Programming

The Huntsville Festival of the Arts unveils its winter programming 2021-2022

As Ontario continues with its reopening plan, the Huntsville Festival of the Arts (HfA) is delighted to announce its 2021-2022 winter programming. The province’s recent announcement to lift indoor capacity restrictions signals HfA’s return to in-person concerts at the Algonquin Theater and Deerhurst Resort. The lineup also includes a number …

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The Recorder – Museum grants to help Historic Deerfield, PVMA weather the pandemic

DEERFIELD – Historic Deerfield and the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association (PVMA) have received grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities to develop new programs as the museum industry navigates the enduring COVID-19 pandemic. Of a total of $ 87.8 million awarded to nearly 300 institutions across the United States, …

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2021 PAC Programming Software Market SWOT Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Significant Growth

Detailed study and analysis of the Global PAC Programming Software Market highlights new trends in the PAC programming software industry and provides businesses with business information. This study helps manufacturers, suppliers and investors, CEOs to identify opportunities and business optimization strategies to improve their value in the global PAC Programming …

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The best young SA programmers nominated for the 2021 Programming Olympiad awards

The South African IT Olympiad, an initiative of the Institute of Information Technology Professionals South Africa (IITPSA), presented the 2021 Programming Olympiad in partnership with Standard Bank. The Olympiad saw over 1,200 learners compete in two rounds, with 19 finalists from across the country taking part in the challenge final …

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MSU Libraries to Expand Ozarks Programming at Smithsonian Folklife Festival 2023 – News

Missouri State University President Dr. Frank Einhellig announces the partnership with the Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage at the Smithsonian Institution. A new agreement between Missouri State University and the Smithsonian Institution’s Center for Popular Life and Cultural Heritage will put the Ozarks on the national scene in 2023. …

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BITS & BYTES: NightWood returns to The Mount; Registration open to ACA; BCC virtual open house; Zoom discussion with journalist Timothy Egan; 18 Degrees expands its youth programming

NightWood returns to the mount from November 4 to December 31 LENOX – The Mount, Edith Wharton’s Home will present her second year of NightWood, an outdoor sound and light experience that immerses visitors in a fantastic winter landscape inspired by the site’s architecture and setting. This year, NightWood combines …

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Compass Returns to New York: Good Shepherd Services Hosts Epic, Nighttime Puzzle Hunt Fundraiser to Support New York’s Youth Programming

NEW YORK–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Good Shepherd Services (GSS) hosted their epic, nightly, biennial fundraising event Compass this Saturday, sponsored by Element Capital Management, for the first time since the start of the pandemic. Compass is an immersive, breathtaking, and highly competitive nighttime puzzle hunt through New York City that brings …

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A new installation of Catholic Charities will begin programming next week

Catholic charities in central and northern Missouri are getting closer to opening the doors of their new facility, with at least one program slated to operate out of space next week. After nearly two years in development, Catholic Charities’ Central Missouri Health and Human Services Center at 1015 Edmonds Street …

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Functional programming vs. object-oriented: the basics

Engaging in a programming paradigm is an important step in any application development effort. While they are hardly the only two options when it comes to overall development models, the choice between functional programming and object-oriented programming is a choice that a growing number of developers are faced with today. …

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Emmer sponsors the Programming Advancement and Promotion Act

A website for federal government apps would be developed under legislation sponsored by U.S. Representative Tom Emmer (R-MN) to help U.S. innovators access the tools and resources they need to build apps for the web and mobile devices. The bipartisan Programming Advancement and Promotion Act (APP), HR 5559, which Representative …

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