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Why you need a supercomputer to build a house

When the hell did building a house become so complicated? Don’t let the folks on HGTV fool you. The process of building a home nowadays is incredibly painful. Just applying for the necessary permits can be a soul-crushing undertaking that’ll have you running around the city, filling out useless forms, and waiting in motionless lines under fluorescent lights at City ...

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Why the game dev group will benefit from non-U.S. board chair

The International Game Developers Association (IGDA) has more than 150 chapters around the world representing thousands of game developers. The 24-year-old developer advocacy group recently appointed Vesa Raudasoja as new chair of the board of directors, promoting him from the vice-chair position. He replaced David Seltzer as chair, and current board member Emily Greer moved into the vice chair position. I ...

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B.C.’s tech job force bigger than mining, oil and gas, forestry

British Columbia’s technology sector has broken an employment record with more than 101,000 people now working in its ranks. Data Wednesday from the province show the tech sector — which employs about 20,000 in Greater Victoria — employs more people around B.C. than the mining, oil and gas, and forestry sectors combined. <i class="fa fa-angle-double-down mr-1" aria-hidden… Technology News

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Force Push turns you into a Jedi in VR

Ever wanted to wield the power of a Jedi inside VR? This new system from Virginia Tech researchers lets you do just that. Force Push is a new object manipulation system for VR being worked on at the institution’s College of Engineering. It uses hand-tracking (namely a Leap Motion sensor fitted to the front of the Oculus Rift) to allow ...

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B.C.’s tech job force bigger than mining, oil and gas, forestry

British Columbia’s technology sector has broken an employment record with more than 101,000 people now working in its ranks. Data Wednesday from the province show the tech sector — which employs about 20,000 in Greater Victoria — employs more people around B.C. than the mining, oil and gas, and forestry sectors combined. <i class="fa fa-angle-double-down mr-1" aria-hidden… Technology News

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B.C.’s tech job force bigger than mining, oil and gas, forestry

British Columbia’s technology sector has broken an employment record with more than 101,000 people now working in its ranks. Data Wednesday from the province show the tech sector — which employs about 20,000 in Greater Victoria — employs more people around B.C. than the mining, oil and gas, and forestry sectors combined. <i class="fa fa-angle-double-down mr-1" aria-hidden… Technology News

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B.C.’s tech job force bigger than mining, oil and gas, forestry

British Columbia’s technology sector has broken an employment record with more than 101,000 people now working in its ranks. Data Wednesday from the province show the tech sector — which employs about 20,000 in Greater Victoria — employs more people around B.C. than the mining, oil and gas, and forestry sectors combined. <i class="fa fa-angle-double-down mr-1" aria-hidden… Technology News

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