Java Web Frameworks Software Market – increasing demand with Industry Professionals: Meteor Development Group, ObjectPlanet,

java web frameworks software market – increasing demand with industry professionals: meteor development group, objectplanet,


Java Web Frameworks Software Market Forecast 2029: Revenue, Size & Growth
Global Java Web Frameworks Software Market Forecast till 2029 research includes reliable economic, international, and country-level forecasts and analysis. It offers a holistic view of the competitive market and thorough analyses of the supply chain to help companies identify closely significant trends in the company practices seen in the sector. Major Companies listed in this Reports are Meteor Development Group, ObjectPlanet, Blue Spire, Big Faceless Organization, Google, Atlassian, Haulmont, Liferay, Vaadin, Pivotal Software, Secure Code Warrior, Leaning Technologies, Mozilla, Codekitapp, Oracle.
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Regional Breakout for Java Web Frameworks Software Market: North America XXX million $, Europe XXX million $, Asia XXX million $ & Rest of World.

Overview Java Web Frameworks Software Market including Types & Application:
• North America: United States, Canada, and Mexico• South & Central America: Argentina, Chile, and Brazil• Middle East & Africa: Saudi Arabia, UAE, Turkey, Egypt and South Africa• Europe: UK, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, and Russia
Application: Individual, Enterprise, Others
Types: On-premise, Cloud-based
Java Web Frameworks Software Market Leading Competition: In this section, the report provides information on Competitive situations and trends including merger and acquisition and expansion, market shares of the top ten …



Smart Cities Connect 2020: Resolving Big Data Challenges Key to Smart City Success

smart cities connect 2020: resolving big data challenges key to smart city success


Cary Smart City Program Manager Terry Yates emphasized the importance of educating city personnel on available resources. When attempting to solve a problem, staffers may go searching for the latest new application without realizing the city already owns a solution. Furthermore, “we’ve worked out the data management and security” aspects of the solution, Yates said.Managers soon realize the benefits of integrating with the common platform as well, as data used to resolve their issues may complement city projects elsewhere.
“As soon as that data comes into your architecture, standardize it so it can be ingested into all of your platforms,” Yates said. Cary collects data with Dell Boomi and distributes data to users through Salesforce. The town stores documentation on all of its productions in a central location using Box.
In the case of stormwater, floods “don’t have municipal boundaries,” Yates said. The Triangle region shares data through Cary’s platform, which can then automate a response to conditions. Should floodwaters reach a certain height, the platform automatically alerts public works to close the road, for example. Yates likened the platform to a Fitbit for the region.
Raimundo emphasized the importance of avoiding data silos and educating departments and …


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Strategic Education Q3 Earnings: Time To Buy Struggling NasdaqGS:STRA Stock? | The Bankers’ Tribune

strategic education q3 earnings: time to buy struggling nasdaqgs:stra stock? | the bankers’ tribune


Strategic Education, Inc. (NasdaqGS:STRA) is scheduled to report Q3 earnings results before markets open for trading on November 5, 2020.
The company is expected to report earnings of $1.20/share on revenue of $241.1 million. The consensus earnings per share (EPS) of $1.20/share is based on a poll of 4 analysts and represents a decline in eps of −6.4% over the same quarter last year, when the company reported earnings of $1.28/share.
The revenue forecast of $241.1 million based on a poll of 4 analysts implies a year-over-year (YoY) decline in revenue of −0.3%. Last year the company reported $241.7 million in revenue for the quarter.

Expected to report EPS contraction of −6.4% for Q3, 2020

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Earnings Call Trends
Management has been great at managing analyst expectations historically. The company has a perfect record over the last 8 tracked quarters of exceeding earnings guidance.
What are your expectations from Strategic Education, Inc. for earnings this quarter? Let us know in the comments!

Analyst Expected vs. Reported EPS


Q2, 2020

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Q4, 2019

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Q4, 2018

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In the following table, we summarize the company’s stock price movements after earnings releases. The “ …


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Penn State launches newly redesigned university website | Penn State University

penn state launches newly redesigned university website | penn state university


As part of a yearlong development effort, Penn State relaunched the University’s official website,, on Oct. 28. The update features a new design based on extensive research and planning, better supports the enrollment information needs of prospective students, and helps various user groups get needed information in fewer clicks.  The site also puts more emphasis on storytelling.
“The website is a front door to the University, and we believe the new, modern site reflects Penn State’s excellence, and community connectedness, and is in line with the expectations of our web-savvy audiences,” said Lawrence Lokman, Vice President for Strategic Communications. “Those expectations require a mobile friendly site aligned with web trends and usability best practices,” he said.
Looking ahead, Lokman added the redesigned site is built to allow Strategic Communications to adapt quickly to changing audience needs and technical advancements.  “We have more than 470,000 users a month on average, and this new site will enable us to more nimbly meet the information needs of prospective and current students, staff and faculty, both now, and into the future.”
Penn State’s main website can be found at
Last Updated October 28, 2020


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Is Snowflake Stock Overpriced? @themotleyfool #stocks $SNOW

is snowflake stock overpriced? @themotleyfool #stocks $snow


Recent-IPO darling Snowflake (NYSE:SNOW) deserves its high valuation. The data-warehouse-as-a-service specialist has been growing revenue at a fast pace over the last several years, and it remains exposed to the long-term growth opportunities that cloud and data analytics represent.
But the company’s lofty valuation suggests the market expects phenomenal long-term performance. Does that mean that Snowflake’s stock overpriced, despite the company’s attractive potential?
Phenomenal growth in data storage and analysis
As enterprises have been digitizing their operations, they have been accumulating vast amounts of data. That trend isn’t likely to wane: Research outfit IDC estimates the amount of worldwide data will grow at a compound annual rate (CAGR) of 61% by 2025.
The good thing is companies can exploit that knowledge to make business decisions. However, until recently, analyzing such a growing amount of data required cumbersome processes, hardware, and software. 

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Thus, Snowflake leveraged cloud computing to simplify big data management and analysis. For instance, its platform doesn’t require data analysts to process and organize data before storing it for analysis. And its customers can use and scale resources on-demand from any of the major public cloud vendors, Amazon, Microsoft, and Alphabet’s Google. 
In addition, the company …


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Palantir Technologies Could Be Your Top-Secret Big Data Holding

palantir technologies could be your top-secret big data holding


Data analytics company Palantir Technologies (NYSE:PLTR) is unique among tech businesses. PLTR stock traders should know that a sizable portion of the company’s revenues comes from federal agencies. This includes the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and even the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
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But first of all, don’t even think about buying the stock until you’ve read InvestorPlace contributor Thomas Yeung’s comprehensive guide to Palantir’s initial public offering (IPO). It’s pretty much required reading for prospective investors in this stock.
Next, you need to understand that this stock just started trading on the exchange on Sept. 30 via a direct listing. I’ll provide the finer details on that momentarily.
With a CIA and ICE connection, you’ve got to admit that you’re at least a little intrigued. Palantir harnesses the power of big data to facilitate decision-making. Now I’ll try to help you make a decision on whether you should buy PLTR or not.
A Closer Look at PLTR Stock
So, let’s talk about that direct listing. Call me a thief, but I’m going to borrow a quote that Yeung …


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Tacodeli Is Launching A Barbacoa Taco – Houston Food Finder

tacodeli is launching a barbacoa taco – houston food finder


Tacodeli is launching a limited time Barbacoa Taco as their Special of the Moment on October 29 at all locations! The limited time Barbacoa Taco ($4.25) is made with braised Tender Belly pork cheek barbacoa, cilantro, onion, avocado and chile de arbol salsa drizzled on top. It’s available all day for breakfast, lunch and dinner at all locations. During Breakfast, guests can add Barbacoa to a “Build Your Own” taco for an extra dollar. This limited special of the moment is available October 29 through mid-November – or until it sells out – at all locations in Texas. Don’t miss your chance to try out the Barbacoa Taco before it’s gone! To place an order for pickup go to


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Big Data and Business Analytics Market to Reach $420.98 Bn, Globally, by 2027 at 10.9% CAGR: Allied Market Research

big data and business analytics market to reach $420.98 bn, globally, by 2027 at 10.9% cagr: allied market research


PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Allied Market Research published a report, titled, “Big Data and Business Analytics Market by Component (Hardware, Software, and Service) Deployment Model (On-premise and Cloud), Analytics Tool (Dashboard & Data Visualization, Data Mining & Warehousing, Self-service Tools, Reporting, and Others), Application (Customer Analytics, Supply Chain Analytics, Marketing Analytics, Pricing Analytics, Spatial Analytics, Workforce Analytics, Risk & Credit Analytics, and Transportation Analytics), and Industry Vertical (BFSI, Manufacturing, Healthcare, Government, Energy & Utilities, Transportation, Retail & E-Commerce, IT & Telecom, Education and Others): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2020–2027.” According to the report, the global big data and business analytics industry generated $193.14 billion in 2019, and is estimated to reach $420.98 billion by 2027, registering a CAGR of 10.9% from 2020 to 2027.
Drivers, restraints, and opportunities
Increase in adoption of big data analytics software by various organizations, rise in demand for cloud-based big data analytics software among SMEs, and benefits regarding big data and business analytics solutions drive the growth of the global big data and business analytics market. However, lack of skilled personnel and high cost of implementation hinder the market growth. On the other hand, rise in trends such as social media analytics and need to avail insights for business planning create new opportunities in the coming …


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Now Hiring: Malouf, an innovative sleep technology company based in Logan

now hiring: malouf, an innovative sleep technology company based in logan


LOGAN, Utah — A Utah company that is considered a leader in innovative sleep technology is now hiring for workers to fill positions at their headquarters in Logan.Malouf, which is considered a global leader in innovative sleep technology, has openings in web development, product development, apparel design, software engineering, sales, reception, marketing and other areas.”Anytime they want to apply for a position, it’s important to look at the type of position they’re looking for. Sometimes we get one candidate that has applied for 15 positions so it kinda makes a hiring manager look at what is this person’s true interest,” said Afi Malek, Malouf’s human resources manager.Some of Malouf’s benefits include, free daily gourmet lunch served on-site, paid maternity and paternity leave, an on-site fitness center and monthly hair salon appointments.The company is proud to be ranked #8 Glassdoor’s best places to work.
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Ask a Trainer Video: Growing Your E-Learning Design Skills

ask a trainer video: growing your e-learning design skills


Since I started as an e-learning designer more than a decade ago, there’s always been a healthy and steady number of folks looking to grow their e-learning design and development skills within our industry. Much of this is because many of the tools we use to create e-learning have become more accessible to a wider audience. Gone are the days when you’d need to have the same knowledge and experience as a web developer to create e-learning content.
If 2020 has taught me anything, the ability to be a good e-learning designer is a top priority for employers and job-seekers alike. This is especially true with so much learning content being adapted for digital delivery.
In this month’s Ask a Trainer video, I’m answering your questions about growing your e-learning design skills.
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Do you have a learning question you’d like me to tackle? You can email them to [email protected] Also, make sure to visit the Ask a Trainer Hub to check out all of your questions and my answers.


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