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Python is a high-level scripting language. It is easy to learn and powerful than other languages because of its dynamic nature and simple syntax which allow small lines of code. Included indentation and object-oriented functional programming make it simple. Such advantages of Python makes it different from other languages and that’s why Python is preferred for development in companies mostly. In industries, machine learning using python has become popular. This is because it has standard libraries which are used for scientific and numerical calculations. Also, it can be operated on Linux, Windows, Mac OS and UNIX. Students who want to make future in Python are joining online video training courses and python programming tutorial.

Features of Python: A question to arise is why machine learning using python is preferred over other languages? This is because Python has some features over other programming languages. Here are some basic features of … Read More

Service Software Dreaming

May 1, 2020 | software | No Comments

We are all amassed and amazed in/by technology, as we know it…virtual wired, virtual here or there, virtual wireless, virtual…mobile! When was the last time that you visited/took advantage of the convenience of Pay-Pal, the ATM, the Kiosk, online financials, for example., banking, or HR services – The Submittal of Cvl/Resume(s)?

What about the “Digital Divide”, “Digital Age Dilemma” – where too many citizens are at a loss of access to the world of digitization? Did a robot take your job? Did a computer application make you obsolete? Data Mining, is it alive and well? Is it/was it a dream to wake up and go to work and receive a pink, blue, brown, or/and purple colored separation notice that was dated yesterday and effective now?

It has to be a damned dream! Yeah, I’m dreaming! I wonder…do robots dream?

It all started with the Ethernet, WAN, LAN, and Virtuality – … Read More

gadget – AOL Video Search Results

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website – AOL Video Search Results

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Search engine optimization – Wikipedia

May 1, 2020 | seo | No Comments

Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of increasing the quality and quantity of website traffic by increasing the visibility of a website or a web page to users of a web search engine.[1] SEO refers to the improvement of unpaid results (known as “natural” or “organic” results) and excludes direct traffic and the purchase of paid placement. Additionally, it may target different kinds of searches, including image search, video search, academic search,[2] news search, and industry-specific vertical search engines. Promoting a site to increase the number of backlinks, or inbound links, is another SEO tactic. By May 2015, mobile search had surpassed desktop search.[3]

As an Internet marketing strategy, SEO considers how search engines work, the computer-programmed algorithms that dictate search engine behavior, what people search for, the actual search terms or keywords typed into search engines, and which search engines are preferred by

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Los Angeles, California is famous for Hollywood, it’s pleasant Mediterranean climate, and for being the second-most populous city in the United States, but soon it may also be famous for making broadband a city utility.

Right now, the city owns a network of fiber optic cables that run through almost every neighborhood but hasn’t tapped into that network’s full potential. Could LA become one of the first cities with 100% fiber coverage and gigabit speeds for all? Only time will tell! For now, the internet providers in Los Angeles deliver speeds of about 37 Mbps, which is somewhat slower than the national average.

The Technology Used by Internet Providers in Los Angeles

The internet providers in Los Angeles deliver different types of broadband signals to customers in different neighborhoods. Discrepancies in availability are typically due to the existence (or non-existence) of specific types of infrastructure. While most residents and

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Applying Technology in Hiring

May 1, 2020 | technology | No Comments

Human contact, whether through professional networking, social connections, or by earned reputation still matters significantly and should in no way be minimized when describing the recruitment and hiring process. If anything, it’s paramount. However, another very important track to cover when developing one’s career is the one driven by existing and emerging technologies meant to streamline and optimize the employment process.

Today this ranges from online job boards advertising positions, to Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) that parse resumes for HR and recruiters, and now Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning tools, designed to assess the employability of candidates. How to advantageously position yourself for these digital aides and gatekeepers needs to be a key component of a well-planned career growth strategy. Let’s take a current look at each of these technical features.

Online job boards are not very new, in short supply, or complicated. They are little more than interactive … Read More

Common Sections for Your Website

May 1, 2020 | website | No Comments

I’ve focused in the past on some individual sections of your website that you should consider implementing. What I’m going to do now is give a brief overview of a number of pages and sections that are common in websites.

  • Home Page
    This page should have a short descriptive paragraph or two, along with some sort of bulleted list that a website visitor can look at and very quickly get an idea of what the site is about. This could also be called Main or Welcome, among other things.
  • About Us
    This page gives an overview about the company. If the staff is fairly small, staff information can be included on this page as well. In the case of one staff member, this page may be called About Me. It may also be known as About the Company, Company History or simply History.
  • Projects
    This is a page to list
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No matter what expert you’ve hired or how much money you’ve spent, there’s no other barometer that means more to a successful search engine marketing strategy than how many conversions and return on investment comes from your search campaign.

No matter what the service being offered – organic SEO or paid search (or a combination of both) search engine marketers are tasked with not only driving qualified traffic to your website, but also to offer website conversion optimization consultation to help increase the likelihood of a sale or other type of conversion for their clients’ websites.

Realizing the conversion potential of your website relies on many factors such as the attractiveness of the website, the content on the site, and the ease of navigation for users who visit the site. Below I identify five conversion optimization tips that help turn simple website visitors into conversions.

Evaluate Your Competition

First, identify … Read More

The speed of light is approximately 300,000 kilometers per second, Did you know electrons that give use electricity also travel very close to this speed. The information travelling on the internet also travels close to this speed. The information or modulated electrons, travel somewhere around 60% of the speed of light in most conductors.

WiFi signals, which travel mostly through the air, travel much closer to the speed of light than electrons moving through copper wire. These signals can travel at the maximum recorded speed of light in a vacuum, which is approximately 185,000 miles per second.

Certain calculations show that electrons can travel through a conductor at 90 % of the speed of light. Imagine how fast these particles could travel in a vacuum. To get them to travel faster you need to apply a lot more energy. This is because the electron gets a lot more heavier, as … Read More