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Experts told Moneycontrol that it is still a strong technical buy, hence, any dip in the stock post the result could be used to buy. Rajani added that TCS is looking bullish on all technical parameters and the stock should continue to do well in the coming quarters. "So, every dip should be considered as a buying opportunity by investors." … [Read more...] about After The Bell: TCS feels COVID pain; here’s what investors should do on Friday?
Every mask is an homage to hidden figures Lien-teh Wu was the Malaysian doctor who proved masks can thwart airborne plagues. Sara Little Turnball was the designer who suggested that 3M learn how to mold disposable masks that fit on your face, introducing the idea that air filters don’t need to be big helmets. And Peter Tsai is the Taiwanese American materials scientist who figured out how to add an electrostatic charge to filters so they can snatch viruses from the air, even when those viruses are so small they should sneak right through the holes inside an N95. Wearing a mask is an ode to their accomplishments. [Read more] … [Read more...] about The 21 best arguments for wearing a mask
My mentor and other university faculty have assured me and 60 other international students in the campus that the institute would engage closely with the government to ensure that our academic progress is not hampered. I have been told that the institute is also planning to engage two lawyers to ensure that the newly planned blended learning modules are not in violation of law. … [Read more...] about Forced return home and job hunt: An Indian student worries about the future after new US visa rule
Another goal in redesigning the app was purely technical: to strip down the app so that it would only take up five megabytes of space (compared to the 40 megabytes of the U.S. app). That meant cutting out any unnecessary elements of the code—a process that Andhare jokingly calls going to the “Uber Lite gym,” where the engineers would negotiate over every kilobyte they needed. Instead of making a connection with the network every time a user does something in the Uber app, the engineers found a way to package many actions together, bundling them so that they could make fewer calls to the network. The decision, Andhare says, led to the app being 1/20th less network-heavy. … [Read more...] about How Uber quietly redesigned its interface for the rest of the world