Programming Competition,Programming Contest,Online Computer Programming

CodeChef – A Platform for Aspiring Programmers

CodeChef was created as a platform to help programmers make it big in the world of algorithms, computer programming, and programming contests. At CodeChef we work hard to revive the geek in you by hosting a programming contest at the start of the month and two smaller programming challenges at the middle and end of the month. We also aim to have training sessions and discussions related to algorithms, binary search, technicalities like array size and the likes. Apart from providing a platform for programming competitions, CodeChef also has various algorithm tutorials and forum discussions to help those who are new to the world of computer programming.

Practice Section – A Place to hone your ‘Computer Programming Skills’

Try your hand at one of our many practice problems and submit your solution in the language of

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ieSpell – Download

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Important – ieSpell is free for personal use only. Commercial
use requires a separate license. See Licensing
for more information.

First Responders | Homeland Security

S&T First Responders. Using science to strengthen first responders and the nation. 18,000+ Improved firefighter garments. 1.25 million threats detected. 2,000+ state and local law enforcement officers trained to detect radiation. Helping law enforcement seize more than $10 million in criminal funds. Industry sold over 40,000 products developed by S&T accounting for $19 Million in sales revenue. Supporting over 3 million public safety users with and mobile radio interoperability. 30+ states using our enhanced information sharing tools, technologies, resources & exercises.488+ state and local bomb squads using S&T technology and techniques. 9% improvement in imposter detection through innovative training technology. Helping safe 475 child sex trafficking victims. 21 state and terrirtories using hurricane evacuation tool. First responders are often the primary line of defense for U.S. communities, responding to an evolving spectrum of natural and man-made threats. The Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) works closely with first responders across jurisdictions and disciplines to improve their safety and effectiveness.

S&T works hand-in-hand with members of all first responder disciplines — law enforcement, fire services, emergency medical services and emergency management officials, as well as innovators and industry — to develop capabilities that:

  • Make first responders safer
  • Improve communication tool security and effectiveness
  • Enhance data and information sharing during daily, emergency or joint operations
  • Promote and sustain partnerships with responders and responder organizations across the nation at all levels
  • Help investigate cybercrime and cases involving digital evidence
  • Secure 911 emergency call systems from cyberattacks

S&T holistically examines responder technology and capability needs and safety requirements. Starting with first responder uniforms and working outward,

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HughesNet Satellite Internet High-Speed Broadband Internet Access by HughesNet

America’s #1 Choice for Satellite Internet is now better and faster than ever before.

With HughesNet® Gen5 Internet, all you need is a clear view of the southern sky to get 25 Mbps1 so there’s no more dialing-up, logging on or waiting around. With HughesNet, you can surf the Internet at super-fast speeds, work from home or manage a small business. HughesNet provides Internet access to areas where fiber, cable or DSL are not available.

Order HughesNet Online now or give us a call toll free at 1-888-255-1932 and one of our Satellite internet Specialists will be happy to assist you.

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  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • 25 Mbps download speeds, 3 Mbps upload speeds1
  • 24-month Commitment
  • Bonus Zone: 50 GB/mo of FREE data (2am-8am)
  • Data-saving features: Video Data Saver
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How Much Should a Website Cost? (The Official 2020 Guide)

Domain($0.95 to $12)

A domain name costs $0.95 to $12, per domain.

Your domain is the unique name that appears in your website’s URL

What is a domain?

It’s kind of like your online fingerprint — it’s specific to you. Although other websites may have domain names like it, your domain name is yours alone. However, to get the rights to your domain name, you must purchase it and register it annually, which factors into your initial and ongoing website costs.

Why does a domain matter?

Your domain name is essential because it creates an online identity for your website.

A domain name also establishes credibility with site visitors and potential customers while helping you grow your brand. It’s also valuable because if you ever change your hosting, your domain name will go with you.

If you’re interested in online advertising — or pay-per-click (PPC) advertising — your

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Learning Technologies | Learning Technologies

If you are looking for a rapidly growing career option in the digital learning technology space, you’ve come to the right place.

Our Highly Innovative and Practitioner Oriented Academic Programs

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Learning! 100 Award Winner

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The Division of Learning Technologies is a recipient of the 2014 and 2015 Learning! 100 Award which honors organizations that embrace collaboration, innovation, and high performance. In its 4th and 5th year, the ELearning! Media Group’s (EMG) Learning! 100 Awards recognize the top 100 organizations for their best-in-class learning and development programs, enabling a learning culture that creates outstanding organizational performance.

SMS texting from phone, computer & tablet

mysms – SMS texting from phone, computer & tablet



Why you should use mysms


We could tell you that mysms is available in 180 countries, has reached more than 1 million users and has synchronized 1 billion messages. But what really counts is what our users think of us:


Does what i need it to do! Really hate using my phone to send detailed messages for work… App makes it really easy to send them from my laptop.

Edward, 30.06.2015

AWESOME APP! It is on 3 devices of mine… I hate texting on my phone and love it when I am working to only use my laptop!!
Carri, 28.06.2015
Excellent!! Works perfectly! Synched
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Securing your Wireless Network







These days wireless networking products are so ubiquitous and inexpensive
that just about anyone can set up a WLAN in a matter of minutes with less than
$100 worth of equipment. This widespread use of wireless networks means that
there may be dozens of potential network intruders lurking within range of your
home or office WLAN. 

 






Most WLAN hardware has gotten easy enough to set up that many users
simply plug it in and start using the network without giving much thought
to security. Nevertheless, taking a few extra minutes to
configure the security features of your wireless router or access
point is time well spent. Here are some of the things you can do to
protect your wireless network:

1) Secure your wireless router or

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Teen Internet Safety Tips

Every web site has this thing called a “privacy policy.” It will tell you
how that web site uses all the personal information about you, like your name.
In some cases, though, when you’re not looking, some web sites ignore their
privacy policy and sell your email address to other companies. When you open
your email one day, you might have 150 spam emails in your inbox as a result.
If a web site is asking for too much information about you, take control and
leave the site. (Again, would you give this information to some older stranger
at the mall? Probably not.)


What about Nude Photos and Sex Sites?

You’ve probably come across some explicit sexual material on the Internet.
That’s because pornography is big business on the web. If you come across a
pornography site or get pornographic email, take control: Leave the site

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Latest version – v2.6.4 (build 573) – 1.99MB – released
20th February 2010

To download, simply click on any one of the download
icons in the table below

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Please see the Installation instructions
and Usage instructions for help.

Antic Magazine STart Magazine
Antic Magazine
Published 1982-1990. Full text available.
Focus: Atari 8-Bit computers, some Atari ST coverage
STart Magazine
Published 1986-1991. Full text available.
Focus: Atari ST computers, some Atari 8-bit coverage
Creative Computing Magazine A.N.A.L.O.G. Magazine
Creative Computing Magazine
Published 1974-1985. Full text of selected issues.
Focus: early personal computers
A.N.A.L.O.G. Magazine
Published 1981-1989. Full text of 10 issues.
Focus: Atari 8-bit and ST computers
Compute! Magazine Compute II
Compute! Magazine
Published 1979-1994. Full text of selected issues.
Focus: early personal computers
Compute II Magazine
Published 1980. Full text available.
Focus: Single-board computers
Compute!'s Gazette Creative Computing Video & Arcade Games Magazine
Compute!’s Gazette
Published 1983-1995. Smattering of articles available.
Focus: Commodore 8-Bit computers
Creative Computing Video & Arcade Games Magazine
Published 1983. Full text available.
Focus: arcade games, computer games, home video games
ST-Log Magazine Tandy Whiz Kids Comic Books
ST-Log Magazine
Published 1986-1989. Full text of 19 issues.
Focus: Atari ST computers
Tandy Whiz Kids Comic Books
Published 1982-1991. Full page scans available.
Focus: Tandy TRS-80 computers
Hi-Res Magazine ROM Magazine
Hi-Res Magazine
Published 1983-1984. Full text available.
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