Monthly Archives: September 2013

A Wave of Sewing Jobs as Orders Pile Up at US Factories – New York Times

A Wave of Sewing Jobs as Orders Pile Up at US FactoriesNew York TimesCompanies here in Minnesota are so hungry for workers that they posted five job openings for every student in a new training program in industrial sewing, a … Continue reading

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National College launches new degree program – Marietta Times

National College launches new degree programMarietta Times… stay on top of the needs of our workforce and add to or modify our career-training programs." The software development and engineering degree program will prepare graduates for careers in programming and software … Continue reading

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Education Helps Program People For A Successful Career In Dallas’ Technology … – CBS Local

Education Helps Program People For A Successful Career In Dallas' Technology …CBS Local'Agile' development is a combination of team learning, peer programming and incorporating the customer/user input in the development process.” Robin D. Everson is a native Chicagoan who resides … Continue reading

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The resilience of PH FM radio – Rappler

Rappler The resilience of PH FM radioRapplerThe synthesizer-laden, heavily programmed drumming in the song was characteristic of that decade's style, and thistled to the exploration of niche programming on FM radio. Niche programming. The year was 1987 and New Wave … Continue reading

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The Brief: Texas Political News for Sept. 30, 2013 – Texas Tribune

The Brief: Texas Political News for Sept. 30, 2013Texas TribuneNine programming tracks, 150 speakers and 45 events — oh, and a looming government shutdown — made for a weekend of high political drama in Texas. As you may have heard, … Continue reading

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Former students, friends remember technology professor – Huntington Herald Dispatch

Former students, friends remember technology professorHuntington Herald DispatchFriends, students and colleagues from around the world have remembered a Huntington native who impacted computer programming and championed women's careers in technology. Fittingly, condolences poured onto the website of Klingel-Carpenter … and more »

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Monday Newsmaker: Lisa Vossler Smith’s mission is thoroughly modern – The Desert Sun

Monday Newsmaker: Lisa Vossler Smith's mission is thoroughly modernThe Desert SunVossler Smith attended Indio High School and grew up in La Quinta, where she began her early career training at La Quinta Hotel under the leadership of her mother, Judy … Continue reading

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RIVERSIDE: Artist explores Fairmount Park, printmaking and life – Press-Enterprise

Press-Enterprise RIVERSIDE: Artist explores Fairmount Park, printmaking and lifePress-EnterpriseWhether it be as a therapeutic hobby, a transition into retirement, a new artistic career, or the resurgence of an old one, artistic outlets are becoming more and more important to the … Continue reading

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Connecticut receives $474.5 million in grants to expand demand-driven skills … – West Hartford News

Connecticut receives $474.5 million in grants to expand demand-driven skills …West Hartford NewsThe grants are part of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training grant program, a multiyear, nearly $2 billion initiative to expand targeted training programs for … Continue reading

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Indian-origin scientist develops ‘brain’ for robots – Times of India

Indian-origin scientist develops 'brain' for robotsTimes of IndiaDeveloped by Dr Jagannathan Sarangapani, from Missouri University of Science and Technology, the system makes use of current formation moving robots and introduces a fault-tolerant control design to improve the probability of completing … Continue reading

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