Photo: PRWeb Photo: PRWeb Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PRWeb ACGI Software Demonstrates New Version of Certelligence™ at the 2019 Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE) Exchange 1 / 1 Back to Gallery ACGI to showcase newly released data visualization features of its enterprise-class credentialing management system November 18-21, 2019 at The Hilton San Diego Bayfront. COLUMBIA, Md. (PRWEB) November 18, 2019 ACGI Software, a market leader in enterprise systems for associations and credentialing organizations, announced it will showcase the newest release of Certelligence™ at the ICE Exchange. Certelligence allows organizations to modernize their certification and accreditation programs by centralizing data, automating … [Read more...] about ACGI Software Demonstrates New Version of Certelligence™ at the 2019 Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE) Exchange
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The Linux operating system is often considered the third of the holy triumvirate of PC platforms, along with Windows and MacOS. Linux could be best described as the most rebellious of the three; it’s malleable and customizable (as long as you have a strong understanding of computers and Linux), with dozens of different distros created by unique communities for different uses. Plus, the Linux “core” (kernel) and most distros are completely free, which is a major selling point for the OS when compared to Windows and MacOS. There are many Linux distros for different use cases. Whether you are after an OS that is tailored for desktops, laptops, workstations, servers, A/V editing, or gaming, there is a distro out there for everyone. Here, we are going to give you a rundown of the best Linux distros available, each of which is tailored for desktop use. You can install these distros on a Chromebook, PC, or Mac as a replacement for your current … [Read more...] about The best Linux distros for 2019
We've all heard it before: "You're lucky to have any job." But just because you have one doesn't mean you have to just slog through a crappy one, or deal with the career you don't want. You may just be looking at your position as "just a job" and you have no idea what kind of career you want. It doesn't have to be this way. Blast from the past is a weekly feature at Lifehacker in which we revive old, but still relevant, posts for your reading and hacking pleasure. This week, we reflect on what to do when your job isn't going anywhere. Advertisement I know a lot of people who hate their jobs, but when asked what they'd rather do, they're already very close to doing what they're passionate about—they just needed to stop and figure out how to get there. Here's how you can take a good, hard look at yourself, figure out what you really want to do, and work this into a personal career plan that will help you get where you want to go, personally and professionally. Take … [Read more...] about How to Build a Personal Career Plan and Get Out of Your Dead End Job
"I still feel a bit sad with you guys for the article you wrote about Rare being dead," Craig Duncan, the boss of the Microsoft-owned Kinect Sports developer, says at the beginning of our interview, not in an abrasive, confrontational way, but in a genuine, heartfelt way. I listen and believe it did make him sad. No doubt it saddened a few here."Who Killed Rare?", written by regular Eurogamer contributor Simon Parkin and published a few months after the release of Kinect Sports: Season Two, asked ex-Rare staff the question most who grew up playing the likes of GoldenEye, Donkey Kong Country and Killer Instinct had wondered for some time. It was a question that came with an assumption: if we're asking who killed Rare, then we're saying Rare is dead.The article was published just eight months after Duncan, former development director at racing game specialist Sumo Digital, took over the famed studio. "I took it as, I'll show them, because that's what I do."Two years later, just over … [Read more...] about The future of Rare
Last summer, an elite group of scientists, economists and government officials gathered at Snowmass ski resort near Aspen, Colorado, to contemplate the end of the world. The weeklong “workshop, held in the shadow of 14,000-foot-high peaks at the Top of the Village lodge, was organised by the Energy Modeling Forum, a group of academics and industry leaders affiliated with Stanford University. A few months earlier, Stanford professor John Weyant, the director of the group, had asked participants to consider a nightmare scenario: It’s 2010, and global warming is not only happening, it’s accelerating. The Greenland and western Antarctic ice sheets are melting at an exponential rate, leading to predictions of a twenty-foot rise in sea levels by 2070. In this scenario, southern Florida vanishes, New York City becomes an aquarium, London looks like Venice. In Bangladesh alone, 40 million people are displaced by the rising waters. Droughts cripple food production, leading to … [Read more...] about Can Geoengineering Save The World?