Blog This is a guest blog by Pete Baxter, vice president and head of Autodesk UK. The lack of STEM skills in the UK is a topic that is continuing to make new headlines. Just recently the Labour party took to social media stating that by 2020 the UK will need 780,000 trained engineering professionals in...
Blog This is a guest blog by Rachel Hodgson, 19, higher apprentice, CFS finance at Fujitsu UK & Ireland I started my apprenticeship with Fujitsu in September 2013, after completing my A-levels in Accountancy, Maths and Economics in May 2013. I applied to become an apprentice as I wanted to tr...
Blog This is a guest blog by Phil Dunmore, head of consulting UK at Cognizant. Over the last few years there has been a lot of interest in Maker Faires in the US and the Maker Movement. Many have heralded the Maker Movement as bringing about the third industrial revolution by creating a community of...
Blog How do you get girls fired up about a subject that they consider masculine and geeky? Get them competing in a 'Robot Wars' style battle, explains Ian Jenkins, head of design & technology (D&T) at East Barnet School. "I used to want to be a dancer, now I want to be an engineer," profe...
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Discussion How to code an SQL UPDATE on AS/400 with mathematical functions is explained by Kent Milligan.
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Discussion Graph databases, based on mathematics known for three centuries, are starting to yield value for businesses beyond Facebook and Twitter
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Discussion Hard-drive encryption is a technology that encrypts the data stored on a hard drive using sophisticated mathematical functions... (Continued)
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Discussion Gesture recognition is the mathematical interpretation of a human motion by a computing device. In personal computing, gestures are most often used for input commands.
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Discussion A mathematical programming concept that dates back a decade before the worlds first electronic computer is proving itself in the era of web-scale computing
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Discussion Idempotence, in programming and mathematics, is a property of some operations such that no matter how many times you execute them, you achieve the same result.
Discussion A graphics processing unit (GPU) is a computer chip that performs rapid mathematical calculations, primarily for the purpose of rendering images.