NOW HIRING 10 New Job Openings In Wilmington

NOW HIRING 10 New Job Openings In Wilmington

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below are some of the newest job openings in Wilmington:Part-Time Girls Freshman Volleyball Coach at Wilmington High SchoolFull-Time Reading Specialist (Long-Term Substitute) at Wilmington Middle SchoolFull-Time Special Education Teacher (Long-Term Substitute) at Wilmington Middle SchoolFull-Time Technology Education/STEM Teacher (Long-Term Substitute) at Wilmington Middle SchoolFull-Time Marketing Operations Specialist at SOVOS ComplinaceFull-Time Marketing Operations Manager at SOVOS ComplianceFull-Time Deployment Specialist at Locus RoboticsFull-Time Product Marketing Manager at Locus RoboticsFull-Time Solar Outreach Representative at TSEFull-Time Direct Solar Sales Consultant at TSE(NOTE: Wilmington businesses — Feel free to send me your job postings at wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedNOW HIRING: 10 Job Openings In WilmingtonIn “Business”NOW HIRING: 10 New Job Openings In WilmingtonIn “Business”NOW HIRING: 60 New Job Openings In Wilmington (Week of July 21, 2019)In “Business”last_img read more

Quader assures BNP of fair UZ polls

Quader assures BNP of fair UZ polls

first_imgRoad, transport and bridges minister Obaidul Quader. File PhotoAwami League general secretary Obaidul Quader on Monday urged BNP to reconsider its decision to boycott the upazila parishad election.|”I don’t know whether it is their (BNP’s) final decision,” he said at his office in Dhaka when reporters sought his reaction about BNP’s decision to refrain from contesting the polls.The upazila parishad election is scheduled to be held in March.”Their participation would have made the polls competitive,” Quader said. “The government will provide all assistance to organise an acceptable election. But it (polls participation) is up to them (BNP).”Responding to a question about holding parliament session without BNP, he said the party was keeping itself away. “Do we have to force them if they don’t come?” he asked.The ruling Awami League formed the government for a third consecutive term after winning the 30 December election with an overwhelming majority.Quader appreciated the decision of two Gano Forum MPs to take oath, saying that it was an affirmative step.He said prime minister Sheikh Hasina had invited all political parties on 2 February to a tea party where discussions can take place. He criticised Oikya Front for declining to attend the event.”We had dialogues with them twice before the polls. There could have been talks had they decided to come but their reaction was an outburst of negative political practice,” Quader added.last_img read more

Forest Dept imposes Rs 5 lakh fine on NCERT for cutting of

Forest Dept imposes Rs 5 lakh fine on NCERT for cutting of

first_imgNew Delhi: A fine of over Rs 5 lakh has been imposed on the NCERT for heavily pruning 33 trees and cutting five without permission from the Forest Department of Delhi government inside its campus on Aurobindo road here, an official said on Monday.Acting on a complaint from an NGO on August 7, a team of forest rangers visited the campus of the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) and found that five trees were cut and 33 heavily pruned, the Forest Department official said. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeUnder the Delhi Preservation of Trees Act, permission from authorities is required for cutting and even pruning of trees.The official said the NCERT campus had applied for permission to cut and prune trees, but before the Forest Department could take a look into the application, the trees were pruned and some cut.A report was submitted on August 8 by the forest rangers who visited the spot and a decision has been taken to impose a fine of over Rs 5 lakh on the NCERT registrar for the cutting of trees, the official said, adding that the case has been compounded. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedComplainant Verhaen Khanna said the fine should be a lesson for everyone and it would have cost way less if the authorities concerned had just waited for grant of permission from the Forest Department.”A whole row of trees along the fence were heavily pruned and there were eucalyptus and semal trees among the ones that were chopped,” he said.The NCERT has, however, claimed that the trees were cut under the “occupation” of the National Institute of Educational Planning and Administration which is a separate entity. A few days ago, the Department had issued a penalty of Rs 60,000 on the Central Public Works Department (CPWD) after trees in south Delhi’s Thyagraj Nagar were found to be in poor condition, while one was also found to be uprooted.The fine was imposed recently after a site inspection had taken place at both Thyagraj Nagar and Netaji Nagar, where the proposed redevelopment project is planned to take place, with both construction sites found to be dumping debris around the trees.last_img read more

Hindu Hostel finally opens doors to eagerly waiting students

Hindu Hostel finally opens doors to eagerly waiting students

first_imgKolkata: The long awaited Hindu Hostel is finally ready for occupancy. A special secretary of the Education department visited the hostel on Monday morning and the necessary certificates that include occupancy, gas connection and fire, were issued.Earlier, state Education minister Partha Chatterjee had told the Assembly on Thursday that steps had been taken to open the hostel on Monday. It may be mentioned that due to agitation of the students protesting against the inordinate delay in handing over the hostel, the convocation was held at Nandan and not in the Presidency University premises. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeProfessor Anuradha Lohia, vice-chancellor of Presidency University, thanked all agencies engaged in the renovation of the century-old hostel. The boarders were temporarily put up at a hostel in Rajarhat. Partha Ranjan Das was the architect and renovation work had started three years ago. Eden Hindu Hostel was constructed in 1886 and was meant for the students of Presidency College, who came to the city from the districts. The building was built with the funds raised by Ashley Eden and the architect was W B Gwyther, while Rai Khetter Chundra Banerjee was the contractor. Now, the hostel has been thrown open to Muslim students as well. There are six blocks in the building. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedThe building, which had not been repaired for ages, has now been given a thoroughly new look. The old ovens have been replaced by gas ovens. The roof of the hostel, which had been badly damaged, has been repaired as well. The hostel plays an important role in Bengal’s history. The alumni includes India’s first President Rajendra Prasad, Meghnad Saha, Sukhamoy Chakraborty and Rathin Sengupta. Many meritorious students who hailed from erstwhile East Bengal, came to study at Presidency College and used to stay at the hostel. It was here that Subhas Chandra Bose, a former student of Presidency College, had picked up a quarrel with Professor Otten and was expelled from the institution.last_img read more

Nvidia Tesla V100 GPUs publicly available in beta on Google Compute Engine

Nvidia Tesla V100 GPUs publicly available in beta on Google Compute Engine

first_imgNvidia Tesla V100 GPUs are now publicly available in beta on Google Compute Engine and Kubernetes Engine. Also, Nvidia Tesla P100 GPUs are now generally available. Nvidia Tesla V100 GPU is almost equal to 100 CPUs. This gives customers more power to handle computationally demanding applications, like machine learning, analytics, and video processing. One can select as many as eight NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs, 96 vCPU and 624GB of system memory in a single VM, receiving up to 1 petaflop of mixed precision hardware acceleration performance. NVIDIA V100s are available immediately in the following regions: us-west1, us-central1 and europe-west4. Each V100 GPU is priced as low as $2.48 per hour for on-demand VMs and $1.24 per hour for Preemptible VMs. Making Nvidia Tesla V100 available on the compute engine is part of Google’s GPU expansion strategy. Similar to Google GPUs, the V100 is also billed by the second and Sustained Use Discounts apply. NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPU, on the other hand is a good fit if one wants a balance between price and performance. One can select up to four P100 GPUs, 96 vCPUs and 624GB of memory per virtual machine. The P100 is also now available in europe-west4 (Netherlands) in addition to us-west1, us-central1, us-east1, europe-west1 and asia-east1. * Maximum vCPU count and system memory limit on the instance might be smaller depending on the zone or the number of GPUs selected. ** GPU prices listed as hourly rate, per GPU attached to a VM that are billed by the second. Pricing for attaching GPUs to preemptible VMs is different from pricing for attaching GPUs to non-preemptible VMs. Prices listed are for US regions. Prices for other regions may be different. Additional Sustained Use Discounts of up to 30% apply to GPU on-demand usage only. Google Cloud makes managing GPU workloads easy for both VMs and containers by providing, Google Compute Engine where customers can use instance templates and managed instance groups to easily create and scale GPU infrastructure. NVIDIA V100s and other GPU offerings in Kubernetes Engine, where Cluster Autoscaler helps provide flexibility by automatically creating nodes with GPUs, and scaling them down to zero when they are no longer in use. Preemptible GPUs for both Compute Engine managed instance groups and Kubernetes Engine’s Autoscaler optimizes the costs while simplifying infrastructure operations. Read more about both the GPUs in detail on the Google Research Blog and benefits of each on Nvidia V100 and Nvidia P100 blog post. Read Next Google announce the largest overhaul of their Cloud Speech-to-Text Google’s kaniko – An open-source build tool for Docker Images in Kubernetes, without a root access How machine learning as a service is transforming cloudlast_img read more

As the ink dries on their Air Berlin deal Lufthansa now eyes

As the ink dries on their Air Berlin deal Lufthansa now eyes

first_img Posted by Travelweek Group Tags: Air Berlin, Alitalia, Lufthansa As the ink dries on their Air Berlin deal, Lufthansa now eyes Alitalia << Previous PostNext Post >>center_img MILAN — The Italian daily Corriere della Sera says Lufthansa is preparing a 500 million-euro ($590 million) bid for large parts of bankrupt Italian carrier Alitalia, including the fleet, pilots, air crew and air slots.Alitalia, which declared bankruptcy in May, faces a Monday deadline for binding offers.Citing three unidentified sources, Corriere said that Lufthansa’s plan calls for cutting 6,000 jobs and reducing the airline’s short- and medium-haul routes, which have suffered under the pressure from low-cost airlines. Alitalia declined comment.Lufthansa recently reached a deal to buy parts of the bankrupt carrier Air Berlin. Both Air Berlin and Alitalia have been controlled by Gulf airline Etihad, which has ceased financing.The Italian government has offered bridge loans, including a new 300-million-euro extension, to keep the airline operating. Monday, October 16, 2017 Sharelast_img read more

The inexorable rise of subscription videoondeman

The inexorable rise of subscription videoondeman

first_imgThe inexorable rise of subscription video-on-demand and the concomitant decline of advertising-based broadcasting is a well-established – and sometimes hotly contested – trend in the media distribution world.Drew Marcus (centre) and Steve Pruett (right) at the NAB ShowThe impact of streaming services on traditional video consumption patterns has been most strongly felt in the US. While over-the-air TV has seen uplift from cord-cutting – as Millennials combine streaming services with good old free TV rather than pay huge cable bills – the bigger story is that changing viewing habits are hitting traditional media.Broadcasters are not standing still. At the NAB Show this week, Steve Pruett, EVP and chief TV development officer at US local broadcast giant Sinclair said that his group could look to develop its own virtual MVPD platform and ultimately develop a wider SVOD offering to counter emerging challenges to over-the-air broadcasting.Sinclair, which has been building a national platform from which to launch new services, already offers a subscription service around The Tennis Channel. However, the rise of streaming outfits such as DISH Networks’ Sling TV has given traditional players such as Sinclair an outline of how the ‘skinny bundle’ model could be shaped to serve broadcasters’ interests.Speaking alongside Pruett, Drew Marcus, senior advisor at Guggenheim Securities, provided the context: he said that TV station stocks in the US were down 21% this year so far. Entertainment stocks in general were flat, he said. However, broadcast stations were only trading at only 5.7 times free cash-flow, indicating that public markets are concerned about their future.Subscriptions and direct-to-consumer plays are of course more complex than advertising-supported TV because they involve a direct relationship with consumers who will blame the broadcaster if something they are paying for isn’t working properly or if a cancellation of the service isn’t properly processed.Pay TV broadcasters already know about the subscription model, but those with sufficient scale are diversifying into low-cost direct-to-consumer offerings, meaning they too need to manage a direct relationship. Disney this week took the plunge with its launch of ESPN+, its new OTT TV service launched alongside a new version of the ESPN app.ESPN has of course invested heavily in the technology platform necessary to support its digital offerings through its investment in BAMTech. Other would-be OTT TV entrants among players that traditionally have focused either on advertising, or on selling channels to affiliates, may find the direct relationship more challenging.They are also pitching their tents in the OTT camp at a time when growth in penetration of SVOD is slowing down. Also this week, Ampere Analysis published research that showed no overall penetration increase of SVOD in the US for four consecutive quarters.The Ampere research did however find that there is still opportunity for growth through ‘service stacking’ – the accumulation of multiple, relatively low-cost subscriptions by individual households – as well as room for growth in international markets beyond the US.According to Ampere, the number of subscriptions per SVOD home the US stands at 2.79, much higher than the nearest European rival Sweden.While even that US number still leaves room for growth, winning a place on a household’s subscription list will prove more challenging the greater the number of services there is to choose from. Netflix and a handful of other services have the marketing power to be perceived as ‘must-have’ offerings, but services with more marginal appeal are likely to struggle, even if the price point is relatively low. The pay-back threshold could of course be lowered if broadcasters outsource the technical and subscriber management aspects of direct-to-consumer, but they still need to license content in a window that makes sense, or make their own content and potentially forego revenues from selling it on to third-party licensees.It’s also worth remembering that while one of the big merits of traditional pay TV was that it delivered predictable cash-flow through recurring subscription revenue, that ‘recurring’ part is a whole lot less certain in the OTT TV world. Here, subscriptions can typically be cancelled after a month, rather than after 18 months or two years, and service providers are competing for eyeballs with multiple other providers, rather than one or two alternative pay TV providers.Which is one reason why, to paraphrase Mark Twain, reports of broadcast’s death may be greatly exaggerated. Another speaker at the NAB Show, Lionsgate chairman Kevin Beggs, made the point that broadcast remains “an amazing business” and that, for most of the shows that studios produce, “the broadcast model is the most lucrative”.if that is true for a studio producing primarily scripted content in the self-proclaimed golden age of drama, it is probably also true for broadcasters themselves. Broadcasters know they need to diversify. They know that consumption patterns are changing. But they are unlikely to put all their eggs in the SVOD basket.last_img read more