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Programming Interview Questions Are Too Hard and Too Short
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Programming Interview Questions Are Too Hard and Too Short

Data shows that harder programming interview questions do a worse job of predicting final outcomes than easier ones.

Computer Science Professor Wins Tech Honor
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Computer Science Professor Wins Tech Honor

Jodi Tims, chair of the Computer Science and Engineering department at Baldwin Wallace University, was awarded The Next Generation Award–Women in Tech by The Greater...

Silicon Valley Index Shows the Misery and Triumph of the World's Tech Capital
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Silicon Valley Index Shows the Misery and Triumph of the World's Tech Capital

While Silicon Valley is thriving economically, it is also becoming an even worse place to live, according to the 2019 Silicon Valley Index.

Bill Would Create Public-Private Cyber Workforce Exchange
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Bill Would Create Public-Private Cyber Workforce Exchange

A bill introduced by Sens. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) and John Thune (R-S.D.) would create an exchange program between the federal government and private firms aimed at...

Video Game Players Have Increased Moral Reasoning Skills, Researchers Say
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Video Game Players Have Increased Moral Reasoning Skills, Researchers Say

Young people who play video games have higher moral reasoning skills that those who don't, Bournemouth University researchers found.

How IBM Research Innovates How It Innovates
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How IBM Research Innovates How It Innovates

IBM Research has updated its approach to innovation over the last decade to become more outward-facing, collaborative, and closer to the action.

Doing Science Rather Than Being Scientists More Encouraging to Girls
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Doing Science Rather Than Being Scientists More Encouraging to Girls

Subtle but powerful linguistic cues could help increase girls' science engagement in early childhood, says a study from New York University and Princeton University...

The Rise of the Robot Reporter
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The Rise of the Robot Reporter

As reporters and editors find themselves the victims of layoffs at digital publishers and traditional newspaper chains alike, journalism generated by machine is...

World-Renowned Subway Signal Guru Hired to Speed Up NYC's Trains
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World-Renowned Subway Signal Guru Hired to Speed Up NYC's Trains

A world-renowned subway signals guru named Pete Tomlin is giving riders their best chance at faster, more reliable subway trips—if transit officials can get the...

Why There Will Be No Data Science Job Titles By 2029
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Why There Will Be No Data Science Job Titles By 2029

There will be no data science job listings in about 10 years, and here's why.

How to Start and Organize a Kubernetes Meetup
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How to Start and Organize a Kubernetes Meetup

Meetups are great ways to learn about new technologies like Kubernetes. If there's not one in your area, it's easy to start one.

Demand for Data Scientists Is Booming and Will Increase
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Demand for Data Scientists Is Booming and Will Increase

Fueled by big data and AI, demand for data science skills is growing exponentially, according to job sites. The supply of skilled applicants, however, is growing...

The Programming Languages and Skills That Pay the Best in 2019
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The Programming Languages and Skills That Pay the Best in 2019

The 10 programming languages associated with the highest-paying jobs all earned developers an average salary of above $100,000 in 2018, according to the Dice 2019...

H-1B Visa Lottery Changing to Favor Those With Advanced Degrees
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H-1B Visa Lottery Changing to Favor Those With Advanced Degrees

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced a rule change that will give highly skilled workers with advanced degrees an edge in the lottery that decides...

Collaborative Video Games Could Increase Office Productivity
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Collaborative Video Games Could Increase Office Productivity

A study by four information systems professors at Brigham Young University found that newly-formed work teams experienced a 20 percent increase in productivity...

The Robot Revolution Will Be Worse for Men
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The Robot Revolution Will Be Worse for Men

Demographics will determine who gets hit worst by automation and AI, according to Brookings. In the case of gender, men will be getting the short end of the stick...

Hiring For The AI Revolution
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Hiring For The AI Revolution

It can be extremely difficult to identify the right people who can leverage AI technology.

Scientists' Salary Data Highlight $18,000 Gender Pay Gap
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Scientists' Salary Data Highlight $18,000 Gender Pay Gap

The U.S. National Science Foundation's annual census has determined that male scientists who obtained doctorates in 2017 and have jobs in the wings expect to earn...

Building a Cybersecurity Workforce
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Building a Cybersecurity Workforce

The 2018 CyberForce Competition at seven U.S. national laboratories pitted 66 student teams against simulated cyberattacks on the U.S. energy infrastructure.

The Talent Shortage in Quantum Computing
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The Talent Shortage in Quantum Computing

William Oliver says a lack of available quantum scientists and engineers may be an inhibitor of the technology's growth.
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