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Introduction to Basics of a Query Hint - SQL in Sixty Seconds #013
 
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This video explains the fundamentals of the SQL Server Query Hints. Visit http://bit.ly/KH9u8I for Script, Quiz and further learning.
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SQL Server 2014   mission critical performance
 
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Выступление Дмиртия Артемова, посвященное практическому использованию новых возможностей SQL Server 2014 в критически важных приложениях. - In-memory OLTP - In-Memory DW - SSD Bufferpool Extension - Расширения процессора запросов - Расширения системы безопасности - Регулятор ресурсов - Приоритеты блокировки - Управление устойчивостью транзакций Записано на мероприятии "Семинар по решениям HP и Fusion-io для Microsoft SQL Server" в Microsoft Technology Center Moscow.
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Animated timeline shows how Silicon Valley became a $2.8 trillion neighborhood
 
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Silicon Valley is a name that is synonymous with the technology industry, but when and how did this small area of California become the center of the tech world? The area's transformation happened gradually, over a period of more than 100 years. Here's how. Silicon Valley is an almost $3 trillion neighborhood thanks to companies like Apple, Google, and Tesla. But it wasn't always this way. In the late 1800s, San Francisco's port helped make it a hub of the early telegraph and radio industries. In 1909, San José became home to one of the US's first radio stations. In 1933, the Navy purchased Moffett Field to dock and maintain the USS Macon. This made Moffett Field a major hub for the early days of the aerospace industry. Many scientists and researchers all found work in the area. In 1939, the Ames Research Center was founded in the area, and it became home to the world's largest wind tunnel in 1949. Also in 1939, William Hewlett and Dave Packard founded Hewlett-Packard in Palo Alto, which originally made oscilloscopes. Then, during World War II, HP made radar and artillery technology. At this point, computers were about the size of a room. In the 1940s, William Shockley coinvented the transistor while at Bell Labs. The transistor is now known as the computer processor. In 1956, Shockley left Bell and founded his own company — Shockley Semiconductor Labs. It was the first company to make transistors out of silicon and not germanium. The company was founded in Mountain View, California — so Shockley could be closer to his sick mother. Shockley's company employed many recent grads of Stanford. In 1957, eight Shockley employees grew tired of his demeanor and left the company. Shockley called the group the "Traitorous Eight." They partnered with Sherman Fairchild to create Fairchild Semiconductor. In the early 1960s, Fairchild helped make computer components for the Apollo program. Later in the decade, many of the "Traitorous Eight" left Fairchild and founded their own companies. Including Gordon Moore and Robert Noyce, who in 1968 founded their own company in Santa Clara called Intel. Soon after, other ex-Fairchild employees and "Traitorous Eight" members helped found AMD, Nvidia, and venture fund Kleiner Perkins. In 1969, the Stanford Research Institute became one of the four nodes of ARPANET. A government research project that would go on to become the internet. In 1970, Xerox opened its PARC lab in Palo Alto. PARC invented early computing tech, including ethernet computing and the graphical user interface. In 1971, journalist Don Hoefler titled a 3-part report on the semiconductor industry "SILICON VALLEY USA." The name stuck. In the 1970s, companies like Atari, Apple, and Oracle were all founded in the area In the 1980s, Silicon Valley became the widely accepted center of the computer industry. eBay, Yahoo, PayPal, and Google are just some of the companies founded in the area in the 1990s With Facebook, Twitter, Uber, and Tesla joining them the following decade. The growth of the tech industry in the area continues to this day. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/sai FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/techinsider TWITTER: https://twitter.com/techinsider INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/businessinsider/ TUMBLR: http://businessinsider.tumblr.com/
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What is OLAP?
 
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This video explores some of OLAP's history, and where this solution might be applicable. We also look at situations where OLAP might not be a fit. Additionally, we investigate an alternative/complement called a Relational Dimensional Model. To Talk with a Specialist go to: http://www.intricity.com/intricity101/
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3. Reverse Logistics and Closing the Loop
 
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MIT ESD.S43 Green Supply Chain Management, Spring 2014 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/ESD-S43S14 Instructor: Edgar Blanco Student discussed two case-studies and learned about reverse logistics and closed-loop supply chain. Students also shared their ideas for the final project and received comments and feedback from the instructors. License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
Views: 12811 MIT OpenCourseWare
How Much Does a POS System Cost?
 
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Find out more and get your quote: https://goo.gl/vWnt4w There are three factors to consider Your industry and whether you need hardware, software or both Your Industry? Specialized POS solutions provide unrivalled functionality Restaurant POS solutions add table management from $700 Grocery store systems enable loyalty schemes from $49 per month Salon systems provide booking management from $29 per month Bar systems add tab tracking from $550 Typical Hardware Costs? POS display terminal from $400 Receipt printer from $250 Cash drawer from $60 Bar code scanner from $100 Software Prices? Robust software costs less than $50 per month For the best price, get a package deal from one supplier with Expert Market
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Apache Hadoop Tutorial | Hadoop Tutorial For Beginners | Big Data Hadoop | Hadoop Training | Edureka
 
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** Flat 20% Off (Use Code: YOUTUBE20) Hadoop Training: https://www.edureka.co/hadoop ** This Edureka "Hadoop tutorial For Beginners" ( Hadoop Blog series: https://goo.gl/LFesy8 ) will help you to understand the problem with traditional system while processing Big Data and how Hadoop solves it. This tutorial will provide you a comprehensive idea about HDFS and YARN along with their architecture that has been explained in a very simple manner using examples and practical demonstration. At the end, you will get to know how to analyze Olympic data set using Hadoop and gain useful insights. Below are the topics covered in this tutorial: 1. Big Data Growth Drivers 2. What is Big Data? 3. Hadoop Introduction 4. Hadoop Master/Slave Architecture 5. Hadoop Core Components 6. HDFS Data Blocks 7. HDFS Read/Write Mechanism 8. What is MapReduce 9. MapReduce Program 10. MapReduce Job Workflow 11. Hadoop Ecosystem 12. Hadoop Use Case: Analyzing Olympic Dataset Subscribe to our channel to get video updates. Hit the subscribe button above. Check our complete Hadoop playlist here: https://goo.gl/ExJdZs Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/edurekaIN/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/edurekain LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/edureka #Hadoop #Hadooptutorial #HadoopTutorialForBeginners #HadoopArchitecture #LearnHadoop #HadoopTraining #HadoopCertification How it Works? 1. This is a 5 Week Instructor led Online Course, 40 hours of assignment and 30 hours of project work 2. We have a 24x7 One-on-One LIVE Technical Support to help you with any problems you might face or any clarifications you may require during the course. 3. At the end of the training you will have to undergo a 2-hour LIVE Practical Exam based on which we will provide you a Grade and a Verifiable Certificate! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - About the Course Edureka’s Big Data and Hadoop online training is designed to help you become a top Hadoop developer. During this course, our expert Hadoop instructors will help you: 1. Master the concepts of HDFS and MapReduce framework 2. Understand Hadoop 2.x Architecture 3. Setup Hadoop Cluster and write Complex MapReduce programs 4. Learn data loading techniques using Sqoop and Flume 5. Perform data analytics using Pig, Hive and YARN 6. Implement HBase and MapReduce integration 7. Implement Advanced Usage and Indexing 8. Schedule jobs using Oozie 9. Implement best practices for Hadoop development 10. Work on a real life Project on Big Data Analytics 11. Understand Spark and its Ecosystem 12. Learn how to work in RDD in Spark - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Who should go for this course? If you belong to any of the following groups, knowledge of Big Data and Hadoop is crucial for you if you want to progress in your career: 1. Analytics professionals 2. BI /ETL/DW professionals 3. Project managers 4. Testing professionals 5. Mainframe professionals 6. Software developers and architects 7. Recent graduates passionate about building successful career in Big Data - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Why Learn Hadoop? Big Data! A Worldwide Problem? According to Wikipedia, "Big data is collection of data sets so large and complex that it becomes difficult to process using on-hand database management tools or traditional data processing applications." In simpler terms, Big Data is a term given to large volumes of data that organizations store and process. However, it is becoming very difficult for companies to store, retrieve and process the ever-increasing data. If any company gets hold on managing its data well, nothing can stop it from becoming the next BIG success! The problem lies in the use of traditional systems to store enormous data. Though these systems were a success a few years ago, with increasing amount and complexity of data, these are soon becoming obsolete. The good news is - Hadoop has become an integral part for storing, handling, evaluating and retrieving hundreds of terabytes, and even petabytes of data. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Opportunities for Hadoopers! Opportunities for Hadoopers are infinite - from a Hadoop Developer, to a Hadoop Tester or a Hadoop Architect, and so on. If cracking and managing BIG Data is your passion in life, then think no more and Join Edureka's Hadoop Online course and carve a niche for yourself! Please write back to us at [email protected] or call us at +91 88808 62004 for more information. Customer Review: Michael Harkins, System Architect, Hortonworks says: “The courses are top rate. The best part is live instruction, with playback. But my favorite feature is viewing a previous class. Also, they are always there to answer questions, and prompt when you open an issue if you are having any trouble. Added bonus ~ you get lifetime access to the course you took!!! ~ This is the killer education app... I've take two courses, and I'm taking two more.”
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Jonathan Zittrain | 'Love the Processor, Hate the Process'
 
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On the occasion of his appointment as the George Bemis Professor of International Law at Harvard Law School, Jonathan Zittrain delivered a lecture entitled, “Love the Processor, Hate the Process: The Temptations of Clever Algorithms and When to Resist Them.”
Views: 5529 Harvard Law School
Lecture - 40 Material Requirements Planning
 
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Lecture series on Project and Production Management by Prof. Arun kanda, Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Delhi. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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Tips to Memorize 47 Processes (PMBOK GUIDE P. 61 Table) for PMP Exam
 
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PMP Exam Prep Online Course: www.pmsucceed.com DONKEYS DON’T DIGEST MANY PEPPERED CARROTS PONIES CANT DIGEST COLD VEGGIE CARROTS PARROTS DEVOUR S-E-E-D CONSTANTLY PONIES EAT DELICIOUS CARROTS PONIES PICK CARROTS PETE ALWAYS DEVOURS MANGOS PONIES MUNCH CARROTS PONIES IN PERU PREFER PEPPERED CARROTS PONIES CHEW COLD CARROTS I PREFER MUNCHING CARROTS Students always ask "Does Praizion have a Mnemonic for mastering the 47 processes?" Well here's a bunch of ideas, whacky mnemonics and Phone numbers to help you recall processes in each knowledge area as you study them. Our project management courses are credit eligible for contact hours or professional development units (PDUs). Participants studying for the PMP® exam can claim the contact hours earned to satisfy PMI's eligibility requirements for the PMP® exam. Project managers seeking to maintain their PMP certification can claim the PDUs earned to satisfy PMI's Continuing Certification Requirements. Mission Statement At Praizion Media, our goal is to significantly enhance core competency in project management and equip participants with the necessary tools and skills to hit--the-ground-running in their project work. We are committed to providing clear understanding of the PMBOK® Guide, project management, project management tools, techniques and concepts to participants worldwide. With a mind-set of quality and excellence, we strive to: • Uphold the project management methodology advocated by the Project Management Institute (PMI®). • Present real world project management concepts and examples in an accessible, understandable framework. • Provide PMP® candidates with a mechanism to gauge understanding and preparedness for the PMP® exam. • Reinforce project management sensibility through targetted learning instruction.
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Chuck Hollis, Oracle - Oracle OpenWorld - #oow16 - #theCUBE
 
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A new path to cloud? Oracle’s plans to close the public/private gap | #OOW by Teryn O'Brien | Sep 19, 2016 During Oracle OpenWorld 2016, Oracle is highlighting its Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) to offer an entirely new infrastructure experience for enterprises. The company is also explaining its own aggressive move to Cloud computing. Chuck Hollis, senior VP of Infrastructure, Cloud and Storage at Oracle, spoke with John Furrier (@furrier) and Peter Burris (@plburris), cohosts of theCUBE, from the SiliconANGLE Media team, during Oracle OpenWorld 2016 to talk about Oracle’s updated cloud IaaS. A third way to do Cloud services Hollis explained what fueled Oracle’s design of its second-generation cloud IaaS. “Our belief is there’s a gap in the market,” said Hollis. There are people doing private Cloud and people doing public Cloud, but there aren’t very many other options. “We think that Oracle is doing a third option — a combined, integrated strategy on premise and in the Cloud,” he said. It’s the same technology and set of capabilities aimed at enterprise applications that work in ways enterprises need it to work, according to Hollis. An entirely new infrastructure This transition is a new leap into the future, Hollis noted. “We got into the market, we learned a lot of things, but we also realized that we could actually start over again.” Many of the people on the engineering team building this second-generation Cloud are ex-Amazon or ex-Azure employees. They were handed a blank piece of paper and told they could start all over again, he said. “It actually is pretty exciting what they’ve done architecturally,” said Hollis. Watch the complete video interview below, and be sure to check out more of SiliconANGLE and theCUBE’s coverage of Oracle OpenWorld.
LMT and BFI: Explanation of PVU
 
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Explains "Processor Value Units" in IBM License Metric Tool & IBM BigFix Inventory 03:37 - updated: Virtualization complexity Links to Additional information: Virtualization Capacity (Sub-capacity) Licensing: https://www-01.ibm.com/software/passportadvantage/subcaplicensing.html PVU: https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SS8JFY_9.2.0/com.ibm.lmt.doc/Inventory/overview/c_processor_value_unit_licenses.html High-water mark: https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SS8JFY_9.2.0/com.ibm.lmt.doc/Inventory/overview/c_high_water_mark.html Eligible virtualization technology table: https://public.dhe.ibm.com/software/passportadvantage/SubCapacity/Eligible_Virtualization_Technology.pdf
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Heston Blumenthal Surprises Shoppers in Tea Vending Machine
 
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Would you push a button for "Free Tea"? If you were shopping at Westfield Stratford on March 19th, you'll wish you had done... #SagePerfectTea http://www.sageappliances.co.uk
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Application Migration and Hybrid Deployments in a Multi-Cloud World (Cloud Next '18)
 
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Google Cloud believes in letting you run what you want, where you want. In this session, we'll explain the journey to the cloud, how to understand the path to the cloud, and how you can best achieve your goals when moving to the cloud. We'll help you understand Google Cloud's vision on how to migrate existing applications with zero downtime, design hybrid environments to extend your operations and applications to the cloud, and manage your applications across multiple clouds. Event schedule → http://g.co/next18 Watch more Spotlight sessions here → http://bit.ly/2Lby9sW Next ‘18 All Sessions playlist → http://bit.ly/Allsessions Subscribe to the Google Cloud channel! → http://bit.ly/NextSub
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Agilysys Insight 2013 Main Event at SeaWorld | Sponsored by IBM
 
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Agilysys is a leading technology company that provides innovative software and services for point-of-sale (POS), property management (PMS), reservation and table management, inventory and procurement, workforce management, analytics, document management, and mobile and wireless solutions exclusively to the hospitality industry. For more information, visit https://www.agilysys.com/. Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Agilysys/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Agilysys Follow us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/6142/
Views: 759 Agilysys Inc
Clasp: Common Lisp using LLVM and C++ for Molecular Metaprogramming
 
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Google Tech Talk June 9, 2015 (more info - click "show more") Presented by Christian Schafmeister. Introduction (0:00) The beginning (0:45) Mimicking proteins (1:51) Spiroligomers: an alternative to proteins (6:16) Applications of spiroligomers (8:18) A spiroligomer that binds Mdm2 (11:16) A spiroligomer that catalyzes a transesterification reaction (12:36) Designing large molecules (15:36) Developing a programming language for chemistry (17:29) Clasp: A Common Lisp based on LLVM (20:24) Automatic differentiation for chemistry force fields (20:43) Writing code that builds molecules (25:08) Why Common Lisp for chemistry? (25:46) Interfacing C++ with Common Lisp (27:53) Clasp: What is it? (31:36) Automated analysis of C++ code built into Clasp (37:24) How C++ is exposed to Clasp Common Lisp (39:35) What is next for Clasp? (41:35) Wrap up (43:40) Questions and answers (45:30) ABSTRACT This talk describes our unique approach to constructing large, atomically precise molecules (called "Molecular Lego" or "spiroligomers") that could act as new therapeutics, new catalysts (molecules that make new chemical reactions happen faster) and ultimately to construct atomically precise molecular devices. Then I describe Clasp and CANDO, a new implementation of the powerful language Common Lisp. Clasp is a Common Lisp compiler that uses LLVM to generate fast machine code and it interoperates with C++. CANDO is a molecular design tool that uses Clasp as its programming language. Together I believe that these are the hardware (molecules) and the software (the CANDO/Clasp compiler) that will enable the development of sophisticated molecular nanotechnology. Clasp is available at: https://github.com/drmeister/clasp For more info see: https://chem.cst.temple.edu/directory/faculty/schafmeister/ More about Clasp Clasp is an implementation of Common Lisp that interoperates with C++ and uses LLVM as its backend. It is available at https://github.com/drmeister/clasp. The goal of Clasp is to become a performant Common Lisp that can use C++ libraries and interoperate with LLVM-based tools and languages. The first sophisticated C++ library with which Clasp interoperates is the Clang C/C++ compiler front end. Using the Clang library, Common Lisp programs can be written that parse and carry out static analysis and automatic refactoring of C/C++ code. This facility is used to automatically analyze the Clasp C++ source code and construct an interface to the Memory Pool System compacting garbage collector. The primary purpose of Clasp is to act as a performant language for scientific computing that will be used to design sophisticated new molecular devices, catalysts and therapeutic molecules based on our "Molecular Lego" technology. Clasp is a general programming language that will support many other applications. About the Speaker: Christian Schafmeister visited Google’s Cambridge, MA office to deliver the talk "Clasp: Common Lisp using LLVM and C++ for Molecular Metaprogramming”. Christian is Associate Professor of Chemistry at Temple University. Research projects within his group will use the tools of synthetic chemistry, molecular biology, and X-ray crystallography to develop a universal molecular scaffold that would allow the systematic design, construction, and investigation of macromolecules that display chemical functionality in three-dimensional space. A scaffold like this will allow the design and synthesis of new catalysts, molecular sensors, and ultimately molecular machines. His group will use synthetic chemistry to synthesize molecular building blocks that they will couple to each other through pairs of bonds to construct rigid macromolecules with diverse and programmable shapes. His group has developed computer software that allows the computer-aided design of these molecules to carry out specific functions.
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Google Cloud Next '17 - Day 2 Keynote
 
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Google Cloud announces new products for Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and G Suite. Hear from Google's product and engineering leaders, including Urs Hölzle, Prabhakar Raghavan, Brian Stevens and Chet Kapoor. See exciting product demos and hear from customers about how Google Cloud is helping them compete and succeed.
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Avoiding Common SQL Server Performance Problems
 
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Learn more about Logical Read: http://slrwnds.com/LogicalRead1 Learn about some of the common mistakes that can degrade SQL Server performance and see how to avoid them. Connect with SolarWinds: THWACK IT Community: http://thwack.solarwinds.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SolarWinds Twitter: https://twitter.com/solarwinds LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/solarwinds Instagram: http://instagram.com/solarwindsinc/ Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/solarwinds_inc/
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Day two of Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing
 
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The Washington Post brings you live coverage and analysis of day two of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing. Read more: https://wapo.st/2Q75ubx. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2qiJ4dy Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/washingtonpost Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/washingtonpost/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/washingtonpost/
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Spinosaurus fishes for prey | Planet Dinosaur | BBC
 
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New David Attenborough series Dynasties coming soon! Watch the first trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWI1eCbksdE --~-- Check out BBC Earth on BBC online - http://www.bbc.com/earth/world John Hurts tells the stories of the biggest, deadliest and weirdest Dinosaurs ever to walk the Earth. Massive carnivorous hunter Spinosaurus hunts the giant fresh water fish Onchopristis. Planet Dinosaur tells the stories of the biggest, deadliest and weirdest creatures ever to walk the Earth, using the latest fossil evidence and immersive computer graphics. Narrated by John Hurt. Visit http://www.bbcearth.com for all the latest animal news and wildlife videos BBC Earth Facebook http://www.facebook.com/bbcearth (ex-UK only) BBC Earth Twitter http://www.twitter.com/bbcearth Subscribe to BBC Earth: http://bit.ly/ydxvrP BBC Earth Channel: http://www.youtube.com/BBCEarth Latest BBC Earth videos: http://bit.ly/y1wtbi
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ADF 12c for iPad - OOW13
 
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Video from OOW13 session: The New Web Interface: How to Improve Your Web UIs with Oracle ADF Laura Akel, Oracle Katarina Obradovic-Sarkic, Oracle Shay Shmeltzer, Oracle
Argus Safety | Streamlining Drug Safety and Pharmacovigilance Operations
 
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Learn about a major pharmaceutical company's pharmacovigilance globalization initiative that helped standardize and streamline its operations. -- As the focus on international product safety regulations increases, life sciences organizations must globalize and enhance their safety and pharmacovigilance operations in order to successfully navigate through the challenges they are presented with. Join BioPharm Systems' Dr. Rodney Lemery, vice president of safety and pharmacovigilance, for this free one-hour webinar that will discuss a major pharmaceutical company's pharmacovigilance globalization initiative that helped standardize and streamline its operations. Several topics that will be discussed include: -- SOP Integration -- Standardization of Local Practices -- Departmental Coordination -- Varying Reporting Requirements To view this webinar in its entirety, please visit: http://www.biopharm.com or https://cc.readytalk.com/r/5fvklbeknq9q. Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/BioPharmSystems Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/BioPharmSystems LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/companies/biopharm-systems-inc Google+: https://plus.google.com/104105608638786200757
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DS v9.1: Building InfoSphere DataStage Jobs to Process JSON Files on an Hadoop HDFS File System p2
 
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In this sequence of three videos we demonstrate how to build DataStage jobs to process JSON files on an Hadoop HDFS File System. We imagine the following scenario: A company wants to mine their company blog for valuable information and load this information into tables in their data warehouse. The blog data is stored in JSON files on the company's HDFS file system. In part 2 of 3, of this video series, we will build a DataStage job that uses an XML stage to read and parse the JSON blog file. Course Links: KM202: IBM InfoSphere DataStage Essentials v9.1 http://www.ibm.com/services/learning/ites.wss/zz/en?pageType=tp_search_results_new&noOfResultsPerPage=20&rowStart=0&searchString=km202 KM402: IBM InfoSphere Advanced DataStage - Parallel Framework v9.1 http://www.ibm.com/services/learning/ites.wss/zz/en?pageType=tp_search_results_new&noOfResultsPerPage=20&rowStart=0&searchString=km402 KM422: IBM InfoSphere Advanced DataStage - Advanced Data Processing v9.1 http://www.ibm.com/services/learning/ites.wss/zz/en?pageType=tp_search_results_new&noOfResultsPerPage=20&rowStart=0&searchString=km422 Other links: Training Paths: http://www-304.ibm.com/services/learning/ites.wss/zz/en?pageType=page&c=P988117I97898D08 See: DataStage Integration Developer - New to DataStage Parallel Jobs http://www-304.ibm.com/services/learning/ites.wss/zz/en?pageType=page&c=M036088C65126B28 See: DataStage Integration Developer - DataStage Parallel Jobs http://www-304.ibm.com/services/learning/ites.wss/zz/en?pageType=page&c=P481747V56253H58 Certification Program: http://www.ibm.com/software/data/education/certification.html See: IBM Certified Solution Developer - InfoSphere DataStage v9.1 Test 000-303 http://www.ibm.com/certify/tests/ovr303.shtml IM Certification and Skills : http://www.ibm.com/software/data/education Copyright 2015 IBM Corporation. All rights reserved. IBM, the IBM logo, Cognos, the Cognos logo and other IBM products and services are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both. Excel, Internet Explorer, PowerPoint, SharePoint and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Mozilla, the Mozilla logo, Firefox and the Firefox logo are registered trademarks of Mozilla Corporation. Other company, product or service names may be trademarks or service marks of others. iPad® and Apple® are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. The information contained in this video is provided for informational purposes only, and is provided AS IS without warranty of any kind, express or implied. IBM shall not be responsible for any damages arising out of the use of, or otherwise related to, these materials. Nothing contained in these materials is intended to, nor shall have the effect of, creating any warranties or representations from IBM or its suppliers or licensors, or altering the terms and conditions of the applicable license agreement governing the use of IBM software. References in these materials to IBM products, programs, or services do not imply that they will be available in all countries in which IBM operates. Product release dates and/or capabilities referenced in these materials may change at any time at IBM's sole discretion based on market opportunities or other factors, and are not intended to be a commitment to future product or feature availability in any way. Sample data is used in this video to develop sample applications of the IBM Program. These records may contain fictional data manually or machine generated, or factual data compiled from academic or public sources, or data used with permission of the copyright holder. These fictitious records include sample data for sales transactions, product distribution, finance, and human resources. Any resemblance to actual names, addresses, contact numbers, or transaction values is coincidental. Other sample files may contain fictional data manually or machine generated, factual data compiled from academic or public sources, or data used with permission of the copyright holder, for use as sample data to develop sample applications. Product names referenced may be the trademarks of their respective owners. Unauthorized duplication is prohibited.
Lakshmi Mandyam - HP Moonshot 2013 - theCUBE
 
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Lakshmi Mandyam, Director of Server Systems and Ecosystems, discussed the ARM architecture and its role in HP's Moonshot, as well as the impact of a battery-powered philosophy would have on technology trend at the Cube's coverage of HP's New York City hyperscale server launch. Mandyam discussed ARMs evolution since the end of 2011 with hosts Dave Vellante and John Furrier, debating whether or not Moonshot brings an end to the era of 'one size fits all' in the world of servers. 'It's a big step in that direction,' she agreed. Exploring the benefits of ARM architecture, Lakshmi Mandyam said that while it comes with standardization, it also allows for specialization. Partners take advantage of the standard ARM platform and then take it a step further, developing its own solutions, building on the current app convergence trend. "The new normal is going to be more integration," she added, pointing out that ARM is well positioned in that respect, due to its processor technology and multiple partners strategy. The company's server activity started about 4 years ago. It debuted with an OEM partner seeking their help for their issues -- running out of power and space. The company wanted to employ ARM technology, as it was batter powered. This battery-operated philosophy "leads to reducing power usage." The ecosystem is now driven by mobile and tablets, therefore there is quite a lot of interest in ARM architecture and a lot of companies are investing in the technology. The company shipped 1.6 billion chips last year alone. Open source and the changing server market . Speaking of software around the ARM architecture, Mandyam mentioned there was a lot of traction around open source. There is long term support for commercial Ubuntu, she added. She also mentions ARM's own investment in open source software -- its involvement in Linaro, which focuses on Linux innovation. Through this project, ARM and its partners are collaborating and sharing information, HP being part of this effort. HP's new Pathfinder ecosystem will allow them to get things done a lot faster, being able to further drive innovation. Speaking of its involvement in the server market, apart from HP's Moonshot, Mandyam said there are a number of servers soon to be announced that are based on ARM architecture, and even more partners will be basing their server releases on this architecture. Commenting on the importance of power consumption, Mandyam said that the total cost of ownership is more important than just energy. This includes saving on acquisition costs, increased reliability, and other such factors. Discussing the concept of software-defined technolgy, she stated that "the beauty of software-defined is that the end user is going to drive what software-defined really is." The hyperscale space is definitelly software defined, Dave Vellante pointed out, the general aim being to exclude the human component. .Hyperscale and ARM's competitive advantage . As far as the hyperscale world and the traditional enterprise environment coming together are concerned, the success of this convergence depends on circumstances."I actually think that, long-term, people can't ignore this trend. Most workloads in the future will be cloud-based." Therefore, enterprises will have to look at how they can deploy in the cloud, they will have to redefine how they do business. The current trend is to replicate the mobile experience everywhere and that experience today is on ARM, Lakshmi Mandyam added, and people want to duplicate that type of experience to reflect the fundamental shift of being always on, always connected. Regarding which trending metrics drive the industry, Mandyam said performance per watt, or per dollar options are gaining ground, and ARM can deliver for any of these new metrics. Asked to highlight ARM's competitive edge, Mandyam explained that the comapny's whole business model "is really about partnerships. When you think about ARM, it's really ARM and partners," the networks including about 1000 partners. The way the IP is developed, "we have a really long-term view." ARM discusses plans for 2016, and views success as its partners' success. "We scale from micro-controllers to processors that are going into servers. The ability to pick your optimization point, that is the difference we bring to the table." Generally, the reason companies turn to ARM is "because they see it as being a long-term strategic partner." Lakshmi Mandyam, ARM, at HP Moonshot 2013, with John Furrier and Dave Vellante
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Copy Column Headers from Resultset - SQL in Sixty Seconds #027
 
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When resultset is copied from SQL Server Management Studio it does not include the column header along with it. There are multiple ways to copy column headers from SSMS. Additionally this option can be turned on or off at SSMS level. Read more about this subject here: http://bit.ly/PkxWFm
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Microsoft Excel Tutorial - Making a Basic Spreadsheet in Excel
 
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http://tips4pc.com/excel-2007/excel-tutorial-making-a-basic-spreadsheet-that-totals-columns-automatically.htm Microsoft Excel Tutorial for beginners who want to make a basic spreadsheet in Excel. This Microsoft Excel Tutorial shows how to make columns and rows that add up or sum automatically. Beginners in Excel will find this an easy tutorial to follow.
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Meltdown and Spectre  - Updated Threat Information - Latest Information - SANS DFIR WEBCASTS
 
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Overview Two new vulnerabilities (Meltdown and Spectre) were introduced that are in the architecture of processors in nearly every computer and other devices using CPUs. Code to exploit these vulnerabilities in some cases is now publicly available and we can expect that more capable/modular code will be released soon. During this webcast, we'll walk through how the vulnerabilities work, what is being done to patch them, the performance impacts of patching, and probable exploit scenarios for the vulnerabilities. Enterprise Action Plan -https://www.renditioninfosec.com/2018/01/meltdown-and-sceptre-enterprise-action-plan/ Participants will learn: 1. Understand how the Meltdown and Spectre attacks work and how they differ from one another. 2. Understand how this impacts devices that cannot be patched. 3. Understand performance impact of the patches and possible exploit cases. Speaker Bio Jake Williams Jake Williams is a SANS analyst, certified SANS instructor, course author and designer of several NetWars challenges for use in SANS' popular, "gamified" information security training suite. Jake spent more than a decade in information security roles at several government agencies, developing specialties in offensive forensics, malware development and digital counterespionage. Jake is the founder of Rendition InfoSec, which provides penetration testing, digital forensics and incident response, expertise in cloud data exfiltration, and the tools and guidance to secure client data against sophisticated, persistent attack on-premises and in the cloud.
Error Tracking System Java Project
 
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ABSTRACT Error Tracking System is aimed at providing the Tracking System of the bugs generated in software, maintenance of the bug levels, fixing of the Bugs by the developers or programmers inside the organization, the status of the bugs etc. It also provides ways to view the Bug priorities and assigned levels to the bug identified and yet accordingly for the bug status. The Bug priorities are maintained in the form of filters and those filters are created according to the user level or Administrator level depending upon the status organized. Reports are now and then produced to maintain the functionality of the System. All the above features like entry of the bug information, fixing them up and the filter maintenance category are dealt within the Error Tracking System. This Project is implemented in Java. Module Description: Bug Identification This module identifies the bug for a specific language. The languages will be distinguished by unique language code. This module includes the types of errors which are present in the program and a master table is maintained for the type of errors. Bug Status Maintenance There are four different states –Wait, Open, Ready, Closed. Initially the status of the bug will be wait. When the bug is viewed the status is set to open. After the bug is cleared the status is set to ready. Then the project leader cross checks the bug and if he is satisfied then the status of the bug is set to close. Programmer Tracking In this module the employee details are maintained in a separate database. Also the details of the project under which the employees are working is maintained. Appraisal The appraisal is calculated depending upon the performance of the employee. The factors for deciding the performance includes efficiency, effectiveness, total working hours, time taken to clear the bugs etc., Filter Design This module is developed for assigning permission level for different users. It also give provision for updating the error codes and assigning accessing and denials. System Requirement Specification: Hardware specification: • Monitor : 800*600 minimum resolution of 256 colors • Processor: At least 166 MHz processor • Input : Two or Three button mouse and standard 104 keyboards. Software specification: • Front End: Java 1.4 • Back End: Oracle 8i
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What Are Some Examples Of Storage Media?
 
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This category refers to digital media used in computer storage devices. The primary storage media for a computer is usually the internal hard drive. Most internal 31 mar 2015 floppy disks are a storage medium made of thin magnetic disk. And send some of the open programs and files to your hard drive's paging file one example a storage device would be common magnetic systems drive floppy data tape backup minidv stripe on back credit or debit card not 2 nov 2008 each class is used store but they are processor register form small which resides cpu examples secondary devices includeflash Category computer media wikipediawhat an media? Quora. Storage media wikipedia category computer storage wikipedia en. Storage keeps data, information and instructions for use in the future. Types of computer storage devices bright hub. Use in performing some of the most 8 sep 2014 magnetic storage is a form non volatile. Types of secondary storage devices examples primary introduction to computer information systems wikibooks what are magnetic media? Psx scene. Examples of such media include (a) magnetic disks, cards, tapes, and drums, (b) punched cards paper (c) optical (d) barcodes (e) ink characters 12 jul 2017 the picture shows an example a drobo, external secondary storage device. This means that the data is not lost when storage device powered. What is storage medium? Definition from whatis what the difference between media and devices fighting 5 examples of devicesstorage definition, & video lesson a device? techopediawhat media? Forensicon. Examples of storage devices include hard diskcdsflash memory (usb media are that store application and user information. Googleusercontent search. Secondary storage can be removable, internal, or external everything that's been listed thus far used as media, but let's not forget the low tech media of books, scrolls, paper, and clay table what are some examples a device? How i make my sd card well, previous answer to this rather silly question got downvoted (and looks completely reasonable me)storage arranged for access in many ways. Some well known arrangements include a redundant array of independent disks (raid) storage media. Wikipedia wiki category computer_storage_media url? Q webcache. Storage media wikipedia. They were ranged from the standard 1. This is in they are available different form factors depending on the type of underlying device. All computers use storage to keep the software that makes what is difference between media and devices [closed] these two terms with easy understand examples 3 dec 2010 this a magnetic device, which set in square plastic shell. 44 mb to 200 mb on some versions 31 mar 2015 examples of primary storage in your computer are random access hard drive, usb thumb drive or a media player such as blue ray or dvd. There are two types of storage devices used with computers a primary device, such as ram, and secondary like hard drive. What are some examples of a storage device? Quora. Th
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GSA Cloud Reverse Industry Training Event
 
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This Reverse Industry Training (RIT) will focus on Cloud adoption and migration for Federal agencies. Hear industry representatives share insights, challenges and benefits to Cloud adoption. The event will be presented through a series of sessions utilizing case studies and panel discussions. The purpose of the Cloud RIT is to address the issues and concerns that potentially prevent agencies from moving to the Cloud.
20. Undecidable and P-Complete
 
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MIT 6.890 Algorithmic Lower Bounds: Fun with Hardness Proofs, Fall 2014 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/6-890F14 Instructor: Erik Demaine In this lecture, Professor Demaine explains P-completeness, and how it can be undecidable to determine winning strategies in games. License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
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Mod-01 Lec-17 Basic pipelining, branch prediction
 
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Computer Architecture by Dr. Mainak Chaudhuri,Department of Computer Science and Engineering,IIT Kanpur.For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.ac.in
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Archivematica: Creating a Comprehensive Digital Preservation System
 
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Monday, May 24, College Park, MD - This presentation was co-hosted by the National Archives Center for Advanced Systems and Technologies (NCAST) with the National Archives Assembly, held at the National Archives at College Park, MD. Peter Van Garderen -- President and System Archivist at Artefactual Systems, Inc. Van Garderen demonstrates his company's digital preservation system known as Archivematica (pronounced "Archive-matica"), which tries to streamline the preservation of digital objects. The system is an open, user-friendly, customizable, and ever improving step-by-step program designed to support the preservation of digital objects, and is already in use by the City of Vancouver Archives. Designed with archivists and digital preservation processes in mind, Archivematica functions as a pipeline through which an archivist can easily process packets of information that have been submitted into an archives. The system interfaces with all standard file systems and preserves file hierarchies during processing. For more information, visit the NCAST web site at www.archives.gov/ncast. The National Archives Applied Research Division (formerly known as NCAST: NARA's Center for Advanced Systems and Technologies) serves as a resource for improving NARA customer services and business processes; and evaluates tools to improve NARA's electronic records and network operations. These presentations are sessions with our research partners where they talk about their research and findings and how these are helping NARA identify new theories knowledge, methods, and techniques to advance the lifecycle of electronic records.
Views: 14355 US National Archives
Lecture -5 Requirements Engineering / Specification
 
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Lecture Series on Software Engineering by Prof.N.L. Sarda, Prof. Umesh Bellur,Prof.R.K.Joshi and Prof.Shashi Kelkar, Department of Computer Science & Engineering ,IIT Bombay . For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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Cloud Predictions for 2017 with John Engates - Office Hours Podcast
 
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Office Hours is back for the New Year, and we're kicking it off with Rackspace CTO John Engates reviewing his 2017 Cloud Predictions. This is an annual tradition on our show - and this year we've got some great predictions to cover. Episode 176 : Cloud Predictions for 2017 with John Engates Recorded Live: 1-5-2017 Participants Hosts: Alan Bush: @alanbush – Community Manager, Rackspace Drew Cox: @drewcoxsa – Enterprise Technical Advisor, Rackspace Guest: John Engates: @jengates – Chief Technology Officer, Rackspace Highlights Introductions (00:00-01:08) 2016 Wrap Up (01:09-02:47) Multicloud world (02:48-09:34) Security’s place in the world (09:35-15:14) Severless architecture (15:15-19:27 End of Moore’s Law (19:28-25:55 Machine learning (25:58-34:35) Google Cloud (34:40-38:04) IoT in your home (38:06-43:18) Wrap Up (43:19-44:31) Links Cloud Predictions for 2017 http://blog.rackspace.com/cloud-predictions-2017
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Reinventing IT infrastructure for business agility
 
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Microsoft’s strategy for cloud computing centers on empowering IT pros to generate business value and lead digital transformation within your organization. With Microsoft Azure, you get a cloud platform that is global, hybrid, and trusted, and one that spans your on-premises datacenters, hosted offerings, and the public cloud. In this session, we will discuss in depth the latest technology innovations and career resources that will help you make your organizations more agile and productive. From the rapidly innovating hybrid cloud platform and services to the new operating system that powers your workloads to simplifying IT management wherever you need it, we will speak to the investments. https://www.microsoft.com/techsummit
GTAC 2010: What Testability Tells Us About the Software Performance Envelope
 
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Google Test Automation Conference 2010 October 28-29, 2010 "What Testability Tells us About the Software Performance Envelope" Presented by Robert V. Binder, President, System Verification Associates. ABSTRACT Broadly understood, testability defines the limits on producing and releasing complex systems with an acceptable risk of costly or dangerous defects. This talk will explore testability, consider what we know about how it, and challenge the audience with some open problems. * Essential complexity and emergent behavior * The economics of software risk * Reliability: why debugging doesn't matter * Prevention: why it isn't enough * Testing Strategies: looking for love in all the wrong places? * Test automation paradigms: still looking for love in all the wrong places? * The Testing Performance Envelope: up to and beyond the edge Robert V. Binder is a software entrepreneur and technologist with over 34 years of systems engineering experience. His 1994 analysis of software testability http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=184077 has had a continuing influence on research and practice in this area. As principal of System Verification Associates, he leads teams that deliver advanced IT assurance solutions. He was recently awarded a U.S. Patent for a unique approach to model-based testing of mobile systems. He is a member of the Editorial Board of Software Testing, Verification, and Review and internationally recognized as the author of the definitive Testing Object-Oriented Systems: Models, Patterns, and Tools. Robert holds an MS in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a MBA from the University of Chicago. He is an IEEE Senior Member. Slides available at https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B4fT-BFGDnQkNTIxZmE5MDctYTJhZS00OThhLTkwY2QtNTk2OGQ4MjUzNWQx&sort=name&layout=list&pid=0B4fT-BFGDnQkYzVlMWY4M2EtYjRkYi00MDQ5LTg5ODUtNGQ4ZWU5N2NlMTRl&cindex=1
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Introducing AgilePQ DCM (Digital Conversion Module)
 
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Presented on January 6, 2017, this webinar featured a presentation from three AgilePQ speakers on cryptography and the AgilePQ Digital Conversion Module (DCM).
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Smarter License Management with IBM Power Systems - Basics
 
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More and more clients are looking to optimize their software license stack and potentially save cost here. IBM's Power platform offers specific features that support an intelligent license management and a better utilization of modern data centers. In this 1st of 2 videos, Annika Blank, IT Architect from IBM, explains how Power 7+ accelerators and PowerVM can address those challenges and how pooling of real and virtual Server resources is working. The 2nd video will show an example how to implement intelligent license management to optimize IT cost. Please subscribe to receive information about all new videos.
Views: 785 IBMSystemsEurope
4.3 Functions & Function Blocks (IEC 61131-3 Basics with MotionWorks IEC)
 
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Differences between functions and function blocks, bitwise functions, duplicate and negate function inputs, and use the EN ENO feature with MotionWorks IEC in tutorial "follow along" format. This video is part of the "IEC 61131-3 Basics with MotionWorks IEC" training series. For more information go to https://www.yaskawa.com/elearning This eLM is also available on the Yaskawa America, Inc. - Drives and Motion Division website (www.yaskawa.com). Yaskawa Doc ID: eLV.MotionWorksIEC.16.Basic_FunFbk
Views: 7274 Yaskawa America
Lec 12 | MIT 6.172 Performance Engineering of Software Systems, Fall 2010
 
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Lecture 12: Multicore Programming Instructor: Charles Leiserson, John Dong View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/6-172F10 License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
Views: 2401 MIT OpenCourseWare
Capacitated Covering, Scheduling to Minimize Energy and Min Edge Cost Flows - A Natural Convergence
 
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Google Tech Talk January 25, 2013 (more info below) Presented by Samir Khuller. ABSTRACT "Capacitated Covering, Scheduling to Minimize Energy and Min Edge Cost Flows - A Natural Convergence" Traditional scheduling algorithms, especially those involving job scheduling on parallel machines, make the assumption that the machines are always available and try to schedule jobs to minimize specific job related metrics. Since modern data centers consume massive amounts of energy, we consider job scheduling problems that take energy consumption into account, turning machines off, especially during periods of low demand. The ensuing problems relate very closely to classical covering problems such as capacitated set cover, and we discuss several recent results in this regard. Finally we show how to view all of these problems through the common lens of min edge cost flows. This is a survey talk on several papers, some recent, and some not so recent. Speaker Info: Samir Khuller received his M.S and Ph.D from Cornell University in 1989 and 1990, respectively and is currently Professor and Chair of Computer Science at the University of Maryland, College Park. His research interests are in graph algorithms, discrete optimization, and computational geometry and more recently in scheduling and approximation algorithms. He received the National Science Foundation's Career Development Award, several Dept. Teaching Awards, the Dean's Teaching Excellence Award and also a CTE-Lilly Teaching Fellowship. In 2003, he and his students were awarded the "Best newcomer paper" award for the ACM PODS Conference. He received the University of Maryland's Distinguished Scholar Teacher Award in 2007.
Views: 2055 GoogleTechTalks
Square Inc. Earnings Conference Call Q2 2018 SQ
 
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Jack Dorsey, chief executive officer at Square, discusses earnings, sources of new growth, and his outlook for the company. Square’s loss narrowed, weak Q3 profit outlook remains a concern - August 1, 2018 Square (SQ) reported stellar results for the second quarter beating analyst estimates on both earnings and revenue front. However, earnings guidance for the quarter ending September came in below street expectations pushing the stock marginally down in the extended hours of trading. Adjusted revenue surged 60% in the quarter touching $385 million resulting in earnings of $0.13 per share, which is a $0.06 improvement over last year. EBITDA margins, on an adjusted basis, saw 3% improvement in the quarter. The company shrank its net loss to $6 million compared to $16 million in the last year. It’s worth noting that Square has been investing heavily for more than a year to widen its footprint and improve its service offerings, which resulted in the increased product development and higher marketing expenses over last year. Even though it had a dent on the company’s bottom line, the efforts are expected to bear fruit over long-term. Gross Payment Volume (GPV) is a key metric tracked by the investors. GPV rose 30% to $21.4 billion, aided by continued contribution from large sellers. For the first time in the company’s history, large sellers’ contribution stood at 50% of GPV, which is a healthy sign for Square. Large sellers process more than $125,000 on a yearly basis using the platform. Square garnered $37 million from Bitcoin trading, which is an increase of about 9% compared to $34 million raked in the first quarter of 2018. In January, bitcoin trading was launched in its Cash app, available throughout the US excluding few states. The company expects to garner more revenues from bitcoin trading in the future. Square withdrew its application for a charter license with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) in July. However, the company plans to refile with the regulators after making amendments to the application. It’s worth noting that Square applied for an industrial loan company (ILC) license last year. Post-approval, it can offer loans and deposits to small businesses, which has been an underserved market with huge upside potential along with increased risk. Currently, the San Francisco, California-based company has joined hands with Celtic Bank, which is an ILC, to offer loans to SMBs.
Views: 74 AlphaStreet
GTAC 2014: The Challenge of Fairly Comparing Cloud Providers and What We're Doing About It
 
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Anthony Voellm (Google) This talk will cover the history of benchmarking from mainframe to Cloud. The goal is to lay a foundation around where benchmarks started and how they have gotten to where they are. Ideas will be laid out for the future of benchmarking Cloud and how we can do it practically.
Views: 1271 GoogleTechTalks
Lecture - 14 Query Processing and Optimization
 
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Lecture Series on Database Management System by Dr.S.Srinath, IIIT Bangalore. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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A quantum computer can determine who wins a game faster than a classical comp...
 
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Google Tech Talks April, 2 2008 ABSTRACT Imagine a game where two players go back and forth making moves and at the end of a fixed number of moves the position is either a win or a loss for the first player. In this case, if both players play best possible, it is determined at the first move who wins or loses. To figure out who will be the winner you need not look at all of the N final positions but only at N^0.753. I will show that with a quantum computer the exponent can be reduced to 0.5. The technique involves quantum scattering theory and illustrates how ideas from physics can be used to design quantum algorithms that outperform even best possible classical algorithms. Speaker: Edward Farhi Professor of Physics; Director, Center for Theoretical Physics Massachusetts Institute of Technology Research Interests: Edward Farhi was trained as a theoretical particle physicist but has also worked on astrophysics, general relativity, and the foundations of quantum mechanics. His present interest is the theory of quantum computation. As a graduate student, Farhi invented the jet variable "Thrust," which is used to describe how particles in high energy accelerator collisions come out in collimated streams. He then worked with Leonard Susskind on grand unified theories with electro-weak dynamical symmetry breaking. He and Larry Abbott proposed an (almost viable) model in which quarks, leptons, and massive gauge bosons are composite. With Robert Jaffe, he worked out many of the properties of a possibly stable super dense form of matter called "Strange Matter" and with Charles Alcock and Angela Olinto he studied the properties of "Strange Stars." His interest then shifted to general relativity and he and Alan Guth studied the classical and quantum prospects of making a new inflationary universe in the laboratory today. He, Guth and others also studied obstacles to constructing a time machine. More recently, Farhi has been studying how to use quantum mechanics to gain algorithmic speedup in solving problems that are difficult for conventional computers. He and Sam Gutmann proposed the idea of designing algorithms based on quantum walks, which has been used to demonstrate the power of quantum computation over classical. They, along with Jeffrey Goldstone and Michael Sipser, introduced the idea of quantum computation by adiabatic evolution, which has generated much interest in the quantum computing community. This group was tied for first in showing that there is a problem that cannot be sped up by a quantum computer. In 2007, Farhi, Goldstone and Gutmann showed that a quantum computer can determine who wins a game faster than a classical computer. Edward Farhi continues to work on quantum computing but keeps a close eye on particle physics and recent developments in cosmology. Biographical Sketch: Edward (Eddie) Farhi went to the Bronx High School of Science and Brandeis University before getting his Ph.D. from Harvard in 1978. He was then on the staff at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center and at CERN in Geneva Switzerland before coming to MIT, where he joined the faculty in 1982. Farhi has given lectures on his own research at many of the major physics research centers in the world. At MIT, he has taught undergraduate courses in quantum mechanics and special relativity. At the graduate level he has taught quantum mechanics, quantum field theory, particle physics and general relativity. Farhi won three teaching awards at MIT and in 2000, 2001, and 2002 he lectured the big freshman physics course, "8.01." In July 2005, he was appointed the Director of MIT's Center for Theoretical Physics. Selected Publications: Professor Farhi's publications are available online from the SPIRES HEP Literature Database (particle physics) and arXiv.org e-Print archive (quantum computing).
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Lenley Hensarling & Marc Linster, EnterpriseDB - #IBMEdge
 
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01. Marc Linster, EnterpriseDB, visits #theCUBE!. (00:17) 02. Lenley Hensarling, Enterprise DB, visits #theCUBE!. (00:29) 03. Background of EnterpriseDB. (00:50) 04. Unpacking Postgres. (01:39) 05. Selling PostgreSQL Database: The Killer Platform. (02:23) 06. The Application Model and Re-Looking at the Database. (05:38) 07. Data Federation: Leave the Data Where it Is. (08:05) 08. EnterpriseDB and the IBM Relationship. (09:00) 09. Oracle, the Cost Component and the Writing on the Wall. (10:10) 10. Amazon: Missing the Hybrid Cloud?. (12:30) 11. Is There a Typical POWER Customer?. (14:20) 12. EnterpriseDB in the IOT Space. (16:13) 13. IBM's Purchase of the Weather Company. (17:36) 14. EnterpriseDB Engagement Model. (18:07) Track List created with http://www.vinjavideo.com. --- --- Experts give insight into the sudden rise of databases | #IBMEdge by Nelson Williams | Sep 22, 2016 If data is the lifeblood of business, then databases are the beating heart. Data must be efficiently cataloged, stored and made available for queries to be of any use; databases perform this function. As the tech world has seen a rise in uses for data, so too has the database world discovered new technologies and fresh ways to deliver faster, cleaner data. To help understand this rise in the power of databases, Dave Vellante (@dvellante), cohost of theCUBE, from the SiliconANGLE Media team, visited the IBM Edge 2016 conference in Las Vegas. There, he spoke to Marc Linster, SVP of Product Development at EnterpriseDB, and Lenley Hensarling, SVP of Product Management and Strategy at EnterpriseDB. PostgreSQL and the open-source example The conversation started with a look into how EnterpriseDB runs its business. Hensarling compared its operation to the open-source model used by Red Hat, Inc., except with Postgres (PostgreSQL) databases. He explained that they take the distribution, add testing and then add some other functionality. Instead of leaving things to the customer, EnterpriseDB tests everything together and gives the customer a package with complete documentation. Linster then added that there’s something they call a “data federation.” Some data should live in specialized databases, but with a data wrapper, they can run queries across these databases without moving the data. He stated that it’s exciting how they can run a fit-for-purpose architecture within an integrated system. “The philosophy is, leave the data where it is,” Linster said. Why now for databases? The discussion then turned toward why databases are suddenly so important. Hensarling pointed out that the application model has changed. Companies have fit-for-purpose database solutions and may have four or five of those. This means more databases. He explained that Postgres is able to fit well in that environment because it doesn’t try to do everything. Instead, it uses data wrappers to project relational database schemes on information in those mixed systems. RELATED: One company's move to get all the medical data they can | #SeizeTheData Hensarling believed that databases are moving to the Cloud, both public and private. This has changed EnterpriseDB’s perspective. Now, the company leaves things in the hands of the customer, allowing them to choose which, and whose, cloud data goes to. He mentioned customers have shown a preference for this bring-your-own-license approach.
Lenovo Transform 2.0 Keynote | Lenovo Transform 2018
 
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General session from the second annual Lenovo Transform 2.0 event in New York, NY. For more information: https://www.thecube.net/lenovo-2018 SiliconANGLE Blogs: https://siliconangle.com/ #LenovoTransform #Lenovo #theCUBE
A Festschrift for Danny Cohen
 
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Google Tech Talk March 2, 2013 A Festschrift honoring internet pioneer, Danny Cohen. Cohen developed the first real-time visual flight simulator on a general-purpose computer in 1967. He also developed the first real-time radar simulator. He was the first to implement packet video and packet voice when he adapted the flight simulator to run over the ARPANET. He is an inaugural inductee in the Internet Society Internet Hall of Fame. Talks include accounts of Cohen's work by other Internet Hall of Fame inductees - Vint Cerf, Larry Roberts, Leonard Kleinrock, and Robert Kahn and other internet pioneers (Barry Wessler, Ivan Sutherland, Bob Sproull, Chuck Seitz, Bob Parker, Larry Miller, Stephen Casner, Bob Braden, Deborah Estrin, Paul Losleben, Patrice Lyons, Eve Schooler, Bob Felderman, Neil Gershenfeld, Jim Mitchell, Ron Ho, Professor J. Finnegan, Ashok Krishnamoorthy, Barbara Tversky, David Cohen)
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