Google introduces online coding course to train workers
Google has introduced a new "Google IT Automation with Python Professional Certificate" a program which is designed to provide job-ready skills in Python, Git and IT automation within six months. The program includes a final project where learners will use their new skills to solve a problem they might encounter on the job.
Slump to hit increments but hot skills to command a premium
“The skill differentiation and the performance differentiation will be almost equ...
View: Monty Python and the unholy fail of Jet Airways
Jet, as Monty Python might have observed, isn’t exactly a Norwegian blue. It's a dead p...
Tesla to get a funky twist; goat bleats, farting sounds to be used as horns
Elon Musk confirmed the news on Twitter.
How to engineer a self-driving car
A short guide to making the inanimate animate.
Industry scouts for full-stack developers
Being a full-stack developer means being a master of the web, and so naturally entails quite a bit of hard work.
Tech companies go for edtech tie-ups to get that ready workforce
Companies are tying up with edtech partners to have a ready-trained workforce they can deploy on projects.
Key to success in data science: Domain expertise
A passion for data is a prerequisite to pursue a career in data science — datasets should instantly inspire you to infer, analyse and visualise information.
We’re betting on unconventional talent to help Genpact grow: CEO
The people were chosen not for existing experience or current knowledge but for risk-taking abilities.
Agusta files: When Paris confronted Munich for ‘appointing the family’ on its own
As per available information, sleuths are probing the involvement of Michel and his accomplices acting as middlemen to influence defence deals besides the VVIP chopper deal.
180 Indians graduate in Python programming every week: Coursera professor
Both technology products and services companies have started tweaking their hiring processes to give opportunities to science and other graduates.
All about 'old' IT skills: Why Indian techies don't need to panic just yet
Experts say demand for 'old' IT skills that techies have here are unlikely to wither away anytime soon.
British Comedy Awards: Jack Whitehall wins best comedy performer award for third time in a row
The 26-year-old star won this award to beat stars such as Lee Mack and Graham Norton, reported BBC.
Programming language Python yet to find place in teaching curriculum in India despite its popularity
Companies like Infosys and TCS prefer proprietary languages like Java or dot NET and most students think of these as an option in college.
Cannes Film Festival kicks off with legal dispute over Terry Gilliam's 'The Man Who Killed Don Quixote'
Portuguese producer Paulo Branco claims he has the rights to the movie and has sued the organisers.
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