Tag: Emergent Technologies

Realizing digital identity in government: Prioritizing design and implementation objectives for Aadhaar in India

Title: Realizing digital identity in government: Prioritizing design and implementation objectives for Aadhaar in India

Journal: Government Information Quaterly

DoI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.giq.2019.101442

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Testing Your API: 5 Tips for Beginners

Short of testing at the message layer, it would be impossible to know whether the selected APIs are actually integrated properly and displaying the performance and reliability expected from the integration. The following tips are meant to make sure that new developers can checklist the essentials and reduce their chances of mistakes from the testing phase.

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What Makes a Good Charity Website?

Charity websites are usually made with very modest budgets that are barely enough to cover professional web design costs. The reason for this is because most charities depend on voluntary funding. These funds are carefully distributed to the more important things, leaving almost none for the making of a website.

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Three Tools for On-the-Go Entrepreneurs

In today’s world, the entrepreneur is faced with multiple tools to help them work more efficiently than ever before. Whether developing their own startup company or working on a side hustle, enterprising folks need to look to technology and other startups to help them work in ways that are leaner, more flexible and internet-based. Streamlining costs and making operations scalable are increasingly becoming more important. Here are three tools to help you take your business into the future.

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Research Associate opening in IIT Delhi

There is a project opportunity in IIT Delhi in the domain of Gamification of Cyber Security. This project is under the INSPIRE scheme of DST. The person needs to have a good academic background and skills surrounding programming in C#. BTech in Computer Science / Information Technology from a good institute is required (MTech preferred). Please send your CV to arpankar@iitd.ac.in Salary 30k/month plus, (40K for MTech) depending on background and skills. Candidates if good, can extend their research skills, for pursuing PhD, if they meet eligibility criteria.
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6 Effective and Simple Tips for the Mobile App Developers of Fintech

Fintech is one of the important terms that are used for describing those companies, which are operating in the sector of financial technology. It is related to the small size startup organizations, which are responsible for developing innovative as well as technological solutions in diverse areas.

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Eco-friendly Bitcoin Mining: A Sustainable Solution?

Bitcoin’s Energy Consumption

In theory, Bitcoin mining can be compared to the process of mining for traditional metals, such as gold, copper, and platinum. While ‘traditional’ miners search for gold by hacking away at rocks, Bitcoin miners work to find the exact code that will provide them with valuable assets. However, Bitcoin miners extensively use the power grid in order to generate  revenue.

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What Are You Supposed to Do with Advanced Degrees in Engineering?

An engineering bachelor’s degree seems like the perfect credential. After just four to five years of study, you are equipped to obtain some of the highest-paying and most rewarding entry-level positions on the job market. Engineering careers tend to be long and satisfying, and that’s without the addition of an advanced degree. Continue reading “What Are You Supposed to Do with Advanced Degrees in Engineering?”