EXTENSION TO DEADLINE!!! DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND!!   

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Due to the many requests we have had, we would like to announce that the deadline to Suspend.ed in Pink has been extended!!


So the new dates are:


DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS AND PAYMENTS: 28TH OF SEPTEMBER 2012.

DEADLINE FOR DEVLIVERY (IF ACCEPTED) 28TH OCTOBER 2012.

thank you all and good luck!



          

7.1 Great Art Now - Postwork   

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Make your art pop like never before. Postwork is the process of enhancing your work, using 2D applications such as Photoshop or the free Gimp. With professional 3D artist, 3D coach and bestselling DAZ 3D vendor Val Cameron a.k.a. Waldemar B. from Dreamlight.

Price: $4.95 Special Price: $0.00


          

EJ Artist Reference Studio for Daz Studio Zbrush and Others   

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EJ Artist Reference Studio is a reference image browser for Daz Studio and other software, programmed in C#, the same computer programming language that Unity uses, and most modern Windows applications.

This application allows you to look at photos, renders, drawing, or any image file while working with your 3D applications like Daz Studio or Zbrush, or any other. This allows you to do better art, as you will be looking for references and don't depend on memory, and do things like.:

  • Create custom faces or bodies looking at images of people.
  • Pose a character looking at real-life photos.
  • Replicate a scene from a picture.
  • Style a 3d hair in the way it looks in real life.
  • Just browse images that you love and get inspired by them.

There are 3 ways of using EJ Artist Reference Studio:

DAZ STUDIO INTEGRATION: Includes an Install icon that creates a menu option to run the program from Daz Studio menu. Just click the icon and the menu option will be created. Click this menu, and it will run a new window of EJ Artist Reference Studio.

ZBRUSH 4R8 / ZBRUSH 2018 INTEGRATION (64bits): The program also comes as a Zbrush plugin for Zbrush 4R8 and Zbrush 2018 (64 bits versions), that creates a button to run the program from the Plugins menu. You can take this button and place it in another part of your interface.

GENERAL USE AS A STANDALONE APPLICATION: Just install it in the folder you prefer, and run it. It is recommended that you attach it to your taskbar so you always have it at hand, as you are going to use it very much.

EJ Artist Reference Studio has an interface with multiple tabs. Each tab is an image browser in which you can load an image from a folder. Then, you use the buttons to browse to the next and previous image in the same folder. If you want to select another image, just click it and you can go to another folder or set another image at any moment. You can also open more tabs, and have up to 20 image browsers for the same or different image folders.

You can also flip the view vertically or horizontally. The actual file of the image won't be altered, so it's safe: just the view will flip. You can also resize the window by hand or use one of the buttons for quick resize to two customizable big and small sizes. There are also transparency buttons that allow you to make the window more or less transparent so you can look through without having to minimize the window.

To make you feel comfortable while working, you can change the colors of the application, choosing the dark theme, the light theme, or custom colors. The custom theme you create, as well as the transparencies and quick, resize sizes, will be remembered for the next time you open the program.

With an intuitive and easy interface, and customizable colors and functions, it is created by artists for the artist. Don't hesitate and get this application, as it will soon become one of your must-have tools for inspiration and creation!

Price: $15.95 Special Price: $7.98


          

Isolabella Dress   

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Isolabella Dress is a Gothic/Victorian/Historical/Fairytale long dress. Fits Genesis 2 Female, Stephanie 6, Teen Josie 6, Gia 6, Victoria 6, The Girl 6, Olympia 6, and V4 shape for Genesis 2 Female.

You have six full beautiful material presets for the dress: Black, Blue, Green, Purple, Red, and White, and the clasps can be set to gold, silver, black metal, copper, or bronze. These material presets are matching the style of Isolabella Jewels, so they look great together if you want to use them.

In addition you can hide the vertical strips to achieve an alternative look, or hide the skirt, to turn the dress into a corset. You can combine these options with all the mats, so you can choose any color, as these are partial mats. You can even combine the two hiding options.

For posing you also get eight full body poses, eight dress poses for those, and tools for zeroing the legs and using your poses, as well as three basic zero poses in sit and kneel positions as start points for posing. The dress can be adjusted to sit and lay/kneel on the floor with the dress around in a romantic pose.

Contains 48 morphs in 12 categories to adjust and move. All material presets have their equivalent Poser materials, and the dress can be used in both applications using DSON Importer for Poser.

Price: $17.95 Special Price: $8.98


          

Splunk Engineer--Lifecycle A&E - Verizon - Auburn Hills, MI   

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You will leverage your experience in architecting, implementing, and using Splunk solutions and applications to integrate data feeds and create content in a…
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Ensure a Seamless ERP Cloud Migration   

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We've created a guide for you that will layout the reasons why you can't keep hiding behind your legacy ERP, and how you can begin the modernization process. It will become available for you to download immediately, as a 'thank you' for participating in this brief Enterprise Applications Software Research Program. Published by: TechTarget
          

MariaDB Platform : Guide de haute disponibilité, un livre blanc de 24 pages à télécharger   

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MariaDB Platform : Guide de haute disponibilité

Aujourd'hui, les entreprises connaissent une transformation numérique : les opérations hors ligne deviennent des opérations en ligne, les applications d'entreprise deviennent des applications orientées client et l'engagement se fait partout et n'importe où via des applications web, mobiles et Internet des objets (IoT). Pour ce qui est de l'expérience client, la disponibilité n'est pas une préférence, mais une exigence.

Tout est axé sur les données. Elles...
          

Graphene-Lined Clothing Could Prevent Mosquito Bites   

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Scientists have found the carbon-based material graphene extremely useful in applications ranging from 3D printing to electronic devices to the creation of new materials. Now a team at Brown University has explored a rather novel use of the two-dimensional material—to help prevent someone from getting bitten by mosquitoes.

A team led by Robert Hurt, a professor in Brown’s School of Engineering, has developed fabrics that use graphene to repel mosquitoes in two distinct ways, researchers said.

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MIT engineers have developed robotic thread (in black) that can be steered magnetically and is small enough to work through narrow spaces such as the vasculature of the human brain. The researchers envision the technology may be used in the future to clear blockages in patients with stroke and aneurysms. (Source: MIT)

One is by acting as a barrier the pesky insects are unable to bite through, they said. The textile’s use of graphene also has proven in experiments to block chemical signals the pesky insects use to sense blood, which dims their urge to bite someone in the first place, researchers said.

Mosquitoes carry serious and sometimes-fatal diseases such as malaria and dengue fever in many parts of the world where medical care is limited, and can infect humans with their bite. This is why there is “a lot of interest in non-chemical mosquito bite protection,” Hurt said in a press statement.

His team already had been working on fabrics that integrate graphene as a barrier against toxic chemicals, which inspired them to explore new uses for the material in textiles, he said. “We thought maybe graphene could provide mosquito bite protection as well,” Hurt said in the statement.

Permission to Bite

To test if graphene could indeed repel mosquitoes, researchers recruited some brave test subjects who were willing to put their arms in a mosquito-filled enclosure with a small patch of skin exposed to disease-free mosquitoes for biting.

The team compared the number of bites participants received on their bare skin, on skin covered in cheesecloth, and on skin covered by a graphene oxide (GO) films sheathed in cheesecloth. GO is a derivative of graphene that can be made into films.

The mosquitoes all but ignored the graphene patch, leading researchers to believe that the material might not just have a physical, but also a chemical component to blocking the insects, they said.

Indeed, the skin covered by dry GO films didn’t get a single bite; participants wearing the cheesecloth and those without protection were not so lucky, sustaining multiple bites.

The Chemical Connection

After this initial test, researchers set out to see if their idea that there is a chemical barrier to mosquitoes in graphene was correct. They dabbed some human sweat onto the outside of a graphene barrier that had previously blocked the mosquitoes. This time, the insects showed as much interest in the area as they did to bare skin, researchers said.

Further tests confirmed that the graphene oxide could provide puncture resistance to the proboscis of mosquitoes that do the biting. However, it worked only when the material was dry; graphene saturated with water would offer little resistance, researchers found.

A workaround for this would be to use GO with a reduced oxygen content called rGO, which proved to be a barrier in both wet and dry conditions, they said.

The team published a paper on their findings in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Researchers next want to try to find a way to make GO water resistant as well by stabilizing it, as it has a key advantage over rGO when designing and developing mosquito-resistant clothing, which is the team’s ultimate aim, Hurt said.

“GO is breathable, meaning you can sweat through it, while rGO isn’t,” he said in the statement. “So our preferred embodiment of this technology would be to find a way to stabilize GO mechanically so that is remains strong when wet. This next step would give us the full benefits of breathability and bite protection.”

Elizabeth Montalbano is a freelance writer who has written about technology and culture for more than 20 years. She has lived and worked as a professional journalist in Phoenix, San Francisco and New York City. In her free time she enjoys surfing, traveling, music, yoga and cooking. She currently resides in a village on the southwest coast of Portugal.

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Intern, Software Developer, Cloud - Autodesk - Canada   

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Autres compétences souhaitables mais non obligatoires. Stagiaire, Développeur Logiciel - Applications Cloud. Le candidat idéal sera un artisan pratique avec la…
From Autodesk - Mon, 07 Oct 2019 22:54:52 GMT - View all Canada jobs
          

Non-Solicited Applications - Tundra Oil & Gas Limited - Virden, MB   

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If you are interested in applying for a position with our company but do not see the position currently listed in the open opportunities, please feel free to…
From Tundra Oil & Gas Limited - Fri, 26 Apr 2019 18:00:18 GMT - View all Virden, MB jobs
          

Non-Solicited Applications - Tundra Oil & Gas Limited - Winnipeg, MB   

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If you are interested in applying for a position with our company but do not see the position currently listed in the open opportunities, please feel free to…
From Tundra Oil & Gas Limited - Fri, 26 Apr 2019 18:00:18 GMT - View all Winnipeg, MB jobs
          

Motorcycle Tragedy Is a Real Test for Boris Johnson   

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Motorcycle Tragedy Is a Real Test for Boris Johnson(Bloomberg Opinion) -- It is every family’s worst nightmare: a traffic accident that takes the life of a loved one, often through no fault of their own. Such incidents are usually an agonizing, private tragedy for those involved. The allegations in the case of 19-year-old Harry Dunn, however, are a matter of transatlantic diplomacy and threaten to become an embarrassment to the British prime minister Boris Johnson.They are also a reminder that diplomatic immunity is often used as a shield in ways that were never intended. Johnson, who once criticized the absurdity of the protections offered, can’t let his voice be muffled this time by his need to keep the Americans onside after Brexit.On Aug. 27, Dunn’s motorcycle collided head-on with a Volvo outside a U.S. intelligence base about 70 miles northwest of London; he suffered multiple injuries and was later pronounced dead. Dunn’s devastated family say they were told by police that they believe the Volvo driver was traveling on the wrong side of the road.The driver of the vehicle, named as 42-year-old Anne Sacoolas, is the wife of a U.S. diplomat who may have only been in the country for a short period. Police reported that she was cooperative initially and had no plans to leave the country. But after Dunn’s death, Sacoolas claimed immunity and returned to the U.S. with her family.The case has sparked outrage in the U.K. Harry Dunn and his family have suffered the ultimate irreversible harm, but they seem to have no recourse at all. Under the 1961 Vienna Convention, diplomats and their families are protected from prosecution in their host country, though the principle dates back thousands of years.It has survived so long for good reason. Not all judicial systems were independent or trustworthy. During the Cold War, there was always the danger that a honeytrap might ensnare a diplomat. But a road in Northamptonshire in 2019 is a long way from such dangers. In recent decades, immunity seems to be abused by diplomats more often than correctly invoked. Waivers of diplomatic immunity are, in practice, rare. Some years ago the Daily Telegraph revealed that the Metropolitan Police made 19 applications for such waivers in the five years to 2007 and most were rejected. A French diplomat accused of assault was sent home. Saudi officials escaped having to account for allegations of indecent assault and drug-dealing.Yet this isn’t just a problem of serious crimes and misdemeanors. If you included parking violations and other smaller offences, diplomatic law-breaking would count for a significant waste of time and resources for the London police.As London mayor, Johnson regularly criticized the U.S. ambassador Robert Tuttle for failing to pay the city’s daily 8 pound ($9.90) congestion charge over three years. “I think it’s the Geneva Convention which prevents me from slapping an ‘asbo’ on every single diplomat who fails to pay, I think it’s an unbelievable scandal,” Johnson said at the time, referring to the Anti-Social Behavior Order penalty that was often used back then against London’s young hooligans.On Monday Johnson broke his silence on Dunn, calling on the U.S. embassy to waive immunity and saying he’d raise the issue with the White House personally. He treads a fine line. His predecessor Tony Blair never lived down accusations that he was George W. Bush’s “poodle”; Johnson is struggling to appease Trump’s sensitivities on Iran and Huawei, both areas where the U.K. disagrees with the president.Brexit complicates things. Trump’s promise of a U.S./U.K. trade deal has become a cornerstone of Johnson’s promise that Brexit will be a success. But the Trump impeachment proceedings have been noted in Westminster. Johnson is often compared to the American president; their chumminess will look less advantageous the more trouble Trump finds himself in.Were immunity to be lifted and Sacoolas found to have caused death by dangerous driving, she might not be sent to prison. Sentences of up to 14 years can be handed down if the offender is under the influence of drink or drugs. But the maximum custodial term for death by “careless or inconsiderate driving” is five years and that is reserved “for rare cases when the blame is exceptionally high.” We’re not likely to find out anway.Could there be a better system? The renowned trial lawyer Geoffrey Robertson has argued that countries should either waive immunity or submit to an international court in criminal cases, with judges from the involved nations. “Any country that chooses to protect an embassy official against prosecution must be treated with the contempt it deserves: Its ambassador should be carpeted, any aid budget reviewed and full details of charges and evidence released to the media,” Robertson wrote nearly a decade ago.It’s hard to live up to such ideals when your entire post-Brexit strategy is about keeping one country happy.To contact the author of this story: Therese Raphael at traphael4@bloomberg.netTo contact the editor responsible for this story: James Boxell at jboxell@bloomberg.netThis column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners.Therese Raphael writes editorials on European politics and economics for Bloomberg Opinion. She was editorial page editor of the Wall Street Journal Europe.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinion©2019 Bloomberg L.P.



          

Motorcycle Tragedy Is a Real Test for Boris Johnson   

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Motorcycle Tragedy Is a Real Test for Boris Johnson(Bloomberg Opinion) -- It is every family’s worst nightmare: a traffic accident that takes the life of a loved one, often through no fault of their own. Such incidents are usually an agonizing, private tragedy for those involved. The allegations in the case of 19-year-old Harry Dunn, however, are a matter of transatlantic diplomacy and threaten to become an embarrassment to the British prime minister Boris Johnson.They are also a reminder that diplomatic immunity is often used as a shield in ways that were never intended. Johnson, who once criticized the absurdity of the protections offered, can’t let his voice be muffled this time by his need to keep the Americans onside after Brexit.On Aug. 27, Dunn’s motorcycle collided head-on with a Volvo outside a U.S. intelligence base about 70 miles northwest of London; he suffered multiple injuries and was later pronounced dead. Dunn’s devastated family say they were told by police that they believe the Volvo driver was traveling on the wrong side of the road.The driver of the vehicle, named as 42-year-old Anne Sacoolas, is the wife of a U.S. diplomat who may have only been in the country for a short period. Police reported that she was cooperative initially and had no plans to leave the country. But after Dunn’s death, Sacoolas claimed immunity and returned to the U.S. with her family.The case has sparked outrage in the U.K. Harry Dunn and his family have suffered the ultimate irreversible harm, but they seem to have no recourse at all. Under the 1961 Vienna Convention, diplomats and their families are protected from prosecution in their host country, though the principle dates back thousands of years.It has survived so long for good reason. Not all judicial systems were independent or trustworthy. During the Cold War, there was always the danger that a honeytrap might ensnare a diplomat. But a road in Northamptonshire in 2019 is a long way from such dangers. In recent decades, immunity seems to be abused by diplomats more often than correctly invoked. Waivers of diplomatic immunity are, in practice, rare. Some years ago the Daily Telegraph revealed that the Metropolitan Police made 19 applications for such waivers in the five years to 2007 and most were rejected. A French diplomat accused of assault was sent home. Saudi officials escaped having to account for allegations of indecent assault and drug-dealing.Yet this isn’t just a problem of serious crimes and misdemeanors. If you included parking violations and other smaller offences, diplomatic law-breaking would count for a significant waste of time and resources for the London police.As London mayor, Johnson regularly criticized the U.S. ambassador Robert Tuttle for failing to pay the city’s daily 8 pound ($9.90) congestion charge over three years. “I think it’s the Geneva Convention which prevents me from slapping an ‘asbo’ on every single diplomat who fails to pay, I think it’s an unbelievable scandal,” Johnson said at the time, referring to the Anti-Social Behavior Order penalty that was often used back then against London’s young hooligans.On Monday Johnson broke his silence on Dunn, calling on the U.S. embassy to waive immunity and saying he’d raise the issue with the White House personally. He treads a fine line. His predecessor Tony Blair never lived down accusations that he was George W. Bush’s “poodle”; Johnson is struggling to appease Trump’s sensitivities on Iran and Huawei, both areas where the U.K. disagrees with the president.Brexit complicates things. Trump’s promise of a U.S./U.K. trade deal has become a cornerstone of Johnson’s promise that Brexit will be a success. But the Trump impeachment proceedings have been noted in Westminster. Johnson is often compared to the American president; their chumminess will look less advantageous the more trouble Trump finds himself in.Were immunity to be lifted and Sacoolas found to have caused death by dangerous driving, she might not be sent to prison. Sentences of up to 14 years can be handed down if the offender is under the influence of drink or drugs. But the maximum custodial term for death by “careless or inconsiderate driving” is five years and that is reserved “for rare cases when the blame is exceptionally high.” We’re not likely to find out anway.Could there be a better system? The renowned trial lawyer Geoffrey Robertson has argued that countries should either waive immunity or submit to an international court in criminal cases, with judges from the involved nations. “Any country that chooses to protect an embassy official against prosecution must be treated with the contempt it deserves: Its ambassador should be carpeted, any aid budget reviewed and full details of charges and evidence released to the media,” Robertson wrote nearly a decade ago.It’s hard to live up to such ideals when your entire post-Brexit strategy is about keeping one country happy.To contact the author of this story: Therese Raphael at traphael4@bloomberg.netTo contact the editor responsible for this story: James Boxell at jboxell@bloomberg.netThis column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners.Therese Raphael writes editorials on European politics and economics for Bloomberg Opinion. She was editorial page editor of the Wall Street Journal Europe.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinion©2019 Bloomberg L.P.



          

HR Representative   

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MA-Newton, HR Representative/Recruiter ​ Description: The Recruiter/HR Representative primary responsibility is recruitment for all positions within the company. Will work directly with hiring managers to identify staffing needs and review with Human Resource Manager (HRM) to ensure within budget prior to posting. Conduct job searches and review of all applications received, ensuring applicants meet the mini
          

Data Scientist (627979)   

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NY-Yonkers, Our client is currently seeking a Data Scientist (627979) for a FTE (Full Time Perm employment) position, Contact bkubiak@judge.com, 732.497.4294, Please review the Qualifications: section, Position Overview: Data Scientist to be a part of one of the technology teams responsible for designing and building software components for the delivery of web applications to millions of clients users. This r
          

Qubit with Matthew Tamsett and Ravi Upreti   

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Our guests Matthew Tamsett and Ravi Upreti join Gabi Ferrara and Aja Hammerly to talk about data science and their project, Qubit. Qubit helps web companies by measuring different user experiences, analyzing that information, and using it to improve the website. They also use the collected data along with ML to predict things, such as which products users will prefer, in order to provide a customized website experience.

Matthew talks a little about his time at CERN and his transition from working in academia to industry. It’s actually fairly common for physicists to branch out into data science and high performance computing, Matthew explains. Later, Ravi and Matthew talk GCP shop with us, explaining how they moved Qubit to GCP and why. Using PubSub, BigQuery, and BigQuery ML, they can provide their customers with real-time solutions, which allows for more reactive personalization. Data can be analyzed and updates can be created and pushed much faster with GCP. Autoscaling and cloud management services provided by GCP have given the data scientists at Qubit back their sleep!

Matthew Tamsett

Matthew was trained in experimental particle physics at Royal Holloway University of London, and did his Ph.D. on the use of leptonic triggers for the detection of super symmetric signals at the ATLAS detector at CERN. Following this, he completed three post doctoral positions at CERN and on the neutrino experiment NOvA at Louisiana Tech University, Brookhaven National Laboratory, New York, and the University of Sussex UK, culminating in a EU Marie Curie fellowship. During this time, Matt co-authored many papers including playing a minor part in the discovery of the Higgs Boson. Since leaving academia in 2016, he’s worked at Qubit as a data scientist and later as lead data scientist where he lead a team working to improve the online shopping experience via the use of personalization, statistics and predictive modeling.

Ravi Upreti

Ravi has been working with Qubit for almost 4 years now and leads the platform engineering team there. He learned distributed computing, parallel algorithms and extreme computing at Edinburgh University. His four year stint at Ocado helped developed a strong domain knowledge for e-commerce, along with deep technical knowledge. Now it has all come together, as he gets to apply all these learnings to Qubit, at scale.

Cool things of the week
  • A developer goes to a DevOps conference blog
  • Cloud Build brings advanced CI/CD capabilities to GitHub blog
  • Cloud Build called out in Forrester Wave twitter
  • 6 strategies for scaling your serverless applications blog
Interview
  • Qubit site
  • Qubit Blog blog
  • Pub/Sub site
  • BigQuery site
  • BigQuery ML site
  • Cloud Datastore site
  • Cloud Memorystore site
  • Cloud Bigtable site
  • Cloud SQL site
  • Cloud AutoML site
  • Goodbye Hadoop. Building a streaming data processing pipeline on Google Cloud blog
Question of the week

How do you deploy a Windows container on GKE?

Where can you find us next?

Gabi will be at the Google Cloud Summit in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Aja will be at Cloud Next London.

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ABB Robotics PickMaster Twin robotic software   

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ABB Robotics has launched the third generation of PickMaster, its robotic software for vision-guided random flow picking and packing applications for the digital Factory of the Future.


          

Bell Flavors & Fragrances announces new hires and promotions at its headquarters   

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Bell Flavors & Fragrances is excited to announce the recent hire of Mike Haracz, senior corporate chef; Ben Stanley, corporate chef – sweet applications manager; Harry Park, research chef; as well as promotion of Casey Schallert to the position of senior research chef, at their headquarters in Northbrook, IL.


          

A message to applicants from the chair at Iowa State UPDATED   

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An update from Professor Jenks (4:24 PM Eastern, 07 October 2019):
The Chemistry Department at Iowa State University has an opening for an analytical or experimental physical chemist at the assistant professor level.  Applications were originally intended to close Sunday night, but software glitches caused problems from at least Friday onward.  Those have been addressed and applications will again be accepted through Thursday night Oct 10.  The software will close the window at 12:01 Friday morning. We apologize for the inconvenience and are glad to be able to re-open the position for those who were trying to apply.  (Contrary to an earlier comment, I do not have access to the names of anyone who had a partial application submitted; such people should also log into the application system again.) https://isu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/IowaStateJobs/job/Ames-IA/Assistant-Professor_R659
Via the comments on the open thread, a comment from William Jenks: 
I am the chemistry chair at ISU. This happened because no one here knew the new software closes at 12:01 AM on a date instead of 11:59 PM. Yes, every single one of us agrees this is stupid. Additionally, there was some kind of partial software problem for Friday and Saturday, too. Anyone with a partial application should hear from us very soon. If you tried to start an application and failed, please send me an email ASAP at wsjenks@iastate.edu. I will try to get you into the pool, but I will have to go through our HR people because only a finite number of people will see this post. But yes, we'd like to get you into the pool if at all possible. Very sorry.
Best wishes to those involved. 

          

Adjunct - Accounting and Operations Management - West Liberty University - West Liberty, WV   

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West Liberty University does not sponsor work visas. West Liberty University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes applications from all interested…
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Accounting Faculty - West Liberty University - West Liberty, WV   

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West Liberty University does not sponsor workvisas. West Liberty University is an EqualEmployment Opportunity Employer and welcomes applications from all…
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Clinical Psychology Faculty - West Liberty University - West Liberty, WV   

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West Liberty University isan Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes applications from all interestedindividuals. A doctorate in psychology is required;
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Mate 30 : le site permettant d’installer des applications Android brutalement débranché   

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LZPlay, un site chinois qui permettait d’installer manuellement des applications Android sur les téléphones Mate 30 que vient de lancer Huawei, n’est plus accessible depuis mercredi.
          

Vincent Granville posted a blog post   

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Vincent Granville posted a blog post

Surprising Uses of Synthetic Random Data Sets

I have used synthetic data sets many times for simulation purposes, most recently in my articles Six degrees of Separations between any two Datasets and How to Lie with p-values. Many applications (including the data sets themselves) can be found in my books Applied Stochastic Processes and New Foundations of Statistical Science. For instance, these data sets can be used to benchmark some statistical tests of hypothesis (the null hypothesis known to be true or false in advance) and to assess the power of such tests or confidence intervals. In other cases, it is used to simulate clusters and test cluster detection / pattern detection algorithms, see here.  I also used such data sets to discover two new deep conjectures in number theory (see here), to design new Fintech models such as bounded Brownian motions, and find new families of statistical distributions (see here).Goldbach's comet In this article, I focus on peculiar random data sets to prove -- heuristically -- two of the most famous math conjectures in number theory, related to prime numbers: the Twin Prime conjecture, and the Goldbach conjecture. The methodology is at the intersection of probability theory, experimental math, and probabilistic number theory. It involves working with infinite data sets, dwarfing any data set found in any business context.Read full article hereSee More

          

Planning applications in south Reading for the week ending 5 October   

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There were eight new planning applications in south Reading this week. They may be discussed at one of the next Reading Borough Council planning applications committees. Abbey ward Planning application 191489. Watlington House 44 Watlington Street Reading RG1 4RJ. Application for listed building consent for the replacement of five individual sashes (windows) on the west […]

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