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Open Sourcing Cubert: A High Performance Computation Engine for Complex Big Data Analytics | LinkedIn Engineering

We're seeking intelligent problem solvers who are inspired and motivated to change the world.
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Too Late To Start? Why Success Doesn't Have An Expiration Date

Too Late To Start? Why Success Doesn't Have An Expiration Date | Earthquake Engineering | Scoop.it

Does success really have an expiration date? Is there an actual deadline you have to meet before you cant be successful? And if you answered yes to all of these questions, whats the best age to succeed? Let me break it down for you; time has, with no exceptions what so ever, no expiration date. It’s never too early to start a venture. It’s never too late to become great. Whatever rationalized concept or idea you have, imagining that there is a strict correlation between age and success, forget about it! Because at the end of the day success is what we all strive for and the only people who “cant” achieve it, are the ones who put up imaginary barriers between them and their goal.


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Patience's curator insight, August 15, 2014 5:31 PM

 

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You just need to recognise your skills can be transferred..

John Leith's curator insight, August 17, 2014 8:05 PM

Most people who are successful try try and try again.

If we were all to fall over at the first hurdle, nothing would be achieved.

Some of the worlds super brands didn't enjoy great success the first time around.

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Analytical uncertainty quantification for modal frequencies with structural parameter uncertainty using a Gaussian process metamodel | Engineering

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The Windows XP upgrade question: Windows 7 or Windows 8?

The Windows XP upgrade question: Windows 7 or Windows 8? | Earthquake Engineering | Scoop.it
Microsoft is ending support for Windows XP on April 8. While you're technically free to keep using the 12-year old operating system, doing so may put you at greater security risk for attack as future vulnerabilities go unpatched.

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Meshless Computational Methods - Engenya GmbH

Meshless Computational Methods - Engenya GmbH | Earthquake Engineering | Scoop.it
Other techniques such as finite difference/volume, finite element, and boundary element have been typically used to tackle complex engineering problems that often require extensive meshing; however, meshless methods ...
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Save Shukhov Tower, Engineers and Archtiects Implore Putin - Engineering News Record (subscription)

Save Shukhov Tower, Engineers and Archtiects Implore Putin - Engineering News Record (subscription) | Earthquake Engineering | Scoop.it
Engineering News Record (subscription) Save Shukhov Tower, Engineers and Archtiects Implore Putin Engineering News Record (subscription) Internationally renowned structural engineers and architects are calling on the Russian President Vladimir...
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Social Media Tips for Structural Engineers | Structural Engineering Blog

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How To Download All Your Personal Data From Facebook

How To Download All Your Personal Data From Facebook | Earthquake Engineering | Scoop.it
Storing information in the cloud is great, but sometimes it's nice to have your personal data right on your hard drive. There's a way to export your personal information from your various Google accounts, and now you can on Facebook, too.

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Cloud Computing Trends for 2014

Cloud Computing Trends for 2014 | Earthquake Engineering | Scoop.it
Cloud computing has experienced an exponential rise over the past few years. To be precise, by the end of the year 2013, almost 60% of small to medium sized

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Dagostino Electronic Services, Inc.'s curator insight, August 15, 2014 8:06 AM

Cloud computing is a hot topic, especially with BYOD.  See which other trends make the 2014 list.

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Award Winning Seismic Engineer Joins IVI International, Inc. - Insurance News Net (press release)

Award Winning Seismic Engineer Joins IVI International, Inc. - Insurance News Net (press release) | Earthquake Engineering | Scoop.it
Award Winning Seismic Engineer Joins IVI International, Inc.
Insurance News Net (press release)
As a member of the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, he was recently named to EERI's Concrete Coalition Advisory Committee.
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7 Ways To Use Google Tools To Maximize Learning

7 Ways To Use Google Tools To Maximize Learning | Earthquake Engineering | Scoop.it
There are a boatload of awesome Google tools that we use every day. And they’re free, too, which tends to be a big winner for teachers and students. Free is probably the number one reason for giving Google’s tools a try – you haven’t lost anything but a bit of time if you decide you …

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Young Researchers Push the Limits of Structural Engineering - Sourceable

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The Young Researchers' Conference is hosted every year by The Institution of Structural Engineers to showcase the very best in structural engineering research.
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Google Alert A Great Tool to Help Student Researchers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Google Alert A Great Tool to Help Student Researchers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Earthquake Engineering | Scoop.it

"Google Alert allows you to create alerts around topics you are interested in and start receiving emails with updates about your search query. For instance as a doctoral student with a research interest in emerging literacies , I have created an alert with the name " emerging literacies" and each time something new published online with those key words in it I get an email with a link to it. This keeps me abreast of the latest releases in my area of research. I also use Google Alert to track down authors and scholars whose works are related to my research areas. I simply create a Google Alert with their names as the alert titles and next time they publish something I get it first. Another way to use Google Alert is to create an alert about yourself by using your full name and anytime somebody mentions you somewhere online you will instantly receive an email with a link to it."


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Maria Richards's curator insight, April 3, 2014 3:20 PM

Time for me to use it!

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One-Click One-to-One Free VideoConferencing with Awesometalk

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wanderingsalsero's curator insight, March 23, 2014 1:59 AM

I'm fascinated by these kinds of tools.

Shelley Costello's curator insight, May 1, 2014 11:51 PM

everyone love free and easy.

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Computational Solid Mechanics - Formation Continue UNIL-EPFL

Computational Solid Mechanics - Formation Continue UNIL-EPFL | Earthquake Engineering | Scoop.it
To address this challenge, an open source Finite Element software called Akantu* has been developed by the Computational Solid Mechanics Laboratory. Akantu is composed of robust physics-based numerical methods suitable for ...
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