The prospect of joining a top company may make any educational challenge you face at college seem unimportant. Many students dream of working at Google, Apple, or the big four accounting firms, yet there are quite a few other companies that create great soil for growing young talents. 1. J.P. Morgan In addition to graduates with financial degrees, this investment bank is interested in candidates who majored in liberal arts, including history and English. J.P. Morgan is one of the first Wall Street companies to establish a business casual dress code. To join the team of over 240,000 employees, most newly grads have to work as interns first.
If you are looking for new smart-phone consider looking for more options. High performance models of high brand manufacturers cost a lot. And this is not always the best choice you could get. Sometimes it is worth looking around and considering less known brands. You may be surprised the variety in performance and price. For instance, XIAOMI has been releasing pretty good smart phones for a reasonable price. Sometimes it may seems that you get more than you pay for. Lets take a look at one great model that has everything you may need. XIAOMI Redmi Note 3 Pro has 5.5 inch 1920×1080 Full HD display with 403 PPI density. Inside is ticking Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 64-bit 1.8GHz hexa core processor featuring Adreno 510 GPU. Inside you will find 3GB … Continue reading
Virtual 3D reality is an exiting experience. Some time ago, it was somewhat complex and expensive, today everyone can have their own virtual reality headset. It basically requires two things – a smart phone with higher possible resolution screen and glasses itself where smart-phone fits in. You can find lots of variations of glasses in internet – even made of cardboard. But for better experience probably you should choose softer and more convenient material.
As wit h Arduino, it is becoming hard to keep up with Raspberry Pi variations. There area many sizes, clones and performance choices. And this is great. Friendly ARM have developed pretty neat Raspberry Pi native board called NanoPi. As its name states, the size of board is 40mm x 40mm. Dont be fooled by its small dimensions. It packs everything you may need to run small board computer: CPU: Allwinner H3, Quad-core Cortex-A7 Up to 1.2GHz DDR3 RAM: 256MB/512MB Connectivity: 10/100M Ethernet USB Host: Type-A x 1, 2.54 mm pin x 2 MicroSD Slot x 1 MicroUSB: for data transmission and power input Debug Serial Port: 4Pin, 2.54 mm pitch pin header GPIO: 2.54mm pitch 36pin. It includes UART, SPI, I2C, IO etc PCB Dimension: 40 x 40 mm … Continue reading