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D-Wave Offers Free Quantum Computer Access to Anyone Working on Coronavirus Crisis
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D-Wave Offers Free Quantum Computer Access to Anyone Working on Coronavirus Crisis

D-Wave is making made its quantum computers and supportive expertise available for free to researchers and developers working on responses to the coronavirus (COVID...

Ten Free Online CS Courses From Top Universities
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Ten Free Online CS Courses From Top Universities

There are lots of free online computer science courses available from top universities like Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, MIT, and others.

Half of Technology Workers Want to Find a New Job in 2020
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Half of Technology Workers Want to Find a New Job in 2020

A survey by recruitment firm Harvey Nash found half of 1,200 technology professionals in the U.K. would like to switch jobs in 2020, with salary and work-life balance...

Small Companies More Likely to Hire Developers Without a Degree
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Small Companies More Likely to Hire Developers Without a Degree

Small companies (1-49 employees ) are leading the charge in hiring developers without degrees, according to the 2020 HackerRank Developer Skills Report,

UChicago to Offer Retraining Certificates, Curriculum to Build Quantum Workforce
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UChicago to Offer Retraining Certificates, Curriculum to Build Quantum Workforce

A four-day certificates program offered by the University of Chicago will educate scientists and engineers in the key principles of quantum technology and practical...

The Most Copied StackOverflow Java Code Snippet Contains a Bug
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The Most Copied StackOverflow Java Code Snippet Contains a Bug

The most copied StackOverflow Java code snippet of all time is flawed, the snippet's author says.

The Top 10 Most Popular Tech Skills of 2020
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The Top 10 Most Popular Tech Skills of 2020

Python programming is the most sought-after technology skill, and interest is surging in artificial intelligence and data science, according to Udemy's 2020 Workplace...

A Day in the Life of a Quality Engineering SysAdmin
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A Day in the Life of a Quality Engineering SysAdmin

Being a SysAdmin for a testing team at Red Hat has some interesting challenges.

There Will Be More Than 250,000 New Software Developer Jobs By 2026
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There Will Be More Than 250,000 New Software Developer Jobs By 2026

Software development is expected to be among the strongest job growth sectors in the United States in the coming years, with 253,400 new positions by 2026, according...

COBOL Turns 60: Why It Will Outlive Us All
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COBOL Turns 60: Why It Will Outlive Us All

Burroughs Corp. programmer Mary Hawes proposed in March 1959 that a new computer language be created. It would have an English-like vocabulary that could be used...

SMART Algorithm Makes Beamline Data Collection Smarter
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SMART Algorithm Makes Beamline Data Collection Smarter

The exponential increase in the size of data sets acquired by modern scientific instruments will require corresponding advancements in the speed and efficiency...

U.S. BLS Ranks 22 High-Paying Tech Jobs
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U.S. BLS Ranks 22 High-Paying Tech Jobs

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics ranked the wages of 22 occupations that rely heavily on computer science and data analysis.

Technician Keeps Computer Made in 1959 Still Humming
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Technician Keeps Computer Made in 1959 Still Humming

Tadao Hamada, a technician at Fujitsu Tokki Systems Ltd., keeps a 60-year-old FACOM128B relay-based computer in working order.

Jobs of the Future Are Strange, Terrifying, and 'Don't Even Exist Yet'
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Jobs of the Future Are Strange, Terrifying, and 'Don't Even Exist Yet'

What could your future job be? Griffith University and Deakin University recently teamed up with Ford in Australia in an attempt to tackle that question. The answers...

Making It Easier to Program and Protect the Web
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Making It Easier to Program and Protect the Web

MIT Professor Adam Chlipala builds tools to help programmers more quickly generate optimized, secure code.

Object-Oriented Programming—The Trillion Dollar Disaster
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Object-Oriented Programming—The Trillion Dollar Disaster

It is wrong that Object-Oriented Programming is considered the de-facto standard for code organization by many people, including those in very senior technical...

Data Science Salary Survey Reveals Market Shift
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Data Science Salary Survey Reveals Market Shift

Frenzied demand for data scientists and predictive analytics professionals has gotten a little calmer over the past year, and salaries have remained relatively...

Misunderstandings of the Past
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Misunderstandings of the Past

Our STEM problems of low percentages of women and minorities entering computer science may lay in a misunderstanding of the past.

Top Data Science Job Trends
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Top Data Science Job Trends

U.K. technology recruitment firm Harnham cites growing demand for data science specialists as the reason behind major wage increases as companies increasingly try...

Computing Mentorship Program for Girls Wins Second Global Service Award
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Computing Mentorship Program for Girls Wins Second Global Service Award

William & Mary's Society of Women in Computing won ACM's Outstanding Community Service Award for the second year in a row.
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