25 July, 2019

Infosys Campus Connect Daily K10 : 2019/142



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Dear Professor,

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Infosys Certification : Course Modules
1.       Programming Fundamentals using Python
2.       OOP using Python
3.       Data Structures & Algorithms using Python
4.       Learning DBMS and SQL

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
The artificial-intelligence industry runs on the invisible labor of humans working in isolated and often terrible conditions—and the model is spreading to more and more businesses.
The robots can be connected in 17 different configurations.
The accounts, pages, and groups claim to represent the cryptocurrency

Programmer News for the Day
This tutorial begins with how to use for loops to iterate through common Python data structures other than lists (like tuples and dictionaries).
Comparing Matlab, Python and Julia
This tutorial uses a genetic algorithm (GA) for optimizing the 8 Queen Puzzle.

Web Developer News for the Day
How we reduced serialization time by 99%!
Best practices for managing memory in container-based Node.js apps
In this article, we aim to present a quick guide on how to create a secure Node.js GraphQL API.

Word for the Day
acrid adjective
ac·​rid | \ ˈa-krəd  \
: sharp and harsh or unpleasantly pungent in taste or odor : IRRITATING
Thick, acrid smoke rose from the factory.

Puzzle for the Day

Fruits Puzzle

Which fruit comes next in this sequence:

banana pear kiwi tomato

Choose from: peach lemon plum guava.

Solution (Previous Puzzle):

32.

Reading one letter from the top row and then one from the bottom row, the puzzle reads: 'How many letters does this puzzle have'.


Innovation of the Day
In 1698, Thomas Savery received a British patent (No. 356) for a “New Invention for Raiseing of Water and Occassioning Motion to all sorts of Mill Work by the Impellent Force of Fire.”
In 1871, the first U.S. patent for perforated wrapping paper was awarded to Seth Wheeler of Albany, NY (No. 117,355). The paper was wound into rolls and could easily be torn off at the perforations.
In 1854, Walter Hunt of New York City was awarded the first U.S. patent for a paper shirt collar (No.11,376). Very thin white paper was pasted on both sides of a base of thin white cotton muslin.

Video for the Day
Podcast for the Day
Guitar masters like Jimi Hendrix are capable of bending the physics of waves to their wills, plucking melody from inspiration and vibration. But how do wood, metal, and plastic translate into rhythm, melody, and music? Oscar Fernando Perez details the physics of playing the guitar, from first pluck to that final shredding chord.
Do manufacturers design technology so that it eventually fails? Or is it just that consumers expect less these days? Neil and Catherine explore our relationship with buying new technology and teach you six items of useful vocabulary.

Idiom for the Day
work like a beaver
work very energetically and hard.
Ahead of the Diwali festival, she worked like a beaver to clean out all the closets.

Quote for the Day

“Your ideas are like
diamonds…without the refining
process, they are just a dirty rock,
but by cutting away the impurities,
they become priceless.”

Paul Kearly

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Team Campus Connect,
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24 July, 2019

Infosys Campus Connect Daily K10 : 2019/141




Dear All

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Dear Professor,

Greetings from Infosys Campus Connect Team!!!

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Infosys Certification : Course Modules
1.       Programming Fundamentals using Python
2.       OOP using Python
3.       Data Structures & Algorithms using Python
4.       Learning DBMS and SQL

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
OpenAI, a company working on AI for the public good, is committing to build with Microsoft new Azure AI supercomputing technologies, and getting a $1 billion infusion from Microsoft as part of the arrangement.
Hackers are exploiting vulnerable Jira and Exim servers with the end goal of infecting them with a new Watchbog Linux Trojan variant and using the resulting botnet as part of a Monero cryptomining operation.
A couple of years back, even researchers would wave off using DNA to store data as something too futuristic to have any practical value. Today, you can extend PostgreSQL with the right software and bio-chemical modules, and run SQL on DNA.

Programmer News for the Day
Rust, just like C and C++ has a minimal and optional “runtime”. Rust’s standard library depends on libc for platforms that support it just like C and C++.
have a look at __has_include and discuss the upcoming feature test macros that we’ll have in C++20.
Why Rust continues to prove itself as a bridge between low and high-level languages.

Web Developer News for the Day
From basic to advanced: test how well you know JavaScript, refresh your knowledge a bit, or prepare for your coding interview! I update this repo weekly with new questions. Last update: July 14th
But unless you are developing on the slowest low-end phone available, it is almost impossible to predict how long a piece of code will take on the slowest phone today, let alone the slowest phone tomorrow.
Angular 8 now sends separate bundles to legacy browsers by default.

Word for the Day
abyss noun
\ ə-ˈbis  , a- also ˈa-(ˌ)bis\
: an immeasurably deep gulf or great space
looking down at the dark ocean from the ship's rail, the cruise passenger felt as though he was staring into an abyss

Puzzle for the Day

Solve this Puzzle

HWAYETRDETIPZLHV
OMNLTESOSHSUZEAE

Solution (Previous Puzzle):

13

?


Innovation of the Day
In 1806, a British patent, No 2,951/1806 was dated for Henry Fourdrinier's paper-making machine.
In 1844, Henry Rossiter Worthington (b. 17 Dec 1817, d. 17 Dec 1880) patented the independent single direct-acting steam power pump, an invention which laid the foundation of the entire pump industry.
In 1847, Richard M. Hoe of New York City patented the rotary type printing press on this day. He created a revolution in printing by rolling a cylinder over stationary plates of inked type and using the cylinder to make an impression on paper.

Video for the Day
Podcast for the Day
In 1997, Brazilian football player Roberto Carlos set up for a 35 meter free kick with no direct line to the goal. Carlos’s shot sent the ball flying wide of the players, but just before going out of bounds it hooked to the left and soared into the net. How did he do it? Erez Garty describes the physics behind one of the most magnificent goals in the history of football.
Relax, slow down and breathe. Neil and Catherine explore mindfulness in this episode of 6 Minute English. But what is it? And what benefits does it offer? Learn more about this form of meditation and pick up six items of useful vocabulary.

Idiom for the Day
Bells and Whistles
additional features that are added to a product but that are not essential to its basic function; fancy but nonessential add-ons or gadgets.
My new car is great. It has all the latest bells and whistles.

Quote for the Day

“The fastest way to pass your own
expectations is to add passion to
your labor.”

Mike Litman

Thanks & Regards,
Team Campus Connect,
Infosys Limited
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Infosys Campus Connect Daily K10 : 2019/140




Dear All


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Dear Professor,

Greetings from Infosys Campus Connect Team!!!

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Infosys Certification : Course Modules
1.       Programming Fundamentals using Python
2.       OOP using Python
3.       Data Structures & Algorithms using Python
4.       Learning DBMS and SQL

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
Supertracker is designed to prove a point about email tracking’s pervasiveness
Recent studies have highlighted two key contributors to humans' ability to acquire knowledge so quickly—namely, intuitive physics and intuitive psychology.
Perhaps you’ve heard of FaceApp, the mobile app that taps AI to transform selfies, or This Person Does Not Exist, which surfaces computer-generated photos of fictional people.

Programmer News for the Day
What’s the difference between @classmethod, @staticmethod, and “plain/regular” instance methods in Python?
Have you heard of stacks and wondered what they are? Do you have the general idea but are wondering how to implement a Python stack?
Understanding tuple in Python

Web Developer News for the Day
This post is the second part of an 8-part series going in-depth into how to build a robust real-world frontend app data layer.
Enable login for multi-system application groups. This is single sign-on.
These are some JavaScript coding exercises that are put into a web app so they can be done on a phone.

Word for the Day
abstain verb
ab·​stain | \ əb-ˈstān  , ab-\
: to choose not to do or have something : to refrain deliberately and often with an effort of self-denial from an action or practice
Ten members voted for the proposal, six members voted against it, and two abstained.

Puzzle for the Day

Highest Total Puzzle

Starting with the 6 in the bottom left corner, what is the highest total you can make, if you only move up or right, using the mathematical signs on the way?

?

Solution (Previous Puzzle):

1 hour.

How many bricks are laid in six hours?

In six hours Kev lays 1000 bricks, Fred lays 2000 bricks, and Jimmy lays 3000 bricks.

So in six hours we have a total of 6000 bricks laid.

Which means that it will take one hour to lay 1000 bricks.


Innovation of the Day
In 1829, William Austin Burt, a surveyor, of Mount Vernon, Michigan, received a patent for his typographer, a forerunner of the typewriter (U.S. No. 5581X).
In 1886, Gottlieb Daimler invented his first car. Daimler patented a high speed, petrol-fuelled, four stroke engine in 1885 which he installed in a crude wooden bicycle frame, and so invented the motorbike.
In 1888, Scottish vetenerian, John Boyd Dunlop, applied to patent the pneumatic tyre as "an improvement in the tyres or wheels for bicycles, tricycles and other road tyres."

Video for the Day
Podcast for the Day
As the year 1905 began, Albert Einstein faced life as a “failed” academic. Yet within the next twelve months, he would publish four extraordinary papers, each on a different topic, that were destined to radically transform our understanding of the universe. Larry Lagerstrom details these four groundbreaking papers.
In this programme, Neil and Dan discuss why Nordic countries generally seem to be happier than other nations and whether the secret is in their DNA. And they teach you six items of useful vocabulary

Idiom for the Day
hand or keep at bay
prevent something or somebody unpleasant from coming too near to one or harming one.
The area was hit by a serious epidemic, but luckily he could keep himself at bay.

Quote for the Day
Vince Lombardi க்கான பட முடிவு

“Winning is not a "sometime" thing.
You don't win once in a while,
you don't do things right once in a while,
you do them right all of the time.
Winning is a habit, unfortunately, so is losing.”

Vince Lombardi

Thanks & Regards,
Team Campus Connect,
Infosys Limited
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