Workday and Okta attractions go beyond remote working

The structural benefits of the remote work trend are already visible before the pandemic Expect heavy R&D commitments with both companies firmly in expansionary mode Positive results in the first quarter for the likes of Okta (NASDAQ: OKTA) and Working day (NASDAQ: WDAY) has shown the benefits of the pandemic …

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Aniplex Online Fest 2021 returns this summer announcing the first round of programs

Bloomberg Kevin Ulrich took home a $ 2 billion MGM victory. It only took a decade (Bloomberg) – Hedge funds often measure their investments in minutes, not decades; But for Anchorage Capital Group, its long-standing stake in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. proves that patience can pay off, too. The New York-based …

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4 computer stocks to buy on the new IDC forecasts

On May 25, IDC released its latest report on PC market expectations for 2021. The forecast is extremely encouraging (to say the least). IDC expects PC shipments in 2021 to increase 18.1% despite the chip shortage. For context, it should be noted that despite the expected decline of 2.9% in …

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Atlantic Council calls on US government to strengthen cyberstrategy and accelerate quantum technology

Written by John Hewitt Jones May 27, 2021 | FEDSCOOP The U.S. government and its allies should strengthen their cybersecurity strategy and accelerate the operationalization of quantum technologies, according to a leading DC think tank. In a report released Wednesday, the Atlantic Council issued recommendations to maintain the country’s leadership …

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BlockLike.js aims to ease the transition from MIT Scratch programming to JavaScript programming

BlockLike.js is an educational JavaScript library that attempts to extend the block-based Scratch learning experience to JavaScript text programming. Scratch is a visual programming environment that aims to help kids learn coding basics by creating interactive stories, games, and animations. According to BlockLike.js creator Ron Ilan, while Scratch does a …

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Supercomputer helping solve a slow-sliding puzzle – the Gisborne Herald

Posted on May 27, 2021, 10:41 a.m. The combination of supercomputers and seismic CT scans is the latest approach scientists are using to better understand the causes of slow-slip earthquakes over the Hikurangi Subduction Zone off the East Coast. Slow-slip events can trigger the equivalent of a magnitude 7 earthquake, …

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Proud American Fox News Media Franchise Returns For Eighth Consecutive Year With Special Memorial Day Themed Programming

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE) – FOX News Media’s franchise series Proud American will begin its eighth year by celebrating the United States Armed Forces and those who have served by highlighting American heroism on organizational platforms, including the FOX News Channel (FNC), FOX News Audio and FOX Digital News. In commemoration …

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Supercomputer predicts Manchester United’s chances of winning Europa League final

Manchester United are the favorites to win their Europa League clash against Villarreal tonight – both with the bookies and according to a supercomputer. In pursuit of their first trophy under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – and since 2017 – United are preparing to shake horns with Unai Emery and his …

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Programming Languages: Python’s Growth Is “Absolutely Explosive,” Anaconda CEO Says, Not Slowing Down

Commentary: The Python programming language continues to overcome the challenges of its growth. Here’s why you should expect this to continue. Image: Maria Vonotna / iStock / Getty Images Plus There are several reasons why the Python programming language shouldn’t exist, and yet there are tens of millions of developers …

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Grocery stores may be safer against COVID than previously thought, simulations show

Over a year ago, research from Finnish computing center CSC went viral – so to speak – when their simulations showed how virus particles from a cough could spread and linger in the aisles of grocery store. New research led by Michel Boufadel and Fangda Cui of the New Jersey …

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