Programming – MYNYML http://mynyml.com/ Wed, 15 Sep 2021 06:25:54 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://mynyml.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/cropped-icon-32x32.png Programming – MYNYML http://mynyml.com/ 32 32 ROOT Sports’ pre-season and regular-season Kraken lineup begins to take shape https://mynyml.com/root-sports-pre-season-and-regular-season-kraken-lineup-begins-to-take-shape/ https://mynyml.com/root-sports-pre-season-and-regular-season-kraken-lineup-begins-to-take-shape/#respond Tue, 14 Sep 2021 22:58:39 +0000 https://mynyml.com/root-sports-pre-season-and-regular-season-kraken-lineup-begins-to-take-shape/ Beginner to expert hockey fans will have a choice of several Kraken-related programs on ROOT Sports Northwest once the NHL expansion team kicks off its preseason in the coming weeks and its regular season next month. Several sources from the Mariners-owned Regional Sports Network (RSN) said on Tuesday that a show “Kraken Hockey 101 – […]]]>

Beginner to expert hockey fans will have a choice of several Kraken-related programs on ROOT Sports Northwest once the NHL expansion team kicks off its preseason in the coming weeks and its regular season next month.

Several sources from the Mariners-owned Regional Sports Network (RSN) said on Tuesday that a show “Kraken Hockey 101 – The Basics” will focus on the fundamentals of the sport and feature player and coach information that will air throughout the game. throughout the season. The half-hour show is scheduled to begin before the team’s preseason game on September 26 in Spokane against the Vancouver Canucks.

“Since this is a new market in the NHL, there will be fans and potential fans who might need to be educated about the game so they can watch it better,” said a source.

There will also be a match day “Kraken Warm-Up” broadcast, in a longer magazine-style format, and separate from a live pre-match broadcast. A weekly magazine show “Inside Kraken Hockey” will debut in October and will be similar in style to the “Mariners All-Access” program.

In addition, RSN is planning an evening show tentatively titled “ROOT Sports Tonight” for January covering all of the city’s sports teams and featuring news, highlights and interviews. It will air two or three shows per week, along with other Kraken content in season.

The programs will draw heavily on existing ROOT Sports hosts Brad Adam, Jen Mueller and Angie Mentink, known primarily for their coverage of the Mariners, but who are also shifting to other sports outside of the baseball season. Mueller was on hand to conduct studio interviews from a makeshift set during the NHL expansion draft at Gas Works Park in July when the Kraken selected most of his roster.

In addition, RSN is also expected to use the talents, coaches and staff of Kraken to bolster the shows. Kraken radio play-by-play voice Everett Fitzhugh has already been involved in several videos produced by the team for their official website, and TV analyst JT Brown is the type of former player at the NHL which the ROOT Sports set would otherwise be missing.

Brown will work on match broadcasts alongside game show man John Forslund, but may provide pre-recorded segments for other ROOT Sports programs. RSN and the team are still working on how the pre-match and post-match live segments will work in terms of analysis.

For the Mariners, former MLB pitcher Bill Krueger worked for years alongside studio host Adam in a studio analyst role. The RSN and the team have spoken with former players and plan to use just one all season or use several in a rotation.

A decision is expected within the next 10 days.

There are a handful of former NHL players who reside in the area.

Jamie Huscroft, who has played for New Jersey, Boston, Calgary, Tampa Bay, Washington, Vancouver and Phoenix and is now director of operations for Sno-King Ice Sports, based in Eastside. In addition, Turner Stevenson, who played for Montreal, New Jersey and Philadelphia, has coached elite junior hockey teams locally for years.

Former Washington Capitals goaltender Olaf Kolzig lives further afield in Kennewick, where he co-owns his former Tri-City Americans junior team.

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Over the summer: Students participate in a summer learning program in Palumbo | The key to learning https://mynyml.com/over-the-summer-students-participate-in-a-summer-learning-program-in-palumbo-the-key-to-learning/ https://mynyml.com/over-the-summer-students-participate-in-a-summer-learning-program-in-palumbo-the-key-to-learning/#respond Tue, 14 Sep 2021 10:15:00 +0000 https://mynyml.com/over-the-summer-students-participate-in-a-summer-learning-program-in-palumbo-the-key-to-learning/ Thousands of Philadelphia students have taken advantage of the expanded summer learning program. The program aimed to prepare students for the new school year after being out of the classroom during much of the coronavirus pandemic. Through partnerships with the city, the Philadelphia School District, and local organizations, summer learning combined project-based learning with after-school […]]]>

Thousands of Philadelphia students have taken advantage of the expanded summer learning program.

The program aimed to prepare students for the new school year after being out of the classroom during much of the coronavirus pandemic.

Through partnerships with the city, the Philadelphia School District, and local organizations, summer learning combined project-based learning with after-school programming.

The programs, which lasted five to six weeks, were held in person at schools across the city for K-12 students.

Through a partnership with the school district, the City provided opportunities through “PlayItSafe,” an initiative that connects children, teens and families to summer activities. The City also offered summer jobs to students.

More than 2,000 schools in the Philadelphia School District and out-of-time providers have supported students.

“The whole program went well,” said Ali Robinson-Rogers, executive director of the district’s Post-Secondary Education Preparation Office. “We’ve never tried to deliver such a large, integrated program before, so while this was new to us, it’s something we really want to continue to do in the future.”

At Palumbo Academy, students participated in three main programs, including Summer Bridge, Quarter 5, and Credit Recovery. Approximately 165 students completed the program at the high school in the Bella Vista neighborhood of Philadelphia.

“The Summer Bridge program has provided grade 8 through 9 and grade 10 students additional support in the areas of English and math,” said Kristin Williams Smalley, deputy director of the Academy At Palumbo. “Just reinforcing what they know will help them in their transition to high school, because ninth graders have never been to high school either.

“Our Quarter Five program was designed for students who did not pass math, English, science or social studies in the regular school year,” said Williams Smalley. “Participating in this program allowed them to obtain these credits.

“High school is credit-based, so they had to get credits in certain areas to graduate,” she added. “Our credit recovery was for students who may have failed a course in the previous school year. This program has helped students get back on track to graduate.

Professor Palumbo Ronald Paulus taught English II and theater during the summer. Paulus said his two courses were for students who needed credits in English II or the arts and humanities.

“In my English class we explored literature through the idea of ​​community,” said Paulus. “The final project was a quilt that represented the communities reflected in their school community.

“In the drama, we focused on one-act plays,” Paulus said. “They learned projection and fiction. Through the plays, students examined two critical lenses, notably the feminist lens and the visual inequality.

“We also looked at two critical themes which were race and gender in everything we read,” he added. “The final project of my drama class was the class writing a play together.”

Sheriff Jallow, who will be a freshman at the Philadelphia Military Academy, praised the teachers during the summer apprenticeship program.

“The teachers I had during the summer apprenticeship were amazing; they really made learning fun, ”Jallow said. “They worked with us and encouraged us to do better. I learned a lot in this short period. “

Senior Palumbo Ashley Pagan-Afanador, attended Paulus’ English II class. She said that although her experience in the program was good, she looks forward to the next school year.

“I am so excited to learn again in the classroom with other people,” said Pagan-Afanador.

“I can’t wait to see my friends and talk to my teachers and administrators,” she added. “I’m really excited about my last year. “

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Pepperdine poorly communicates student immunization rates due to “programming error” ‹Pepperdine Graphic https://mynyml.com/pepperdine-poorly-communicates-student-immunization-rates-due-to-programming-error-pepperdine-graphic/ https://mynyml.com/pepperdine-poorly-communicates-student-immunization-rates-due-to-programming-error-pepperdine-graphic/#respond Sat, 11 Sep 2021 03:21:05 +0000 https://mynyml.com/pepperdine-poorly-communicates-student-immunization-rates-due-to-programming-error-pepperdine-graphic/ Pepperdine miscalculated its COVID-19 vaccination rate of students on campus due to a programming error, according to a September 10 email released to the community. The University reported that its student vaccination rate was 96%, while the actual number is closer to 84%, a difference of 12%. The error was caused by faulty programming, COO […]]]>

Pepperdine miscalculated its COVID-19 vaccination rate of students on campus due to a programming error, according to a September 10 email released to the community.

The University reported that its student vaccination rate was 96%, while the actual number is closer to 84%, a difference of 12%.

The error was caused by faulty programming, COO Phil Phillips shared in a Graphic exclusive. The translation of third-party e-health service provider Medicat to Pepperdine’s PeopleSoft program resulted in a higher number, an error Pepperdine noted earlier this week and has worked to resolve until today.

The University’s COVID-19 policies – such as indoor masking and contact tracing – will not change, as the vaccination rate does not affect those protocols, Phillips said. The error also does not affect student privacy, as it was not a data breach or a security error.

Vaccination rates for professors and staff remain unchanged, as they were not reported through Medicat, Phillips said.

Medicat took full responsibility for the error, according to the email.

“The logic of the data export has been corrected and I have confirmed that it is now 100% accurate and will continue to be 100% accurate in the future,” said Daryl Rolley, CEO of Medicat.

Pepperdine’s updated vaccination rates are as follows: 84% among students and 91% among faculty and staff.

The University has yet to disclose the full breakdown of vaccination rates, including how it affects Seaver College numbers.

Phillips shared that the University wants to be open with the community about the error and hopes to keep the community’s trust.

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Special program: Souvenir of September 11 — 20th anniversary https://mynyml.com/special-program-souvenir-of-september-11-20th-anniversary/ https://mynyml.com/special-program-souvenir-of-september-11-20th-anniversary/#respond Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:02:00 +0000 https://mynyml.com/special-program-souvenir-of-september-11-20th-anniversary/ On HPPR and HPPR Connect Friday, September 10e at 4 p.m. HC: HistoryBody & All things Considered Tune in for a special ALL THINGS CONSIDERED, in collaboration with BODY OF TALES, as we examine the profound loss suffered as a result of the 9/11 attacks from three different perspectives: the people personally involved that day, […]]]>

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Friday, September 10e at 4 p.m. HC: HistoryBody & All things Considered

Tune in for a special ALL THINGS CONSIDERED, in collaboration with BODY OF TALES, as we examine the profound loss suffered as a result of the 9/11 attacks from three different perspectives: the people personally involved that day, the servicemen who fought in Afghanistan and Iraq, and the citizens of those countries.

Saturday September 11 e at 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. HC: Weekend edition and all things considered

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and the destruction of United Airlines Flight 93 in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, all on a single day in September. Join us on Saturday September 11e, like WEEKEND EDITION and ALL THINGS CONSIDERED plan for memories, as well as insightful looks on the past two decades and where we are today. Tune in from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Central on High Plains Public Radio.

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Saturday September 11e at 3 p.m. HC: Sacred Ground — An NPR 9/11 Special

On September 11, 2001, Tim Lambert was a young reporter at the NPR WITF member station in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. It was a blurry day: the hijacked airliner crashed in New York City, Arlington, Virginia, and near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. It turned out that the fourth plane crashed into earth passed on to Tim by his grandfather. So began a 20-year journey. Today, two decades after that horrific day, WITF’s Tim Lambert and NPR’s Scott Detrow bring us this special report on the United Flight 93 crash, from the early days until now.

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Programming language: Kotlin / JS Inspection Pack simplifies compiler migration https://mynyml.com/programming-language-kotlin-js-inspection-pack-simplifies-compiler-migration/ https://mynyml.com/programming-language-kotlin-js-inspection-pack-simplifies-compiler-migration/#respond Sat, 04 Sep 2021 02:55:30 +0000 https://mynyml.com/programming-language-kotlin-js-inspection-pack-simplifies-compiler-migration/ A week after the last version of Kotlin 1.5.30, the software company JetBrains which created the programming language released the Kotlin / JS Inspection Pack plug-in. It should support both creating new projects with Kotlin / JS and migrating existing projects to the new Kotlin / JS IR (Intermediate Representation) compiler. This is currently integrated […]]]>

A week after the last version of Kotlin 1.5.30, the software company JetBrains which created the programming language released the Kotlin / JS Inspection Pack plug-in. It should support both creating new projects with Kotlin / JS and migrating existing projects to the new Kotlin / JS IR (Intermediate Representation) compiler. This is currently integrated as a beta in Kotlin and is intended to replace the old compiler.

With interfaces and classes, included data classthat come from pure JavaScript classes can lead to the ClassCastException-An error message arrives. This happens, for example, with React classes State and Props and that’s because the IR compiler assumes that these are Kotlin objects rather than undefined JavaScript objects in the code. This is where the Kotlin / JS Inspection Pack comes in by highlighting these classes and interfaces and suggesting converting them to external interfaces:

The Kotlin / JS Inspection Pack suggests converting JavaScript classes to external interfaces.

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Additionally, the Inspection Pack provides suggested workarounds for dealing with external interfaces. Assigning values ​​to immutable (non-modifiable) properties would only be possible after objects were created using js() Where jsObject() possible. However, as the plug-in suggests, this can be done by converting these properties to mutable properties using var bypasses.

The Kotlin / JS inspection pack also suggests using Boolean properties in external interfaces like nullable specify. that should help one more ClassCastException-Avoid errors because as long as these values ​​are in JavaScript null Where undefined Kotlin requires that they be explicitly specified.

The Kotlin / JS Inspection Pack is available from JetBrains and can be downloaded. It can be used with IntelliJ IDEA and Android Studio.

Additionally, JetBrains recommends reviewing the new Kotlin / JS IR backend read along with the Kotlin / JS Migration Guide to consider. Kotlin itself is currently available in version 1.5.30, Kotlin 1.6 is expected to appear in November.

More information about the Kotlin / JS Inspection Pack offers the JetBrains blog.


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What is International Programmers Day? 3 ways to celebrate this year https://mynyml.com/what-is-international-programmers-day-3-ways-to-celebrate-this-year/ https://mynyml.com/what-is-international-programmers-day-3-ways-to-celebrate-this-year/#respond Wed, 01 Sep 2021 03:49:00 +0000 https://mynyml.com/what-is-international-programmers-day-3-ways-to-celebrate-this-year/ International Programmers Day is approaching September 13, are you ready to celebrate? International days of celebration are a good way to recognize social issues, historic days and respective careers. International Programmers Day celebrates the role that programmers play in improving everyday life. The civilized world we live in is the product of the hard work […]]]>

International Programmers Day is approaching September 13, are you ready to celebrate?


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International days of celebration are a good way to recognize social issues, historic days and respective careers. International Programmers Day celebrates the role that programmers play in improving everyday life. The civilized world we live in is the product of the hard work of programmers.

Every piece of software you use exists because of the programmers, whether it’s the apps on your smart device or the efficiency of the technology around you that makes your life easier.

What is International Programmers Day?

The number 256 is a separate number for programmers. This number marks the 256th day of the year, which is International Programmer’s Day, known by some as “Programmer’s Day”.

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The number 256 was chosen because it is equivalent to one byte, a value well known to programmers. 256 is also the highest power of two which is less than 365, the number of days in a year.

How to celebrate programmer day

There are some cool ways to celebrate International Programmers Day. While recognizing that the day is a step in the right direction, there is so much more you can do. These 3 geeky ways to pay homage to programmers are not only great for the cause, but will also help you learn to code and even start a career in programming.

1. Find out about the programming

If you are new to this field, you might be wondering what coding is and how does it work?

For starters, the basic thing you need to know is that without coding, none of the electronic devices you use would work. Understanding how computers work is a good start on your programming journey.

2. Play coding games

You can find and play some of the best coding games to develop your programming skills. Playing games is a great way to develop your coding skills in a fun, pressure-free way. While games can often be overlooked, they can help you learn faster as you gain knowledge while you practice.

Related: 8 Apps To Help You Learn To Code For International Programmers Day

3. Sign up for free programming courses

The Internet is full of great sites for free online computer programming lessons. While coding games are a fun way to learn, it would be helpful if you enrolled in a programming course that will improve your skills if you are serious in the field. Computer programming is in demand and equipping yourself with the right skills is one of the best ways to make money through programming.

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Become a programmer

Maybe this year’s International Programmers Day sparked the desire to become a programmer in you. There are a plethora of tools and methods for becoming a bona fide programmer available to you.

As a beginner, you might not be sure which programming language to choose first. Java ranks among the most sought after programming languages ​​in the workforce and could be a great place to start. The best part? It is not as difficult as you might think.


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Saudi Arabia to unveil tech initiatives for programmers and entrepreneurs https://mynyml.com/saudi-arabia-to-unveil-tech-initiatives-for-programmers-and-entrepreneurs/ https://mynyml.com/saudi-arabia-to-unveil-tech-initiatives-for-programmers-and-entrepreneurs/#respond Tue, 24 Aug 2021 08:47:54 +0000 https://mynyml.com/saudi-arabia-to-unveil-tech-initiatives-for-programmers-and-entrepreneurs/ Saudi Arabia will launch some of the region’s biggest tech initiatives for programmers and entrepreneurs next week as it seeks to expand its digital economic base. The kingdom’s communications and information technology ministry will present the technology initiatives at a ceremony it is hosting next Wednesday, according to a report from the Saudi press agency. […]]]>

Saudi Arabia will launch some of the region’s biggest tech initiatives for programmers and entrepreneurs next week as it seeks to expand its digital economic base.

The kingdom’s communications and information technology ministry will present the technology initiatives at a ceremony it is hosting next Wednesday, according to a report from the Saudi press agency.

The Saudi Federation for Cybersecurity, Programming and Drones will also join the ministry’s initiative, as well as several local public and private entities, as well as international companies.

Participants will “seize the opportunities of the digital economy and serve technology communities in Saudi Arabia, the Middle East and North Africa,” the ministry said.

Saudi Arabia, OPEC’s leading oil exporter, is trying to develop its technological sector and boost its digital economy. The kingdom sees digital transformation as one of the central pillars of its Vision 2030 program, which aims to reduce its dependence on oil.

The kingdom is investing heavily in big projects like the futuristic $ 500 billion city, Neom. It is also building the Red Sea, Qidiya, and Waad Al Shamal developments, all of which are tech projects with smart city infrastructure.

Riyadh has increased spending on digitizing government services and opening up its tech sector to foreign investors as part of its economic diversification program.

The country’s communications ministry said the initiatives unveiled next week “will help strengthen the kingdom’s role as a regional tech hub bringing together innovators, programmers and entrepreneurs from various tech sectors.”

Saudi Arabia, the largest Arab economy, competes with other regional tech hubs such as the United Arab Emirates, which offer long-term visas to entrepreneurs and tech professionals around the world.

The UAE recently signed an agreement with a host of tech companies like Google and Amazon to train 100,000 programmers and coders over the next five years and create 1,000 digital businesses to boost their economy.

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Arts & Ideas and New Haven Symphony announce Labor Day lineup https://mynyml.com/arts-ideas-and-new-haven-symphony-announce-labor-day-lineup/ https://mynyml.com/arts-ideas-and-new-haven-symphony-announce-labor-day-lineup/#respond Sun, 22 Aug 2021 19:57:06 +0000 https://mynyml.com/arts-ideas-and-new-haven-symphony-announce-labor-day-lineup/ ARTS & IDEAS INVITES YOU TO CELEBRATE WORKERS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH NEW HAVEN SYMPHONY IN THE “ARTS FOR LABOR” WEEKEND PROGRAMMING SUITE WITH BRIAN STOKES MITCHELL, HAROLYN BLACKWELL, DURAND BERNARR, PACO GODOY AND KENNEDMINISATION, THE ADMINISATION Full Orchestra Return Announces Tribute to Frontline Workers with Brian Stokes Mitchell, Harolyn Blackwell; Sunday concert uplifts New Haven […]]]>

ARTS & IDEAS INVITES YOU TO CELEBRATE WORKERS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH NEW HAVEN SYMPHONY IN THE “ARTS FOR LABOR” WEEKEND PROGRAMMING SUITE WITH BRIAN STOKES MITCHELL, HAROLYN BLACKWELL, DURAND BERNARR, PACO GODOY AND KENNEDMINISATION, THE ADMINISATION

Full Orchestra Return Announces Tribute to Frontline Workers with Brian Stokes Mitchell, Harolyn Blackwell; Sunday concert uplifts New Haven talent including poetry, dance and song

The International Festival of Arts and Ideas unveils a series of Labor Day programs on New Haven Green. September 4 includes a concert with the New Haven Symphony Orchestra featuring soprano Harolyn Blackwell and Broadway legend Brian Stokes Mitchell, and the September 5 Sunday Vibe series will feature five hours of concerts featuring Connecticut artist Josh Brown , Darlene Kascak, Team Leggoo and Mulan Dance Ensemble. The concert will also feature Paco Godoy, the Kennedy administration and Durand Bernarr.

Festival General Manager Shelley Quiala is delighted to continue programming after the usual June Festival. “We are delighted to celebrate the joy, the imagination and the reconnection as we enter the 2021-2022 academic season.” She is especially excited to uplift the workers who carried our communities through the pandemic. “We are partnering with NHSO and their formidable guest artists to take a moment to recognize and honor this work, both over the past year and every year. And we look forward to welcoming artists and audiences – from Connecticut and beyond – green again. ”

Saturday 4 September • 6 p.m. Graduation ceremony • 7 p.m. Concert
Presented in partnership with the NHSO, this evening concert will feature Music Director Alasdair Neale who will lead the orchestra’s first full appearance since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Broadway Power Brian Stokes Mitchell and famed soprano Harolyn Blackwell will star on songs including The Impossible Dream, Feelin ‘Good, He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands, West Side Story’s “Somewhere”, “Wheels of a Dream “by Ragtime, and” It Ain’t Necessarily So “by Porgy & Bess.

Other highlights from the concert include excerpts from Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony No.5, Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring and Valerie Coleman’s Fanfare for Uncommon Times. The program will include guest performances by cellist Johnathan Moore and other guest instrumentalists to be announced. The concert will conclude with a citywide performance of Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing with the full audience as well as vocal ensembles and special guest soloists.

The evening will begin with a graduation ceremony for students who have completed the Arts & Ideas 2021 Scholarship Program and the Arts & Ideas Summer Intensive Program, honoring their hard work and achievements throughout the spring and summer. .

The Festival will also participate in the annual Black Lives Matter New Haven Backpack Drive to further support teachers and students for the 2021-2022 school year.

Sunday September 5 • 4 p.m.
Sunday Vibe, a five-hour concert featuring emerging artists from here and elsewhere, will be hosted by New Haven-based entrepreneur-salsera, Alisa Bowens-Mercado and Omaha-based spoken word poet, WithLove , Felicia, established artists from Connecticut and New Haven. So far for the event include poets Darlene Kascak and Josh Brown, dance groups Team Leggoo and Mulan Dance Ensemble. Coming from further afield, genre singer Durand Bernarr, R&B group the Kennedy Administration, and Ecuadorian accordionist, pianist and composer Paco Godoy and his band will end the evening.

The Festival’s programming and community impact director, Malakhi Eason, underlines the festive nature of the weekend. “We wanted to find a way to give back to the community outside of our normal June programming and in particular to honor populations who have been underserved and who have worked throughout the pandemic. Essential workers are everywhere, from schools to grocery stores to hospitals and restaurants. We pay homage to them through art, music, dance and poetry. ”

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APT and PBS to expand programming on PBS Passport https://mynyml.com/apt-and-pbs-to-expand-programming-on-pbs-passport/ https://mynyml.com/apt-and-pbs-to-expand-programming-on-pbs-passport/#respond Tue, 10 Aug 2021 22:29:33 +0000 https://mynyml.com/apt-and-pbs-to-expand-programming-on-pbs-passport/ BOSTON—American Public Television (APT) and PBS have announced that nearly 3,000 episodes of APT catalog content will be added to PBS Passport on PBS.org and the free PBS Video app. These episodes consist of stand-alone specials and seasons of long-running series. New episodes will be added in collections of 300 to 500 episodes each quarter […]]]>

BOSTON—American Public Television (APT) and PBS have announced that nearly 3,000 episodes of APT catalog content will be added to PBS Passport on PBS.org and the free PBS Video app.

These episodes consist of stand-alone specials and seasons of long-running series. New episodes will be added in collections of 300 to 500 episodes each quarter by APT over the next 18 months. The first release will take place on September 1, 2021.

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IIT Madras opens an application for an online data science program https://mynyml.com/iit-madras-opens-an-application-for-an-online-data-science-program/ https://mynyml.com/iit-madras-opens-an-application-for-an-online-data-science-program/#respond Mon, 09 Aug 2021 14:58:36 +0000 https://mynyml.com/iit-madras-opens-an-application-for-an-online-data-science-program/ IIT Madras launches application for online data science program New Delhi: The Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT Madras) has opened the application window for the online data science program. Students who have taken the class 12 exam and studied English and math in class 10 can apply online before August 30 on the institute’s […]]]>

IIT Madras launches application for online data science program

New Delhi:

The Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT Madras) has opened the application window for the online data science program. Students who have taken the class 12 exam and studied English and math in class 10 can apply online before August 30 on the institute’s official website – onlinedegree.iitm.ac.in. Courses in the online data science program will begin in September 2021.

This program, said an IIT Madras, provides a unique opportunity to study at the institute without having to go through the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE). Students can pursue the degree in Programming and Data Science with their on-campus courses.





The UG Online program is offered in three different stages: Core Program, Diploma Program, and Diploma Program. Students can exit the program at any time and receive a certificate, diploma or diploma respectively from IIT Madras.

As part of the application process, all applicants will go through a qualification process, during which IIT Madras offers four weeks of online training via video lectures, homework and live interactions with course instructors. After completing the online homework, students can take the qualifying exam. Learners who pass the qualifying exam will be offered entry to the basic level.

IIT Madras will also provide scholarships of up to 75 percent of tuition fees to support students from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Highlighting the unique aspects of this program, Professor Andrew Thangaraj, Professor in charge of the Data Science Program, IIT Madras, said: “One can have a career in programming and data science with this degree from IIT Madras . The first batch completes Foundation level in August 2021 and convocation is being planned. “

In addition, Professor Andrew Thangaraj said: “With this program, IIT Madras offers a learning opportunity of the highest quality to a very large number of learners, without compromising the rigor of the process. The combination of online courses and proctored in-person exams achieves this.

A total of 7,116 learners joined the first batch of the basic level after completing the qualification process. Students through regular entry can join the Diploma level after completing the Basic level. At the degree level, students can either do a programming degree or a data science degree or both.

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