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Kotlin was recently given official Android support status by Google, but it remains difficult to understand for many developers. The best way to start is by creating a complete app yourself, which you’ll do in this tutorial. In this tutorial, you’ll use Spring Boot for the API that powers your Android (+ Kotlin) mobile app. Spring Boot is a great way to create a robust REST API with a minimal amount of code.

I’m going to assume you have some Java experience and have at least played around with creating an Android app. If you don’t have any Android experience you should be able to follow along but you might have to Google a few things here and there.

Here is the complete code if you rather go straight to the end.

Before we start, let’s talk a bit about Kotlin.

Kotlin vs Java

Kotlin looks strange to newcomers. It resembles other languages you may have seen but some things look off, often because it is so concise!

Don’t panic - because it is so extensible there are many ways to write the same code, and many shortcuts that aren’t available in other languages. For example, often you’ll see curly brackets used as function parameters:

dialogBuilder.setPositiveButton("Delete", { dialog, whichButton ->
    deleteMovie(movie)
})

This is actually creating an anonymous function (a lambda) and passing it in. This function takes in two parameters which are here inferred. Take a look at the equivalent (pre-JRE 8) Java code:

dialogBuilder.setPositiveButton("Delete",
    new DialogInterface.OnClickListener() {
        public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int which) {
            deleteMovie(movie);
        }
    }
);

(Of course, now Java 8 has lambdas too).

Here is another example of some code we will use in a bit:

class MovieViewHolder(val view: View) : RecyclerView.ViewHolder(view)

In order to understand this you have to know several things:

Declaring a class with parentheses (i.e. (view: View)) means you are declaring the class’s primary constructor (and yes - there are secondary constructors as well). The colon : is similar to implements or extends but really is about Interfaces. Anything declared in the primary constructor is automatically declared as a property (member variable).

For clarity, this is the equivalent Java:

public static class MovieViewHolder extends RecyclerView.ViewHolder {
    public final View view;
    public MovieViewHolder(View v) {
        super(v);
        view = v;
   }
}

As a last example, look at the following bean:

package demo

data class Movie( val id: Int, val name: String )

That is the complete file. It declares a class with a constructor, two read-only properties (member variables), and assigns those in the constructor. Then data creates getters and setters for all our member variables, as well as equals(), toString() and others (see here if you want to see it in it’s full Java glory).

Now that you’ve got some background, let’s get started!

Create the Spring Boot API for Your Android + Kotlin Project

The official Spring Boot tutorials suggest you use the Initializr Website to create a starting skeleton but I find it easier to build projects from scratch.

To start, initialize an empty directory with Gradle (make sure you’ve installed Gradle and that it’s available on the command line).

C:\Users\Karl\Kotlin-Spring>gradle init

BUILD SUCCESSFUL in 3s
2 actionable tasks: 2 executed
C:\Users\Karl\Kotlin-Spring>

You should have two folders and four files.

.
├── build.gradle
├── gradle
│   └── wrapper
│       ├── gradle-wrapper.jar
│       └── gradle-wrapper.properties
├── gradlew
├── gradlew.bat
└── settings.gradle

2 directories, 6 files

Now change build.gradle to the following:

buildscript {
    ext.kotlin_version = '1.2.61' // Required for Kotlin integration
    ext.spring_boot_version = '2.0.2.RELEASE'
    repositories {
        jcenter()
    }
    dependencies {
        // Required for Kotlin integration
        classpath "org.jetbrains.kotlin:kotlin-gradle-plugin:$kotlin_version"
        // See https://kotlinlang.org/docs/reference/compiler-plugins.html#kotlin-spring-compiler-plugin         
        classpath "org.jetbrains.kotlin:kotlin-allopen:$kotlin_version"
        classpath("org.jetbrains.kotlin:kotlin-noarg:$kotlin_version")
        classpath "org.springframework.boot:spring-boot-gradle-plugin:$spring_boot_version"
    }
}

// Required for Kotlin integration
apply plugin: 'kotlin'
// See https://kotlinlang.org/docs/reference/compiler-plugins.html#kotlin-spring-compiler-plugin
apply plugin: "kotlin-spring" 
apply plugin: 'kotlin-jpa'
apply plugin: 'org.springframework.boot'
apply plugin: 'io.spring.dependency-management'

jar {
    baseName = 'kotlin-demo'
    version = '0.1.0-SNAPSHOT'
}

repositories {
    jcenter()
}

dependencies {
    // Required for Kotlin integration
    compile "org.jetbrains.kotlin:kotlin-stdlib:$kotlin_version"
    compile "org.jetbrains.kotlin:kotlin-reflect" // For reflection
    compile 'org.springframework.boot:spring-boot-starter-data-rest'
    compile 'org.springframework.boot:spring-boot-starter-data-jpa'
    compile 'com.h2database:h2'
}

Here the Kotlin and Spring Boot plugins are imported, external repositories are declared, and dependency libraries are added.

If you haven’t used Spring Boot before you should know that it (or rather the Spring Framework) uses dependency injection at runtime. This means the entire application is wired up automatically based on the libraries you import. For example, at the end of our build.gradle you’ll see the Data REST and Data JPA libraries. Spring Boot will automatically configure your application as a REST server when it sees two these libraries. Furthermore, since you included the H2 database library Spring will use the H2 database engine to persist any of our REST data coming in and out of queries.

All you need to have a complete REST application, is to define a class with the @SpringBootApplication annotation. You don’t even need to specify it’s path - Spring will search for it!

Put the following into src/main/kotlin/demo/Application.kt:

package demo

import org.springframework.boot.SpringApplication
import org.springframework.boot.autoconfigure.SpringBootApplication

@SpringBootApplication
class Application

fun main(args: Array<String>) {
    SpringApplication.run(Application::class.java, *args)
}

Now if you run gradlew bootRun (./gradlew bootRun on *nix) everything should build (and download) and you should see somewhere in the enormous log Started Application. Now run curl in another window to see what is happening.

C:\Users\Karl>curl localhost:8080
{
  "_links" : {
    "profile" : {
      "href" : "http://localhost:8080/profile"
    }
  }
}

Amazingly, you’ve created a fully compliant REST server with Kotlin, all by editing just two files!

Add Objects with Kotlin

To create objects you just need the entity class and a repository.

Next to Application.kt put the following into Model.kt

package demo

import javax.persistence.*

@Entity
data class Movie(@Id @GeneratedValue(strategy = GenerationType.IDENTITY)
                 val Id: Long,
                 val name: String)

Here you’ve used the data idiom to create getters and setters for all the properties, as well as JPA annotations to specify how to generate the ids for your entity.

Note: The Id field must start with a capital I. If it doesn’t, the server won’t return the id field when doing queries. This will give you trouble down the line when hooking up to the client app.

Now put this into Repository.kt:

package demo

import org.springframework.data.repository.CrudRepository

interface ItemRepository : CrudRepository<Movie, Long>

And you’ve done it! Incredibly, we can now perform any CRUD operation on this server and it will work, persisting all changes to the database.

C:\Users\Karl>curl -X POST -H "Content-Type:application/json" -d " {\"name\":\"The 40 Year Old Virgin\"} " localhost:8080/movies
{
  "name" : "The 40 Year Old Virgin",
  "_links" : {
    "self" : {
      "href" : "http://localhost:8080/movies/1"
    },
    "item" : {
      "href" : "http://localhost:8080/movies/1"
    }
  }
}
C:\Users\Karl>curl localhost:8080/movies/1
{
  "name" : "The 40 Year Old Virgin",
  "_links" : {
    "self" : {
      "href" : "http://localhost:8080/movies/1"
    },
    "item" : {
      "href" : "http://localhost:8080/movies/1"
    }
  }
}

Load Initial Data in your Kotlin App

To finish up, let’s load some data. Again, as with Spring Boot everything can be done simply. Just put the following into src/main/resources/data.sql and it will be run on boot.

INSERT INTO movie (name) VALUES
  ('Skyfall'),
  ('Casino Royale'),
  ('Spectre');

To confirm it works, restart the server and run curl localhost:8080/movies.

And you are done with the back-end. Time to build out the client.

Build Your Android App with Kotlin

This will require a couple of steps: First you’ll create an empty Kotlin app with Android Studio. You’ll then create a list view (with add, edit and delete buttons) using RecyclerView, populating it with hard-coded data. Finally, you’ll use Retrofit to wire the view to the REST back-end you’ve just created.

Create a project in Android Studio. Make sure you’re using at least version Android Studio 3. Use the default values for each window except make sure you include Kotlin support. Name the project whatever you want - I called mine “Kotlin Crud”. At the end, select an Empty Activity.

When you press Play on the top icon bar you should see Hello World when you run it (you can either plug in your phone or run it on an emulator. Check online for how to set this up).

Hello World in Android

If you’ve made an Android app before using Java you’ll notice the only difference is the main activity: it’s called MainActivity.kt, not MainActivity.java, and the code looks a bit different.

package demo

import android.support.v7.app.AppCompatActivity
import android.os.Bundle

class MainActivity : AppCompatActivity() {

   override fun onCreate(savedInstanceState: Bundle?) {
       super.onCreate(savedInstanceState)
       setContentView(R.layout.activity_main)
   }
}

Here are the differences:

  1. The class is not specified as public (in Kotlin this is the default)
  2. Types are specified with a colon : - the class is of type AppCompatActivity (or rather it implements AppCompatActivity, as you would say in Java) and the savedInstanceState is of type Bundle
  3. Methods are just called fun instead of function
  4. override is not an annotation
  5. The question mark means a parameter is optional (which is not possible in Java)

The last point is one of the most talked about when discussing the importance of Kotlin vs Java: it’s one of the various ways the language ensures null safety.

Import Additional Android Libraries

You need to add extra libraries to your application’s build.gradle file: one for the recycler view (which you’ll use in a second), one for the card view, and another for the floating action button. Place these next to the others in the dependencies section.

implementation 'com.android.support:design:27.1.1'
implementation 'com.android.support:cardview-v7:27.1.1'
implementation 'com.android.support:recyclerview-v7:27.1.1'

Android Studio should ask you to Sync Now. Click that and see that everything builds without error.

Note: Make sure the version is the same as the other support libraries (e.g. appcompat-v7:27.1.1). Also, because you’ll be using built-in icons (which you should avoid doing in the future) you need to put the following into the defaultConfig section of your build.gradle as well.

vectorDrawables.useSupportLibrary = true

Add Icons in Kotlin

You’ll need some icons for buttons - one for add and another for refresh. Go to the Material Icons site and select the one you like. I’m choosing the add button half the way down. When you click on it a grey and blue download section should appear on the button left. Click the grey box Selected Icons control to open the download options. Now there should be a drop-down where you can select Android as the type.

Change drop down to Android

Change the color to white and download the PNG option. Extract the contents of the ZIP file to app/src/main (you should see the ZIP file has a res folder in it).

Now you can use the new icons in your layouts. They’re called things like baseline_add_white_36.

Finally do the same thing for the loop icon, also white.

Create the View XML

You need an XML view for each list item. Place the following into src/main/res/layout/list_item.xml.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<android.support.v7.widget.CardView
    xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    xmlns:card_view="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto"

    android:id="@+id/card_view"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
    android:layout_marginBottom="3dp"
    android:layout_marginLeft="5dp"
    android:layout_marginRight="5dp"
    android:layout_marginTop="5dp"
    android:padding="3dp"
    card_view:cardElevation="2dp"
    card_view:cardMaxElevation="2dp">

    <RelativeLayout
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:padding="5dp">

        <TextView
            android:id="@+id/name"
            android:layout_width="wrap_content"
            android:layout_height="wrap_content"
            android:padding="5dp"
            android:text="lastname"
            android:textSize="16dp" />

        <TextView
            android:id="@+id/btnDelete"
            android:layout_width="wrap_content"
            android:layout_height="35dp"
            android:layout_alignParentRight="true"
            android:drawableLeft="@android:drawable/ic_delete"
            android:padding="5dp" />

        <TextView
            android:id="@+id/btnEdit"
            android:layout_width="wrap_content"
            android:layout_height="35dp"
            android:layout_marginRight="2dp"
            android:layout_toLeftOf="@+id/btnDelete"
            android:drawableLeft="@android:drawable/ic_menu_edit"
            android:padding="5dp" />
    </RelativeLayout>

</android.support.v7.widget.CardView>

Here you’re using a Card View which is the popular way of creating lists in Android. Almost all of the XML is layout settings to ensure proper alignment. Note the android:id values which you use to connect these to our Kotlin files. Also, I’ve used some built in Android icons for our edit and delete buttons.

Note: this is not the recommended way of doing it since those icons can change between Android Studio versions - rather download the icons as we did previously !

Now for the main activity XML. Here is what src/main/res/layout/activity_main.xml should look like.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<RelativeLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
    xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="match_parent"
    xmlns:app="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto">

    <android.support.v7.widget.RecyclerView
        android:id="@+id/rv_item_list"
        android:layout_width="match_parent"
        android:layout_height="match_parent" />

    <android.support.design.widget.FloatingActionButton
        android:id="@+id/fab"
        android:layout_width="wrap_content"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:src="@drawable/baseline_add_white_36"
        android:layout_gravity="bottom|end"
        app:elevation="6dp"
        android:layout_alignParentBottom="true"
        android:layout_alignParentRight="true"
        android:layout_alignParentEnd="true"
        android:layout_margin="20dp"/>

</RelativeLayout>

It’s pretty straight forward. You’ve now got a recycle view and a floating action button inside of a relative layout and have assigned baseline_add_white_36 as the source for the button. Note that the id of the recycler view is rv_list_item (you’ll be using this soon).

Add Refresh to the Action Bar

To fill things out lets put a refresh button on the action bar. This requires a new piece of XML in res/menu/buttons.xml:

<menu xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
      xmlns:app="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res-auto">

    <item
        android:id="@+id/refresh"
        android:icon="@drawable/baseline_loop_white_48"
        android:title="@string/refresh"
        app:showAsAction="ifRoom"/>

</menu>

Note it has an id called refresh. Also, I’ve used the loop icon from the Android Icons site (the white variant) - you’ll have to download this as before. Also, I’m using a string from the resources so you’ll have to change res/values/strings.xml:

<resources>
    <string name="app_name">Kotlin Crud</string>
    <string name="refresh">Refresh</string>
</resources>

Display Lists in Kotlin

Now to display a list of item using our views. The canonical way of doing this is the relatively new RecyclerView which supplanted the original ListView. The basic idea of a RecyclerView is to create only enough views to show on screen - if the screen can fit five items then only five are created. As you scroll through the list these views are re-used (recycled), replacing their contents with the appropriate (new) values.

How do you get started with this ? The first thing you need is a bean. Let’s call it Movie.kt.

package demo

data class Movie( val id: Int, val name: String )

Note: for all the following classes make sure the package matches that of MainActivity.kt.

Was that not easy? Next, you need an Adapter. This is a class with three methods: one to return how many items in total are being displayed (getItemCount()), one that creates an Android View control for a particular item (onCreateViewHolder()), and one that populates an existing view with an instance of your data (onBindViewHolder()).

Put this into MovieAdapter.kt.

class MovieAdapter : RecyclerView.Adapter<MovieAdapter.MovieViewHolder>() {

    var movies: ArrayList<Movie> = ArrayList()

    init { refreshMovies() }

    class MovieViewHolder(val view: View) : RecyclerView.ViewHolder(view)

    override fun onCreateViewHolder(parent: ViewGroup,
                                    viewType: Int): MovieAdapter.MovieViewHolder {

        val view = LayoutInflater.from(parent.context)
                .inflate(R.layout.list_item, parent, false)

        return MovieViewHolder(view)
    }

    override fun onBindViewHolder(holder: MovieViewHolder, position: Int) {
        holder.view.name.text = movies[position].name
    }

    override fun getItemCount() = movies.size

    fun refreshMovies() {
        movies.clear()

        movies.add(Movie(0, "Guardians of the Galaxy"))
        movies.add(Movie(1, "Avengers: Infinity War"))
        movies.add(Movie(2,"Thor: Ragnorok"))

        notifyDataSetChanged()
    }
}

When you paste this into Android Studio it will highlight certain things as red. You need to ALT-ENTER (Option + Enter on Mac) several times to pull in the imports you need. Eventually this is the list of imports you should have:

import android.support.v7.widget.RecyclerView
import android.view.LayoutInflater
import android.view.View
import android.view.ViewGroup
import kotlinx.android.synthetic.main.list_item.view.*

A lot is going on in MovieAdapter.kt. Besides just implementing the three methods needed to implement RecylcerView.Adapter, you created a property called movies, a list, and initialise it in the init{} constructor. Also, you declared an inner class called MovieViewHolder. That is what gets instantiated for each view needed to be displayed (in the example discussed, five views). As you can see, onCreateViewHolder actually returns an object of this type. The class is quite simple - it takes into its constructor a View (which is now also a property), and returns a Holder type object. This object is what you then use when you fill in data using onBindViewHolder - in our case, setting the text of our display.

This does seem complicated at first. It good way to look at all this is the following: how does this connect to your main code class (i.e. MainActivity.kt), and how does it connect to the views you’ve defined in XML ?

For the first part, this is what main activity should now look like:

class MainActivity : AppCompatActivity() {

    lateinit var adapter:MovieAdapter

    override fun onCreate(savedInstanceState: Bundle?) {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState)
        setContentView(R.layout.activity_main)

        adapter = MovieAdapter()    
    
        rv_item_list.layoutManager = LinearLayoutManager(this)
        rv_item_list.adapter = adapter
    }
}

So here you’ve defined the adapter as a lateinit variable - lateinit is telling Kotlin that you want to initialize this at some stage after creation, not the default in Kotlin classes - normally you have to initialize things immediately.

In the constructor you assign an instance of your adapter to this property (note you don’t need to use new in Kotlin) and assign two things to rv_item_list - a LayoutManager (which is used for positioning), and an Adapter (which we’ve just created).

We should talk about rv_item_list. This is just the id of a control inside of activity_main.xml, specifically the recyclerview. Normally you would need to use findViewById (a pain for Android developers) but with Kotlin you can just specify its name. When Android Studio complains about imports and you ALT-ENTER (or your platform equivalent) it will automatically import kotlinx.android.synthetic.main.activity_main.*, bringing in all the ids into the namespace.

Lastly, add the following two functions to MainActivity:

override fun onCreateOptionsMenu(menu: Menu): Boolean {
    val inflater = menuInflater
    inflater.inflate(R.menu.buttons, menu)
    return true
}

override fun onOptionsItemSelected(item: MenuItem) = when (item.itemId) {
    R.id.refresh -> {
        adapter.refreshMovies()
        Toast.makeText(this.baseContext, "Refreshed", Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show())
        true
    }
    else -> {
        super.onOptionsItemSelected(item)
    }
}

That will inflate the menu xml you defined as well as tying the button to your adapter’s refresh function (and give a convenience toast to say it worked).

That should be it ! Run our code and you should see the following.

Completed Android app with movie list

Wiring Your Android + Kotlin App Up

Next you need to replace the hard-coded values with data coming from your API server, as well as wiring the different buttons to their respective API calls. For that you will be using Square’s Retrofit library.

Start by adding the following to your build.gradle dependencies:

implementation 'com.squareup.retrofit2:retrofit:2.3.0'
implementation 'com.squareup.retrofit2:converter-gson:2.3.0'
implementation 'com.squareup.retrofit2:adapter-rxjava2:2.3.0'
implementation 'io.reactivex.rxjava2:rxandroid:2.0.1'
implementation 'com.squareup.okhttp3:logging-interceptor:3.9.1'

Now take a look at what happens when you call your server for a list of movies:

C:\Users\Karl>curl http://localhost:8080/movies
{
  "_embedded" : {
    "movies" : [ {
      "name" : "Skyfall",
      "id" : 1,
      "_links" : {
        "self" : {
          "href" : "http://localhost:8080/movies/1"
        },
        "movie" : {
          "href" : "http://localhost:8080/movies/1"
        }
      }
    }

I’ve only shown one since it’s quite long (Spring follows something called HATEOAS which adds links to json responses). As you can see, the response is wrapped in an _embedded object, and your movies come as a list in movies. You need to represent this in your Kotlin model so Retrofit can know what to expect. Change Movie.kt to this:

import com.google.gson.annotations.SerializedName

data class Movie( val id: Int, val name: String )
data class MovieList (
    @SerializedName("movies" )
    val movies: List<Movie>
)
data class MovieEmbedded (
    @SerializedName("_embedded" )
    val list: MovieList
)

Now you need to create a new class to setup Retrofit. Let’s call it MovieApiClient.kt:

import io.reactivex.Completable
import io.reactivex.Observable
import retrofit2.Retrofit
import retrofit2.adapter.rxjava2.RxJava2CallAdapterFactory
import retrofit2.converter.gson.GsonConverterFactory
import retrofit2.http.*

interface MovieApiClient {

    @GET("movies") fun getMovies(): Observable<MovieEmbedded>
    @POST("movies") fun addMovie(@Body movie: Movie): Completable
    @DELETE("movies/{id}") fun deleteMovie(@Path("id") id: Int) : Completable
    @PUT("movies/{id}") fun updateMovie(@Path("id")id: Int, @Body movie: Movie) : Completable

    companion object {

        fun create(): MovieApiClient {

            val retrofit = Retrofit.Builder()
                    .addCallAdapterFactory(RxJava2CallAdapterFactory.create())
                    .addConverterFactory(GsonConverterFactory.create())
                    .baseUrl("http://10.0.2.2:8080/")
                    .build()

            return retrofit.create(MovieApiClient::class.java)
        }
    }
}

Here you define all the endpoints using annotations as well as their expected return types (Completable, part of RxJava, just means nothing is returned). You also declare a companion object (which is like a static class) which instantiates a Retrofit builder with the details of our API. Note the base url uses the IP 10.0.2.2 which allows emulators to connect to localhost.

Now in MovieAdapter change the header to include a context property (so you can attach toasts for our API results) as well as adding a lazy client property initialized with your previous create() method.

class MovieAdapter(val context: Context) :  RecyclerView.Adapter<MovieAdapter.MovieViewHolder>() {

    val client by lazy { MovieApiClient.create() }
    var movies: ArrayList<Movie> = ArrayList()

Lazy takes in a function (note the curly brackets) and says “when someone first tries to use this property, run this function and assign it”.

To initialize the context, change the adapter initialize statement to include the main activity context:

adapter = MovieAdapter(this.baseContext)

Now change refreshMovies() in the adapter to the following:

fun refreshMovies() {
    client.getMovies()
        .subscribeOn(Schedulers.io())
        .observeOn(AndroidSchedulers.mainThread())
        .subscribe({ result ->
                movies.clear()
                movies.addAll(result.list.movies)
                notifyDataSetChanged()
        },{ error ->
                Toast.makeText(context, "Refresh error: ${error.message}", Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show()
                Log.e("ERRORS", error.message)
        })
}

So you’re using the client’s getMovies() function which is declared at the top of MovieApiClient.kt. To understand what is going on here is an entire discussion on it’s own. Basically it’s using Reactive Programming which is a new way to wi

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Originally posted on: http://ferventcoder.com/cwilliams/archive/2017/01/12/229354.aspx

Just wrapped up a pretty beefy article on Alexa programming for the upcoming IoT issue of Code Magazine. That was a lot of fun, and has definitely rekindled my interest in IoT and Home Automation. 

I've been spending a lot of time working with SmartThings and Z-Wave devices, and my Amazon Echo lately. Getting them all talking to each other. Mostly everything "just works" with minimal configuration, which is nice, and I've been experimenting with responding to sensor input. 

I've got my gecko tank set up to switch lights at sunrise and sunset, and that was easy enough. The dining room light is programmed to come on at sunset, if nobody is detected as "home" so we don't have to come into an dark house. I've bought a few smart bulbs, and smart switches, so I can schedule those (and so I can turn off the lights if I forget, without getting out of bed. ;) 

I've already tagged all the kids (like a pack of wildebeests) so I know whenever they leave and arrive at the house on school days. I've been eyeballing the Nest Thermostats, but haven't tried installing one yet. Not sure how involved they are.  

When we built the house, we wired everything for Cat6, and I'm setting up PoE cameras.

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NY-Deer Park, We are currently recruiting for a CMM Inspector and Programmer for an Aerospace company in the Deer Park, NY area. This is a direct hire, permanent position! PAY RATE IS FLEXIBLE DEPENDING ON YOUR EXPERIENCE! Responsibilities: Job Requirements: - Experience operating Coordinate Measuring Machines (Stationary or Romer ARM) - Experience writing CMM programming software (PC-DMIS, NM, OpenDMIS, CMM-Ma
          Perils of hacking on mature software      Cache   Translate Page      

Yesterday I wrote up an interesting bug in git-log --follow's handling of empty files. Afterward I thought I'd see if I could fix it.

People complain that the trouble of working on mature software like Git is to understand the way the code is structured, its conventions, the accumulated layers of cruft, and where everything is. I think this is a relatively minor difficulty. The hard part is no so much doing what you want, as knowing what you want to do.

My original idea for the fix was this: I can give git log a new option, say --follow-size-threshhold=n. This would disable all copy and rename detection for any files of size less than n bytes. If not specified or configured, n would default to 1, so that the default behavior would disable copy and rename detection of empty files but not of anything else. I was concerned that an integer option was unnecessarily delicate. It might have been sufficient to have a boolean --follow-empty-files flag. But either way the programming would be almost the same and it would be easy to simplify the option later if the Git maintainers wanted it that way

I excavated the code and found where the change needed to go. It's not actually in git-log itself. Git has an internal system for diffing pairs of files, and git-log --follow uses this to decide when two blobs are similar enough for it to switch from following one to the other. So the flag actually needed to be added to git-diff, where I called it --rename-size-threshhold. Then git-log would set that option internally before using the Git diff system to detect renames.

But then I ran into a roadblock. Diff already has an undocumented flag called --rename-empty that tells it to report on renames of empty files in certain contexts — not the context I was interested in unfortunately. The flag is set by default, but it is set internally when git-merge is resolving conflicts. The issue it addresses is this: Suppose the merge base has some empty file X. Somewhere along the line X has been removed. In one branch, an unrelated empty file Y has been created, and in the other branch a different unrelated empty file Z has been created. When merging these two branches, Git will detect a merge conflict: was file X moved to location Y or to location Z? This ⸢conflict⸣ is almost certainly spurious, and is is very unlikely that the user will thank us for demanding that they resolve it manually. So git-merge sets --no-rename-empty internally and Git resolves the ⸢conflict⸣ automatically.

(See this commit for further details.)

The roadblock is: how does --rename-empty fit together with my proposed --rename-size-threshhold flag? Should they be the same thing? Or should they be separate options? There appear to be at least three subsystems in Git that try to decide if two similar or identical files (which might have different names, or the same name in different directories) are “the same file” for various purposes. Do we want to control the behavior of these subsystems separately or in unison?

If they should be controlled in unison, should --rename-size-threshhold be demoted to a boolean, or should --rename-empty be promoted to an integer? And if they should be the same, what are the implications for backward compatibility? Should the existing --rename-empty be documented?

If we add new options, how do they interact with the existing and already non-orthogonal flags that do something like this? They include at least the following options of git-diff, git-log, and git-show:

--follow
--find-renames=n 
--find-copies
--find-copies-harder
-l 

Only git-log has --follow and my new feature was conceived as a modification of it, which is why I named it --follow-size-threshhold. But git-log wouldn't be implementing this itself, except to pass the flag into the diff system. Calling it --follow-size-threshhold in git-diff didn't make sense because git-diff doesn't have a --follow option. It needs a different name. But if I do that, then we have git-diff and git-log options with different names that nevertheless do exactly the same thing. Confusing!

Now suppose you would like to configure a default for this option in your .gitconfig. Does it make sense to have both diff.renameSizeThreshhold and log.followSizeThreshhold options? Not really. It would never be useful to set one but not the other. So eliminate log.followSizeThreshhold. But now someone like me who wants to change the behavior of git-log --follow will not know to look in the right place for the option they need.

The thing to do at this point is to come up with some reasonable-seeming proposal and send it to Jeff King, who created the undocumented --rename-empty feature, and who is also a good person to work with. But coming up with a good solution entirely on my own is unlikely.

Doing any particular thing would not be too hard. The hard part is deciding what particular thing to do.


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Hello, First of all, I would like to thanks the developer(s) who participate in the Calibre project, it is a great software, I can no longer do without it to manage my books. Second, it's possible to change the path / folder of a eBook I added to Caliber? Example : I added my eBook, "Programming in C++" via Caliber Portable, so the book is in the ".\Caliber\Caliber Library" folder. *But I also have a copy in another folder.* Concerning eBooks that are not too heavy (1 - 99 MB), that's fine with me, but for heavy eBooks, larger than 100 MB, I'm starting to have a serious problem with the space on my hard disk. Is it possible to define a location for each eBook and therefore not 2 copies of it? Regards.
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          Characterizations of Tilt-Stable Minimizers in Second-Order Cone Programming. (arXiv:1809.03607v1 [math.OC])      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: Matúš Benko, Helmut Gfrerer, Boris S. Mordukhovich

This paper is devoted to the study of tilt stability of local minimizers, which plays an important role in both theoretical and numerical aspects of optimization. This notion has been comprehensively investigated in the unconstrained framework as well as for problems of nonlinear programming with $C^2$-smooth data. Available results for nonpolyhedral conic programs were obtained only under strong constraint nondegeneracy assumptions. Here we develop an approach of second-order variational analysis, which allows us to establish complete neighborhood and pointbased characterizations of tilt stability for problems of second-order cone programming generated by the nonpolyhedral second-order/Lorentz/ice-cream cone. These characterizations are established under the weakest metric subregularity constraint qualification condition.


          Robust Resource Allocation for UAV Systems with UAV Jittering and User Location Uncertainty. (arXiv:1809.03706v1 [cs.IT])      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: Dongfang Xu, Yan Sun, Derrick Wing Kwan Ng, Robert Schober

In this paper, we investigate resource allocation algorithm design for multiuser unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) communication systems in the presence of UAV jittering and user location uncertainty. In particular, we jointly optimize the two-dimensional position and the downlink beamformer of a fixed-altitude UAV for minimization of the total UAV transmit power. The problem formulation takes into account the quality-of-service requirements of the users, the imperfect knowledge of the antenna array response (AAR) caused by UAV jittering, and the user location uncertainty. Despite the non-convexity of the resulting problem, we solve the problem optimally employing a series of transformations and semidefinite programming relaxation. Our simulation results reveal the dramatic power savings enabled by the proposed robust scheme compared to two baseline schemes. Besides, the robustness of the proposed scheme with respect to imperfect AAR knowledge and user location uncertainty at the UAV is also confirmed.


          Memphis Music Hall of Fame Announces 2018 Inductees      Cache   Translate Page      
The Memphis Music Hall of Fame just announced this year's inductees, who officially enter the ranks of honorees at the induction ceremony this November. The Hall of Fame, a nonprofit set up in 2012 and administered by the  Memphis Rock N' Soul Museum, now celebrates the works of over seventy artists or groups, and shows no signs of lacking local talent for future recognition.

This year's inductees are, as usual, giants in their respective genres. We pay tribute to them here with clips of them working their magic onstage. Towering over them all is the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, who died just last month. She will be paid a special tribute in November's ceremony, as the Hall of Fame honors a legend who called Memphis her birthplace.


Another soul giant, Eddie Floyd, will also be inducted this year. The writer and hit performer behind "Knock on Wood" and many other Stax hits, Floyd's songs were interpreted by nearly every Stax artist. Naturally, not a year has gone by without at least one artist from the label being inducted.


O'Landa Draper
, the Grammy Award-winning gospel singer and director of the Associates Choir, was considered one of the top gospel artists of the 1990s. He too will join the ranks of honorees this year. Though not born in Memphis, Draper moved to Memphis at the age of 13 and attended Overton High School and the University of Memphis.


At today's announcement event, there was some light-hearted discussion of whether Draper could be honored in the same program as fellow 2018 inductees, 8 Ball & MJG. They will be, we were assured, but the musical numbers won't be juxtaposed. The rap duo are on a roll lately, ramping up their live appearances and continuing to drop new albums. (See our recent profile of them below).


In keeping with the Hall of Fame's tradition of inducting groups as well as solo artists, the Box Tops were also added this year. With Big Star having been inducted in 2014, this makes for two groups associated with Alex Chilton getting the nod. Could he be recognized as a solo artist in his own right one day? In any case, the announcement also named checked original members Danny Smythe, Bill Cunningham, and Gary Talley, as well as 1968 additions Rick Allen and Thomas Boggs. The fabulous guitar in this video clip was not mentioned by name.


Another group, arguably far more groundbreaking than the Box Tops, was also recognized: The Rock and Roll Trio, responsible for the groundbreaking "Train Kept A-Rollin'" and other rockabilly masterpieces. Driven by the savvy guitar attack of Paul Burlison, brothers and Memphis natives Dorsey and Johnny Burnette took the world by storm, once upon a time. Here they are from 1956.


And finally, another legend from the first days of Elvis, who most certainly has not left the building, is George Klein, the pioneering DJ and rock 'n' roll television host who was critical to giving regional bands exposure via his programming. He was also an early friend to the King, and had the honor of inducting Elvis into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He'll be honored with the other performers above (for he, in his own way, was an artist as well) at the induction ceremony, scheduled for November 1st at the Cannon Center. Here's George sharing a strange moment with the great Sam Phillips.

          The Undirected Two Disjoint Shortest Paths Problem. (arXiv:1809.03820v1 [math.CO])      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: Marinus Gottschau, Marcus Kaiser, Clara Waldmann

The $k$ disjoint shortest paths problem ($k$-DSPP) on a graph with $k$ source-sink pairs $(s_i, t_i)$ asks for the existence of $k$ pairwise edge- or vertex-disjoint shortest $s_i$-$t_i$-paths. It is known to be NP-complete if $k$ is part of the input. Restricting to $2$-DSPP with strictly positive lengths, it becomes solvable in polynomial time. We extend this result by allowing zero edge lengths and give a polynomial time algorithm based on dynamic programming for $2$-DSPP on undirected graphs with non-negative edge lengths.


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          Using a Factored Dual in Augmented Lagrangian Methods for Semidefinite Programming. (arXiv:1710.04869v3 [math.OC] UPDATED)      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: Marianna De Santis, Franz Rendl, Angelika Wiegele

In the context of augmented Lagrangian approaches for solving semidefinite programming problems, we investigate the possibility of eliminating the positive semidefinite constraint on the dual matrix by employing a factorization. Hints on how to deal with the resulting unconstrained maximization of the augmented Lagrangian are given. We further use the approximate maximum of the augmented Lagrangian with the aim of improving the convergence rate of alternating direction augmented Lagrangian frameworks. Numerical results are reported, showing the benefits of the approach.


          Optimum Transmission Delay for Function Computation in NFV-based Networks: the role of Network Coding and Redundant Computing. (arXiv:1807.03337v2 [cs.IT] UPDATED)      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: Behrooz Tahmasebi, Mohammad Ali Maddah-Ali, Saeedeh Parsaeefard, Babak Hossein Khalaj

In this paper, we study the problem of delay minimization in NFV-based networks. In such systems, the ultimate goal of any request is to compute a sequence of functions in the network, where each function can be computed at only a specific subset of network nodes. In conventional approaches, for each function, we choose one node from the corresponding subset of the nodes to compute that function. In contrast, in this work, we allow each function to be computed in more than one node, redundantly in parallel, to respond to a given request. We argue that such redundancy in computation not only improves the reliability of the network, but would also, perhaps surprisingly, reduce the overall transmission delay. In particular, we establish that by judiciously choosing the subset of nodes which compute each function, in conjunction with a linear network coding scheme to deliver the result of each computation, we can characterize and achieve the optimal end-to-end transmission delay. In addition, we show that using such technique, we can significantly reduce the transmission delay as compared to the conventional approach. In some scenarios, such reduction can even scale with the size of the network. More precisely, by increasing the number of nodes that can compute the given function in parallel by a multiplicative factor, the end-to-end delay will also decrease by the same factor. Moreover, we show that while finding the subset of nodes for each computation, in general, is a complex integer program, approximation algorithms can be proposed to reduce the computational complexity. In fact, for the case where the number of computing nodes for a given function is upper-bounded by a constant, a dynamic programming scheme can be proposed to find the optimum subsets in polynomial times. Our numerical simulations confirm the achieved gain in performance in comparison with conventional approaches.


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          throwing away 20 years of c++      Cache   Translate Page      

Since '98 (the past millenium), I've spent a ton of hours learning the ins and outs of C++. As of late I even started giving a 'C++03 to C++14' course now and then.

I loved it and I hated it.

sometimes I'm sick and tired of
the company that hired me
but today is the day that I'm gonna make it work

That was a little song I would hum while biking to the office in the morning.

As of late I dove into functional programming as well, interested myself in design patterns, monads, functors, to improve robustness and maintainability of my C++.

And yet, I felt like there should be something more. Like this luxurious life of function overloading, lambdas, generics, metaprogramming... was a little... decadent?

So I asked my boss to search me another assignment, one with Linux, C, scarce resources.

And here I am.

Linux development makes me shout for joy. But C makes me weep. I have to trust entirely on convention to know if it is me who should free some memory. Or worse, I should read the code, instead of the api, to find out if this piece of raw memory is mine. I should write goto's to clean stuff up in case something fails mid-function.

My appreciation for the C developer skills has risen sky high.

But my distrust for all the stuff written in that language grows every day.

And to think that all these newly shiny IoT devices are programmed this way...

Will be continued.


          September 15: Westside Community And Recovery Festival Features Kim Waters, Ryan Kilgore      Cache   Translate Page      
Programming on Jazz 91.9 WCLK is made possible in part by HUGS Recovery Centers, presenting The Westside Community and Recovery Festival on Saturday, September 15 beginning at 5pm. Artists appearing include Kim Waters, Ryan Kilgore, Rhonda Thomas and Kipper Jones. This event is open to the public and takes place at the Simpson Street Church of Christ at 800 Joseph Boone Boulevard NW. More information is available at 404-437-4646. https://youtu.be/spKeM0xepA4
          Sr. Application Programmer/Analyst - Blue Federal Credit Union - Cheyenne, WY      Cache   Translate Page      
Technically fluent in programming languages including C, C++, Java, JavaScript, C# and other object oriented paradigms....
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          Software Engineer in Test - realtor.com - Morgantown, WV      Cache   Translate Page      
Programming experience in any language, particularly JavaScript or Ruby, is an asset. A leader in online real estate, Move Inc....
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          9/13/2018: Business: Facebook to take on streaming market      Cache   Translate Page      

Amazon burst on the scene with Transparent. Netflix made its mark with House of Cards and Orange Is The New Black. Hulu had its The Handmaid’s Tale. Facebook thinks it’s time it had a few programming friends of its own. The social media giant is set...
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          2018 fall Arkansas film preview      Cache   Translate Page      
Film offerings come into focus.

The Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, the crown jewel and elder statesman of our state's film festival circuit, returns to the Spa City Oct. 19-27 for nine days of features, shorts, episodic content and nonfiction virtual reality experiences. This marks the 27th year for America's oldest documentary film festival, and next month's installment is coming off the heels of last year's record-breaking attendance numbers for what was arguably the strongest lineup of films and guests in the festival's history.

Opening the festival this year is "Hillbilly," a personal and political look into the gap between media depiction of the Appalachians and real life. The centerpiece film this year is "The Gospel of Eureka," the buzzed-about documentary exploring the clash between LGBTQ and evangelical cultures in Eureka Springs. "Daughters of the Sexual Revolution: The Untold Stories of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders" closes the fest. General admission tickets are $12 a pop, day passes will run you $30, and three-day opening and closing passes are $120 each. For $225, the Film Buff Pass offers admission to all regular films during the festival, but the $400 All-Access Pass is the definitive way to go, with priority admission to screenings, awards ceremonies, the legendary HSDFF parties and a place to catch your breath in those cushy filmmaker and special guest lounges. For information on this year's screenings, passes and volunteer opportunities, go to hsdfi.org

If your tastes run more toward the sanguinary, Garland County still has you covered with the Hot Springs International Horror Film Festival, which raises the curtain Sept. 20 for a four-day run. It will feature 40 bloody, binge-ready films. R.A. Mihailoff, paranormal investigator, former professional wrestler and one of the honored few to slide into the Leatherface mask, leads a motorcycle ride from Rodney's Cycle House in Little Rock to Central Avenue for a private screening of his new biker flick, "Ride Hard Live Free." The immediately recognizable Michael Berryman ("One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," "The Hills Have Eyes," and the 1991 video store classic "The Guyver") will attend his new film, "The Evil Within." Single tickets are $11, day passes are $20, four-day passes are $40. The VIP pass for all films and seminars is priced right at $95. 

If you find yourself in Northwest Arkansas that same weekend, slide into the Fayetteville Film Festival. From Sept. 20-22, FFF offers local and international shorts, experimental film, documentaries, virtual reality, block parties and after-parties — the whole shooting match — all on the Fayetteville square. Highlights include "All Square," starring Emmy-nominated Michael Kelly ("House of Cards") as a bookie running numbers on Little League games; "Wild Nights With Emily," featuring Molly Shannon ("Saturday Night Live") as — yes, you're reading this right and, yes, it is awesome — Emily Dickinson; "Fail State," an expose on the rise of for-profit colleges; 2018 SXSW Grand Jury Prize winner "Thunder Road"; and, happily for those who missed the sold-out Arkansas Cinema Society screening of the LR-made "Antiquities," it screens Friday night.

Little Rock's repertory film screenings seem to get more reliable by the year, too. Crush Wine Bar in Argenta now hosts a monthly series by the Film Society of Little Rock: Mel Brooks' "History of the World Part I" screens at 8 p.m. Sept. 13, and 1986's "Aliens," the sequel to James Cameron's 1979 high-water mark in sci-fi horror/thriller/action, comes to its back deck on Oct. 11. 

This newspaper's own monthly film series, programmed by "No Small Talk" podcast co-host Omaya Jones, keeps on rolling at the Riverdale 10. This month features Bob Fosse's spectacular 1979 film "All That Jazz" on Tuesday, Sept. 18. The venue also hosts radio-head Dave Elswick's long-running series: Oct. 9 is your chance to see "The Exorcist" on the big screen. Diamond Bear Brewery, now in the movie programming game, takes to the same theater for John Hughes' best movie (don't @ me), "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" on Oct. 23. 

And, as ever, keep your eyes open for announcements from the Arkansas Cinema Society. There are no officially announced ACS events for the fall just yet, but, we're told lots of exciting things are in the works. When it announces it, you know we'll run it — so stay tuned to the Rock Candy blog, check arkansascinemasociety.org, and follow the ACS Facebook page to find out what Little Rock's next hot film ticket will be. 


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Film offerings come into focus.

The Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, the crown jewel and elder statesman of our state's film festival circuit, returns to the Spa City Oct. 19-27 for nine days of features, shorts, episodic content and nonfiction virtual reality experiences. This marks the 27th year for America's oldest documentary film festival, and next month's installment is coming off the heels of last year's record-breaking attendance numbers for what was arguably the strongest lineup of films and guests in the festival's history.

Opening the festival this year is "Hillbilly," a personal and political look into the gap between media depiction of the Appalachians and real life. The centerpiece film this year is "The Gospel of Eureka," the buzzed-about documentary exploring the clash between LGBTQ and evangelical cultures in Eureka Springs. "Daughters of the Sexual Revolution: The Untold Stories of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders" closes the fest. General admission tickets are $12 a pop, day passes will run you $30, and three-day opening and closing passes are $120 each. For $225, the Film Buff Pass offers admission to all regular films during the festival, but the $400 All-Access Pass is the definitive way to go, with priority admission to screenings, awards ceremonies, the legendary HSDFF parties and a place to catch your breath in those cushy filmmaker and special guest lounges. For information on this year's screenings, passes and volunteer opportunities, go to hsdfi.org

If your tastes run more toward the sanguinary, Garland County still has you covered with the Hot Springs International Horror Film Festival, which raises the curtain Sept. 20 for a four-day run. It will feature 40 bloody, binge-ready films. R.A. Mihailoff, paranormal investigator, former professional wrestler and one of the honored few to slide into the Leatherface mask, leads a motorcycle ride from Rodney's Cycle House in Little Rock to Central Avenue for a private screening of his new biker flick, "Ride Hard Live Free." The immediately recognizable Michael Berryman ("One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," "The Hills Have Eyes," and the 1991 video store classic "The Guyver") will attend his new film, "The Evil Within." Single tickets are $11, day passes are $20, four-day passes are $40. The VIP pass for all films and seminars is priced right at $95. 

If you find yourself in Northwest Arkansas that same weekend, slide into the Fayetteville Film Festival. From Sept. 20-22, FFF offers local and international shorts, experimental film, documentaries, virtual reality, block parties and after-parties — the whole shooting match — all on the Fayetteville square. Highlights include "All Square," starring Emmy-nominated Michael Kelly ("House of Cards") as a bookie running numbers on Little League games; "Wild Nights With Emily," featuring Molly Shannon ("Saturday Night Live") as — yes, you're reading this right and, yes, it is awesome — Emily Dickinson; "Fail State," an expose on the rise of for-profit colleges; 2018 SXSW Grand Jury Prize winner "Thunder Road"; and, happily for those who missed the sold-out Arkansas Cinema Society screening of the LR-made "Antiquities," it screens Friday night.

Little Rock's repertory film screenings seem to get more reliable by the year, too. Crush Wine Bar in Argenta now hosts a monthly series by the Film Society of Little Rock: Mel Brooks' "History of the World Part I" screens at 8 p.m. Sept. 13, and 1986's "Aliens," the sequel to James Cameron's 1979 high-water mark in sci-fi horror/thriller/action, comes to its back deck on Oct. 11. 

This newspaper's own monthly film series, programmed by "No Small Talk" podcast co-host Omaya Jones, keeps on rolling at the Riverdale 10. This month features Bob Fosse's spectacular 1979 film "All That Jazz" on Tuesday, Sept. 18. The venue also hosts radio-head Dave Elswick's long-running series: Oct. 9 is your chance to see "The Exorcist" on the big screen. Diamond Bear Brewery, now in the movie programming game, takes to the same theater for John Hughes' best movie (don't @ me), "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" on Oct. 23. 

And, as ever, keep your eyes open for announcements from the Arkansas Cinema Society. There are no officially announced ACS events for the fall just yet, but, we're told lots of exciting things are in the works. When it announces it, you know we'll run it — so stay tuned to the Rock Candy blog, check arkansascinemasociety.org, and follow the ACS Facebook page to find out what Little Rock's next hot film ticket will be. 


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          Business Analyst at Appzone Limited      Cache   Translate Page      
AppZone is Africa's leading provider of Integrated Banking and Payment software platforms and incidentally creator of BankOne; the world's leading cloud infrastructure for Banking and Payment processing targeted at Small and Medium financial Institutions.Job Opening ID: 36 Location: Lagos Summary Do you have a passion for complex problem solving and designing requirements for software solutions? Do you have the talent and drive required to build solutions that transform the way entire industries function? Is your time so valuable that managers are constantly debating which tasks to assign to you next, because you complete them with ease and speed? Then a career at AppZone is the dream job you've been searching for. Job Description Expectations: Participate in the data gathering, documentation, analysis, implementation, and testing of business processes, systems, and solution requirements. Provide support for parts of the business development cycle including proposal preparation, feasibility studies, and solution presentation. Perform feasibility analysis, scope projects, and work with the project management team to prioritizes deliverables, as well as negotiate timelines and product functionalities. Perform research to discover technologies, practices, components, and regulations that form input to solutions. Produce visualizations, user interface mock-ups and configuration elements of solution design. Document functional and non-functional requirements using best practices and tools. Partner with development and other functional teams to provide effective reporting on software projects. Participate in Integration Testing, User Acceptance Testing (UAT), Functionality Testing, User Training, and Stakeholder Reviews. Required Skills Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or any other related field. Project management professional certification will be an added advantage. Basic to intermediate knowledge of programming in any language Must have expert knowledge of the software development life cycle. 3+ years of business analysis and project management experience Good verbal and written communication skills. Excellent interpersonal and analytical skills. Aptitude for analytical problem-solving Ability to pay attention to details Ease and ability to learn fast and solve complex problems
          Software Developer at Appzone Limited      Cache   Translate Page      
AppZone is Africa's leading provider of Integrated Banking and Payment software platforms and incidentally creator of BankOne; the world's leading cloud infrastructure for Banking and Payment processing targeted at Small and Medium financial Institutions.Details:Expectations Develop, Implement, and Support software products and solutions that integrate with in-house and third party systems Provide support to business analysts in the conversion of individual client business requirements into software functionality Provide assistance to relevant functional teams by identifying requirements and improvements to architectural design of new/existing applications Provide training to client end users with relevant tools and technical documentation. Lead a technical work stream as a component of a larger project Provide subject-matter expertise, customer advocacy, and analysis through all phases of the development lifecycle Communicate effectively well with internal/external parties. Required SkillsThe skills and competencies required to accomplish your career move are: Bachelor's degree or corresponding combination of education and work experience in software development. 3+ years of programming experience with Web, Windows .NET framework and C# 3+ years experience WPF applications, ASP.NET, MVC, C#, .Net, Web API, JSON, REST, and SQL Server. Good communication skills. Excellent interpersonal & analytic skills. An aptitude for analytical problem-solving Ease and ability to learn fast and solve complex problems Proficiency in object-oriented design and development using software development best practices. Experience with Microsoft SQL database design, T-SQL and stored procedure programming. Experience working on Agile teams using Agile methodologies such as SCRUM Ability to provide technical input for designs, functional specifications, and other project requirements Ability to design, and build, high quality unit tests.
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UNICEF works in 190 countries and territories to protect the rights of every child. UNICEF has spent 70 years working to improve the lives of children and their families. Defending children's rights throughout their lives requires a global presence, aiming to produce results and understand their effects. UNICEF believes all children have a right to survive, thrive and fulfill their potential - to the benefit of a better world.Job Number: 515497 Location: Maiduguri, Borno Work Type: Temporary Appointment Job Descriptions How can you make a difference? Under the guidance and supervision of Nutrition manager, the Information management officer (IMO) will be mainly responsible for the collection, analysis and sharing of nutrition program information, including technical support, capacity building, and coordination of information management activities at the field level. He/she will be based in Maiduguri with frequent travels to the field sites, where UNICEF has supported nutrition program. He/she will contribute in developing and implementing nutrition information system to monitor the progress and incorporate lessons within the nutrition program. The IMO will work closely with the UNICEF focal point in field office and with SMOH, state nutrition officer in strengthening the capacity of government system in the Borno and Yobe state for nutrition information management and its use for programming. He/she will support the efforts of state government for proper data management and its use for nutrition program design and monitoring progress. Main Responsibilities The main responsibilities of the IMO will include but not limited to the following: Compile, clean and analyse nutrition data including Community Based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM), Vitamin A supplementation, Infant and Young Child Feeding Practice (IYCFP), Micronutrients etc Prepare and share the updated state data base, 5Ws and sitrep within the given timeline Prepare produce fact sheets and dash board on monthly and quarterly basis Produce interactive maps with latest information and update on regular basis Assess trends and measures outcomes relating to achievement of project targets to support evidence-based programming. Monitor and support the nutrition team in the ground and provide feedback based on data analysis to ensure consistency and accuracy of nutrition program data Reports presentations, in a statistical manner and analysis, should be precise, present the program data to the Nutrition sector information management technical working groups for validations. Represent UNICEF in different nutrition sector forum, as well as in the states where program is implemented Build the capacity of the state counter parts and partners, to be able to undertake all stages data management and analysis Prepare briefs and presentations as and when needed for decision making and prioritization of nutrition interventions. "Other duties as assigned. The duties and responsibilities listed are representative of the nature and level of work assigned and are not necessarily all inclusive." End Product/Deliverables: (e.g. final report, article, document etc.)- give specific descriptions of end products and specific time/dates they are expected for contract running into several months. State data base and 5Ws are prepared regularly as per organization needs Dash board and fact sheet are developed at least one in each quarter Feedback report is prepared based on data analysis and shared on monthly basis To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have… Education University degree in Nutrition. Candidates with public health, epidemiology, Statistics or data management or related field with a nutrition focus will be considered. Working Experience Minimum of 2 years of professional experience in public health, nutrition survey, knowledge /data management or related field in developing country context. Proven experience of leading nutrition program information management and facilitation with concerned authorities Experience of nutrition data collection, with extensive experience, compiling and analysing quantitative and qualitative data and producing relevant graphical representations of analyzed data. Proven experience in synthesizing relevant information and developing reports on time against set deadlines for the dissemination of key findings to technical and non-technical audiences. Solid data analysis skills, ENA, Epi Info, and other data software's Ability to understand and speak local language will be an advantage
          Mobile/Web Developer at Hamilton Lloyd and Associates      Cache   Translate Page      
Hamilton Lloyd and Associates - Our client is an Information Technology Consulting Company. Due to internal expansion, they have decided to hire a qualified candidate to fill the position below:Job Summary The Mobile/Web Developer's role is to design, code, test, and analyze software programs and applications. This includes researching, designing, documenting, and modifying software specifications throughout the production lifecycle. The software developer will also analyze and amend software errors in a timely and accurate fashion and provide status reports as required. Job Responsibilities Design and development of mission critical mobile and web applications Deliver across the entire app life cycle -concept, design, build, deploy, test, release to app stores Build prototypes at tech scoping stage of projects. Liaise with product development team to plan new features. Work with other developers and stakeholders to create and maintain a robust framework to support the mobile and web apps. Work with the front-end designers to build the interface with focus on usability features. Create compelling mobile device and/or browser specific user interfaces and experiences. Optimize performance for the mobile and web apps. Technical Skills Required. Proven development experience in desktop and mobile web development. Excellent knowledge in information architecture, human computer interaction and mobile usability design principles Excellent programming skills in frontend technologies and frameworks like HTML, JavaScript, CSS3, JQuery, PhoneGap/Cordova and frontend MVC frameworks. Expertise in full stack JavaScript frameworks include Angular, Vue etc. Multiple years of server-side programming experience in C# and .Net Experience in database technologies like MSSQL Server, Oracle, MongoDB etc. Experience in native and hybrid Android and iOS development frameworks (e.g. Ionic 2, Xamarin framework etc.) Familiarity with designing, creating and consuming RESTful and SOAP web services. Familiarity with version control systems e.g. GIT, SVN. Familiarity with build systems (e.g. Gradle, Maven), Continuous Integration tools (e.g. Jenkins, Artifactory, Nexus). Hands on experience with cloud technologies (including Azure, Oracle Cloud, IBM Bluemix, AWS etc.) Ability to switch among multiple projects, multiple languages, and multiple IDEs in short periods of time. Exposure to Java is a plus 2 Soft Skills Required: Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Able to work well individually as well as in a highly collaborative team. Demonstrated interest in learning new technologies. Familiarity with Agile methodologies (especially Scrum). Enterprise Software Development Lifecycle. Direct work in applications that serve a very large number of users along with handling highly secure information. Person's Specification Education: Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in any of the Physical Sciences with a minimum of Second Class Lower Division (2.2). Master's Degree would be an added advantage Experience: Minimum of 6 years' experience in software development. Special Requirements: May be required to travel occasionally; overtime and weekend work maybe required
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Prime Atlantic Limited is a wholly owned Nigerian Company dedicated to effecting development in the Nigerian Oil and gas industry. It was established in 2005 and successfully partnered with Cegelec, France to establish a joint venture company, Prime Atlantic Cegelec Nigeria (PACE) in 2005.Reference Number: PAE007 Location: Lagos Contract Duration: 6 Months Job Responsibilities Manage interfaces with main contractor through CPY Commissioning Representative for at matters related to commissioning, during the whole life of the project. Prepare system limit drawings with regards to his discipline. Participate as necessary and within the frameworks of the Mechanical discipline in the Factory Acceptance tests of the relevant major equipment packages. Supervise the Vendor activities related to mechanical commissioning tasks. Qualifications & Experience B.Sc., B.Tech or HND in Mechanical Equipment Management or Mechanical Engineering Minimum of 8 years experience Skills: OPERCOM / CAPS, ESD systems. Advanced Control Systems programming Commissioning Engineering, Commissioning Execution Knowledge of the FPSO applied his discipline. Salary Attractive and Negotiable
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Prime Atlantic Limited is a wholly owned Nigerian Company dedicated to effecting development in the Nigerian Oil and gas industry. It was established in 2005 and successfully partnered with Cegelec, France to establish a joint venture company, Prime Atlantic Cegelec Nigeria (PACE) in 2005.Reference Number: PAE006 Location: Lagos Contract Duration: 6 Months Job Responsibilities Prepare system limit drawings with regards to the discipline. Supervise the Vendor activities related to process commissioning tasks. Populate or supervise as required the ICAPS database with regards to his discipline. Populate or supervise as required the CAPS database with regards to his discipline. Participate as necessary and within the frameworks of the Process discipline in the Factory Acceptance tests of the relevant major equipment packages. Manage and coordinate with other disciplines Fire & Gas systems, ESDs and deluges tests Manage hand over process to field operation as per project procedure. Qualifications & Experience B.Sc., B.Tech or HND in Chemical or Process Engineering Minimum of 8 years experience Skills: OPERCOM / ICAPS, ESD systems. Detection and Deluge systems, lifting equipment Advanced Control Systems programming Commissioning Engineering, Commissioning Execution Knowledge of the FPSO applied his discipline Salary Attractive and Negotiable
          Program and Facility Associate - City of Waterloo - Waterloo, ON      Cache   Translate Page      
Part-time Program and Facility Associates assist with evening and weekend programming at City of Waterloo recreation facilities.... $14.40 - $14.80 an hour
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          Comment on Yamaha Special Event Coming Friday, Sept 14, 2018 by S-Trigger Dave      Cache   Translate Page      
While I am drawn to a certain range of FM sounds, programming it from the ground up is a lot like crapping barbed wire. I have single-cycle waves by the ton, samples by the mega-ton and two physical modeling synths. I simply don't need FM proper for that general arena of sounds. I wish there was a sane way to bring their old FS1R back in a practical form, but that's a major pipe dream. I will say this: the Montage is the #1 Colorful Synth if you want a physical GUI that screams "STAR TREK!" It sounds nice and big, but it also has a real purdy mouf.
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Planet Ant Theatre is thrilled to join forces with Kristi Faulkner Dance for the first annual Live Out Fest, featuring the world premiere of "Not In My House" in part of a three-day festival celebrating LGBTQ+ identity & freedom. Kicking off on National Coming Out Day, Live Out Fest is a tribute to the healing, liberating, revolutionary power of art to the LGBTQ+ community. Live Out seeks to bring the local community together from all corners of metro Detroit to celebrate and connect with one another through our collective commitment to stand in truth and consciously live out our most beautiful, authentic, queer selves - expressed through the creation and integration of art in all its forms. The festival features dance, music, spoken-word poetry, performance art, comedy, burlesque, and more from local artists and creatives in the LGBTQ+ community.

The connecting thread throughout the three days of the festival will be a nightly performance of "Not In My House," a collaboration between Kristi Faulkner Dance and the Ruth Ellis Center to engage and inspire LGBTQ+ youth and the Detroit community through performance and storytelling. "Not in My House" references the protective structure of families, known as "houses" within the vogue community, which represent belonging, security, and often replace biological families who disown LGBTQ+ youth. It is within these chosen families that LGBTQ+ youth learn to navigate the challenges of living in a world that often judges, fears, hurts, and very often harms LGBTQ+ individuals simply because of who they are. "Not in My House" is built on the premise that by sharing our stories, we create a world in which identity and difference can unite, rather than divide. This multi-year collaboration has resulted in the creation of an original live performance blending the aesthetics of vogue and contemporary dance to explore LGBTQ identity and challenge gender norms though the creative re-imagining of our coming out stories. Comprised entirely of artists identifying as LGBTQ+, "Not in My House" radically shifts the narrative about LGBTQ+ identity by placing the power in the hands of those who can tell their own stories with authenticity. "Not in My House" seeks to inspire and empower LGBTQ+ youth to live their truth by providing representation of queer voices, specifically queer voices of color, in a society that often silences and marginalizes those voices.

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by jhochges

Spider-Woman is the code name for Jessica Drew. She is the first in a line of Spider-Woman and probably the most well-known. Drew received her powers as a young girl after being injected by a serum involving irradiated spiders blood. This was later re-written in Spider-Woman: Origin to being blasted in the womb by some sort of ray that had Spider DNA. Either way, she was a human given powers by science. She is discovered by HYDRA who brainwashes her and turns her into an assassin. Eventually she is able to overcome her HYDRA programming and becomes a superhero. She joins forces with the wizard Magnus and SHIELD Agent Jerry Hunt to track down her father’s killer. After a series of adventures Drew eventually has her powers absorbed by a villain named, wait for it… Spider-Woman! Her powers, as well as the powers of the other Spider-Women who have popped up over time, are all absorbed by Mattie Franklin who is known as… Spider-Woman! Eventually Drew starts getting her powers back, however they remain unstable. Drew works with HYDRA again to get her powers fixed while joining SHIELD as a spy. Eventually it is reveal that the HYDRA cell helping her are actually Skrulls, and this leads to the Secret Invasion storyline where Drew was replaced by the Skrull Queen Veranke. That storyline also saw Drew (Veranke? Whatever) joining the New Avengers. If you haven’t noticed, check out the Vernake card art from the Core set and take a look at her outfit. Drew remained (joined?) the New Avengers after the Secret Invasion was prevented. She also worked for SWORD (Space SHIELD). She played a role in the Siege and Spider-Verse storylines before returning to her own comic book. This volume of Spider-Woman starts with Drew back as a private investigator, but also pregnant. There’s a lot of speculation as to who the father is, but turns out she went to a sperm bank. While fighting Skrulls she goes into labor, has an emergency C-Section, delivers her boy Gerry, and wipes out the Skrulls. While she has some qualms about returning to being a Superhero since she has a child that depends on her she decides that she should be a role model to her son and continue eventually paving the way for him as he inherited her powers. These powers include superhuman strength/speed, flight, pheromone manipulation, venom blasts and wall-crawling.

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When Spider-Woman shows up in the HQ is she a (venom) blast, or does she make your skin (wall) crawl?

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Spider-Woman
Spider Friends

Bioelectric Shock (5 copies)
[BGCOLOR=#0000FF]Ranged[/BGCOLOR]
2 Attack
Wall-Crawl
Reveal the top card of your deck. If that card has an Attack icon, draw it.
Cost: 4

Radioactive Spider (5 copies)
[BGCOLOR=#009933]Strength[/BGCOLOR]
3 Recruit
To play this card, you must put a card from your hand on top of your deck.
Cost: 2
Et tu, Brute?

Venom Blast (3 copies)
[BGCOLOR=#0000FF]Ranged[/BGCOLOR]
3 Attack
Wall-Crawl
Reveal the top card of your deck. If that card has a Recruit icon, draw it.
Cost: 6
For prison psychologists, arachnophobia is a surprisingly common diagnosis.

Arachno-Pheromones (1 copy)
[BGCOLOR=#FF0000]Covert[/BGCOLOR]
Recruit a Hero from the HQ for free.
Spider Friends: Put that Hero on top of your deck.
Cost: 7
They'll follow her anywhere.

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Keywords

Wall-Crawl – When you Recruit this Hero you may put it on top of your deck. Two things to remember: 1) You don’t have to put it on top of your deck. 2) It doesn’t work when you “gain” a Hero, only when you actually Recruit a Hero.

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Bioelectric Shock – Seems a little expensive, but with Wall-Crawl and a relatively easy condition to fulfill it’s a fair price. Hits most of the time late game.

Radioactive Spider – Big recruit boost early on in the game it becomes a bit of a hindrance later when you don’t want to ditch a card in your hand. Good thing Spider-Woman has ways around this.

Venom Blast – Actually inferior to “Bioelectric Shock” in my opinion. It’s expensive and only provides 1 more Attack. It also searches for Recruit cards, and chances are if you adding a bunch of Attack to your pool, you want more of it.

Arachno-Pheromones – Good I guess if there’s expensive Heroes in the HQ. Not very exciting if you can’t trigger the Spider Friends trigger. Really nice to pick up early though.

Overall – 4/5 - Spider-Woman can work with virtually any Hero, which is usually a criteria for a 5/5, but Spider-Woman is a bit of a one trick pony. I really like her, like having her in the HQ, but she’s just shy of “top tier”. Her “mechanism” is checking the top of your deck, so Wall-Crawl on her cards mean you know what you’re getting if you Recruit first. It’s nice that her “check cards” are both Attack so you can do that. They are also useful for getting the card you had to ditch for “Radioactive Spider”, however you may not actually want that card. I feel that “RS” is quite a good choice early on, but don’t grab more than just a couple or you’ll be regretting it later as Recruit becomes less important, and you might not even want to play it due to the penalty of putting a card on your deck. The opposite is true about “Bioelectric Shock” and it becomes more powerful later in the game as you’ve been acquiring more and more Attack based cards, and hopefully you found a way to KO SHIELD agents. As I said above I actually like “BS” more than “Venom Blasts” because of the easier to afford price point. The extra Attack on “VB” certainly can be helpful at time and it’s not like it’s grossly overpriced, it’s just that 6 is expensive. What do you do if you have both “BS” and “VB” in your hand? Which do you play first? Well, if you don’t have any other tricks begin by playing the one that is checking for the resource that you don’t actually want. For example, if you want more Attack to be able to take down the Mastermind, play “VB” first. It will check to see if that card is Recruit, and if so get it out of the way so you can hopefully grab another card by playing “BS” next. If you played “BS” first and that card is Recruit you don’t get another chance to get an Attack card. These three cards make up the majority of her kit with the Rare essentially getting you an card in the HQ for free and possibly giving it Wall-Crawl, meaning that if you have “BS”/”VB” in your hand you can probably get it right away. Tigra’s Rare card “Mystic Talisman” is very similar, but I prefer this card over hers as usually the text on expensive cards are the important part over just it’s printed Recruit or Attack, and you can get that card even sooner.

As far as who works with Spider-Woman, do they have a printed Recruit or Attack symbol? Then go for it. Of course, there are Heroes that provide a better synergy than just that. She was built with Wall-Craw in mind, so she can be friends with anyone in Paint the Town Red, but I recommend Scarlet Spider over the rest. Almost all of his cards (13/14) have Wall-Crawl, and while Spider-Woman might not have any Instinct, “Perfect Hunter” is an awesome card to have with a hand full of “Bioelectric Blasts” and a Recruit card sitting on top. Because her cards are part of a “top deck” strategy, any other Hero pulling the same tricks will provide some synergy. Who’s the original “top decker”? That’s right, Gambit. While Spider-Woman might not be a X-Men, Gambit’s cards work wonder’s with her. “Stack the Deck” and then draw the card you put on top with Spider-Woman’s cards. Use “Hypnotic Charm” to ditch that crappy card you used “Radioactive Spider” to put on top. Daredevil (any of them really) works great. “Backflip” and “Balancing Act” work great as setup for Spider-Woman, and Wall-Crawl takes the “guess” out of “guess the cost of the top card of your deck”. Wall-Crawl also works awesome with Berserk. Put that “VB” on top of your deck then Berserk it off for +6 Attack! Spider-Woman rocks a lot of Range, so pair her with Havok to put the hurt on some Villains. Careful who your pair her with from X-Men, as Spider-Woman’s cards turn into dead draws with Piercing Energy cards. Did I forget to mention Vision? No, because I just did! Phasing allows you to swap that card with the top of your deck, very useful for guaranteeing draws with Spider-Woman, plus the Range activation and Size-Changing for the Vision. Other than “top deck” strategies, who else helps out Spider-Woman? Cards with built in draws, meaning “draw effects” that you don’t have to activate. Example from the Core Set – Hawkeye and Emma Frost. These cards are extremely useful if you find yourself with a bunch of “Bioelectric Shocks” in your hand. When you keep playing those “BSs” you run into a chance of hitting a Recruit card, leaving you stuck. If you have a card with build in draw then you can just grab that Recruit card and keep hunting for more Attack. This is one of the big reasons I like her with Scarlet Spider, lots of draw action there. Storm also works in this regard because of all the Range that both Heroes provide. Did somebody say “Draw” and “Range” in the same sentence? Here’s Iceman! Captain Marvel also has a Range/Strength set and they support each other well, just like in the comics. Dr. Strange is a pretty nice choice, and can add KO to your game if you make sure to grab some Illuminatis. Electro is a good choice too, He likes some Range available, but also “RS” can put a garbage card on top of your deck to KO with “Electroshock Therapy”. You can pair with Invisible Woman as well as Spider-Woman’s 4 cost cards are very desirable to purchase. She’ll even work with the WWH Heroes. Namora needs some Range class boost, and you can use “RS” to make sure you know what you are Feasting on. I’m going to recommend a 5 Hero HQ of Spider-Woman, Havok, Gambit, Scarlet Spider and Electro. Spider-Woman can be the start, Havok will take advantage of Wall-Crawl and Range cards in the discard, Gambit will help you stack the deck, literally, plus synergy with Havok, Scarlet Spider will be your wall crawl buddy and Electro can KO.

I’m sure there are many more cool combinations, what are your recommendations? Anybody wish we got Julia Carpenter instead? Anybody want to complain about the team affiliation? I would have went with Avengers myself, maybe even SHIELD, but I get that it’s the Spider-Man set.

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A budget document made public by Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley on Tuesday shows the Trump Administration redirected nearly $10 million in funding for the Federal Emergency Management Agency to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement at the time the agency expanded its arrests and detention numbers under the administration’s “zero tolerance” policy that led to the separations of hundreds of families.

That $10 million, a tiny fraction of FEMA’s multibillion-dollar budget, was requested from areas such as “preparedness and protection” and “response and recovery” to help with ICE expenses related to housing and transportation of immigrants detained by ICE. In the document, which was prepared by the Department of Homeland Security and sent to Congress over the summer, the agency argued that without the transferred funds, ICE “will not be able to fulfill its adult detention requirements in FY 2018,” creating what it called a public danger by forcing them to release undocumented immigrants in their custody and limiting the agency’s ability to make “criminal alien and fugitive arrests.”

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But the news, made public as the potentially catastrophic Hurricane Florence bears down on the Carolinas and as Trump pledged that his administration was “sparing no expense” in preparation, evoked outrage in others, particularly among those who believe that proper funding for even routine expenses at FEMA is necessary to support the agency’s work in the aftermath of Florence and to prepare for the possibility of any future natural disasters. The Washington Post reported that former FEMA officials called the funds necessary to the agency’s mission, regardless of whether they were dedicated specifically to disaster relief.

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What do you think that someone starting a new role at a center for teaching and learning (CTL) should know?

What advice would you give to an academic starting a new position at a Teaching and Learning Center?  An academic who has collaborated with CTL’s over the years, but who has never worked in one?

Would we all agree on what that advice should be?

I’m in my 5th year as part of the staff of my institutions CTL. In most ways, I still feel like a newcomer. Over my 20 years in academia, I’ve been a professor, an instructional designer, and a director of online and digital learning. (Sometimes all at once). For most of my career, my professional affiliations have been within edtech and online education groups. Most days, I still feel like a welcome guest among the tribe of the educational developer.

So I offer my advice as a relative newcomer.  Someone who has not fully transitioned his professional identity into the CTL community, but who feels connected to and inspired by my CTL colleagues. In short, I may be the wrong person to give this advice. I hope that you might do better.

The 3 things that I’d say to anyone new to the CTL world are:

#1: CTLs live in the liminal space between an academic discipline and an institutional service organization.

The academics who work in CTLs are educators. They teach. They do research. They publish. CTL professionals have their own scholarly lines of inquiry within the larger scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) space.  Educational developers and other professionals who work in CTLs value much of the same things as traditional academics. These attributes include a strong desire for autonomy, academic freedom, and control of one’s own time. Educators working within CTLs are mission-driven, with that mission being to advance learning. They are producers and consumers of learning science. This is an applied discipline, with an emphasis on connecting new knowledge (SoTL) with practice (teaching).  They have their own journals, their own professional associations, and their own conferences.  They are part of an intellectual tradition, one with shared norms of scholarship and service to the discipline.

At the same time, CTLs are institutional service organizations. They serve all learners and all educators. CTLs operationalize their missions to advance learning through a dizzying combination of programming, consulting, and campus-wide initiatives. The specific portfolio of responsibilities of a CTL may differ from school to school. At every school, the philosophy of the educational developers in their collaborations with faculty to improve teaching is never punitive, top-down, or corrective. CTLs are safe places where educators can focus on their strengths, and not be worried that their weaknesses will be judged.  Educational developers work with all educators, no matter their rank or institutional status, as full partners and collaborators.

2:  The CTL world is changing.

Anyone coming in fresh to a CTL role may not know how quickly things in CTL-World are changing. The last few years have witnessed an amazing evolution in the organizational structure of many CTLs. They have been re-constituted, redesigned, re-thought, and re-organized. Many institutions have combined previously disparate campus teaching and learning services within the organization of the CTL. Previously separate functions, such as instructional design and education media, have been integrated into many CTLs. Campus-wide experiential and digital learning initiatives have been led by centers for teaching and learning. Colleges and universities are prioritizing advancing learning through evidence-based decision making, a shift that has created new opportunities for CTLs to expand their roles in assessment and evaluation. At many schools, learning innovation efforts shepherded by the CTL are now seen as a core institutional priorities.  

This expansion of the institutional role of the CTL has occurred while traditional responsibilities have remained. CTLs did not stop running workshops and events for faculty and future faculty, or cease to engage in individual consulting, or cut back on the hosting of campus communities of practice. The addition of leadership for campus-wide initiatives, and the staffing re-organizations that have supported these new priorities, have all occurred during years in which the demands for the ongoing service offered by CTLs have only expanded. Things have been so busy that there has been little opportunity for CTLs to catch their collective breaths and take stock of the impact of all the recent changes.

3: CTLs, and the academics who work in them, should be at the forefront of leading institutional change.

The idea that CTLs have an equal responsibility for organizational development as they do to educator development is not new. The name of the CTL professional organization is, after all, Professional and Organizational Development.  Dr. Connie Schroeder, an influential CTL practitioner/scholar, has written extensively about the need for the profession to shift its lens from collaborating with individual faculty or departments - and towards leading large-scale institutional learning initiatives.

From what I can gather, the idea that CTLs have a responsibility to drive institutional (and system-wide) learning innovation efforts is not all that controversial within the CTL community. CTLs would like to do this work. An increasingly, the provosts and presidents that CTLs report would like them to do this work as well. The challenge is that colleges and universities are very difficult places to change. Advancing student learning is hard. There are no shortcuts or magic bullets. Authentic learning requires quality teaching, which means well-supported educators. Trends such as public disinvestment, rising institutional costs, and demographic headwinds have undermined the basic economic model of many institutions. Higher education has entered into the age of permanent scarcity. How CTL leaders engage with, and ultimately transcend, the constraints that colleges and universities are facing will determine their success in their mission to advance learning.

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3 Tips to Maximize the Impact of Immersive Technology in the Classroom eli.zimmerman_9856 Wed, 09/12/2018 - 14:24

Immersive technologies such as virtual reality and 3D scanning are becoming so hot that educators across the country are beginning to roll them out for students of all ages.

The problem is that, while technologies blending elements of the physical and digital worlds in simulated environments offer enormous academic value, too many institutions fall prey to what I call the “buy it and forget it” approach

This is a syndrome where administrators and others with purchasing power in educational institutions become so enamored with the novelty of new technology they decide they just need to have it — even if they do not completely understand why.

In our personal lives, we are all prone to this behavior. A few years ago, for example, I recall seeing many people getting excited about the glitzy 3D television sets on store shelves in Costco. 

They dropped thousands of dollars, loaded them onto carts and proudly wheeled them out the door to their eagerly awaiting families. Only later did many of these customers realize they would need better 3D headsets to have a passable viewing experience, and there was not much 3D programming on the air to justify the money they spent.

Education technology purchasing is similar. Schools and universities have an unfortunate track record of laying out billions of dollars on bleeding-edge technologies that never quite take off and, as a result, never get used for any truly meaningful academic purposes.

As education professionals, we cannot afford these types of wasteful mistakes with immersive technology because there is just too much at stake — too much opportunity to enhance, enrich and accelerate learning in unprecedented ways. For immersive technology to get there, it is vital to have a strategic plan that identifies why it is being considered, whom it will benefit and what metrics will be applied to demonstrate success. 

Your plan should ultimately address how much students will learn because of this technology, rather than in spite of it. Once an organization has a plan, knows roughly which technologies it needs and how they will be applied, then it is time to consider how to deploy them most effectively. Here are three tips to help:

INFOGRAPHIC: See how augmented reality can provide students with more interactive experiences!

1. Prioritize Great Digital Content to Increase Impact

As with 3D TVs, a key to using immersive technology effectively is having plenty of content for it. But publishers are typically a few years behind the adoption curve, and most have been focused on creating immersive experiences that mirror what younger generations experience in their personal lives, meaning they are more about entertainment and games than true education. Publishers will eventually improve their offerings, but universities do not have to wait.

The beauty of immersive technology is that it enables professors and students to collaboratively create their own digital learning scenarios. For instance, suppose a biology professor has a physical model of a human heart that he or she can separate into pieces. With existing technology, this professor can scan each of those pieces into a computer and share the digital objects with students who can then handle and even 3D-print them.

Suddenly, you are not only teaching students about organs; you are creating a lasting, digital learning exercise that can be shared in future projects. Students will have constant access to freshly created, fully interactive and remarkably compelling projects that can be shared, discussed and worked on with hundreds of other students through global digital communities. 

2. Tell Stories More Simply Through Interactive Experiences

Storytelling is one of the oldest and most effective learning tools we have ever known. If you make it part of immersive technology, you can amplify educational opportunities in incredible ways.

Not so long ago, I remember hearing how young students were beginning to do class presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint. While many of us might be exhausted by slide presentations now, at the time of their inception, the technology felt pretty novel.

Today, we have a powerful opportunity to put immersive technology to work as a tool for telling compelling and memorable learning-based stories in the classroom. Imagine, for example, a history professor trying to describe what life was like in ancient Rome.

Rather than simply projecting a few photographs shot decades ago of the ancient ruins of Pompeii, it would be just as possible to illustrate how families lived with a virtual tour, walking students through the ruins of a home, progressing down the cobblestone street to the site of a market, stable, doctor’s office or spa. 

3. Do Not Forget to Invest in Professional Development 

One of the most important things I can tell you about deploying immersive technology in institutions is that you shouldn’t do it alone. There is too much room for error. As a rule of thumb, plan on spending $1 on professional development for every $1 budgeted on technology. This is a very new field, and you should not leave adoption to chance. Bring on experts.

Maximize the odds your deployment will be successful by tapping the experience of others. In the long run, all these tips should help educators apply immersive technology in ways that will stimulate students to be more engaged and truly shine. It all starts with a strategic plan. If done right, the only limit to success will your imagination.

Elliott Levine is Director of Education for the Americas Region of HP, Inc. and the company’s first Distinguished Technologist focused solely on edtech. A former K-12 district administrator and professor, Elliott is a past columnist for Electronic School and American School Boards Journal.


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          If not Notebooks, then what? Look to Literate Programming      Cache   Translate Page      
Author and research engineer Joel Grus kicked off an important conversation about Jupyter Notebooks in his recent presentation at JupyterCon: There's no video yet available of Joel's talk, but you can guess the theme of that opening slide, and walking through the slides conveys the message well, I think. Yuhui Xie, author and creator of the rmarkdown package, provides a detailed summary and response to Joel's talk, where he lists Joel's main critiques of Notebooks: Hidden state and out-of-order execution Notebooks are difficult for beginners Notebooks encourage bad habits Notebooks discourage modularity and testing Jupyter’s autocomplete, linting, and way of...
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          Jobs in Tanzania: Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture Project Coordinator at Save The Children September 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Jobs in Tanzania: Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture Project Coordinator at Save The Children September 2018

ROLE PURPOSE:
The Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture Coordinator will work as part of an interdisciplinary team, under the guidance of the Area Programme Manager Singida-Dodoma. She/he will be based in Singida-Dodoma and will be responsible for coordinating with project Nutrition Officers to identify and provide assistance to members of Care Groups. Assistance includes productive asset transfers, agricultural production training, homestead garden support and training, post-harvest handling and storage assistance, and food preservation training.
She/he will also manage the formation of village Savings and Loans Groups (VICOBAS) composed of members of Care Groups who voluntarily wish to join. 

She/he will also be responsible for working closely with Nutrition Officers to identify and train various stakeholders in nutrition-sensitive agriculture including the importance of diversified household food production and consumption, sanitation and hygiene practices, and gender-equitable household decision making regarding food security resources such as food, food storage items and potable water devices such as filters. He/she will be responsible for ensuring high quality project implementation, monitoring and reporting of all project activities.

SCOPE OF ROLE:
Save the Children has been operational in Tanzania since 1986 providing support to children through developmental and humanitarian relief programmes delivered in support of Government of Tanzania priorities and policies both directly and through local partners.  Current programming focuses on child protection, child rights governance, education, nutrition, HIV/TB and emergency response.

In 2012, as part of a global reorganization process, Save the Children combined programmes of SCUK, SCUS, SC Sweden to create a single operation in Tanzania. We currently have an operational presence in Lindi, Shinyanga, Zanzibar, Songwe and Kigoma and we work through partners in other parts of the country. We employ nearly 100 staff and have an annual operating budget of approximately $10 million.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Bachelor’s Degree in agriculture or related field. Master’s Degree preferred.
Minimum of 5 years of relevant field experience with an international organization in agriculture and livestock programming.
Strong technical grasp of agriculture, livestock, climate change adaptation (CCA), environmental safeguards strategies, and natural resource management.
Experience, knowledge and skills in improved homestead garden production, demonstration plots, agricultural extension agent engagement, food preservation, and post-harvest handling and storage practices
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Demonstrated experience in project and time management.
Excellent writing and oral communication skills in English required.
Demonstrated experience in working effectively with CSOs and community-level actors, stakeholders and beneficiaries.
Experience applying and knowledge of the design, implementation and best practices for promoting behaviour change and adoption of improved practices and technologies in agriculture and livestock programming.

Significant knowledge of agriculture, food security, nutrition and gender issues in Dodoma and Singida Regions of Tanzania.
Excellent interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to lead and work effectively in team situations and independently.
Familiarity and understanding of donor policies and procedures is a plus.
Local candidates are encouraged to apply.  

Location: Dodoma, Tanzania
Contract - Full-Time
Closing date: Monday 24 September 2018
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          Learning by Wholes      Cache   Translate Page      
David Perkins is a senior professor of education at Harvard who has done a lot of super-applicable, general-audience writing. I just finished his book Make Learning Whole, and am eager to try applying each of the seven principles he outlines within. Here are some ideas of how I think each could apply to my own work, along with an explanation of the principles themselves.


Play the Whole Game

"We can ask ourselves when we begin to learn anything, do we engage some accessible version of the whole game early and often? When we do, we get what might be called a 'threshold experience,' a learning experience that gets us past the initial disorientation and into the game. From there it's easier to move forward in a meaningful motivated way."

By game, Perkins means a domain, a field, an area of learning. The point is to not to just talk about the game, not to pick away at learning just elements that are part of the game, but to actually do it and participate in it. Sure, you might have to play a junior version, probably with lots of scaffolding to support you at first, but that's still far superior to being promised you'll (maybe kinda sorta) get to the real thing later.

As a computing educator, it is tempting to say that playing the whole game comes for free since you start writing code pretty much right away. But the whole game isn't always present, at least not until later. There are oh-so-many examples of introductory programming learning experiences that go through a laundry list of concepts, using toy examples for each one before eventually getting to look at any sort of interesting, realistic problem. I avoided this with my CS1 design. It is structured around a series of demo programs in Processing. Each module is devoted to modelling how to create one demo, introducing computing concepts as they are needed. I want to make sure I continue to keep the whole game in mind for all my learning experiences. If my learners aren't doing something resembling the real thing, I need to fix that.

Make the Game Worth Playing

Motivation is always a tricky thing, especially in contexts where the reason for learning something is because a teacher said you have to. So how do we make the game worth playing? By playing the whole game, for a start. Look for intrinsic motivators. Connect to practical applications, personal insights, to other areas of the curriculum. Focus instruction on generative topics ("topics that figure centrally in the discipline or practice under study, resonate with the learner's interests and concerns, and, importantly, resonate with the teacher's also"). Teach in a way that highlights "understandings of wide scope, with enlightenment, empowerment, and responsibility in the foreground." Build a tone of enticement into the beginning of lessons. Teach for understanding. Foster a growth mindset. Provide a pleasantly frustrating challenge, seeking flow.

I've done a lot of thinking on game-like learning, and have led and contributed to development of a few game-like and even game-based learning experiences. I think that a lot of the ideas behind making the game worth playing connect well with game-like learning. I recently delivered a course to employees at work and struggled a bit with engagement. In my next experiment, I'm thinking of using game elements to increase engagement and retention.

Work on the Hard Parts

"The hard parts have an annoying characteristic: They do not always get better just through playing the whole game. Real improvement depends on deconstructing the game, singling out the hard parts for special attention, practicing them on the side, developing strategies to deal with them better, and reintegrating them soon into the whole game." Actionable assessment and communicative feedback are important aspects. To anticipate the hard parts, watch out for certain kinds of knowledge: ritual, inert, foreign, tacit, skilled, and conceptually difficult.

I've fully adopted backward course design, and have gotten pretty good at writing learning outcomes. In my next designs, I'd like to identify the 'hard parts' among the learning outcomes, and double check that I am isolating, practising, and reintegrating them. I think I am doing this in my aforementioned CS1, where I get learners to practice the newly introduced computing concept before reintegrating it back into the development of the module's demo.

Play Out of Town

We want our learners to be able to transfer their learning: "People learn something in one context, and this informs how well they learn and perform in another context. ... In other words, transfer is a matter of 'playing out of town,' applying the games we learn to bits and pieces of those games not just in their original contexts but elsewhere, in some other setting where they might be helpful." Think about "what is supposed to transfer, to where is it supposed to transfer, and how is the transfer accomplished." Fostering transfer means including "some of the connection making that we hope learners will do later on."

One of the big goals I had when starting our curriculum-aligned work-integrated learning program a few years ago was to help our students see computer science more holistically while making deliberate, explicit connections between academic theory and the industry work they do. Although I don't work on that program directly anymore, I'm always brainstorming ways to do this and making suggestions to the team. My hope is that the result will be better transfer of academic knowledge to the workplace. I'm also hoping to look for more ways to incorporate reflective abstraction and diverse applications into individual learning experiences.

Uncover the Hidden Game

"Any complicated and challenging activity always has multiple layers beneath the obvious. ... The hidden games are not only interesting but often important to doing well at the surface game. ... A great deal of learning proceeds as if there were no hidden games. But there always are. They need attention or the learners will always just be skating on the surface." A few example types of hidden games include the hidden games of strategy, causal thinking, inquiry, and power. Games hide under the rug of simplicity, within the margins of good enough, inside the cloak of the tacit, and beyond the horizon of readiness.

The next time I create a learning experience for developers who want to learn a different language or tech framework, I want to use my subject-matter experts to help me uncover the hidden game of what they do. I think a short lesson on the ideas from the book might help them know what I'm going after, and I can use my own expertise as a practitioner to dig further. I want to make sure the hidden game surfaces in the learning outcomes and therefore the rest of the learning experience.

Learn from the Team

So much of formal education has the expectation of learning solo. Learning from the team means engaging with richer participation structures (how activities are organized through roles and responsibilities) that are more social and collaborative. Effective participation structures include pair problem solving, studio learning, communities of practice, cross-age tutoring, and extreme team learning.

We've used a few of these, some more directly than others. For example, our work-integrated learning students are asked to pair program very early on in their industry-based education paths. As I work on my CS1 course to be delivered to employees, I'm planning on incorporating learning teams, each one assigned its own mentor. I also want to encourage pair or group problem solving and more meaningful peer evaluation opportunities.

Learn the Game of Learning

"Learning to learn has to do with many things: directing one's attention, choosing time and place, relating new ideas and skills to what you already know. Indeed, it has a lot to do with the previous six principles." To uncover the hidden game of learning, learners need to move from the passenger seat into the driver's seat. Skills ranging from problem-solving strategies to time management should be taught explicitly, either as a standalone course or incorporated throughout curriculum.

Our work-integrated learning program already has workshops that help our students learn the game of learning, such as a growth mindset workshop I led. As I continue to read books on how learning works, I'm hoping to compile the fundamentals into an easily-digestible format and potentially a workshop as well. The former could be shared with learners in my courses for employees as well.
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Washington D.C., Sep 12, 2018 / 03:00 pm (CNA).- The GIVEN Institute hopes to shape a new generation of Catholic leaders through a program of faith formation, mentoring, and leadership for young women.

The institute was launched on Sept. 12, as it announced a program focused on engaging and supporting young women in the work of evangelization, vocational discernment, and professional advancement.

The GIVEN Institute was founded in response to what it says are bleak statistics on female involvement with the Church. According to a 2018 study published by the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate at Georgetown University, only about 17 percent of young Catholic women attend Mass each week, while only about one-third of those women say they pray every day.

"At a time where millennial women are disaffiliating from the Church in increasing numbers, it would be really important for the Church to turn its attention to shoring up the faithfulness of the women who do want to serve the Church, so that they can carry on the legacy of faithful women who have gone before them," GIVEN executive director Elise Italiano told CNA.

The first iteration of the GIVEN project was a 2016 conference called the GIVEN Catholic Young Women’s Leadership Forum.

That event was sponsored by the Council of Major Superiors of Women Religions (CMSWR) and gathered together 300 young women from across the United States who met and discussed how best to “receive the gift they are, recognize the gifts they have been given, and respond with the gift that only they can give.”

The new GIVEN Institute aims to continue that mission by confronting what it says are two major challenges facing young Catholic women today: disaffiliation from the faith and Church, and a lack of integration of their gifts in areas of Church ministry.

"GIVEN celebrates the Church's vision for women's dignity and flourishing," Italiano said, stressing that this will form the baseline from which the institute will develop its programming to form young leaders.

“The question that GIVEN wants to tackle is: given that vision--for women's dignity and call--where can we move forward? Where can we expand on that?” 

The institute’s work will be based around two related programs.

The Catholic Young Women’s Leadership Forum will be GIVEN’s centerpiece event, held every two to three years. There participants will focus on different tracks, including vocational discernment, post-missionary work, and secular professional careers. The forum will feature keynote speakers, spiritual accompaniment, and networking opportunities, in addition to track-specific workshops and speakers.

Additionally, the institute will also launch the “Art of Accompaniment Mentoring Program” for alumnae of the Leadership Forum. This program will begin at the Leadership Forum, where attendees will be paired with a mentor from their specific track.

After the Leadership Forum, GIVEN will release digital webinars to assist with ongoing formation and to “extend the exploration of topics covered at the forum.” The mentoring program aims to build a network of female leaders who will meet with forum attendees on a one-on-one basis and provide them with personalized accompaniment.

“It’s always the right time to help young people pursue a path to holiness,” said Italiano, “but it’s increasingly clear that the Church must better facilitate a more robust presence of skilled, faithful women in its ranks.”

“The Church is always strongest and most effective in its mission when men and women work together.”

The GIVEN Institute’s events program will commence in 2019, with the first Leadership Forum expected to be held in June.


          School Age Staff-Before & After School - Hucklebug Preschool INC - Norwood, ON      Cache   Translate Page      
Up to Date First Aid and CPR. Planning and programming activities for children between the ages of 0-12. Experience working with children ages 0-12....
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          Iowa State University Opioid Prevention Workshop Draws Community Leaders      Cache   Translate Page      
Prosper training participants.

After attending the “Planning to Take Action against Opioids in Your Community” workshop in Ames on Sept. 12, community leaders from 30 Iowa counties are returning home equipped to reach various age groups with substance misuse prevention programming. Read more about Iowa State University Opioid Prevention Workshop Draws Community Leaders


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          Human Services Aide (CNA) - State of Wyoming - Buffalo, WY      Cache   Translate Page      
Knowledge of recreation and social programming. Provides daily individual and group contact to clients through delivery of recreation and leisure activities.... $12.60 - $15.75 an hour
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          Quality Assurance Inspector II - Sierra Nevada Corporation - Madison, WI      Cache   Translate Page      
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          CNC Horizontal Boring Mill Machinist - Stanek Tool, LLC - New Berlin, WI      Cache   Translate Page      
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          92.7 BIG FM INVITES MUMBAIKARS TO CELEBRATE THE 11th EDITION OF BIG GREEN GANESHA      Cache   Translate Page      

BIG FM, one of India’s largest radio networks, kicks off this year’s Ganesh festivities with the announcement of the 11th edition of its award-winning initiative, BIG Green Ganesha. With each passing year, the eco-friendly brainchild of the network has always reinforced the absolute necessity for environment conservation and sustainability. Gaining immense popularity since the time it laid its foundation in 2008, the campaign this year, will be spearheaded by BIG MJ Anirudh who is sure to entice listeners across the 10-day long festivities. 

Speaking on the occasion, BIG MJ Anirudh said, “While the Ganesha festival is celebrated with much fanfare by the Mumbaikars every year, there has been a burgeoning need to spread awareness around protecting the environment. 92.7 BIG FM's green initiative has played a significant role in urging people to adopt eco-friendly Ganesha idols instead of large colorful idols which harms the environment at large. The network's conscious efforts promoting environmental sustainability is truly commendable and I feel extremely proud of being able to contribute to it.” 

In order to make a conscious effort of keeping the environment clean, this year’s BIG Green Ganesha associated with kids from various NGOs to create eco-friendly Ganesha idols. A workshop at BIG FM studio in Mumbai was organized where exceptionally talented kids from the NGOs crafted Ganesha idols through unique techniques of clay moulding. The radio channel looks forward to empower the next generation with an art that is not only worth learning but will also teach them the importance of protecting the environment. In addition to the programming line-up, spread across 10 days of the Ganesh festival, BIG MJ Anirudh will engage audiences and devotees with special on-air and digital contests. With a thought to promote adoption of eco-friendly practices as a part of their celebration, BIG FM urges listeners to upload a photo/video of their Green Ganesha idol to stand a chance to win exciting gift hampers and vouchers. 

In the past many celebrities have extended their sincere support to the campaign and this year BIG FM is blessed to have been supported by the legendary veteran singer Asha Bhosle, who applauded BIG FM for the concept. An ardent worshiper of lord Ganesha, the melodious singer urges people to consciously adopt idols that are eco-friendly in nature and contribute their bit in retaining the environment safety. 

The radio network enters the 11th year of its long-standing association with the magnanimous Lalbaugcha Raja and is proud to be the only official radio presenter on board. Like every year BIG MJs will host their shows live from a studio booth set up at the pandal attended by lakhs of Mumbaikars sharing real time updates; giving listeners insights into the grandeur of the festivities. Levelling up the innovation and living up to the network’s proposition of more music promise, a dedicated jingle on the theme of the festival is specially curated by JAM8; a music production house by renowned music composer Pritam Chakraborty.


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          Preventive Maintenance Technician & Commercial HVAC Technician - Sheridan County School Disctrict 2 - Sheridan, WY      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Comment on 5 Ways to Find Start-up Funding for Your Small Business by Mathew Cox      Cache   Translate Page      
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          #boosted - evo_tistical      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Finding Your Niche: A Fireside Chat at CreativeLive      Cache   Translate Page      

Not too long ago I had the opportunity to sit down with a group of CreativeLive students attending a special week of programming in our Seattle studios. This conversation was never intended to be published, but after listening to this intimate conversation with some fellow creators, I had to share it. One of the things I really love about having students in the studio is 1:1 interaction and that non-tangible exchange that happens when a group of people gets together. Let’s face it, the internet can be a mixed bag. It’s sometimes hard to ask important questions. It’s been hugely beneficial for me to seek out and find safe communities where I can learn, explore, and ask questions that I might otherwise be afraid to ask, and this is something I recommend all of you find, too. A few topics we explored: To find your niche and truly differentiate yourself, you need to make art that no one else can make. Show the world how you see the world. If you want to make money with your art but don’t enjoy the business side of it, you have two good options: either partner with someone who enjoys the business side […]

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          Arduino Programming with Steve or work on your own projects      Cache   Translate Page      

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Come in and learn Arduino programming with me, or just come in to work on your own projects.

This is a member only night. Please be aware that people will be working on their projects and may not wish to be disturbed.

Olympia, WA 98501 - USA

Tuesday, October 2 at 6:00 PM

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Aseema Panda’s own YouTube channel has released a pure devotional Ganesh Bandana, which consists of three slokas – Vakratunda Mahakaya, Om Namo Vighna Rajaya and Agajanana Padmarkam. Song – Ganesh Bandana Singers – Aseema Panda & Ananya Sritam Nanda Music – Sumit Dikshit Keyboard Programming – Jaga JD Drums Programming – Anshu ALSO WATCH: Omm […]

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          Software Developer - Pollard Banknote Limited - Winnipeg, MB      Cache   Translate Page      
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          ClickFunnels Case Study      Cache   Translate Page      

The Company ClickFunnels

ClickFunnels allows customers to create and manage sales funnels. They give average users the ability to design and create sales pages inside sales funnels, with best practices for increased conversions. And it's faster, too. What once took months now takes just a few hours to set up and implement.

ClickFunnels offers users several types of funnels to market, sell, and deliver products online. Their step-by-step process makes it simple for anyone to create and deploy a professional sales or landing page, even if they don't know an ISP from a CPU.

The Challenge

Without a domain name solutions provider, things got a bit difficult. Their main challenge was a high volume of support calls, because customers were using multiple domain registrars to implement personalized domains on their sales pages.

Ryan, ClickFunnels' CTO, explained that the easiest way for users to get started on the platform was by using a subdomain of their application domain. That opened ClickFunnels, and their platform, to fraud. But, if users wanted to bring their custom domain, they had to manage all the details and manual work of registering and setting up DNS. Domain name management was a constant struggle.

This wasn't working. They wanted to give users the tools to register, connect, and operate customized domains within the ClickFunnels process. They needed a domain name solutions provider with the perfect balance of simplicity and high-end technology that could scale with their growing business.

The Solution

With automation through DNSimple, ClickFunnels achieved their goal. While DNSimple offers a simple, web-based interface for navigating the complexities of domain name management, the deciding factor for ClickFunnels was the DNSimple Application Programming Interface (API). This REST API allowed them to use scripts to register and manage domains directly from the ClickFunnels application.

DNSimple had the most straightforward and full-featured API out there, and their customer service was quick to respond. A great API is one thing but when things go wrong, as they inevitably do, being able to reach out to a person and get help is really important. -Ryan, CTO at ClickFunnels

Simple Implementation

ClickFunnels appreciated the straightforward process to get up and running. Thanks to our thorough documentation, and extensive support site, they had very few questions. If they had a technical issue, DNSimple support always provided a timely response.

Testing was also important to ClickFunnels, and is a critical component of API implementation. To that end, DNSimple maintains a developer sandbox at https://sandbox.dnsimple.com to test API calls and simulate responses. This allows developers to test scripts and ensure everything runs smoothly. DNSimple also provides complete documentation of their API, and a repository of API examples. These tools, along with the DNSimple support site, allowed ClickFunnels to test their code and feature functionality, and get assistance when needed.

A focus on strong foundations, not quick fixes

Ryan pointed out that while many domain registrars offer alternate services or features, they tend to provide so many that domain registration is no longer their priority. DNSimple has a focus, and it shows in our expertise and ability to provide excellent service.

When considering your options, look at where the company spends its energy. Look at the thoughtfulness they put into their product. When you reach out, does a person respond? This is true of any service, but DNSimple has raised the bar. […] We were able to roll out an experience our users love and continue to use in a very short period. This has increased our stickiness as a product and helped to reduce our customer churn. Clients should always be able to rely on your service, and the people behind it. – Ryan, CTO at ClickFunnels.


          Quality Assurance Analyst - Summit Search Group - Winnipeg, MB      Cache   Translate Page      
Proven experience in Programming or scripting language (JavaScript, VBScript, Java, .Net, C#, etc.). Direct hands-on experience with ad hoc query programs ...
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          Java Developer - EQ3 ltd - EQ3 - Winnipeg, MB      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Prairies - Business Technology Analyst - Technology Consulting - New Grad 2019 (Undergraduate) - Deloitte - Winnipeg, MB      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Activities Director - The Elden of Bradford Retirement Residence - Bradford, ON      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Python joins movement to dump 'offensive' master, slave terms      Cache   Translate Page      
Programming language bites its tongue to be more inclusive
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          Assistant Chief Engineer/IT - Cumulus Media - Atlanta, GA      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Youth Services Specialist II - State of Wyoming - Worland, WY      Cache   Translate Page      
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          WHY PUBLIC DIPLOMACY MATTERS ON THE KOREAN PENINSULA      Cache   Translate Page      


WHY PUBLIC DIPLOMACY MATTERS ON THE KOREAN PENINSULA

A PD Goes Local Event

From summit diplomacy to sports diplomacy, the role of public diplomacy continues to grow when it comes to security challenges on the Korean Peninsula. In the Western hemisphere, many questions arise: How does the American public view U.S. policy toward North Korea and the core issue of denuclearization? How critical is public diplomacy in dealing with these tensions? What diplomatic options exist for furthering dialogue and rebuilding peace in the region?

The USC Center on Public Diplomacy, the Indiana University School of Global and International Studies and The International Center will bring together leading experts in public opinion and public diplomacy for a timely discussion to broaden our understanding of the critical issues in this volatile region.

Panelists include:

Ira Helfand, MD, Physicians for Social Responsibility, Co-Chair, Nuclear Weapons Abolition Committee, and member of the steering committee at the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN)Emily Metzgar, Indiana University, Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies, The Media SchoolMark MintonIndiana University, School of Global and International StudiesJacob PoushterSenior Researcher, Pew Research Center

 

Reception to follow.

This program is part of CPD's "Public Diplomacy Goes Local" initiative. It explores the global public diplomacy landscape from a local vantage point. The inaugural program was held at the University of Oklahoma in fall 2018.

This program is made possible by a grant from the Korea Foundation. Read more here.

When

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 - 6:00pm

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Where

Indiana University; Shreve Auditorium (355 N. Jordan Ave., Bloomington)


          Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning in Adaptive Programming: Expanding the State of the Art      Cache   Translate Page      

No matter how you slice it, implementing a project in the field of international development ultimately boils down to this: is the project helping the people it intends to reach, and how do you know? That translates directly into the essential nuts and bolts of project management and how to measure results. Are you achieving what you had hoped? How do you know? How do you measure? Is the process improving? Are you getting better at what you’re doing over time? Are people ultimately benefitting from the program? In some cases, these questions are fairly easy to answer. If you build a road, you can measure the increase in traffic between two communities. If you build a dam, you can measure the amount of electricity produced or the number of people with a stable water supply. If you distribute mosquito nets, you hope to see malaria decline. These are generally straightforward projects with a measurable before and after. But sometimes the causal relationship between project and result can be extremely difficult to measure, especially in the core areas of The Asia Foundation’s work. We often work toward less tangible goals, such as improved governance, or empowering women, or economic development. This takes time and is sometimes difficult to quantify. Development doesn’t take place in a petri dish, and it may take a generation to bear fruit. The Foundation is not alone in this regard, and monitoring and evaluating development projects—often referred to as monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL)—has gained increasing attention from development practitioners in recent years. These practitioners—NGOs, academics, donors, and implementing organizations among others—have devised empirically defensible methods to measure results and to evaluate those results at set points. But what about efforts that are less linear in nature? What if there are unknowns at the beginning, and the path to the intended results is rapidly changing? For example, what if the desired result is an improved policy, but it is uncertain at the outset of the project how best to effect this change? In recent years, the international development community has begun to use the term “adaptive... Read more

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          Advancing Gender Equality in Asia      Cache   Translate Page      

Earlier this year, the G7 launched the Gender Equality Advisory Council to promote the integration of gender equality and gender-based analysis across all G7 activities and outcomes. As part of Canada’s presidency of the G7 during 2018, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said, “Gender equality must play a key role in creating lasting solutions to the challenges we face as a world.” The Gender Equality Advisory Council’s first report, Make Gender Inequality History, was released in June. It details commitments, investments, and measurable targets that G7 leaders should embrace to advance gender equality around the world. We see one recommendation as key to all the others: to adopt a feminist approach to international assistance by making gender equality a standalone objective and mainstreaming it throughout all development-assistance policies and programs. A few countries have already been leading the charge, including Sweden, which released its feminist foreign policy in 2014. As countries and international entities have increasingly focused on mainstreaming gender within their foreign-assistance policies and operations, The Asia Foundation has been building a commitment to gender equality in both our programs and our internal practices for many years. Our Gender Smart Initiative is cultivating an organizational culture and staff capacity to advance gender equality both institutionally and programmatically. As part of this organizational commitment, the Foundation’s Women’s Empowerment Program team organized the State-of-the-Art Gender Equality Workshop in Sri Lanka in August. The three-day workshop brought together more than 50 gender specialists, program leaders, and senior staff from The Asia Foundation’s 18 country offices for a mix of plenary and small-group discussions of key topics, from how to conduct a gender analysis, to implementing a gender and social-inclusion focus within programming, to combatting sexual harassment, as well as program topics like empowering girls and expanding women’s economic opportunities. Here are five key takeaways from the discussions. Donors are deepening their commitment to gender equality, both in their funding priorities and by putting their own houses in order, and they expect those they fund to do the same. In the past ten years there has been a groundswell of support among bilateral and multilateral... Read more

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I have problems programming the elevators for 14SG with dual R7008SB. Everything else seems to be OK but whatever I try the elevators turn in different directions. The receivers modes are B and D. Model type: WING: NORMAL 2AIL TAIL: AILEVATOR The function and channel assignment is...
          CNC Horizontal Boring Mill Machinist - Stanek Tool, LLC - New Berlin, WI      Cache   Translate Page      
Toshiba horizontal boring mill:. Burning desire to help internal and external customers. Proficient at operating and programming a Toshiba horizontal boring...
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          Senior Editor // Rédacteur principal - SSENSE - Montréal, QC      Cache   Translate Page      
Reporting to the Deputy Editor (Managing Editor), the Senior Editor creates content and programming that reflects the SSENSE brand values and point of view...
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          Student Research Assistants (3) - Yukon College - Whitehorse, YT      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Ganesh Bandana by Aseema Panda and Ananya Sritam Nanda      Cache   Translate Page      

Aseema Panda’s own YouTube channel has released a pure devotional Ganesh Bandana, which consists of three slokas – Vakratunda Mahakaya, Om Namo Vighna Rajaya and Agajanana Padmarkam. Song – Ganesh Bandana Singers – Aseema Panda & Ananya Sritam Nanda Music – Sumit Dikshit Keyboard Programming – Jaga JD Drums Programming – Anshu ALSO WATCH: Omm […]

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          Kent State Board of Trustees Approves Akron Firm to Lead Design Phase for Proposed College of Business Administration Building       Cache   Translate Page      

The Kent State University Board of Trustees approved a $3.2 million contract with Akron’s Signet Real Estate Group to lead the design phase for the new home for the College of Business Administration, a marquee building that is proposed to anchor the first phase of the Gateway to a Distinctive Kent State master plan, also called the Kent Gateway Plan.  

The project is part of the university’s Kent Gateway Plan, a $1.2 billion master plan to transform the Kent Campus and improve facilities over 10 years. The new College of Business Administration building will serve as an anchor in the transformation of the Front Campus along East Main Street, which will include a signature gateway to the university, additional green spaces and a new parking deck.

The design phase will begin immediately and culminate in summer 2019. The Board must approve further next steps for the project at future Board meetings.  

Signet brings more than 20 years of experience in successful development and facility management solutions in the areas of healthcare, higher education, research, public-private partnerships and strategic infrastructure.

“We are excited for the opportunity to create a new, iconic College of Business Administration building which will create a collaborative learning environment for business students from all over the world,” said Kevin Belt, vice president of development at Signet.

The proposed building includes a variety of classroom and learning laboratories, faculty and administrative offices, study and gathering spaces, and common areas that will encourage greater collaboration among students, faculty, staff and business leaders. The new building will model the type of learning environment that best supports students who will become the business leaders and entrepreneurs of the future.

Signet was chosen from four finalists as offering a vision with the best overall value and most cost-effective approach for completing the distinctive project. Following a P4 approach (public-private partnership plus philanthropy), Signet is developing a variety of innovative financing solutions including philanthropic opportunities to offset project costs. This forward-thinking model  includes significant naming opportunities to recognize the university’s donors for their philanthropy.

Board Approves Next Step in Partnership With Berkshire Local Schools

An exciting new educational partnership between Kent State and Geauga County’s Berkshire Local School District has moved a step closer to reality.

The Board authorized a long-term ground lease and shared services agreement with Berkshire schools to build a new PreK-12 building on 30 acres of land co-located with Kent State’s Geauga Campus.

The new school is part of Berkshire’s PRIME initiative, which stands for Partnerships for Rural Innovative Models of Education. Berkshire formed a multipartner collaboration with Kent State, the Auburn Career Center, the Geauga Growth Partnership, and other community and educational entities to develop an innovative approach to teaching and learning in the district. The new building will be the centerpiece of the initiative.

Groundbreaking is set for summer 2019, and the school is expected to open in fall 2021.

Board Approves Planned Research Expansions in Integrated Sciences Building and Cunningham Hall

The Board approved laboratory build-outs in the Integrated Sciences Building and Cunningham Hall. The Integrated Sciences Building opened in fall 2017, and it included 13,500 square feet of unfinished space in the basement for strategic expansion of research laboratories. Cunningham Hall was partially renovated and opened in fall 2016, and it included 2,140 square feet of unfinished space on the third floor for strategic expansion of research laboratories.

The research expansions will contain laboratories and laboratory support areas following an interdisciplinary approach for materials science research and biology, directly supporting and providing a physical presence for the Brain Health Research Institute and supporting Advanced Materials research. The university has budgeted $8 million for this project with funds coming from two sources: $7 million from local funds designated for Phase 1 of the Gateway to a Distinctive Kent State master plan and $1 million from the state capital allocation (Senate Bill 310). Construction is anticipated to begin in summer 2019.

Center for Architecture and Environmental Design Named After University’s Largest Donors, University Concludes Largest Fundraising Year

The Board approved the naming of The John Elliot Center for Architecture and Environmental Design and the John and Fonda Elliot Design Studios. John Elliot and his wife, Fonda, are the largest donors to Kent State.

Mr. and Mrs. Elliot began their lifelong relationship with Kent State as college students in the 1960s, marrying and starting a family while John worked steadfastly to complete his Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1970. The Elliots co-founded the American Medical Facilities Management LLC to provide high-quality care in West Virginia.

As their involvement with Kent State has continued to grow, Mr. and Mrs. Elliot have made additional commitments. They have provided the largest total outright gift in Kent State’s history, surpassing $12 million.

Such generous gifts have helped Kent State conclude its largest fundraising year in school history, securing nearly $45 million in private support during Fiscal Year 2018. Among its highest priorities, the university focuses on raising funds to support scholarships and student-based programming in nearly every school, college, division and program across all eight of the university’s campuses.

This year’s record is a 15 percent increase over Fiscal Year 2017, which also set a record of $38.9 million raised.

Board of Trustees Celebrates University’s Largest Freshman Class, Enrollment Successes

Kent State’s class of 2022 has arrived and is shattering enrollment records.  

The university’s Board of Trustees congratulated university leaders on welcoming 4,363 new freshmen, marking the largest class of new, first-year students in the university’s 108-year history. This class also includes more international students than last year and surpasses the size of the 2016 class, which set the previous freshman enrollment record.

The newest class of Golden Flashes arrives with impressive academic accomplishments, including an average 3.4 high school grade point average (GPA) and 23.5 ACT scores. Nearly half of these new freshmen have already earned an average of 16+ college credits – a full semester’s worth of college class work – prior to beginning their academic career at Kent State.

In addition to the growing number of freshmen, the number of out-of-state students went up nearly 10 percent this year. The number of first-generation students also rose, up nearly 7 percent compared to last year. And, the number of underrepresented freshmen arrived as one of the largest in history.

This year’s total overall enrollment throughout the eight-campus system comprises 38,323 students, including 27,143 on the Kent Campus and 11,180 on the Regional Campuses. This incoming class follows a record year for Kent State’s graduates who earned 5,758 baccalaureate degrees for the 2017-18 academic calendar, surpassing the previous year’s record by more than 200 and nearly doubling the number of baccalaureate degrees awarded in 2000.

Additional areas of enrollment growth include a spike in undergraduate and graduate students in Kent State’s College of Architecture and Environmental Design and the College of Public Health.

Enrollment on the campuses of Kent State University at Ashtabula, Kent State University at Trumbull and Kent State University at Tuscarawas also improved.

Board Praises President Warren for Leadership, Vision in Annual Review

Board members praised Kent State President Beverly J. Warren during her annual review commending her for the university’s progress in advancing student success, research, fundraising, partnerships, and the development of the Kent Gateway Plan.

The Board recognized President Warren’s outstanding contributions to the well-being and advancement of Kent State, finding that she not only met all of her performance goals for the 2017-18 year, but that the number and scope of those goals were ambitious and the results achieved have moved Kent State University forward in realizing the Strategic Roadmap. In recognition of an outstanding year as president, the Board affirmed that President Warren exceeded all performance goals for the year and would receive the full amount of her performance incentive.

Among other Board actions:

  • The Board named the east wing on the second floor of the Rockwell Hall Atrium as the Carol A. and Douglas M. Mancino Atrium Wing. Carol A. and Douglas M. Mancino are dedicated Kent State alumni who both currently serve on the university’s Campaign Executive Committee. They have pledged $100,000 to provide vital support to the renovation and expansion of Rockwell Hall, home of the Fashion School, as part of the comprehensive facilities master plan.
  • The Board approved a new elevator addition at McGilvrey Hall. The original elevator from 1940 still in use in the five-story McGilvrey Hall is beyond its useful mechanical life and does not meet the modern size requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). A new elevator addition will provide a larger, more reliable, efficient and safe elevator. The university has received $1.1 million in state capital funding in addition to funding designated in the amount of $300,000 from facility renewal and replacement to complete the design and construction of this project. Work on this project will occur in summer 2019.
  • The Board approved roof replacement for Rockwell Hall. The hall’s roof is more than 15 years old, is no longer repairable and is in failing condition. The project will replace the failing roof with a new roof system. It will be funded with $1.5 million in state capital funds that have been allocated and are available from the state’s 2019-20 capital bill. The design phase will begin immediately with work occurring during the summer 2019 construction season.
  • The Board approved the relocation and renovation of the nursing department at Kent State Trumbull. The nursing program on the Trumbull Campus is expanding and has outgrown the existing outdated facilities in the Main Classroom Building. This project will relocate the nursing suite to currently available space in the existing Science and Technology Building. The total project estimate is $1.23 million and will be funded through existing local campus fund balance. The design team selection will begin immediately with construction work anticipated to begin in early 2019 and be completed for the 2019 Fall Semester.
  • The Board approved a resolution of appreciation to Robert Sines, who joined Kent State Trumbull in 1986 as an assistant professor and most recently served as interim dean of the College of Aeronautics and Engineering, leading the college through a significant period of transformation. He retired on July 31, 2018. The Board expressed sincere gratitude to Dean Sines for his contributions to the education of students and the advancement of Kent State.

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Objective

Learning how to extract information out of an html page using python and the Beautiful Soup library.

Requirements

  • Understanding of the basics of python and object oriented programming

Difficulty

EASY

Conventions

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  • $ - given linux command to be executed as a regular non-privileged user

Introduction

Web scraping is a technique which consist in the extraction of data from a web site through the use of dedicated software. In this tutorial we will see how to perform a basic web scraping using python and the Beautiful Soup library. We will use python3 targeting the homepage of Rotten Tomatoes, the famous aggregator of reviews and news for films and tv shows, as a source of information for our exercise.

Installation of the Beautiful Soup library

To perform our scraping we will make use of the Beautiful Soup python library, therefore the first thing we need to do is to install it. The library is available in the repositories of all the major GNU\Linux distributions, therefore we can install it using our favorite package manager, or by using pip, the python native way for installing packages.

If the use of the distribution package manager is preferred and we are using Fedora:
$ sudo dnf install python3-beautifulsoup4
On Debian and its derivatives the package is called beautifulsoup4:
$ sudo apt-get install beautifulsoup4
On Archilinux we can install it via pacman:
$ sudo pacman -S python-beatufilusoup4
If we want to use pip, instead, we can just run:
$ pip3 install --user BeautifulSoup4
By running the command above with the --user flag, we will install the latest version of the Beautiful Soup library only for our user, therefore no root permissions needed. Of course you can decide to use pip to install the package globally, but personally I tend to prefer per-user installations when not using the distribution package manager.

The BeautifulSoup object

Let's begin: the first thing we want to do is to create a BeautifulSoup object. The BeautifulSoup constructor accepts either a string or a file handle as its first argument. The latter is what interests us: we have the url of the page we want to scrape, therefore we will use the urlopen method of the urllib.request library (installed by default): this method returns a file-like object:

from bs4 import BeautifulSoup
from urllib.request import urlopen

with urlopen('http://www.rottentomatoes.com') as homepage:
soup = BeautifulSoup(homepage)
At this point, our soup it's ready: the soup object represents the document in its entirety. We can begin navigating it and extracting the data we want using the built-in methods and properties. For example, say we want to extract all the links contained in the page: we know that links are represented by the a tag in html and the actual link is contained in the href attribute of the tag, so we can use the find_all method of the object we just built to accomplish our task:

for link in soup.find_all('a'):
print(link.get('href'))
By using the find_all method and specifying a as the first argument, which is the name of the tag, we searched for all links in the page. For each link we then retrieved and printed the value of the href attribute. In BeautifulSoup the attributes of an element are stored into a dictionary, therefore retrieving them is very easy. In this case we used the get method, but we could have accessed the value of the href attribute even with the following syntax: link['href']. The complete attributes dictionary itself is contained in the attrs property of the element. The code above will produce the following result:
[...]
https://editorial.rottentomatoes.com/
https://editorial.rottentomatoes.com/24-frames/
https://editorial.rottentomatoes.com/binge-guide/
https://editorial.rottentomatoes.com/box-office-guru/
https://editorial.rottentomatoes.com/critics-consensus/
https://editorial.rottentomatoes.com/five-favorite-films/
https://editorial.rottentomatoes.com/now-streaming/
https://editorial.rottentomatoes.com/parental-guidance/
https://editorial.rottentomatoes.com/red-carpet-roundup/
https://editorial.rottentomatoes.com/rt-on-dvd/
https://editorial.rottentomatoes.com/the-simpsons-decade/
https://editorial.rottentomatoes.com/sub-cult/
https://editorial.rottentomatoes.com/tech-talk/
https://editorial.rottentomatoes.com/total-recall/
[...]
The list is much longer: the above is just an extract of the output, but gives you an idea. The find_all method returns all Tag objects that matches the specified filter. In our case we just specified the name of the tag which should be matched, and no other criteria, so all links are returned: we will see in a moment how to further restrict our search.

A test case: retrieving all "Top box office" titles

Let's perform a more restricted scraping. Say we want to retrieve all the titles of the movies which appear in the "Top Box Office" section of Rotten Tomatoes homepage. The first thing we want to do is to analyze the page html for that section: doing so, we can observe that the element we need are all contained inside a table element with the "Top-Box-Office" id:

Top Box Office
Top Box Office
We can also observe that each row of the table holds information about a movie: the title's scores are contained as text inside a span element with class "tMeterScore" inside the first cell of the row, while the string representing the title of the movie is contained in the second cell, as the text of the a tag. Finally, the last cell contains a link with the text that represents the box office results of the film. With those references, we can easily retrieve all the data we want:

from bs4 import BeautifulSoup
from urllib.request import urlopen

with urlopen('https://www.rottentomatoes.com') as homepage:
soup = BeautifulSoup(homepage.read(), 'html.parser')

# first we use the find method to retrieve the table with 'Top-Box-Office' id
top_box_office_table = soup.find('table', {'id': 'Top-Box-Office'})

# than we iterate over each row and extract movies information
for row in top_box_office_table.find_all('tr'):
cells = row.find_all('td')
title = cells[1].find('a').get_text()
money = cells[2].find('a').get_text()
score = row.find('span', {'class': 'MeterScore'}).get_text()
print('{0} -- {1} (TomatoMeter: {2})'.format(title, money, score))
The code above will produce the following result:
Crazy Rich Asians -- .9M (TomatoMeter: 93%)
The Meg -- .9M (TomatoMeter: 46%)
The Happytime Murders -- .6M (TomatoMeter: 22%)
Mission: Impossible - Fallout -- .2M (TomatoMeter: 97%)
Mile 22 -- .5M (TomatoMeter: 20%)
Christopher Robin -- .4M (TomatoMeter: 70%)
Alpha -- .1M (TomatoMeter: 83%)
BlacKkKlansman -- .2M (TomatoMeter: 95%)
Slender Man -- .9M (TomatoMeter: 7%)
A.X.L. -- .8M (TomatoMeter: 29%)
We introduced few new elements, let's see them. The first thing we have done, is to retrieve the table with 'Top-Box-Office' id, using the find method. This method works similarly to find_all, but while the latter returns a list which contains the matches found, or is empty if there are no correspondence, the former returns always the first result or None if an element with the specified criteria is not found.

The first element provided to the find method is the name of the tag to be considered in the search, in this case table. As a second argument we passed a dictionary in which each key represents an attribute of the tag with its corresponding value. The key-value pairs provided in the dictionary represents the criteria that must be satisfied for our search to produce a match. In this case we searched for the id attribute with "Top-Box-Office" value. Notice that since each id must be unique in an html page, we could just have omitted the tag name and use this alternative syntax:

top_box_office_table = soup.find(id='Top-Box-Office')
Once we retrieved our table Tag object, we used the find_all method to find all the rows, and iterate over them. To retrieve the other elements, we used the same principles. We also used a new method, get_text: it returns just the text part contained in a tag, or if none is specified, in the entire page. For example, knowing that the movie score percentage are represented by the text contained in the span element with the tMeterScore class, we used the get_text method on the element to retrieve it.

In this example we just displayed the retrieved data with a very simple formatting, but in a real-world scenario, we might have wanted to perform further manipulations, or store it in a database.

Conclusions

In this tutorial we just scratched the surface of what we can do using python and Beautiful Soup library to perform web scraping. The library contains a lot of methods you can use for a more refined search or to better navigate the page: for this I strongly recommend to consult the very well written official docs.

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These 20+ useful commands will enhance your experience using the vim editor.

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Editor's note: The headline and article originally referred to the "vi editor." It has been updated to the correct name of the editor: "vim."
A versatile and powerful editor, vim includes a rich set of potent commands that make it a popular choice for many users. This article specifically looks at commands that are not enabled by default in vim but are nevertheless useful. The commands recommended here are expected to be set in a vim configuration file. Though it is possible to enable commands individually from each vim session, the purpose of this article is to create a highly productive environment out of the box.

Before you begin

The commands or configurations discussed here go into the vim startup configuration file, vimrc, located in the user home directory. Follow the instructions below to set the commands in vimrc:
(Note: The vimrc file is also used for system-wide configurations in Linux, such as /etc/vimrc or /etc/vim/vimrc. In this article, we'll consider only user-specific vimrc, present in user home folder.)
In Linux:
  • Open the file with vi $HOME/.vimrc
  • Type or copy/paste the commands in the cheat sheet at the end of this article
  • Save and close (:wq)
In Windows:
  • First, install gvim
  • Open gvim
  • Click Edit --> Startup settings, which opens the _vimrc file
  • Type or copy/paste the commands in the cheat sheet at the end of this article
  • Click File --> Save
Let's delve into the individual vi productivity commands. These commands are classified into the following categories:
  1. Indentation & Tabs
  2. Display & Format
  3. Search
  4. Browse & Scroll
  5. Spell
  6. Miscellaneous

1. Indentation & Tabs

To automatically align the indentation of a line in a file:
set autoindent
Smart Indent uses the code syntax and style to align:
set smartindent
Tip: vim is language-aware and provides a default setting that works efficiently based on the programming language used in your file. There are many default configuration commands, including axs cindent, cinoptions, indentexpr, etc., which are not explained here. syn is a helpful command that shows or sets the file syntax.
To set the number of spaces to display for a tab:
set tabstop=4
To set the number of spaces to display for a “shift operation” (such as ‘>>’ or ‘<<’):
set shiftwidth=4
If you prefer to use spaces instead of tabs, this option inserts spaces when the Tab key is pressed. This may cause problems for languages such as Python that rely on tabs instead of spaces. In such cases, you may set this option based on the file type (see autocmd).
set expandtab

2. Display & Format

To show line numbers:
set number
To wrap text when it crosses the maximum line width:
set textwidth=80
To wrap text based on a number of columns from the right side:
set wrapmargin=2
To identify open and close brace positions when you traverse through the file:
set showmatch

3. Search

To highlight the searched term in a file:
set hlsearch
To perform incremental searches as you type:
set incsearch
To search ignoring case (many users prefer not to use this command; set it only if you think it will be useful):
set ignorecase
To search without considering ignorecase when both ignorecase and smartcase are set and the search pattern contains uppercase:
set smartcase
For example, if the file contains: test
Test
When both ignorecase and smartcase are set, a search for “test” finds and highlights both:
test
Test
A search for “Test” highlights or finds only the second line:
test
Test

4. Browse & Scroll

For a better visual experience, you may prefer to have the cursor somewhere in the middle rather than on the first line. The following option sets the cursor position to the 5th row.
set scrolloff=5
Example:
The first image is with scrolloff=0 and the second image is with scrolloff=5.                                                                                                                                                                       
Tip: set sidescrolloff is useful if you also set nowrap.
To display a permanent status bar at the bottom of the vim screen showing the filename, row number, column number, etc.:
set laststatus=2

5. Spell

vim has a built-in spell-checker that is quite useful for text editing as well as coding. vim recognizes the file type and checks the spelling of comments only in code. Use the following command to turn on spell-check for the English language:
set spell spelllang=en_us

6. Miscellaneous

Disable creating backup file: When this option is on, vim creates a backup of the previous edit. If you do not want this feature, disable it as shown below. Backup files are named with a tilde (~) at the end of the filename.
set nobackup
Disable creating a swap file: When this option is on, vim creates a swap file that exists until you start editing the file. Swapfile is used to recover a file in the event of a crash or a use conflict. Swap files are hidden files that begin with . and end with .swp.
set noswapfile
Suppose you need to edit multiple files in the same vim session and switch between them. An annoying feature that's not readily apparent is that the working directory is the one from which you opened the first file. Often it is useful to automatically switch the working directory to that of the file being edited. To enable this option:
set autochdir
vim maintains an undo history that lets you undo changes. By default, this history is active only until the file is closed. vim includes a nifty feature that maintains the undo history even after the file is closed, which means you may undo your changes even after the file is saved, closed, and reopened. The undo file is a hidden file saved with the .un~ extension.
set undofile
To set audible alert bells (which sound a warning if you try to scroll beyond the end of a line):
set errorbells
If you prefer, you may set visual alert bells:
set visualbell

Bonus

vim provides long-format as well as short-format commands. Either format can be used to set or unset the configuration.
Long format for the autoindent command:
set autoindent
Short format for the autoindent command:
set ai
To see the current configuration setting of a command without changing its current value, use ? at the end:
set autoindent?
To unset or turn off a command, most commands take no as a prefix:
set noautoindent
It is possible to set a command for one file but not for the global configuration. To do this, open the file and type :, followed by the set command. This configuration is effective only for the current file editing session.
For help on a command:
:help autoindent
Note: The commands listed here were tested on Linux with Vim version 7.4 (2013 Aug 10) and Windows with Vim 8.0 (2016 Sep 12).
These useful commands are sure to enhance your vim experience. Which other commands do you recommend?

Cheat sheet

Copy/paste this list of commands in your vimrc file:


" Indentation & Tabs



set autoindent



set smartindent



set tabstop=4



set shiftwidth=4



set expandtab



set smarttab



" Display & format



set number



set textwidth=80



set wrapmargin=2



set showmatch



" Search



set hlsearch



set incsearch



set ignorecase



set smartcase



" Browse & Scroll



set scrolloff=5



set laststatus=2



" Spell



set spell spelllang=en_us



" Miscellaneous



set nobackup



set noswapfile



set autochdir



set undofile



set visualbell



set errorbells



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Charts and graphs are important for visualizing data and making websites appealing. Visual presentations make it easier to analyze big chunks of data and convey information. JavaScript chart libraries enable you to visualize data in a stunning, easy to comprehend, and interactive manner and improve your website's design.
In this article, learn about three top open source JavaScript chart libraries.

1. Chart.js

Chart.js is an open source JavaScript library that allows you to create animated, beautiful, and interactive charts on your application. It's available under the MIT License.
With Chart.js, you can create various impressive charts and graphs, including bar charts, line charts, area charts, linear scale, and scatter charts. It is completely responsive across various devices and utilizes the HTML5 Canvas element for rendering.
Here is example code that draws a bar chart using the library. We'll include it in this example using the Chart.js content delivery network (CDN). Note that the data used is for illustration purposes only.


<!DOCTYPE html>

<html>

<head>

  <script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/Chart.js/2.5.0/Chart.min.js"></script>

</head>



<body>

   

    <canvas id="bar-chart" width=300" height="150">




   
   
 
   

As you can see from this code, bar charts are constructed by setting type to bar. You can change the direction of the bar to other types—such as setting type to horizontalBar.
The bars' colors are set by providing the type of color in the backgroundColor array parameter.
The colors are allocated to the label and data that share the same index in their corresponding array. For example, "Latin America," the second label, will be set to "blue" (the second color) and 4 (the second number in the data).
Here is the output of this code.

2. Chartist.js

Chartist.js is a simple JavaScript animation library that allows you to create customizable and beautiful responsive charts and other designs. The open source library is available under the WTFPL or MIT License.
The library was developed by a group of developers who were dissatisfied with existing charting tools, so it offers wonderful functionalities to designers and developers.
After including the Chartist.js library and its CSS files in your project, you can use them to create various types of charts, including animations, bar charts, and line charts. It utilizes SVG to render the charts dynamically.
Here is an example of code that draws a pie chart using the library.


<!DOCTYPE html>

<html>

<head>

   

    <link href="https//cdn.jsdelivr.net/chartist.js/latest/chartist.min.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />

   

    <style>

        .ct-series-a .ct-slice-pie {

            fill: hsl(100, 20%, 50%); /* filling pie slices */

            stroke: white; /*giving pie slices outline */          

            stroke-width: 5px;  /* outline width */

          }



          .ct-series-b .ct-slice-pie {

            fill: hsl(10, 40%, 60%);

            stroke: white;

            stroke-width: 5px;

          }



          .ct-series-c .ct-slice-pie {

            fill: hsl(120, 30%, 80%);

            stroke: white;

            stroke-width: 5px;

          }



          .ct-series-d .ct-slice-pie {

            fill: hsl(90, 70%, 30%);

            stroke: white;

            stroke-width: 5px;

          }

          .ct-series-e .ct-slice-pie {

            fill: hsl(60, 140%, 20%);

            stroke: white;

            stroke-width: 5px;

          }



    </style>

     </head>



<body>



    <div class="ct-chart ct-golden-section"></div>



    <script src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/chartist.js/latest/chartist.min.js"></script>



    <script>

       

      var data = {

            series: [45, 35, 20]

            };



      var sum = function(a, b) { return a + b };



      new Chartist.Pie('.ct-chart', data, {

        labelInterpolationFnc: function(value) {

          return Math.round(value / data.series.reduce(sum) * 100) + '%';

            }

              });

     </script>

</body>

</html>


Instead of specifying various style-related components of your project, the Chartist JavaScript library allows you to use various pre-built CSS styles. You can use them to control the appearance of the created charts.
For example, the pre-created CSS class .ct-chart is used to build the container for the pie chart. And, the .ct-golden-section class is used to get the aspect ratios, which scale with responsive designs and saves you the hassle of calculating fixed dimensions. Chartist also provides other classes of container ratios you can utilize in your project. For styling the various pie slices, you can use the default .ct-series-a class. The letter a is iterated with every series count (a, b, c, etc.) such that it corresponds with the slice to be styled.
The Chartist.Pie method is used for creating a pie chart. To create another type of chart, such as a line chart, use Chartist.Line.
Here is the output of the code.

3. D3.js

D3.js is another great open source JavaScript chart library. It's available under the BSD license. D3 is mainly used for manipulating and adding interactivity to documents based on the provided data.
You can use this amazing 3D animation library to visualize your data using HTML5, SVG, and CSS and make your website appealing. Essentially, D3 enables you to bind data to the Document Object Model (DOM) and then use data-based functions to make changes to the document.
Here is example code that draws a simple bar chart using the library.


<!DOCTYPE html>

<html>

<head>

     

    <style>

    .chart div {

      font: 15px sans-serif;

      background-color: lightblue;

      text-align: right;

      padding:5px;

      margin:5px;

      color: white;

      font-weight: bold;

    }

       

    </style>

     </head>



<body>



    <div class="chart"></div>

   

    <script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/d3/5.5.0/d3.min.js"></script>



    <script>



      var data = [342,222,169,259,173];



      d3.select(".chart")

        .selectAll("div")

        .data(data)

          .enter()

          .append("div")

          .style("width", function(d){ return d + "px"; })

          .text(function(d) { return d; });

       

 

    </script>

</body>

</html>


The main concept in using the D3 library is to first apply CSS-style selections to point to the DOM nodes and then apply operators to manipulate them—just like in other DOM frameworks like jQuery.
After the data is bound to a document, the .enter() function is invoked to build new nodes for incoming data. All the methods invoked after the .enter() function will be called for every item in the data.
Here is the output of the code.

Wrapping up

JavaScript charting libraries provide you with powerful tools for implementing data visualization on your web properties. With these three open source libraries, you can enhance the beauty and interactivity of your websites.
Do you know of another powerful frontend library for creating JavaScript animation effects? Please let us know in the comment section below.
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You likely have heard the term serverless (and wondered why someone thought it didn’t use servers). You may have heard of Functions-as-a-Service (FaaS) – perhaps in the context of Lambda from Amazon Web Services, introduced in 2014. You’ve probably encountered event-driven programming in some form. How do all these things fit together and, more importantly, when might you consider using them? Read on.
Servers are still involved; developers just don’t need to think about them in a traditional way.
Let’s start with FaaS. With FaaS, you write code to accomplish some specific task and upload the code for our function to a FaaS provider. The public cloud provider or on-premise platform then does everything else necessary to provision, run, scale, and manage the code. As a developer, you don’t need to do anything other than write your code and wire it up to other functions and services. FaaS provides programmers with an abstraction that allows them to focus on just writing code that takes action in response to events rather than interacting with the underlying server (whether bare metal, virtualized, or containerized).
[ Struggling to explain containers to non-techies? Read also: How to explain containers in plain English. ]
Now enter event-driven programming. Functions run in response to external events. It could be a call generated by a mouse click in a web app. But it could also be in response to some other action. For example, uploading a media file could trigger custom code that transcodes the file into a variety of formats.
Serverless then describes a set of architectural patterns that build on FaaS. Serverless combines custom FaaS code with common back-end services (such as databases and authentication) connected primarily through an event-driven execution model. From the perspective of a developer, these services are all managed by a third-party (whether an ops team or an external provider). Of course, servers are still involved; developers just don’t need to think about them in a traditional way.

Why serverless?

Serverless is an emerging technology area. There’s a lot of interest in the technology and approach although it’s early on and has yet to appear on many enterprise IT radar screens. To understand the interest, it’s useful to consider serverless from both operations and developer perspectives.
PaaS and FaaS are best thought of as being on a continuum rather than being entirely discrete.
For operations teams, one of the initial selling points of FaaS on public clouds was its pricing model. By paying only for an ephemeral (typically stateless) function while it was executing, you “didn’t pay for idle.” In general, while this aspect of serverless is still important to some, it’s less emphasized today. As a broader concept that brings in a wide range of services of which FaaS is just one part, the FaaS pricing model by itself is less relevant.
However, pricing model aside, serverless also allows operations teams to provide developers with a self-service platform and then get out of the way. This is a concept that has been present in platforms like OpenShift from the beginning. Serverless effectively extends the approach for certain types of applications.
The arguably more important aspect of serverless is increased developer productivity. This has two different aspects.
The first is that, as noted earlier, FaaS abstracts away many of the housekeeping details associated with server provisioning and management that are often just overhead for developers. In practice, this may not appear all that different to developers than a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS). FaaS can even use containers under the covers just like a PaaS typically does. PaaS and FaaS are best thought of as being on a continuum rather than being entirely discrete.
The second is that, by offering common managed services out of the box, developers don’t need to constantly recreate them for new applications.

Where does serverless fit?

Serverless targets specific architectural patterns. As described earlier, it’s more or less wedded to a programming model in which functions and services react to each other in an event-driven and largely asynchronous way. Functions themselves are generally expected to be stateless, handle single tasks, and finish quickly. The fact that the interactions between services and functions are all happening over the network also means that the application as a whole should be fairly tolerant of latencies in these interactions.
You can think of FaaS as both simplifying and limiting.
While there are overlaps between the technologies used by FaaS, microservices, and even coarser-grained architectural patterns, you can think of FaaS as both simplifying and limiting. FaaS requires you to be more prescriptive about how you write applications.
Although serverless was originally most associated with public cloud providers, that comes with a caveat. Serverless, as implemented on public clouds, has a high degree of lock-in to a specific cloud vendor. This is true to some degree even with FaaS, but serverless explicitly encourages bringing in a variety of cloud provider services that are incompatible to varying degrees with other providers and on-premise solutions.
As a result, there’s considerable interest in and work going into open source implementations of FaaS and serverless, such as Knative and OpenWhisk, so that users can write applications that are portable across different platforms.
[ What's next for portable apps? Read also: Disrupt or be disrupted: 3 trends enabling next-level IT agility. ]

The speedy road ahead

Building more modern applications is a top priority for IT executives as part of their digital transformation journeys; it’s seen as the key ingredient to moving faster. To that end, organizations across a broad swath of industries are seeking ways to create new applications more quickly. Doing so involves both making traditional developers more productive and seeking ways to lower the barriers to software development for a larger pool of employees.
Serverless is an important emerging service implementation architecture that will be a good fit for certain types of applications. It will coexist with, rather than replace, architecture alternatives such as microservices used with containers and even just virtual machines. All of these architectural choices support a general trend toward simplifying the developer experience and making developers more productive.

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The Z shell known as zsh is a shell for Linux/Unix-like operating systems. It has similarities to other shells in the sh (Bourne shell) family, such as as bash and ksh, but it provides many advanced features and powerful command line editing options, such as enhanced Tab completion.
It would be impossible to cover all the options of zsh here; there are literally hundreds of pages documenting its many features. In this article, I'll present five tips to make you more productive using the command line with zsh.

1. Themes and plugins

Through the years, the open source community has developed countless themes and plugins for zsh. A theme is a predefined prompt configuration, while a plugin is a set of useful aliases and functions that make it easier to use a specific command or programming language.
The quickest way to get started using themes and plugins is to use a zsh configuration framework. There are many available, but the most popular is Oh My Zsh. By default, it enables some sensible zsh configuration options and it comes loaded with hundreds of themes and plugins.
A theme makes you more productive as it adds useful information to your prompt, such as the status of your Git repository or Python virtualenv in use. Having this information at a glance saves you from typing the equivalent commands to obtain it, and it's a cool look. Here's an example of Powerlevel9k, my theme of choice:

zsh_theme_small.png

zsh Powerlevel9K theme
The Powerlevel9k theme for zsh
In addition to themes, Oh My Zsh bundles tons of useful plugins for zsh. For example, enabling the Git plugin gives you access to a number of useful aliases, such as:


$ alias | grep -i git | sort -R | head -10

g=git

ga='git add'

gapa='git add --patch'

gap='git apply'

gdt='git diff-tree --no-commit-id --name-only -r'

gau='git add --update'

gstp='git stash pop'

gbda='git branch --no-color --merged | command grep -vE "^(\*|\s*(master|develop|dev)\s*$)" | command xargs -n 1 git branch -d'

gcs='git commit -S'

glg='git log --stat'


There are plugins available for many programming languages, packaging systems, and other tools you commonly use on the command line. Here's a list of plugins I use in my Fedora workstation:
git golang fedora docker oc sudo vi-mode virtualenvwrapper

2. Clever aliases

Aliases are very useful in zsh. Defining aliases for your most-used commands saves you a lot of typing. Oh My Zsh configures several useful aliases by default, including aliases to navigate directories and replacements for common commands with additional options such as:


ls='ls --color=tty'

grep='grep  --color=auto --exclude-dir={.bzr,CVS,.git,.hg,.svn}'


In addition to command aliases, zsh enables two additional useful alias types: the suffix alias and the global alias.
A suffix alias allows you to open the file you type in the command line using the specified program based on the file extension. For example, to open YAML files using vim, define the following alias:
alias -s {yml,yaml}=vim
Now if you type any file name ending with yml or yaml in the command line, zsh opens that file using vim:


$ playbook.yml

# Opens file playbook.yml using vim


A global alias enables you to create an alias that is expanded anywhere in the command line, not just at the beginning. This is very useful to replace common filenames or piped commands. For example:
alias -g G='| grep -i'
To use this alias, type G anywhere you would type the piped command:


$ ls -l G do

drwxr-xr-x.  5 rgerardi rgerardi 4096 Aug  7 14:08 Documents

drwxr-xr-x.  6 rgerardi rgerardi 4096 Aug 24 14:51 Downloads


Next, let's see how zsh helps to navigate the filesystem.

3. Easy directory navigation

When you're using the command line, navigating across different directories is one of the most common tasks. Zsh makes this easier by providing some useful directory navigation features. These features are enabled with Oh My Zsh, but you can enable them by using this command:
setopt  autocd autopushd \ pushdignoredups
With these options set, you don't need to type cd to change directories. Just type the directory name, and zsh switches to it:


$ pwd

/home/rgerardi

$ /tmp

$ pwd

/tmp


To move back, type -:
Zsh keeps the history of directories you visited so you can quickly switch to any of them. To see the list, type dirs -v:


$ dirs -v

0       ~

1       /var/log

2       /var/opt

3       /usr/bin

4       /usr/local

5       /usr/lib

6       /tmp

7       ~/Projects/Opensource.com/zsh-5tips

8       ~/Projects

9       ~/Projects/ansible

10      ~/Documents


Switch to any directory in this list by typing ~# where # is the number of the directory in the list. For example:


$ pwd

/home/rgerardi

$ ~4

$ pwd

/usr/local


Combine these with aliases to make it even easier to navigate:


d='dirs -v | head -10'

1='cd -'

2='cd -2'

3='cd -3'

4='cd -4'

5='cd -5'

6='cd -6'

7='cd -7'

8='cd -8'

9='cd -9'


Now you can type d to see the first ten items in the list and the number to switch to it:


$ d

0       /usr/local

1       ~

2       /var/log

3       /var/opt

4       /usr/bin

5       /usr/lib

6       /tmp

7       ~/Projects/Opensource.com/zsh-5tips

8       ~/Projects

9       ~/Projects/ansible

$ pwd

/usr/local

$ 6

/tmp

$ pwd

/tmp


Finally, zsh automatically expands directory names with Tab completion. Type the first letters of the directory names and TAB to use it:


$ pwd

/home/rgerardi

$ p/o/z (TAB)

$ Projects/Opensource.com/zsh-5tips/


This is just one of the features enabled by zsh's powerful Tab completion system. Let's look at some more.

4. Advanced Tab completion

Zsh's powerful completion system is one of its hallmarks. For simplification, I call it Tab completion, but under the hood, more than one thing is happening. There's usually expansion and command completion. I'll discuss them together here. For details, check this User's Guide.
Command completion is enabled by default with Oh My Zsh. To enable it, add the following lines to your .zshrc file:


autoload -U compinit

compinit


Zsh's completion system is smart. It tries to suggest only items that can be used in certain contexts—for example, if you type cd and TAB, zsh suggests only directory names as it knows cd does not work with anything else.
Conversely, it suggests usernames when running user-related commands or hostnames when using ssh or ping, for example.
It has a vast completion library and understands many different commands. For example, if you're using the tar command, you can press Tab to see a list of files available in the package as candidates for extraction:


$ tar -xzvf test1.tar.gz test1/file1 (TAB)

file1 file2


Here's a more advanced example, using git. In this example, when typing TAB, zsh automatically completes the name of the only file in the repository that can be staged:


$ ls

original  plan.txt  zsh-5tips.md  zsh_theme_small.png

$ git status

On branch master

Your branch is up to date with 'origin/master'.



Changes not staged for commit:

  (use "git add ..." to update what will be committed)

  (use "git checkout -- ..." to discard changes in working directory)



        modified:   zsh-5tips.md



no changes added to commit (use "git add" and/or "git commit -a")

$ git add (TAB)

$ git add zsh-5tips.md


It also understands command line options and suggests only the ones that are relevant to the subcommand selected:


$ git commit - (TAB)

--all                  -a       -- stage all modified and deleted paths

--allow-empty                   -- allow recording an empty commit

--allow-empty-message           -- allow recording a commit with an empty message

--amend                         -- amend the tip of the current branch

--author                        -- override the author name used in the commit

--branch                        -- show branch information

--cleanup                       -- specify how the commit message should be cleaned up

--date                          -- override the author date used in the commit

--dry-run                       -- only show the list of paths that are to be committed or not, and any untracked

--edit                 -e       -- edit the commit message before committing

--file                 -F       -- read commit message from given file

--gpg-sign             -S       -- GPG-sign the commit

--include              -i       -- update the given files and commit the whole index

--interactive                   -- interactively update paths in the index file

--message              -m       -- use the given message as the commit message

... TRUNCATED ...


After typing TAB, you can use the arrow keys to navigate the options list and select the one you need. Now you don't need to memorize all those Git options.
There are many options available. The best way to find what is most helpful to you is by using it.

5. Command line editing and history

Zsh's command line editing capabilities are also useful. By default, it emulates emacs. If, like me, you prefer vi/vim, enable vi bindings with the following command:
$ bindkey -v
If you're using Oh My Zsh, the vi-mode plugin enables additional bindings and a mode indicator on your prompt—very useful.
After enabling vi bindings, you can edit the command line using vi commands. For example, press ESC+/ to search the command line history. While searching, pressing n brings the next matching line, and N the previous one. Most common vi commands work after pressing ESC such as 0 to jump to the start of the line, $ to jump to the end, i to insert, a to append, etc. Even commands followed by motion work, such as cw to change a word.
In addition to command line editing, zsh provides several useful command line history features if you want to fix or re-execute previous used commands. For example, if you made a mistake, typing fc brings the last command in your favorite editor to fix it. It respects the $EDITOR variable and by default uses vi.
Another useful command is r, which re-executes the last command; and r , which executes the last command that contains the string WORD.
Finally, typing double bangs (!!) brings back the last command anywhere in the line. This is useful, for instance, if you forgot to type sudo to execute commands that require elevated privileges:


$ less /var/log/dnf.log

/var/log/dnf.log: Permission denied

$ sudo !!

$ sudo less /var/log/dnf.log


These features make it easier to find and re-use previously typed commands.

Where to go from here?

These are just a few of the zsh features that can make you more productive; there are many more. For additional information, consult the following resources:
An Introduction to the Z Shell
A User's Guide to ZSH
Archlinux Wiki
zsh-lovers
Do you have any zsh productivity tips to share? I would love to hear about them in the comments below.

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We have a saying in the Python/Django world: We came for the language and stayed for the community. That is true for most of us, but something else that has kept us in the Python world is how easy it is to have an idea and quickly work through it over lunch or in a few hours at night.
This month we're diving into Python libraries we love to use to quickly scratch those side-project or lunchtime itches.

To save data in a database on the fly: Dataset

Dataset is our go-to library when we quickly want to collect data and save it into a database before we know what our final database tables will look like. Dataset has a simple, yet powerful API that makes it easy to put data in and sort it out later.
Dataset is built on top of SQLAlchemy, so extending it will feel familiar. The underlying database models are a breeze to import into Django using Django's built-in inspectdb management command. This makes working with existing databases pretty painless.

To scrape data from web pages: Beautiful Soup

Beautiful Soup (BS4 as of this writing) makes extracting information out of HTML pages easy. It's our go-to anytime we need to turn unstructured or loosely structured HTML into structured data. It's also great for working with XML data that might otherwise not be readable.

To work with HTTP content: Requests

Requests is arguably one of the gold standard libraries for working with HTTP content. Anytime we need to consume an HTML page or even an API, Requests has us covered. It's also very well documented.

To write command-line utilities: Click

When we need to write a native Python script, Click is our favorite library for writing command-line utilities. The API is straightforward, well thought out, and there are only a few patterns to remember. The docs are great, which makes looking up advanced features easy.

To name things: Python Slugify

As we all know, naming things is hard. Python Slugify is a useful library for turning a title or description into a unique(ish) identifier. If you are working on a web project and you want to use SEO-friendly URLs, Python Slugify makes this easier.

To work with plugins: Pluggy

Pluggy is relatively new, but it's also one of the best and easiest ways to add a plugin system to your existing application. If you have ever worked with pytest, you have used pluggy without knowing it.

To convert CSV files into APIs: Datasette

Datasette, not to be confused with Dataset, is an amazing tool for easily turning CSV files into full-featured read-only REST JSON APIs. Datasette has tons of features, including charting and geo (for creating interactive maps), and it's easy to deploy via a container or third-party web host.

To handle environment variables and more: Envparse

If you need to parse environment variables because you don't want to save API keys, database credentials, or other sensitive information in your source code, then envparse is one of your best bets. Envparse handles environment variables, ENV files, variable types, and even pre- and post-processors (in case you want to ensure that a variable is always upper or lower case, for instance).

Do you have a favorite Python library for side projects that's not on this list? Please share it in the comments.

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Sling TV, DISH’s streaming TV service launched in 2015, is beefing up its offering of digital-first channels with two new additions from Cinedigm.

Starting today, Cinedigm’s Docurama, which houses a collection of fact-based documentaries, and its fandom-focused CONtv will be available to SlingTV subscribers as individual add-ons for $5 a month each.

The launch of the two channels is a continuation of the agreement between Cinedigm and Sling TV, which began with the launch of the popular values-based Dove Channel on June 28, marking the first time in Cinedigm’s history that one of its OTT networks was offered through Sling TV.

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Cinedigm is excited to build upon our relationship with Sling TV with the addition of Docurama and CONtv,” said Bill Sondheim, president of Cinedigm‘s Entertainment Group, in a statement. “These channels both cater to distinct audiences who are passionate, knowledgeable and know exactly what they want to see. We look forward to continuing to provide the rapidly growing Sling TV community with our diverse entertainment programming.”

Launched as a VOD service in 2014, Docurama provides viewers with a vast library featuring over 100 films, shorts, and series, as well as interviews and in-depth film festival coverage. This month, Sling TV viewers with a Docurama subscription can view the Nick Cave film “20,000 Days On Earth,” the fan-to-frontman fairytale “Don’t Stop Believin': Everyman’s Journey,” and the in-depth Mafia series “Gangster Empire.”

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With CONtv, a leading digital-first entertainment network devoted exclusively to fandom, viewers will have access to thousands of hours of content that encompasses sci-fi, horror, fantasy, anime, grindhouse, and martial arts action. CONtv’s offerings include kung fu fantasy “Immortal Demon Slayer,” fan-favorite anime series “Digimon Adventure,” alien time travel epic “Kung Fu Traveler” and “Hellraiser.”

This isn’t the first time Cinedigm has partnered with a streaming service to increase the visibility of its OTT channels. Earlier this year the North American Entertainment company partnered with Twitch, a gamer-focused social video platform owned by Amazon, to launch two linear channels on the platform utilizing content from its CONtv and Combat Go (an OTT channel dedicated to martial arts) properties. The channels were part of a new “Always On” initiative from Twitch to create a section on its site dedicated to housing linear content unrelated to gaming. Unfortunately, Twitch’s push into housing linear content hasn’t lived up to the expectations of the publishers its partnered with. But, for now, Cinedigm fans can still find its programming housed on the platform.

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          Garry Marshall Theatre Appoints New Managing Director      Cache   Translate Page      

Garry Marshall Theatre's Board of Directors is proud to announce that Kurt J. Swanson has joined the new nonprofit's leadership team as Managing Director.

"We're thrilled to welcome Kurt to the Garry Marshall Theatre," says Artistic Director, Dimitri Toscas. "His extensive knowledge of nonprofit development and theatre management is bolstered only by his first-hand understanding of the local community and what makes it tick. His leadership style is inspiring and he's quickly become a valued member of our team."

Swanson is the theatre's first official Managing Director in its year-long history after relaunching as the nonprofit Garry Marshall Theatre in the summer of 2017.

The role of Managing Director was created after the departure of Executive Director Sherry Greczmiel at the end of the inaugural season. Swanson will lead the organization's charge in fundraising, infrastructure development, and brand-building while guiding the theatre in the best-practice business principles that pertain to nonprofit live performance.

"I feel very fortunate to have been able to capitalize on my long-time performing arts and theatre background with my business and fiscal skills that have been honed over several decades," says Swanson. "This is my 'home town theatre' since I've lived nearly two decades in the neighborhood and have always admired this performing space."

Alongside the Artistic team of Dimitri Toscas and Joseph Leo Bwarie, Swanson will be a major player in the continuation of programming during the Garry Marshall Theatre 2018/2019 Season, which begins on October 12 with a new production of Real Women Have Curves by Josefina López.

With over 30 years of continuous nonprofit business management of performing arts, nonprofit, and social services organizations, Swanson has a long history of bold, dynamic leadership and collaboration. He has served numerous theatres and nonprofits across the country - including the The Broad Stage (Santa Monica) as General Manager, Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Chicago) as Interim Business Manager, Arts Services Associates (Milwaukee) assigned as Business Manager for Theatre X, and Box Office Manager for Skylight Theatre in Milwaukee. He also served as Operations Director of CASA of Los Angeles and Executive Director of Animal Samaritans in the Coachella Valley.

Swanson's appointment culminates a three-month search process, which considered a significant candidate pool from Los Angeles and across the country. The search was conducted by the Garry Marshall Theatre Board of Directors.

About Kurt Swanson

Chicago native Kurt Swanson has been involved in theatre since his years as a musician for High School plays. His performance skill garnered statewide awards and earned him scholarships. He served in a variety of administrative positions with social service and arts organizations in Milwaukee and Chicago, including serving as a founding member of the "Second Tier" collaborative arts organization in Milwaukee, and as manager of Theatre X, an internationally touring ensemble theatre. In Chicago, he served as finance manager for Steppenwolf Theatre during the time of its mainstage, experimental and Broadway productions, often interacting with major stars and virtually every sector of professional theatre production. He has served as senior staff to major nonprofits in the Coachella Valley and Los Angeles, and served on the board of Syzygy Theatre Group.

About Garry Marshall Theatre

Garry Marshall Theatre is a nonprofit organization providing innovative performances, educational opportunities, and storytelling activities for all ages, year-round. Located in the heart of Burbank and Toluca Lake's entertainment industry, the critically acclaimed and Ovation Award-winning 130-seat theatre was founded in 1997 as the Falcon Theatre by Hollywood legend Garry Marshall. Reestablished as the Garry Marshall Theatre in 2017, the theatre continues to cultivate new artists and experiences that spark ideas and build community.


          L.A. Chamber Orchestra Collaborates With Four Larks For SESSION      Cache   Translate Page      

Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO), in collaboration with Four Larks, presents SESSION, an innovative performance experience curated by composer and LACO Artist Educator Derrick Spiva Jr and designed to explore classical music's cutting-edge sounds and challenge traditional concert-going expectations, on Thursday, October 4, 2018, 8 pm (doors open at 7:30 pm), at Hauser & Wirth in Downtown LA's Arts District. The evening of music, linked by sonic metaphors, composed by an array of national and international composers, and performed by LACO musicians and others, also offers a "hang" with the artists and a drink ticket for ticketholders, plus food available for purchase.

The program features a world premiere by Spiva, a rising African-American composer long associated with LACO. Titled The Body Overcome, it is a peaceful meditation for string quartet, wind quartet, percussion, voice and oud (a pear shaped Middle Eastern lute with West African, Indian and Eastern European influences. Also performed are Conor Brown's Hirvi ("The Elk"), a jubilant work for double quintet and voice influenced by Norwegian and Eastern European music traditions; Reena Esmail's String Quartet (Ragamala), which blends Indian and Western classical music styles; selections from Salina Fisher's abstract T?rino, a string quartet inspired by Maori p?t?rino (traditional flute of New Zealand); and movements from Juan Pablo Contreras' celebratory Angel Mestizo for harp, double quintet and percussion. Acclaimed Hindustani vocalist Saili Oak demonstrates her tremendous versatility, performing in Hindustani classical style on Spiva's and Esmail's works and in Finnish on Brown's.

"These composers and their music serve as bridges between musical traditions, emphasizing the connections between things that may initially appear to be dissimilar," says Spiva, who served as LACO Composer In Residence in the 2015-16 season and is noted for conducting, composing and teaching styles that reflect the multicultural atmosphere of Los Angeles, where he lives and works.

"LACO's Artist Educator Derrick Spiva, Jr is working closely with us to help expand upon LACO's commitment to support music creators, provide meaningful music education opportunities and increase community access to music," explains LACO Executive Director Scott Harrison. "SESSION, LACO's newest performance experience, is designed to appeal to those who may be unfamiliar with classical music as well as those curious about the ways in which the genre is shifting and progressing."

SESSION continues in Winter 2019 with conductor/composer Matthias Pintscher and in spring 2019 with conductor/composer and wild Up director Christopher Rountree, whose work stands at the intersection of classical music, new music, performance art and pop. Programs fit the unique properties of unconventional spaces and test ideas about the relationship between performers and audience. (Dates and details to be announced.)

Spiva, who holds a BA from UCLA and an MFA from CalArts, was awarded a composer residency with LACO through New Music USA's "Music Alive" program for the Orchestra's 2015-16 season, during which LACO gave the world premiere of his joyous work Prisms, Cycles, Leaps, the first part of his trilogy for chamber orchestra, influenced by traditional West African music and Hindustani rhythmic cycles. In May 2018, LACO premiered the second part, From Here A Path. This season, Sphinx Virtuosi gives the New York premiere of Spiva's A Vision Unfolding at Carnegie Hall. Spiva is noted for conducting, composing and teaching styles that reflect the multicultural fabric of Los Angeles, where he lives and works. He weaves music across multiple cultures into his musical vocabulary by using integrative composition techniques that seek common ground between different musical traditions, creating works that break down the boundaries between musical genres. He received the prestigious New Music USA award in both 2010 and 2011 and has served as a teaching artist for the Los Angeles Philharmonic, instructor for the Community Arts Partnership program at CalArts and Artistic Director and conductor for the Santa Clarita Valley Youth Orchestra. Spiva is also Artistic Director of the new music ensemble Bridge to Everywhere. He studied classical music as a student of Ian Krouse, Paul Chihara, David Rosenboom and Alex Shapiro while also studying West African music and dance with Kobla Ladzepko, Persian music theory with Pirayeh Pourafar and Houman Pourmehdi, Balkan music theory with Tzvetanka Varimezova, and tala in Hindustani classical music with Swapan Chaudhuri and Aashish Khan.

Oak, a finalist on the popular Indian singing reality TV series Zee Marathi's Sa Re Ga Ma Pa, is a disciple of Dr. Ashwini Bhide Deshpande, a leading vocalist of the Jaipur-Atrauli gharana. She has established her own musical identity, incorporating classical and semi-classical musical styles into traditional Indian technique. In addition to performing throughout India, Oak has appeared at the Summer Sounds festival at the Hollywood bowl, Vedic Heritage in New York and Beyond Borders at the University of Maine. With several albums and singles to her credit, Oak is the first Hindustani singer to perform with a symphony orchestra.

Brown, a composer and clarinetist from Altona, Colorado, finds musical inspiration in the sweeping prairies, big sky and jagged peaks of the American West. His compositions often feature complex, driving rhythms, sustained tension and ornamentation influenced by folk music from around the world. He has had works commissioned by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Albany Symphony Orchestra, the American Symphony Orchestra and many others.

Contreras, born in Guadalajara, Mexico, is a Los Angeles-based classical music composer who incorporates Mexican popular and folk music into his works. He received a LACO commission for its In Focus series that will be premiered this spring. Recognized as "one of the most prominent young composers of Latin America" (Milenio), Contreras' music has been performed by the National Symphony Orchestra of Mexico, the Salta and Cordoba symphonies in Argentina and the Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra in Venezuela. The recipient of the ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Award and Mexican Endowment for the Arts and Culture Young Artist Fellowship, Contreras has served as composer-in-residence at the Turtle Bay Music School and the Concerts on the Slope chamber music series in New York. He holds degrees in composition from the Manhattan School of Music (MM) and CalArts (BFA), and is currently pursuing a DMA degree at the USC Thornton School of Music.

Esmail, a Los Angeles-based Indian-American composer whose musical compositions span the worlds of Indian and Western classical music, has worked with the Kronos Quartet, Salastina Music Society, American Composers Orchestra and SOLI, among many others. Currently the Composer in Residence for Street Symphony, she previously served in similar posts with the Albany Symphony, Concerts on the Slope and Pasadena Master Chorale. Esmail, who has taught at Yale College and the Manhattan School of Music, received a Fulbright scholarship to study Hindustani music in India. Her doctoral thesis, entitled Finding Common Ground: Uniting Practices in Hindustani and Western Art Musicians, explores the methods and challenges of the collaborative process between Hindustani musicians and Western composers.

Fisher is a New Zealand composer and violinist currently based in New York. Her work, which explores the musical traditions of Japan and New Zealand, with experiments in timbre and colour, has been performed internationally by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Albany Symphony Orchestra and St Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra, among others. In 2016, Fisher became the youngest ever winner of the SOUNZ Contemporary Award, New Zealand's premier composition prize, for her work Rainphase. In 2017, she won the prestigious award again for T?rino, commissioned in 2016 by Chamber Music New Zealand. She is currently studying for a Master of Music in Composition at Manhattan School of Music with composer/performer Susan Botti.

Four Larks, creative producers and art directors of SESSION, is noted for blurring the lines between dance, theater and opera. The organization, which operates in the back of a flower shop in downtown LA, has garnered acclaim for its award-winning "junkyard operas" that combine large-scale immersive design with innovative orchestration and dynamic physical theatre. Composer/Director Mat Sweeney and Creative Producer Sebastian Peters-Lazaro have been creating original work as Four Larks since 2008. Alongside an international collective of collaborators, Four Larks works variously as chamber-pop band, physical theatre ensemble and immersive space-makers.

Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (LACO) ranks among the world's top musical ensembles. Beloved by audiences and praised by critics, the Orchestra is known as a champion of contemporary composers, with eight ASCAP Awards for Adventurous Programming, as well as a preeminent interpreter of historical masterworks. Headquartered in the heart of the country's cultural capital, LACO has been proclaimed "America's finest chamber orchestra" (Public Radio International), "LA's most unintimidating chamber music experience" (Los Angeles magazine), "resplendent" (Los Angeles Times) and "one of the world's great chamber orchestras"(KUSC Classical FM). Performing throughout greater Los Angeles, the Orchestra presents orchestral, Baroque and chamber concerts, as well as salon evenings in private spaces and unique experiences that explore classical music's cutting-edge sounds. Jaime Martín, praised as "a visionary conductor, discerning and meticulous" (Platea Magazine), is LACO's Music Director Designate and takes the podium as Music Director in the 2019-20 season.

Steinway is the official piano of Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra.

Tickets are $35 (includes drink ticket) and may be purchased online at laco.org or by calling LACO at 213 622 7001 x 1. Hauser & Wirth is located at 901 E. 3rd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90013.


          Los Angeles Ballet's 13th Season Opens 10/6      Cache   Translate Page      

Los Angeles Ballet (www.losangelesballet.org), the city's own and only professional classical ballet company, announces its 2018-2019 Season that includes both classical and contemporary programming.

LAB Co-Artistic Directors Thordal Christensen and Colleen Neary present Modern Moves, a mixed bill Directors' Choice program; the return of the holiday tradition, The Nutcracker, and Serenade and La Sylphide. Programs are performed at LAB's home theaters: UCLA's Royce Hall, Glendale's Alex Theatre, Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center, and the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, and this year also include performances at Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts.

"This season truly embodies our mission to preserve the best choreographic work of the past and become the impetus for the best choreography yet to come," said Christensen and Neary. "Our repertoire celebrates the masters, while showcasing contemporary choreographers that are creating their own legacies."

Modern Moves will open the season (October 2018) and will feature Balanchine's Western Symphony, Les Chambres des Jacques, a LAB premiere from Aszure Barton, and Lickety-Split, a LAB premiere from Alejandro Cerrudo. The production brings three choreographic interpretations from master choreographers of the 20th and 21st centuries. The evening highlights Americana, folk music and the Old West.


LAB's popular The Nutcracker (November and December 2018), set in 1912 Los Angeles, returns for the holidays. After last season's sold-out performances, the holiday engagement kicks off with performances at Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts, a new venue for LAB, over Thanksgiving weekend. The performances at Dolby Theatre will again feature a live orchestra led by internationally renowned conductor Andrea Quinn. LAB partners with the American Federation of Musicians (Local 47, the Musicians Union of Hollywood) to bring Tchaikovsky's luminous, beloved score to life.

To close the season, Los Angeles Ballet presents Serenade and La Sylphide (March 2019), a passionate program that offers masterpieces choregraphed by George Balanchine and August Bournonville. Balanchine's Serenade is stirring, sweeping and romantic and one his best-loved works, and Bournonville's La Sylphide is a captivating story of love and loss.

Entering its thirteenth season, Los Angeles Ballet continues to present world-class performances and provide diverse outreach opportunities throughout Southern California. At a time when the arts are underfunded and continue to be absent from public school curricula, it is Los Angeles Ballet's mission to share the gift of dance with the broadest possible audience and give back to the community that has so generously supported it. Los Angeles Ballet opens its doors with free classes for all ages with A Chance to Dance and provides thousands of free tickets with Power of Performance (POP!), to special needs children and adults, military families, veterans and seniors through collaboration with 49 community partners. To date, LAB has provided 166,000 free tickets to POP! participants.


About Los Angeles Ballet - Founded in 2004 by Artistic Directors Thordal Christensen and Colleen Neary, and Executive Director Julie Whittaker, Los Angeles Ballet is known for its superb stagings of the Balanchine repertory, stylistically meticulous classical ballets, and its commitment to new works. LAB has become recognized as a world-class ballet company in twelve seasons, presenting 38 productions encompassing 69 works, including 18 commissioned world premieres. Los Angeles Ballet 'tours' throughout LA County, regularly appearing at four venues. Since its inception in 2006, LAB's Power of Performance (POP!) program has provided thousands of free tickets to underserved or disadvantaged children, seniors, veterans, and their families. LAB's A Chance to Dance Community Days outreach program was launched in October 2012.

About Thordal Christensen - Among Thordal Christensen's many credentials are an impressive performing career, successful leadership of one of the world's major ballet companies, critically applauded original choreography, and a proven commitment to dance education. Born in Copenhagen, Denmark, Christensen received his ballet training at The Royal Danish Ballet School and at the School of American Ballet in New York City before a performance career that included the Royal Danish Ballet, New York City Ballet, and Pacific Northwest Ballet. Christensen then returned to Denmark where he was Artistic Director of the Royal Danish Ballet. This blend of Bournonville and Balanchine tradition is one of the defining themes of his career, and has shaped the unique artistic vision that Christensen, along with his wife Colleen Neary, bring to Los Angeles Ballet. In 2002, he was made Knight of the Dannebrog by Queen Margrethe II of Denmark.

About Colleen Neary - Colleen Neary brings to Los Angeles Ballet the benefits of her vast experience as one of George Balanchine's quintessential ballerinas. In her experience as a dancer, teacher, and ballet mistress, she also worked closely with other luminaries of 20th century dance, including Rudolf Nureyev, Maurice Béjart, and Ji?í Kylián. Born in Miami, Florida and trained at The School of American Ballet, Neary danced in New York City Ballet under the direction of George Balanchine, then for Maurice Béjart's Ballet du XXième Siecle, and Pacific Northwest Ballet. Neary was personally selected by Balanchine to teach his choreography to major companies all over the world as a répétiteur for The George Balanchine Trust.


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          Canyon Ridge Christian Church - Children’s Weekend Experience Director      Cache   Translate Page      

PLEASE APPLY HERE: https://vsearch.ws/2HqWQmz

 

About the Organization:

Canyon Ridge has always been a place where people from all walks of life can "come as they are" to draw close to God. We believe that no matter where you are in life, God has a next step for you. We'd love for you to join us on your journey as we "Join Jesus, to Bring Life to everyone, everywhere, and every day.”

 

CRCC was established in 1993.  The church was planted from Central Christian Church in Henderson, NV.  It began at the YMCA, and then moved to Cimarron High School until they purchased the land on Jones and Lone Mountain and built their Campus. Canyon Ridge has since planted The Crossing in the Southwest part of town and have started a Satellite Campus approximately 3 years ago (Centennial Hills). As God continues to work in them, they are starting another Satellite Campus in the area of Providence in February of 2018.  

 

Canyon Ridge is warm and friendly and offers a casual church experience with practical Biblical teaching for anyone who walks through their doors. With a family environment, diversity, and an authentic spirit, Canyon Ridge is a place to get plugged in and grow in your faith for anyone at any stage of faith.

 

About the Position:

 

The role of the Children’s Weekend Experience Director is to partner with the Family Ministry Pastor and Children’s Pastor to lead a Children’s Ministry that is passionate about connecting children (birth to 5th grade) to Jesus and leading them to follow Him to more life than ever before. This person will provide innovative, energetic, and strategic leadership to the Children’s Ministry volunteers in the areas of Production, Programming, Family Engagement and First Impressions.

This will be accomplished by teaching biblical truths in age appropriate ways, by developing environments that capture a child’s imagination, and by creating a family-friendly experience that begins when they arrive on campus and continues into the Children’s area.

 

What We Are Searching For / Qualifications:

The following describes many of the characteristics of the ideal candidate for the Children’s Weekend Experience Director:

 

Education

A Bachelor’s degree is required with some Biblical training preferred.

 

Experience

The ideal candidate for this role will have experience leading staff in a children’s ministry capacity at a church of at least a thousand, with a significant volunteer base of 100 volunteers or more.

Personal Characteristics

  • Pastoral with a growing and contagious relationship with Christ
  • Possesses biblical knowledge and lives out biblical truth in everyday life
  • Familiar with and experience using Orange Curriculum and understands the Orange Philosophy of partnering with parents, children, and their families
  • Strategic and visionary leader that inspires, recruits, motivates, equips, and trains staff and lay volunteers
  • Team leader and player that has the ability to coach, build large teams, promote teamwork, and delegate responsibility
  • Commitment to children’s ministry for the long-haul not just looking for a stepping stone in ministry
  • Self-awareness with an intelligence and relational equity
  • Energetic and understands the current trends in Children’s Ministry
  • Quotes kids’ movies, watches kids’ television, and laughs hysterically at YouTube videos of stupid human tricks and animals acting like humans
  • Embraces the Las Vegas culture and has a heart for the city.

 

PLEASE APPLY HERE: https://vsearch.ws/2HqWQmz

 

 

 


          Family Ministry Associate      Cache   Translate Page      

Trinity is a fast growing, multi-generational and diverse church looking to add someone to their team with a “whatever it takes” work ethic.  This position would help facilitate our ongoing children’s and student’s programming as well as launch new ministries to fill current gaps and support church growth.  From communicating with parents and leading large teams of volunteers to teaching opportunities across a wide range of ages and planning events this position would help facilitate ministry to young people in a creative and intentional way.  We are looking for someone with a high level of integrity, dedication and trustworthiness who would be excited to think big and help dream up future steps for Trinity’s family ministries.

Our mantra at Trinity is that “Everyone is Welcome, Anything is Possible.”  For more information about Trinity Church, including our vision and values, please go to trinitymesa.church

To apply please send your resume to: sylviaschertz@trinitymesa.church

Please also create a short video where you introduce yourself and tell us why you are interested in this position.  Send the link to: sylviaschertz@trinitymesa.church


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          Children’s Pastor/Children’s Ministry Director      Cache   Translate Page      

Are you called to a ministry that ushers in the presence of God and to be a fire starter?

Do you have a passion to see kids hide God’s Word in their heart?

Do you love kids, all things Kids-ministry and love talking to and ministering to parents?

Do you know how to cast vision and inspire children’s ministry teams?

Have you experienced brokenness and minister out of a place of brokenness?

 

Reveal Fellowship is a church that is in love with Jesus. Jesus Christ is our Senior Pastor and the Holy Spirit is our worship leader. We believe that our worship experiences should be Spirit-led and not tied to a set schedule or put in a box. The most common feedback from visitors is that they sense the presence of God as soon as they walk in. We want to build upon a children’s ministry that is highly relational and engaging.

We place a great emphasis on worship and the teaching of the Word. The vision of Reveal Fellowship began approximately 7 years ago when God charged our Lead Pastor, David Hall, with a vision to raise up an Army of Light that displaces darkness (Ephesians 5:8; Romans 13:11-12; John 8:12; 1 Peter 2:9). We live in a world filled with darkness, but when darkness is evicted everything changes. Although the name “Reveal Fellowship” seemed unusual when we began, God began to confirm through the pages of scripture that when darkness is removed, revelation is received. Our generation is desperately in need of a revelation of Jesus in all His glory. This new church would be about proclaiming the light, revealing the truth, and loving Jesus. The focus would not be on reaching the masses, but on seeing the individual healed, equipped, and sent back on the battlefield as a soldier in God’s Army of Light. By equipping the saints for the work of the ministry (Ephesians 4:12), the saints of God would be empowered to reach the masses for Christ. Lost people matter to God, and we are called to seek and save the lost. Since the beginning of Reveal, thousands of lives have been set free from strongholds, seasoned saints who were stuck have found a first-love flame rekindled, and a small army passionately in love with Jesus has formed.

We are looking for the right person to continue to stoke those fires and help see children (and their parents) be equipped and empowered to walk as Jesus walked. Over 600 people attend Reveal each weekend. For more information on Reveal Fellowship, visit www.revealfellowship.com

Qualifications:

  • A passion for the Bible and all things kids’ ministry
  • A solid calling to South Florida and a high commitment to the local church
  • Hard-working with a "whatever it takes" attitude
  • Baptized in the Holy Spirit
  • A team player with solid organizational skills
  • A strong love for children and families
  • A minimum of 3 years of experience leading a children’s ministry
  • Proven success in recruiting and building volunteer teams
  • Ability to handle high expectations
  • A lifestyle congruent with the biblical requirements for leaders (1 Tim. 3:1-13; 2 Tim. 2; Titus 1:5-9)

 

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee all programming and ministry for children ages birth – 5th grade, including Sunday services, Wednesday night AWANA, Friday Night Young Adult services, summer programming, special events, etc…
  • Create environments, activities and programming for each age group that will facilitate learning and encourage spiritual growth.
  • Recruit, train, schedule and lead teams of volunteers.
  • Maintain and enhance a security system that protects children in our church’s care.
  • Insure that the Bible teaching in the children’s ministry is unified with the goals, doctrine and philosophy of Reveal Fellowship. We want solid biblical teaching with good application, not just moral lessons on good behavior.
  • Identify and execute ministry and missions opportunities for children to participate in.
  • Be available to preach and teach the Bible in adult worship service when asked.
  • Provide pastoral care for children’s ministry volunteers
  • Provide pastoral care for children and families within the church including hospital visits and follow-up.
  • Maintain a strategy for reaching and assimilating new children and families.

Only resumes accompanied with a COVER LETTER will be considered.  If you have a video of you teaching or working with children, please include a link to the video in the letter (not required, but helpful).

The cover letter should be personalized for this position and should answer 4 questions:

(1) Why you are interested in this position?

(2) Why you would feel comfortable relocating to South Florida?

(3) Define your call to ministry.

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To apply for this full time position at our Traverse City Campus please send cover letter, resume and teaching links directly to HR@kensingtonchurch.org

Kensington Church has 6 campuses (5 in Southest Michigan and 1 in Traverse City, MI). The Traverse City Campus has an average weekly attendance of 800.

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This person will lead the Family Ministries Team at Kensington's Traverse City Campus to create engaging environments for kids and students as well as partnering with parents to grow faith at home. 

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Demonstrate the qualities of a follower of Jesus Christ, with a passion to love God, live in community with those in the Body of Christ and extend the love of God to those seeking Him. Show a strong commitment to living out Kensington’s values of In Christ, Under Scripture, As a Family, For the One, From Brokenness, With Open-handedness, Through Others in his/her Christian life.

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  • Competence: Undergraduate degree in related field preferred. Training in Leadership and management helpful. Proven ability to lead and develop leaders, build teams, and cast vision for a high impact church.
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The High Point Market Authority (HPMA) recently announced its robust lineup of personalities and programming for its newest space, The Point, for Fall Market, Oct. 13 – 17. Located on Commerce Ave, between S. Main and Wrenn streets, The Point debuted in April during Spring Market as the first freestanding, High Point Market-branded venue conceived to enhance the buyer experience. Continue Reading
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Sterling Broadcasting has shuffled programming at its two stations in Ponca City OK. AC “Sunny 104.7” KQSN has flipped to Country as “104.7 The Bull“. KQSN will add Premiere Network’s Bobby Bones Show for mornings. The AC format previously on KQSN has moved to what was Talk/Sports 1230 WBBZ as “Sunny 1230“. The station will continue to air the syndicated Murphy, Sam & Jodi in mornings and Delilah at night. Owner/General Manager Lymon James hosts middays and Deb Woodruff in afternoons.

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Dick Broadcasting CHR “Hot 98.3” WGCO Midway/Savannah GA has announced the addition of “Jared & Katie in the Morning”. The show is based at co-owned 107.5 WKZL Greensboro NC and is led by Jared Pike and Katie Tesh and also features ‘Man Kisser Matt’ Wells, intern Thomas ‘Hugs O’Houlihan’ Marvin, and Dick VP/Programming Jason Goodman. Pike and Tesh previously served as co-host’s on WKZL’s previous “Murphy in the Morning” prior to taking the reins of the show in June 2012. Dick Broadcasting Company is proud to announce the arrival of their new morning show for Savannah’s Hot 98.3 “Jared and Katie in the Morning” Jared Pike and Katie Tesh found remarkable success in morning radio after their 2012 debut. An instant hit with listeners, their Phonetaps, Wars of the Roses, and Local Talent Tuesdays have become staple segments for their home market of Greensboro, NC. Relatable, engaging and wildy entertaining, Jared and Katie are joined on air by Man Kisser Matt (Matt Wells), intern Hugs O’Houlihan (Thomas Marvin), and Jason Goodman. Goodman, a member of the Jared and Katie show as well as VP of Programming for Dick Broadcasting notes, “Jared and Katie took over the morning show 6 years ago on WKZL. Since then, they have developed into a high profile show that has memorable and engaging content with a wide range of emotions. Jared and Katie have won the NCAB Morning Show of the Year in 2017 and have led WKZL to be a nationwide finalist for Station of the Year in 2017 and upcoming in 2018 at the NAB in late September. Jared and Katie will be a perfect fit for Savannah’s new Hot 98.3! “After the incredibly successful launch of Hot 98.3 earlier this year, the addition of Jared and Katie is just another step to taking over the market!”, remarked Operations Manager Gabe Reynolds. Program Director Stacy Scott said of the addition, “We officially have the last piece to our puzzle! I am so excited to bring on such an entertaining morning show! Savannah, be ready to start your mornings off right! Now, Hot 98.3 Savannah is complete!”

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We Are Pleased to Welcome and Introduce the School of Natural Sciences’ Newest Faculty Members

 

 

Daniel Beller

Assistant Professor

Physics

Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Beller’s research centers around theoretical soft matter physics and focuses on defects in liquid crystals and colloidal crystals, often in the context of self-assembly strategies for particles at the micro and nano scales. He also studies problems in population genetics in connection with analogous questions in statistical physics. In his current research, he is studying the dynamics of biomaterials that form non-equilibrium, "active matter" analogues of liquid crystals. Before coming to UC Merced, Beller was a post-doctoral scholar at Harvard University and Brown University.

 

 

Kinjal Dasbiswas

Assistant Professor

Physics

Ph.D., University of Florida

Dr. Dasbiswas’ research focuses on a theoretical description of the active material properties of the cellular cytoskeleton. The goal of his research is to elucidate the organizational role that physical factors such as mechanics play in biology. Much of Dasbiswas’ work is informed by experiments and is in close collaboration with experimentalists. His research interests lie in the realm of theoretical soft matter and biological physics, particularly in using continuum theories of matter and statistical physics to understand and describe biological materials, cells, and tissue.

 

 

 

Changho Kim

Assistant Professor

Applied Mathematics

Ph.D., Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Dr. Kim worked as a post-doctoral scholar at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory after completing his Ph.D. in Chemistry at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). His current research includes the modeling of reactive electrolyte systems aiming at the simulation of small-scaled batteries and micropumps, and he investigates the underlying stochastic dynamics description of such systems as well as the effects of thermal fluctuations. His approaches are based on both continuum description (fluctuating hydrodynamics) and particle dynamics description (molecular dynamics).

 

 

Aurora Pribram-Jones

Assistant Professor

Chemistry & Chemical Biology

Ph.D., U.C. Irvine

Dr. Pribram-Jones develops finite-temperature and ensemble electronic structure methods for use in materials science, quantum chemistry, and warm dense matter theory. She collaborates with researchers at Harvey Mudd College, using high-performance computing to simulate ordered and disordered complex alloys. A former President's Postdoctoral Fellow at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and UC Berkeley, her activities within the community have included coordinating the Computational Chemistry and Materials Science Summer Institute, and visiting elementary schools to discuss the many ways to be a chemist, and how superheroes rely on metallurgy in the Marvel Universe.

 

 

 

Shahar Sukenik

Assistant Professor

Chemistry & Chemical Biology

Ph.D. Hebrew University

By combining live cell microscopy, spectroscopy, and computer simulations, Dr. Sukenik’s lab aims to understand how the environment surrounding proteins affects their behavior inside and outside the cell, in health and disease. During his time as a Ph.D. student at Hebrew University, Sukenik studied the biophysical chemistry of proteins – the molecular machines that enable life. His graduate research led him to pursue postdoctoral research with Martin Gruebele at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he developed microscopy methods to study how proteins function and interact in live cells.

 

 

Tommaso Buvoli 

Visiting Assistant Professor

Applied Mathematics

Buvoli is a visiting assistant professor in mathematics at the University of California Merced. Previously, he completed his graduate degree in applied mathematics at the University of Washington. His research areas are numerical analysis and scientific computing. He is primarily interested in high-order time-integrators, exponential integrators, and parallel-in-time methods. He also enjoys teaching numerical analysis and programming techniques.

 

 

Nicholas Knight

Visiting Assistant Professor

Applied Mathematics

Ph.D., U.C. Berkeley

Dr. Knight is a visiting assistant professor of Applied Mathematics at UC-Merced. He studies numerical algorithms for linear algebra problems. He also enjoys exploring the California outdoors.

 

 

Jennifer Pett-Ridge  

Adjunct Professor

Life & Environmental Sciences

PhD., U.C. Berkeley

Dr. Pett-Ridge’s research uses the tools of systems biology and biogeochemistry to link identity and function in environmental microbial communities. Pett-Ridge is a senior staff scientist and group leader at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory who uses the tools of systems biology and biogeochemistry to link, identity, and function in environmental microbial communities. Recently awarded a DOE Early Career award to work on responses of tropical soil microbes to climate change, she has also pioneered the use of NanoSIMS isotopic imaging in the fields of microbial biology and soil biogeochemistry.


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  • An introduction to the Julia language, part 2

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Develop professional enterprise Java EE applications quickly and easily with this popular IDE

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