Programming

A New How-To Guide on Using Python for Earth Observation

Thousands of satellites orbit the Earth and observe conditions in the atmosphere, oceans and the earth’s surface. Large amounts of information are collected all the time, but the raw data must be manipulated before it becomes useful for scientific analysis. Python is a programming language that can be used to …

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Boone’s Appalachian Theater Resumes Live Programming in September | New

BOONE – The Appalachian Theater of the High Country has announced that it will reopen to the general public on September 3 for the first time since March 2020. This concludes a long period of time in which the ATHC produced 15 online broadcasts of seven films and eight stage …

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Main solar networks and IntelliMedia to collaborate

DALLAS, TEXAS, August 03, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Principal Solar, Inc. (OTC Pink: PSWW) (“Principal” or “the Company”), a strategic investor and acquirer of organizations and technologies that support the Upcoming -production opportunities in traditional, renewable and clean energy sectors as well as an investor, acquirer and operator of dumped …

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Louis CK demonstration in preparation, counter-programming almost exhausted | Entertainment

In 2016, the last time CK was in Madison, it topped Overture Hall’s bestseller list that season, averaging 2,238 seats sold per show, or 99% of capacity. for his two evenings at the theater. Meanwhile, Colleen Bos, owner of Bos Meadery at 849 E. Washington Ave., welcomes BABE-APALOOZA! with actresses …

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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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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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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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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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Eastern Michigan University, Gen. G announce new esports lineup

YPSILANTI, Mich. – A new partnership between Eastern Michigan University and the global esports organization Gen. G will see the launch of a series of new programs this summer for students, alumni and the local community. Events will include a Summer Esports Camp, a Gaming Career Lecture Series and a …

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With Growing Interest, Area Libraries Expand Adult Programming | New

NORTH MANKATO – Kuldeep Agarwal and his three teammates weighed their options as they debated the proper spelling of words like belligerent, medley and chartreuse. As the team progressed through three rounds, the words became stranger and less familiar. Then there were the words hardly anyone in the adult Saturday …

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