7 Programming Languages on the Rise.
From Ruby to Erlang, once niche programming language are gaining converts in today’s enterprise
In the world of enterprise programming, the mainstream is broad and deep. Code is written predominantly in one of a few major languages. For some shops, this means Java; for others, it's C# or PHP. Sometimes, enterprise coders will dabble in C++ or another common language used for high-performance tasks such as game programming, all of which turn around and speak SQL to the database.
DTSG Restates Commitment to ICT.
The State Government has reiterated its commitment to pursue a technologically driven State through the development of the Science and Technology Sector as it remains a fulcrum on which all human development can successfully be attained. Keywords:
Emmanuel Uduaghan,Onochie Okonkwo , Ronald Eyime, Dave Al Bahrani, Sam Ukala,Bernard Ejechi, Martin Nwanze
Insurers To Pay N17b Claims.
Insurers providing cover for NigComSat-1 now grounded in space may pay as much as N17 billion in claims. The satellite, built by the China Great Wall Industry Corporation at a cost of $340 million, became the first African geosynchronous communications satellite when it was launched in China on May 13 last year. Keywords:
NigComSat-1, SpaceCo , France, Munich Cray , Germany, Nigerian Space Agency ,NASRDA
NCC Approves Africa's First Smart Phone for Nigeria.
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has accredited and approved the first customised Smart phones designed and manufactured for Africa. Keywords:
Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, Smart Phones,Anabel Mobile
DTSG restates commitment to e-Government
The State Governor, Dr Emmanuel Uduaghan has reaffirmed the State Government's interest in ensuring that the State is Information Technology compliant. Keywords:
Emmanuel Uduaghan,Nigeria Computer Society, Ronald Eyime, Charles Uwadia, David Adewumi, Emmanuel Okonta, e-Delta
Senate Set to Make Law Against Electronic Fraud
The Senate is set to pass a bill to check activities of electronic fraudster as a bill entitled: "Prohibition of electronic fraud in all electronic transactions in Nigeria and for other related matters," is attracting attention. Keywords:
Nigerian Tribune,Ayo Arise
Oshimili North LG to spend N200M on project.
Oshimili North Local Government of Delta State has begun work on more than 35 infrastructural projects worth more than N200 million in net cost. The projects span water, power, health and related facilities.
Ex-NUPENG official wants FG to repair refineries.
A former Secretary-General of NUPENG, Dr Joseph Akinlaja, has appealed to President Umaru Yar'Adua to repair the ailing refineries and establish new ones.
Cellphone buff now carry multiple phones in Benin City.
With the proliferation of GSM service providers in Edo, subscribers now carry with them an average of two cell phones at a time. A survey also revealed that five GSM service providers - MTN, CELTEL, GLO, VISAFONE, STARCOM and MULTI-LINKS - now operate in parts of Edo.