Importante Empresa Multinacional: Responsable de IT


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Orientamos la búsqueda a un profesional de las carreras de Ingeniería en Informática o carreras afines, con experiencia no menor a 5 años en posiciones similares en empresas de primera línea.

Deberá contar con manejo de Ingles avanzado y conocimientos de sistemas operativos, servidores, data warehousing, centrales telefónicas y programación.
Principales Responsabilidades:
  • Responsable de la gestión del departamento de IT.
  • Coordinación e implementación de proyectos de mejora.
  • Soporte a planta en materia de trazabilidad, mejoras en sistema de MRP e inventarios.
  • Mantenimiento y gestión de hardware de usuarios (telefonía móvil, pc, otros)
  • Mantenimiento de redes y servidores
La empresa ofrece excelentes condiciones de contratación.
A los interesados solicitamos el envió detallado de antecedentes laborales y personales, mencionando remuneración pretendida y ref. RIT a: cv2@arriverrhh.com.ar | @arrivedho | @luisgiobbio

Un nuevo método para limpiar los vertidos de petróleo – muyinteresante.es


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vertidos-fuelLos vertidos de petróleo en el mar suponen un problema ambiental muy importante. Un equipo de investigadores del Instituto Tecnológico de Massachusetts ha desarrollado un método paraseparar el agua del aceite empleando imanes. Esta técnica permitiría que el petróleo fuera después
reutilizado, de forma que se compensarían los costes de la limpieza.


El método propuesto consiste en añadir a la mezclananopartículas con hierro para después separar el aceite usando un imán. Los investigadores indican que se trata de una maniobra muy sencilla pero que deberá, sin embargo, realizarse en un buque para que las nanopartículas no contaminen el océano.

En otros trabajos se han propuesto métodos similares pero que tenían el inconveniente de que era necesario conocer de antemano la concentración de agua y aceite en la mezcla.
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How to Find a Career Field You’re Truly Passionate About | via workawesome.com


 

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It’s no secret that people who are truly passionate about their line of work tend to achieve more long term success than those who simply go where they believe their talents lie. They are more motivated to muscle through obstacles and take the risks they need to in order to move to the next level.

I’ve always believed that passion and success — whether in the form of monetary wealth or personal fulfillment — go hand in hand. But what do you do when you simply aren’t in touch with your passions? Or when you aren’t sure how your passions can translate into a viable career choice?

I spent the majority of my college years working towards a degree in early childhood education, sorting through textbooks about child psychology and taking classes about the best methods for teaching various subjects. I thought that I had found my calling.

Then, I started my first internship shadowing a second and third grade teacher. There were aspects of the job I loved — making connections with the kids, helping out with art projects, lending a hand when a student was struggling with a specific concept — but when it came down to it, my passion wasn’t there.

I saw the teachers that were truly passionate about the job come in long before the students did and leave long after the janitors had finished cleaning, and I couldn’t imagine having that kind of dedication. And that wasn’t fair to the students or myself.

So in a moment of clarity, I switched my major to English Writing — a subject I had always been drawn to and had always had a knack for.

Since then, I know I’ve been in the general vicinity of my passion, only taking jobs I believe I can enjoy and trying to keep myself present in everything that I do. But I don’t think I’ve fully arrived at a place where I wake up everyday excited to see what’s next.

I recently had a conversation in which I confidently spouted off all of the jobs I was qualified for and the tasks I could manage for someone. The response was “Yes, but what do you want to do?”

Ironically, I hadn’t thought about that.

Until I answer that key question, I can’t fully live my passion. With that in mind, here are the things I’m implementing into my life in order to find, and eventually live, my passion.

Take note of your hobbies first, your skill set second.

Making all decisions based on my education or skill set automatically pigeon holes me into open positions that other people have created, not necessarily what I’m passionate about.

However, I know that my hobbies are where my true passion lies because that’s how I choose to spend my free time — time that I have the freedom to spend in a variety of ways. So if I seek to find ways to implement my skills into these areas I’ll be closer to finding a career field or job that really speaks to me. Leer más “How to Find a Career Field You’re Truly Passionate About | via workawesome.com”

TED Launches Educational YouTube Channel, Seeks Educators And Animators For Content

TED, the non-profit group devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading, launched a brand new educational YouTube channel today. Videos can be discovered on YouTube and on the TED website at education.ted.com.

The launch was announced this morning on the TED website:

TED-Ed’s mission is to capture and amplify the voices of great educators around the world. We do this by pairing extraordinary educators with talented animators to produce a new library of curiosity-igniting videos. A new site, which will launch in early April 2012, will feature these new TED-Ed Originals as well as some powerful learning tools.

For those who can’t wait that long, we’re pleased to announce the official launch of TED-Ed’s YouTube channel featuring all of our new videos. Also, we are happy to extend an open invitation for the nomination of educatorsand animators and the suggestion of lesson ideas.


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TED, the non-profit group devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading, launched a brand new educational YouTube channel today.  Videos can be discovered on YouTube and on the TED website at education.ted.com.

The launch was announced this morning on the TED website:

TED-Ed’s mission is to capture and amplify the voices of great educators around the world.  We do this by pairing extraordinary educators with talented animators to produce a new library of curiosity-igniting videos.  A new site, which will launch in early April 2012, will feature these new TED-Ed Originals as well as some powerful learning tools.

For those who can’t wait that long, we’re pleased to announce the official launch of TED-Ed’s YouTube channel featuring all of our new videos.  Also, we are happy to extend an open invitation for the nomination of educatorsand animators and the suggestion of lesson ideas.

TED believes that “the more you know, the more amazing the world seems.”  To this end, TED-Ed wants to work with the world’s best educators to share their best lessons.  Educators are invited to share their lesson ideas and TED will review the lessons, work with the educators to refine them, help them record their lessons, and pair them up with talented animators to create lessons worth sharing.

The channel went up today with twelve videos, including an intro to TED-Ed and eleven lessons.  Check out the intro video and a couple cool lessons below and let us know what you think.  I absolutely love this initiative and can’t wait to see what I learn from TED-Ed.  How about you?


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Why Does the Creative Fire Have to Die?

Earlier this year I had a great idea for a web application.

I mapped out potential site features, sketched out a design, and started researching how to put the thing together.

I was completely immersed in the flow of creating. The idea was fresh, new, and exciting, and I loved every minute I had working on it.

But then after a few months, the idea hit a stage where it turned into a grind. I loved the idea still, but I didn’t love working on it.

The fire behind the idea had officially died.

***

There are going to be days when inspiration fades. Ideas are sexy in the beginning, but over time developing them can become a grind. And as if some unknown source is trying to lure me away from the original idea, another “better” idea will pop into my head.

It can be draining to develop an idea from start to finish. Most people don’t understand that ideas truly become a labor of love after a certain point. Finishing isn’t a goal; it’s a quest.


by Glen Stansberry

Why Does the Creative Fire Have to Die?Earlier this year I had a great idea for a web application.

I mapped out potential site features, sketched out a design, and started researching how to put the thing together.

I was completely immersed in the flow of creating. The idea was fresh, new, and exciting, and I loved every minute I had working on it.

But then after a few months, the idea hit a stage where it turned into a grind. I loved the idea still, but I didn’t love working on it.

The fire behind the idea had officially died.

***

There are going to be days when inspiration fades. Ideas are sexy in the beginning, but over time developing them can become a grind. And as if some unknown source is trying to lure me away from the original idea, another “better” idea will pop into my head.

It can be draining to develop an idea from start to finish. Most people don’t understand that ideas truly become a labor of love after a certain point. Finishing isn’t a goal; it’s a quest. Leer más “Why Does the Creative Fire Have to Die?”

The Web Design Community Offers Advice To Beginners

* By Robert Bowen

At one time or another, we are all newbies. That’s right: you can deny it all you want, but not one of us got into this game with a full deck stacked in our favor. We entered as newbies, born fresh after the start screen loaded. However, unlike in a game, we are not immediately launched into a tutorial level to learn the ropes in this new world — what to avoid, how to progress, etc. And if we feel overwhelmed by our newbie status, we may not be able to find our way to the tutorials and guides that the community has put together to help us sort all of this out. So, feeling very alone in all this is easy.

Train in The Web Design Community Offers Advice To Beginners
Jumping in a new passion can be difficult and time-consuming at first. The support of the community can be extremely helpful in overcoming the learning curve and helping to find the right route for your career and your professional skills. Image credit.

But this is the great thing about being part of the online development community — that you are never truly alone. Your experience may be unique in its details, but it’s not generally, which is great because the community is very open to sharing its experiences and offering guidance to help newbies navigate the twists and turns we are sure to face as we continue down the developer’s path. In most cases, all you have to do to get some helpful advice is to venture into the social media neighborhoods and ask the community at large. At times, the answers just pour in.

That is what we found when we went out on Twitter and on Facebook recently to poll our followers and fans. We asked “What is the single best tip from your experience that you would give to newbie developers?” This article is the result of all of the amazing responses we have received. Before we go any further, we would like to thank those who took the time to answer our query and who offered so much great advice to all the newbies out there in the development arena. As usual, the advice also serves as a nice refresher to all those seasoned veterans who have been in the game for a while.


At one time or another, we are all newbies. That’s right: you can deny it all you want, but not one of us got into this game with a full deck stacked in our favor. We entered as newbies, born fresh after the start screen loaded. However, unlike in a game, we are not immediately launched into a tutorial level to learn the ropes in this new world — what to avoid, how to progress, etc. And if we feel overwhelmed by our newbie status, we may not be able to find our way to the tutorials and guides that the community has put together to help us sort all of this out. So, feeling very alone in all this is easy.

Train in The Web Design Community Offers Advice To Beginners
Jumping in a new passion can be difficult and time-consuming at first. The support of the community can be extremely helpful in overcoming the learning curve and helping to find the right route for your career and your professional skills. Image credit.

But this is the great thing about being part of the online development community — that you are never truly alone. Your experience may be unique in its details, but it’s not generally, which is great because the community is very open to sharing its experiences and offering guidance to help newbies navigate the twists and turns we are sure to face as we continue down the developer’s path. In most cases, all you have to do to get some helpful advice is to venture into the social media neighborhoods and ask the community at large. At times, the answers just pour in.

That is what we found when we went out on Twitter and on Facebook recently to poll our followers and fans. We asked “What is the single best tip from your experience that you would give to newbie developers?” This article is the result of all of the amazing responses we have received. Before we go any further, we would like to thank those who took the time to answer our query and who offered so much great advice to all the newbies out there in the development arena. As usual, the advice also serves as a nice refresher to all those seasoned veterans who have been in the game for a while. Leer más “The Web Design Community Offers Advice To Beginners”

What you can learn from a lousy teacher…


by Seth Godin

If you have a teacher (of any sort) that you cannot please, that you cannot learn from, that is unwilling to take you where you need to go because he is defending the status quo and demonstrates your failure on whatever report card he chooses to use, you could consider yourself a failure. Or you could remind yourself…

  1. Grades are an illusion
  2. Your passion and insight are reality
  3. Your work is worth more than mere congruence to an answer key
  4. Persistence in the face of a skeptical authority figure is a powerful ability
  5. Fitting in is a short-term strategy, standing out pays off in the long run
  6. If you care enough about the work to be criticized, you’ve learned enough for today

    http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2010/03/what-you-can-learn-from-a-lousy-teacher.html

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