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Software Helps Scientists Create Specialized Data Storage Services
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Software Helps Scientists Create Specialized Data Storage Services

Researchers are working on a software-defined approach to storage services that allows scientists to pull from a collection of modules to create a data storage...

Which Degrees Do Software Developers Earn?
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Which Degrees Do Software Developers Earn?

A Stack Overflow survey of professional developers reveals the different educational pathways they use and the degrees they obtain on the way to their full-time...

Team Duetto Takes First Place in All-Woman Virtual Hackathon
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Team Duetto Takes First Place in All-Woman Virtual Hackathon

A group of five female tech engineers from Duetto recently won first place in the Women Hack the Crisis Global All-Women Virtual Hackathon event, with their Hotel...

Gamemakers Inject AI to Develop More Lifelike Characters
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Gamemakers Inject AI to Develop More Lifelike Characters

Researchers from Electronic Arts and the University of British Columbia are using a machine learning technique to speed up the videogame development process by...

Supercomputer Simulates Impact of Asteroid That Wiped Out Dinosaurs
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Supercomputer Simulates Impact of Asteroid That Wiped Out Dinosaurs

Using high performance computing facilities, scientists at Imperial College in London simulated the asteroid strike that hit the Earth some 66 millions of years...

Texas Instruments Makes It Harder to Run Programs on Its Calculators
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Texas Instruments Makes It Harder to Run Programs on Its Calculators

Texas Instruments is pulling support for assembly- and C-based programs on the TI-84 Plus CE calculator and its French counterpart. The move is meant to prevent...

Tool Uses Machine Learning to Spot Bugs Early in Code Development Cycle
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Tool Uses Machine Learning to Spot Bugs Early in Code Development Cycle

Altran's Code Defect AI identifies potential problems in software development and suggest fixes.

Hatch Coding Wins 2020 EdTech Digest Cool Tool Award
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Hatch Coding Wins 2020 EdTech Digest Cool Tool Award

Hatch Coding's software won the 2020 EdTech Digest Award in the category of Coding, Computer Science, and Engineering Solution.

New Mars Landing Tech Offers Internship and Science Opportunity
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New Mars Landing Tech Offers Internship and Science Opportunity

Intern Tiffany Shi joined the Jet Propulsion Laboratory team this past summer testing new technology for landing NASA's next rover on Mars.

Aurora Workshop Helps Researchers Prep for Exascale Computing
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Aurora Workshop Helps Researchers Prep for Exascale Computing

The Argonne Leadership Computing Facility held its third workshop to ready users for the 2021 arrival of the Aurora exascale system.

The New Startup: No Code, No Problem
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The New Startup: No Code, No Problem

Now you don't need to know any programming to launch a company.

Scientists Modeled Mars Climate to Understand Habitability
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Scientists Modeled Mars Climate to Understand Habitability

Research scientists modeled the atmosphere of Mars to help determine that salty pockets of water present on the Red Planet are likely not habitable by extant Earth...

Linguists Who Teach Machines to Read, Speak, and Listen
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Linguists Who Teach Machines to Read, Speak, and Listen

Virtual assistants, chatbots, and automated answering systems rely on computational linguists to manage and transmit to machines the complex aspects of language...

Do Work-From-Home Developers Risk Burn-Out?
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Do Work-From-Home Developers Risk Burn-Out?

Developer activity has been "resilient" during the pandemic, says a GitHub report, which warns of the potential for burnout.

Software Flaws Often Reported First on Social Media
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Software Flaws Often Reported First on Social Media

Social media sites, especially GitHub, often report vulnerabilities in software before that information is published at U.S. government sites, researchers at Pacific...

SlashData Survey Reveals Worldwide Developer Trends
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SlashData Survey Reveals Worldwide Developer Trends

A survey of over 17,000 developers in 159 countries reveals current thinking and practices on programming languages, open-source software, machine learning development...

Professor Develops Resource-Sharing Method for Decentralized Networks
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Professor Develops Resource-Sharing Method for Decentralized Networks

Researchers at Penn State have developed a novel algorithm to solve big data resource sharing problems over large networks.

With U.S. States Desperate for Help, IBM Will Offer Free COBOL Training
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With U.S. States Desperate for Help, IBM Will Offer Free COBOL Training

IBM is releasing a free training course to teach the 60-year-old programming language COBOL to coders. It is also launching a forum where those with knowledge of...

School Computers Enlisted to Identify Drugs to Treat COVID-19
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School Computers Enlisted to Identify Drugs to Treat COVID-19

Researchers at the University of Louisville are using the computing power of thousands of computers in classrooms across the state of Kentucky to identify drugs...
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