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For decades, Yolo County has served its over 218,000 residents in northern California with government services delivered through physical offices. Constituents looking for career counseling and employment support, for instance, could visit one of the in-person satellite offices. But when the pandemic hit in 2020, offices closed, leaving the county struggling to provide real-time employment …

The most common misconceptions I’ve come across involve security, flexibility, and central management. Here, I debunk these sudo myths. Whether attending conferences or reading blogs, I often hear several misconceptions about sudo. Most of these misconceptions focus on security, flexibility, and central management. In this article, I will debunk some of these myths. Many misconceptions …

As cloud native concepts and adoption take hold, many enterprises are now considering and implementing ways to achieve the primary objective of cloud native technology: enabling engineers to make significant changes to systems easily, frequently, and confidently. More and more enterprises are recognizing that cloud native technologies, such as Kubernetes, can indeed serve as the foundational infrastructure …

The crypto industry is characterized by high growth rates and an oversaturation of all sorts of events. The world doesn’t stand still and the DeFi industry is only gaining momentum, constantly developing and surprising us with new launches, opportunities, and discoveries. Specializing in any field implies full immersion in professional topics, and the crypto industry …

ABB and Red Hat today announced a global partnership to enable industries using ABB’s process automation and industrial software to scale rapidly and flexibly leveraging Red Hat’s industry leading enterprise platforms and application services built on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Together, we intend to streamline the transition from automated to autonomous operations and address current …

Today is our second-annual Google Cloud Startup Summit, and we couldn’t be more excited to connect with leaders, founders, and innovators from across the startup ecosystem to learn how they’re innovating and solving some of the world’s biggest challenges. Startups come to Google Cloud to build their companies and products on our trusted, developer-friendly infrastructure, …

Learn how to create and use custom easing functions in Compose Everything that moves, accelerates, or decelerates — nothing starts or stops moving instantaneously. The ball you bounce on a floor hits the ground and then bounces back up again and eventually comes to a resting position after a few smaller bounces. A train door …

Mining asteroids might seem like the stuff of science fiction, but there are companies and a few governments already working hard to make it real. This should not be surprising: compared with the breathtaking bridges that engineers build on Earth, asteroid-mining is a simple, small-scale operation requiring only modest technological advances. If anything is lacking, …

Epidemic Audio Reference (EAR) tool developed on Google Cloud will simplify and supercharge music discovery for content creators worldwide Latest update to strategic partnership, aimed to support the company’s rapid growth STOCKHOLM, Sweden, May 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Epidemic Sound, the market-leading service for direct licensing of royalty-free music, today announced Epidemic Audio Reference (EAR), an audio-based …

I love cooking and use my Thermomix a lot. If you hadn’t heard about that amazing innovation, it’s a kitchen robot… Well, it’s a magical super cooking machine. When designing the Thermomix, its designers took the approach of fail-safe instead of fail-fast. This is a smart choice in this case, but it has its drawbacks. …