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Creating a CI/CD pipeline in DevOps (Online Webinar) - 0 views

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    Get ready to gain knowledge with this free online webinar on "Creating a CI/CD pipeline" Get registered on the following link: http://bit.ly/2kp0e8c Date: 19-Sept-2019 Time: 8:30 PM - 09:00 PM Topics Covered: 1. What is DevOps? 2. What is a ci/cd pipeline? 3. Learn about DevOps tools 4. How to Create a CI/CD pipeline?
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Thinking and learning in the postnormal era - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    We live in a time of chaos, complexity and contradiction. (Sardar, 2010 [1]) Where rapid changes and transformations through technology, politics, globalisation and the climate, conspire against normality (Friedman, 2016 [2]) These times demand a fresh approach to education, one that provides learners with the thinking dispositions they need to turn challenges into opportunities, to connect their learning to their passions and emerge from their years of formal education as self-navigating life-long learners. 
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FreedomPay and Vista to collaborate across UK and Europe - 1 views

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    Payments platform FreedomPay and Vista Technology Services (Vista) have entered into a global Technology project and support partnership
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Australia-based challenger Volt Bank chooses FIS to power its payments - 1 views

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    The technology from FIS hopes to be a crucial part of Australia-based Volt's overall platform. It will provide a highly scalable, cost-effective platform to serve customers.
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China, blockchain and the crypto "double-edged sword" - 1 views

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    When it comes to technology, China rarely mimics the rest of the world, and the fields of blockchain and cryptocurrency are no different.
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How IBM and Wimbledon are combining technology and tennis - Verdict - 1 views

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    Just a few days ago, fans around the world were at the edge of their seats watching the nail-biting finale to the 2019 Wimbledon Tennis fortnight.
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Dams be damned: is hydropower holding countries back? - 1 views

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    A 2000 report by the World Commission on Dams showed a huge fall in popularity, leading some to declare the era of the dam was over. Almost two decades on and they are enjoying something of a renaissance. Andrew Tunnicliffe speaks with Professor Benjamin Sovacool about the impact dams have on the socioeconomics of a country and why corruption is often rife.
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The key payment trend for 2019 is seamlessness and industry has realised - 1 views

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    Customers increasingly want payments to be seamless. New developments in biometrics, instant cross-border payments, and the Internet of Things (IoT) are all part of the larger trend towards more convenient payments. However, seamlessness for consumers means complexity for merchants, creating challenging market conditions.
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Bright futures: efficiency versus cost in solar cell production - 1 views

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    While the use of solar cells is become increasingly widespread, the silicon technology used in many types is becoming obsolete. JP Casey looks at concentrated solar power, micro-trackers and perovskite compounds as innovations that could potentially improve solar efficiency.
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Cricket World Cup 2019: How the stadiums are adopting renewable energy - 1 views

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    While the world's eyes are on the sporting action during this year's Cricket World Cup, behind the scenes the UK stadiums hosting the games are smashing renewable energy goals.
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How might we prepare our students for an unknown future? - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    How might we prepare our students for an unknown future? If we accept that we are living in times of rapid change and that the world our children will inhabit is likely to be very different from the world of today, or perhaps more importantly, different from the work our current education system was designed to serve, what should we do to ensure our children are able to thrive?
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How Merchants Utilise Blockchain-Based Payments Tech to Boost Revenue - Electronic Paym... - 1 views

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    This statement might be the summary of it all. The world is constantly changing and with this change, new technologies and approaches are revealed, defining the future business and communications
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Four perspectives on truth, normality and education in times of rapid change - The Lear... - 0 views

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    We are living in interesting, frightening and rapidly changing times. Where rapid changes and transformations through technology, politics, globalisation and the climate, conspire against normality. These times demand a fresh approach to education, one that provides learners with the thinking dispositions they need to turn challenges into opportunities.  "All that was 'normal' has now evaporated; we have entered postnormal times, the in-between period where old orthodoxies are dying, new ones have not yet emerged, and nothing really makes sense." But what thinking might guide us through this time of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity?
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Guidance Plus Educational Services - 0 views

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    Nowadays study abroad makes easier than the previous decade. International Universities and Colleges offering a world-class degree at your budget. Many of the International Universities are offering Scholarships and Bursaries.
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Guidance Plus Educational Services - 0 views

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    Study various programs in Abroad. To know more details about the courses please visit https://guidanceplus.in/
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There's more to 5G than speed: Network slicing could be a game changer - 1 views

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    When it comes to the shift from 4G to 5G, the average user will most likely only be concerned with one thing: speed. Granted, you will be able to stream or download media on your smart device far faster than before. But behind the scenes, the technology being developed to bring us 5G has the potential to offer far more than that.
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Breakthrough chip design takes key step towards replicating human brain - 1 views

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    Developed by an international team of researchers from the Universities of Oxford, Exeter and Münster, the chip contains a network of artificial neurons and synapses that respond to light, rather than electrical inputs. This allows the chip to mimic the behaviour of human neurons and their synapses.
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Microsoft Build: Internet Explorer's days are finally numbered - 1 views

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    The announcements centred around Microsoft Edge, the shiny successor to IE that has so far failed to attract popular support, despite being installed on all computers running Windows 10.
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