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Khan Academy Google Ideas Google Ideas: Conflict in a Connected World 33,917 views 9 months ago Conflict has existing from the dawn of time, but in today's world, global connectivity is changing the nature of modern conflict. We have seen how developments in technology have both empowered those caught in situations of conflict, such as the use of online tools to map conflict zones, or the emergence of online activism that has proven a powerful force in challenging repressive regimes. On October 20-22, 2013, in partnership with the Council on Foreign Relations and the Gen Next Foundation, Google Ideas hosted the 'Conflict in a Connected World' summit. To build awareness of how conflict is being transformed by today's connected technologies, a diverse group ranging from a wide range of geographies and disciples, were brought together to discuss the future of conflict in the digital era. Google.com/Ideas Show less
Spare Me From “Product Guys” Editor’s note: Guest contributor Aaron Harris is a co-founder of Tutorspree, the marketplace for tutoring. Follow him @harris, or take a lesson from him on Tutorspree. We’re seeing people move away from finance and law and towards a culture of building things. It’s great to see more people seek careers in technology. The problem, I find, is that so many people approach the transition poorly. But that claim generally comes with a fundamental misunderstanding of what it means to do product. And here’s my dark secret—a year and a half ago, I was sort of one of those “product guys.” When I decided I wanted to lead product, I went and talked to friends who were product managers. Realistically speaking, there are certain people who will never be able to lead product of any kind. Read About Face. Even with this as a starting point, you’re never guaranteed to become great at product. So, “product guys:” nobody is going to believe you or take you seriously until you prove it.
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DansCourses.com | Computer Networking Classes Taught by Dan Alberghetti Factory Images for Nexus Devices - Android This page contains binary image files that allow you to restore your Nexus device's original factory firmware. You will find these files useful if you have used the Android Open-Source Project, flashed custom builds on your device, and wish to return that device to its factory state. These files are for use only on your personal Nexus devices and may not be disassembled, decompiled, reverse engineered, modified or redistributed by you or used in any way except as specifically set forth in the license terms that came with your device. Flashing Instructions To flash a device using one of the system images below (or one of your own), you need the latest fastboot tool. From a compiled version of the Android Open Source Project. Once you have the fastboot tool, add it to your PATH environment variable (the flash-all script below must be able to find it). Caution: Flashing a new system image deletes all user data. To flash a system image: Once the script finishes, your device reboots.
Learn to Program: The Fundamentals About the Course A computer program is a set of instructions for a computer to follow, just as a recipe is a set of instructions for a chef. Laptops, kitchen appliances, MP3 players, and many other electronic devices all run computer programs. Programs have been written to manipulate sound and video, write poetry, run banking systems, predict the weather, and analyze athletic performance. This course is intended for people who have never seen a computer program. It will give you a better understanding of how computer applications work and teach you how to write your own applications. Recommended Background This course is intended for people who have never programmed before. Suggested Readings This online course is intended to be self-contained, but if you want additional reading material you will find that Practical Programming (2nd edition): An Introduction to Computer Science Using Python 3 matches the course material closely. Course Format