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Mashable. In the dozen or so years between mid-aughts bombs Catwoman and Elektra and last weekend's Wonder Woman, we've had roughly 40 major superhero movies starring men.
Fortunately, it looks like Wonder Woman will be no mere one-off anomaly. Code camp helps students learn programming, web development. OMAHA, Neb.
(WOWT) -- For a select group of students, school is not out for the summer. Monday was the beginning of a unique, seven-week course designed to teach students all about programming and web development. Highlander Code Camp students all have different goals, but they know to achieve them, they need to understand how the technology around them works. "The purpose of the camp is to get young people excited about technology as early as we can,” said lead instructor David Dugger. For seven weeks, these students will learn critical skills that will allow them to be leaders in new technology. My Top Five Spring Anime Picks. A flood of kids movies this year may backfire on toy sellers. The $20 billion toy industry is getting drunk on movies.
With a record 30 kids’ flicks coming out this year, all with toy tie-ins, retailers and manufacturers are betting big — maybe too big, some say — on Hollywood to ring up sales. With each blockbuster, a wave of gizmos and plush toys hit store shelves, barely giving kids and their parents time to savor or save up before the next flick unspools and its merchandise hits retail. Take the start of the summer movie season later this month. Six kids’ movies will be released in just five weeks, including Buena Vista’s “Cars 3” on June 16 and Paramount’s “Transformers: The Last Knight” on June 23. In fact, two kids’ movies — DreamWorks Animation’s “Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie” and Warner Bros.’ Mobile app a big hit at this year's Black Hills Regional Job Fair. Laurel Horsley put an accountant’s attention to detail to good use in preparing for Wednesday’s Black Hills Regional Job Fair.
Horsley, of Summerset, efficiently made the rounds among prospective employers at the 18th annual job fair at Rushmore Plaza Civic Center, providing copies of her resume and talking with company representatives about her qualifications in the accounting field. She has been sending out a lot of applications, she said, since being laid off at her previous job at a Rapid City concrete company. Wednesday’s job fair was her first, and she was prepared, with pre-printed resumes prepared for specific companies and more general resumes for other potential job opportunities. She also carried a clipboard in case she needed to fill out any application forms. 4 Anime to Binge Before Their Season 2 Debuts. Share.
The spring anime season is bringing back some great action series. Toonami Was an Anime Gateway for Millennials. Modern Web Development. Crunchyroll Reveals the Voting Data Behind the 2016 Anime Awards! ANIME NEWS: With giant expectations, ‘Attack on Titan’ to hit the stage：The Asahi Shimbun. After conquering TV and film, the “Attack on Titan” manga series is set to trample the stage in summer this year.
Details of “Live Impact: Attack on Titan” remain a mystery, but it will be a fully immersive, fast-moving experience for the audience, an insider said. “Attack on Titan” is an action-packed dark fantasy by Hajime Isayama that runs in the Bessatsu Shonen Magazine comic anthology. Set in a post-apocalyptic world, the story is about humanity’s desperate battle against human-devouring giants.
The manga has sold more than 60 million copies and spawned TV anime and live-action film adaptations. Questions fan might be asking about the stage adaptation are how it can bring giants on stage and how the Vertical Maneuvering Equipment, which helps members of the Survey Corps fight the monsters, is handled. The stage production is also raising expectations from fans about who will play which characters in the ensemble cast story.
Prepare To Be Amazed At This Defenders Cosplay. App Annie: Worldwide app downloads grew 15% and revenue soared 40% in 2016. Downloads, revenue, and time spent in apps all grew by double digits during 2016, according to a report by market researcher App Annie.
Time spent in apps grew more than 20 percent to nearly 900 billion hours in 2016, according to the year-end report. That’s just one sign that the global app economy saw healthy growth during the past year. In its year-end retrospective, App Annie said U.S. time spent in apps grew more than 25 percent. Worldwide, downloads increased 15 percent by more than 13 billion across both iOS and Google Play. Above: Revenue paid to publishers grew 40 percent to $89 billion in 2016. Image Credit: App Annie The platform owners paid out nearly $89 billion in revenues to publishers from in-app ads and app store revenue, up 40 percent from the year before. The $89 billion figure includes revenue paid to third-party app stores and advertising revenue. During the year, India grew massively, surpassing the U.S. as the No. 1 country by Google Play downloads. Uk.businessinsider. Blog — WordPress.