Day: August 26, 2022

AI Maker Robotics

How to Build Your Own Retro Toy Robot

John Kennedy, a retro computer and IoT enthusiast who has a fascination for classic robot toys from the 80s. He’s finally got his hands on the toy he wanted from his youth, but instead of being content there, he’s given it a brain.

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Data

What is Data Observability?

Data observability helps data teams and engineers better understand the health of data in their system and automatically identify, troubleshoot and resolve issues in near real-time. In this video, Ryan Yackel talks about the difficulty in managing the health and quality of your data sets, what data observability is, and how it can help you […]

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Developer

Epic Developer Roadmap for Those Who Want to Learn to Code

Software engineering is a decades old discipline, even if the term “software engineering” is not as old. Here’s an interesting and all encompassing roadmap of programming languages. The programming iceberg is complete roadmap to the loved, hated, historical, and weird programming languages that you should now about. It starts with easy-to-learn coding tools, then descends […]

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Quantum Computing

Quantum Talent Shortage Looms Amidst Epic Growth

Listen or watch the latest edition of BAILeY’s round up of quantum computing news. Listen Story Links Quantum computing funding remains strong, but talent gap raises concern https://www.mckinsey.de/business-functions/mckinsey-digital/our-insights/quantum-computing-funding-remains-strong-but-talent-gap-raises-concern Psirch Becomes First Quantum Technology Executive Search Division of Established Firm https://thequantuminsider.com/2022/08/04/psirch-becomes-first-quantum-technology-executive-search-division-of-established-firm/ Fujitsu to Start Selling Quantum Computers in 2023 https://www.pcmag.com/news/fujitsu-to-start-selling-quantum-computers-in-2023 The Upskilling Imperative: Azure Quantum for […]

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