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High Technology and Taco Bell

According to the TechAmerica Foundation[1], there are approximately 6 million adults in the United States employed by firms classified as “high technology” companies. This is slightly more than the number of people who visit Taco Bell on a daily basis. 237 more words

Interfaces

The future of biometric identification and authentication

If you work in IT security, the first part of this will not be news to you, skip to the section on the future. Otherwise, the first sections look at the current state of biometrics and some of what we already know about their security limitations. 2,593 more words

Technology

ARGUS

TUTORS:           Neil Leach, Karim Soliman, Alexander Kalachev

STUDENTS :    Maria Jose Rubira, Leonard Balas, Djordje Stanojevic

One of the areas of rapid growth within architectural discourse in recent… 384 more words

Installation

#1,069 - Contravariance and Generic Interfaces

Generic interfaces in C# are contravariant, provided that their type parameters are constrained with the in keyword.  A contravariant generic interface allows an assignment from a constructed version of the interface on a base class to a constructed version of the interface for a derived class. 190 more words

C#

Development progress update (Utility measuring)

Marcel did not had a lot of time the last couple of months which put a little hold on device development. Two weeks ago we finally sat together again and where thinking about quick and dirty devices to develop. 1,190 more words

Common

#1,068 - Generic IEnumerable Interface Is Covariant

A covariant generic interface is one that allows an assignment from a constructed version of the interface on a derived class to a constructed version of the interface for a base class. 132 more words

C#

#1,067 - Covariance and Generic Interfaces

Generic interfaces in C# are covariant, provided that their type parameters are constrained with the out keyword.

Let’s assume that we have the following interface. 318 more words

C#