Now in its ninth year, the awards continue to celebrate South African creative agencies for their innovative use of social and digital media.
The agency won five awards for four clients, including:
- the South African Presidency
- the Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation
- Heartlines, and
“This is truly an affirmation of the hard work and industry expertise we invest in our bouquet of services such as web development, content marketing, design and social media,” says Tara Turkington, CEO of Flow Communications.
“We are also grateful to our clients for placing their trust in us, enabling us to produce remarkable work for them, which has been recognised yet again at the awards,” adds Turkington.
Flow managing director Tiffany Turkington-Palmer says, “It is humbling to receive these awards, as it is a reflection of our strong and long-term partnerships with so many clients. We are pleased that our work continues to be appreciated and it would have not been possible without the commitment and dedication of the highly experienced team at Flow.”
Flow Communications won the following 2021 New Generation Awards:
Blogging Excellence by an Agency
- Gold for Flow Communications / Maropeng: Maropeng blogs
Best Social Media Reach from an Event
- Silver for The South African Presidency / Flow Communications: The 2021 State of the Nation Address, and
- Bronze for the Desmond Tutu International Peace Lecture / Flow Communications: Desmond Tutu International Peace Lecture.
- Silver for Maropeng / Flow Communications: Maropeng blogs
Best Corporate Website
- Bronze for Heartlines / Flow Communications: Heartlines website
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Despite numerous commitments to partner with local actors more meaningfully, there is dramatic underinvestment in local and national organisations (LNOs) – less than 1% of ODA, and only 0.4% of humanitarian assistance, reached local actors directly in 2018.
If local actors are going to realise a central role in funding and design processes (which is a prerequisite for them to have more voice and power in humanitarian and development priorities and efforts), mechanisms to leverage more funding from bilaterals – who account for over 95% of ODA – are key.
Leading ODA funders are unable to make significant direct investments into individual LNOs. They need an intermediary that can coordinate a holistic response, at scale, that is grounded in the evidence base for impact. Existing intermediary models do not address donor needs: traditional intermediaries continue to monopolise the system without ceding power, and many local initiatives and programmes focus on individual sectors, are short term (e.g. pooled funds), and/or focus on individual leaders rather than a multi-dimensional response.
The vast majority of bilateral donor funding is channelled into programmes that are delivered through partnership models – coalitions or consortiums of international, national and local actors working together to deliver multi-dimensional program activities, typically through a UN or INGO intermediary structure. This is also often the case with government-led models, where design and implementation sit with centralised government structures rather than engaging local governments through decentralised mechanisms. The difficulty with these models is that they are typically based on a ‘sub-contracting” format, with high overhead costs, with local actors having little to no power and funding ceded directly to them.
Making Science, a technology and digital marketing consultancy specialising in e-commerce and digital transformation, announced its continued momentum with the hiring of six key team members.
– Fernando Gavarro as CRO Team Lead
– Javier Villar Almirón as CRO Technical Account Manager
– Amaia Iriondo as CRO Customer Success Manager
– Ken Rader as Director of Client Success
– Pete Krystopa as Director of New Business
– Claire Hurtubise as Senior Manager of Client Success
These six additions bring considerable expertise to the Making Science group. Fernando brings years of web analytics tools development, data analysis, and leadership training experience, having been a senior web analyst and Google Analytics consultant at Metriplica, where he assisted companies in implementing Google Analytics and other testing tools to improve their conversion rates. Javier’s proven track record with both software and hardware systems will streamline the technical team’s efforts. Amaia aims to develop and maintain mutually beneficial relationships between Making Science and its customers. Ken’s ability to unify digital marketing, emerging technology, and the customer experience will create value and drive growth across all departments of the organisation. Pete has extensive experience in successfully integrating companies into untapped markets through consistent outreach and focusing on business development fundamentals. Claire’s knack for uncovering insights on consumer behaviour will be vital in helping clients construct optimal plans of action to reach their target markets.
“All six of these wonderful and hard-working individuals have proven that they have what it takes to take our personalisation and client success efforts to the next level,” said Making Science CEO José Antonio Martínez Aguilar. “They each bring a unique skill set that will help us immensely as we continue to grow. We could not be more thrilled to welcome Fernando, Javier, Amaia, Ken, Pete, and Claire to our team.”
Fernando’s business prowess in web and data analytics will be key as he looks to inspire his colleagues, as well as provide clients with the best digital asset and personalisation performance capabilities on the market. Prior to joining Making Science, he worked as a senior web analyst and Google Analytics consultant at Metriplica. While there, he assisted companies in implementing Google Analytics and other testing tools to improve their conversion rates. Fernando has also taught web analytics and CRO classes as an instructor at ELISAVA, a Barcelona-based school of design and engineering.
Javier boasts a background in computer science and analytics that meshes perfectly with the overall vision of the Making Science CRO technical team to provide top-of-class, privacy-compliant solutions to clients from around the globe. Javier previously worked at Metriplica in a number of roles, including as a CRO technical consultant, a digital technical consultant, and a technical analyst consultant.
Amaia’s ability to connect with professionals throughout the world along with her attention to detail and creative thinking process will provide the CRO team a relationship-driven leader committed to building long-term trust with every client. She has been at the forefront of the digital marketing and CRO industries throughout her career, most recently working as a CRO consultant and project manager for Metriplica. While there, she implemented data analysis strategies designed to maximise client development and success. She has worked in a number of additional roles in the marketing world, including as a data analyst and strategist at LIN3S, a digital marketing technician at donosTIK and a marketing assistant at Nestlé S.A.
Ken brings extensive leadership experience in digital product development, strategy, research, and analytics. He is eager to generate actionable strategies for Making Science’s clients and convert those strategies into measurable business results. Ken has spearheaded a number of profitable campaign efforts in the past, including 5 years as a senior associate and project manager at PwC, digital marketing director at HackerU, and senior manager of digital and social innovation at Carnival Cruise Line.
Pete’s proven customer-centric approach will be instrumental in educating potential clients about what Making Science is and how the company can be an essential resource for them. Pete started his career in digital marketing sales at Monetate, where he was a market development manager. He has also spent time at Pepperjam as director of lead development and at Slyce as VP of business development – Consumer Apps.
Claire has managed a wide array of clients in challenging and creative executions in the past and is passionate about motivating and working alongside her colleagues to exceed client expectations. Prior to joining the Making Science team, Claire ensured client success as digital project manager at global brand and customer experience agency Young & Rubicam. She also worked as digital project manager at Wunderman, StarMedia, and Media 8.
The six hires will play critical roles in advancing Making Science’s plan to further expand its innovative technology offerings and presence throughout the globe. Fernando, Javier, and Amaia are based in Spain. Meanwhile, Ken and Claire are based in the Miami area, and Pete is based out of Philadelphia. These new hires underscore Making Science’s commitment to investing in both local and international talent.
Sky will premiere its upcoming Sky Original documentary “Hawking: Can You Hear Me?”, described as the human story behind one of the 20th century’s best known scientific minds, Stephen Hawking, on Sept. 20. The broadcaster has also shared a new first-look image – a family photograph made available to the public for the first time – to accompany the announcement. In the photo, Professor Hawking can be seen with his then wife Jane and children Robert and Lucy on their California estate in 1974.
The documentary will feature interviews and archival footage provided by family and colleagues, many of whom are speaking publicly for the first time since Hawking’s death in 2018. Rather than focusing on Dr. Hawking’s tremendous achievements in cosmology, the feature examines the human cost of generational genius. Contributors include Hawking’s children Robert, Lucy and Tim, his first wife Jane, and several renowned scientists who were influenced by Hawking’s life and work.
“After more than five years collaborating with the late Stephen Hawking and his close family and friends, and with exclusive access to their family archive, we have finally been able to tell his extraordinary story from the inside, by the people who really knew him,” said Emmy and Bafta-winning producer Anthony Geffen.
“Hawking: Can You Hear Me?” is produced for Sky by Atlantic Productions. Oliver Twinch directed.
BBC Studios Documentary Unit has commissioned “Grenfell: The Untold Story,” a new feature-length documentary for Channel 4 which uses previously unpublished footage shot by the tower’s artist in residence to provide a new perspective on one of the most tragic fires in modern U.K. history. Constantine Gras, a community artist who filmed much of the tower’s £10 million ($13.78 million) refurbishment in the years before the fire, including the use of highly combustible cladding applied to the building’s exterior. Gras also documented the efforts of the Grenfell Residents Group to raise concerns with the property’s landlord, the TMO, about the work being done on the towers at that time. “Grenfell: The Untold Story” will air on Channel 4 on Wednesday, Sept. 8th. It’s directed by James Newton and produced by Daisy Ayliffe with Kirsty Cunningham and Jessie Versluys on as executive producers.
Priti Shahani, the Bollywood producer behind acclaimed films such as “Talvar,” “Raazi” and “Badhaai Ho” has launched her new production outfit Tusk Tale Films with thriller “Phantom Hospital,” based on an investigation into the Indian healthcare system.
The film will mark hit Malayalam-language filmmaker Mahesh Narayanan‘s (“Malik,” “Take Off,” “C U Soon”) debut in Hindi-language films. The screenplay of “Phantom Hospital” is by Akash Mohimen and Narayanan. The film is a co-production between Tusk Tale Films and investigative journalist Josy Joseph‘s company Confluence Media.
Bipoc TV & Film has launched a new Showrunner Training Bootcamp workshop for mid to upper-level writers and creators working in Canada. Executive producer Anthony Q. Farrel will lead the Bootcamp, which will feature several guest instructors and panelists from the U.S. and Canadian industries. The program will train up to 50 Canadian Bipoc – Black, Indigenous or people of color – writers on topics such as best practices in managing and staffing their writing rooms, managing production and post-production schedules, and managing relationships with stakeholders, including production companies and broadcasters. To qualify, candidates must have or have had a TV or web series in development with a Canadian broadcaster or production company, a minimum of a co-producer credit on a Canadian TV or web series, or a story editor credit on an animated series. The Bootcamp was co-designed by writer and producer, Jinder Oujla-Chalmers with support from Bipoc TV & Film, and will be accepting applications through Sept. 19.
Main Event Media, and All3Media America company, has promoted Stephanie Valentin to VP of creative development and production. Valentin’s previous credits include Roku’s recently launched “Eye Candy,” which she developed and co-executive produced based on Nippon TV’s original Japanese format “Sukkori Sweets,” “Celebrity Call Center” for E! and “While Black” for Snapchat. Valentin has been with the company since 2017, having previously worked at TV O Povo in Brazil.
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RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – The Triangle region’s presence on national job boards continues to increase despite the COVID Delta variant.
Over the last seven days, Indeed.com added 6,152 jobs in Raleigh and 3,157 jobs in Durham. ZipRecruiter added over 1,000 jobs in Raleigh as well. On Adzuna, Wake County has 1,648 more listings from a week ago, while Raleigh added 1,200.
Another set of labor market data from NCWorks shows that across North Carolina, openings for healthcare practitioners and technical workers dominated the job market in August, corresponding to 51,173 positions. Management occupations came in second, with 30,750 openings, followed by office and administrative support (22,552 openings), computer and mathematical occupations (21,693), and sales and related careers (20,530).
And North Carolina’s unemployment rate continues to bounce back from last year’s record highs. According to the latest figures from the North Carolina Department of Commerce, the state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate stands at about 4.3% as of August 2021—a 2.5 percentage point drop from August 2020.
The financial and information sectors saw the most job gains out of all other major industries studied last month, but NC Commerce also recorded declines across government, trade, transportation and utilities, and leisure and hospitality services.
WRAL TechWire is tracking the Triangle’s job trends as the region continues its economic recovery. Our weekly Jobs Report compiles the latest information from the region’s top job boards, offering a breakdown of how many jobs are posted, which companies are hiring and for what positions. We’ve also included upcoming job fairs, student-centric resources and a list of Twitter accounts that track local job openings.
Let’s highlight what’s new on the job boards since last week’s Jobs Report:
National Job Search Sites
Here’s an overview of the number of local jobs posted on national job boards compared to last week, as of Sunday afternoon.
- ⇑ Wake County: 40,360 jobs (+1,648 from a week ago)
- ⇑ Raleigh: 22,909 (+1,200)
- ⇓ Durham County: 9,998 (-83)
- Dice.com (using the 5-mile radius filter):
- ⇑ Raleigh: 17,351 (+451)
- ⇑ Durham: 17,078 (+399)
- ⇑ Chapel Hill: 16,845 (+406)
- Glassdoor: ⇑ 42,267 jobs in the Research Triangle Park area (+529)
- Indeed (5-mile radius filter):
- ⇑ Raleigh: 22,021 (+6,152)
- ⇑ Durham: 12,357 (+3,157)
- ⇑ Chapel Hill: 3,528 (+693)
- InHerSight: Pages upon pages of jobs across the RTP area
- LinkedIn (using the “exact location” filter):
- ⇑ Raleigh: 27,902 (+848)
- ⇑ Durham: 12,882 (+131)
- ⇓ Chapel Hill: 2,549 (-153)
- Remote Tech Jobs: Several remote jobs offered by Triangle-area employers
- ZipRecruiter (5-mile filter):
- ⇑ Raleigh: 35,958 (+1,115)
- ⇓ Durham: 14,214 (+984)
- ⇑ Chapel Hill: 3,743 (+110)
Startup Job Search Sites
Aside from the boards above, job seekers can also find local startup jobs at SimplyHired (236 startup jobs near Research Triangle Park), LinkedIn (1,266 results in and around Raleigh), Indeed (306 startup jobs in/near RTP), and AngelList (job openings in Raleigh, Durham and across North Carolina).
Here’s a look at local and regional job sites, listed in alphabetical order:
AMA Triangle, the fifth-largest chapter in American Marketing Association’s nationwide network, aims to be a go-to resource for all things marketing in the Triangle. AMA Triangle provides professional training, free career webinars and a job board offering free resume placement for marketing professionals.
As of Sunday afternoon, AMA Triangle’s job board shows 63 marketing jobs in Raleigh, 29 in Durham and 10 in Chapel Hill (with the 25-mile radius filter).
Two new jobs were posted on the site last week:
- Medtech firm Hillrom is hiring a global marketing manager to work remotely or out of its Cary office.
- Stewart, a design and engineering firm with offices across North Carolina, is hiring a digital/social media strategist in Raleigh.
Durham-based startup hub American Underground regularly posts job openings on its job board. Job seekers can filter their search by job function, location, company, industry and job title. As of Sunday afternoon, the site shows 297 jobs at 36 companies.
Dozens of jobs were posted in the last seven days:
- Insurtech startup Policygenius, which continues to expand hiring at its Durham headquarters, added listings for a sales team lead, a case management coordinator, a case manager, senior data analysts, sales associates, senior instructional designers, customer engagement associates and customer relationship managers.
- Durham-based data science firm NoviSci added three remote positions: Senior front-end software engineer, senior back-end software engineer and lead DevOps engineer. It’s also hiring a senior clinical operations specialist in Durham.
- LiveRamp, a California-headquartered SaaS firm, added several remote jobs, including account director, account executive, business development lead, contract recruiter, engineering lead, senior full-stack engineers, full-stack developer, lead product managers, lead TA partners, lead UX designers, software engineer, regional vice president of sales, revenue accountants, sales training and enablement program manager, senior account executives, senior product managers, senior software engineers, senior talent acquisition partners, solutions engineer, cloud platform engineer, data engineers, strategic publisher account managers, learning and development lead, learning and talent programs specialist, cloud infrastructure engineer, managing sales director, technical account manager and marketing analytics manager.
- Local telecommunication firm Relay seeks a support specialist in Raleigh.
- Insurtech startup Noyo added several remote positions, including business operations leader, content marketer, operations analyst, engineering manager, operations manager, product operations leader, software engineers, marketing VP, product VP, customer advocate and customer operations analyst.
- Local workforce software provider CloudFactory is looking to hire a senior financial analyst in Raleigh.
- Durham-based payments software provider Spreedly is hiring a staff site reliability engineer (remote option).
- Wild Earth, a pet food company, is hiring a field sales manager in Raleigh.
Earlier this year, WRAL TechWire and the North Carolina Biotechnology Center launched a Bio Jobs Hub platform focused on biopharma manufacturing — one of North Carolina’s largest industries, employing over 26,000 people.
Typical biopharma jobs include process technicians, maintenance and/or instrumentation technicians, quality assurance and quality control associates, process development scientists and process engineers. This industry also offers competitive entry-level salaries, from $42,000 to $60,000.
Scientists, skilled laborers and recent graduates can use the Bio Jobs Hub resource to find career and training opportunities in their area. Users can search by location, job category/activity and region.
Many biopharma companies are hiring in the Triangle, including large employers like Biogen in Research Triangle Park, bioMérieux in Durham, GSK in Zebulon, Merck & Co. in Durham, Novo Nordisk in Durham and Clayton, Pfizer in Sanford, and others.
Leadership Triangle’s job board is packed with local jobs. The site displays 608 openings at 30 companies as of Sunday afternoon.
Here’s what’s been posted in the last week:
- Burt’s Bees posted a position for a corporate quality manager in Durham.
- Medicago seeks two senior administrative assistants in Durham.
- North Carolina Central University in Durham posted several positions, including director of corporate and foundation relationships, director of development, assistant professor, area coordinator for residence education recruitment and selection, administrative support associate, facility maintenance supervisor, facility maintenance technicians, vehicle/equipment repair technician and administrative support specialist.
- Blue Cross NC is hiring for several positions in Durham, including business analyst, case manager, payment integrity vendor service delivery consultant, senior full-stack developer, senior solution architect, project/program coordinator, program manager, senior data integration modeler, data integration analyst, senior product delivery owner, senior ETL developer, senior data governance specialist, and client advocacy and resolution expert.
- Truist added postings across its Triangle-area locations. Open positions include business information manager, retail mortgage loan originators, investment analyst and senior relationship banker.
- Capitol Broadcasting Company (WRAL TechWire’s parent company) is hiring a radio account executive, a communications engagement director, a part-time high school OT assistant, a ticket sales manager, and a baseball senior and special projects accountant in Raleigh.
- Coastal Credit Union seeks a mortgage loan underwriter, a mortgage loan closer, an account resolution specialist and a construction loan officer in Raleigh.
The North Carolina Biotechnology Center’s extensive jobs board lists open jobs and internships from local life science companies and research organizations. Users can filter by job category, employment type (full-time, part-time and contractor), keywords, postal code and radius.
NCBiotech also touts jobs through its Bio Jobs Hub program.
Over the last week (since Sept. 20), over a dozen new jobs were added to NCBiotech’s board, including:
- Production associate in cell-based therapies at CoImmune in Durham
- Research associate/senior research associate at Tavros Therapeutics in Durham
- Senior marketing director, senior product manager, senior director of pricing and contract analytics, senior director of commercial insights and analytics, director of trade and patient support, commercial project manager, and VP of value, access and trade at Mycovia Pharmaceuticals in Durham
- Lab and facilities manager at DMC Biotechnologies in Durham
- Histotechnologist and laboratory assistant at Foundation Medicine in Morrisville
- Analyst at BioAgilytix in Raleigh
- Postdoctoral machine learning scientist at Collaborations Pharmaceuticals in Raleigh
- Associate directors/directors of business development and corporate strategy, preclinical development, and program and alliance management, and scientists specializing in gene editing and preclinical development at Life Edit Therapeutics in RTP
- Senior quality control specialist, quality assurance specialists, principal medical writer, senior technician, engineering validation specialist, senior specialist in quality control incoming components, senior instrumentation technician and incoming quality manager at Merck & Co. in Durham
- Mechanical engineer at NCX Corporation in Durham
- Senior research associate in RNA production and research associate in RNA biology at Ribometrix in Durham
- Research scientist at EpiCypher in Durham
- GMP associate scientist, postdoctoral associate and research technician at the Duke Human Vaccine Institute in Durham
- Assay specialist at Redbud Labs in RTP
- VP of quality and compliance at Precision BioSciences in Durham
- Quality supervisor and utility plant operators at Grifols in Clayton
- Scientist at KNOW Bio in Durham
- Senior scientist in protein/genetic engineering at Mucommune in Durham
- Research and clinical laboratory scientist at Galaxy Diagnostics in RTP
- Local recruiting firm Frankel Staffing Partners added a few jobs for its clients:
- Quality assurance specialist for a Raleigh-area biotech firm with a growing portfolio of sterile pharmaceutical and combination products
- Market research analyst for a high-growth pharmaceutical company in the RTP area
- Pharma compliance/documents reviewer at a Raleigh-area pharmaceutical company in high growth mode
- Technical writer and EH&S specialist/leader at a local company that’s developing precision therapy technology for cancer patients
The North Carolina Technology Association (NC TECH) has an interactive job board you can use to find your next career opportunity. Users can search by keyword, location, category, type (contract, full-time, part-time or temp to full-time), experience and education level.
A few local jobs were added to the site last week:
- Morrisville-based software firm inMotionNow added listings for a security program manager, a junior software developer, an agile coach and a senior software developer.
- Publishing software provider BlueMatrix is hiring a product project manager in Durham.
- Consulting firm MAXX Potential seeks an IT apprentice.
NCWorks, the statewide job search portal run by the North Carolina Department of Commerce, has nearly 100 career centers located across the state. Users can filter NCWorks’ database by keyword, location, occupation group or specific occupations, minimum acceptable salary, education level, job sources and date posted. NCWorks also has a mobile app on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
The NCWorks website contains a COVID-19 job board that lists companies hiring to fill immediate technical and healthcare needs in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
North Carolina military veterans, transitioning service members and spouses can find additional resources on NCWorks’ separate veterans portal.
NCWorks reports thousands of available positions. More than 2,100 people added or updated their resumes at the site in the past week, as of Sunday afternoon.
Here are the top 10 Wake County-based employers with the most job openings:
- Wake County Public School System: 2,730 jobs
- WakeMed Health and Hospitals: 1,875
- UNC Health Care System: 1,192
- NC State University: 1,166
- Deloitte: 1,016
- Microsoft: 741
- EY: 651
- Facebook: 572
- UNC Rockingham Health Care: 569
- McDonald’s Corporation: 526
Here are the top companies/organizations by job openings in Durham County:
- Duke University: 2,953
- IBM: 1,500
- Duke Careers: 774
- IQVIA: 725
- Microsoft: 645
- Durham Public Schools: 561
- Cree Wolfspeed: 534
- Fidelity Investments: 511
- Laboratory Corporation of America: 488
- Duke University Health System: 385
And here are the top employers in Orange County:
- UNC Health Care System: 1,160
- UNC-Chapel Hill: 681
- UNC Rockingham Health Care: 532
- UNC Health: 476
- Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools: 373
- ARAMARK Corporation: 146
- Orange County Schools: 126
- Piedmont Health Services: 82
- Harris Teeter: 79
- Hyatt Hotels Corporation: 66
Raleigh Founded, a startup incubator and coworking space, has its own job board. Job seekers can filter results by company, company size or industry.
The site currently lists 143 positions at 28 companies, as of Sunday afternoon.
Here’s what’s new on the site over the last seven days:
- Raleigh startup Pendo added listings for a product manager, a demo engineer, a technical success engineer and a senior product line specialist.
- MedPharm, a product design and development firm, is hiring an analytical scientist and a quality control technician in Durham.
- Veeva Systems, a cloud software provider with a presence in Raleigh, is hiring a senior migration consultant (remote).
- Local app development firm Lithios seeks a UI/UX designer and a React.js front-end web developer in Raleigh.
This isn’t a job board per se, but the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster’s list of job search sources is a helpful resource for job seekers in the clean energy sector. The list has links to career opportunities from the organization’s members and partners.
Leadership Triangle, Raleigh Founded and American Underground recently teamed up to create the Triangle Region Job Board, which synthesizes all of the openings posted on the organizations’ job boards. (Those openings are listed under their respective subheadings above.)
As of Sunday afternoon, the site shows 1,742 listings from 86 companies, including:
- Coastal Credit Union (Raleigh)
- Burt’s Bees (Durham)
- MedPharm (Durham)
- Wild Earth (Raleigh)
- Spreedly (Durham)
- Medicago (Durham)
- Capitol Broadcasting Company (Raleigh)
- Pendo (Raleigh)
- Policygenius (Durham)
- Truist (across the Triangle)
- Citrix (Raleigh)
- Blue Cross NC (Durham)
- North Carolina Central University (Durham)
- CloudFactory (Raleigh)
- Veeva Systems (Raleigh)
Work in the Triangle, a Wake County Economic Development program, shares new openings daily through its Twitter feed, @WorkTriangleNC. And the search continues to be intense for talent to fill thousands of open jobs both inside and outside the Triangle tech sector.
Every Tuesday, Work in the Triangle’s #TriangleTuesdays hashtag lists hot jobs.
Posts from last Tuesday (Sept. 21) included openings from:
Scroll through the #TriangleTuesdays hashtag on Twitter for more details on the openings.
New Jobs at Mycovia Pharmaceuticals
Last week, RTP-based Mycovia Pharmaceuticals told TechWire that it’s hiring for several positions in project management, market access, insights and analytics, marketing and quality assurance. The late-stage biopharma company is developing drugs to meet women’s health needs.
A Mycovia spokesperson says it plans to add around nine employees through the fourth quarter of 2021. Its current headcount is 21.
Open positions include:
- Commercial project manager
- Director of trade and patient support
- Senior director of pricing and contract analytics
- VP of value access and trade
- Senior director of insights and analytics
- Senior product manager
- Senior director of marketing
- Quality assurance manager
New Jobs at Terra Dotta
Chapel Hill-based edtech company Terra Dotta told TechWire in late-August that it’s continuing to hire in the greater RTP area and anticipates another 10 new hires across sales, product development and marketing before the end of the year. The firm already has about 35 employees in the Triangle area.
Its latest openings are for a product marketing manager and a professional services manager. Read more and apply here.
The boost in hiring comes as the company just made the Inc. 5000 list and is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Terra Dotta CEO Anthony Rotoli says, “This level of growth isn’t as common in a more mature company, but we are actively hiring to continue a high growth trajectory and support the international program and global engagement priorities of higher education, both in North Carolina and nationwide.”
Upcoming Job Fairs and Career Events
Virtual Tech Job Expo 101: How Does It Work?: Sept. 29, 9:30-10:15 a.m. (online)
This webinar will lead job seekers and employers through a tour of Premier Virtual, the platform NC TECH uses to host its online career events, including its upcoming Virtual Tech Job Expo on Oct. 20.
NC State Ag & Sciences Virtual Career Expo: Sept. 29, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. (online)
Hosted by NC State’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and College of Sciences, this virtual career fair will gather over 1,000 students from 82 undergraduate and graduate programs to meet with employers.
CRO Career Conversations: Oct 13. 8, 5:30-7 p.m. (online)
In this virtual event, attendees will hear from contract research organization (CRO) industry professionals as they discuss their career paths and responsibilities.
NC TECH Virtual Job Expo: Oct. 20, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (online)
The North Carolina Technology Association’s virtual job fair will connect employers to job seekers looking for work in a tech role or to support a tech company. The event is free for candidates and job seekers.
Wake Tech Community College Business & IT Spring 2022 Career Fair: Feb. 9, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. (online)
In February 2022, Wake Tech will host an online job fair for business and information technology students looking for new career opportunities.
Student Job Fairs and Career Events
NC State University:
More Job Resources for Local Students
If you’re a student looking for an internship or entry-level position at a local company or organization, your university has resources to help you get started. Quick links below:
Twitter Accounts to Follow
Here are some locally run Twitter accounts that regularly share job openings in the Triangle:
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As the Marketing Producer, you will own Australia’s marketing plan from end to end. You’ll create a plan that allows us to grow the business efficiently by capturing and creating value through high-impact, high-volume events and be responsible for creating meaningful partnership opportunities with noteworthy companies and organisations in Australia’s tech, design, startup and enterprise ecosystem.
You will be responsible for increasing the size of the General Assembly audience and maintaining a highly engaged community that adds value to GA students, campus and business. You will also be responsible for planning and executing regular events programming, including hiring & management of speakers or instructors.
You’ll also depend on many other departments and people in the organisation to accomplish your goals (the Student Experience team, the Global Marketing team, the Admissions team, and more) and should be adept at managing through influence. You are comfortable holding your peers accountable, and work collaboratively to shape timelines and marshall the right resources from groups beyond your own.
- Identify and market new and existing compelling topics by creating enticing events. Contribute your creativity and expertise to drive GA’s holistic marketing plan forwards, taking ideas for new events and workshops from concept stage through to launch.
- Planning: Develop a quarterly events and workshops schedule that optimises market demand and fills our event space and/or classrooms. Carefully select a mixture of content for your market and forecast the impact against quarterly business goals. Identify the proper speakers, partners and instructors to ensure quality programming that fills the room.
- Execution and Scheduling: You manage all aspects of program execution and aren’t afraid to get your hands dirty. From making sure speakers and instructors show up on time to checking the A/V to writing copy and coordinating with our admissions team on strategic alignment with course launches, you are a rockstar at ensuring details are in place. You will be the face of GA and responsible for high-energy introductions and kickoffs for programs.
- Partnership Outreach & Management: You will cultivate new partnerships and maintain relationships with current partners in order to co-develop event content and co-market events on campus or to build brand awareness initiatives and campaigns.
- Find and engage local experts in tech, design, and business: Finding talented instructors and speakers and experts is the key to developing a great event or learning experience. You will source and evaluate the right people for the job and interface with them while they teach or speak at GA.
- Marketing Asset Creation: You will support the team with the design of collateral such as social media posts, landing pages, promotional assets for digital marketing channels.
- Managing the Student Experience: You are responsible for ensuring that the students have a great experience. Through student feedback and impeccable program execution, students should feel that General Assembly is invested in their success and feel welcomed into the GA Community.
- Tracking & Reporting: You will keep track of and report on all metrics surrounding your event and workshops plan, identify opportunities and optimisations and address pacing issues as necessary.
- You have 3-5 years of prior marketing experience, with exposure to – and understanding of – a range of marketing channels, such as: events, audience growth, partnerships, email, website, paid, social, and content.
- You are entrepreneurial, independent, and self-directed, with the ability to set your own goals and priorities with minimal guidance. You are comfortable with ambiguity and last-minute changes, and remain calm under pressure.
- You are data-driven and comfortable with using and interpreting data to make decisions, present new ideas, and set strategies.
- You possess a “growth mindset” attitude towards learning and teaching as a craft.
- You are highly organised: When it comes to workflow, you take pride in your organisational skills. You can coordinate multiple projects at once and work with all necessary parties externally and internally to get the job done. You have the ability to multi-task, prioritise, problem-solve, and execute in a timely fashion.
- You write great copy. You have excellent verbal and written communication skills, as well as a proven ability to work collaboratively on a team demonstrating interpersonal savvy.
- Design skills and familiarity with design tools a plus.
Starting up a business is the easiest thing, but Guys the tea over flowers when it requires effort and time! For setting up a business your Financial Backing and Time Investment is the most important thing.
You must know all the Management Skills to call yourself a successful business person!
Learn Skills Like:
- Creating dashboards
- Filtering and highlighting
- Publishing your BI Dashboard
- Loading data and creating reports
Office productivity is a must! But why? Well, guys, you cant build an emperor within a day or month, or year, it takes YEARS!! And everyone who is Rich now has started from the ground.
You must also start with the basics and for that ground level, you need to learn and earn some relevant technical skills and that’s what this article is all about!
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Perhaps slipped from the point, well in office productivity you must know all the basics of Excel, Docs, and other most-used office tools or applications.
Now, let us take a look at the 10 Best Udemy Courses!
Now let’s leap into the part where you can scroll through the Top Udemy Courses, here you will get to know about the 10 Best Courses for Technical skill which will help you earn more while doing freelancing.
The Complete Digital Marketing Course – 12 Courses in 1
As you can clearly see that the course is for Digital Marketing and you will get 12 streamlines in one, below you can also peek at all of the 12 streamlines. But for whom these courses are for?
- Business owners who don’t know how to kick start
- Website handlers or owners who are frustrated coz they can’t see much traffic on site
- Or anyone who is looking for a highly paid job based on your skills
12 Courses in 1
What you’ll learn
- Grow a Business Online From Scratch
- Make Money as an Affiliate Marketer
- Get Hired as a Digital Marketing Expert
- Work From Home as a Freelance Marketer
This course is a complete bundle for web developers and has been rated as the best Web Development course!
This course has been rated by 12000 users with an average rating of 4.8 out of 5. And believe me, this $5 course will save you $12000.
Let us take a look at what will be covered in this Udemy Web Development Bootcamp.
- Front-End Web Development
- HTML 5
- CSS 3
- Bootstrap 4
- DOM Manipulation
- Bash Command Line
- Git, GitHub, and Version Control
- Backend Web Development
- React Hooks
- Web Design
- Deployment with GitHub Pages, Heroku, and MongoDB Atlas
What you’ll Learn
- Be able to build ANY website you want.
- Craft a portfolio of websites to apply for junior developer jobs.
- Build fully-fledged websites and web apps for your startup or business.
- Work as a freelance web developer.
- Master backend development with Node
- Master front-end development with React
- Learn professional developer best practices.
Is it the Best Course for you?
Yes, only if you want to learn the codes and build a useful project, which will slowly increase your market value.
And if you are planning to start your own websites and web application which will literally help your make money.
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Complete Python Bootcamp From Zero to Hero in Python
It’s time for you to become a python Pro Programmer and become the best employee in your company!
Right after all the 100+ lectures, you will be in a position to call yourself a Professional Python programmer!
Now let us take a look at what will be covered.
- Command Line Basics
- Installing Python
- Running Python Code
- Number Data Types
- Print Formatting
- Built-in Functions
- Debugging and Error Handling
- External Modules
- Object-Oriented Programming
- File I/O
- Advanced Methods
- Unit Tests
What you’ll learn
- You will learn Python professionally, both Python 2 and Python 3!
- Create Easy games with Python, like Tic Tac Toe and Blackjack!
- Learn high-level Python features, like the collections module!
- Learn to use Object Oriented Programming with classes!
- Understand complex topics, like decorators.
- Understand how to use both the Jupyter Notebook and create .py files
- Get an understanding of how to create GUIs in the Jupyter Notebook system!
- Build a complete understanding of Python from the ground up!
This course is for you! Why?
- Programmers who have never programmed Before and looking for a way to enter the IT world.
- Legit programmers who are planning to switch to Python
- Intermediate Programmers of Python looking for the best way to boost up your skills.
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Spring & Hibernate for Beginners (includes Spring Boot)
Spring boot now includes more than 6.5 hours of new content and the course is the best-selling SPRING-HIBERNATE COURSE ON UDEMY.
And trust me this course is for you if you are looking for the best way to reach beginners to advanced level in Java Development.
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What will be covered?
LEARN these HOT TOPICS in Spring 5:
- Spring Framework 5
- Spring Core
- Spring Annotations
- Spring Java Configuration (all Java, no xml)
- Spring AOP
- Spring MVC
- Hibernate CRUD
- JPA CRUD
- Spring Security
- Spring REST
- Spring Boot Starters
- Spring Boot and Hibernate
- Spring Boot and Spring Data JPA
- Spring Boot and Spring Data REST
- Spring Boot, Thymeleaf and Spring MVC
- Spring MVC and Hibernate CRUD real-time project
- Spring Security (with password encryption in the database)
- Spring REST (with full database CRUD real-time project)
- Spring Boot REST (with full database CRUD real-time project)
- Spring Boot with JPA and Spring Data JPA (with full database CRUD real-time project)
- Spring Boot with Spring Data REST (with full database CRUD real-time project)
- Spring Boot with Thymeleaf (with full database CRUD real-time project)
Added Spring Boot and Thymeleaf videos: 12 videos, 2.5 hours of new content
Added Spring Boot videos: 34 videos, 4 hours of new content
Added Spring Security Role-based Registration lecture
Added ADVANCED Spring REST videos: 40 videos, 3 hours of new content
Added Spring REST videos: 18 videos, 1.5 hours of new content
Added Spring Security User Registration Lecture
Added Spring Security JDBC videos: 16 new videos, 1 hour of new content
Added more Spring Security videos: 52 videos, 3.5 hours of new content
Updated course to SPRING 5, Tomcat 9, and Eclipse Oxygen
Added Spring Security videos: 16 new videos, 1 hour of new content
New Advanced Hibernate videos: 57 new videos, 4 hours of new content
What you’ll learn
- Develop a REAL-TIME project with Spring MVC, Spring REST, Spring Boot, and Hibernate CRUD … all from SCRATCH
- You will TYPE IN EVERY LINE of code with me in the videos. I EXPLAIN every line of code to help you learn!
- LEARN key Spring 5 features: Core, Annotations, Java Config, AOP, Spring MVC, Hibernate, and Maven
- I am a RESPONSIVE INSTRUCTOR … post your questions and I will RESPOND in 24 hours.
- POPULAR VIDEOS for Spring Boot 2, Spring Security, Spring REST, Spring Data JPA, Spring Data REST and Thymeleaf
- Join an ACTIVE COMMUNITY of 185,000+ students that are already enrolled! Over 47,000+ Reviews – 5 STARS
- Students have LANDED NEW JOBS with the skills from this course. Spring and Hibernate developers are in HIGH-DEMAND!
- You can DOWNLOAD all videos, source code, and PDFs. Perfect for offline LEARNING and REVIEW.
PySpark & AWS: Master Big Data With PySpark and AWS
In the era of technology, why are you still stuck in the books? I mean books are important but do you think without technical knowledge you can stand anywhere?
Guys, you need technical skills to be a millionaire.
The all-inclusive course consists of the following topics:
a. Why Big Data?
b. Applications of PySpark
c. Introduction to the Instructor
d. Introduction to the Course
e. Projects Overview
2. Introduction to Hadoop, Spark EcoSystems, and Architectures:
a. Hadoop EcoSystem
b. Spark EcoSystem
c. Hadoop Architecture
d. Spark Architecture
e. PySpark Databricks setup
f. PySpark local setup
3. Spark RDDs:
a. Introduction to PySpark RDDs
b. Understanding underlying Partitions
c. RDD transformations
d. RDD actions
e. Creating Spark RDD
f. Running Spark Code Locally
g. RDD Map (Lambda)
h. RDD Map (Simple Function)
i. RDD FlatMap
j. RDD Filter
k. RDD Distinct
l. RDD GroupByKey
m. RDD ReduceByKey
n. RDD (Count and CountByValue)
o. RDD (saveAsTextFile)
p. RDD (Partition)
q. Finding Average
r. Finding Min and Max
s. Mini project on student data set analysis
t. Total Marks by Male and Female Student
u. Total Passed and Failed Students
v. Total Enrollments per Course
w. Total Marks per Course
x. Average marks per Course
y. Finding Minimum and Maximum marks
z. Average Age of Male and Female Students
4. Spark DFs:
a. Introduction to PySpark DFs
b. Understanding underlying RDDs
c. DFs transformations
d. DFs actions
e. Creating Spark DFs
f. Spark Infer Schema
g. Spark Provide Schema
h. Create DF from RDD
i. Select DF Columns
j. Spark DF with Column
k. Spark DF with Column Renamed and Alias
l. Spark DF Filter rows
m. Spark DF (Count, Distinct, Duplicate)
n. Spark DF (sort, order By)
o. Spark DF (Group By)
p. Spark DF (UDFs)
q. Spark DF (DF to RDD)
r. Spark DF (Spark SQL)
s. Spark DF (Write DF)
t. Mini project on Employees data set analysis
u. Project Overview
v. Project (Count and Select)
w. Project (Group By)
x. Project (Group By, Aggregations, and Order By)
y. Project (Filtering)
z. Project (UDF and With Column)
aa. Project (Write)
5. Collaborative filtering:
a. Understanding collaborative filtering
b. Developing recommendation system using ALS model
c. Utility Matrix
d. Explicit and Implicit Ratings
e. Expected Results
g. Joining Dataframes
h. Train and Test Data
i. ALS model
j. Hyperparameter tuning and cross-validation
k. Best model and evaluate predictions
6. Spark Streaming:
a. Understanding the difference between batch and streaming analysis.
b. Hands-on with spark streaming through word count example
c. Spark Streaming with RDD
d. Spark Streaming Context
e. Spark Streaming Reading Data
f. Spark Streaming Cluster Restart
g. Spark Streaming RDD Transformations
h. Spark Streaming DF
i. Spark Streaming Display
j. Spark Streaming DF Aggregations
7. ETL Pipeline
a. Understanding the ETL
b. ETL pipeline Flow
c. Data set
d. Extracting Data
e. Transforming Data
f. Loading data (Creating RDS)
g. Load data (Creating RDS)
h. RDS Networking
i. Downloading Postgres
j. Installing Postgres
k. Connect to RDS through PgAdmin
l. Loading Data
8. Project – Change Data Capture / Replication On Going
a. Introduction to Project
b. Project Architecture
c. Creating RDS MySql Instance
d. Creating S3 Bucket
e. Creating DMS Source Endpoint
f. Creating DMS Destination Endpoint
g. Creating DMS Instance
h. MySql WorkBench
i. Connecting with RDS and Dumping Data
j. Querying RDS
k. DMS Full Load
l. DMS Replication Ongoing
m. Stoping Instances
n. Glue Job (Full Load)
o. Glue Job (Change Capture)
p. Glue Job (CDC)
q. Creating Lambda Function and Adding Trigger
r. Checking Trigger
s. Getting S3 file name in Lambda
t. Creating Glue Job
u. Adding Invoke for Glue Job
v. Testing Invoke
w. Writing Glue Shell Job
x. Full Load Pipeline
y. Change Data Capture Pipeline
What you’ll learn
- Spark applications
- Spark EcoSystem
- Spark Architecture
- Hadoop EcoSystem
- Hadoop Architecture
- PySpark RDDs
- PySpark RDD transformations
- PySpark RDD actions
- PySpark DataFrames
- PySpark DataFrames transformations
- PySpark DataFrames actions
- Collaborative filtering in PySpark
- Spark Streaming
- ETL Pipeline
- CDC and Replication on Going
Is this course For you?
Yes, this course is for you if you don’t know anything about PySpark and AWS then you must opt for this course because here you will get to know about everything that you need in your PySpark & AWS: Master Big Data With PySpark and AWS.
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PHP for Beginners – Become a PHP Master – CMS Project
Are you a noobie in PHP? And still don’t know what is CMS? Then trust me this course is for you.
Knowing PHP and CMS is one of the most important things in today’s tech world, you guys might not be aware of this but the world’s 70% sits are on PHP, CMS.
It’s better to learn the skills rather than sitting on your couch reading this article!
What you’ll learn
- You will learn to create a (CMS) Content Management System like WordPress, Drupal or Joomla
- You will learn how to use Databases
- You will learn MySQL
- Object-Oriented Programming
- You will learn how to launch your application online
- How to use forms to submit data to databases
- How to use AJAX to submit data to the server without refreshing the page
- You will learn about PHP security
- You will learn about sessions
- Password hashing
- Email sending
- You will learn to use composer (PHP package manager)
- You will learn to create clean URL’s and remove the .php from files
- You will learn to use bootstrap by getting experience from the project
- You will learn to debug your code
- You will learn to create pagination
- You will code refactoring
- You will learn to debug (fix your code)
- You will learn to use an API to bring data from a database to a graphical interface
This PHP Course Covers the following and then some…
- Databases in PHP
- Object-Oriented PHP
- CMS project-similar to (WordPress)
- Form Submissions in PHP
- Security in PHP
- Variables in PHP
- Math in PHP
- Arrays in PHP
- Control Structures in PHP
- Comparison Operators in PHP
- Mayor Loops in PHP
- Functions in PHP
- Constants in PHP
- Super Globals in PHP
- Sessions in PHP
- Cookies in PHP
- Learn to work with FILES
- Custom search feature
- Learn to use jQuery + Bootstrap
- RealTime Notifications with JS
- Protect your credentials with .ENV
- Learn Composer (PHP dependency Manager)
- Learn to send emails – from PHP or using a third party Package
Become a PHP Master – CMS Project
PHP for Beginners: learn everything you need to become a professional PHP developer with practical exercises & projects.
Adobe Photoshop CC – Advanced Training Course The Web Developer Bootcamp 2021
I’m also into graphic design, Photoshop and was in a learning stage till I found Udemy Adobe Photoshop CC. Now I’m doing freelancing and believe me I’m happy that I joined this course.
You must also join this Best Udemy course for the betterment of your future! This course will cost you a minimal amount of $5.
What you’ll learn
- You will be able to start earning money from your Photoshop Skills.
- You will be able to add Photoshop to your CV
- You will have over 20 of your own projects to add to your portfolio.
- You will create social media post images for Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest & Youtube.
- You will be able to mask anything… including the dreaded hair!
- Clearcut images.
- Create amazing typography.
- You will create popular visual styles.
- You will create distorted images.
- You will create graphics from scratch.
- You will retouch photographs like a professional.
- You will create a postcard.
- Create posters.
- Create advertising.
- Resize Images.
- Build a flyer.
- Change the color or images.
- Fix the colors in photographs
- You will change eye & hair colors.
- You will combine 2 photographs to create amazing compositions.
- You will put a storm in a tea cup.
- You will create text that looks like stone.
- You will build a logo with type that wraps around it like a badge.
- You will create text that wraps around a woman.
- You will build a multipage banner advertising project.
- You will create more background in an image from thin air.
- You will remove people from images.
- You will remove graffiti from a wall.
- You will clear cut images of people, shoes & other products.
- You will create realistic shadows
- You will create text the wraps around colored smoke.
- You will build duotone images like the Spotify effect
- You will create images with an anaglyph effect
- You’ll turn your images into realistic oil paintings
- You’ll know how to add halftone effects to your images.
- You will bend images to reveal background images.
- You will distort a logo to bend around real-life photographs and objects.
- You retouch an overweight person to make them appear slim.
- You’ll build spray paint-style graffiti using brushes.
- You’ll make a galaxy appear out of a man’s head.
- Create paper cut effects inside of a font.
- Build text with 3D paint dripping from it.
- You’ll retouch a face to move pimples & freckles.
- You’ll remove dust & scratches from an old photograph.
- Change yellow teeth to white teeth.
- You’ll build a fantasy image where you put an island, ocean & clouds inside a small bottle.
Is this course For You?
Anyone who starts photoshop in his/her career and looking for a way to get paid then this course is for you, you can earn well, learn well with this $5 course!
Become a Photoshop Master
This Adobe Photoshop Essentials course will teach you Photoshop Retouching as well as Photoshop for graphic design.
Microsoft Excel – Excel from Beginner to Advanced
Are you struggling in using Excel the trust me this course is for you! Udemy’s excel course will help you learn the most legitimate skills of Excel.
Don’t waste your time and learn the skills which will help you earn a lot in the next few years and one more thing, this excel skill will help you make a good impression on your colleagues.
Microsoft Excel all in One Package
This Microsoft Excel course combines 4 different courses.
- Microsoft Excel 101 – An Introduction to Excel
- Microsoft Excel 102 – Intermediate Level Excel
- Microsoft Excel 103 – Advanced Level Excel
- Master Microsoft Excel Macros and VBA in 6 Simple Projects
What you’ll learn
- Master Microsoft Excel from Beginner to Advanced
- Build a solid understanding of the Basics of Microsoft Excel
- Learn the most common Excel functions used in the Office
- Harness the full power of Microsoft Excel by automating your day to day tasks through Macros and VBA
- Maintain large sets of Excel data in a list or table
- Create dynamic reports by mastering one of the most popular tools, PivotTables
- Wow your boss by unlocking dynamic formulas with IF, VLOOKUP, INDEX, MATCH functions and many more
- Access to a Professional Trainer with 10+ years of Excel Training
Become a Master In MS Excel
Master 75+ MS Excel formulas and learn data analysis with a top Microsoft Excel & business intelligence instructor.
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100 Days of Code – The Complete Python Pro Bootcamp for 2021
It’s time to work on your Python skills and the Udemy course will help you with that! The company will charge you a minimal amount of $5.
Scroll through the skills that you will get with Udemy Technical course!
- Python 3 – the latest version of Python
- PyCharm, Jupyter Notebook, Google Colab
- Python Scripting and Automation
- Python Game Development
- Web Scraping
- Beautiful Soup
- Selenium Web Driver
- Data Science
- Scikit learn
- Python GUI Desktop App Development
- Front-End Web Development
- HTML 5
- CSS 3
- Bootstrap 4
- Bash Command Line
- Git, GitHub and Version Control
- Backend Web Development
- Web Design
- Deployment with GitHub Pages, Heroku and GUnicorn
What you’ll learn
- Be able to program in Python professionally
- Master the Python programming language by building 100 projects over 100 days
- Create a portfolio of 100 Python projects to apply for developer jobs
- Be able to build fully-fledged websites and web apps with Python
- Be able to use Python for data science and machine learning
- Build games like Blackjack, Pong and Snake using Python
- Build GUIs and Desktop applications with Python
- Learn to use modern frameworks like Selenium, Beautiful Soup, Request, Flask, Pandas, NumPy, Scikit Learn, Plotly, Matplotlib, Seaborn.
The Complete Python Pro Course
Master Python by building 100 projects in 100 days. Learn to build websites, games, apps, plus scraping and data science.
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Feature High-performance computing (HPC) has a very different dynamic to the mainstream. It enables classes of computation of strategic importance to nation states and their agencies, and so it attracts investment and innovation that is to some extent decoupled from market forces.
Sometimes it leads the mass market, sometimes it builds on it, and with the advent of massive cloud infrastructure, something like a supercomputer can even be built from scratch through a browser, providing you have a high-performance credit card.
But national supercomputer efforts are where innovation of technologies, perhaps with wider applications in their future, is pushing ahead. The current goal is exascale, computers capable of sustained 1018 floating point instructions per second (FLOPS) measured by standard benchmarks. Everyone’s in the race.
South Korea is aiming for that by 2030 using mostly locally designed components while the Japanese national computational laboratory, Riken, currently hosts the world’s fastest supercomputer – half-exascale – built around Fujitsu’s Arm-based A64FX processors. Europe’s main independent supercomputer project will initially use Arm’s own V1 chips, but with a move over time to home-designed RISC-V processors. Locally designed RISC-V processors are also at the heart of India’s own national supercomputer project.
All these designs are more-of-the-same amplifications of von Neumann architecture, named after John von Neumann who worked on the world’s first general-purpose programmable electronic computer, 1945’s ENIAC. By dint of zero competition, this was also the world’s fastest supercomputer. It established the model of state-funded basic research at the cutting edge with strategic aims – it was used for artillery calculations and to check the feasibility of the hydrogen bomb.
In Von Neumann architecture, a central processing unit gets code and data from memory, and writes data back, via a common address bus, with mass storage and IO. To date, HPC has largely grown in power by increasing the speed, throughput, and capacity of each of these components, largely driven by Moore’s Law.
While the 2021 Arm V1 uses techniques like very high-bandwidth memory buses, wide fetch and instruction issue engines, and specialist vector engines to achieve performance approximately 100 billion times faster than ENIAC, the two designs share that common basic architecture. That is expected to end.
HPC has a history of using exotic technologies as investment in fastest-at-any-cost ideas is easier to get through its importance to industry, state-funded research, and computational needs of government agencies open and covert. This was most apparent in the early days of supercomputing, when specialist semiconductor logic unsuited for the mass market powered best-of-class designs like the Cray 1. As off-the-shelf circuits picked up power, the trend towards seas of standard chips running industry-standard software took over, and is now the standard model.
But with the slow demise of Moore’s Law and the development of new classes of computing tasks, new technologies and architectures are once again being researched, and once again supercomputing is predicted to use them before they become suitable for general purpose. This is coming about through synergies between emerging devices, a sea change in where supercomputing is expecting to get its performance increase from. One area attracting long-term interest as it illustrates all these ideas is in hybrid silicon-memristor neuromorphic circuits.
Neuromorphic designs are those based on neural processing systems found in nature. AI and machine learning takes some of those ideas, most notably the feed-forward learning neural networks often implemented in software on CPU and GPU hardware, and increasingly in custom accelerator circuits. One of the features of such networks is that the computational requirements of each node in the network can be very light – you don’t need lots of CPU per node, though you do want lots of nodes.
Enter the memristor, a circuit component that’s been known about for decades, and one that changes its state by altering the magnetic polarisation of a tiny structure within it. It hasn’t found much use because it’s not very fast; it does remember its state without power, but common silicon logic and memory designs have always been much cheaper and faster. Other attributes of memristors, such that the near-analogue way they can hold a wide range of values, not just 1 or 0, are also hard to exploit in the way we compute today.
But if you use layers of memristor-based components configured as parts of nodes in an on-chip neural network, interconnected by fast silicon, you can achieve very high densities at very low power – and the logic becomes its own memory.
Moreover, the memristor component’s wide range of states makes it intrinsically good at holding computational weight, a key aspect of learning networks that stores the importance of a particular signal in making the overall decisions.
The reason research like this is intensely interesting to supercomputer designers is that while the classical Von Neumann systems are running out of road, AI/ML is doing quite the opposite. In the past 10 years or so, that AI/ML has been a unified field rather than a mix of fiefdoms doing vision recognition, natural language processing, and so on, it has started to turn up unexpected results, some with applications in numerical analytics that would not hitherto seem a good fit.
Handing over to AI/ML
A notable paper from Edinburgh researchers in 2019 took a classic numeric problem that defied formulaic analysis and could only be approached by massive computation, the three-body problem in chaotic orbital mechanics, and trained an AI on a large dataset of known solutions.
The resultant trained network could then not only solve previously unsolved three-body problems, but in some cases do so 100 million times faster than the standard approach. That’s the equivalent of more than two decades of Moore’s Law.
There are many examples in many fields where AI/ML techniques act as accelerants for HPC. In fact, one of the most detailed road maps for how the two will mingle over the next decade is AI For Science, a report led by the US Argonne National Laboratory (which was due to have the US’s first exascale computer, Aurora, until Intel couldn’t make the chips). Despite its name, the report is a detailed investigation into supercomputer development across most fields, bringing together the work of around a thousand researchers.
It predicts increasing hybridisation between classic supercomputers and AI. With increasing hybridisation comes increased use of workflow as a primary model for task creation and management; instead of gathering all the data in one place and then operating on it, cascading operations happen as data flows in from the edge of the system to be used in an overall model.
However, it cautions, architectural changes will be needed on the classical side to fully realise the potential. Current high-performance memory and storage systems expect workloads with relatively small inputs and large outputs, with predictable, contiguous, block-based operations. Current AI training workloads, in contrast, must read large datasets, often petabytes, repeatedly and not necessarily in order, for training. AI models will need to be stored and dispatched to inference engines, which could look like small, random operations. This could impact performance considerably if not designed properly.
And the need to rethink workload management will increase with specialised AI hardware cooperating with traditional systems to train models that are dispatched to low-power devices at the edge.
Further out, by 10 years, the Argonne roadmap is expecting the last generation of supercomputers that are recognisable descendants of previous designs. They will be heavily hybrid, with AI/ML doing much of the system management, model generation, and code generation/optimisation, and with million-qubit quantum computing – perhaps – providing useful assistance. If they are useful, they’ll be used in simulation, and mostly by the AIs, which will know how to generate optimised code for a task.
Argonne expects 100 exaFLOPS to be achievable by then, with the first zettascale – 1,000 exaFLOPS – designs on the drawing board, though as Argonne director Professor Rick Stevens told the Future of Information and Communication Conference in 2020: “It’s not clear how to account for quantum computing and neuromorphic components.”
They could come a lot quicker, he said. “And everything that touches data will have some intelligence.”
AI will be integrated into storage to provide useful abstractions of data alongside bit-for-bit save and retrieve, and able to fill in gaps of missing data with synthetic data, which would not be without its problems.
By now, predicts Stevens, the non-Von Neumann parts of supercomputing will be taking the lion’s share of developmental effort and power, becoming the primary technologies in the field. The unique needs of the supercomputer, it seems, that brought the Von Neumann architecture into being and gave it a life that will easily see its centenary, have also set in motion the causes of its demise, and for the first time in modern computing history we can see the shape of things to come afterwards. ®