In a landmark move, Microsoft Nepal has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with 56 tertiary institutions to help equip IT, engineering and management undergraduates with relevant skills when they enter the workforce. The project aims to reach over 69,000 students in two years, the majority of whom would be based in the capital city Kathmandu.
The tech brain drain, or emigration of highly trained/intelligent people from a particular country, is happening all over the world. In the United States, it's happening nationally with tech workers flocking to hubs such as Silicon Valley, Seattle, and Boston. So how can other states and cities hold on to local talent? And why does the industry need to establish more local tech hubs throughout the country? Here's a look at what cities can do to retain talent and why it's necessary.
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Although tablets and smartphones have become extensions of our daily routines, typing on the small screens can be arduous at times. To resolve this productivity dilemma, Microsoft announced the Universal Mobile Keyboard for iPad, iPhone, Android devices and Windows tablets.
To see it in action, including switching between device platforms, check out the brief video below.
The Universal Mobile Keyboard will be generally available in October 2014 for the estimated retail price of $79.95 at the Microsoft Store and at various other retailers.
Find extended type data in your current Windows PowerShell session.
From my experience the W3WP.exe is growing in size and this causes issues with performance. Many times this is the result of a corrupt workbook....
This summer Bill Gates shared 6 book recommendations as his summer reading list. One of his picks was Business Adventures by John Brooks—a hand-me-down recommendation from Warren Buffett that Gates claims is still the best business book he's ever read.