Hi Guys Could you explain me why adult education classes are mandatory for childrens?

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Exploit-based attacks are on the up (1), the majority of IT security professionals aren't sure if they can detect attackers attempting to breach the network (2), and 65% of companies let the tech support department give security training to staff. I would suggest, in order to make some sense of all of this, that you 'Go Hebrew'. By which I mean, in case you were wondering, read it from right to left. Starting at the end and working backwards provides a clue as to what is going wrong: lack of properly considered education leads to a lack of confidence in …

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DWExpo recently posted a blog on why they were founded. They basically saw a need for developers and marketers to learn more about each other's fields and have the opportunity to come together and innovate, instead of constantly bumping heads. Its interesting how much value they see in cross-discipline education and thier approach to meeting that need. Looks a lot like a new-age Comdex. Definitly worth a read. http://www.digitalworldexpo.com/dwe2012/2012/09/04/3-good-reasons-to-attend-monetizing-social-at-digital-world-expo/ I'm interested in initiating discussion on the need that developers see for integrating tech and business.

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Hello, please would anybody know if there's any game software where I could include words and sentences? Although I'm still new in this area, I'm very interested in creating some games for teaching purposes. Thanks and Regards, Silvia

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[B]So, what do I do? What do I like? What are my hobbies? [/B] [CODE]Name: Johnny Nickname: Johnny Height: 183 m Weight: 75 kg Hair: Brown Eyes: Green Location: Zurich/Swizterland Age: 20 Hobbies: Listening to music, all kind of sports - mostl likely - soccer, biking, hiking, jogging, ..., going out with friends and family, movies, laughing, sleeping, electronics, working out, [/CODE] Education/work: aprenticeship in electronic engeneering . $ my C - programms : [snipped] ok, now my youtube : [snipped] my Hobby - Trekking : [snipped] my story, I made up : [snipped] Ok, I hope we will have …

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Construct a C program that will accept up to 3 digit integer number and display the hundredth's digit, tenth's digit, and one's digit. Example: Enter integer number (maximum of 3) : 143 Hundredth's place : 1 Tenth's place : 4 One's place : 3

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Hi, This is lokesh from india,completed B.tech (computer science). Right now looking for job. me positive thinking and very confident not over confident. my hubbies are playing chess and traveling long trips and love to make friends around world.

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I'm making a chareer change into software development. Yes, I'm crazy. But more than that, I'm seriously concerned that North America and Western Europe is no longer known for creating and producing good products. We may not make much steal or have big factories mass producing TVs and radios, but that doesn't mean we don't have what it takes to make great intellectual products as well as great cars, movies, food, medicine, etc. [B]I'm a creative person who is NOT going to quit creating just because I'm getting older or some kid in China will work for 80% less.[/B] To …

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I'm recently completed my Master's of Arts degree in Political Science. While I was in grad school, I had to learn R. From there, I began learning Python and Perl. When I was in grad school, I was utilizing most of these languages for data analysis and data visualization. For example, I would use the Python library NetworkX to conduct network analysis. I'm now looking for jobs, and realizing that the private sector doesn't value my political science degree, and doesn't really care if I learned any programming languages. For this reason, I am considering returning to school to get …

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[url]http://www.columbiasouthern.edu/degree/business/bachelor/information-technology/[/url] I am pursuing a career in Information Technology and would just like some input on whether or not getting this particular bachelors would help or not? THANKSSSS

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pretty new at DaniWeb! i registered coz i'm interested in SEM and everything that it encompasses because my job entails it. although, graphic design and article writing are still my first loves. i'm trying to expand my horizons and the topics at DaniWeb is helping me a whole lot. oh! if you have links that might help my edu site feel free to send me a message at skype. thanks! looking forward to a great stay here at DaniWeb

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I was fascinated to see that Cambridge University is going to start taking the online world a little more seriously. Games and comic books are going to form part of its curriculum on [URL="http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/8500657.stm"]how young people are portrayed[/URL]. Until now it's been a book-based course. Well...duh. Yes, books are important and the pulling power of the Harry Potter series makes a nonsense of the claim that people don't read any more (as does the launch of the iPad, which is a bit ironic since it's a claim made by Steve Jobs himself). But come on, they hadn't been studying comic …

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Hello everybody! I am new to this forum, do not throw a pie at me :) I did use a search, but did not find what I was looking for. For couple month now I am thinking about education and how to get one in networking/systems administrations/security now a days, questions are quite simple, I am looking for valuable education that will put me into networking career. What I do now\done in past: LAMP developer with over 5 years of experience, I am working on linux(RH/DEB)platform as my home, server and work machine for couple years now and love Linux …

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Hello, I'm a complete alien so some questions may be too evident. I'd like to get a degree in computer graphics (something like physically-based animation and rendering) in a major American university. I'm a Russian national with German residency, never been to US. I already have a degree in applied mathematics and 7 years of experience as a software engineer in Russia and Germany (not directly related to computer graphics). That makes my question complicated, since I don't need most of the courses for a computer science degree (I only need those directly related to computer graphics). What should I …

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It is official, Britain has gone Twitter mad. No really, totally insane in fact. First there was the [URL="http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/education/7962912.stm"]story[/URL], which I am assured is not some badly timed April Fool gag, that reveals the government is contemplating adding Twitter skills to the primary school curriculum while at the same time suggesting less time should be spent on history. Quite what benefit your average 6 to 11 year old will gain, in educational terms, by becoming a proficient Twitterer instead of learning about the Second World War is, quite frankly, beyond me. I am all for ensuring kids understand the nature …

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If you've been following this blog for any length of time, you know I focus a lot on employment -- or lack thereof -- in the tech sector. I'm always on the lookout for ways IT professionals can get additional skills or enhance the ones they have, so I feel compelled to tell you about Microsoft's new initiative, [URL="http://www.microsoft.com/about/corporatecitizenship/us/communityinvestment/elevateamerica.aspx#"]Elevate America[/URL], that's designed to strengthen the tech sector even though I'm not so sure about the motive behind it. I'm torn between thinking Microsoft's new program is a generous way to help people expand or acquire new skills, and that it's …

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I was privileged to attend the 5th [URL="http://www.kaspersky.com/"]Kaspersky[/URL] Lab forum, held in the city of London, yesterday. It was actually a Cybercrime Forum (I have no idea if the other forums were as well, as this was my first), and so the main focus was – yeah, you guessed it – Cybercrime; criminals operating through the freedom and openness of the internet, causing all kinds of harm to internet, computer, and smart phone users not just for kicks and giggles as it used to be in the good old days, but now for money, and big money too. It emerged …

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About the only upside to the weak economy these days is that community colleges across the country are seeing an uptick in enrollment. According to the American Association of Community Colleges, overall enrollment peaked at 11.5 million last year and is expected to remain high this year as well. As students from these schools wind their way into the workforce, what impact will it have on IT? Will you welcome new hires from community colleges or worry they don't have the same knowledge level as tech workers from 4-year universities? Before you dismiss community college students as not having the …

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Twitter users are a loyal bunch and few would argue that it's a useful networking tool. The one thing Twitter is not, however, is private. While that's not a big deal for most people, it certainly is in the world of academics where it's ill-advised to have children using communication tools that anyone can view. It's a good thing someone thought of [URL="http://www.edmodo.com/"]Edmodo[/URL]. Like Twitter, Edmodo is a free microblogging site, but without the subsequent privacy issues. Students and teachers are able to share notes or links to one another, send short messages or alerts, and otherwise communicate with each …

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In an attempt to wean her students off of what she calls ‘white bread for the mind’ one University of Brighton professor has banned her students from using either Google or Wikipedia in their research for the first year of study. Instead, in what many will consider a neo-Luddite move, they get given a selection of some 200 peer-reviewed printed text extracts as research material. The professor of media studies is no newbie, looking to get noticed, either. Tara Babazon has been teaching at university level for no less than 18 years. But an article in [URL="http://technology.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/tech_and_web/the_web/article3182091.ece"]The Times[/URL] suggests that …

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