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AI is helping recruiters find the best talent, faster (VB Live)


VB LIVE: Hiring is a seller’s market right now — but AI-powered solutions can give you the advantage. Join execs from LinkedIn, Trivago, and Adecco to learn how how AI is revolutionizing their ability to resource high-quality talent, and how your company can do the same, in this VB Live event. Register here for free. Unemployment is way down,…Read More…
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New YouTube Music streaming service goes live this month

YouTube Music, a new service that will take on the likes of Spotify and Apple, goes live next week. Listeners will be able to enjoy the service for free if they don’t mind their music interspersed with advertisements. An upgrade to YouTube Music Premium, priced at $9.99 a month, will remove those ads and allow […]

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This Week in Data with Colin Charles 38: Percona Live Europe 2018 and PostgreSQL

Colin CharlesJoin Percona Chief Evangelist Colin Charles as he covers happenings, gives pointers, and provides musings on the open source database community.

The week after Percona Live Santa Clara 2018 tends to be much quieter, aided by the fact that I took a few days away during Labor Day. The next thing to look out for is Percona Live Europe 2018, which at this stage is really a note to let you save the dates: November 5-7 2018, at the Radisson Blu, in Frankfurt. There is no call for papers yet, there is no committee, and it…
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NBA testing 99-cent stream that lets you watch the final quarter of a live game

The NBA has a plethora of streaming options for basketball fans. If you want the whole season-long, league-wide package, there’s League Pass. But NBA Digital (a joint effort between the league and Turner) has also broken out additional offerings that cost less money, like team-specific subscriptions and the option to pay for individual games. Now t…
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AT&T Device Protection open enrollment is live now through April 30

AT&T customers, if you passed on your opportunity to enroll in Device Protection when you bought your device, you’ve now got another chance.

AT&T is offering open enrollment for its Device Protection insurance program until April 30. Normally you can only sign up for Device Protection within 30 days of your device purchase, but now customers with a device purchased outside of 30 days can sign up for insurance, too.

If you’re interested in signing up for Device Protection, you’ve got a few options available to you. Mobile Protection costs $ 8.99 per month per enrolled number and covers against loss, theft, damage, and out-of-warranty malfunctions of a…
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