prices_with_loop():
...     prices = []
...     for txn in txns:
...         prices.append(get_price(txn))
...     return prices
...
>>> timeit.timeit(get_prices_with_map, number=100)
2.0554370979998566
>>> timeit.timeit(get_prices_with_comprehension, number=100)
2.3982384680002724
>>> timeit.timeit(get_prices_with_loop, number=100)
3.0531821520007725

Here, you define three methods that each use a different approach for creating a list. Then, you tell timeit to run each of those functions 100 times each. timeit returns the total time it took to run those 100 executions.

As the code demonstrates, the biggest difference is between the loop-based approach and map(), with the loop taking 50% longer to execute. Whether or not this matters depends on the needs of your application.

Conclusion

In this tutorial, you learned how to use a list comprehension in Python to accomplish complex tasks without making your code overly complicated.

Now you can:

  • Simplify loops and map() calls with declarative list comprehensions
  • Supercharge your comprehensions with conditional logic
  • Create set and dictionary comprehensions
  • Determine when code clarity or performance dictates an alternative approach

Whenever you have to choose a list creation method, try multiple implementations and consider what’s easiest to read and understand in your specific scenario. If performance is important, then you can use profiling tools to give you actionable data instead of relying on hunches or guesses about what works the best.

Remember that while Python list comprehensions get a lot of attention, your intuition and ability to use data when it counts will help you write clean code that serves the task at hand. This, ultimately, is the key to making your code Pythonic!


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Rene Dudfield: Draft 2 of, ^Let's write a unit test!^

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So, I started writing this for people who want to 'contribute' to Community projects, and also Free Libre or Open source projects. Maybe you'd like to get involved, but are unsure of where to begin? Follow along with this tutorial, and peek at the end in the "what is a git for?" section for explanations of what some of the words mean.
Draft 1, 2018/07/18 - initial draft.
Draft 2, 2019/11/04 - two full unit test examples, assertions, making a pull request, use python 3 unittest substring search, "good first issue" is a thing now. Started "What is a git for? Jargon" section.


What's first? A test is first.

A unit test is a piece of code which tests one thing works well in isolation from other parts of software. In this guide, I'm going to explain how to write one using the standard python unittest module, for the pygame game library. You can apply this advice to most python projects, or free/libre open source projects in general.

A minimal test.

What pygame.draw.ellipse should do: http://www.pygame.org/docs/ref/draw.html#pygame.draw.ellipse
Where to put the test: https://github.com/pygame/pygame/blob/master/test/draw_test.py

def test_ellipse(self):
import pygame.draw
surf = pygame.Surface((320, 200))
pygame.draw.ellipse(surf, (255, 0, 0), (10, 10, 25, 20))

All the test does is call the draw function on the surface with a color, and a rectangle. That's it. A minimal, useful test. If you have a github account, you can even edit the test file in the browser to submit your PR. If you have email, or internet access you can email me or someone else on the internet and ask them to do add it to pygame.

An easy test to write... but it provides really good value.
  • Shows an example of using the code.
  • Makes sure the function arguments are correct.
  • Makes sure the code runs on 20+ different platforms and python versions.
  • No "regressions" (Code that starts failing because of a change) can be introduced in the future. The code for draw ellipse with these arguments should not crash in the future.

But why write a unit test anyway?

Unit tests help pygame make sure things don't break on multiple platforms. When your code is running on dozens of CPUs and just as many operating systems things get a little tricky to test manually. So we write a unit test and let all the build robots do that work for us.

A great way to contribute to libre/free and open source projects is to contribute a test. Less bugs in the library means less bugs in your own code. Additionally, you get some public credit for your contribution.

The best part about it, is that it's a great way to learn python, and about the thing you are testing. Want to know how graphics algorithms should work, in lots of detail? Start writing tests for them.
The simplest test is to just call the function. Just calling it is a great first test. Easy, and useful.

At the time of writing there are 39 functions that aren't even called when running the pygame tests. Why not join me on this adventure?


Let's write a unit test!

In this guide I'm going to write a test for an pygame.draw.ellipse to make sure a thick circle has the correct colors in it, and not lots of black spots. There's a bunch of tips and tricks to help you along your way. Whilst you can just edit a test in your web browser, and submit a PR, it might be more comfortable to do it in your normal development environment.

Grab a fork, and let's dig in.

Set up git for github if you haven't already. Then you'll want to 'fork' pygame on https://github.com/pygame/pygame so you have your own local copy.
Note, we also accept patches by email, or on github issues. So you can skip all this github business if you want to. https://www.pygame.org/wiki/patchesandbugs
  • Fork the repository (see top right of the pygame repo page)
  • Make the change locally. Push to your copy of the fork.
  • Submit a pull request
So you've forked the repo, and now you can clone your own copy of the git repo locally.

$ git clone https://github.com/YOUR-USERNAME/pygame
$ cd pygame/
$ python test/draw_test.py
...
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Ran 3 tests in 0.007s

OK

You'll see all of the tests in the test/ folder.

Browse the test folder online: https://github.com/pygame/pygame/tree/master/test


If you have an older version of pygame, you can use this little program to see the issue.


There is some more extensive documentation in the test/README file. Including on how to write a test that requires manual interaction.


Standard unittest module.

pygame uses the standard python unittest module. With a few enhancements to make it nicer for developing C code.
Fun fact: pygame included the unit testing module before python did.
We will go over the basics in this guide, but for more detailed information please see:
https://docs.python.org/3/library/unittest.html



How to run a single test?

Running all the tests at once can take a while. What if you just want to run a single test?

If we look inside draw_test.py, each test is a class name, and a function. There is a "DrawModuleTest" class, and there should be a "def test_ellipse" function.

So, let's run the test...

~/pygame/ $ python test/draw_test.py DrawModuleTest.test_ellipse
Traceback (most recent call last):
...
AttributeError: type object 'DrawModuleTest' has no attribute 'test_ellipse'


Starting with failure. Our test isn't there yet.

Good. This fails. It's because we don't have a test called "def test_ellipse" in there yet. What there is, is a method called 'todo_test_ellipse'. This is an extension pygame testing framework has so we can easily see which functionality we still need to write tests for.

~/pygame/ $ python -m pygame.tests --incomplete
...
FAILED (errors=39)

Looks like there are currently 39 functions or methods without a test. Easy pickings.

Python 3 to the rescue.

Tip: Python 3.7 makes it easier to run tests with the magic "-k" argument. With this you can run tests that match a substring. So to run all the tests with "ellipse" in their name you can do this:

~pygame/ $ python3 test/draw_test.py -k ellipse



Digression: Good first issue, low hanging fruit, and help wanted. 

Something that's easy to do.

A little digression for a moment... what is a good first issue?

Low hanging fruit is easy to get off the tree. You don't need a ladder, or robot arms with a claw on the end. So I guess that's what people are talking about in the programming world when they say "low hanging fruit".

pygame low hanging fruit


Many projects keep a list of "good first issue", "low hanging fruit", or "help wanted" labeled issues. Like the pygame "good first issue" list. Ones other people don't think will be all that super hard to do. If you can't find any on there labeled like this, then ask them. Perhaps they'll know of something easy to do, but haven't had the time to mark one yet.

One little trick is that writing a simple test is quite easy for most projects. So if they don't have any marked "low hanging fruit", or "good first issue" go take a look in their test folder and see if you can add something in there.

Don't be afraid to ask questions. If you look at an issue, and you can't figure it out, or get stuck on something, ask a nice question in there for help.

Digression: Contribution guide.

There's usually also a contribution guide.  Like the pygame Contribute wiki page. Or it may be called developer docs, or there may be a CONTRIBUTING.md file in the source code repository. Often there is a separate place the developers talk on. For pygame it is the pygame mailing list, but there is also a chat server which is a bit more informal.

A full example of a test.

The unittest module arranges tests inside functions that start with "test_" that live in a class.

Here is a full example:

import unittest


class TestEllipse(unittest.TestCase):

def test_ellipse(self):
import pygame.draw
surf = pygame.Surface((320, 200))
pygame.draw.ellipse(surf, (255, 0, 0), (10, 10, 25, 20))


if __name__ == '__main__':
unittest.main()

You can save that in a file yourself(test_draw1.py for example) and run it to see if it passes.

Committing your test, and making a Pull Request.

Here you need to make sure you have "git" setup. Also you should have "forked" the repo you want to make changes on, and done a 'git clone' of it.

# create a "branch"
git checkout -b my-draw-test-branch

# save your changes locally.
git commit test/draw_test.py -m "test for the draw.ellipse function"

# push your changes
git push origin my-draw-test-branch


Here we see a screenshot of a terminal running these commands.

Here we see the commands to commit something and push it up to a repo.
When you push your changes, it will print out some progress, and then give you a URL at which you can create a "pull request".

When you git push it prints out these instructions:
remote: Create a pull request for 'my-draw-test-branch' on GitHub by visiting:
remote: https://github.com/YOURUSERNAME/pygame/pull/new/my-draw-test-branch


You can also go to your online fork to create a pull request there.

Writing your pull request text.

When you create a pull request, you are saying "hey, I made these changes. Do you want them? What do you think? Do you want me to change anything? Is this ok?"

It's usually good to link your pull request to an "issue". Maybe you're starting to fix an existing problem with the code.


Different "checks" are run by robots to try and catch problems before the code is merged in.



Testing the result with assertEquals.


How about it we want to test if the draw function actually draws something?
Put this code into test_draw2.py


import unittest


class TestEllipse(unittest.TestCase):

def test_ellipse(self):
import pygame.draw
black = pygame.Color('black')
red = pygame.Color('red')

surf = pygame.Surface((320, 200))
surf.fill(black)

# The area the ellipse is contained in, is held by rect.
#
# 10 pixels from the left,
# 11 pixels from the top.
# 225 pixels wide.
# 95 pixels high.
rect = (10, 11, 225, 95)
pygame.draw.ellipse(surf, red, rect)

# To see what is drawn you can save the image.
# pygame.image.save(surf, "test_draw2_image.png")

# The ellipse should not draw over the black in the top left spot.
self.assertEqual(surf.get_at((0, 0)), black)

# It should be red in the middle of the ellipse.
middle_of_ellipse = (125, 55)
self.assertEqual(surf.get_at(middle_of_ellipse), red)


if __name__ == '__main__':
unittest.main()


Red ellipse drawn at (10, 11, 225, 95)



What is a git for? Jargon.

jargon - internet slang used by programmers. Rather than use a paragraph to explain something, people made up all sorts of strange words and phrases.
git - for sharing versions of source code. It lets people work together, and provides tools for people to.
pull request (PR) - "Dear everyone, I request that you git pull my commits.". A pull request is a conversation starter. "Hey, I made a PR. Can you have a look?". When you "git push" your commits (upload your changes).
unit test - does this thing(unit) even work(test)?!!? A program to test if another program works (how you think it should). Rather than test manually over and over again, a unit test can be written and then automatically test your code. A unit test is a nice example of how to use what you've made too. So when you do a pull request the people looking at it know what the code is supposed to do, and that the machine has already checked the code works for them.
assert - "assert 1 == 1". An assert is saying something is true. "I assert that one equals one!". You can also assert variables.


This is a draft remember? So what is there left to finish in this doc?


Any feedback? Leave an internet comment. Or send me an electronic mail to: rene@pygame.org







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This article will be part of a book called "pygame 4000". A book dedicated to the joy of making software for making. Teaching collaboration, low level programming in C, high level programming in Python, GPU graphics programming with a shader language, design, music, tools, quality, and shipping.

It's a bit of a weird book. There's a little bit of swearing in it (consider yourself fucking warned), and all profits go towards pygame development (the library, the community, and the website).

          

PyCoder’s Weekly: Issue #393 (Nov. 5, 2019)

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Tryton News: Tryton Release 5.4

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We are proud to announce the 5.4 release of Tryton.
In addition to my bug fixes and performance improvements, this release improves in many place the user experience. It also extends a lot the existing workflow to support more use cases. We see 8 new modules landing as official.

You can have a try on the demo server, use the docker image or download it here.
As usual the migration from previous series is fully supported. Some manual operation may be required, see Migration from 5.2 to 5.4.

Here is the list of the most noticeable changes:
(For a more complete list, see the change log of each package)

Contents

Changes For The User

We can show a visual context on the rows or cells. Those visual context can be muted , success , warning or danger. Many modules have been updated to use them like the payable and receivable today on the party or when an invoice is due etc.

In the search bar of the clients, we enabled the direct search on fields of relational field types, like One2Many, Many2Many and Many2One. This is done by appending a dot to the relational field name and then the name of the field in the relation model. E.g. On products filter you can use the search clause Variants.Code: PROD, to find all products, which variants have a code named PROD.
The search entry provides completion for such related fields.
By default only one level of completion is activated but customization can activate more. This feature also works on the keys of dictionary fields like the product attributes.

Now the clients display a more user-friendly error messages for domain validation error. The clients display the exact failing constraint using the same format of the search bar.

All the list views have been reviewed. The most important fields are now expanded to take advantage of available space. For main editable view, the creation of new record is done on top instead of bottom to avoid to load all the records.

For now, an CSV export created by a user will be only available for him by default. The administrator can make an export available to a group of users.

Desktop Client

Now, when drag&drop is available on a view, we show a draggable icon to notify the user but also to provide a handle to drag which is easier when the list is editable.

Draggable handler on tryton

Web Client

The web client now supports drag and drop to order list and tree rows like in the desktop client. There is one small difference to insert a row inside a non-expanded row: The user must drop it below the row while pressing the CTRL key. Otherwise the row is dropped next to the row.

The column size of the web client has been improved. Now columns have a minimal width (depending of the type) and a double scrollbar (top and bottom) is displayed if there is not enough space to show all the columns on the view-port.

Accounting

The constraint that prevented to use twice the same invoice sequence per fiscal year, has been relaxed. Now Tryton checks only that the sequence was not used to number an invoice with a later date.

Since 14 September 2019, Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) has been introduced by EU regulators to reduce online fraud and make the internet a safer place to transact. For that Stripe has introduced the Setup Intent and Payment Intent mechanism for credit card payment. Tryton now supports them in addition to the former mechanism (for SEPA, SOFORT etc.).

Some financial institute have precise requirement about which initiator identifier to use the SEPA message. For that we added a configuration options on the payment journal. The available options for now are: “SEPA Creditor Identifier”, “Belgian Enterprise Number”, “Spanish VAT Number”.

Until now, it was possible to cancel a posted supplier invoice but not one from a customer. This was because in many countries it is not allowed. But in order to be more flexible, we added an option on the company to allow cancel of customer invoice.

When creating manually an accounting move, we set the date to today by default if the current period is selected. Otherwise it is still the start date of the period.

The wizard that renew automatically the fiscal year, now update the sequence name if it contains the year.

When migrating to Tryton, the accountant needs to fill depreciation of existing asset which has already been deprecated. To ease the encoding and ensure a correct computation, we added a field to store the already depreciated amount for the asset. This amount will be deducted from the asset value before continuing the depreciation computation.

To ensure that any tax line will be reported in tax statement, the tax is always required on the tax line.

It is now possible to define default values for the customer and supplier tax rules. This can be useful to apply a local tax rule based on subdivision by default.

In addition to the country, the tax rules can now be written using the subdivisions of origin and/or destination. A child subdivision will match the rule based on an upper level subdivision. This is useful for countries that have different tax rates for some subdivisions.

The income statement is included in the balance sheet for the Spanish accounting (as it is done for other countries). So the running income of the current year is already included before the year closing.

Bank

The BIC of banks are now validated and formatted. This avoid encoding error and ease the research.

Party

Until now, the subdivision on an address was limited to the top-level subdivision of the country. It is now possible to define which types of subdivision are allowed to be used. Tryton comes with some configurations following the country rules for postal address format.

Product

Now it is possible to configure a sequence for the product code that will be used to be filled at creation time. This may be used to ensure to have a unique code per product, even when it is duplicated.

Like for parties, we added on product a list of identifiers. By default, Tryton supports and validates these numbers: EAN, ISAN, ISBN, ISIL, ISIN and ISMN. Non-standard identifiers are supported also. These identifiers are used for matching when searching products by name.

The product cost price can be used in the price list. It uses the cost price of the company set in the context. This allows to build price lists by defining a margin to apply on the cost.

You can now define which unit of measure is the basis for quantities used in a price list. In standard modules we support the default unit (the original one) and the sale unit.

Purchase

It is now possible to configure the customer code of the current company on the supplier party. The code will be displayed on the request for quotation .

The same processing delay for purchases is added to the requisitions. This allows to reset an approved requisition to draft if it was not yet automatically processed.

Sale

We added the same processing delay for sales to the sale complaints. So you can reset to draft a complaint after being approved or rejected if it was not yet automatically processed.

We added an option to deactivate a subscription service. This prevents to use these service for new subscriptions.

We allow now to finish a subscription line before the next consumption. This gives more flexibility about ending subscription.

Stock

Now users are able to set a default warehouse in the preferences.
This is useful for companies with multiple warehouses. It saves time for the users as they could have the warehouse filled-in for which they work.

You can use consumable products in an inventory if needed. There are still no requirements and the inventory is not automatically filled with products of this type.

When you are looking at the evolution of the stock quantity for a product, you can open the date to see the moves involved for the changes.

When opening the graph of product quantities by warehouse, if there was no move for the current date, the user can not see the current quantity. Now we add always an entry for the current date.

We force now to always have a minimal quantity for the order point. This avoid confusion for the case where it was not set. Now if you do not want to trigger the purchase or production for any quantity, the user must set an explicit negative quantity.

Timesheet

When using the “Enter Timesheet” wizard, now we display the date in the window name (next to the employee name). The shown date is the one selected in the first step of the wizard.

New Modules

Secondary Unit

These modules allow to define a different secondary unit and factor on the product for sale and for purchase.
The quantity of sale and purchase lines can be defined using the secondary unit fields (quantity and unit price), the main unit fields are automatically updated using the product factor.
On related documents like the invoice or shipment, the secondary fields are displayed using the factor stored on the sale or purchase.

Amendment

The amendment modules allow you to change sales and purchases that are being processed and keeping track of those changes. When an amendment is validated the document is updated and given a new revision. If needed, the invoices or shipments are also updated or recreated to match the new order.

Purchase and Sale History

These modules activate the history on sales and purchases but also add a revision number which is incremented each time the document is reset to draft. The revision number is appended to the document number to ensure parties are communicating about the same version.

New Languages

  • Indonesian

Changes For The Developer

It is now possible to use SQL expressions as value with the create/write methods. The main purpose is to be able to use the time functions of the database server which are linked to the transaction instead of the one provided by the Tryton server.

The expand attribute has been changed from a Boolean (1 or 0) into an integer. The integer represents the proportion of available space which is taken among all expanded columns.

The format_date method on Report can now take an optional format parameter if you don’t want to use the default format of the language.
The Report receives also a new method format_timedelta. It uses the same representation as the clients to format duration field values.

There is now an environment variable to set the default logging level when running trytond as a WSGI application.

Now we have a lazy_gettext method which allows to defer the translation by using a LazyString . It can be used as label or help text of Fields . This is useful for base Model classes and Mixins to limit the duplication of the translation of the same string for each derived class.

Now we prevent to set a value for an unknown field in proteus scripts and in Tryton modules model definitions. For that we add __slots__ automatically on each model. A positive side effect is that it reduces also the memory consumption of each instance.

The PYSON Eval now supports the dotted notation. This feature is a common expectation from beginners. So we decided it is good to support it.

We have already a multiselection widget to use with a Many2Many field. But now we have also a MultiSelection field which stores a list of value as a JSON list in the database. This is useful when the selection has a few options. For now, the widget is also available on list views (but not editable). And the field is usable in the search bar of the client.

You can now define a different start date when using PYSON Date or DateTime with delta.

Now we give the possibility to define a different order (alphabetic) to the keys of a Dict field.

Even if cron jobs are relaunch, it is better to retry directly them few times when a DatabaseOperationalError is raised. This also avoid unnecessary errors in the logs.

Missing a depends on a method is a common mistake. We have improved the generic test to catch more cases like missing or empty parent or unknown field. All the modules have been checked and corrected against this new tests.

Accounting

The generic checkout page for Stripe has been updated to use Stripe.js and support setup and payment intent.
Until now, it was required to setup a webhook from Stripe to Tryton in order to receive the events to update asynchronously the workflow of the payments. Now if you do not setup such webhook, a cron task will fetch periodically the new events and process them. This is useful for testing or when Tryton can not be reached from outside.

We require now to have a fresh session to post a statement. If it is not the case, the client will request to re-enter the user password (or any other authentication method configured).

Country/Currency

The countries, subdivisions and currencies are no more loaded from XML at the module installation but using proteus scripts which use pycountry data: trytond_import_countries and trytond_import_currencies . The translations are also loaded by those scripts.
This reduces the maintenance load of each release and allows users to keep their database up to date without relying on Tryton releases.

Party

As the countries are no more managed as XML data in Tryton (but by import script). The address format are now using country and language code instead of Many2One. So a format can be created even if the country or the language do not yet exist.

Stock

As we now keep a link between the inventory moves and the outgoing moves, we simplified the synchronization algorithm to use this link. Another advantage is that if the product is changed on the inventory move, the outgoing move is also updated instead of creating a new move.

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Real Python: Build a Mobile Application With the Kivy Python Framework

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These days, developers are highly likely to be working on a mobile or web application. Python doesn’t have built-in mobile development capabilities, but there are packages you can use to create mobile applications, like Kivy, PyQt, or even Beeware’s Toga library.

These libraries are all major players in the Python mobile space. However, there are some benefits you’ll see if you choose to create mobile applications with Kivy. Not only will your application look the same on all platforms, but you also won’t need to compile your code after every change. What’s more, you’ll be able to use Python’s clear syntax to build your applications.

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to:

  • Work with Kivy widgets
  • Lay out the UI
  • Add events
  • Use the KV language
  • Create a calculator application
  • Package your application for iOS, Android, Windows, and macOS

This tutorial assumes you’re familiar with object-oriented programming. If you’re not, then check out Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) in Python 3.

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Understanding the Kivy Framework

Kivy was first released in early 2011. This cross-platform Python framework can be deployed to Windows, Mac, Linux, and Raspberry Pi. It supports multitouch events in addition to regular keyboard and mouse inputs. Kivy even supports GPU acceleration of its graphics, since they’re built using OpenGL ES2. The project uses the MIT license, so you can use this library for free and commercial software.

When you create an application with Kivy, you’re creating a Natural User Interface or NUI. The idea behind a Natural User Interface is that the user can easily learn how to use your software with little to no instruction.

Kivy does not attempt to use native controls or widgets. All of its widgets are custom-drawn. This means that Kivy applications will look the same across all platforms. However, it also means that your app’s look and feel will differ from your user’s native applications. This could be a benefit or a drawback, depending on your audience.

Installing Kivy

Kivy has many dependencies, so it’s recommended that you install it into a Python virtual environment. You can use either Python’s built-in venv library or the virtualenv package. If you’ve never used a Python virtual environment before, then check out Python Virtual Environments: A Primer.

Here’s how you can create a Python virtual environment:

$ python3 -m venv my_kivy_project

This will copy your Python 3 executable into a folder called my_kivy_project and add a few other subfolders to that directory.

To use your virtual environment, you need to activate it. On Mac and Linux, you can do that by executing the following while inside the my_kivy_project folder:

$ source bin/activate

The command for Windows is similar, but the location of the activate script is inside of the Scripts folder instead of bin.

Now that you have an activated Python virtual environment, you can run pip to install Kivy. On Linux and Mac, you’ll run the following command:

$ python -m pip install kivy

On Windows, installation is a bit more complex. Check out the official documentation for how to install Kivy on Windows. (Mac users can also download a dmg file and install Kivy that way.)

If you run into any issues installing Kivy on your platform, then see the Kivy download page for additional instructions.

Working With Kivy Widgets

A widget is an onscreen control that the user will interact with. All graphical user interface toolkits come with a set of widgets. Some common widgets that you may have used include buttons, combo boxes, and tabs. Kivy has many widgets built into its framework.

Running a “Hello, Kivy!” Program

To see how Kivy works, take a look at the following “Hello, World!” application:

from kivy.app import App
from kivy.uix.label import Label

class MainApp(App):
    def build(self):
        label = Label(text='Hello from Kivy',
                      size_hint=(.5, .5),
                      pos_hint={'center_x': .5, 'center_y': .5})

        return label

if __name__ == '__main__':
    app = MainApp()
    app.run()

Every Kivy application needs to subclass App and override build(). This is where you’ll put your UI code or make calls to other functions that define your UI code. In this case, you create a Label widget and pass in its text, size_hint, and pos_hint. These last two arguments are not required.

size_hint tells Kivy the proportions to use when creating the widget. It takes two numbers:

  1. The first number is the x size hint and refers to the width of the control.
  2. The second number is the y size hint and refers to the height of the control.

Both of these numbers can be anywhere between 0 and 1. The default value for both hints is 1. You can also use pos_hint to position the widget. In the code block above, you tell Kivy to center the widget on the x and y axes.

To make the application run, you instantiate your MainApp class and then call run(). When you do so, you should see the following on your screen:

Hello World in Kivy

Kivy also outputs a lot of text to stdout:

[INFO   ] [Logger      ] Record log in /home/mdriscoll/.kivy/logs/kivy_19-06-07_2.txt
[INFO   ] [Kivy        ] v1.11.0
[INFO   ] [Kivy        ] Installed at "/home/mdriscoll/code/test/lib/python3.6/site-packages/kivy/__init__.py"
[INFO   ] [Python      ] v3.6.7 (default, Oct 22 2018, 11:32:17)
[GCC 8.2.0]
[INFO   ] [Python      ] Interpreter at "/home/mdriscoll/code/test/bin/python"
[INFO   ] [Factory     ] 184 symbols loaded
[INFO   ] [Image       ] Providers: img_tex, img_dds, img_sdl2, img_gif (img_pil, img_ffpyplayer ignored)
[INFO   ] [Text        ] Provider: sdl2(['text_pango'] ignored)
[INFO   ] [Window      ] Provider: sdl2(['window_egl_rpi'] ignored)
[INFO   ] [GL          ] Using the "OpenGL" graphics system
[INFO   ] [GL          ] Backend used <sdl2>
[INFO   ] [GL          ] OpenGL version <b'4.6.0 NVIDIA 390.116'>
[INFO   ] [GL          ] OpenGL vendor <b'NVIDIA Corporation'>
[INFO   ] [GL          ] OpenGL renderer <b'NVS 310/PCIe/SSE2'>
[INFO   ] [GL          ] OpenGL parsed version: 4, 6
[INFO   ] [GL          ] Shading version <b'4.60 NVIDIA'>
[INFO   ] [GL          ] Texture max size <16384>
[INFO   ] [GL          ] Texture max units <32>
[INFO   ] [Window      ] auto add sdl2 input provider
[INFO   ] [Window      ] virtual keyboard not allowed, single mode, not docked
[INFO   ] [Base        ] Start application main loop
[INFO   ] [GL          ] NPOT texture support is available

This is useful for debugging your application.

Next, you’ll try adding an Image widget and see how that differs from a Label.

Displaying an Image

Kivy has a couple of different image-related widgets to choose from. You can use Image to load local images from your hard drive or AsyncImage to load an image from a URL. For this example, you’ll stick with the standard Image class:

from kivy.app import App
from kivy.uix.image import Image

class MainApp(App):
    def build(self):
        img = Image(source='/path/to/real_python.png',
                    size_hint=(1, .5),
                    pos_hint={'center_x':.5, 'center_y':.5})

        return img

if __name__ == '__main__':
    app = MainApp()
    app.run()

In this code, you import Image from the kivy.uix.image sub-package. The Image class takes a lot of different parameters, but the one that you want to use is source. This tells Kivy which image to load. Here, you pass a fully-qualified path to the image. The rest of the code is the same as what you saw in the previous example.

When you run this code, you’ll see something like the following:

Showing an image with Kivy

The text from the previous example has been replaced with an image.

Now you’ll learn how to add and arrange multiple widgets in your application.

Laying Out the UI

Each GUI framework that you use has its own method of arranging widgets. For example, in wxPython you’ll use sizers, while in Tkinter you use a layout or geometry manager. With Kivy, you’ll use Layouts. There are several different types of Layouts that you can use. Here are some of the most common ones:

  • BoxLayout
  • FloatLayout
  • GridLayout

You can search Kivy’s documentation for a full list of available Layouts. You can also look in kivy.uix for the actual source code.

Try out the BoxLayout with this code:

import kivy
import random

from kivy.app import App
from kivy.uix.button import Button
from kivy.uix.boxlayout import BoxLayout

red = [1,0,0,1]
green = [0,1,0,1]
blue =  [0,0,1,1]
purple = [1,0,1,1]

class HBoxLayoutExample(App):
    def build(self):
        layout = BoxLayout(padding=10)
        colors = [red, green, blue, purple]

        for i in range(5):
            btn = Button(text="Button #%s" % (i+1),
                         background_color=random.choice(colors)
                         )

            layout.add_widget(btn)
        return layout

if __name__ == "__main__":
    app = HBoxLayoutExample()
    app.run()

Here, you import BoxLayout from kivy.uix.boxlayout and instantiate it. Then you create a list of colors, which are themselves lists of Red-Blue-Green (RGB) colors. Finally, you loop over a range of 5, creating a button btn for each iteration. To make things a bit more fun, you set the background_color of the button to a random color. You then add the button to your layout with layout.add_widget(btn).

When you run this code, you’ll see something like this:

Using a Horizontal BoxLayout in Kivy

There are 5 randomly-colored buttons, one for each iteration of your for loop.

When you create a layout, there are a few arguments you should know:

  • padding: You can specify the padding in pixels between the layout and its children in one of three ways:
    1. A four-argument list: [padding_left, padding_top, padding_right, padding_bottom]
    2. A two-argument list: [padding_horizontal, padding_vertical]
    3. A singular argument: padding=10
  • spacing: You can add space between the children widgets with this argument.
  • orientation: You can change the default orientation of the BoxLayout from horizontal to vertical.

Adding Events

Like most GUI toolkits, Kivy is mostly event-based. The framework responds to user keypresses, mouse events, and touch events. Kivy has the concept of a Clock that you can use to schedule function calls for some time in the future.

Kivy also has the concept of Properties, which works with the EventDispatcher. Properties help you do validation checking. They also let you fire events whenever a widget changes its size or position.

Let’s add a button event to your button code from earlier:

from kivy.app import App
from kivy.uix.button import Button

class MainApp(App):
    def build(self):
        button = Button(text='Hello from Kivy',
                        size_hint=(.5, .5),
                        pos_hint={'center_x': .5, 'center_y': .5})
        button.bind(on_press=self.on_press_button)

        return button

    def on_press_button(self, instance):
        print('You pressed the button!')

if __name__ == '__main__':
    app = MainApp()
    app.run()

In this code, you call button.bind() and link the on_press event to MainApp.on_press_button(). This method implicitly takes in the widget instance, which is the button object itself. Finally, a message will print to stdout whenever the user presses your button.

Using the KV Language

Kivy also provides a design language called KV that you can use with your Kivy applications. The KV language lets you separate your interface design from the application’s logic. This follows the separation of concerns principle and is part of the Model-View-Controller architectural pattern. You can update the previous example to use the KV language:

from kivy.app import App
from kivy.uix.button import Button

class ButtonApp(App):
    def build(self):
        return Button()

    def on_press_button(self):
        print('You pressed the button!')

if __name__ == '__main__':
    app = ButtonApp()
    app.run()

This code might look a bit odd at first glance, as it creates a Button without setting any of its attributes or binding it to any events. What’s happening here is that Kivy will automatically look for a file that has the same name as the class in lowercase, without the App part of the class name.

In this case, the class name is ButtonApp, so Kivy will look for a file named button.kv. If that file exists and is properly formatted, then Kivy will use it to load up the UI. Go ahead and create this file and add the following code:

 1 <Button>:
 2     text: 'Press me'
 3     size_hint: (.5, .5)
 4     pos_hint: {'center_x': .5, 'center_y': .5}
 5     on_press: app.on_press_button()

Here’s what each line does:

  • Line 1 matches the Button call in your Python code. It tells Kivy to look into the instantiated object for a button definition.
  • Line 2 sets the button’s text.
  • Line 3 sets the width and height with size_hint.
  • Line 4 sets the button’s position with pos_hint.
  • Line 5 sets the on_press event handler. To tell Kivy where the event handler is, you use app.on_press_button(). Here, Kivy knows will look in the Application class for a method called .on_press_button().

You can set up all of your widgets and layouts inside one or more KV language files. The KV language also supports importing Python modules in KV, creating dynamic classes, and much more. For full details, check out Kivy’s guide to the KV Language.

Now you’re ready to create a real application!

Creating a Kivy Application

One of the best ways to learn a new skill is by creating something useful. With that in mind, you’ll use Kivy to build a calculator that supports the following operations:

  • Addition
  • Subtraction
  • Multiplication
  • Division

For this application, you’ll need a series of buttons in some kind of layout. You’ll also need a box along the top of your app to display the equations and their results. Here’s a sketch of your calculator:

Kivy Calculator Mockup

Now that you have a goal for the UI, you can go ahead and write the code:

 1 from kivy.app import App
 2 from kivy.uix.boxlayout import BoxLayout
 3 from kivy.uix.button import Button
 4 from kivy.uix.textinput import TextInput
 5 
 6 class MainApp(App):
 7     def build(self):
 8         self.operators = ["/", "*", "+", "-"]
 9         self.last_was_operator = None
10         self.last_button = None
11         main_layout = BoxLayout(orientation="vertical")
12         self.solution = TextInput(
13             multiline=False, readonly=True, halign="right", font_size=55
14         )
15         main_layout.add_widget(self.solution)
16         buttons = [
17             ["7", "8", "9", "/"],
18             ["4", "5", "6", "*"],
19             ["1", "2", "3", "-"],
20             [".", "0", "C", "+"],
21         ]
22         for row in buttons:
23             h_layout = BoxLayout()
24             for label in row:
25                 button = Button(
26                     text=label,
27                     pos_hint={"center_x": 0.5, "center_y": 0.5},
28                 )
29                 button.bind(on_press=self.on_button_press)
30                 h_layout.add_widget(button)
31             main_layout.add_widget(h_layout)
32 
33         equals_button = Button(
34             text="=", pos_hint={"center_x": 0.5, "center_y": 0.5}
35         )
36         equals_button.bind(on_press=self.on_solution)
37         main_layout.add_widget(equals_button)
38 
39         return main_layout

Here’s how your calculator code works:

  • In lines 8 to 10, you create a list of operators and a couple of handy values, last_was_operator and last_button, that you’ll use later on.
  • In lines 11 to 15, you create a top-level layout main_layout and add a read-only TextInput widget to it.
  • In lines 16 to 21, you create a nested list of lists containing most of your buttons for the calculator.
  • In line 22, you start a for loop over those buttons. For each nested list you’ll do the following:
    • In line 23, you create a BoxLayout with a horizontal orientation.
    • In line 24, you start another for loop over the items in the nested list.
    • In lines 25 to 39, you create the buttons for the row, bind them to an event handler, and add the buttons to the horizontal BoxLayout from line 23.
    • In line 31, you add this layout to main_layout.
  • In lines 33 to 37, you create the equals button (=), bind it to an event handler, and add it to main_layout.

The next step is to create the .on_button_press() event handler. Here’s what that code looks like:

41 def on_button_press(self, instance):
42     current = self.solution.text
43     button_text = instance.text
44 
45     if button_text == "C":
46         # Clear the solution widget
47         self.solution.text = ""
48     else:
49         if current and (
50             self.last_was_operator and button_text in self.operators):
51             # Don't add two operators right after each other
52             return
53         elif current == "" and button_text in self.operators:
54             # First character cannot be an operator
55             return
56         else:
57             new_text = current + button_text
58             self.solution.text = new_text
59     self.last_button = button_text
60     self.last_was_operator = self.last_button in self.operators

Most of the widgets in your application will call .on_button_press(). Here’s how it works:

  • Line 41 takes the instance argument so you can access which widget called the function.

  • Lines 42 and 43 extract and store the value of the solution and the button text.

  • Lines 45 to 47 check to see which button was pressed. If the user pressed C, then you’ll clear the solution. Otherwise, move on to the else statement.

  • Line 49 checks if the solution has any pre-existing value.

  • Line 50 to 52 check if the last button pressed was an operator button. If it was, then solution won’t be updated. This is to prevent the user from having two operators in a row. For example, 1 */ is not a valid statement.

  • Lines 53 to 55 check to see if the first character is an operator. If it is, then solution won’t be updated, since the first value can’t be an operator value.

  • Lines 56 to 58 drop to the else clause. If none of the previous conditions are met, then update solution.

  • Line 59 sets last_button to the label of the last button pressed.

  • Line 60 sets last_was_operator to True or False depending on whether or not it was an operator character.

The last bit of code to write is .on_solution():

62 def on_solution(self, instance):
63     text = self.solution.text
64     if text:
65         solution = str(eval(self.solution.text))
66         self.solution.text = solution

Once again, you grab the current text from solution and use Python’s built-in eval() to execute it. If the user created a formula like 1+2, then eval() will run your code and return the result. Finally, you set the result as the new value for the solution widget.

Note: eval() is somewhat dangerous because it can run arbitrary code. Most developers avoid using it because of that fact. However, since you’re only allowing integers, operators, and the period as input to eval(), it’s safe to use in this context.

When you run this code, your application will look like this on a desktop computer:

Kivy Calculator

To see the full code for this example, expand the code block below.

Here’s the full code for the calculator:

from kivy.app import App
from kivy.uix.boxlayout import BoxLayout
from kivy.uix.button import Button
from kivy.uix.textinput import TextInput

class MainApp(App):
    def build(self):
        self.operators = ["/", "*", "+", "-"]
        self.last_was_operator = None
        self.last_button = None
        main_layout = BoxLayout(orientation="vertical")
        self.solution = TextInput(
            multiline=False, readonly=True, halign="right", font_size=55
        )
        main_layout.add_widget(self.solution)
        buttons = [
            ["7", "8", "9", "/"],
            ["4", "5", "6", "*"],
            ["1", "2", "3", "-"],
            [".", "0", "C", "+"],
        ]
        for row in buttons:
            h_layout = BoxLayout()
            for label in row:
                button = Button(
                    text=label,
                    pos_hint={"center_x": 0.5, "center_y": 0.5},
                )
                button.bind(on_press=self.on_button_press)
                h_layout.add_widget(button)
            main_layout.add_widget(h_layout)

        equals_button = Button(
            text="=", pos_hint={"center_x": 0.5, "center_y": 0.5}
        )
        equals_button.bind(on_press=self.on_solution)
        main_layout.add_widget(equals_button)

        return main_layout

    def on_button_press(self, instance):
        current = self.solution.text
        button_text = instance.text

        if button_text == "C":
            # Clear the solution widget
            self.solution.text = ""
        else:
            if current and (
                self.last_was_operator and button_text in self.operators):
                # Don't add two operators right after each other
                return
            elif current == "" and button_text in self.operators:
                # First character cannot be an operator
                return
            else:
                new_text = current + button_text
                self.solution.text = new_text
        self.last_button = button_text
        self.last_was_operator = self.last_button in self.operators

    def on_solution(self, instance):
        text = self.solution.text
        if text:
            solution = str(eval(self.solution.text))
            self.solution.text = solution


if __name__ == "__main__":
    app = MainApp()
    app.run()

It’s time to deploy your application!

Packaging Your App for Android

Now that you’ve finished the code for your application, you can share it with others. One great way to do that is to turn your code into an application that can run on your Android phone. To accomplish this, first you’ll need to install a package called buildozer with pip:

$ pip install buildozer

Then, create a new folder and navigate to it in your terminal. Once you’re there, you’ll need to run the following command:

$ buildozer init

This will create a buildozer.spec file that you’ll use to configure your build. For this example, you can edit the first few lines of the spec file as follows:

[app]

# (str) Title of your application
title = KvCalc

# (str) Package name
package.name = kvcalc

# (str) Package domain (needed for android/ios packaging)
package.domain = org.kvcalc

Feel free to browse the rest of the file to see what else you can change.

At this point, you’re almost ready to build your application, but first, you’ll want to install the dependencies for buildozer. Once those are installed, copy your calculator application into your new folder and rename it to main.py. This is required by buildozer. If you don’t have the file named correctly, then the build will fail.

Now you can run the following command:

$ buildozer -v android debug

The build step takes a long time! On my machine, it took 15 to 20 minutes. Depending on your hardware, it may take even longer, so feel free to grab a cup of coffee or go for a run while you wait. Buildozer will download whatever Android SDK pieces it needs during the build process. If everything goes according to plan, then you’ll have a file named something like kvcalc-0.1-debug.apk in your bin folder.

The next step is to connect your Android phone to your computer and copy the apk file to it. Then you can open the file browser on your phone and click on the apk file. Android should ask you if you’d like to install the application. You may see a warning since the app was downloaded from outside Google Play, but you should still be able to install it.

Here’s the calculator running on my Samsung S9:

Kivy Calculator Running on Android Phone

The buildozer tool has several other commands you can use. Check out the documentation to see what else you can do.

You can also package the app using python-for-android if you need more fine-grained control. You won’t cover this here, but if you’re interested, check out the project’s quickstart.

Packaging Your App for iOS

The instructions for building an application for iOS are a bit more complex than Android. For the most up-to-date information, you should always use Kivy’s official packaging documentation. You’ll need to run the following commands before you can package your application for iOS on your Mac:

$ brew install autoconf automake libtool pkg-config
$ brew link libtool
$ sudo easy_install pip
$ sudo pip install Cython==0.29.10

Once those are all installed successfully, you’ll need to compile the distribution using the following commands:

$ git clone git://github.com/kivy/kivy-ios
$ cd kivy-ios
$ ./toolchain.py build python3 kivy

If you get an error that says iphonesimulator can’t be found, then see this StackOverflow answer for ways to solve that issue. Then try running the above commands again.

If you run into SSL errors, then you probably don’t have Python’s OpenSSL setup. This command should fix that:

$ cd /Applications/Python\ 3.7/
$ ./Install\ Certificates.command

Now go back and try running the toolchain command again.

Once you’ve run all the previous commands successfully, you can create your Xcode project using the toolchain script. Your main application’s entry point must be named main.py before you create the Xcode project. Here is the command you’ll run:

./toolchain.py create <title> <app_directory>

There should be a directory named title with your Xcode project in it. Now you can open that project in Xcode and work on it from there. Note that if you want to submit your application to the App Store, then you’ll have to create a developer account at developer.apple.com and pay their yearly fee.

Packaging Your App for Windows

You can package your Kivy application for Windows using PyInstaller. If you’ve never used it before, then check out Using PyInstaller to Easily Dist

          

Mike Driscoll: PyDev of the Week: Joannah Nanjekye

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This week we welcome Joannah Nanjekye (@Captain_Joannah) as our PyDev of the Week! Joannah is a core developer of the Python programming language. She is also the author of Python 2 and 3 Compatibility. You can find out more about Joannah on here website. Let’s take a few moments to get to know her better!

Can you tell us a little about yourself (hobbies, education, etc):

I am Joannah Nanjekye, I live in Canada, Fredericton but I am originally from Uganda in East Africa. I am a CS grad and doing research related to Python in one of the Python IBM labs at UNB. I went to University in Uganda and Kenya where I studied Software Engineering at Makerere University and Aeronautical Engineering at Kenya Aeronautical College respectively. I am also the Author of Python 2 and 3 compatibility, a book published by Apress. I do not have any serious hobbies but I love flying aircraft. Very expensive hobby heh!!

Why did you start using Python?

I started to use Python because I had to in my first programming class in 2009. Like any CS class Python is simple but some professor decided to make the class so hard. After failing a few assignments in the course, I managed to read my first programming book cover to cover which was a Python book– how to think like a computer scientist and managed to pass my final exams. Nevertheless, my real significant use of Python was in 2012 where I worked on a Django project. I continue to use Python because of its simplicity that allows me to focus on solving the problem at hand.

What other programming languages do you know and which is your favorite?

I have good command and proficiency in Golang, Ruby and C. I would say my favourite would be C because I write more C code in general.

What projects are you working on now?

I full time work on a project related to Python the language itself and may be one of its alternate implementations that I can not go into detail because of some NDA restrictions. I am currently working on aspects related to garbage collection. I also give my time to Cpython and other open source projects.

Which Python libraries are your favorite (core or 3rd party)?

I think currently am very interested and curious in how subinterpreters in Cpython will evolve and solve some current shortcomings we have in the language.

What portion of code do you take care of in Python as a core developer?

I would not say take care of because am not assigned to these areas as an expert. I plan to look more at subinterpreters and garbage collection as far as Cpython is concerned. During the recent core developer sprints, I was able to get some good mileage on the high level subinterpreters module implementation which is PEP 554 with Eric Snow’s guidance. In the same sprint, I talked to Pablo Salgado about GC and what areas of improvement we can look at. I just pray for bandwidth and good health to be able to help.

Do you have any advice for other aspiring core developers?

Cpython needs help from everyone individuals and companies otherwise, we will be building on top of a crumbling infrastructure. The process of becoming a core developer is a very transparent one for Cpython. For anyone interested, join the discussion on different aspects of the project of your interest
and contribute in any way. There are many areas where your skills can benefit Python.

Thanks for doing the interview, Joannah!

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ETL/SQL Developer

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DirectX Raytracing (DXR) Tier 1.1

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Real-time raytracing is still in its very early days, so unsurprisingly there is plenty of room for the industry to move forward.  Since the launch of DXR, the initial wave of feedback has resulted in a set of new features collectively named Tier 1.1.

The post DirectX Raytracing (DXR) Tier 1.1 appeared first on DirectX Developer Blog.


          

Senior Java Developer Job in Cleveland, OH

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Software Development Engineer in Test Job in Cleveland, OH

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Frontend Developer (w/m/d)

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…– wir sind ein einbespieltes Designer-Entwickler-Duo, das Apps und Webanwendungen für Startups und KMU entwickelt. Professionelle Softwareentwicklung und durchdachte User-Experience sind unser Anspruch. Genauso haben kontinuierliches Dazulernen und Kreativität einen fest Platz in unserem Arbeitsprozess. Regelmäßig setzen wir auch eigene Projekte um. Über den Job Als Frontend-Entwickler_in entwickelst du moderne Cross-Plattform-Apps und PWAs mit React & React Native. Je nach Interesse kannst du dich… | lumind solutions GmbH – Berlin
          

Google open-sources Cardboard in wake of Daydream VR's demise - CNET

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Crystal Reports Developer 8 5

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Another condo project of DMC-UPDI condemned

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DAVAO CITY (MindaNews / 03 Mayor Sara Duterte has issued an order to condemn the two buildings of the Palmetto Place, another project of property developer DMC Urban Property Developers Inc. (DMC-UPDI), in Barangay Maa here after they sustained major cracks on the structures following Thursday’s Magnitude 6.5 earthquake. In a statement issued by the City Information […]
          

Paginator - Postmedia Network Inc - Calgary, AB

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FM hints at more sops for housing sector

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New Delhi: Hinting at a big boost to the realty sector, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Tuesday said that the government and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) are in the process of resolving the issues faced by the real estate sector.

She said that real estate has a spillover effect on many sectors, hence addressing its issues will benefit industries such as cement and steel, who are the major suppliers.

"The government is working together with the RBI to see how best we can tweak the existing norms wherever necessary to help the realty sector," she said at an NSE event.

However, she did not spell out what the measures would be.

Sitharaman also admitted that the issues facing the real estate sector have not been addressed fully.

Since August, the government has been taking various steps to revive the market and consumption demand, the minister said.

Recently, the government cut corporate tax rate to 22 per cent, which involved an outgo of Rs 1.45 lakh crore.

Real estate developers are finding it difficult to raise funds after the default by the IL&FS group that triggered a liquidity crisis in the economy.

This was aggravated by the economic slowdown, which at one hand caused huge inventory pile-up due to lack of demand and also brought ongoing projects to a standstill due to lack of funds.

"There are many alternative funds which are now approaching us, saying we would like to do something with you as long as some supporting mechanism is available for reviving the realty sector," she said.

The Finance Minister said that home buyers are looking up to the government to help complete the stalled projects through policy decisions.

In September, Sitharaman had announced the creation of a Rs 20,000 crore special fund to provide financing to the stalled affordable and middle-income housing projects in the country.



          

GDC 2019

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Reseña de la Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2019, con Víctor Arrollo (programador y diseñador de videojuegos) y Gabriela Luna (artista en Afterlife Games)

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Github tops 40 million developers as Python, data science, machine learning popularity surges

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Fuego Indie

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Antonio Uribe "Fáyer" visitó de nuevo la cabina de ¡Abuguet! para ponernos al tanto de la actualidad de HyperBeard Games y de la escena de desarrollo independiente en México. Desde su perspectiva como developer, nos contó sobre el proceso de creación, desarrollo y publicación de un título indie.

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Senior Technical Product Manager - Chicopee

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Senior Technical Product Manager at one of 10,000+ companies looking for candidates just like you.Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You&quot;�ll receive salary and compensation details upfront⁠ - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you&quot;�re interested in, to find a job you&quot;�ll love in less than 2 weeks.A Senior Technical Product Manager (PM) has a strong technical background that is focused on the more technical aspects of the product; and works closely with the engineering team. With their technical acumen and deeper familiarity with the inner workings of the engineering organization, they are better able to properly assess whether engineering estimates are correct, review technical specifications, architecture and networking plans, and participate in security, scalability and infrastructure activities. This role may also be called upon when it comes to working with third parties, whether it&quot;�s evaluating APIs and capabilities, mapping out integration plans or evaluating different technology options. Senior Technical Product Managers are not writing code or creating networking diagrams.Join today because many of our companies are looking for Senior Technical Product Managers with the following types of experiences:ResponsibilitiesUncover and understand customer needs and translate them into requirements.Ability to work well with internal teams, including developers, engineers, architects, quality assurance and operations. Ensure requirements are fully understood and that implementation plans match expectations.Understand, research and follow technical trends in the industry and in general. Able to assess emerging products and companies to measure their potential value or threat to the company and its products.Make recommendations on which new technologies to invest in or leverage.Follow competitors and conduct capability analysis regularly.Provide internal and customer training on how to use the product.Answer incoming questions about the product and its capabilities.Assess and address technical risks.Understand and analyze data pipelines, algorithms and automated systems.Use database queries to analyze performance indicators, evaluate experiments, etc.Define success criteria for testing and product acceptance.Facilitate creation and maintenance of proper product documentation.Nice to HavesBachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Engineering (or similar area of study).Strong verbal, presentation and written communication skills for technical teams.2-5 years of relevant product-related experience.Experience with Oracle, SQL, NOSQL Java, Javascript, REST, EDI, SOAP, React, Agile and Scrum.Strong Object-Oriented Programming Skills. Good understanding of data structures and algorithms.Demonstrated experience executing significant cross-functional projects.Strong analytical skill set and a high degree of proficiency in data mining.Recent experience in a similar Technical Product Manager Job capacity.
          

Senior Technical Product Manager - Plymouth

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Senior Technical Product Manager at one of 10,000+ companies looking for candidates just like you.Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You&quot;�ll receive salary and compensation details upfront⁠ - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you&quot;�re interested in, to find a job you&quot;�ll love in less than 2 weeks.A Senior Technical Product Manager (PM) has a strong technical background that is focused on the more technical aspects of the product; and works closely with the engineering team. With their technical acumen and deeper familiarity with the inner workings of the engineering organization, they are better able to properly assess whether engineering estimates are correct, review technical specifications, architecture and networking plans, and participate in security, scalability and infrastructure activities. This role may also be called upon when it comes to working with third parties, whether it&quot;�s evaluating APIs and capabilities, mapping out integration plans or evaluating different technology options. Senior Technical Product Managers are not writing code or creating networking diagrams.Join today because many of our companies are looking for Senior Technical Product Managers with the following types of experiences:ResponsibilitiesUncover and understand customer needs and translate them into requirements.Ability to work well with internal teams, including developers, engineers, architects, quality assurance and operations. Ensure requirements are fully understood and that implementation plans match expectations.Understand, research and follow technical trends in the industry and in general. Able to assess emerging products and companies to measure their potential value or threat to the company and its products.Make recommendations on which new technologies to invest in or leverage.Follow competitors and conduct capability analysis regularly.Provide internal and customer training on how to use the product.Answer incoming questions about the product and its capabilities.Assess and address technical risks.Understand and analyze data pipelines, algorithms and automated systems.Use database queries to analyze performance indicators, evaluate experiments, etc.Define success criteria for testing and product acceptance.Facilitate creation and maintenance of proper product documentation.Nice to HavesBachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Engineering (or similar area of study).Strong verbal, presentation and written communication skills for technical teams.2-5 years of relevant product-related experience.Experience with Oracle, SQL, NOSQL Java, Javascript, REST, EDI, SOAP, React, Agile and Scrum.Strong Object-Oriented Programming Skills. Good understanding of data structures and algorithms.Demonstrated experience executing significant cross-functional projects.Strong analytical skill set and a high degree of proficiency in data mining.Recent experience in a similar Technical Product Manager Job capacity.
          

Senior Technical Product Manager - Peabody

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Senior Technical Product Manager at one of 10,000+ companies looking for candidates just like you.Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You&quot;�ll receive salary and compensation details upfront⁠ - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you&quot;�re interested in, to find a job you&quot;�ll love in less than 2 weeks.A Senior Technical Product Manager (PM) has a strong technical background that is focused on the more technical aspects of the product; and works closely with the engineering team. With their technical acumen and deeper familiarity with the inner workings of the engineering organization, they are better able to properly assess whether engineering estimates are correct, review technical specifications, architecture and networking plans, and participate in security, scalability and infrastructure activities. This role may also be called upon when it comes to working with third parties, whether it&quot;�s evaluating APIs and capabilities, mapping out integration plans or evaluating different technology options. Senior Technical Product Managers are not writing code or creating networking diagrams.Join today because many of our companies are looking for Senior Technical Product Managers with the following types of experiences:ResponsibilitiesUncover and understand customer needs and translate them into requirements.Ability to work well with internal teams, including developers, engineers, architects, quality assurance and operations. Ensure requirements are fully understood and that implementation plans match expectations.Understand, research and follow technical trends in the industry and in general. Able to assess emerging products and companies to measure their potential value or threat to the company and its products.Make recommendations on which new technologies to invest in or leverage.Follow competitors and conduct capability analysis regularly.Provide internal and customer training on how to use the product.Answer incoming questions about the product and its capabilities.Assess and address technical risks.Understand and analyze data pipelines, algorithms and automated systems.Use database queries to analyze performance indicators, evaluate experiments, etc.Define success criteria for testing and product acceptance.Facilitate creation and maintenance of proper product documentation.Nice to HavesBachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Engineering (or similar area of study).Strong verbal, presentation and written communication skills for technical teams.2-5 years of relevant product-related experience.Experience with Oracle, SQL, NOSQL Java, Javascript, REST, EDI, SOAP, React, Agile and Scrum.Strong Object-Oriented Programming Skills. Good understanding of data structures and algorithms.Demonstrated experience executing significant cross-functional projects.Strong analytical skill set and a high degree of proficiency in data mining.Recent experience in a similar Technical Product Manager Job capacity.
          

Senior Technical Product Manager - Woonsocket

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Senior Technical Product Manager at one of 10,000+ companies looking for candidates just like you.Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You&quot;�ll receive salary and compensation details upfront⁠ - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you&quot;�re interested in, to find a job you&quot;�ll love in less than 2 weeks.A Senior Technical Product Manager (PM) has a strong technical background that is focused on the more technical aspects of the product; and works closely with the engineering team. With their technical acumen and deeper familiarity with the inner workings of the engineering organization, they are better able to properly assess whether engineering estimates are correct, review technical specifications, architecture and networking plans, and participate in security, scalability and infrastructure activities. This role may also be called upon when it comes to working with third parties, whether it&quot;�s evaluating APIs and capabilities, mapping out integration plans or evaluating different technology options. Senior Technical Product Managers are not writing code or creating networking diagrams.Join today because many of our companies are looking for Senior Technical Product Managers with the following types of experiences:ResponsibilitiesUncover and understand customer needs and translate them into requirements.Ability to work well with internal teams, including developers, engineers, architects, quality assurance and operations. Ensure requirements are fully understood and that implementation plans match expectations.Understand, research and follow technical trends in the industry and in general. Able to assess emerging products and companies to measure their potential value or threat to the company and its products.Make recommendations on which new technologies to invest in or leverage.Follow competitors and conduct capability analysis regularly.Provide internal and customer training on how to use the product.Answer incoming questions about the product and its capabilities.Assess and address technical risks.Understand and analyze data pipelines, algorithms and automated systems.Use database queries to analyze performance indicators, evaluate experiments, etc.Define success criteria for testing and product acceptance.Facilitate creation and maintenance of proper product documentation.Nice to HavesBachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Engineering (or similar area of study).Strong verbal, presentation and written communication skills for technical teams.2-5 years of relevant product-related experience.Experience with Oracle, SQL, NOSQL Java, Javascript, REST, EDI, SOAP, React, Agile and Scrum.Strong Object-Oriented Programming Skills. Good understanding of data structures and algorithms.Demonstrated experience executing significant cross-functional projects.Strong analytical skill set and a high degree of proficiency in data mining.Recent experience in a similar Technical Product Manager Job capacity.
          

Senior Technical Product Manager - Methuen

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Senior Technical Product Manager - Leominster

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Senior Technical Product Manager at one of 10,000+ companies looking for candidates just like you.Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You&quot;�ll receive salary and compensation details upfront⁠ - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you&quot;�re interested in, to find a job you&quot;�ll love in less than 2 weeks.A Senior Technical Product Manager (PM) has a strong technical background that is focused on the more technical aspects of the product; and works closely with the engineering team. With their technical acumen and deeper familiarity with the inner workings of the engineering organization, they are better able to properly assess whether engineering estimates are correct, review technical specifications, architecture and networking plans, and participate in security, scalability and infrastructure activities. This role may also be called upon when it comes to working with third parties, whether it&quot;�s evaluating APIs and capabilities, mapping out integration plans or evaluating different technology options. Senior Technical Product Managers are not writing code or creating networking diagrams.Join today because many of our companies are looking for Senior Technical Product Managers with the following types of experiences:ResponsibilitiesUncover and understand customer needs and translate them into requirements.Ability to work well with internal teams, including developers, engineers, architects, quality assurance and operations. Ensure requirements are fully understood and that implementation plans match expectations.Understand, research and follow technical trends in the industry and in general. Able to assess emerging products and companies to measure their potential value or threat to the company and its products.Make recommendations on which new technologies to invest in or leverage.Follow competitors and conduct capability analysis regularly.Provide internal and customer training on how to use the product.Answer incoming questions about the product and its capabilities.Assess and address technical risks.Understand and analyze data pipelines, algorithms and automated systems.Use database queries to analyze performance indicators, evaluate experiments, etc.Define success criteria for testing and product acceptance.Facilitate creation and maintenance of proper product documentation.Nice to HavesBachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Engineering (or similar area of study).Strong verbal, presentation and written communication skills for technical teams.2-5 years of relevant product-related experience.Experience with Oracle, SQL, NOSQL Java, Javascript, REST, EDI, SOAP, React, Agile and Scrum.Strong Object-Oriented Programming Skills. Good understanding of data structures and algorithms.Demonstrated experience executing significant cross-functional projects.Strong analytical skill set and a high degree of proficiency in data mining.Recent experience in a similar Technical Product Manager Job capacity.
          

Senior Technical Product Manager - Haverhill

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Senior Technical Product Manager at one of 10,000+ companies looking for candidates just like you.Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You&quot;�ll receive salary and compensation details upfront⁠ - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you&quot;�re interested in, to find a job you&quot;�ll love in less than 2 weeks.A Senior Technical Product Manager (PM) has a strong technical background that is focused on the more technical aspects of the product; and works closely with the engineering team. With their technical acumen and deeper familiarity with the inner workings of the engineering organization, they are better able to properly assess whether engineering estimates are correct, review technical specifications, architecture and networking plans, and participate in security, scalability and infrastructure activities. This role may also be called upon when it comes to working with third parties, whether it&quot;�s evaluating APIs and capabilities, mapping out integration plans or evaluating different technology options. Senior Technical Product Managers are not writing code or creating networking diagrams.Join today because many of our companies are looking for Senior Technical Product Managers with the following types of experiences:ResponsibilitiesUncover and understand customer needs and translate them into requirements.Ability to work well with internal teams, including developers, engineers, architects, quality assurance and operations. Ensure requirements are fully understood and that implementation plans match expectations.Understand, research and follow technical trends in the industry and in general. Able to assess emerging products and companies to measure their potential value or threat to the company and its products.Make recommendations on which new technologies to invest in or leverage.Follow competitors and conduct capability analysis regularly.Provide internal and customer training on how to use the product.Answer incoming questions about the product and its capabilities.Assess and address technical risks.Understand and analyze data pipelines, algorithms and automated systems.Use database queries to analyze performance indicators, evaluate experiments, etc.Define success criteria for testing and product acceptance.Facilitate creation and maintenance of proper product documentation.Nice to HavesBachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Engineering (or similar area of study).Strong verbal, presentation and written communication skills for technical teams.2-5 years of relevant product-related experience.Experience with Oracle, SQL, NOSQL Java, Javascript, REST, EDI, SOAP, React, Agile and Scrum.Strong Object-Oriented Programming Skills. Good understanding of data structures and algorithms.Demonstrated experience executing significant cross-functional projects.Strong analytical skill set and a high degree of proficiency in data mining.Recent experience in a similar Technical Product Manager Job capacity.
          

Senior Technical Product Manager

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Senior Technical Product Manager at one of 10,000 companies looking for candidates just like you. Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You'll receive salary and compensation details upfront⁠ - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you're interested in, to find a job you'll love in less than 2 weeks. A Senior Technical Product Manager (PM) has a strong technical background that is focused on the more technical aspects of the product; and works closely with the engineering team. With their technical acumen and deeper familiarity with the inner workings of the engineering organization, they are better able to properly assess whether engineering estimates are correct, review technical specifications, architecture and networking plans, and participate in security, scalability and infrastructure activities. This role may also be called upon when it comes to working with third parties, whether it's evaluating APIs and capabilities, mapping out integration plans or evaluating different technology options. Senior Technical Product Managers are not writing code or creating networking diagrams. Join today because many of our companies are looking for Senior Technical Product Managers with the following types of experiences: Responsibilities Uncover and understand customer needs and translate them into requirements. Ability to work well with internal teams, including developers, engineers, architects, quality assurance and operations. Ensure requirements are fully understood and that implementation plans match expectations. Understand, research and follow technical trends in the industry and in general. Able to assess emerging products and companies to measure their potential value or threat to the company and its products. Make recommendations on which new technologies to invest in or leverage. Follow competitors and conduct capability analysis regularly. Provide internal and customer training on how to use the product. Answer incoming questions about the product and its capabilities. Assess and address technical risks. Understand and analyze data pipelines, algorithms and automated systems. Use database queries to analyze performance indicators, evaluate experiments, etc. Define success criteria for testing and product acceptance. Facilitate creation and maintenance of proper product documentation. Nice to Haves Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Engineering (or similar area of study). Strong verbal, presentation and written communication skills for technical teams. 2-5 years of relevant product-related experience. Experience with Oracle, SQL, NOSQL Java, Javascript, REST, EDI, SOAP, React, Agile and Scrum. Strong Object-Oriented Programming Skills. Good understanding of data structures and algorithms. Demonstrated experience executing significant cross-functional projects. Strong analytical skill set and a high degree of proficiency in data mining. Recent experience in a similar Technical Product Manager Job capacity.
          

Senior Technical Product Manager

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Senior Technical Product Manager at one of 10,000 companies looking for candidates just like you. Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You'll receive salary and compensation details upfront⁠ - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you're interested in, to find a job you'll love in less than 2 weeks. A Senior Technical Product Manager (PM) has a strong technical background that is focused on the more technical aspects of the product; and works closely with the engineering team. With their technical acumen and deeper familiarity with the inner workings of the engineering organization, they are better able to properly assess whether engineering estimates are correct, review technical specifications, architecture and networking plans, and participate in security, scalability and infrastructure activities. This role may also be called upon when it comes to working with third parties, whether it's evaluating APIs and capabilities, mapping out integration plans or evaluating different technology options. Senior Technical Product Managers are not writing code or creating networking diagrams. Join today because many of our companies are looking for Senior Technical Product Managers with the following types of experiences: Responsibilities Uncover and understand customer needs and translate them into requirements. Ability to work well with internal teams, including developers, engineers, architects, quality assurance and operations. Ensure requirements are fully understood and that implementation plans match expectations. Understand, research and follow technical trends in the industry and in general. Able to assess emerging products and companies to measure their potential value or threat to the company and its products. Make recommendations on which new technologies to invest in or leverage. Follow competitors and conduct capability analysis regularly. Provide internal and customer training on how to use the product. Answer incoming questions about the product and its capabilities. Assess and address technical risks. Understand and analyze data pipelines, algorithms and automated systems. Use database queries to analyze performance indicators, evaluate experiments, etc. Define success criteria for testing and product acceptance. Facilitate creation and maintenance of proper product documentation. Nice to Haves Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Engineering (or similar area of study). Strong verbal, presentation and written communication skills for technical teams. 2-5 years of relevant product-related experience. Experience with Oracle, SQL, NOSQL Java, Javascript, REST, EDI, SOAP, React, Agile and Scrum. Strong Object-Oriented Programming Skills. Good understanding of data structures and algorithms. Demonstrated experience executing significant cross-functional projects. Strong analytical skill set and a high degree of proficiency in data mining. Recent experience in a similar Technical Product Manager Job capacity.
          

Senior Technical Product Manager

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Senior Technical Product Manager at one of 10,000 companies looking for candidates just like you. Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You'll receive salary and compensation details upfront⁠ - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you're interested in, to find a job you'll love in less than 2 weeks. A Senior Technical Product Manager (PM) has a strong technical background that is focused on the more technical aspects of the product; and works closely with the engineering team. With their technical acumen and deeper familiarity with the inner workings of the engineering organization, they are better able to properly assess whether engineering estimates are correct, review technical specifications, architecture and networking plans, and participate in security, scalability and infrastructure activities. This role may also be called upon when it comes to working with third parties, whether it's evaluating APIs and capabilities, mapping out integration plans or evaluating different technology options. Senior Technical Product Managers are not writing code or creating networking diagrams. Join today because many of our companies are looking for Senior Technical Product Managers with the following types of experiences: Responsibilities Uncover and understand customer needs and translate them into requirements. Ability to work well with internal teams, including developers, engineers, architects, quality assurance and operations. Ensure requirements are fully understood and that implementation plans match expectations. Understand, research and follow technical trends in the industry and in general. Able to assess emerging products and companies to measure their potential value or threat to the company and its products. Make recommendations on which new technologies to invest in or leverage. Follow competitors and conduct capability analysis regularly. Provide internal and customer training on how to use the product. Answer incoming questions about the product and its capabilities. Assess and address technical risks. Understand and analyze data pipelines, algorithms and automated systems. Use database queries to analyze performance indicators, evaluate experiments, etc. Define success criteria for testing and product acceptance. Facilitate creation and maintenance of proper product documentation. Nice to Haves Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Engineering (or similar area of study). Strong verbal, presentation and written communication skills for technical teams. 2-5 years of relevant product-related experience. Experience with Oracle, SQL, NOSQL Java, Javascript, REST, EDI, SOAP, React, Agile and Scrum. Strong Object-Oriented Programming Skills. Good understanding of data structures and algorithms. Demonstrated experience executing significant cross-functional projects. Strong analytical skill set and a high degree of proficiency in data mining. Recent experience in a similar Technical Product Manager Job capacity.
          

Senior Android Developer - Armstrong Appointments - Rose Bank, West Bengal

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An awesome opportunity has become available for a suitably experienced and skilled Senior Android Developer to be part of one of Africa’s largest money transfer…
From Armstrong Appointments - Wed, 27 Mar 2019 12:02:05 GMT - View all Rose Bank, West Bengal jobs
          

Web Developer - Technogleam - Shiliguri, West Bengal

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Technogleam-Website Development Company in Siliguri,*. We are looking for an experienced Web Developer with minimum 1 year experience.
From Indeed - Wed, 30 Oct 2019 06:56:09 GMT - View all Shiliguri, West Bengal jobs
          

PHP Developer - Ergode IT Services Pvt. ltd. - Shiliguri, West Bengal

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Company will encourage any kind of learning and development. We're a fast growing dynamic E-Commerce company, and with growth there is a definite requirement… ₹2,50,000 - ₹5,00,000 a year
From Indeed - Tue, 22 Oct 2019 10:52:22 GMT - View all Shiliguri, West Bengal jobs
          

Software Developer - NIIT - Shiliguri, West Bengal

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We are looking for dynamic and energetic candidates for the position of Software Developer for our Siliguri based company. Must be a team player. ₹10,000 - ₹20,000 a month
From Indeed - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 10:38:49 GMT - View all Shiliguri, West Bengal jobs
          

Technical Building Consultant

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To Whom It May Concern,   PFCS is looking for an experienced Technical Building Consultant with an emphasis in Inspection to work with us on a full-time basis (remote in Los Angeles area, in our Corona office, or in our San Clemente office).Our goal is to develop a long-term relationship with a Consultant who is able to conduct property assessment inspections in conformance with PFCS Technical Consultant job description and KPI's. Previous experience working as a Consultant is preferred.  About Pete Fowler Construction Services (PFCS) At PFCS, our mission is delivering solutions to those who own or work in the business of buildings.This means helping clients make smart, informed decisions about buildings and property.We evaluate physical performance of building projects, write reports, specify and estimate the costs of maintenance and repairs, contract and manage construction, and verify quality.We are often called upon to consult and testify in property related claims and litigation.  We have a world class proprietary technology system to collect, organize, structure, share and store documents and building information forever.Our clients include property owners & managers, developers & contractors, product manufacturers & suppliers, insurers and lawyers.Every year we work on projects as widely varying as single-family residences, multi-family projects, mixed use developments and commercial, institutional, industrial, lowr-rise, mid-rise and high-rise construction.  Scope of Work Summary The right candidate will perform building inspections and property assessments, with specific responsibilities including:  Inspect structures and building sites.Rigorously document conditions with photographs, notes, diagrams and checklists.Conduct research and gather data for use in investigations, according to PFCS standards.Collect, review, summarize, understand and analyze documents and information.Write reports and analysis consistent with PFCS standards.Communicate project data and opinions with concise professionalism.Participate in meetings with clients and others to gather project information or present PFCS work in coordination with the Technical Expert or Project Coordinator.Track time invoiced to clients and maintain billable hour targets, track all time worked.Active participation in PFCS training systems.QualificationsExperience acting as a self-directed, independent leader in construction.Applicable certification such as ICBO / ICC certification and/or General Contractor license preferred.Previous experience working as a Consultant in the construction industry preferred.Ability to perform the physical requirements needed to conduct onsite inspections.Work Location Remote in Los Angeles area.   PandoLogic. Keywords: Building Inspector, Location: Altadena, CA - 91001
          

Enterprise Architect

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Business Group Highlights Defense The Defense group supports the Department of Defense (DoD) mission to keep our homeland and its citizens safe. We provide solutions to improve the Nation's defense by providing software, systems engineering, IT, training and logistics and fleet management solutions. Responsibilities Every day at Perspecta, we enable hundreds of thousands of people to take on our nation's most important work. We•re a company founded on a diverse set of capabilities and skills, bound together by a single promise: we never stop solving our nation's most complex challenges. Our team of engineers, analysts, developers, investigators, integrators and architects work tirelessly to create innovative solutions. We continually push ourselves•to respond, to adapt, to go further. To look ahead to the changing landscape and develop new and innovative ways to serve our customers. Perspecta works with U.S. government customers in defense, intelligence, civilian, health care, and state and local markets. Our high-caliber employees are rewarded in many ways•not only through competitive salaries and benefits packages, but the opportunity to create a meaningful impact in jobs and on projects that matter. Perspecta's talented and robust workforce•14,000 strong'stands ready to welcome you to the team. Let's make an impact together. Perspecta has an immediate need for an Enterprise Achitect in Bellevue, NE. Provides technical leadership in support of USSTRATCOM/J64 related to current and emerging technology and its impact to the Command. Follow doctrine, policy, guidance and regulation; with analysis to develop technical roadmaps and whitepapers and presentations that layout the vision and direction for incorporating new technology into the command Maintains the Lifecycle Management Plan (CDRL A011), Technology Refresh Plan (CDRL A013), and supporting Engineering and Integration Reports (CDRL A019) Works directly with the office of the J6E to build consensus for the direction of the command and to support the J6/J64 Acts as the prime point of contact for ITCC II to work with vendors throughout industry to evaluate upcoming products and determine their feasibility/value to the command Develops requests for solutions and evaluate vendor solutions related to command needs and new technology Providing feedback on new product features and capabilities and priorities to management and engineering teams Partners with the Engineering and Integration Manager to communicate the vision/future capabilities to the engineering staff to ensure that the solutions developed are moving the command in the right direction Designs complex and cost effective infrastructure solutions which align with Command goals Analyze Commands requirements and describes the strategy and design to a broad spectrum of stakeholders at a strategic level The candidate hired for this position must be a US Citizen with an active top secret security clearance with eligibility for SCI • or • must be capable of maintaining/obtaining a TS/SCI clearance. If the candidate does not have a top secret clearance, a minimum of a Secret security clearance is required to start work on-site for this contract. Qualifications Education and Experience Master's degree in computer engineering or related field, computer information systems, computer science, information technology, information science, information systems, or a related discipline Twelve or more years of relevant industry experience Knowledge and Skills Strong familiarity with architecture frameworks such as DODAF, FEAF, and TOGAF Intimate knowledge of systems architecture and operations Strong presentation, oral and written communication skills with the highest levels of management System integration (hardware, software, network, and database) SAN hardware layout and configuration Research and develop virtualization options for servers, networks, storage and client systems Demonstrated experience in developing system architectures and/or solution roadmaps. Working knowledge of process frameworks such as ISO 2001:2008, ISO 20000, ITIL, and CMMI. Desired Certifications: Ability to obtain CISSP Certification ITIL• Foundations v3.0 (required or able to obtain) VMware Certified Professional (VCP) • Data Center Virtualization VMware Certified Advanced Professional (VCAP) Visio Microsoft Project PowerPoint Excel BMC Remedy #LI About Perspecta What matters to our nation, is what matters to us. At Perspecta, everything we do, from conducting innovative research to cultivating strong relationships, supports one imperative: ensuring that your work succeeds. Our company was formed to bring a broad array of capabilities to all parts of the public sector—from investigative services and IT strategy to systems work and next-generation engineering. Our promise is simple: never stop solving our nation’s most complex challenges. And with a workforce of approximately 14,000, more than 48 percent of which is cleared, we have been trusted to just that, as a partner of choice across the entire sector. Perspecta is an AA/EEO Employer - Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled and other protected categories. Options Apply for this job onlineApply Share Email this job to a friendRefer Sorry the Share function is not working properly at this moment. Please refresh the page and try again later. Share on your newsfeed As a government contractor, Perspecta abides by the following provision PAY TRANSPARENCY NONDISCRIMINATION PROVISION The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor's legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)
          

Equilibrium and EOSDT to Host Crypto DeFiance Event During BlockShow Asia 2019 and Give a $5000 Grant for the Best DeFi Idea

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Premier blockchain conference BlockShow Asia, the DeFi developer framework Equilibrium, and the EOS-based decentralized stablecoin EOSDT will host the inaugural edition of its Crypto DeFiance event in Singapore on November 16.
          

Niantic opens Niantic Creator Program to fund and support AR-minded devs

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Pokemon Go developer Niantic has unveiled the Niantic Creator Program, a multipronged initiative that aims to support developers working in real-world augmented reality. ...


          

Vainglory dev Super Evil Megacorp raises $10.5 million as it refocuses on next project

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Vainglory developer Super Evil Megacorp is turning its attention toward its next project and handing off day-to-day management of Vainglory to a different studio. ...


          

Front-End Engineer

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Front-End Engineer at one of 10,000+ companies looking for candidates just like you. Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You’ll receive salary and compensation details upfront? - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you’re interested in, to find a job you’ll love in less than 2 weeks. As a Front-End Engineer, you'll be responsible for implementing the interactive and visual elements of web and mobile applications. You'll collaborate with the team of UX designers and back-end engineers in delivering intuitive layouts. You'll also be responsible for translating the needs of our company and clients into appealing applications. If you enjoy writing code and creating user-friendly layouts, this job is a good fit for you. We value a diversity of perspectives and encourage healthy discussion and debate, but unite behind our decisions. Responsibilities Creating clean code Ensuring cross-browser compatibility Building a library for future use Optimizing applications for scalability and speed Acting as a mentor to junior developers, through code reviews and design document critiques Creating prototypes and quality mockups What Skills 2+ years experience in front-end development 2+ years of recent experience building pages in Javascript (ES6), HTML, and CSS Experience working with a javascript framework such as React.js or equivalent Solid understanding of JavaScript frameworks Exemplary communication skills; able to map problem-solution space and explain possible solutions to non-technical team members Good skill with Adobe suite, including Illustrator and Photoshop Familiarity with content management systems, including WordPress, Drupal and Joomla Understand of layout aesthetics Solid understanding of SEO principles Passion for learning new technologies fast B.S. degree in Computer science, Software Engineering or a related field, or equivalent experience These Would Also Be Nice Experience with backend development Experience with analytics tools like Google Analytics or Mixpanel Experience with various database systems, both in production and warehousing capacities, such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Redshift Experience with server-side languages such as Ruby on Rails
          

Software Engineer

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Software Engineer at one of 10,000+ companies looking for candidates just like you. Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You’ll receive salary and compensation details upfront? - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you’re interested in, to find a job you’ll love in less than 2 weeks. Software Engineers continue to be one of the most exciting and in-demand developer jobs available. Engineers code websites or applications on both the server and the client-facing side. It is a role that fuses both creative and practical concerns, as these engineers are responsible for everything the website user encounters, including scrolling functions and graphics, as well as creating the logic, database interactions and server configuration on the application's backend. In addition to programming the various features of client-side and user-side applications, software engineers are expected to upgrade and maintain both the back and frontend as needed. As new technologies emerge and platforms are expanded, the role will likely transform to suit these changes. Responsibilities The development and maintenance of client-side and server-side applications. Working with other web developers as well as marketing teams and engineers to ensure the right look and necessary features are included in your work. Designing tests that will be implemented to keep software functional. Stay on top of expanding technologies and engineering trends. Skills Proficiency with HTML and CSS Being able to code with languages like JavaScript, Core MVC, and ASP.NET An adroitness with SQL, Ruby and Java for backend programming Building and accessing databases with NoSQL and Node.js Understanding the ins-and-outs of HTTP protocols, developer tools, SSL certificates and web application architecture Keeping track of changes made to code with Git version control system These Would Also Be Nice Good communication skills Thriving as a member of a team Understanding the needed technology for web development Keeping business needs in mind Wanting your work to appeal to clients Having the desire to continuously grow and learn
          

Software Engineer (Security Clearance Required) - DeKalb

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Software Engineer (Security Clearance Required) at one of 10,000+ companies looking for candidates just like you. Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You’ll receive salary and compensation details upfront? - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you’re interested in, to find a job you’ll love in less than 2 weeks. Software Engineers with security clearances are responsible for everything the website user encounters, including scrolling functions and graphics, as well as creates the logic, database interactions and server configuration on the application's backend. In addition to programming the various features of client-side and user-side applications, software engineers are expected to upgrade and maintain both the back and front-end as needed. As new technologies emerge and platforms are expanded, the role will likely transform to suit these changes. Responsibilities The development and maintenance of client-side and server-side applications. Working with other web developers as well as marketing teams and engineers to ensure the right look and necessary features are included in your work. Designing tests that will be implemented to keep software functional. Stay on top of expanding technologies and engineering trends. Skills Proficiency with HTML and CSS Being able to code with languages like JavaScript, Core MVC, and ASP.NET An adroitness with SQL, Ruby and Java for backend programming Building and accessing databases with NoSQL and Node.js Understanding the ins-and-outs of HTTP protocols, developer tools, SSL certificates and web application architecture Keeping track of changes made to code with Git version control system These Would Also Be Nice Good communication skills Thriving as a member of a team Understanding the needed technology for web development Keeping business needs in mind Wanting your work to appeal to clients Having the desire to continuously grow and learn
          

Front-End Engineer

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Front-End Engineer at one of 10,000+ companies looking for candidates just like you. Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You’ll receive salary and compensation details upfront? - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you’re interested in, to find a job you’ll love in less than 2 weeks. As a Front-End Engineer, you'll be responsible for implementing the interactive and visual elements of web and mobile applications. You'll collaborate with the team of UX designers and back-end engineers in delivering intuitive layouts. You'll also be responsible for translating the needs of our company and clients into appealing applications. If you enjoy writing code and creating user-friendly layouts, this job is a good fit for you. We value a diversity of perspectives and encourage healthy discussion and debate, but unite behind our decisions. Responsibilities Creating clean code Ensuring cross-browser compatibility Building a library for future use Optimizing applications for scalability and speed Acting as a mentor to junior developers, through code reviews and design document critiques Creating prototypes and quality mockups What Skills 2+ years experience in front-end development 2+ years of recent experience building pages in Javascript (ES6), HTML, and CSS Experience working with a javascript framework such as React.js or equivalent Solid understanding of JavaScript frameworks Exemplary communication skills; able to map problem-solution space and explain possible solutions to non-technical team members Good skill with Adobe suite, including Illustrator and Photoshop Familiarity with content management systems, including WordPress, Drupal and Joomla Understand of layout aesthetics Solid understanding of SEO principles Passion for learning new technologies fast B.S. degree in Computer science, Software Engineering or a related field, or equivalent experience These Would Also Be Nice Experience with backend development Experience with analytics tools like Google Analytics or Mixpanel Experience with various database systems, both in production and warehousing capacities, such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Redshift Experience with server-side languages such as Ruby on Rails
          

Software Engineer (Security Clearance Required) - Tinley Park

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Software Engineer (Security Clearance Required) at one of 10,000+ companies looking for candidates just like you. Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You’ll receive salary and compensation details upfront? - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you’re interested in, to find a job you’ll love in less than 2 weeks. Software Engineers with security clearances are responsible for everything the website user encounters, including scrolling functions and graphics, as well as creates the logic, database interactions and server configuration on the application's backend. In addition to programming the various features of client-side and user-side applications, software engineers are expected to upgrade and maintain both the back and front-end as needed. As new technologies emerge and platforms are expanded, the role will likely transform to suit these changes. Responsibilities The development and maintenance of client-side and server-side applications. Working with other web developers as well as marketing teams and engineers to ensure the right look and necessary features are included in your work. Designing tests that will be implemented to keep software functional. Stay on top of expanding technologies and engineering trends. Skills Proficiency with HTML and CSS Being able to code with languages like JavaScript, Core MVC, and ASP.NET An adroitness with SQL, Ruby and Java for backend programming Building and accessing databases with NoSQL and Node.js Understanding the ins-and-outs of HTTP protocols, developer tools, SSL certificates and web application architecture Keeping track of changes made to code with Git version control system These Would Also Be Nice Good communication skills Thriving as a member of a team Understanding the needed technology for web development Keeping business needs in mind Wanting your work to appeal to clients Having the desire to continuously grow and learn
          

Hybris DevOps Engineer - Cranston

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Requisition Number: 70537 Insight is looking to add a dynamic Sr Hybris DevOps Engineer to join our Global team that will work on designing, developing and supporting the Hybris platform to connect with our global SAP ERP system.  If you meet the qualifications below and desire to work in a dynamic and fast paced environment then we want to talk to you. Job Responsibilities: Understand and effectively communicate Java features and limitations in the context of design and development decisions Help manage the design and development process, drive decisions, and coordinate efforts with fellow teammates Serve as a subject matter expert on his/her team Job Requirements: 7+ years of experience as Java Developer 4+ years of expereince with , J2EE, Spring, Hibernate, Camel, Groovy 4+ years of experience with SAP CPI and Hybris E-Commerce Platform Strong working experience with Web Services (REST, SOAP, JSON, SOAand ESB) CICD Experience Perferred Familiarity with Agile/Scrum practices Knowledge of Test Driven Development (TDD) Ability to come up with accurate development estimates based on high-level business and/or technical requirements Excellent communication, organizational and problem solving skills Enjoy working collaboratively with a team, while also possessing a strong independent work ethic The position described above provides a summary of some the job duties required and what it would be like to work at Insight. For a comprehensive list of physical demands and work environment for this position,  click here . Today, every business is a technology business. Insight Enterprises, Inc. empowers organizations of all sizes with Insight Intelligent Technology Solutions™ and services to maximize the business value of IT. As a Fortune 500-ranked global provider of digital innovation, cloud/data center transformation, connected workforce, and supply chain optimization solutions and services, we help clients successfully manage their IT today while transforming for tomorrow. From IT strategy and design to implementation and management, our 6,800 employees help clients innovate and optimize their operations to run smarter. Discover more at insight.com . Global provider of Intelligent Technology Solutions™ for organizations of all sizes Ranked #417 on the 2018 Fortune 500, #12 on the CRN Solution Provider 500 Founded in 1988 in Tempe, Arizona; now celebrating our 30th anniversary and operating in 20 countries $6.7 billion in revenue for 2017 8,000+ teammates worldwide working with 5,300+ partners 2017 Arizona’s Most Admired Companies (AZ Business Magazine), #7 2017 Best Places to Work (Phoenix Business Journal) 2018 Dell EMC Server Partner of the Year, 2018 Intel Retail Solution Partner of the Year, 2018 IBM Geography Excellence Award as the Top National Strategic Business Partner in North America, Microsoft’s largest global partner Today's talent leads tomorrow's success. Learn about careers at Insight:  jobs.insight.com . Insight is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by law. Posting Notes: Tempe || Arizona (US-AZ) || United States (US) || None || None || Remote || #LI-US
          

Software Engineer (Security Clearance Required) - Hoffman Estates

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Software Engineer (Security Clearance Required) at one of 10,000+ companies looking for candidates just like you. Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You’ll receive salary and compensation details upfront? - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you’re interested in, to find a job you’ll love in less than 2 weeks. Software Engineers with security clearances are responsible for everything the website user encounters, including scrolling functions and graphics, as well as creates the logic, database interactions and server configuration on the application's backend. In addition to programming the various features of client-side and user-side applications, software engineers are expected to upgrade and maintain both the back and front-end as needed. As new technologies emerge and platforms are expanded, the role will likely transform to suit these changes. Responsibilities The development and maintenance of client-side and server-side applications. Working with other web developers as well as marketing teams and engineers to ensure the right look and necessary features are included in your work. Designing tests that will be implemented to keep software functional. Stay on top of expanding technologies and engineering trends. Skills Proficiency with HTML and CSS Being able to code with languages like JavaScript, Core MVC, and ASP.NET An adroitness with SQL, Ruby and Java for backend programming Building and accessing databases with NoSQL and Node.js Understanding the ins-and-outs of HTTP protocols, developer tools, SSL certificates and web application architecture Keeping track of changes made to code with Git version control system These Would Also Be Nice Good communication skills Thriving as a member of a team Understanding the needed technology for web development Keeping business needs in mind Wanting your work to appeal to clients Having the desire to continuously grow and learn
          

Software Engineer

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Software Engineer at one of 10,000+ companies looking for candidates just like you. Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You’ll receive salary and compensation details upfront? - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you’re interested in, to find a job you’ll love in less than 2 weeks. Software Engineers continue to be one of the most exciting and in-demand developer jobs available. Engineers code websites or applications on both the server and the client-facing side. It is a role that fuses both creative and practical concerns, as these engineers are responsible for everything the website user encounters, including scrolling functions and graphics, as well as creating the logic, database interactions and server configuration on the application's backend. In addition to programming the various features of client-side and user-side applications, software engineers are expected to upgrade and maintain both the back and frontend as needed. As new technologies emerge and platforms are expanded, the role will likely transform to suit these changes. Responsibilities The development and maintenance of client-side and server-side applications. Working with other web developers as well as marketing teams and engineers to ensure the right look and necessary features are included in your work. Designing tests that will be implemented to keep software functional. Stay on top of expanding technologies and engineering trends. Skills Proficiency with HTML and CSS Being able to code with languages like JavaScript, Core MVC, and ASP.NET An adroitness with SQL, Ruby and Java for backend programming Building and accessing databases with NoSQL and Node.js Understanding the ins-and-outs of HTTP protocols, developer tools, SSL certificates and web application architecture Keeping track of changes made to code with Git version control system These Would Also Be Nice Good communication skills Thriving as a member of a team Understanding the needed technology for web development Keeping business needs in mind Wanting your work to appeal to clients Having the desire to continuously grow and learn
          

Software Engineer

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Software Engineer at one of 10,000+ companies looking for candidates just like you. Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You’ll receive salary and compensation details upfront? - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you’re interested in, to find a job you’ll love in less than 2 weeks. Software Engineers continue to be one of the most exciting and in-demand developer jobs available. Engineers code websites or applications on both the server and the client-facing side. It is a role that fuses both creative and practical concerns, as these engineers are responsible for everything the website user encounters, including scrolling functions and graphics, as well as creating the logic, database interactions and server configuration on the application's backend. In addition to programming the various features of client-side and user-side applications, software engineers are expected to upgrade and maintain both the back and frontend as needed. As new technologies emerge and platforms are expanded, the role will likely transform to suit these changes. Responsibilities The development and maintenance of client-side and server-side applications. Working with other web developers as well as marketing teams and engineers to ensure the right look and necessary features are included in your work. Designing tests that will be implemented to keep software functional. Stay on top of expanding technologies and engineering trends. Skills Proficiency with HTML and CSS Being able to code with languages like JavaScript, Core MVC, and ASP.NET An adroitness with SQL, Ruby and Java for backend programming Building and accessing databases with NoSQL and Node.js Understanding the ins-and-outs of HTTP protocols, developer tools, SSL certificates and web application architecture Keeping track of changes made to code with Git version control system These Would Also Be Nice Good communication skills Thriving as a member of a team Understanding the needed technology for web development Keeping business needs in mind Wanting your work to appeal to clients Having the desire to continuously grow and learn
          

Software Engineer

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Software Engineer at one of 10,000+ companies looking for candidates just like you. Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You’ll receive salary and compensation details upfront? - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you’re interested in, to find a job you’ll love in less than 2 weeks. Software Engineers continue to be one of the most exciting and in-demand developer jobs available. Engineers code websites or applications on both the server and the client-facing side. It is a role that fuses both creative and practical concerns, as these engineers are responsible for everything the website user encounters, including scrolling functions and graphics, as well as creating the logic, database interactions and server configuration on the application's backend. In addition to programming the various features of client-side and user-side applications, software engineers are expected to upgrade and maintain both the back and frontend as needed. As new technologies emerge and platforms are expanded, the role will likely transform to suit these changes. Responsibilities The development and maintenance of client-side and server-side applications. Working with other web developers as well as marketing teams and engineers to ensure the right look and necessary features are included in your work. Designing tests that will be implemented to keep software functional. Stay on top of expanding technologies and engineering trends. Skills Proficiency with HTML and CSS Being able to code with languages like JavaScript, Core MVC, and ASP.NET An adroitness with SQL, Ruby and Java for backend programming Building and accessing databases with NoSQL and Node.js Understanding the ins-and-outs of HTTP protocols, developer tools, SSL certificates and web application architecture Keeping track of changes made to code with Git version control system These Would Also Be Nice Good communication skills Thriving as a member of a team Understanding the needed technology for web development Keeping business needs in mind Wanting your work to appeal to clients Having the desire to continuously grow and learn
          

Software Engineer

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Software Engineer at one of 10,000+ companies looking for candidates just like you. Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You’ll receive salary and compensation details upfront? - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you’re interested in, to find a job you’ll love in less than 2 weeks. Software Engineers continue to be one of the most exciting and in-demand developer jobs available. Engineers code websites or applications on both the server and the client-facing side. It is a role that fuses both creative and practical concerns, as these engineers are responsible for everything the website user encounters, including scrolling functions and graphics, as well as creating the logic, database interactions and server configuration on the application's backend. In addition to programming the various features of client-side and user-side applications, software engineers are expected to upgrade and maintain both the back and frontend as needed. As new technologies emerge and platforms are expanded, the role will likely transform to suit these changes. Responsibilities The development and maintenance of client-side and server-side applications. Working with other web developers as well as marketing teams and engineers to ensure the right look and necessary features are included in your work. Designing tests that will be implemented to keep software functional. Stay on top of expanding technologies and engineering trends. Skills Proficiency with HTML and CSS Being able to code with languages like JavaScript, Core MVC, and ASP.NET An adroitness with SQL, Ruby and Java for backend programming Building and accessing databases with NoSQL and Node.js Understanding the ins-and-outs of HTTP protocols, developer tools, SSL certificates and web application architecture Keeping track of changes made to code with Git version control system These Would Also Be Nice Good communication skills Thriving as a member of a team Understanding the needed technology for web development Keeping business needs in mind Wanting your work to appeal to clients Having the desire to continuously grow and learn
          

Software Engineer (Security Clearance Required) - Carol Stream

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Software Engineer (Security Clearance Required) at one of 10,000+ companies looking for candidates just like you. Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You’ll receive salary and compensation details upfront? - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you’re interested in, to find a job you’ll love in less than 2 weeks. Software Engineers with security clearances are responsible for everything the website user encounters, including scrolling functions and graphics, as well as creates the logic, database interactions and server configuration on the application's backend. In addition to programming the various features of client-side and user-side applications, software engineers are expected to upgrade and maintain both the back and front-end as needed. As new technologies emerge and platforms are expanded, the role will likely transform to suit these changes. Responsibilities The development and maintenance of client-side and server-side applications. Working with other web developers as well as marketing teams and engineers to ensure the right look and necessary features are included in your work. Designing tests that will be implemented to keep software functional. Stay on top of expanding technologies and engineering trends. Skills Proficiency with HTML and CSS Being able to code with languages like JavaScript, Core MVC, and ASP.NET An adroitness with SQL, Ruby and Java for backend programming Building and accessing databases with NoSQL and Node.js Understanding the ins-and-outs of HTTP protocols, developer tools, SSL certificates and web application architecture Keeping track of changes made to code with Git version control system These Would Also Be Nice Good communication skills Thriving as a member of a team Understanding the needed technology for web development Keeping business needs in mind Wanting your work to appeal to clients Having the desire to continuously grow and learn
          

Backend Engineer

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Backend Engineer at one of 10,000+ companies looking for candidates just like you. Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You’ll receive salary and compensation details upfront? - before the interview? - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you’re interested in, to find a job you’ll love in less than 2 weeks. Being a backend engineer means that you are responsible for the construction and the efficiency of all the backend functionality for our website. You are crucial in getting a project off and running. As a backend developer, you can integrate user-facing elements created by frontend developers with server-side logic, as well as build libraries and reusable code for future use. Our engineers are ambitious, multifaceted and can work independently and in a team environment to get the job done. Responsibilities Using frameworks to build service-side software and integrate APIs and cloud computing Analyzing and compiling data, codes and processes to identify areas of improvement and resolve issues Work jointly with frontend developers along with other team members to set up objectives, as well as design cohesive, functional script Think strategically, creatively and innovatively using sound judgment and technical skills Strong understanding of programming techniques and tools, as well as the web development cycle Record data and report findings to the appropriate parties Proficiency in writing and optimizing SQL queries Create security settings, restore and back up technologies for databases and websites Work in a fast-paced, ambiguous environment while managing and prioritizing multiple responsibilities What Skills 2+ years experience with backend web development 2+ years of experience building well tested high volume, large-scale, distributed systems Experience with programming languages like HTML, Ruby, PHP, Python, C# or Java Experience with creating REST APIs and version control like Git Experience with modern MVC frameworks such as Django, Rails, Pyramid, Flask, Sails and Laravel Experience application architecture stacks, including API layer, business logic, data modeling, hosting, network and UI/UX Superb communication, time management, analytical, mathematical and problem-solving skills Keep up-to-date with the latest advancements in technology B.S. in computer engineering, web development, computer science or equivalent experience These Would Also Be Nice Experience creating mobile applications using Objective-C, Swift or Android Experience with cloud development (AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud) Experience doing unit testing with Virtual Machines Experience with Webpack
          

Hybris DevOps Engineer - Rapid City

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Requisition Number: 70537 Insight is looking to add a dynamic Sr Hybris DevOps Engineer to join our Global team that will work on designing, developing and supporting the Hybris platform to connect with our global SAP ERP system.  If you meet the qualifications below and desire to work in a dynamic and fast paced environment then we want to talk to you. Job Responsibilities: Understand and effectively communicate Java features and limitations in the context of design and development decisions Help manage the design and development process, drive decisions, and coordinate efforts with fellow teammates Serve as a subject matter expert on his/her team Job Requirements: 7+ years of experience as Java Developer 4+ years of expereince with , J2EE, Spring, Hibernate, Camel, Groovy 4+ years of experience with SAP CPI and Hybris E-Commerce Platform Strong working experience with Web Services (REST, SOAP, JSON, SOAand ESB) CICD Experience Perferred Familiarity with Agile/Scrum practices Knowledge of Test Driven Development (TDD) Ability to come up with accurate development estimates based on high-level business and/or technical requirements Excellent communication, organizational and problem solving skills Enjoy working collaboratively with a team, while also possessing a strong independent work ethic The position described above provides a summary of some the job duties required and what it would be like to work at Insight. For a comprehensive list of physical demands and work environment for this position,  click here . Today, every business is a technology business. Insight Enterprises, Inc. empowers organizations of all sizes with Insight Intelligent Technology Solutions™ and services to maximize the business value of IT. As a Fortune 500-ranked global provider of digital innovation, cloud/data center transformation, connected workforce, and supply chain optimization solutions and services, we help clients successfully manage their IT today while transforming for tomorrow. From IT strategy and design to implementation and management, our 6,800 employees help clients innovate and optimize their operations to run smarter. Discover more at insight.com . Global provider of Intelligent Technology Solutions™ for organizations of all sizes Ranked #417 on the 2018 Fortune 500, #12 on the CRN Solution Provider 500 Founded in 1988 in Tempe, Arizona; now celebrating our 30th anniversary and operating in 20 countries $6.7 billion in revenue for 2017 8,000+ teammates worldwide working with 5,300+ partners 2017 Arizona’s Most Admired Companies (AZ Business Magazine), #7 2017 Best Places to Work (Phoenix Business Journal) 2018 Dell EMC Server Partner of the Year, 2018 Intel Retail Solution Partner of the Year, 2018 IBM Geography Excellence Award as the Top National Strategic Business Partner in North America, Microsoft’s largest global partner Today's talent leads tomorrow's success. Learn about careers at Insight:  jobs.insight.com . Insight is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by law. Posting Notes: Tempe || Arizona (US-AZ) || United States (US) || None || None || Remote || #LI-US
          

Software Engineer

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Join Hired and find your dream job as a Software Engineer at one of 10,000+ companies looking for candidates just like you. Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You’ll receive salary and compensation details upfront? - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you’re interested in, to find a job you’ll love in less than 2 weeks. Software Engineers continue to be one of the most exciting and in-demand developer jobs available. Engineers code websites or applications on both the server and the client-facing side. It is a role that fuses both creative and practical concerns, as these engineers are responsible for everything the website user encounters, including scrolling functions and graphics, as well as creating the logic, database interactions and server configuration on the application's backend. In addition to programming the various features of client-side and user-side applications, software engineers are expected to upgrade and maintain both the back and frontend as needed. As new technologies emerge and platforms are expanded, the role will likely transform to suit these changes. Responsibilities The development and maintenance of client-side and server-side applications. Working with other web developers as well as marketing teams and engineers to ensure the right look and necessary features are included in your work. Designing tests that will be implemented to keep software functional. Stay on top of expanding technologies and engineering trends. Skills Proficiency with HTML and CSS Being able to code with languages like JavaScript, Core MVC, and ASP.NET An adroitness with SQL, Ruby and Java for backend programming Building and accessing databases with NoSQL and Node.js Understanding the ins-and-outs of HTTP protocols, developer tools, SSL certificates and web application architecture Keeping track of changes made to code with Git version control system These Would Also Be Nice Good communication skills Thriving as a member of a team Understanding the needed technology for web development Keeping business needs in mind Wanting your work to appeal to clients Having the desire to continuously grow and learn
          

V&V SOFTWARE TEST ENGINEER – AEROSPACE APPLICATIONS

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QuEST Global Engineering [www.quest-global.com], leader nel settore dei servizi di ingegneria, per il rafforzamento della propria Divisione Aerospace & Defence seleziona un profilo di V&V SOFTWARE TEST ENGINEER Sede di lavoro: area Torino La risorsa selezionata, all’interno di un team chiamato a fornire supporto ingegneristico in attività di SW V&V/SW Test Engineering (ambito: Aviation), si occuperà di definire ed eseguire test finalizzati a verificare la qualità, funzionalità ed affidabilità del software in coerenza con specifiche normative di settore. In particolare, sarà coinvolta nelle seguenti attività: - analisi di specifiche e requisiti del SW; - definizione test plan / test lists; - esecuzione test (statici, dinamici) sia manualmente sia mediante l’utilizzo di specifici tools di esecuzione automatizzata; - stesura test reports / bug reports; - supporto a SW Developers per implementazioni e troubleshooting e verifica finale dell’output Il/La candidato/a ideale possiede i seguenti requisiti: - Laurea in Ingegneria Informatica / Elettronica / Aerospaziale; - almeno un anno di esperienza in ruolo analogo maturata in contesti R&D strutturati afferenti settori Aerospace, Automotive, Railways o simili; - familiarità con concetti e metodologie di Software Engineering e Software Testing/Validation (es. definizione di test procedures, conoscenza V-model e relativo workflow, etc); - familiarità con programmazione ad oggetti, conoscenza dei più comuni linguaggi di programmazione quali C, C++, C# (eventuale conoscenza/capacità di sviluppo di Python sarà considerata requisito preferenziale); - basiche conoscenze in materia di sistemi embedded e Real Time Operating Systems (eventuale conoscenza/capacità di sviluppo in linguaggio C per sistemi emedded real time sarà considerata requisito preferenziale); - conoscenza di test tools quali VectorCAST e/o Cantata Completano il profilo ideale spiccate doti analitiche, di problem solving, organizzazione e metodo, orientamento al risultato in contesto lavorativo dinamico e caratterizzato da stringenti deadlines, affidabilità, attitudine al al lavoro in team nonché forti capacità di comunicazione e gestione delle relazioni, unitamente a flessibilità organizzativa e disponibilità ad effettuare trasferte. Per candidarsi a questa offerta inviare un’e-mail a francesco.lotti@quest-global.com, allegando il curriculum vitae ed indicando nell'oggetto il titolo della posizione d'interesse.
          

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The People Who Resurrected Samurai Shodown

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Kaito Soranaka (Planner): He was primarily in charge of the battle system, and also served as the director of SNK Heroines. Nobuyuki Kuroki (Director): The director who supervised the entire project, also a long-time developer who worked on Fatal Fury, etc. Yumi Saji (Character Designer): She was in charge of the character design, and also... Continue Reading
          

Benefits Analyst - Cleveland Office

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OH-Cleveland, Overview NRP Investments, LLC, founded in 1994, is a full-service developer, general contractor, and property manager of multifamily, senior, and student housing throughout the United States. From start to finish, every development NRP Group works on is carefully contemplated and executed to maximize investment return cost efficiency, productivity and satisfaction. NRP Investments, LLC is recogniz
          

Latest in Planet Python: Open Source, SaaS and Monetization; Some Python Guides

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  • Open Source, SaaS and Monetization

    When you're reading this blog post Sentry which I have been working on for the last few years has undergone a license change. Making money with Open Source has always been a complex topic and over the years my own ideas of how this should be done have become less and less clear. The following text is an attempt to summarize my thoughts on it an to put some more clarification on how we ended up picking the BSL license for Sentry.

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    Open Source is pretty clear cut: it does not discriminate. If you get the source, you can do with it what you want (within the terms of the license) and no matter who you are (within the terms of the license). However as Open Source is defined — and also how I see it — Open Source comes with no strings attached. The moment we restrict what you can do with it — like not compete — it becomes something else.

    The license of choice is the BSL. We looked at many things and the one we can to is the idea of putting a form of natural delay into our releases and the BSL does that. We make sure that if time passes all we have, becomes Open Source again but until that point it's almost Open Source but with strings attached. This means for as long as we innovate there is some natural disadvantage for someone competing with the core product while still ensuring that our product stays around and healthy in the Open Source space.

    If enough time passes everything becomes available again under the Apache 2 license.

    This ensures that no matter what happens to Sentry the company or product, it will always be there for the Open Source community. Worst case, it just requires some time.

    I'm personally really happy with the BSL. I cannot guarantee that after years no better ideas came around but this is the closest I have seen that I feel very satisfied with where I can say that I stand behind it.

  • How to Handle Coroutines with asyncio in Python

    When a program becomes very long and complex, it is convenient to divide it into subroutines, each of which implements a specific task. However, subroutines cannot be executed independently, but only at the request of the main program, which is responsible for coordinating the use of subroutines.

  • When to Use a List Comprehension in Python

    Python is famous for allowing you to write code that’s elegant, easy to write, and almost as easy to read as plain English. One of the language’s most distinctive features is the list comprehension, which you can use to create powerful functionality within a single line of code. However, many developers struggle to fully leverage the more advanced features of a list comprehension in Python. Some programmers even use them too much, which can lead to code that’s less efficient and harder to read.

    By the end of this tutorial, you’ll understand the full power of Python list comprehensions and how to use their features comfortably. You’ll also gain an understanding of the trade-offs that come with using them so that you can determine when other approaches are more preferable.


          

Oho Group Ltd.: Java Developer - Contract

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50 - 56 GBP Per Year: Oho Group Ltd.: Software Engineer – Contract/JAVA/Python/Architecture Oho are working with one of the world’s leading tech companies based in Hertfordshire. Our cl... Hatfield
          

Square One Resources: Node.JS Developer Hertfordshire £450 3 Months Contract

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Up to £450 per day: Square One Resources: Node.JS Developer | Media Company | Hertfordshire | £450 Per Day | 3 Months Rolling Contract Node.JS Developer with extensive Microsevices experien... Hertfordshire, South East, Hemel Hempstead
          

Understanding Recruitment: Front End Developer - Some Remote Working

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£30000.00 - £55000.00 per annum + benefits: Understanding Recruitment: Front End Developer - Some Remote Working We have an exciting opportunity for a Front End Developer with good UX/UI design skills, to join a well-e... Hertfordshire, South East, Hemel Hempstead
          

A C Human Resources Ltd: Full Stack Developer

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£60000 - £100000 per annum + Additional Benefits: A C Human Resources Ltd: We are a Research and Development company based in Hertfordshire, over the last couple of years we have been busy designing and developing the worl... Hertfordshire, South East
          

TYCOON SIMULATOR TRANSPORT FEVER 2 LAUNCHES DECEMBER 11 ON WINDOWS PC AND LINUX

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Good Shepherd Entertainment and developer Urban Games have revealed that Transport Fever 2, the next great tycoon simulation game from the makers of the hit Transport Fever and Train Fever series, will launch on Dec. 11, 2019 for Windows PC and Linux via Steam. Additionally, to celebrate the three year anniversary of the successful release of the original Transport Fever, the game will be 80% off on Steam from now until Friday, November 8th.
          

Microsoft Full Stack .NET Developer (App Sys Eng 4)

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Job Description
At Wells Fargo, we want to satisfy our customers' financial needs and help them succeed financially. We're looking for talented people who will put our customers at the center of everything we do. Join our diverse and inclusive team where you'll feel valued and inspired to contribute your unique skills and experience.Help us build a better Wells Fargo. It all begins with outstanding talent. It all begins with you.Wells Fargo Technology sets IT strategy; enhances the design, development, and operations of our systems; optimizes the Wells Fargo infrastructure footprint; provides information security; and enables continuous banking access through in-store, online, ATM, and other channels to Wells Fargo's more than 70 million global customers.This Microsoft Full Stack .NET Developer (App Sys Eng 4) will be responsible for analysis, development, support and maintenance of internally developed application solutions. Qualified candidates will have a strong leadership presence, solid technical background, experience consulting on business solutions as well as creating and maintaining solid relationships with business and technology partners.The EFT Service Operations Technology - Configuration and Vulnerability team is part of the EFT ITforIT Group. We are currently seeking a Application Systems Engineer to join our team in supporting the needs of Wells Fargo, Corporate Technology, and our EFT business partners by providing applications, services, and tools that enable them to deliver simple, safe and sound, innovative and integrated solutions and services to our customers, business partners, and team members. The qualified candidate should have proven experience working with development teams and business partners to develop integrated solutions to meet Line of Business demands. This candidate must be familiar with Wells Fargo procedures and regulations as well as be able to work with multiple project managers, business partners and technology partners to drive for cost effective and efficient solutions. These positions will :---Analyze business requirements, designs and writes technical specifications to design or redesign computer solutions.---Lead work efforts, including assignment of tasks, and provides direction and guidance to less experienced staff.---Develop original and/or complex code or provides coding guidance to less experienced staff.---Assure quality, security and compliance requirements are met for supported area ----Contribute to project and technical documentation.---Act as an escalation point for application support and troubleshooting, provides guidance and direction to less experienced staff in resolution of escalated issues and/or complex production, application or system problems.---Participates in the updating and testing of the business continuation plan---Verify program logic by overseeing the preparation of test data, testing and debugging of programs.---Participate in overall systems testing.---Participate in the migration of applications to production.

Required Qualifications
  • 5+ years of application development and implementation experience
  • 5+ years of application development experience with ASP.NET(C#)
  • 5+ years of Object Oriented experience
  • 3+ years of MS SQL server experience
  • 3+ years of PL/SQL experience
  • 3+ years of application production support experience
  • 2+ years of SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) experience

    Desired Qualifications
    • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
    • Knowledge and understanding of SDLC (System Development Life Cycle)
    • 3+ years of Web Services experience
    • 3+ years of MVC (Model-View-Controller) Framework experience
    • 3 + years of Team Foundation Server (TFS) experience
    • 3+ years of Telerik Controls experience
    • 2+ years of financial services industry experience
    • A BS/BA degree or higher
    • A BS/BA degree or higher in information technology

      Other Desired Qualifications
      • 2+ years of experience working with QA and other Technology teams within Wells Fargo.
      • 2+ years of agile software development techniques
      • Experience with technology integration and data mapping/transformation technologies
      • Wells Fargo development experience.
      • Understanding of Wells Fargo Hosting offerings.



        Street Address
        NC-Charlotte: 1525 W Wt Harris Blvd - Charlotte, NC
        MN-Minneapolis: 600 S 4th St - Minneapolis, MN
        AZ-Chandler: 2600 S Price Rd - Chandler, AZ


        Disclaimer

        All offers for employment with Wells Fargo are contingent upon the candidate having successfully completed a criminal background check. Wells Fargo will consider qualified candidates with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable local, state and Federal law, including Section 19 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act.

        Relevant military experience is considered for veterans and transitioning service men and women.
        Wells Fargo is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation.

          

Applications Security Champion (Apps Systems Engineer 6)

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Important Note: During the application process, ensure your contact information (email and phone number) is up to date and upload your current resume prior to submitting your application for consideration. To participate in some selection activities you will need to respond to an invitation. The invitation can be sent by both email and text message. - In order to receive text message invitations, your profile must include a mobile phone number designated as "Personal Cell" or "Cellular" in the contact information of your application.At Wells Fargo, we want to satisfy our customers' financial needs and help them succeed financially. We're looking for talented people who will put our customers at the center of everything we do. Join our diverse and inclusive team where you'll feel valued and inspired to contribute your unique skills and experience.Help us build a better Wells Fargo. It all begins with outstanding talent. It all begins with you.Wells Fargo Technology sets IT strategy; enhances the design, development, and operations of our systems; optimizes the Wells Fargo infrastructure footprint; provides information security; and enables continuous banking access through in-store, online, ATM, and other channels to Wells Fargo's more than 70 million global customers.We have several openings for Application Security Champions to play an integral part of the Enterprise Application Security Program to formalize and enhance the capability to manage and remediate vulnerabilities identified by our applications and systems. This position is also accountable for implementing processes and practices in support of the Enterprise Application Security Program and champion Information Security best practices. - - -The core responsibilities for this position are:--- Provide technical guidance to developers on discovering and remediating software coding security vulnerabilities.--- Ensure strong progress through side by side work with app managers through key secure coding deliverables.--- Partner with architects and application development teams in secure software design.--- Provide the Secure Software Group (SSG) in Enterprise Information Security (EIS) feedback on information security related processes, tools, and procedures.--- Support communication efforts with application teams.--- Apply knowledge of information security and application development industry trends and technology to drive organizational change and position to properly manage and remediate vulnerabilities.The preferred locations are Minneapolis, MN; Charlotte, NC; Richmond, VA; and Chandler, AZ, however other locations within Wells Fargo footprint locations may be considered.

Required Qualifications
  • 10+ years of application development and implementation experience
  • 10+ years of Information Security Frameworks and standards (FFIEC, NIST, ISO) experience
  • 5+ years of web applications experience
  • 6+ years of SDLC (System Development Life Cycle) experience

    Desired Qualifications
    • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
    • Configuration Management Tools experience
    • Secure SDLC (System Development Life Cycle) methodologies experience
    • Knowledge and understanding of threat analysis and assessment of potential and current information security risk/threats
    • Knowledge and understanding of security consulting on complex issues related to data access, integrity, confidentiality and business continuity
    • SAST (Static Analysis Software Testing) experience
    • Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLP)
    • Ability to identify and manage complex issues and negotiate solutions within a geographically dispersed organization
    • A BS/BA degree or higher in information technology

      Other Desired Qualifications
      • Hands-on experience in configuring software tools in various environments.
      • Knowledge and understanding of Fortify Code Analyzer and Checkmarx
      • Knowledge or experience with all or some of the following practices; threat modeling, static analysis, bug bars, attack surface analysis, risk/privacy assessments, dynamic analysis, design requirements.
      • Hands-on experience with application security coding.
      • Application security experience with banking/financial services applications.
      • Project Management / Technical Lead experience



        Street Address
        AZ-Chandler: 2600 S Price Rd - Chandler, AZ
        NC-Charlotte: 1525 W Wt Harris Blvd - Charlotte, NC
        VA-Glen Allen: 4340 Innslake Dr - Glen Allen, VA
        MN-Minneapolis: 550 South 4th St - Minneapolis, MN


        Disclaimer

        All offers for employment with Wells Fargo are contingent upon the candidate having successfully completed a criminal background check. Wells Fargo will consider qualified candidates with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable local, state and Federal law, including Section 19 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act.

        Relevant military experience is considered for veterans and transitioning service men and women.
        Wells Fargo is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation.

          

PDFpen 11.2 Adds Content Editing in Table Cells

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November 5, 2019 – Smile, the developer of productivity applications for Mac®, iPhone® and iPad®, has released PDFpen and PDFpenPro 11.2, an update to its all-purpose PDF editing tool for Mac. Version 11.2 adds content editing in table cells. PDFpen 11.2 adds the ability to modify, add and delete text or numbers within table cells,… Read More »
          

Senior Technical Product Manager - Cranston

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Job DescriptionJoin Hired and find your dream job as a Senior Technical Product Manager at one of 10,000+ companies looking for candidates just like you. Companies on Hired apply to you, not the other way around. You''ll receive salary and compensation details upfront? - before the interview - and be able to choose from a variety of industries you''re interested in, to find a job you''ll love in less than 2 weeks. A Senior Technical Product Manager (PM) has a strong technical background that is focused on the more technical aspects of the product; and works closely with the engineering team. With their technical acumen and deeper familiarity with the inner workings of the engineering organization, they are better able to properly assess whether engineering estimates are correct, review technical specifications, architecture and networking plans, and participate in security, scalability and infrastructure activities. This role may also be called upon when it comes to working with third parties, whether it''s evaluating APIs and capabilities, mapping out integration plans or evaluating different technology options. Senior Technical Product Managers are not writing code or creating networking diagrams. Join today because many of our companies are looking for Senior Technical Product Managers with the following types of experiences: Responsibilities Uncover and understand customer needs and translate them into requirements. Ability to work well with internal teams, including developers, engineers, architects, quality assurance and operations. Ensure requirements are fully understood and that implementation plans match expectations. Understand, research and follow technical trends in the industry and in general. Able to assess emerging products and companies to measure their potential value or threat to the company and its products. Make recommendations on which new technologies to invest in or leverage. Follow competitors and conduct capability analysis regularly. Provide internal and customer training on how to use the product. Answer incoming questions about the product and its capabilities. Assess and address technical risks. Understand and analyze data pipelines, algorithms and automated systems. Use database queries to analyze performance indicators, evaluate experiments, etc. Define success criteria for testing and product acceptance. Facilitate creation and maintenance of proper product documentation. Nice to Haves Bachelor''s Degree in Computer Science, Engineering (or similar area of study). Strong verbal, presentation and written communication skills for technical teams. 2-5 years of relevant product-related experience. Experience with Oracle, SQL, NOSQL Java, Javascript, REST, EDI, SOAP, React, Agile and Scrum. Strong Object-Oriented Programming Skills. Good understanding of data structures and algorithms. Demonstrated experience executing significant cross-functional projects. Strong analytical skill set and a high degree of proficiency in data mining. Recent experience in a similar Technical Product Manager Job capacity.by Jobble
          

Hybris DevOps Engineer

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Requisition Number: 70537--Insight is looking to add a dynamic--Sr Hybris--DevOps Engineer--to join our--Global team--that will work on designing, developing and supporting the Hybris platform to connect with our global SAP ERP system.-- If you meet the qualifications below and desire to work in a dynamic and fast paced environment then we want to talk to you.--Job Responsibilities:
  • Understand and effectively communicate Java features and limitations in the context of design and development decisions
  • Help manage the design and development process, drive decisions, and coordinate efforts with fellow--teammates
  • Serve as a subject matter expert on his/her team--Job Requirements:
    • 7+ years of experience--as Java Developer
    • 4+ years of expereince with , J2EE, Spring, Hibernate, Camel, Groovy
    • 4+ years of experience with SAP CPI and Hybris E-Commerce Platform
    • Strong working experience with Web Services (REST, SOAP, JSON, SOAand ESB)
    • CICD Experience Perferred
    • Familiarity with Agile/Scrum practices
    • Knowledge of Test Driven Development (TDD)
    • Ability to come up with accurate development estimates based on high-level business and/or technical requirements
    • Excellent communication, organizational and problem solving skills
    • Enjoy working collaboratively with a team, while also possessing a strong independent work ethic--The position described above provides a summary of some the job duties required and what it would be like to work at Insight. For a comprehensive list of physical demands and work environment for this position,--.Today, every business is a technology business. Insight Enterprises, Inc. empowers organizations of all sizes with Insight Intelligent Technology Solutions--- and services to maximize the business value of IT. As a Fortune 500-ranked global provider of digital innovation, cloud/data center transformation, connected workforce, and supply chain optimization solutions and services, we help clients successfully manage their IT today while transforming for tomorrow. From IT strategy and design to implementation and management, our 6,800 employees help clients innovate and optimize their operations to run smarter. Discover more at .--
      • Global provider of Intelligent Technology Solutions--- for organizations of all sizes
      • Ranked #417 on the 2018 Fortune 500, #12 on the CRN Solution Provider 500
      • Founded in 1988 in Tempe, Arizona; now celebrating our 30th anniversary--and operating in 20 countries
      • $6.7 billion in revenue for 2017
      • 8,000+ teammates worldwide working with 5,300+ partners
      • 2017 Arizona's Most Admired Companies (AZ Business Magazine),--#7 2017 Best Places to Work (Phoenix Business Journal)
      • 2018 Dell EMC Server Partner of the Year, 2018 Intel Retail Solution Partner of the Year, 2018 IBM Geography Excellence Award as the Top National Strategic Business Partner in North America, Microsoft's largest global partner----Today's talent leads--tomorrow's success. Learn about careers at Insight:--.--Insight is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by law.--Posting Notes:--Tempe------Arizona (US-AZ)------United States (US)------None---- None------Remote----#LI-US
          

Senior Technical Product Manager - Plymouth

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