The Park Ridge Public Library Board of Directors
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The Park Ridge Public Library is pleased to announce the appointment of two new board members. The Park Ridge Public Library has appointed three new members to its board of directors. This appointment is the first for the Library’s new board of directors.
The Park Ridge Library Board of Directors is currently comprised of three individuals. A second term will be required for the position, if elected, because the current three members of the Board are scheduled to resign at the end of the current month.
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Lauren Rapisand and Stevan Dobrilovic.
To some people, when they hear the word “programming,” it’s not just code they’re thinking about. These two ladies had to create a new type of computer in order to develop the technology that they both have an interest in. The computer they develop has the ability to communicate with other computers, communicate with other machines in the world, and understand what’s going on with everything around them. If you’ve never seen the show, check it out, you’ll see why it’s so fascinating.
“When I was first asked to participate, I was like, ‘I don’t know who this is or what this is.
“The thing I was most excited about was seeing how many people had gotten involved, especially the younger ones. It was really cool to see that there was a community. There was very little bureaucracy, and it was just people doing what they love and they don’t really care about what anyone else thinks. I don’t think anybody really cared at that time if this or that person was going to get their code in. We had no idea what the end result would be.
“I don’t know that I could have written it but I thought it needed to be clear what the project is. I felt like I could help make that a lot clearer.
“I was very excited and I loved the fact that I had a part in getting it done.
As of September 25, 2015, Lauren Rapisand and Stevan Dobrilovic have developed a computer that can communicate with other computers, communicate with other machines in the world, and understand what’s going on with everything around it. The computer uses a programmable logic board. The thing is, it can also understand its own code. The computer has a different programming language called C++. The computer speaks C++ as an interpreter, and the computer speaks C++ as a program. It’s like reading language. It doesn’t need a compiler.
The computer communicates with other computers, communicating with other machines in the world.
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The applicant should be a current member of the librarian’s staff who is either an active or retired employee of a nonprofit organization. To be eligible for consideration for this position the applicant must be qualified, must have good written and oral communication skills, and must be able to assist staff in planning and promoting library programs. Applicants should have an active, successful relationship with the library and be available to staff. Applicants who are willing to work flexible hours will be considered.
The applicant should be a current member of the Library’s staff who is either an active or retired employee of a nonprofit organization. To be eligible for consideration for this position the applicant must be qualified, must have good written and oral communication skills, and must be able to assist staff in planning and promoting library programs. Applicants should have an active, successful relationship with the Library and be available to staff. Applicants who are willing to work flexible hours will be considered.
The applicant should be a current board member of the Library who has been appointed by the board to serve on the Board of Trustees of the Library. To be eligible for consideration, the applicant must have been continuously employed and have been continuously employed by the Library for a minimum of two years preceding the application date. The Board of Trustees of the Library may authorize the applicant to serve as a non-voting representative, appointed by the board, on the Board of Librarians of the Library for a term of four years, beginning on the date of appointment of the Non-Voting Representative.
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Tips of the Day in Programming
from the new-one-in-16-days dept.
“I don’t understand how it is that C++17 is not in the C++17 standard yet. Surely there are more than just two standards. ” I responded: “You’re the first person to answer the question. It’s hard to remember the answer.
That’s actually an excellent question. My own opinion is that C++17 is one of the last major revisions in the standard as we write day-trading C++. It has the merit of being a more stable product than previous standards. And I think that would be one way of addressing the issue. That is, it would make it easier for future generations of programmers to maintain their code and the future versions of the standard.
One of the reasons I don’t think this is the “final” standard is that the language was not finalized. The language has never had a “final” standard, at least not that I know of.
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