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The most in demand skills you need for an open source job

Dec 06, 2016 03:59 pm

With coding and software development in serious need of talent, it’s essentially a graduate’s market, but you still need the right combination of skills and attributes to beat the competition. When it comes to open source and DevOps, a deeper understanding is essential.

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Equinix buys 29 data centres from Verizon in a $3.6bn deal

Dec 06, 2016 03:30 pm

Data centre player Equinix is acquiring a portfolio of 29 data centres from US telecoms giant Verizon in an all-cash transaction of $3.6bn.

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Is it possible to be paid too much money?

Dec 06, 2016 01:30 pm

You have a secure job. They pay you extremely well. As a result, you live comfortably. How could you not be happy?

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It’s Showtime for Irish cinema analytics start-up after €1.2m Alibaba funding

Dec 06, 2016 01:19 pm

Showtime Analytics, an Irish analytics start-up for the cinema industry is getting the red carpet treatment from Chinese giant Alibaba that has invested €1.2m in the company.

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The 10 hottest tech jobs of 2017

Dec 06, 2016 12:44 pm

As we near the end of 2016, we start to look towards next year and the job opportunities it could bring. Here, Hays Recruitment’s James Milligan highlights the top tech jobs of 2017.

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Amgen’s Adrian Bennis: Ireland at the cutting edge of fighting cancer

Dec 06, 2016 12:00 pm

Amgen’s Adrian Bennis, spoke at Inspirefest 2016 about how the Irish-based company is developing new weapons in the war against cancer.

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130,000 Eir customers at risk of hack, reset your modems now

Dec 06, 2016 11:19 am

A flaw in Eir’s wireless modems has exposed 130,000 customers to a hack, with the company requesting that customers reset their devices to access software upgrade.

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How to win friends and influence colleagues

Dec 06, 2016 10:51 am

You might not be in the market for a new set of friends, but it’s important that you get along with your colleagues. Here’s how to win them over for a happier work environment.

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New Google Earth Timelapse opens our eyes to 32 years of climate change

Dec 06, 2016 10:04 am

With the power of decades of satellite imagery for our planet, a new Google Earth Timelapse project is opening our eyes to the visible effects of climate change on the planet.

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Parrotlets, lasers and tiny goggles show drones are flying all wrong

Dec 06, 2016 09:50 am

Goggle-wearing parrots flying through lasers and aerosols have shown modern flight models on animals to be inaccurate, posing concerns for drone manufacturing.

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