26 March, 2019

Infosys Campus Connect Daily K10 : 2019/059


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Please find below links for the information related to latest technology and trends. This could help your faculty members and/or your college students.

Tech News for the Day
With Windows Virtual Desktop, you can deploy and scale your Windows desktops and apps on Azure in minutes and enjoy built-in security.
Researchers from Microsoft and the University of Washington have demonstrated the first fully automated system to store and retrieve data in manufactured DNA.
Storage is possibly the least exciting part of computing, but it's oh so essential. After all, those who do not "Rekall" the past are doomed to recompute it.

Programmer News for the Day
The C++ language opens extensive opportunities to go without macros. So let’s try to use macros as seldom as possible!
JupyterLab as a kind of web-based Integrated Development Environment that you an use to to work with Jupyter Notebooks as well as using terminals, text editors and code consoles.
A simple article on two types of design patterns for Python.

Word for the Day
acme noun
ac· me | \ ˈak-mē  \
: the highest point or stage
His fame was at its acme.

Puzzle for the Day
Anagram for the Day

What’s next Puzzle

What comes next in this sequence:

elgnairt, erauqs, nogatnep, nogaxeh, nogatpeh, ___________

Solution (Previous Puzzle):

29.

The first ten prime numbers are: 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29.

An anagram is a word made by using letters of another word in a different order.
Example: shot à host

Find the anagram for the following:

Sharp
Shock
Shoes

Solution (Previous):
SCARE : ACRES, CARES
SCENT : CENTS
SHALL : HALLS

Innovation of the Day
In 1845, a patent was awarded for an adhesive medicated plaster (No. 3,965), predating the "Band-Aid." Drs. Horace Harrell and William H. Shecut developed a process in which rubber is dissolved in a solvent then spread on fabric.
In 1872, Thomas J. Martin was awarded a patent for the fire extinguisher.
  Vulcan
In 1895, a patent was issued for a "railroad car for passing" invented by Henry Simmons (No. 538,366)

Video for the Day
Podcast for the Day
If you ever find yourself stranded in the snowy Arctic (or bored in Minecraft), you’re gonna need to know how to build an igloo. But how can building a house made of ice keep you warm? It's Okay To Be Smart explains.
We often think about Charles Darwin as the man who developed ideas about evolution but another man discovered the ideas 27 years before him. Rob and Neil tell us about Patrick Matthew and the reasons why he is not as famous - whilst teaching some related vocabulary.

Idiom for the Day
Adam’s ale
a joking way to refer to a glass of water
My children never have any sugary beverages. They are quite happy drinking some Adam’s ale.

Quote for the Day
Fulton J. Sheen க்கான பட முடிவு

“Patience is power. Patience is not an absence of action; rather it is “timing” it waits on the right time to act, for the right principles and in the right way.”

Fulton J. Sheen

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22 March, 2019

Infosys Campus Connect Daily K10 : 2019/057

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Dear Professor,

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1.       Business English
2.       Business Communication
3.       Programming Fundamentals using Python
4.       OOP using Python
5.       Data Structures & Algorithms using Python
6.       Learning DBMS and SQL
7.       Big Data
8.       NoSQL Databases
9.       Artificial Intelligence
10.   Cloud Computing
11.   Cyber Security


Please find below links for the information related to latest technology and trends. This could help your faculty members and/or your college students.

Tech News for the Day
Blast released 10 times more energy than the atom bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945
A new computer program that spots when information in a quantum computer is escaping to unwanted states will give users of this promising technology the ability to check its reliability without any technical knowledge for the first time.
Today at Nvidia GTC 2019, the company unveiled a stunning image creator. Using generative adversarial networks, users of the software are with just a few clicks able to sketch images that are nearly photorealistic.

Programmer News for the Day
Java SE 12 is here and even though it’s not an LTS release, it definitely brings some important features to the table.
A discussion of why Spark is such a great framework for big data projects, showing off a little sample code to help explain.
Healthcare generates a lot of data, but most of it isn't available to those generating the data: patients. Learn how one team is using blockchain to address this issue.

Word for the Day
enervate adjective | verb
ener· vate | \ i-ˈnər-vət  \
: lacking physical, mental, or moral vigor : ENERVATED
a lifetime of working in dreary jobs had enervated his very soul

Puzzle for the Day
Anagram for the Day

Find Word Puzzle

Using the letters AIO along with ST, what is the longest word you can find?

You may use each letter more than once.

Solution (Previous Puzzle):

I commissioned an artist to paint a sign for BrainBashers that said "BrainBashers Puzzles And Illusions", however, they made a terrible mistake.

The gaps between 'Puzzles' and 'And', and 'And' and 'Illusions' weren't the same, so the sign seemed oddly out of balance.

An anagram is a word made by using letters of another word in a different order.
Example: shot à host

Find the anagram for the following:

Saint
Sales
Salts

Solution (Previous):
RUNTS : TURNS
RUST : RUTS
SACKS : CASKS

Innovation of the Day
In 1907, the first internal combustion-powered cabs in London with taximeters began operating. The taximeter gave the cab its modern name.
In 1935, television broadcasts begin in Berlin, Germany, with a low definition, 180 lines system.
In 1946, the first rocket built in the United States left the Earth's atmosphere, whereas Germany had launched a rocket the year before.

Video for the Day
Podcast for the Day
It's called the "Wood Wide Web," and it might make you look at forests in a whole new light. Gross Science explains.
For those who are able to vote, should we be made to do it? Listen to Rob and Finn discussing why we should all exercise our right to vote and especially by young people – whilst teaching some related vocabulary.

Idiom for the Day
in the ascendant
on the rise to becoming more influential or more successful
The price of buying this horse are in the ascendant ever since he has been winning races for his owners.

Quote for the Day
John Lubbock க்கான பட முடிவு

“To do something, however small, to make others happier and better, is the highest ambition, the most elevating hope, which can inspire a human being.”

John Lubbock

Thanks & Regards,
Team Campus Connect,
Infosys Limited
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Infosys Campus Connect Daily K10 : 2019/056




Dear All

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Dear Professor,

Greetings from Infosys Campus Connect Team!!!

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Free Courses
1.       Business English
2.       Business Communication
3.       Programming Fundamentals using Python
4.       OOP using Python
5.       Data Structures & Algorithms using Python
6.       Learning DBMS and SQL
7.       Big Data
8.       NoSQL Databases
9.       Artificial Intelligence
10.   Cloud Computing
11.   Cyber Security


Please find below links for the information related to latest technology and trends. This could help your faculty members and/or your college students.

Tech News for the Day
Phone numbers stink for security and authentication. They stink because most of us have so much invested in these digits that they’ve become de facto identities.
Researcher finds building blocks for privilege escalation: Can they be assembled to create a flaw?
AMD thinks that its processors are not impacted by the new SPOILER vulnerability that uses speculative execution to improve the efficiency of memory and cache attacks such as Rowhammer.

Programmer News for the Day
The eye movements we make while engaged in cognitively demanding tasks communicate a lot about us.
Last autumn, JetBrains surveyed more than 1,500 Java developers on their learning patterns and preferences and the results are in!
Check out this great primer to the Apache Kafka framework and learn how to utilize its features.

Word for the Day
petulant adjective
pet· u· lant | \ ˈpe-chə-lənt  \
: insolent or rude in speech or behavior
He was moody and quite petulant.

Puzzle for the Day
Anagram for the Day

Sentence Formation Puzzle

Can you create a sentence that contains the word 'and' five times in a row?

Note: with no other word between each 'and'.

Solution (Previous Puzzle):

There are more 2s because of the numbers beginning with 20,000.

An anagram is a word made by using letters of another word in a different order.
Example: shot à host

Find the anagram for the following:

Runts
Rusts
Sacks

Solution (Previous):
ROCKS : CORKS
ROPES : PORES, SPORE
RULED : LURED


Innovation of the Day
In 1846, Adolphe Sax applied for a French patent on his new instrument, the saxophone, which was granted on 22 Jun 1846 (No. 3326).
In 1942, a secret report was submitted suggesting the name “plutonium” for artificial element 94 since it followed neptunium and uranium (elements 93 and 92).
In 1999, a balloon achieved the first non-stop round-the-world balloon flight. After 20 days of flight, the experimental Breitling Orbiter 3 balloon, flown by Brian Jones and Bertrand Piccard, touched down in the Egyptian desert.

Video for the Day
Podcast for the Day
In a spellbinding talk, paleontologist Jack Horner tells the story of how iconoclastic thinking revealed a shocking secret about some of our most beloved dinosaurs.
Almost every part of our body seems to be the subject of endless debate. But there’s one part you don’t hear much about - the chin. Join Rob and Neil as they investigate this forgotten part of our face and explain some related vocabulary.

Idiom for the Day
armed to the teeth
heavily and formidably armed, usually with deadly weapons.
When someone is physically and mentally prepared to compete with others in any field of life.
The alleged tax-defaulter was ready for all their questions, and armed to the teeth with proof of his innocence.

Quote for the Day
Golda Meir க்கான பட முடிவு

“Trust yourself. Create the kind of self that you will be happy to live with all your life. Make the most of yourself by fanning the tiny, inner sparks of possibility into flames of achievement.”

Golda Meir

Thanks & Regards,
Team Campus Connect,
Infosys Limited
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Infosys Campus Connect Daily K10 : 2019/059

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