If You Want To Grow Your Career, This One Trait Is Essential
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How Times Square's Naked Cowboy Makes $150,000 a Year
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If a supermarket is provided real-time information and analytics that track their processes related to food disposal, they can better manage the amount and timing of what they order.
Hackers have found a way to get into nearly every computer
The most secure software was shown to be vulnerable.
Not just Boston: Why no one wants to host the Olympics anymore
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Highlights from the 2018 MEDITECH Physician & CIO Forum
by Rich Robinson, Director of Marketing & Account Management One of the highlights of every fall is the opportunity to join 300 fellow MEDITECH physicians, chief information officers, and partners at MEDITECH’s beautiful Foxborough campus to hear about best practices that customers have implemented and of course new product innovations to the MEDITECH Expanse EHR system This year was no exception. MEDITECH lined up a phenomenal keynote speaker in Dr. Ted James, Medical Director from Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital. His insights into change management, personal motivation, leadership and enhancing the patient experience were an inspiration. As nearly half of this year’s attendees were physicians, his message resonated especially well MEDITECH Executive Vice President Hoda Sayed-Friel, outlined…
How To Cook A Delicious Meal With Your Car
Your car’s gasoline engine wastes two thirds of its fuel’s energy as heat, so why not harness that energy and cook a delicious meal? It’s fun and easy, and you can do it too.
We also pointed out that although the high-level pipeline is similar between engines, there are often differences in the optimization pipeline.prototype.foo We extend Object.prototype, which invalidates any prototype Inline Caches the engine put in place up until that point. Then we run some code that uses the new prototype method. The engine has to start over from scratch and set up new Inline Caches for any prototype property accesses. And then finally, we “clean up after ourselves” and remove the prototype method we added earlier Cleaning up sounds like a good idea, right‽ Well, in this case it makes a bad situation even worse! Deleting the property modifies Object.prototype, so all the Inline Caches are invalidated…
DIY Tractor Repair Runs Afoul Of Copyright Law
Like a lot of machines, tractors are increasingly run by computer software that has proprietary locks. But if farmers break those locks to fix their John Deere, they are also breaking the law.
Why KRACK could hit your smart home's Wi-Fi the hardest
Wi-Fi connected devices and appliances are ideal targets for hackers, thanks to the KRACK exploit.