Amoeba-Based Computer Solves Traveling Salesman Puzzle

The New Stack

The traveling salesman problem is a well-known test for evaluating optimization algorithms. The post Amoeba-Based Computer Solves Traveling Salesman Puzzle appeared first on The New Stack.

6 Trends That Will Shape The Future Of Travel Business


When we talk about the travel fashion in favor, we need to take into account the expedition, present day scenario and the individuals who provide services to make the travel happen. What might be our next question is the need to invest in travel. Solo Travel.

An AI Lie Detector Is Going to Start Questioning Travelers in the EU


Soon traveling to Europe will depend on a lie detector test taken by an artificial intelligence tool. In Hungary, Latvia, and Greece, travelers will be given an […]. EU is planning to launch a six-month trial of iBorderCtrl, an AI lie detector that looks for “biomarkers of deceit”, at its external borders in Hungary, Latvia, and Greece. CTO Cyber Security News

Boost Your Productivity With Clever Travel Hardware


In this post, Toptal Technical Editor Nermin Hajdarbegovic takes a look at inexpensive and readily available travel hardware designed to boost your productivity on the road. You can put most of these gadgets on your summer shopping list without making a dent in your travel budget

How to Travel While Working: The Traveling Engineer's Survival Guide


As Co-Founder and COO, Breanden Beneschott has been effectively running Toptal, a venture-funded company growing hundreds of percent year over year, while traveling across the globe. Breanden shares his tips and experiences as a successful traveling engineer and entrepreneur, including his perspective on the benefits of this new lifestyle

How CIOs Can Get Travel Expenses Under Control

The Accidental Successful CIO

CIOs can end up spending a lot of their limited budget on travel Image Credit. One of the biggest drains on your budget can be travel expenses. What you need to do is to find a way to keep your travel expenses under control without appearing to come across as an overbearing boss.

Join us, travel the world, meet interesting people and coach them


As a true trailblazer, the role involves traveling on average three days a week, so it helps if that makes you happy to leave your house in the morning for the airport armed with a bunch of post-its, LEGO® bricks and of course a towel.

Why I'm Enjoying Travelling Less and Less

elsua: The Knowledge Management Blog

There used to be a time, long long time ago, where, to me, travelling all over the world, whether on business or on vacation, was just pure pleasure! Yes, indeed, travelling has always been one of my hobbies for as long as I can remember, even way before I embarked onto the unexpected world of business trips. One of those small, little treasures one could dedicate him/her-self to for the remaining of one's life.

Pack it folks, TSP solved

I'm Programmer

Programming Funny Images Programming Jokes TCP problrm Travelling Salesman Problem Travelling Salesman problem using Hamiltonian circuitThe post Pack it folks, TSP solved appeared first on I'm Programmer.

Make a resolution to clean up your digital act? Here’s how

The Parallax

Step 7: Prepare your devices for secure international travel. When you travel from one country to another, there’s a good chance you’re going to face border patrol. How To advice international password manager payment apps privacy security travel two-factor authentication VPN YubiKey

Productivity On The Road: Work Full-Time, Travel Solo, Have Fun


Do you have what it takes to travel the globe while working full-time? Can you work on the road while still finding enough time to take care of yourself and enjoy the adventures of travel? It’s not a lifestyle for everyone, but it’s probably not as tricky or demanding as you think, especially when you have a sense of purpose.

Travel the World, Meet new People, and Fight them

Jeremiah Grossman

My job requires me to travel a lot. I’ve also learned a couple of important lessons on what NOT to do: 1) Don’t visit an unfamiliar academy as an out of town traveler unless you are a solid blue belt level or above, which equates to at least a year or more of hard training experience.

A Digital Nomad Adventure: Traveling with Hacker Paradise


The nomadic lifestyle is not a vacation. There remains an impermeable barrier between the work world within the computer, and the real world outside of it. Yet there is so much intellectual stimulation and inspiration to be found on the road, it's a genuine shame that we can’t build on it in the work we do, and with those we find around us. Making that dream a reality is the goal of Casey Rosengren and Alexey Komissarouk, founders of Hacker Paradise

How to break a Monolith into Microservices

Martin Fowler

My colleague Zhamak Dehghani has trod this road several times and has distilled her experiences, together with those of our other colleagues, into a brief guide to help fellow travelers on the path.

Calma Chicha – Where Chill Out Meets Unconventional Contemporary Spanish Cuisine

elsua: The Knowledge Management Blog

Well, because, to me, it’s literally like coming back home over and over again but without leaving the island altogether, which is, as you can imagine, as good as it gets, as opposed to have to travel over 2.000 kms and back. .

Technologists: Time to dig into the State Department Bureau of Consular Affairs Tech Meltdown


The impact on passport applications means that US citizens that want to travel abroad will have a much harder time getting passports. Architecture Big Data CTO Cyber Security DoD and IC Bureau of Consular Affairs Database Passport Travel document United States By Bob Gourley. Stories are starting to make it into the tech media about what appears to be a massive melt-down of one of the nation’s most important IT systems.

Samsara – A Treat to All Senses

elsua: The Knowledge Management Blog

General Interest Gran Canaria Life Travelling Work Life Integration elsua-treats Gran-Canaria

La Tapita Los Jose’s – ¡Viva La Tapa!

elsua: The Knowledge Management Blog

General Interest Gran Canaria Life Travelling Work Life Integration elsua-treats Gran-Canaria

New Zealand defends its border device search policy (Q&A)

The Parallax

Customs agents who have a “reasonable suspicion” that a traveler has engaged in criminal activity such as child exploitation or drug trafficking can demand that travelers unlock their devices with a typed password or passcode, fingerprint, or facial recognition.

A Scrum Team Increases Their Velocity by Doing Less Work

They can make more decisions per unit of time — as though the team is travelling faster through time. Velocity is a measure of distance travelled over time. In other words, in Scrum, Velocity is the *distance travelled through the Product Backlog* over *Sprint Length*. More accurately, an increase in Velocity means the team is travelling further through the Product Backlog per Sprint. Sub-title: Breaking the Iron Triangle.


Aligning Your Strategy with the Purpose-Based Alignment Model

Cory Foy

Nearly my entire adult life I’ve traveled in some form or another. So when it comes to traveling I have a very experienced sense of what it’s going to [… In a band you drive on tour, and even when I was dating my wife I would drive from Florida to Virginia nearly every other weekend.

6 steps to create a recruiting budget (Template Included)

Hacker Earth Developers Blog

Remember there are expenses associated with candidates’ travel/accommodation, interviewer/recruiter travel and other miscellaneous expenses associated with interviewing. Make sure to include the cost associated with events, such as travel, lodging, and gifts, etc.

Personas in SCRUM


Below is an example of a Persona for a travel website. She is pursuing her passion for traveling after having a highly successful career as an attorney. She likes to have options while picking air travel and accommodation services so that she can choose the best and the most affordable.


AI Weekly: This machine learning report is required reading


Maybe it’s the nerdy thing you do when lounging with family this holiday season, or something you take in during a long walk or travel, but it’s worth a […]. The AI Index 2018 report is out, and if you’re interested in AI enough to read this newsletter, you really should read the report through for yourself. Artificial Intelligence CTO News

IBM Lotusphere 2009 Highlights

elsua: The Knowledge Management Blog

Relationships Knowledge Management Social Networking Wi-Fi Highlights Decent Access Initiative KM Conversations Remote Collaboration Learning DAI Dialogue Collaboration Travelling IBM Lotusphere09 Well, not many, I am afraid. At least, for now.

IBM Lotusphere 2009 Highlights

elsua: The Knowledge Management Blog

Relationships Knowledge Management Social Networking Wi-Fi Highlights Decent Access Initiative KM Conversations Remote Collaboration Learning DAI Dialogue Collaboration Travelling IBM Lotusphere09 Well, not many, I am afraid. At least, for now.

A Real-time Document Recognition SDK Comparison


Travel and identity document verification forms an integral part of sensitive processes like enrollment and registration, as well as in situations where certified identity is crucial – such as at border stations or during bank transactions. Reliable verification is vital to combating identity fraud and related criminal activities. Name Features & Benefits Available for Regula […]. Posts

Changes, Changes, Changes - Part III

elsua: The Knowledge Management Blog

Knowledge Management Social Networking Design Changes Blogging elsua Basics Blogging 101 KM Remote Collaboration Learning Lifestream Travelling Collaboration Template Changes Part III of the series of blog posts that focuses on some changes that I will be going through with my overall blogging. This one, perhaps the most important one, dealing with content and what you can expect from now onwards on this very same blog.

Changes, Changes, Changes - Part II

elsua: The Knowledge Management Blog

Tags: Metablogging Plugins About GD Star Rating Links Corporate Blogging WordPress Photos BlogLines Gran Canaria Milan Petrovic Camtasia Twitter Blogging Style Laura Whitehead Changes Feedback Corporate Blog Photography Picasa Design Changes Joost de Walk Blogging Sociable elsua MyBlogLog Archives Google Lifestream David Cramer Web Design Travelling Mac Flickr WordPress Plugins Template Changes

How NOT to do Social Media Marketing (and 5 ways to get better at it!)


Then there was the desire to look like a jet-setter, traveling to a new location — such as Las Vegas, the Bahamas and Los Angeles — every month for a year. Although she traveled some for work, Calveiro said, “If you break it down, a lot of the travel I was doing in 2016 was strictly for Instagram.”. In this case, it’s traveling with a focus on Instagram marketing instead of just traveling to have fun and see the world.

Making Large Data Sets Easy like Sunday Morning with the New PowerEdge R740xd2

Armughan Ahmad - Dell EMC

Cars and trains represent data traveling over the network at a rate that creates budgetary, space and performance constraints in the data center. When we think of large data sets, Monday morning spilled coffee, traffic congestion and unpredictable delays come to mind.

The Only Country in the World


In particular, software systems used by travelers often send a clear message: “This is the only country in the world. If you want to buy gas at the pump – as almost anyone who travels by car needs to do occasionally – and you don’t have a US zip code, you are out of luck.

Error'd: Stay Away From California

The Daily WTF

wrote, "I'm trying to register our travel insurance with ROL Cruises, but our travel policy has been rejected because it's under age." "Deep down, I knew this was one of the most honest labels I've ever seen," wrote Bob E. . "Some

Script & Style Show: Episode 13: Decentralized Identity with Daniel Buchner

David Walsh

In this episode: David and Todd return from travels to San Francisco, Oslo, and Iceland, Todd reveals he’s a new (dog) father, and they welcome guest Daniel Buchner, a Senior PM for Microsoft’s Decentralized Identity team.

Aggies Invent: Students Help Solve Real World Problems through Technology

Armughan Ahmad - Dell EMC

From gaming to health care to space travel — the sky is literally the limit with AR/VR. This guest post is written by Rodney Boehm is the Director of Engineering Entrepreneurship and an Associate Professor of Practice in the Texas A&M University College of Engineering.

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How Scrum Improves Gender Parity in the Workplace


From what I have read and experienced while traveling the world teaching Scrum, the rest of the globe isn’t much different or much better. How Scrum Improves Gender Parity in the Workplace. by Avi Schneier | January 22, 2019 | Blog. Equal treatment. Equal pay. Equal opportunities.


It’s time for data ethics conversations at your dinner table

O'Reilly Media - Data

In an era where fake news travels faster than the truth, our communities are at a critical juncture. quintillion records of data created every day, people are being defined by how they travel, surf the internet, eat, and live their lives.

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#DestinationDellEMC Embarks Across North America

Armughan Ahmad - Dell EMC

This RV traveled across the country visiting our customers and showcasing our client portfolio, including the latest XPS and Latitude systems, and our industry-leading displays and Precision Workstations. One of my favorite parts of my job, is hosting customers here in our hometown of Austin, Texas. But with everyone’s busy schedule, we realize you might not all have the chance to make it here. That’s why last year, we took our products on the road in our Destination Dell RV.

Web 2.0 Expo In Berlin - Day 3 Highlights

elsua: The Knowledge Management Blog

Here is the last one of the series of blog posts on the highlights from the Web 2.0 Expo in Berlin that I attended last week. A rather long entry which tries to capture what, to me, has been one of the best days ever at any conference I have attended this year. And here is why

Web 2.0 Expo In Berlin - Day 2 Highlights

elsua: The Knowledge Management Blog

Continuing further with the series of blog posts from the highlights of the Web 2.0 Expo in Berlin, here we go with Day 2