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If you’re new to the field of software development, the toughest part of learning programming is deciding where to begin. There are hundreds of programming languages in widespread use, each with its own complexities and idiosyncrasies. The good news is that as you begin your journey as a software developer, you’ll start to discover which programming language will be most suitable for you, your interests, and your career goals.
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Both digital media and social media have grown to become an important part of business, particularly in relation to communication and marketing activities. Digital and social media enable the use of electronic communication for sharing ideas, content, information and messages. Digital media may include text messages, emails, internet based messaging services and web chats. Social media platforms include Facebook, Instagram, snapchat and Twitter for example.
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In collaboration with JOY creative agency, OFX stopped to review where the world is moving and discussed both technological and societal shifts that could shape the future of our industries and our world. Aaron Michie, Technology and Content Partner at JOY, shared his insights about current and future trends in our lives from our homes, cities and workplaces to our relationships and consumer experiences. This in-turn has resulted in concerns about the trust we place in our increasingly technological society, with data protection and security regulation at the forefront of discussion.
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What Is IoT?

The Internet of Things (IoT) describes the network of physical objects—“things”—that are embedded with sensors, software, and other technologies for the purpose of connecting and exchanging data with other devices and systems over the internet. These devices range from ordinary household objects to sophisticated industrial tools. With more than 7 billion connected IoT devices today, experts are expecting this number to grow to 10 billion by 2020 and 22 billion by 2025. Oracle has a network of device partners.
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The COVID-19 crisis is not only “one step further” in an established direction, but it stops and even reverses most patterns of economic and social development, including megatrends like urbanization and globalization. Lorenz Graf-Vlachy takes a look at how firms have historically dealt with crises of discontinuous change: how pharmaceutical companies responded to organizational crises in the form of product-safety problems, recalls and regulatory threats; how newspaper publishers responded to online news; and the early reaction of hotels to sharing-economy platforms like Airbnb. He draws key lessons for leaders trying to steer their businesses away from irrelevance amid the pandemic.
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