Programming

Everything You Should Know About How To Become A Software

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Are you looking for a challenging career that allows you to work with computers and make an impact on today’s society? Consider becoming a software engineer. To work in this high-tech career, you should know how to program a

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Research Software Engineer job with DURHAM UNIVERSITY

Advanced Research Computing

Grade 7: – £34,304 – £40,927 per annum

Fixed Term – Full Time

Contracted Hours per Week: 35

Closing Date: 29-Jul-2022, 6:59:00 AM

The Department and role purpose

This position is within the Directorate of Advanced Research Computing (ARC) at Durham University.  We are particularly keen to receive applications from Software Engineers with a

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Junior Embedded Software Engineer – IT-Online

We have a number of vacancies available for Junior Embedded Software Engineers to work as part of a team where you will design, develop, debug, test and support high-performance networking software.

Recent graduates or applicants currently completing final year studies are invited to apply.

Essential Requirements:

  • Master (desired) or Bachelor (minimum requirement) degree in Electronics Engineering, Computer Engineering or Computer
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The blind programmers who created screen readers

On a night in 1978, Ted Henter was driving a rental car down a dark road in the English countryside. A 27-year-old motorcycle racer from Florida, Henter had just won eighth place in the Venezuelan Grand Prix, the first race of the 1978 World Championships. He was daydreaming about his next race in Spain when he saw the other car

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Developer bootcamp Coding Dojo lands $10M to train more

Richard Wang, CEO and co-founder of Coding Dojo. (Coding Dojo Photo)

Coding Dojo secured $10 million to boost its computer programming bootcamp. 

The Bellevue, Wash.-based organization trains software engineers both in-person and online, and has experienced more than 100% year-over-year growth within the last two years. It currently partners and licenses its training courses to institutions around the world, operating

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It’s All on the Table

SUNDAY PUZZLE — This is one for the books. Greg Slovacek is a software engineer from San Francisco; this is his first published crossword. He finds puzzlemaking similar, in a way, to programming — both involve problem-solving within constraints — and he enjoys puzzles that have layers for a solver to uncover.

This puzzle comes with a bit of advice,

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