Category: software engineering

Director Software Engineering | By The Players’ Tribune

By iwano@_84

Location: New York, NY

TPT is looking for a seasoned and progressive software engineer with a track record of solving problems with appropriate solutions. The role requires an analytical approach to determining when we buy vs. build, and how we foster a technology platform that powers a multitude of products.

Responsibilities:

  • Developing and delivering the TPT technical strategy
  • Owning the overall quality of the code, and the technology platform
  • Creating scalable solutions for our highly visible products
  • Leading the development efforts, and creating a motivating team environment
  • Driving daily collaboration with product managers and design team members
  • Actively contributing code, while providing hands-on team management
  • Owning the end-to-end software development efforts – from design, develop, test, deploy, maintain, and improve software
  • Managing the execution of product roadmap, both deliverables and deadlines
  • Managing the tactical execution of several parallel path products
  • Representing the technological complexity in all aspects of the product
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Engineering firm DEK Technologies looking to double its staff numbers

By iwano@_84

But now that has changed. DEK Technologies, the company that Mulla and his friends — Eddie Yim and Kerim Tanovic — started, is now looking to increase its employee base from a little more than 500 to 1000. And he has realised that one of the best ways of attracting people is to make his story known.

There is a lot about Mulla that is old school. One has to only speak to him for a little while — and given the COVID-19 lockdown in Melbourne I spoke to him on a Zoom call — to realise that he is almost embarrassed to talk about himself. Indeed, he is a very different person to the average business owner that one encounters in Australia – or any other country for that matter.

For one, he is very precise and does not keep talking when asked a question; he replies with

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Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) Market Latest Industry Scenario, Trends, Restrain & Future Forecast 2020-2026

By iwano@_84

The MarketWatch News Department was not involved in the creation of this content.

Sep 23, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
Selbyville, Delaware: Market Study Report adds Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) Market report 2018-2026 that offers an exhaustive coverage of the industry with brief analysis, data charts, figures, statistics that help take business decisions, company profiles and more.

According to a new study published by The marker, the global Computer Aided Engineering Market is anticipated to reach USD 11.86 billion by 2026. The increasing penetration of smartphones and tablets are the major factors driving the demand for CAE software.

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The developing economies worldwide are witnessing high increase in the demand for consumer electronics owing to rising affordability of the people. Further, augmented use of modern engineering modes including, 3D printing, building information modeling, concurrent engineering, and 3D modelling are bolstering the computer

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Global CFD Simulation Software Market Size 2020: Covid-19 Impact Analysis By Share, Key Finding Assessment to 2029

By iwano@_84

Pune, Maharashtra, India, August 31 2020 (Wiredrelease) Prudour Pvt. Ltd –: Market.us published a new industry research report on “Positive And Negative Impact Of Coronavirus/Covid-19 on Global CFD Simulation Software Market with detailed information break-down data by product types, segmentation by application, 2020 leading key players scenario visible among the impact of COVID-19 such as Altair Engineering, Convergent Science, COMSOL, EXA, Autodesk, CD-adapco, Dassault Syst mes, ANSYS, Mentor Graphics and NUMECA International. 

The CFD Simulation Software market has been pickup high-quality momentum in the latest years includes a thorough compilation of the quantitative analysis of the industry for a period of 10 years in order to assist players to grow in the market. A more extensive study of the product application and services conducted by subject matter experts assessing the CFD Simulation Software market displays data in a statistical format to offer a better understanding of the dynamics that will

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Tactical software ‘sprints’ forward | Article

By iwano@_84

Recent modernization throughout the Army has spawned several fast-moving initiatives designed to accelerate the timeline for developing and fielding tactical network and associated software-provided capabilities. Among these buzzword-driven efforts is Agile software development. Unlike traditional software development methods, in which several months or years can be spent on a product that is hopefully still relevant by the time it’s fielded to Soldiers, Agile focuses on rapid, iterative releases while frequently engaging with users to determine real-world needs.Long an industry practice, Agile continues to gain popularity within the DOD community. Agile breaks down the development process into small, easily managed, time-boxed iterations with set goals called “sprints.” Sprints are typically conducted every two to three weeks, depending on level of complexity. They include sprint planning, held at the beginning of each sprint cycle; sprint execution, which includes short daily meetings to identify accomplishments, plans and known obstacles; and a sprint retrospective

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Cyber Risk Management Leader Axio Strengthens Management Team with Director of Cyber Risk Engineering

By iwano@_84

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Axio, a leading cyber risk management Software-as-a-Service company, announced today the appointment of Eric Cardwell as the company’s Director of Cyber Risk Engineering. Mr. Cardwell will be responsible for addressing cyber risk requirements for industry clients, identifying government and trade association contracts, and driving innovation in the advancement of security and financial controls across the energy and utilities sector.

Cardwell brings nearly three decades of experience to his new role, and has a broad background in project management and compliance with continuous experience in cybersecurity, systems support, business continuity, policy development, identification of business and regulatory requirements, and translation of requirements for security and business solutions.

“Over the course of his career, Eric has established himself as a security, audit, and risk management leader. Eric brings a wealth of hands-on cybersecurity, power and utilities experience to the Axio team including previous roles at the Electric Power

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La Tech Doctoral civil engineering student earns internationally renowned fellowship

By iwano@_84

Louisiana Tech University Office of University Communications
Published 4:21 p.m. CT Sept. 24, 2020

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Louisiana Tech University Civil Engineering doctoral student Debojit Sarker has earned one of only 20 fellowships awarded to scholars worldwide by the Geosynthetic Institute (GSI) for the 2020-21 academic year.

The GSI initiated its fellowship program for exceptional students working on innovative, research related to the geosynthetic industry in 2008 and has continued to honor researchers who develop novel approaches to geosynthetics.

Sarker earned the GSI fellowship to complete his doctoral research on “Moisture Influence on Geosynthetic-Reinforced Pavement over Expansive Soils,” in which he is working on an engineering application to study the geosynthetic reinforcement for pavement on expansive soils.

The project is an expansion of a novel, straightforward methodology to identify expansive soil-induced stresses on highway pavement that

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Why a long-time marketer from $43 billion Atlassian decided to join a startup to spread the gospel of ‘chaos engineering’

By iwano@_84

Aileen Horgan, vice president of marketing at Gremlin
  • On Tuesday, the chaos engineering startup Gremlin announced that former Atlassian exec Aileen Horgan was its new its vice president of marketing.
  • Horgan previously spent seven years at the $43 billion software giant Atlassian, and she says she hopes to bring Atlassian’s experimental vision and “product mindset” to Gremlin.
  • Horgan will help market the field of chaos engineering, which was pioneered at Netflix and allows developers to safely break systems to make sure they can withstand outages and other vulnerabilities.
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

When Aileen Horgan agreed to meet the leadership of chaos engineering startup Gremlin this summer, she wasn’t looking to leave the $43 billion software giant Atlassian, where she spent seven years of her career. But the firm won her over: She joined as Gremlin’s vice president of marketing in August, the company announced Tuesday,

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Fisker Inc. To Establish New Technology Center In San Francisco

By iwano@_84

 – ‘Source Code’ office will support design and engineering of software systems to support the Fisker Ocean SUV and future portfolio expansion products

 – Downtown San Francisco location configured to enable employees to work flexibly between remote and office bases

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 24, 2020 /CNW/ — Fisker Inc. – designer and manufacturer of the world’s most emotion-stirring, eco-friendly electric vehicles and advanced mobility solutions – today announced details surrounding its first dedicated engineering and technology center, to be located in the Mission District of San Francisco. This facility will be the focal point and development center for the company’s software and vehicle electronics, including both in-car and Fisker data center elements.

“With the development of our first vehicle progressing at speed and the company scaling accordingly, we are now establishing the facilities that can support our expansion,” said Henrik Fisker, chairman and CEO of Fisker Inc.

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PLM Software Market in the Automotive Sector- Roadmap for Recovery from COVID-19 | Rise in IoT Integration to boost the Market Growth | Technavio

By iwano@_84

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Technavio has been monitoring the PLM software market in the automotive sector and it is poised to grow by USD 937.74 million during 2020-2024, progressing at a CAGR of over 3% during the forecast period. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment.

Although the COVID-19 pandemic continues to transform the growth of various industries, the immediate impact of the outbreak is varied. While a few industries will register a drop in demand, numerous others will continue to remain unscathed and show promising growth opportunities. Technavio’s in-depth research has all your needs covered as our research reports include all foreseeable market scenarios, including pre- & post-COVID-19 analysis. Download a Free Sample Report on COVID-19 Impacts

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