Posts Tagged ‘Graduates’
Skype’s fledgling Windows Phone app broke out of beta today, adding contact searching and landline calling to it’s VOIP repertoire. The update comes just shy of two months of the Beta’s introduction in February, and boasts a handful of minor improvements that should keep your calls connected. You’ll still be making those calls yourself, however, as the full version doesn’t yet have support for receiving calls in the background — if the app isn’t running, your phone isn’t ringing. Hit the source link below to update.
Question by kathy_is_a_nurse: Any advice for a nephew interested in a career in robotics in the AF when he graduates High School?
What are the job opportunities in that career field (I would think a lot)? Would the AF fund his college education? Would he be better off going to college first, and if so what courses should he take? What are the bases he’d likely get assigned to? What should he ask his recruiter… For that matter, is it too early to meet with a recruiter… He doesn’t graduate high school until spring.
Any and all advice would be much appreciated.
Answer by Charles Veidt
He should look for a university with a great Engineering program.
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Akshay Kothari and Ankit Gupta, two Stanford grads who signed up for the Launch Pad class at the University’s Institute of Design (aka d.school), could have hardly chosen a better path to try their hands at startup life. The pair has gone from idea to a (very cool) digital news app for the iPad in just 5 weeks, and they’re just getting started.
The application, called Pulse, is essentially a visually attractive RSS-based news aggregator. On sale for $3.99 (iTunes link), the app is aimed to please both hardcore RSS reader users and people who are willing to pay top dollars for single publication apps.
Props to CrunchGear