Sweat-proof business casual clothing that won’t let them see you sweat

Estelle Sidler

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Finding work-appropriate clothes that wick away moisture is imperative

Scroll down to shop the 11 best sweat-resistant clothing brands for men and women now

Let’s face it – no one wants to look like a hot mess, especially at the office. Whether you nervously sweat before a big presentation, battle a commute that leaves you drenched in sweat by the time you make it to the office, or suffer from hyperhidrosis (an excessive perspiration disorder), finding work-appropriate clothes that wick away moisture is imperative.

Luckily, we live in a time where technology is advancing and many businesses have adopted “business casual” dress codes. From dress shirts created with the same materials NASA invented to control astronauts’ body temperatures in space, to iron-free button-downs, to commuting collections made specifically for those in need of sweat- and wrinkle-proof workwear, these 11 clothing brands are designed to keep you looking good,

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Computers, desks, lockers: Back-to-school shopping is different this year

Estelle Sidler

“We’re cognizant that it’s a difficult and emotional time,” said Amy Lang, Staples senior vice president for strategy and insights, who added that the company changed the slogan to ensure it didn’t sound tone deaf to the stresses facing parents. “It’s not going to be the year we thought it’s going to be.”

Back-to-school season is typically upbeat for both parents and retailers. (Staples famously dubbed it its “most wonderful time of the year.”) Adults get their “must-have” lists from teachers, and then stock up on school clothes, sneakers, and backpacks. Retailers blanket media outlets with ads for back-to-school necessities. Kids shake off the annual arrival of autumnal ennui with the unique excitement that accompanies a new lunchbox or outfit.

But as 2020 will be a school year like no other, so will the shopping season.

“I have to buy a computer for my kindergartner. I would never have done

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Which Of Cisco’s Gadgets Come From The Comics (& Which Were Created For TV)

Estelle Sidler

Cisco Ramon is one of the most popular characters in TV’s The Flash series, providing comic relief, pathos, and also some of the coolest gadgets in the Arrowverse. Fans were relieved to hear about Cisco’s continued importance in the series after all the major changes instigated by the “Crisis on Infinite Earths” storyline.

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As a mechanical engineering genius with S.T.A.R. Labs, Cisco has provided Barry and several other characters in the series with crucial tech that has allowed them to defeat their enemies, travel between dimensions, and much more.  But, knowing that much of TV’s The Flash deviates from the comics, how many of these gadgets were taken from the four-color pages? Conversely, which were invented for TV? In some cases, the answer is both.

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SD Times news digest: The GitHub Container Registry, AWS Bottlerocket, and Postman’s web client for API development

Estelle Sidler

GitHub has introduced a new container registry to improve how it handles containers within packages. The registry is available as a public beta, and will enable users to enforce better access policies, encourage the usage of standard base images, and promote innersourcing. 

“While GitHub Packages already gives teams greater traceability of their software supply chain, today we’re adding new capabilities to improve the experience and performance it provides for developers with GitHub Container Registry,” Kayla Ngan, a product manager for GitHub, wrote in a post.

The solution will be free for public images, and free for private images during its beta. Once the solution becomes generally available, private images will follow the same pricing model of GitHub Packages. The company will also provide data sharing and fine-grained permissions for containers across organizations. 

AWS introduces Bottlerocket
Bottlerocket is an open-source Linux distribution designed to run containers. “As our customers increasingly

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