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Portrait of the software developer as an artist

Creating applications, data engineering and services across PCs, mobile devices, the cloud backbone and throughout the internet of things (IoT), the developer is the artist, the keyboard is the colour palette and the command line is the painter’s easel and canvas.

Art is categorised into a number of genres, such as classical, abstract, post-modern and renaissance. Similarly, software programming falls into various fields, categories and sub-genres, such as waterfall, agile, scrum or pair-based, rapid application development (RAD) and now low-code and no-code (for business people) in the wider spectrum of code creation.

Going deeper, some people would classify different programming types by the various language types, such as declarative, concurrent, data flow, functional, and so on. Others separate them out by target device as desktop, mobile, embedded firmware software development.

To add to the confusion of how to categorise software development, modern development practices are often associated with cloud-native, cloud-first

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Group offers new programming on West Bloomfield history

Among the virtual events the Greater West Bloomfield Historical Society has scheduled this year is a Roosevelt School 100th anniversary open house in October. The school is located in Keego Harbor.

 The Greater West Bloomfield Historical Society and West Bloomfield Parks have teamed up for some virtual programming events this year. One of the events scheduled for November is “D-Day: The Most Important Day in 2,000 Years.”

The Greater West Bloomfield Historical Society and West Bloomfield Parks have teamed up for some virtual programming events this year. One of the events scheduled for November is “D-Day: The Most Important Day in 2,000 Years.”

Photo provided by Cory Taylor

 In November, the Greater West Bloomfield Historical Society will present a virtual program on the 19th Amendment and women’s right to vote.

In November, the Greater West Bloomfield Historical Society will present a virtual program on the 19th Amendment and women’s right to vote.

Photo provided by Cory Taylor

WEST BLOOMFIELD — In a “step toward normalcy” during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Greater West Bloomfield Historical Society has positioned itself to continue to keep history alive for local residents via virtual programming.

At a July board meeting, GWBHS President Gina Gregory brought up the idea, and according to Cory Taylor,

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Deep dive into iconic computer brand’s “100% made in India” smart televisions



a colorful balloon in the sky: Hex 4K QLED TV range starts at Rs 59,999.


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Hex 4K QLED TV range starts at Rs 59,999.

Compaq is back. The iconic computer brand, which was once synonymous with compatibility and quality, has found a way to enter your household once again, this time in the form of smart televisions. Yes, Compaq-branded smart TVs are a thing now and even though the dynamics have changed since you last heard from the brand, the philosophy behind its new products in 2020 (and beyond) is still guided by the old-school ethos of compatibility and quality.

The Compaq-branded smart TVs are part of a strategic partnership between HP and Ossify Industries that allows the Delhi-based company to design, develop, and distribute them in India (and elsewhere). The announcement was first made in January and Ossify was well placed to launch the Compaq-branded smart TVs in India in April, but the plans were halted in the

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