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Canara Bank Specialist Officer Vacancy Recruitment 2020

Canara Bank, a leading listed Public Sector Bank having headquartered in Bengaluru (syndicate Bank is merged with Canara Bank), invites Online applications in the prescribed format for recruitment to the various government job vacancy posts in the Specialized category in JMG Scale-I and MMG Scale-II in the Specialist Officer cadre in various specialist disciplines (CB/RP/2/2020). SarkariNaukriBlog Canara Bank Specialist Cadre Officer Recruitment 2020-21 Canara Bank is recruiting Specialist....
Tags: Jobs, Developer, Law, Engineer, Manager, Bank, Officer, Analyst, MCA, Manisha, CA-ICWA-Finance, Specialist, Canara Bank, Public Sector Bank, Programmer, IT(Computer


Serenade snags $2.1M seed round to turn speech into code

Several years ago Serenade co-founder Matt Wiethoff was a developer at Quora when he was diagnosed with a severe repetitive stress injury to his hand and couldn’t code. He and co-founder Tommy MacWilliam decided to use AI to create a tool that let him speak the code instead and Serenade was born. Today, the company announced a $2.1 million seed investment led by Amplify Partners and Neo. While it was at it, the startup also announced the first commercial version of the product, Serenade Pr...
Tags: Google, Startups, Cloud, Developer, Funding, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Quora, Machine Learning, Developer Tools, MacWilliam, Amplify Partners, Speech To Text, Serenade, Matt Wiethoff, Tommy MacWilliam


Hulu UX teardown: 5 user experience fails and how to fix them

Hulu is the first major streaming platform to offer a social watching experience. And with most major league sports now being allowed to resume behind closed doors, Hulu’s combined proposition with ESPN will likely help entertain the service’s 30+ million users over the winter months. But users have a surplus in choice of streaming services right now, so how will Hulu stay competitive? With the help of UX expert Peter Ramsey from Built for Mars, we’re going to give Hulu an Extra Crunch ...
Tags: TC, Video, Media, Developer, Entertainment, Tech, User Experience, Espn, Ux, Mars, Hulu, Usability, Steve, Streaming Services, Peter Ramsey


Can artificial intelligence give elephants a winning edge?

Adam Benzion Contributor Share on Twitter Adam Benzion is a serial entrepreneur, writer, tech investor, co-founder of Hackster.io and the CXO of Edge Impulse. Images of elephants roaming the African plains are imprinted on all of our minds and something easily recognized as a symbol of Africa. But the future of elephants today is uncertain. An elephant is currently being killed by poachers every 15 minutes, and humans, who l...
Tags: Column, Internet Of Things, Japan, Science, Microsoft, Developer, Africa, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, John Legend, GreenTech, Natalie Portman, Western Digital, Sara, Tim


Mac-optimized TensorFlow flexes new M1 and GPU muscles

A new Mac-optimized fork of machine learning environment TensorFlow posts some major performance increases. Although a big part of that is that until now the GPU wasn’t used for training tasks (!), M1-based devices see even further gains, suggesting a spate of popular workflow optimizations like this one are incoming. Announced on both TensorFlow and Apple’s blogs, the improved Mac version shows in the best case more than a 10x improvement in speed for common training tasks. That’s worth celebra...
Tags: Apple, Developer, Tech, Intel, Artificial Intelligence, Gpu, Mac Pro, Apple Silicon Mac, MacBook Air M1


Will Zoom Apps be the next hot startup platform?

When Zoom announced Zapps last month — the name has since been wisely changed to Zoom Apps — VC Twitter immediately began speculating that Zoom could make the leap from successful video conferencing service to becoming a launching pad for startup innovation. It certainly caught the attention of former TechCrunch writer and current investor at Signal Fire Josh Constine, who tweeted that “Zoom’s new ‘Zapps’ app platform will crush or king-make lots of startups.” Zoom's new "Zapps" app pl...
Tags: Startups, TC, Video, Enterprise, Developer, Tech, App Stores, Salesforce, Video Conferencing, Signal Fire, Emergence Capital, Zoom, Josh Constine, Scheinman, Jason Green, Maven Ventures


Grouparoo snares $3M seed to build open source customer data integration framework

Creating a great customer experience requires a lot of data from a variety of sources, and pulling that disparate data together has captured the attention of companies and big and small from Salesforce and Adobe to Segment and Klaviyo. Today, Grouparoo, a new startup from three industry vets is the next company up with an open source framework designed to make it easier for developers to access and make use of customer data. The company announced a $3 million seed investment led by Eniac Venture...
Tags: Startups, TC, Open Source, Cloud, Enterprise, Developer, Funding, Marketing, San Francisco, Tech, Customer Experience, SaaS, Taskrabbit, Eniac Ventures, Evan, Leonard


Cloudbolt announces $35M Series B debt/equity investment to help manage hybrid cloud

Cloudbolt, a Bethesda, MD startup that helps companies manage hybrid cloud environments, announced a $35 million Series B investment today. It was split between $15 million in equity investment and $20 Million in debt. Insight Partners provided the equity side of the equation, while Hercules Capital and Bridge Bank supplied the venture debt. The company has now raised over $61 million in equity and debt, according to Crunchbase data. CEO Jeff Kukowski says that his company helps customers wit...
Tags: Startups, TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Developer, Funding, Tech, HashiCorp, Bethesda, Kukowski, Hybrid Cloud, Jeff Kukowski, Insight Partners, Recent Funding, Multi-cloud, Cloudbolt


Arrikto raises $10M for its MLOps platform

Arrikto, a startup that wants to speed up the machine learning development lifecycle by allowing engineers and data scientists to treat data like code, is coming out of stealth today and announcing a $10 million Series A round. The round was led by Unusual Ventures, with Unusual’s John Vrionis joining the board. “Our technology at Arrikto helps companies overcome the complexities of implementing and managing machine learning applications,” Arrikto CEO and co-founder Constantinos Venetsanopoul...
Tags: Google, Startups, Cloud, Europe, Developer, Cloud Computing, Tech, Computing, Athens, Machine Learning, Silicon Valley, Software Development, Devops, Cto, Kubernetes, ATHENS Greece


GitHub defies RIAA takedown notice, restoring YouTube-dl and starting $1M defense fund

GitHub has restored the code of a project that the RIAA demanded it take down last month after finding that the group’s DMCA complaint was meritless. YouTube-dl, a tool that lets videos from the streaming site be downloaded for offline viewing, is back in action — and GitHub is changing its policy and earmarking a million dollars for a legal defense fund against future importunities. The controversy began in mid-October when the RIAA sent a DMCA complaint to GitHub claiming that YouTube -dl...
Tags: Developer, Youtube, Tech, Copyright, Eff, Dmca, Piracy, Riaa, Github, Copyright Law, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Section 1201, Youtube-dl


Gretel announces $12M Series A to make it easier to anonymize data

As companies work with data, one of the big obstacles they face is making sure they are not exposing personally identifiable information (PII) or other sensitive data. It usually requires a painstaking manual effort to strip out that data. Gretel, an early stage startup, wants to change that by making it faster and easier to anonymize data sets. Today the company announced a $12 million Series A led by Greylock. The company has now raised $15.5 million. Gretel founder and CEO Alex Watson says th...
Tags: Startups, Open Source, Enterprise, Developer, Funding, Tech, Data, Gm, Aws, Watson, Greylock, Gretel, Sridhar Ramaswamy, Ramaswamy, Recent Funding, Alex Watson


Zilliz raises $43 million as investors rush to China’s open source software

For years, founders and investors in China had little interest in open source software because it did not seem like the most viable business model. Zilliz‘s latest financing round shows that attitude is changing. The three-year-old Chinese startup, which builds open source software for processing unstructured data, recently closed a Series B round of $43 million. The investment, which catapults Zilliz’s to-date raise to over $53 million, is a sizable amount for any open source business around th...
Tags: Open Source, Asia, Developer, China, Tech, Open Source Software, SaaS, Shanghai, Silicon Valley, Linux, Mongodb, Oracle, Data Management, Linux Foundation, Shenzhen, Milvus


Mirantis brings extensions to its Lens Kubernetes IDE, launches a new Kubernetes distro

Earlier this year, Mirantis, the company that now owns Docker’s enterprise business, acquired Lens, a desktop application that provides developers with something akin to an IDE for managing their Kubernetes clusters. At the time, Mirantis CEO Adrian Ionel told me that the company wants to offer enterprises the tools to quickly build modern applications. Today, it’s taking another step in that direction with the launch of an extensions API for Lens that will take the tool far beyond its original ...
Tags: TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Developer, Tech, Ceo, Intel, Linux, Docker, Api, Openstack, Free Software, Founder, Mirantis, Kubernetes, Windows Server


Solo.io announces service mesh platform aimed at enterprise customers

Solo.io, a Cambridge, MA service mesh startup, announced some big changes to its approach today with a full-stack platform of services aimed squarely at the enterprise. The culmination of this will be Gloo Mesh Enterprise, a new product that will be available in Beta by the end of the year. Service meshes are part of a cloud native, containerized approach to development that enable micro services to communicate with one another. Idit Levine, founder and CEO at Solo, says that she began by creati...
Tags: TC, Open Source, Cloud, Enterprise, Developer, Tech, Cambridge, Solo, Levine, PitchBook, Cloud Native, Idit Levine, Solo.io, Gloo Mesh Enterprise, Gloo Edge


Mozart Data lands $4M seed to provide out-of-the-box data stack

Mozart Data founders Peter Fishman and Dan Silberman have been friends for over 20 years, working at various startups, and even launching a hot sauce company together along the way. As technologists, they saw companies building a data stack over and over. They decided to provide one for them and Mozart Data was born. The company graduated from the Y Combinator Summer 2020 cohort in August and announced a $4 million seed round today led by Craft Ventures and Array Ventures with participation f...
Tags: Startups, TC, Y Combinator, Enterprise, Developer, Funding, Tech, Data, Snowflake, Business Intelligence, Fishman, Recent Funding, Mozart Data, Peter Fishman, Dan Silberman, Craft Ventures and Array Ventures


5 UX design research mistakes you can stop making today

Jason Buhle Contributor Share on Twitter Jason Buhle is a professor in the online Master of Science in the Applied Psychology program at the University of Southern California and Director of UX Strategy at AnswerLab, the largest independent consultancy exclusively focused on UX research. A recent article in Entrepreneur magazine listed “inadequate testing” as the top reason why startups fail. Inadequate testing essentially ...
Tags: Google, Startups, TC, Column, Developer, Entrepreneurship, Tech, Customer Experience, Ux, Product Management, User Interfaces, Market Research, University Of Southern California, User Research, Jason Buhle, UX Strategy


AWS launches its next-gen GPU instances

AWS today announced the launch of its newest GPU-equipped instances. Dubbed P4, these new instances are launching a decade after AWS launched its first set of Cluster GPU instances. This new generation is powered by Intel Cascade Lake processors and eight of NVIDIA’s A100 Tensor Core GPUs. These instances, AWS promises, offer up to 2.5x the deep learning performance of the previous generation — and training a comparable model should be about 60% cheaper with these new instances. Image Credits:...
Tags: Cloud, Enterprise, Developer, Cloud Computing, Tech, Intel, Artificial Intelligence, Computing, Nvidia, Machine Learning, Aws, Gpu, Amazon Web Services, GE Healthcare, Cloud Infrastructure, Aon


Scaleway launches cloud instances that cost $2.10 per month

French cloud hosting company Scaleway originally started with very cheap cloud instances. Over the years, the company has expanded its offering and added more premium services, such as managed Kubernetes, object storage, block storage, managed databases, load balancers and GPU instances. But Scaleway is now launching another cheap cloud instance that costs €0.0025 per hour — around $0.0039 per hour. Obviously, you’re not getting incredible performance for that price. But it’s a good way to try o...
Tags: Europe, Developer, Tech, Paris, Amsterdam, France Newsletter, Vpn, Gpu, Kubernetes, Scaleway


Twilio wraps $3.2B purchase of Segment after warp speed courtship

It was barely a month ago we began hearing rumors that Twilio was interested in acquiring Segment. The $3.2 billion deal was officially announced three weeks ago, and this morning the communications API company announced that the deal had closed, astonishingly fast for an acquisition of this size. While we can’t know for sure, the speed with which the deal closed could suggest that it was in the works longer than we had known, and when we began hearing rumors of the acquisition, it could have al...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Developer, Tech, M&a, Mergers and Acquisitions, APIs, Twilio, Exit, Segment, Lawson, Leary, Jeff Lawson


Raspberry Pi Foundation announces the cute little Raspberry Pi 400

This is the Atari 400 Raspberry Pi 400. The Raspberry Pi Foundation is launching a new product today — and it’s a brand new device. As you can see on the photo, the Raspberry Pi 400 is a computer integrated in a compact keyboard that costs $70. And it is the easiest way to get started with a Raspberry Pi. If you’re not familiar with the Raspberry Pi, it’s a single-board computer with a lot of connectors that is the size of a deck of cards. You can give it to a kid so that they can play around wi...
Tags: Startups, TC, Gadgets, Raspberry Pi, Developer, Bluetooth Low Energy, Raspberry Pi Foundation, UK US, Romain Dillet, Brian Heater, RAM Wi Fi Bluetooth


Redpoint and Sequoia are backing a startup to copy edit your shit code

Code is the lifeblood of the modern world, yet the tooling for some programming environments can be remarkably spartan. While developers have long had access to graphical programming environments (IDEs) and performance profilers and debuggers, advanced products to analyze and improve lines of code have been harder to find. These days, the most typical tool in the kit is a linter, which scans through code pointing out flaws that might cause issues. For instance, there might be too many spaces on ...
Tags: Amazon, Python, Fundings & Exits, Startups, Facebook, Enterprise, Developer, Funding, Tech, Mit, Evans, Sequoia Capital, Palantir, Redpoint Ventures, Sequoia, Developer Tools


Sinch announces Conversation API to bring together multiple messaging tools

As communicating with customers across the world grows ever more challenging due to multiple channels, tools and networking providers, companies are looking for a way to simplify it all. Sinch, a company that makes communications APIs, announced a new tool this morning called the Conversation API designed to make it easier to interact with customers across the planet using multiple messaging products. Sinch chief product officer Vikram Khandpur says that business is being conducted in differe...
Tags: TC, Cloud, Sweden, Enterprise, Developer, Messaging, India, Tech, Sms, Viber, Sap, Stockholm, APIs, Sinch, Digital Interconnect, Vikram Khandpur


Twitter’s API access changes are chasing away third-party developers

Edward Tian Contributor Share on Twitter Edward Tian is a computer science student at Princeton and an investigator at Bellingcat who combines technology and investigative journalism. On August 12, Twitter launched a complete rebuild of its 2012 API, with new endpoints for data collection, new access levels and a new developer portal. Notably, the version 2 API was presented as a step in mending the notoriously fractious re...
Tags: Social, Startups, TC, Column, Twitter, Developer, Bbc, Princeton, Social Media Analytics, Gnip, Datasift, Data Analytics, Barker, Bellingcat, Twitter API, Shulman


Pulumi raises $37.5M Series B for its cloud engineering platform

Seattle-based Pulumi, one of the newer startups in the ”infrastructure-as-code” space, today announced that it has raised a $37.5 million Series B funding round led by NEA. Previous investors Madrona Venture Group and Tola Capital also participated in this round, which brings the total investment in the company to $57.5 million. The new investment follows the launch of Pulumi 2.0, which got the company closer to its vision of becoming what the team calls a ‘cloud engineering platform’ and imp...
Tags: Startups, Cloud, Microsoft, Developer, Cloud Computing, Windows, Tech, Seattle, Nea, Madrona Venture Group, Duffy, Jacobson, Cloud Infrastructure, Joe Duffy, Eric Rudder, Scott Sandell


Stark raises $1.5M for a toolkit that helps developers and others create more inclusive design

Diversity and inclusion are slowly, slowly moving away from being an afterthought (or worse, a no-thought) in the tech world. And to underscore the new attention the area is getting — in every aspect of the concept — today a startup that’s building tools to help designers and developers make their end products more accessible to people with visual impairments is announcing some funding. Stark, a New York-based startup that lets designers others building with design software run their files throu...
Tags: Europe, New York, Developer, Funding, Tech, Oracle, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Noone, Stark, Fouquet, Daniel Darling, Jason Warner, Culture Amp, Indicator Ventures, Cat Noone, Michael Fouquet


Anima’s latest update draws on the popularity of design and no-code tools

Anima, the company that turns design prototypes into code, has today announced the launch of Anima 4.0, which will allow designers to create prototypes in Figma that are translated into components in React with the click of a button. The company was founded by Or Arbel (cofounder of Yo!), Avishay Cohen (who led R&D at Mobli) and Michal Cohen. It launched three years ago with a platform that allowed designers in Figma, Sketch and Adobe XD to translate their designs into HTML code. With today’s...
Tags: Startups, TC, Adobe, Developer, Tech, Walmart, Yo, Or Arbel, Figma, Anima, Mobli, Arbel, Zohar Gilon, Michal Cohen, Hetz Ventures, Yo Avishay Cohen


The No-Code Generation is arriving

In the distant past, there was a proverbial “digital divide” that bifurcated workers into those who knew how to use computers and those who didn’t.[1] Young Gen Xers and their later millennial companions grew up with Power Macs and Wintel boxes, and that experience made them native users on how to make these technologies do productive work. Older generations were going to be wiped out by younger workers who were more adaptable to the needs of the modern digital economy, upending our routine noti...
Tags: Enterprise, Education, Developer, America, Tech, Minecraft, Lua, College Board, LTV, Shogun, Roblox, No Code, Airtable, Retool, Young Gen Xers, Power Macs


The RIAA is coming for the YouTube downloaders

In ye olden days of piracy, RIAA takedown notices were a common thing — I received a few myself. But that’s mostly fallen off as tracking pirates has gotten more difficult. But the RIAA can still issue nastygrams — to the creators of software that could potentially be used to violate copyright, like YouTube downloaders. One such popular tool used by many developers, YouTube-DL, has been removed from GitHub for the present after an RIAA threat, as noted by Freedom of the Press Foundation’s Parker...
Tags: Google, Media, Developer, Youtube, Tech, Dmca, Piracy, Riaa, Association, Freedom Of The Press Foundation, Parker Higgins, Shock Horror Piracy YouTube DL


Harness delivers enterprise continuous integration on heels of Drone.io acquisition

In August, Harness made its first acquisition when it bought open source continuous integration startup Drone.io. The company didn’t waste any time building on that purchase, announcing a new enterprise continuous integration tool today to go alongside the open source project Drone has been building. The Harness software development platform consists of various modules and the latest one helps with continuous integration, which is the build and test process that happens before developers star...
Tags: Google, Amazon, TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Developer, Tech, Cisco, Harness, Jyoti Bansal, PitchBook, Continuous Integration, Bansal, Unusual Ventures, Brad Rydzewski, Drone.io


Google Maps launches a new developer solution for on-demand ride and delivery companies

The Google Maps Platform, the developer side of Google Maps, is launching a new service for on-demand rides and delivery companies today that ties together some of the platform’s existing capabilities with new features for finding nearby drivers and sharing trip and order progress information with customers. This isn’t Google Maps Platform’s first foray into this business. Back in 2018, the company launched a solution for in-app navigation for ridesharing companies, for example. At the time, ...
Tags: Google, Cloud, Developer, Tech, Developers, Google-Maps, Google Maps Platform, Eli Danziger