Make COVID-19 vaccines, drugs without patent; allow local competition: RSS affiliate in the center

RSS affiliate Swadeshi Jagran Manch (SJM) has called on the central government to grant flexibilities in India’s patent law to allow more companies to manufacture COVID-19 vaccines and drugs. In a statement, SJM wants the government to use legal provisions to exempt patent rights and have these products manufactured for …

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Technological ideas have spiritual consequences

This column is part of our ongoing opinion piece on faith, called Living our faith. Get weekly project summaries delivered to your inbox by subscribing to Newsletter Living our faith. Richard Weaver, the political philosopher, once wrote that “ideas have consequences”. And this is a tale. In June 2001, 20 …

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Dos and Don’ts of Pair Programming

A recent study by researchers at the Institute for Computer Science at the Free University of Berlin analyzed the pair programming (PP) sessions of 13 companies. The study concluded that usability and timeliness are associated with good pair programming sessions. Franz Zieris and Lutz Prechelt, the authors of the study, …

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Common Help Desk Myths – Programming Insider

Even the smallest organizations now offer technical support to their employees and customers. In its most basic sense, the help desk exists to respond to incidents related to IT functions and services. Whether you as an employee need to update your passwords or a customer needs help setting up an …

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Meeting the challenges: Performing arts groups to offer an eclectic mix of programming | Local News

PITTSFIELD – After losing all or much of last season to the coronavirus pandemic, leaders of five major Berkshire performing arts organizations say they plan to bounce back this summer with a creative mix of programming interiors, exteriors and virtual which they believe will help them. remain viable and sustainable …

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Software Developers Adopt New Programming Tools Amid COVID-19

Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, software developers are adopting many new programming tools to stay productive, efficient and agile. The best development resources are in great demand right now, especially with many of Europe’s roughly six million software engineers working remotely from their homes. These solutions help you speed up …

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Funding in place to continue after-school programs at Norwood-Norfolk Central School | Education

NORFOLK – A grant for an after-high school program in the Norwood-Norfolk Central School District will expire this year, but district officials have included funding in their budget to ensure it continues. Superintendent James Cruikshank said the program received two grants, each for five years. Funding is also shared with …

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Province announces $ 2 million for hunter safety program

WINNIPEG – The Manitoba government on Saturday announced $ 2 million in funding for the new Hunter Education Fund. The fund, to be administered by the Winnipeg Foundation, will support the efforts of the Manitoba Wildlife Federation to educate, train and recruit hunters while promoting sustainable hunting and trapping in …

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Mission computers facilitating the transition to the digital age

EDMONTON, AB / ACCESSWIRE / May 1, 2021 / Mission Computers is an Alberta-based company founded in 1991, long before the technology was as mainstream as it is today. At the time, Mission Computers Founder and CEO Connie Clark had one goal: to prepare people for a future where computer …

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Shudder reveals lineup for May 2021

Can you believe it’s May already? 2021 is flying away! When the calendar page flips, it can only mean one thing. That’s right, it’s time to experience another amazing month of top-notch horror content about Shudder Boils and Ghouls! This month they have a bunch of original Shudder movies, new …

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