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Programming languages and computer coding have made life simpler for us. Whether it’s automobiles, banks, home appliances, or hospitals, every aspect of our lives depends on codes. No wonder, coding is one of the core skills required by most well-paying jobs today.
Perhaps you’ve graduated from college or will very soon. What’s next? Job hunting? Grad school? How do you build a network of people who can help you with your future goals? If you’re going to network like a pro, it makes sense to go to the pros to see how it's done.
While politicians try to solve the problem of affordable healthcare, computing experts work behind the scenes developing tech that promises to revolutionize and streamline healthcare services. These innovations are known as digital healthcare.
The future of military combat is going high-tech as scientists create an Internet of Things for combat gear embedded with biometric wearables to help soldiers identify the enemy, perform better in battle, and access devices and weapons systems using edge computing.
Most software developers love their craft, and spend hours not just writing code and solving problems, but actively engaging with the community and learning new things. They want to improve their abilities, keep up with the latest trends, and make more money.
Demand for Cybersecurity Experts is High as Cloud Computing, Smart Phones, Big Data, and the Internet of Things Explodes
We asked five leading experts in the field of cybersecurity to tell us what graduates and job-seekers can expect in the coming years. Here's what they had to say.
The future of self-driving vehicles suffered a catastrophic setback when the software allowing the autos to “see” pedestrians was called into question: A driverless vehicle operated by Uber struck and killed a woman in Arizona, prompting the state to suspend the firm’s testing.
IBM has predicted that demand for data scientists will soon increase 28 percent with average salaries topping 100k. Furthermore, data science is one domain with almost as many women as men. Opportunities abound for anyone wanting to enter the field.
Big tech companies are compensating their employees particularly well. No wonder an excellent salary package is one of the main factors why people look for tech jobs. If you are among those looking for a career in tech, here are the top career skills you should focus upon.
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By Larry Alton
Website builders and other supportive services claim that anyone can start a website in 2020, and with minimal time, money, and effort. But is this really the case? To a total outsider, the concept of building a website still seems intimidatingly complex, and to someone who’s built small-scale websites in…
By Gaurav Sharma
You've likely heard the terms "Big Data" and "Cloud Computing" before. If you're involved with cloud application development, you may even have experience with them. The two go hand-in-hand, with many public cloud services performing big data analytics.
By Gaurav Belani
Now, as you probably know, artificial intelligence (AI) is making great strides in recent years, with positive influences in various industries such as healthcare, hospitality, automotive, and even online usability (UX). To illustrate the latter, here’s how AI can improve a website’s usability.
By James Riddle
If you own a company, you might have faced the struggle of choosing the correct tools. After reading this article, you will be familiar with the six best cloud storage for business. Two of them will fit the needs of small companies. Two will be best for middle-sized businesses. And…
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By Kayla Matthews
The world of business is continually evolving. Digital transformation and automation have led many companies to reconfigure how they operate to meet increasing needs both internally and externally. In business, those who fail to adapt to changes in the market will get left behind as others meet the ever-changing needs…
We asked David Stubenvoll of Wowza for his insights on how the multimedia landscape is changing and how computer science graduates can get in on the bonanza.
By Vladimir Getov
For almost all information-processing jobs, supercomputers are faster than anything else on the planet. Over the years, the community has been monitoring the very popular TOP500 rankings of supercomputers with the Supercomputing conference being one of the events for the semi-annual updates. The latest TOP500 list of supercomputers were announced…
Uniting teams with diverse talents continues to take HSA computing to greater thresholds of efficiency. In a recent summit, HSA working groups in the China Regional Committee (CRC) moved forward with a number of key insights.
By Larry Alton
Most modern businesses rely heavily on data and analytics to operate successfully, but user errors can easily compromise the integrity of those data and analyses. If the accuracy or consistency of your data are compromised, you won’t be able to rely on the insights you gather. According to insightsoftware, “any…
By Andrej Kovačević
For as long as there have been corporations, there have been corporate mergers. The same goes for other types of businesses of all sizes and varieties. Already this year, there have been more than $2 trillion worth of mergers worldwide – and more are likely on the way. In the…
By Dr. Jon Peddie
A 1993 highly integrated graphics chip designed with a system focus In 1993, facing heavy competition from Sun, HP set the design goal for its new 32-bit HP 9000/712 workstation to reach performance levels of 1992-era workstations and servers at a fraction of their fabrication costs. Their target was the…
By Dr. Jon Peddie
2019 in review and guess at what’s coming It’s that time of year when we pause, take a breath and say, whoa, the year’s over? What happened? Where are we headed? As the above image portrays, it’s a lot clearer looking back than forward. 2019 was the year ray tracing…
By Anna Johansson
Business tools have come a long way in recent years and having access to the right ones can make or break a company. Analytics programs, in particular, have grown in importance. Headed into 2020, businesses need to assess their dashboard capacities to ensure they have ready access to the right…
By Dave Oswill
When ensuring the successful deployment and adoption of a real-time streaming platform, system architects, data engineers, and security architects must address numerous challenges. This article highlights five such challenges that have the potential to negatively impact the usability, operation, maintenance, and security of the platform, as well as the data…
By Andrej Kovačević
Within technology circles, it’s not uncommon to encounter fierce debate about a variety of topics. In recent years, none have been more contentious than the battles over which cryptocurrency and blockchain pair will eventually come to dominate the rest. Since the beginning of the crypto wave, the clear consensus choice…
By Lori Cameron
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Career Round Table: As Demand for Cloud Services Grows, So Does the Need for Programmers, Cybersecurity Specialists, and Administrators Who Can Deliver
By Lori Cameron
The demand for the cloud—along with related fog and edge computing—has resulted in a corresponding demand for a workforce that can deliver top-tier services.
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