SMART Modular Technologies announced its exact fit memory support for the Industrial Internet of Things applications. Compared to the consumer-oriented Internet of Things, IIoT is distinct as its applications have specific memory requirements with applications that need memory-intensive analytic capabilities. IIoT includes new applications like Artificial Intelligence solutions that will be used in industrial settings for predictive maintenance, embedded security, automation and other use cases that require low-latency application acceleration.SMART provides long-term support for IIoT applications, which require extended service life of more than 10 years in many cases. As IIoT application requirements evolve, SMART can scale its products to higher densities, higher speeds and lower latencies—all backed by SMART’s in-house system testing to ensure quality, reliability and interoperability. Additionally, SMART offers a full family of specialty memory solutions such as NVDIMMs with encryption that can support low latency system requirements with security.SMART’s technical and customer support teams have the experience to enable them to anticipate product life cycle changes to service OEMs more efficiently. SMART provides product change notifications and locked bill of materials part numbers in an effort to help OEMs mitigate any legacy memory supply disruptions.SMART is showcasing its line of Specialty Memory solutions at embedded world.Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInMoreRedditTumblrPinterestWhatsAppSkypePocketTelegram Tags: Chips & Components Continue Reading Previous TQ: embedded module featuring i.MX8M technology and LPDDR4 memory up to 4 GBNext Microchip: SAM R30 module provides multiple years of battery life for proprietary networks
MORGANTOWN, WV – NOVEMBER 04: Will Grier #7 of the West Virginia Mountaineers takes the field against the Iowa State Cyclones at Mountaineer Field on November 04, 2017 in Morgantown, West Virginia. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)With word leaking out that Dana Holgorsen would take the job at Houston a few days ago, athletic director Shane Lyons has wasted little time in finding West Virginia football’s next head coach.Holgorsen leaves WVU after eight seasons at the helm of the Mountaineers, finishing with a 61-41 record, and 38-32 mark in the Big 12. His Mountaineers lost in this year’s Camping World Bowl to Syracuse.While a willing move from the Big 12 to the AAC is a curious one for a coach, the Cougars are reportedly paying Holgorsen a record deal for a Group of Five coach.For those who thought his tenure at WVU had grown stagnant, this could be seen as a mutually beneficially opportunity for Holgorsen and the Mountaineers.According to a new report, we are very close to finding out who the program’s next head coach will be.Neal Brown, Luke Fickell, and Tony Gibson have reportedly been interviewed for the West Virginia football job in the last two days.Brown and Fickell are the successful young coaches at Troy and Cincinnati, respectively. Gibson is the current defensive coordinator in Morgantown. A hire could come by this weekend.From WV MetroNews:West Virginia administrators are wrapping up a 48-hour period in which they staged interviews with Cincinnati’s Luke Fickell, Troy’s Neal Brown and current Mountaineers defensive coordinator Tony Gibson. The aim is to name a replacement for football coach Dana Holgorsen by the weekend.“We’re going to be thorough, but at the same time, we’re going to be swift,” athletics director Shane Lyons said Thursday.Lyons had known for several days that Holgorsen was taking the job at Houston, but Holgorsen’s reps did not give West Virginia official notice until after 2 p.m. on Wednesday. In the meantime, Lyons began vetting candidates.“We were hoping everything would happen quicker on the other end, but it wasn’t and I couldn’t slow down,” Lyons said.Brown has made waves at the Group of Five levels with his Trojans’ wins at LSU and Nebraska over the last two years. A number of analysts have called him the clear choice for the job.Fickell is familiar with WVU President Gordon Gee from both of their lengthy tenures at Ohio State. Lyons says that Gee is directly involved in the hiring process. Fickell served as the interim coach for the Buckeyes between Jim Tressel and Urban Meyer’s tenures, and coached under Meyer until he took the Cincinnati job before last season.His Bearcats went 11-2 this season with a Military Bowl win over Virginia Tech.Gibson has the players’ vote, as coaches already on staff so often do in these situations. Per the report, he is a “longshot” for the head coaching job, though.West Virginia finished 74th in total defense and 67th in scoring defense this year, surrendering 138 total points to Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, and Syracuse during WVU’s 0-3 finish to the year.It is unclear if other coaches could get involved for the job, but Brown and Fickell are particularly solid candidates who would continue to get big-time looks going forward.[WV MetroNews]
Rabat – Thousands of Moroccan fans are expected to attend the FIFA Club World Cup final between Spain’s Real Madrid and San Lorenzo from Argentina scheduled to take place in the Grand Stadium of Marrakech tonight.Moroccan fans are planning to chant slogans to hail Mohammed VI’s decision to suspend Sports Minister, Mohammed Ouzzine, from his duties related to the tournament, in addition to criticizing the government for its lack of action in the wake of the Moulay Abdellah Stadium fiasco.Local media sources quoted by Hespress website said that fans are planning to chant slogans such as “O King of the poor, protect us from the thieves”, adding that they will call for the monarch’s intervention to defeat corruption and public officials involved in stealing taxpayers’ money. Controversy has been growing in Morocco since Moroccan public was dismayed at seeing the deplorable conditions of the pitch of Prince Moulay Abdellah stadium in Rabat, which had been recently renovated, turn into a “swimming pool.”Pictures and videos of the field’s deplorable condition were widely shared on social media all over the world.King Mohammed VI asked Prime Minister, Abdelillah Benkirane to open a thorough and comprehensive investigations to determine the responsibilities for such irregularities that marked the quarter-finals of the FIFA Club World Cup last weekend in Rabat, and to suspend the Minister from any activities in relation to this international sport’s event, including his presence in the final match, awaiting the results of the said investigation.
Dr. Treki today arrived in Yemen for several days of talks with senior officials in that country’s Government. He will then travel to Kuwait and Bahrain before wrapping up his trip next Wednesday.On Monday, he visited Damascus for discussions with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad that covered the role of the UN in the Middle East and the need for reconciliation among the Palestinians.The two men also exchanged views on disarmament and non-proliferation of nuclear weapons in the light of the upcoming international meetings on the two issues – the General Assembly’s thematic debate on 19 April, and the review conference of the Non-Proliferation Treaty on 3 May.Dr. Treki extended an invitation to Mr. Assad to attend the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) summit in New York in September.The President of the General Assembly also had talks with Syria’s Vice-President Farouk al-Sharaa on regional matters and Dr. Treki’s initiatives on thematic debates on disarmament, dialogue among civilizations and peacekeeping.Dr. Treki invited Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem to attend the upcoming thematic debate on the Middle East. Mr. Muallem commended Dr. Treki for his role in the revitalization of the General Assembly and reiterated the position of the League of Arab States on the expansion of the Security Council. 7 April 2010The President of the General Assembly has begun the second leg of a 15-day, four-nation trip to the Middle East after earlier holding talks with top Syrian officials that focused on the role of the United Nations in the region.
As aid agencies continue seeking $111 million to help Somalia rebuild, hundreds of refugees have already returned with the start of UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) repatriation convoys to the north-western region. Some 220 people returned from Djibouti to the self-declared republic of Somaliland in the northwest last Friday, bringing to more than 430 the number who have gone back since the middle of February. They were met at the Loyada border crossing by authorities from Somaliland’s Ministry of Repatriation and UNHCR workers based in Hargeisa, the capital of the increasingly prosperous region. Each head of family receives nine months of food aid from the UN World Food Programme (WFP), plus a repatriation grant of $40 per person, as well as blankets, cooking sets, sleeping mats, tarpaulins and hygiene supplies from UNHCR. Over the last 13 years, more than 867,000 refugees have returned to Somalia, including more than 467,000 on convoys and airlifts organised by the UN refugee agency. An agreement by various Somali leaders in talks in Kenya in late January to establish a new parliament has given rise to hopes of repatriation for many of the 400,000 who remain in exile, mainly in neighbouring countries but also further afield, due to the continued instability in many areas of their homeland. Other voluntary repatriation movements planned this year include returns from eastern Ethiopia’s camps. Significant obstacles still remain, as Somalia’s long civil war destroyed infrastructure, including hospitals, schools, water and sanitation systems and roads. Economic collapse, drought and a ban on livestock exports to the Persian Gulf states have also had a dramatic effect, and prompted many Somalis to flee to the Arabian Peninsula and Europe.
Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. The Telegraph understands that in light of research and pressure from charities and MPs, Defra is considering tightening regulations to cover conditions at trainers’ kennels, and providing funding for rehoming so healthy dogs are not put down.Anna Turley MP is one of many Members of Parliament who have been pushing for tighter regulation on the industry and has said there should be a centralised register of greyhounds so the government can see what happens to the animals after they retire.She told The Telegraph: “”With the horse racing industry, the scale of injuries and deaths isn’t as bad, horses are far more expensive than greyhounds and dogs need to be treated as living animals and not seen as dispensible.”We would like to see some best practice on responsible ownership, better regulation on ownership, a centralised database of dogs rather than informal recording, so we could see what happens and see what protections need to be put in place. It’s been very difficult even to get these figures.”Mr Laurie also said more needs to be done to promote ex-racing greyhounds as pets; while many see them as high-maintenance, they are ideal for first-time dog owners.He explained: “We take in many ex-racing greyhounds at Battersea – over 100 already this year. Many people think they’re high maintenance and need a lot of exercise. This is rarely the case and most Greyhounds are quite lazy dogs that would rather spend their time lounging on a comfortable sofa. Greyhounds can make wonderful pets, particularly for first time dog owners.”A Defra spokesperson said: “The government agrees with the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs committee that the industry has to be more transparent about the destiny of retired racing greyhounds.“We have recently reviewed the regulations for racing greyhounds and are considering whether they should be extended.” Greyhounds must be given the same protection as race horses, MPs and animal charities have said, as they demand protection for the dogs while they are in kennels.At the moment, there are no rules for how the dogs are treated while in kennels, where they spend 95 per cent of their racing lives – and no way to tell if the animals are being mistreated, neglected or abused.The government has promised to act after new figures released earlier this year showed 348 greyhounds were destroyed in a year because of lack of funds for veterinary care, and a lack of willing homes for retired dogs.Battersea Dogs and Cats Home has urged the government to give the dogs protection while they are in racing kennels, and to force the racing industry, which reaps hundreds of millions of pounds in profit each year from greyhounds, to contribute to their veterinary costs. This would mean hundreds of dogs may not have to be put down each year.Battersea’s Deputy Chief Executive, Peter Laurie, said :“Currently racing tracks are subject to statutory regulations, but trainers’ kennels are not. As we estimate that a racing Greyhound spends 95% of its time at a trainer’s kennels, Battersea strongly believes these should be brought into the scope of the regulations.“Battersea is also concerned that improvements to Greyhound welfare are being held back because the industry is significantly underfunded. Although betting firms make large profits from Greyhound racing, many are failing to make a contribution to Greyhound welfare and the regulation of this industry. We are calling for the existing, voluntary levy to be made compulsory.” The government is looking into providing further protection for greyhounds while they are in kennelsCredit:PETA via AP
The latest issue of International Mining Project News, out today, has reports on 23 prefeasibility studies, three feasibility studies, and 26 projects in development, ten new mines that have gone into production, five existing operations that are expanding, four merger and acquisition announcements, and many new appointments to new positions. The report covers 28 gold projects, 18 copper projects, nine iron ore, seven silver and six coal projects, four molybdenum projects, three on rare earths and zinc, two tin, antimony and tungsten projects, and one project each for base metals, lithium, anorthosite, iron sands, manganese, nickel, precious metals, phosphate, ferromanganese, silicomanganese, diamonds, graphite, cobalt and mineral sands. This fortnightly project watch is a great way of keeping up to date with your peers – other mining companies, other consultants or other engineering companies. These issues build into a global mine project overview. If you are a supplier – it is full of potential sales leads.Atacana Pacifica Gold has reported that gold recoveries of up to 76% have been achieved from column percolation leach tests undertaken on 141 mm crushed gold mineralisations from its Cerro Maricunga oxide gold project in Northern Chile. The 76% non-agglomerated and 68% agglomerated were achieved from coarse crushed material grading 0.39 g/t Au from two 563 kg column tests from a surface trench cutting the Phoenix Zone.Trans-Tasman Resources (TTR) has submitted a mining permit application under the Crown Minerals Act with New Zealand Petroleum and Minerals to extract iron sands in the South Taranaki Bight off New Zealand’s North Island’s west coast. The application covers an area of 65.76 km2 within the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) between 22 km and 35 km off the coast of Platea within one TTR’s existing prospecting licenses.Thunder Mountain Gold’s underground mine development at its South Mountain, joint venture project called Owyhee Gold Trust in Idaho, US continues development at ‘excellent pace’. The underground development is focusing on enlargement of the main Sonneman level to 3.7 m by 3.7 m to accommodate future production. Mining in the drift has advanced 412 m from the portal, and the first significant historic ore zone, the Laxey zone, was encountered in May at about the 275 m mark. Planned underground drilling will commence once the Sonneman has been developed another 183 m toward the DMEA zone, estimated for mid-September. The initial underground detailed drilling will target the down dip extension of this zone.Avalon Rare Metals has provided a progress update on its Nechalacho rare earth elements project, Thor Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada. The company has been focusing on optimising the project development model outlined in its feasibility study (FS), the results of which were released on April 17, 2013. Optimisation goals include lowering capital and operating costs, reducing environmental impacts, enhancing metallurgical recoveries and improving overall operational efficiency.Cockatoo Coal’s Baralaba expansion project has been declared by the Queensland Minister for State Development, Infrastructure and Planning as a ‘prescribed project’ in accordance with part 5A of the Queensland State Development and Public Works Organisation Act 1971. This enables the Queensland Coordinator-General, if necessary, to intervene in approvals processes for the construction, maintenance and operation of a project to ensure timely decision making. This declaration covers the Baralaba expansion project and all supporting infrastructure.Rio Tinto has reached a binding agreement for the sale of its 80% interest in Northparkes to China Molybdenum for $820 million. Rio Tinto CFO, Chris Lynch, said: “The sale of Northparkes represents great value for our shareholders and demonstrates our continued focus and discipline in the way we allocate capital across the Group.”
The criminal justice reform bill recently signed into law is intended to save money and reduce the state’s prison population by eliminating the factors that contribute to recidivism, or the revolving door of offenders repeatedly returning to prison.Listen nowA defendant confers with his court-appointed defense attorney during an arraignment at the Dimond Courthouse in Juneau. (Photo by Matt Miller, KTOO – Juneau)The measure includes a small tweak to current law that allows non-violent and low-risk offenders to quickly get back on their feet.Tucked inside the mammoth bill were a few small sections that adds an SEJ, or suspended entry of judgement as a form of deferred prosecution. An SEJ will likely be imposed for those first offenders who have a high likelihood of rehabilitation and reintegration into society.Quinlan Steiner is head of the Public Defender’s Office and a member of the Alaska Criminal Justice Commission, the panel that developed a series of recommendations that became the foundation of Senate Bill 91.“That has to be a negotiated plea agreement,” Steiner said. “That can only be done with the agreement of the prosecution.”After a guilty plea, an offender who agrees to an SEJ may serve a little jail time – if at all, and be ordered to undergo treatment, pay restitution and fines, and spend time on probation instead of a longer prison sentence. If they successfully follow through, then it could mean a brand new start with a clean slate. The case would be dismissed.“Because the conviction would have never entered, never formally entered and then the plea withdrawn,” Steiner said.The concept of deferred prosecution is not new. Former Alaska Supreme Court Justice Alexander Bryner said they revised Alaska’s criminal code in the 1980s. New statutes modeled after other laws allowed for a suspended imposition of sentence or SIS. It’s similar to the new SEJ, but only the sentence is suspended. The former defendant would still have a conviction of record.Lemon Creek Correctional Center in Juneau. (Photo by Lisa Phu, KTOO – Juneau)An SIS is usually imposed in cases in which youthful, first-time offenders are charged with a low-level property crime, and it’s not available for driving under the influence and some crimes against another person, like domestic violence.“There were individual cases in which there were complaints about leniency, but overall I think that judges statewide were pretty good about reserving those kind of sentences for truly deserving people where in many, many cases the prosecution wouldn’t oppose,” Bryner said.SIS’s are not uncommon. According to statistics provided by the Alaska Court System, as many as 4-percent of felony offenders and 2-percent of those charged with misdemeanors each year may receive an SIS. That may not sound like much. But that’s between 700 and a thousand people each year who not serving their time in a prison cell. And, with costs up to 158-dollars a day for each inmate (according to a 2015 report on recidivism), that could be as much as $40 million dollars a year that is not being spent for incarcerating low-level or low-risk offenders.When imposing an SIS, a judge may tell a defendant that their case will be set aside. Early on, that may have been misunderstood as the case going away or being expunged from criminal records. That’s not true.Steiner described what “set aside” really means.“It just doesn’t serve as a prior conviction for presumptive sentencing purposes, but it can be considered as a prior event in your criminal history,” Steiner said.And because there’s still a conviction of record, the case would still show up in CourtView, the court system’s online database.Entrance to one of the courtrooms in the Dimond Courthouse in Juneau. (Photo by Matt Miller, KTOO – Juneau)Tom Wagner, a Juneau attorney who works on contract as a public defender for city misdemeanor cases, said that was a problem for former offenders really making an effort to get back on their feet.“When they’re vetting candidates for a job, rather than paying to get a rapsheet from the Department of Public Safety which would say “conviction set aside,” employers would go to Courtview and see that the person had a theft conviction and decide not to hire them,” Wagner said.Wagner recalled one specific example of a former client dealing with prospective employer.“It was a gray area there,” Wagner said. “I had one person who lost their job with the state because they had claimed on their employment application that they had no convictions. And then, they found out that they had.”In another example, a Kenai woman expected she could apply for a nurse’s aide certification after receiving an SIS for forgery and theft and the conviction was set aside in 2003. But the Alaska Supreme Court upheld the Board of Nursing’s denial. She was still convicted of a crime. There was also too much similarity in the relationship she had with the vulnerable victims of her earlier crimes and the relationship she would have with her prospective patients.Justice Bryner wrote the partial dissent in that case, saying he wasn’t satisfied with how the board reached its decision.“The issue in cases of this kind never arises except for people who have successfully done what they were supposed to do, who have completed everything, and who have successfully established that they are capable of being reformed and not recidivating,” Bryner said.Justice Bryner also served on the Alaska Criminal Justice Commission which determined that publicizing records for those with an SIS could negatively affect their ability to obtain housing, assistance, or a good job. Unemployment and lack of stable housing have been identified as major factors contributing to recidivism, or offenders quickly reoffending and returning to prison.View of the jury box in one of the courtrooms in the Dimond Courthouse in Juneau. (Photo by Matt Miller, KTOO – Juneau)During a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing in March, North Pole Senator John Coghill explained that on-line court records will be removed for those who complete treatment programs, serve their time, and satisfy conditions of the SEJ, or suspended entry of judgement.“It’s going to be on Courtview while it’s active,” Coghill said. “That was something that the Office of Victim’s Rights wanted also. Just like many other things, once that judgement is satisfied, then you pull the shade down.”Under a separate bill signed into law this year, Courtview records are removed in cases in which charges are dropped or dismissed, or the defendant is acquitted at trial. But case files at the courthouse or the microfilm archives would not be affected and they would remain intact.Coghill was one of the Legislature’s representatives to the Alaska Criminal Justice Commission and the lawmaker who sheparded Senate Bill 91 through the legislative process last session. The bill grew to 123 pages before it was signed into law by Governor Bill Walker July 15._____________________________________________________________________Related reading: Expungement and Limiting Public Access to Alaska Criminal Case Records in the Digital Age from the University of Alaska Anchorage Justice Center.
Intensifying the prevalent dispute between New Delhi and the world’s largest seed-making company, Monsanto withdrew and application seeking approval for the next generation of genetically modified (GM) cotton seeds in India.The company’s local partner in India sent a letter strongly objecting to a government proposal that would force Monsanto to share its technology with local seed companies. India is Monsanto’s biggest market outside of America, Reuters reported.The conglomerate also loses millions of dollars in revenue every year over the price for the GM cotton seeds due to which there exists tension between Monsanto and the Indian government. Withdrawal of the application could result in further loss to the company and delay its effort to introduce its new seed, called Bollgard II Roundup Ready Flex technology, in the Indian market.Cotton farmers in India could be hit due to the decision since the new seed variety helps fight against weeds, which sap the cotton crop of vital nutrients and depress yields, the agency reported. It could also put the government under pressure when it comes to making India look attractive to foreign investors.Monsanto’s technology partner in India, Maharashtra Hybrid Seeds Co Ltd (Mahyco), had particularly spoken about a government proposal that would force the world’s largest seed-making company to share its technology in a letter dated July 5. The letter stated that the proposal “alarmed us and raised serious concerns about the protection of intellectual property rights.” It added that Mahyco would again submit an application “at a suitable time.”The government withdrew the order temporarily following protests by Monsanto and other seed companies worldwide. It decided to ask for feedback from stakeholders, which it is now evaluating.Mahyco also asked regulator Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC) to return data and other material submitted by it as part of the application, Reuters reported. According to a government official, the regulator has done the same.Mahyco applied to the GEAC for approval of the new GM seed some time in 2007. The application was in the final stages of a tedious and time-consuming process, which included years of field trials.India had first permitted GM cotton cultivation in 2002 when it approved the company’s single gene Bollgard I technology. In 2006, the double gene Bollgard II was approved, which helped India become the world’s top producer and second-largest exporter of the fibre after output jumped four-fold.Bollgard II Roundup Ready Flex would push up crop yields at a time when farmers have complained about the existing variety losing its effectiveness. Even then, over 41 million GM cotton seed packets were sold in 2015, earning royalties of 6.5 billion rupees for Monsanto, the agency reported.
Share Chip Somodevilla/Getty ImagesSpecial counsel Robert Mueller makes a statement about the Russia investigation on Wednesday at the Justice Department.Updated at 11:11 a.m. ETSpecial counsel Robert Mueller, speaking publicly for the first time since the beginning of the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, says he is resigning.“We are formally closing the special counsel’s office,” Mueller told reporters at the Justice Department on Wednesday morning.Mueller’s investigation ran from May 2017 to March 2019.Mueller said he did “not believe it is appropriate” for him to testify before Congress, as House Democrats have asked. Mueller said he would not be taking questions from reporters Wednesday, either. “The work speaks for itself,” he said of his report.House Democrats have also issued a subpoena for the full, unredacted text of his report and his supporting evidence — which the Justice Department won’t provide.Attorney General William Barr says the grand jury material in Mueller’s report must remain secret under federal regulations and has recommended more broadly that the work is protected under executive privilege.The White House was notified Tuesday night that Mueller might make a statement, an official told reporters there on Wednesday morning.The statement also follows an account in a new book, Siege: Trump Under Fire by Michael Wolff, that described the special counsel’s office as having prepared an indictment for Trump in connection with alleged obstruction of justice — the focus of Volume II of Mueller’s report.No such indictment was ever unsealed, and Mueller’s report described the decision by him and his office not to attempt to bring charges against the president as in keeping with the Justice Department’s policy prohibiting that.A spokesman told NPR that the documents described in the new book don’t exist.Copyright 2019 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org.
Google Algorithm Detects Lung Cancer Better Than Human DoctorsStargazing Technology Could Soon Be Used to Detect Cancer Stay on target A wearable medical device has proven effective among patients with brain cancer.Optune, when used in conjunction with standard temozolomide chemotherapy, significantly improved median overall survival rates for glioblastoma patients.“Glioblastoma is the deadliest primary malignancy of the central nervous system for adults,” according to Roger Stupp, professor of neurological surgery at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and associate director for strategic initiatives at the Robert H Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center of NU. An estimated 12,500 people are diagnosed with GBM in the US each year.Two decades ago, Stupp said, the majority of glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) patients died within less than one year; long-term survival was nearly unheard of. Now, with the development of Optune, one in seven patients is living longer than five years.OptuneThe noninvasive, portable system includes an electric field generator and transducer arrays—papery sheets applied to a shaved scalp. During its 18-plus hours of wear each day, Optune delivers low-intensity electric fields (tumor treating fields) meant to disrupt the growth of cancer cells.Between July 2009 and November 2014, Stupp enrolled nearly 700 people newly diagnosed with glioblastoma in a clinical trial: 466 were randomly assigned temozolomide and TTFields delivered by the Optune; 229 were randomly assigned temozolomide alone.Final results tip a median survival rate for Optune users at 21 months, compared with 16 months for those receiving temozolomide alone.Optune patient Michael Davies (Novocure)“TTFields are an entirely new treatment modality,” Stupp said. “We need to continue to think outside the box to find other new treatments and then we need to learn how best to combine them with existing treatment modalities to ensure maximum patient benefit.”The team leader presented his results at Sunday’s American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting 2017 in Washington, D.C.“Beyond GBM, I believe this trial establishes an entirely different approach to cancer treatment with minimal toxicity,” Stupp said, suggesting the technology may be adapted for treatment among “many other cancer types.”
Software infrastructure has, over the last decade or so, become a key concern for developers of all stripes. Long gone are narrowly defined job roles; thanks to DevOps, accountability for how code is now shared between teams on both development and deployment sides. For anyone that’s ever been involved in the messy frustration of internal code wars, this has been a welcome change. But as developers who have traditionally sat higher up the software stack dive deeper into the mechanics of deploying and maintaining software, for those of us working in system administration, DevOps, SRE, and security (the list is endless, apologies if I’ve forgotten you), the rise of distributed systems only brings further challenges. Increased complexity not only opens up new points of failure and potential vulnerability, at a really basic level it makes understanding what’s actually going on difficult. And, essentially, this is what it will mean to work in software delivery and maintenance in 2019. Understanding what’s happening, minimizing downtime, taking steps to mitigate security threats – it’s a cliche, but finding strategies to become more responsive rather than reactive will be vital. Indeed, many responses to these kind of questions have emerged this year. Chaos engineering and observability, for example, have both been gaining traction within the SRE world, and are slowly beginning to make an impact beyond that particular job role. But let’s take a deeper look at what is really going to matter in the world of software infrastructure and architecture in 2019. Observability and the rise of the service mesh Before we decide what to actually do, it’s essential to know what’s actually going on. That seems obvious, but with increasing architectural complexity, that’s getting harder. Observability is a term that’s being widely thrown around as a response to this – but it has been met with some cynicism. For some developers, observability is just a sexed up way of talking about good old fashioned monitoring. But although the two concepts have a lot in common, observability is more of an approach, a design pattern maybe, rather than a specific activity. This post from The New Stack explains the difference between monitoring and observability incredibly well. Observability is “a measure of how well internal states of a system can be inferred from knowledge of its external outputs.” which means observability is more a property of a system, rather than an activity. There are a range of tools available to help you move towards better observability. Application management and logging tools like Splunk, Datadog, New Relic and Honeycomb can all be put to good use and are a good first step towards developing a more observable system. Want to learn how to put monitoring tools to work? Check out some of these titles: AWS Application Architecture and Management [Video] Hands on Microservices Monitoring and Testing Software Architecture with Spring 5.0 As well as those tools, if you’re working with containers, Kubernetes has some really useful features that can help you more effectively monitor your container deployments. In May, Google announced StackDriver Kubernetes Monitoring, which has seen much popularity across the community. Master monitoring with Kubernetes. Explore these titles: Google Cloud Platform Administration Mastering Kubernetes Kubernetes in 7 Days [Video] But there’s something else emerging alongside observability which only appears to confirm it’s importance: that thing is the notion of a service mesh. The service mesh is essentially a tool that allows you to monitor all the various facets of your software infrastructure helping you to manage everything from performance to security to reliability. There are a number of different options out there when it comes to service meshes – Istio, Linkerd, Conduit and Tetrate being the 4 definitive tools out there at the moment. Learn more about service meshes inside these titles: Microservices Development Cookbook The Ultimate Openshift Bootcamp [Video] Cloud Native Application Development with Java EE [Video] Why is observability important? Observability is important because it sets the foundations for many aspects of software management and design in various domains. Whether you’re an SRE or security engineer, having visibility on the way in which your software is working will be essential in 2019. Chaos engineering Observability lays the groundwork for many interesting new developments, chaos engineering being one of them. Based on the principle that modern, distributed software is inherently unreliable, chaos engineering ‘stress tests’ software systems. The word ‘chaos’ is a bit of a misnomer. All testing and experimentation on your software should follow a rigorous and almost scientific structure. Using something called chaos experiments – adding something unexpected into your system, or pulling a piece of it out like a game of Jenga – chaos engineering helps you to better understand the way it will act in various situations. In turn, this allows you to make the necessary changes that can help ensure resiliency. Chaos engineering is particularly important today simply because so many people, indeed, so many things, depend on software to actually work. From an eCommerce site to a self driving car, if something isn’t working properly there could be terrible consequences. It’s not hard to see how chaos engineering fits alongside something like observability. To a certain extent, it’s really another way of achieving observability. By running chaos experiments, you can draw out issues that may not be visible in usual scenarios. However, the caveat is that chaos engineering isn’t an easy thing to do. It requires a lot of confidence and engineering intelligence. Running experiments shouldn’t be done carelessly – in many ways, the word ‘chaos’ is a bit of a misnomer. All testing and experimentation on your software should follow a rigorous and almost scientific structure. While chaos engineering isn’t straightforward, there are tools and platforms available to make it more manageable. Gremlin is perhaps the best example, offering what they describe as ‘resiliency-as-a-service’. But if you’re not ready to go in for a fully fledged platform, it’s worth looking at open source tools like Chaos Monkey and ChaosToolkit. Want to learn how to put the principles of chaos engineering into practice? Check out this title: Microservice Patterns and Best Practices Learn the principles behind resiliency with these SRE titles: Real-World SRE Practical Site Reliability Engineering Better integrated security and code testing Both chaos engineering and observability point towards more testing. And this shouldn’t be surprising: testing is to be expected in a world where people are accountable for unpredictable systems. But what’s particularly important is how testing is integrated. Whether it’s for security or simply performance, we’re gradually moving towards a world where testing is part of the build and deploy process, not completely isolated from it. There are a diverse range of tools that all hint at this move. Archery, for example, is a tool designed for both developers and security testers to better identify and assess security vulnerabilities at various stages of the development lifecycle. With a useful dashboard, it neatly ties into the wider trend of observability. ArchUnit (sounds similar but completely unrelated) is a Java testing library that allows you to test a variety of different architectural components. Similarly on the testing front, headless browsers continue to dominate. We’ve seen some of the major browsers bringing out headless browsers, which will no doubt delight many developers. Headless browsers allow developers to run front end tests on their code as if it were live and running in the browser. If this sounds a lot like PhantomJS, that’s because it is actually quite a bit like PhantomJS. However, headless browsers do make the testing process much faster. Smarter software purchasing and the move to hybrid cloud The key trends we’ve seen in software architecture are about better understanding your software. But this level of insight and understanding doesn’t matter if there’s no alignment between key decision makers and purchasers. Whatever cloud architecture you have, strong leadership and stakeholder management are essential. This can manifest itself in various ways. Essentially, it’s a symptom of decision makers being disconnected from engineers buried deep in their software. This is by no means a new problem, cloud coming to define just about every aspect of software, it’s now much easier for confusion to take hold. The best thing about cloud is also the worst thing – the huge scope of opportunities it opens up. It makes decision making a minefield – which provider should we use? What parts of it do we need? What’s going to be most cost effective? Of course, with hybrid cloud, there’s a clear way of meeting those issues. But it’s by no means a silver bullet. Whatever cloud architecture you have, strong leadership and stakeholder management are essential. This is something that ThoughtWorks references in its most recent edition of Radar (November 2018). Identifying two trends they call ‘bounded buy’ and ‘risk commensurate vendor strategy’ ThoughtWorks highlights how organizations can find their SaaS of choice shaping their strategy in its own image (bounded buy) or look to outsource business critical applications, functions or services. T ThoughtWorks explains: “This trade-off has become apparent as the major cloud providers have expanded their range of service offerings. For example, using AWS Secret Management Service can speed up initial development and has the benefit of ecosystem integration, but it will also add more inertia if you ever need to migrate to a different cloud provider than it would if you had implemented, for example, Vault”. Relatedly, ThoughtWorks also identifies a problem with how organizations manage cost. In the report they discuss what they call ‘run cost as architecture fitness function’ which is really an elaborate way of saying – make sure you look at how much things cost. So, for example, don’t use serverless blindly. While it might look like a cheap option for smaller projects, your costs could quickly spiral and leave you spending more than you would if you ran it on a typical cloud server. Get to grips with hybrid cloud: Hybrid Cloud for Architects Building Hybrid Clouds with Azure Stack Become an effective software and solutions architect in 2019: AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate Guide Architecting Cloud Computing Solutions Hands-On Cloud Solutions with Azure Software complexity needs are best communicated in a simple language: money In practice, this takes us all the way back to the beginning – it’s simply the financial underbelly of observability. Performance, visibility, resilience – these matter because they directly impact the bottom line. That might sound obvious, but if you’re trying to make the case, say, for implementing chaos engineering, or using a any other particular facet of a SaaS offering, communicating to other stakeholders in financial terms can give you buy-in and help to guarantee alignment. If 2019 should be about anything, it’s getting closer to this fantasy of alignment. In the end, it will keep everyone happy – engineers and businesses
LA PAZ, Bolivia — Bolivia announced plans Thursday to build a $300 million nuclear complex, including a research reactor, with Russian technology and help from Argentina. Facebook Comments Related posts:Bolivian president asks to see child born to ex-girlfriend Will the Nicaragua Canal ruin the ‘Galapagos of Central America’? Nicaragua can’t stop dreaming of a canal Bolivians rebuff Evo Morales, in latest blow to Latin American left President Evo Morales told reporters the center will include a cyclotron for radiopharmaeuticals, a multi-purpose gamma irradiation plant and a research reactor.The project has drawn criticism from opposition politicians and raised public fears over the environmental impacts of the project.But Morales insisted, “It poses no risk to humans or to Mother Earth.”“It doesn’t contaminate the ground, nor water, nor air.”The government initially planned to establish the research complex on the outskirts of La Paz, but protests by residents of the area last month scrapped that plan.The government now plans to build the complex on a 20 hectare (50 acre) site in Los Altos, an industrial city adjoining La Paz.Bolivia signed an accord earlier this month with the Russian state company Rosatom to support the project.Bolivia has previously signed nuclear agreements with France and Argentina, and the International Atomic Energy Agency has said it will help the Bolivians establish world-class security standards.In October 2010, Morales announced agreements with Iran to use its technology to build a nuclear power plant in Bolivia, but nothing has been said publicly about it since.
Top Stories Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement The vice presidential job has assumed new importance because of Chavez’s recent struggle with cancer and rumors have circulated that Maduro is being groomed as his successor.Jaua will be the ruling party’s candidate for the governorship of Miranda, Venezuela’s second largest state, which is the power base of Henrique Capriles, the rival Chavez beat in Oct. 7 elections.Among the Cabinet changes was the appointment of Gen. Nestor Reverol as the new minister of the interior and justice, replacing Tareck El Aissami, who will run to be governor of Aragua. Reverol had led Venezuela’s anti-drug body.Adm. Carmen Melendez is the new head of the Office of the Presidency, replacing Erika Farias, who will seek the governorship of the west-central state of Cojedes.New ministers of information and communication, agriculture, the environment and indigenous peoples were also sworn in.In the swearing-in ceremony aired on state television, Chavez called on his new ministers to continue “the fight to transform the old capitalist and bourgeoisie state … into a socialist state.”He also called for greater government efficiency.Chavez won 55 percent of the vote in the election, beating Capriles by 11 percentage points. Chavez has been in power for almost 14 years and his new term is for six more years. (Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project How Arizona is preparing the leader of the next generation Comments Share Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Sponsored Stories The difference between men and women when it comes to pain Associated PressCARACAS, Venezuela (AP) – Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez swore in his new vice president and six other Cabinet ministers on Saturday, less than a week after winning a new mandate to extend his self-styled Bolivarian revolution.Former Foreign Minister Nicolas Maduro replaced Elias Jaua as Chavez’s vice president. The 49-year-old Maduro, a burly former bus driver, is considered the member of Chavez’s government with the closest ties to Cuba’s Fidel and Raul Castro. Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona
Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) will set up Executive Lounges at 48 locations across the country, as reported by Manoj Sinha, Minister of State for Railways. These lounges promise value added services at a charge, and will offer facilities such as Wifi Internet, buffet services, wash and change, concierge services for pre-departure and post-arrival assistant to passengers, similar to the facilities provided at the airports. Executive lounge at New Delhi Railway station has started operations.The locations include Delhi, Nizamuddin, Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Amritsar, Jammu, Agra Cantonment, Bhopal, Nagpur, Vijayawada, Chennai Central, Bangaluru City, Trivandrum Central, Madurai, Kozhikode, Ernakulam Junction, Madgaon, Mumbai Central, Lokmanya Tilak Terminus, Bandra Terminus, Vadodara, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Ajmer, Kathgodam, Bhubaneshwar, Lucknow, Lucknow Junction, Varanasi Cantonment, Kalka, Hyderabad, Secunderabad, Pune, Bilaspur, Ranchi, Raipur, Dhanbad, Tatanagar, Guwahati, Visakhapatnam, Puri, Sealdah, Howrah, New Jalpaiguri, Patna, Gorakhpur, Allahabad, and Kanpur.
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