Seattle Station KIRO 7 Embeds CareerBuilder Job Search on Website to Help Job Seekers Find Work Faster

SEATTLE, Dec. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — HR tech leader CareerBuilder and Seattle news station KIRO 7 are teaming up to spread awareness of local job openings, so that people who have lost work due to COVID-19 can find in-demand jobs in their area. KIRO 7 has embedded CareerBuilder’s job search on their website, and it is promoting the feature during its televised broadcast, calling viewers’ attention to the industries hiring right now and the postings available on CareerBuilder.  

“Early in the COVID-19 pandemic, KIRO 7 made a commitment to our viewers; in every newscast, we provide important and useful information on jobs and the economy,” said vice president and general manager of KIRO 7 Pat Nevin. “As Western Washington continues in our economic recovery, we will keep reporting on these vital issues. We are proud to partner with CareerBuilder to help inform our community of the hundreds

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MIT computer system generates the right robot for the job

The RoboGrammar computer system, developed at MIT, can generate hundreds of thousands of robot designs to tackle particular terrain (Credit: Courtesy of the researchers)

Choosing the right shape is vital for a robot’s ability to traverse a particular terrain, but it is impossible to build and test every potential form. Now, however, an MIT system could solve that problem by simulating designs and working out which is the best fit.

The computer system, known as RoboGrammar, was developed by a team led by Allan Zhao at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

First, the user tells the system what parts are available, such as wheels and joints, before telling it what terrain the robot needs to navigate. RoboGrammar does the rest, generating an optimised structure and control programme for the robot.

The advance could inject computer-aided creativity into the field, a research announcement claimed.

“Robot design is

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Joe Biden’s Team Hid A Job Advert Within The Source Code Of Their Transition Website

President-elect Joe Biden’s team has hidden a secret job advert within the source code of their website, which has now been found by Internet sleuths.

Hiding fun easter eggs in the back-end of websites is almost as old as html itself. Job adverts have been hidden within code on sites for any developer to see, completely hidden from the average user so uncurious they’ve probably never even tried out the inspect element tool, except that one time when they did it accidentally, panicked, and immediately called IT.

Some cool ones in the past have been by Apple and The Guardian.

In a recent hidden easter egg, Google hid a text adventure game within Chrome’s development console. No stranger to hiding fun games to play around with (it once hid a version of Mario Kart within Google Maps), the tech giant hid the new retro adventure within a specific

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Biden Team Hides Secret Job Advert in Source Code of Presidential Transition Website

President-elect Joe Biden’s team has hidden a job advert in the source code of its transition website, as it begins the process of attempting to staff its new administration.

Joe Biden wearing a suit and tie: President-elect Joe Biden at the Queen Theatre on November 24, 2020 in Wilmington, Delaware.

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President-elect Joe Biden at the Queen Theatre on November 24, 2020 in Wilmington, Delaware.

The secret advert was spotted by “The Jester,” an anonymous “hacktivist” who was listed by Time magazine as one of the most influential people on the internet in 2015.

“NICE!!! In the rendered source code of president-elect @joebiden’s website,” the Jester wrote in a Twitter post highlighting the section of code that contains the advert.

“This harkens back to the likes of the UK’s MI5 and MI6 who I believe used to recruit the type of people they were looking for by publishing obscure crossword and puzzle competitions in newspapers,” the hacktivist said.

Tech journalist Neal Ungerleider suggested in a

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Pumpkin Pie Taster Job Comes With $500 Paycheck

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Even though Black Friday is still a few days away, Amazon is offering early deals on kitchen appliances, tech, video games, and plenty more. We will keep updating this page as sales come in, but for now, here are the best Amazon Black Friday sales to check out.


– Instant Pot Duo Plus 9-in-115 Quart Electric Pressure Cooker; $90 (save $40) 

– Le Creuset Enameled Cast Iron Signature Sauteuse 3.5 Quarts; $180 (save $120)

– KitchenAid KSMSFTA Sifter with Scale Attachment; $95 (save $75) 

– Keurig K-Mini Coffee Maker; $60 (save $20)

– Cuisinart Bread Maker; $88 (save $97)

– Anova Culinary Sous Vide Precision Cooker; $139 (save $60)

– Aicook Juicer Machine; $35 (save $15)

– JoyJolt Double Wall Insulated Espresso Mugs – Set of

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Naukri says software, hardware job listings in India on the rise

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The Covid-19 pandemic has been a blessing in disguise for the Indian IT industry.

With businesses going virtual, demand for IT services has shot up, which has led to an uptick in hiring for hardware and software professionals, according to jobs portal “The IT-sector remains one of the least impacted sectors in terms of hiring from the global pandemic,” said in a report released on Nov. 19.

The sector saw upward month-over-month recovery for job listings on, peaking in September for both hardware (63%) and software roles (20%).

Gallery: 26 Highest-Paying Jobs That Let You Work From Home (GOBankingRates)

In September, India’s overall unemployment was around 6.67%, and it rose to 6.98% in October. Hiring sentiment in the country is the lowest it has been in 15 years with just 3% of the firms in Manpower Group’s recent survey looking to take on

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Programming club preps students as job candidates in competitive market | UTSA Today | UTSA

Programming club preps students as job candidates in competitive market

NOVEMBER 17, 2020 — A UTSA club is preparing students to contend for jobs in the competitive tech industry.

The International Collegiate Programming Contest club is part of UTSA’s Association for Computing Machinery chapter. The International Collegiate Programming Contest is a global programming competition. Thousands of three-person teams compete by solving anywhere from eight to 12 algorithm problems of varying difficulty.

Students in the programming contest club gain experience in all fields of technology and computing during regular meetings and ICPC competitions.

In November the club hosted the first UTSA-only programming contest. Seven teams solved as many algorithm and data structure problems as they could during an intense two-hour competition. Team iterators, a mix of computer engineering and computer science students, won first place. 

“It’s a great way to involve different departments that all have a shared interest in using code to solve problems.”

“Our plan is to have a

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Alek Minassian’s father testifies in van attack trial his son was about to start a good computer job

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He paused in his testimony as he became emotional.

He said he watched video of his son pulling his hand out of his pocket and pointing it at police, pretending he had a gun.

“I was in a state of shock,” he said. “How is this even possible?”

He testified there was no hint of his son being capable of it.

“I’ve seen no history of violence. He is, if anything, he’s always been characterized as a gentle person.”

Minassian’s father said his son had problems from a young age because of odd behaviours. He was in a special education program throughout his schooling. In some subjects, such as math, he was ahead of his peers but in other he was far behind.

Social interaction, he said, “was one of the greatest challenges he had.” He did not recognize facial expressions that reveal other’s emotional state, such

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Publish Job and Training Data Directly Onto Your Website Using CareerOneStop’s APIs

ST. PAUL, Minn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CareerOneStop offers a wide range of career, employment, and education data through our application programming interface (API) services, which provide quality-controlled datasets to simply and seamlessly integrate information into other websites.

What are API Services?

API services are a way to exchange data and information seamlessly between websites enabling secure, standardized exchanges between different software applications. Data is requested and delivered via the internet. API customers have complete control over what and how information is displayed on their own websites to their customers.

Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration, CareerOneStop provides API services at no cost that enable data users to:

  • Get access to a wide range of quality-controlled datasets. Available data ranges from occupation details such as wages and certifications to services that provide the ability to create your own Skills Matcher tool. CareerOneStop does the work of collecting,
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3 Best Programming Language To Learn And Secure A Job

It’s no secret that mastering a programming language is a ticket to success in a fast-paced digital world. Without them, we wouldn’t have the application software and internet browsers we need for work, entertainment and everything in between. So yes, the demand is absolutely high and the good news is that you don’t need to finish a four-year IT course to be good at coding.  

To learn a particular programming language, you’ll need to enroll in online platforms that can help you learn the skills needed for future jobs. Among these platforms is Simpliv. Simpliv offers over 4,000 recorded quality courses and bundles from experts around the world that can be learned anytime at your own pace. These include programming language courses that can boost your likelihood of getting hired by Facebook, Google, Microsoft, JP Morgan and other top corporations.

Undecided so far? Then here are the top 3 programming

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