Mariel Baker

Which universities are producing today’s programming talent?

As business demand for entry-level software developers increases, there is a lot to be found beyond the top schools. Image: iStock / monsitj It’s not just the top universities that offer top-notch computer science programs. A new report reveals that other universities in the United States are training students with …

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The whole world is watching: Bernholdt and ORNL programming environment team get ready for Frontier and Exascale

David Bernholdt from ORNL This article is by Matt Lakin, science editor at Oak Ridge National Laboratory The world’s fastest supercomputer comes with some assembly required. Frontier, the country’s first exascale computer system, will not be assembled as a whole until all parts have been delivered to the US Department …

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Columbus Metropolitan Library resumes work to fight “summer slide”

15-year-old Stevie Bentley can’t wait to head into grade 10. She is especially excited, like many children, to be back in a school building for full-time classes, as last year’s virtual learning was a challenge. “I’m pretty excited for this. Hope it will be better. … Last year was a …

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No needles? No problem. This COVID-19 vaccine could be inhaled.

Scientists have come up with a new way to get vaccinated against the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, and it comes with a twist: No needles are needed. Rather, this vaccine would be aerosolized so that it could be inhaled by a patient. Paul Whitford, associate professor of physics at the …

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4 software programming challenges for today’s developers

How? ‘Or’ What intimidating are today software programming challenges? In many ways, software is more difficult today than it was before. Certainly, programming today is not more difficult in all respects. Modern programmers benefit from a litany of tools–like web-based source code managers, low-code platforms, and automated release management tools …

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Tachyum Triples Company Valuation at End of Series B Funding Cycle

LAS VEGAS, July 20, 2021 – Tachyum today announced that it has closed its Series B round, led by private equity investor IPM Group in cooperation with Slovak wealth manager, Across Private Investments. The latest funds raised during the round will be used to finalize Prodigy as it moves from …

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New Horizons Computer Learning Center has a new partner in Dallas-Fort Worth

New Horizons Dallas offers training and certifications in a variety of topics critical to the success of today’s IT departments and IT professionals. DALLAS, July 20, 2021 / PRNewswire / – New Horizons Computer Learning Centers is delighted to announce the opening of its new franchise location, New Horizons Dallas. …

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Director of Family Ministries (PT) – Episcopal News Service

PART-TIME DIRECTOR OF FAMILY MINISTRIES The Church of the Holy Trinity (CHT) is looking for a part-time Director of Family Ministries. This role provides care, education, spiritual counseling and special programs for children of all ages, youth and their guardians. The Director of Family Ministries is a caring, collaborative, family-oriented …

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Israeli startup aims to be the Mellanox of quantum – Sponsored Content

In 2020, Israeli IT company Mellanox hit the headlines when it was bought out for $ 7 billion by US IT giant Nvidia. Mellanox allows the construction of supercomputers by linking many powerful computers together. Aharon Brodutch, CEO and co-founder of Canadian-Israeli startup Entangled Networks, hopes his company can emulate …

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