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Companies move to drop college degree requirements for new hires, focus on skills | Computerworld

A new study shows employers are ending college degree requirements for many jobs openings, focusing instead on skills, experience, and personality traits. The sea change opens up tech jobs to a more diverse pool of candidates.

Google's new publicity campaign tries to pressurize Apple into adopting RCS - World Tech News

Final up to date: August tenth, 2022 at 06:04 UTC+02:00 Google kicked off a brand new “Get The Message” public marketing campaign yesterday, making an attempt to pressurize Apple into adopting the RCS communication protocol for smoother messaging between Android smartphones and iPhones. RCS is the successor to the great previous SMS and MMS requirements. In a […]

Google's new publicity campaign tries to pressurize Apple into adopting RCS - World Tech News

Final up to date: August tenth, 2022 at 06:04 UTC+02:00 Google kicked off a brand new “Get The Message” public marketing campaign yesterday, making an attempt to pressurize Apple into adopting the RCS communication protocol for smoother messaging between Android smartphones and iPhones. RCS is the successor to the great previous SMS and MMS requirements. In a […]

Open Source Project To Detect Cyberattacks Faster And Effectively

An open source initiative to eliminate data silos that hinder security teams was announced by a consortium of technology and

Top 3 React Custom hooks in current project | HackerNoon

Custom hooks are an amazing thing that happened with React. It brings to us the ability to create beautiful components and move a lot of business logic to hooks

Someone is making a keyboard specifically for Procreate | iMore

The Wireless Shortcut Keyboard for Procreate Kickstarter project has already reached a backing of $18,000 with a goal of just $1000.

Project Discovery, a New Team FPS, to be Embark’s First Game Following ARC Raiders Delay

Embark Studios has delayed ARC Raiders, but another game is actually coming out before it. Get new details on Project Discovery.

Why Your Project Should Start With The Discovery Phase | HackerNoon

Does the discovery phase a Big Thing in business?

New Tool Moves AI from the Backend to the Edge – The New Stack

Deci is among a group of new tools that are shifting artificial intelligence from the backend to the edge by reducing AI compute requirements.

High-Level Requirements and Link Budget Analysis - ScienceDirect

This chapter discusses how high-level and link budget requirements can be derived and how they can be translated into low-level requirements and event…

Communication capacity requirements - ScienceDirect

In this chapter, the requirements of communication capacity are studied. Both deterministic and stochastic physical dynamics are considered. Various a…

Resolution requirements for aero-optical simulations - ScienceDirect

Analytical criteria are developed to estimate the error of aero-optical computations due to inadequate spatial resolution of refractive index fields i…

Usage Context and Environmental Requirements in the IoT - ScienceDirect

Usage context and the operating environment is the next form of requirement we propose as Tier 1 security requirements like Confidentiality, Integrity…

Project Management - ScienceDirect

Good project management helps ensure that projects are completed as planned, within budget, with good quality and, most important, that the completed …

People, Process and Politics - ScienceDirect

People, process, and politics are at the heart of the stickiest business intelligence (BI) project issues. As with any relationship, the interactions …

Design and Analysis of Edible Oil Processes Containing Lipids - ScienceDirect

Edible oil processing showed an increase interest in the last years as a result of new applications and improved product quality requirements. Recent …

A class of structurally complete approximate Riemann solvers for trans- and supercritical flows with large gradients - ScienceDirect

The wave structure of approximate Riemann solvers has a significant impact on the accuracy and computational requirements of finite volume codes. We p…

Twitter Founders Put Their Weight Behind A New Startup: Lift – TechCrunch

Twitter co-founders Biz Stone, Evan Williams, and longtime sidekick Jason Goldman, recently shifted their focus away from the micro-sharing service provider to reboot Obvious, the company that originally incubated Twitter. Yesterday, Stone announced Obvious' first project: incubating an app development company called Lift, created by Tony Stubblebine and Jon Crosby. Obvious says it will assist Lift with "strategy, design, funding and recruiting".

Facebook Acquires Team Behind HTML5 App Platform Strobe; SproutCore Lives On – TechCrunch

Facebook has apparently completed yet another small acquisition, snapping up HTML5 app distribution platform company Strobe. In a blog post, Strobe founder (and creator of open source JavaScript framework SproutCore) Charles Jolley says the Strobe service will continue to exist in its current beta form. SproutCore will live on as an independent project, he adds.

Catch Up On A Day Or Week Of Missed News With Riversip Tech Reader – TechCrunch

You go on vacation, spend a day with the kids, buckle down on a project, and suddenly you're hopelessly behind on tech news. You could scan back through the pages of your favorite sites, but you'd have little way of knowing which stories were most important. Luckily, Israeli developer Briox has developed a data fusion technology that can surface the most relevant content from a firehose of sources. To show off the technology, it's released the free Riversip Tech Reader iOS app, which lets users view the la

Phonedeck Turns Your Phone Into A Cloud App — 500 Pre-launch Invites – TechCrunch

Phonedeck appeared last year at Le Web. At the time it seemed very much like a beta project to manage calls from a computer. But we've long had the position that real social graph is in your phone - the people you text and call - and Phonedeck has now come on leaps and bounds. Today it's releasing 500 invites for TechCrunch readers (use the code "TechCrunch" on the site) and revealing more about its upcoming service.

The Everything Project: Building A Google For The Mobile Web App Ecosystem – TechCrunch

One of the biggest challenges we’re facing as we move into the post-PC era is the challenge of navigating through a disconnected web of applications. Bought and sold as self-contained packages of code, apps are independent little creations, boxes you tap for specific functions. Single purpose beings. Unlike the web, apps are not connected to each other through links (although they could be), nor are they yet accessible through next-generation discovery tools like Apple’s Siri. And today’s companies a

Kevin Rose’s Oink Shuts Down – TechCrunch

Oink, the first app from Kevin Rose's new startup lab Milk, is shutting down. The announcement posted to the company's homepage today claims the app was a "test" and the decision was made so that the company could focus on its next project, yet to be named. For those unfamiliar, Oink is an app that lets you rate things at different places, similar to the ex-Googler founded startup Stamped (and parody app Jotly!). Instead of rating a restaurant or a bar, for example, you can rate a dish or a drink.

New Project Aims To Add A Little High-Tech To Antiques Appraisal – TechCrunch

As the proud owner of a number of antiques including an original Game Boy and an unopened box of Circus Fun cereal, I'm well aware of the value of those things passed down to us from the ancients. However, when you're dealing with jewelry and other high-end baubles, the value depends quite a bit on hallmarks, mint marks, and quality notes. This project, called Info-Snap, aims to improve the process of assessing hallmarks in the wild, making anyone a junior antiques detective.

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