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Global Inkjet Coders Industry (2020 to 2027) - Key Market Trends and Drivers - ResearchAndMarkets.com

The Galveston Daily News 01 Jul 2021
The "Inkjet Coders - Global Market Trajectory & Analytics" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering ... The Inkjet Coders market in the U.S ... TIJ Coder Segment to Record 4.3% CAGR. In the global TIJ Coder segment, USA, Canada, Japan, China and Europe will drive the 4% CAGR estimated for this segment.
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RTS for May 27

The Bradford Era 27 May 2020
NASA, ESA (European Space Agency) and JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) are inviting coders, entrepreneurs, scientists, designers, storytellers, makers, builders, artists, and technologists to participate in a virtual hackathon May 30-31 dedicated to putting open data to ...
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Bitcoin Turns Ten: A Blast To The Past

NewsBTC 30 Oct 2018
In spite of only seeing fleeting flashes of interest at the start, Nakamoto, who claimed to be a Japan-based coder, pushed ahead, launching Bitcoin v0.1 via Sourceforge on January 9th, 2009 ... However, as the brainchild of Nakamoto turned one, the pseudonymous coder’s involvement in the project waned, like a candle reaching the end of its wick.
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Japan Has Over 3.5 Million Cryptocurrency Investors

NewsBTC 11 Apr 2018
Japan Has Over 3.5 Million Cryptocurrency Investors, Says FSA ... There are at least 100 more waiting on registration from Japan’s Financial Services Agency (FSA) ... The popularity of cryptocurrencies in Japan is creating a shortage of coders and engineers with the experience and ability that it’s ever-growing market demands.
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Cryptocurrency Demand is So Strong That Japan Can’t Find Enough Coders

Helena Bitcoin Mining 06 Apr 2018
Japan is struggling to find enough coders and engineers to fill the seats of it’s booming cryptocurrency industry according to Reuters. Japan Needs More Qualified Coders When Coincheck was hacked in January losing $530 million worth of NEM tokens the company offered the excuse that it did not have the staff to maintain the security ... .
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Penn State vs. W.Va. 1974 - when a walk-on from Japan scored a touchdown in ...

Penn Live 21 Sep 2016
"[Ron] Coder, who played schoolboy football in Japan, was at left guard when the ball was snapped.". Coder told Christ, "I saw everybody run to the right corner of the end zone so I figured I might as well go there, too ... And Coder scored a touchdown ... And Ron Coder is perfectly willing to sing along.
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TV maker Panasonic says it has developed the world’s best weather model

Ars Technica 06 Apr 2016
The heavy lifting, in the form of sophisticated computer modeling and the processing power to run them, is still done by the large ECMWF center in Europe, NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Prediction in the United States, and similar forecasting services in Canada, Japan, and elsewhere.
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Bloodborne creator Hidetaka Miyazaki: ‘I didn’t have a dream. I wasn’t ambitious'

The Guardian 31 Mar 2015
In a rare interview, Hidetaka Miyazaki explains how he rose from unwanted coder to company president ... At a time when many believe the creativity of Japan’s once-bold video game industry is in decline, Miyazaki has captivated global audiences without compromising his vision ... “Unlike most kids in Japan, I didn’t have a dream,” he says.
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Booths at the Tokyo Game Show in 2004. The largest and main area of the show, it houses most of the video game companies such as Capcom, Sony and Square Enix as well as groups of overseas companies which are housed in pavilions such as the Beijing Pavilion and Canadian Pavilion.
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Tokyo Game Show: Sneak peaks of Bloodborne and Final Fantasy 15

The Guardian 18 Sep 2014
Beyond the major titles, the floor will be jammed with lesser-known Japanese role-playing games (JRPGs), mech brawlers and offbeat indie titles, both from Japan’s own dōjin scene of hobbyist coders and Western developers ... but it is huge in Japan, shifting almost ten million units.
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TRENDS: The fault finder Software tester

New Straits/Business Times 19 Aug 2013
Herman Md Tahir tells Rozana Sani more about his job and why he finds it so interesting ... That’s how I started,” he explains ... He says ... The speakers include leading software testing experts from the US, Europe, Japan and Australia. “The best part is that there is something for everyone including the junior coder testing his or her first program ... .
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Japan opportunity rising for software companies

DNA India 25 Feb 2012
Japan is now a potential Big Opportunity for Indian IT companies ... But realising all that potential may not be a cakewalk for Indian coders. In recent years, they did make some progress, but language barriers and clannish corporate culture in Japan tend to slow such progress. "Japan has been outsourcing for the past eight years.
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Drake performs during the Light Dreams and Nightmares Tour at the James L. Knight Center in Miami, FL USA September 21, 2010
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The Story Behind the Best Music Video of 2010

The New York Times 23 Dec 2010
Zen, acoustic guitars and OAuth. Those are the key ingredients of Mirror, a music video for the most recent single of the Japanese indie band Sour. Mirror isn’t like any music video you’ve ever seen before ... He joined with two coders in Japan and coordinated the production with them via Skype video chats ... Copyright 2010 GigaOm ... U.S ... N.Y ... .
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Gunstar Heroes and Spelunker return

The Guardian 23 Nov 2010
Gunstar Heroes ... Spelunker ... Originally devised by lone coder Tim Martin, the game became a hit in Japan in 1985 when Irem released a Famicom version ... The remake, which boasts 3D graphics, 100 new levels, and multiplayer modes, was originally released in Japan, but the appearance of a US version suggests a European release won't be far away ... .
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McAfee, Inc.: Localized Malware Takes Root

PR Newswire 21 Feb 2008
China has also become a breeding ground for malware writers, as a large number of skilled coders do not have legitimate work ... Japan. Losing to Winny -- Malware Spreads from Peer to Peer Winny, a popular peer-to-peer application in Japan, is prone to malware infestations that can cause serious data leaks.

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