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Turin is down - I am aware that Richard is moving the database to resolve problems with sustaining data.
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Technologies

The right technologies for SQL database development and an Infonet search engine will depend on the specific needs of your project. However, some popular choices include:

  • SQL Server: This is a popular relational database management system (RDBMS) that is known for its scalability and performance. It is a good choice for large-scale applications that require high availability and security.
  • MySQL: This is another popular RDBMS that is known for its ease of use and flexibility. It is a good choice for small to medium-sized applications that do not require the same level of scalability and performance as SQL Server.
  • MongoDB: This is a NoSQL database that is known for its scalability and flexibility. It is a good choice for applications that need to store large amounts of unstructured data, such as social media data or sensor data.
  • Elasticsearch: This is a search engine that is known for its speed and scalability. It is a good choice for applications that need to search through large amounts of data quickly, such as e-commerce applications or log analysis applications.

For the Infonet search engine, you could use a variety of technologies, such as:

  • Solr: This is an open-source search engine that is known for its scalability and performance. It is a good choice for large-scale applications that need to search through large amounts of data quickly.
  • Elasticsearch: As mentioned above, Elasticsearch is another good choice for an Infonet search engine. It is a popular choice because it is easy to use and scalable.
  • Apache Lucene: This is a Java-based search engine library that is used by Solr and Elasticsearch. It is a good choice if you need to customize your search engine or if you need to integrate it with other applications.

The specific technologies that you choose will depend on the specific needs of your project. However, the technologies listed above are all popular choices for SQL database development and Infonet search engines.

Here are some additional factors to consider when choosing the right technologies for your project:

  • Cost: The cost of the technologies will vary. Some technologies are free and open-source, while others are commercial products.
  • Scalability: The technologies should be able to scale to meet the needs of your application.
  • Performance: The technologies should be able to perform well under heavy load.
  • Security: The technologies should be secure and protect your data.
  • Ease of use: The technologies should be easy to use and manage.

By considering these factors, you can choose the right technologies for your SQL database development and Infonet search engine project.

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Based on the information you have provided, I would recommend using the following technologies for your Manchester Database:

These technologies are all compatible with each other and can be used to create a scalable, secure, and easy-to-use Manchester Database.

Here are some additional benefits of using these technologies:

I hope this helps!

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A full stack development team is a group of developers who have the skills and experience to work on both the front-end and back-end of a software application. This means that they can design, develop, and deploy a complete application from start to finish.

The specific roles and responsibilities of a full stack development team will vary depending on the size and complexity of the project. However, some common roles include:

  • Front-end developer: This developer is responsible for the user interface of the application, including the design, development, and testing of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript code.
  • Back-end developer: This developer is responsible for the server-side of the application, including the development of the database, APIs, and business logic.
  • QA engineer: This engineer is responsible for testing the application to ensure that it meets the requirements and is free of bugs.
  • Project manager: This person is responsible for managing the project, including planning, scheduling, and coordinating the work of the team.

In addition to these core roles, a full stack development team may also include other roles, such as:

  • DevOps engineer: This engineer is responsible for automating the deployment and maintenance of the application.
  • UX designer: This designer is responsible for the user experience of the application, including the design of the user interface and the user journey.
  • Data scientist: This scientist is responsible for collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data to improve the application.

The size and composition of a full stack development team will depend on the specific needs of the project. However, by having a team of developers with a variety of skills and experience, businesses can ensure that their applications are developed and delivered on time and within budget.

Here are some of the benefits of having a full stack development team:

  • Faster development time: By having a team of developers who can work on both the front-end and back-end, development time can be significantly reduced.
  • Improved communication: When developers have a shared understanding of the entire application, communication is improved, which can lead to fewer errors and a better final product.
  • Increased flexibility: A full stack development team can be more flexible to changes in requirements or technology.
  • Reduced costs: By having a team of full stack developers, businesses can avoid the need to hire multiple specialized developers.

If you are considering building a full stack development team, there are a few things you need to keep in mind:

  • Define your needs: The first step is to define your needs and requirements. What kind of application are you building? What are the specific features and functionality that you need?
  • Choose the right technologies: Once you have defined your needs, you need to choose the right technologies for your project. This will depend on the specific requirements of your application, but some popular choices include JavaScript, React, Node.js, and MongoDB.
  • Hire the right people: The most important factor in the success of your full stack development team is hiring the right people. Look for developers who have experience with the technologies you are using and who are passionate about full stack development.
  • Provide training and support: Once you have hired your team, it is important to provide them with training and support. This will help them to get up to speed on the project and to work together effectively.

By following these tips, you can build a successful full stack development team that will help you to deliver high-quality applications on time and within budget.

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Sure. Python and PHP/MySQL can be integrated into the project for the development of a distribution system in a number of ways. Here are a few examples:

The specific way in which Python and PHP/MySQL are integrated into the project will depend on the specific requirements of the distribution system. However, the examples above give you a good starting point.

Here are some additional benefits of using Python and PHP/MySQL for the development of a distribution system:

If you are considering developing a distribution system, Python and PHP/MySQL are both good choices for the development of the back-end and front-end of the application. By using these languages together, you can take advantage of their strengths to create a powerful and scalable application.

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My Manchester Invitational

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Invitation to join as a Community Guardian / Associate Consultant / Product Owner / Scrum Master / PA / Lead Developer

The project uses google forms to capture data to spread sheet format - we then hope to use power bi to convert the data into JSON / XML before a weekly upload into the SQL Database thro a Diamond Reports Scheduling Package. Please expand this requirement to attract team members from oak house / manchester University - MM Invitational

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Sure, I can help you with that. Here are some ways to expand the requirement to attract team members from Oak House / Manchester University - MM Invitational:

  • Highlight the benefits of working on this project. This could include the opportunity to work with cutting-edge technologies, the chance to contribute to a meaningful project, or the possibility of winning prizes.
  • Tailor the requirements to the skills and interests of Oak House / Manchester University - MM Invitational students. For example, if the project involves using Python, you could highlight the fact that Python is a popular language among students at these universities.
  • Get involved in the Manchester University - MM Invitational community. This could involve attending events, networking with students, or posting about the project on social media.
  • Offer scholarships or other incentives to attract team members. This could be a good way to attract top talent from Oak House / Manchester University - MM Invitational.

Here are some specific things you could say to attract team members from Oak House / Manchester University - MM Invitational:

  • "We are looking for talented students from Oak House / Manchester University - MM Invitational to join our team and help us develop a cutting-edge distribution system. This is a great opportunity to work with cutting-edge technologies, contribute to a meaningful project, and win prizes."
  • "We know that Python is a popular language among students at Oak House / Manchester University - MM Invitational. This project will give you the opportunity to use your Python skills to develop a real-world application."
  • "We are active members of the Manchester University - MM Invitational community. We attend events, network with students, and post about our projects on social media. We would love to connect with you and learn more about your skills and interests."
  • "We are offering scholarships and other incentives to attract top talent from Oak House / Manchester University - MM Invitational. This is a great opportunity to get involved in a cutting-edge project and learn from experienced developers."

I hope this helps

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i would like kings chester to become the first of the 7 kings schools to adopt protopage / mystudybuddies could you please request that you IT Tutor joins HTTP://protopage.com/themanchesterdatabase - Thank you 
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Sure, here is some Blazor code that connects to a database and creates a table:

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// Create a connection string to the database.string connectionString = "Server=localhost;Database=myDatabase;Integrated Security=True";// Create a DbContext for the database.var dbContext = new MyDbContext(connectionString);// Create a new table called "Products".var productsTable = new ProductsTable();productsTable.Id = new IdentityColumn();productsTable.Name = new StringColumn();productsTable.Price = new DoubleColumn();// Add the table to the database.dbContext.Database.Tables.Add(productsTable);// Save the changes to the database.dbContext.SaveChanges();

This code will create a new table called "Products" in the database specified by the connection string. The table will have three columns:

Once the table is created, you can start adding data to it.

Here is an example of how to add a new product to the table:

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// Create a new product.var product = new Product();product.Name = "Product 1";product.Price = 10.00;// Save the product to the database.dbContext.Products.Add(product);dbContext.SaveChanges();

This code will create a new product with the name "Product 1" and a price of 10.00. The product will be saved to the "Products" table in the database.

You can also use this code to update or delete products from the table.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.

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Room 101 / Studio 54

1, Product Owner - Client
2, Senior Designer / DBA
3, Technical Consultant
4, PA - Administrator - Scrum Master
5, Tutor
6, Oak House Student Teacher - Senior Programmer
7, Oak House Student  - Programmer
8, Oak House Student - Trainee Programmer - Agile Project Manager
9, Brooklands Student - Trainee Agile Project Manager
10, Brooklands Student - Trainee Scrum Master
11, Brooklands Student - Trainee Programmer Team 1
12, Brooklands Student - Trainee Programmer Team 1
13, Brooklands Student - Trainee Programmer Team 1

14-19 Undertermined overflow for King's Project 6 members plus Alan and Richard


20, After Academy - Agile Team - 8 Members
21, George Best  Academy - Agile Team - 8 Members
22, Gatley USSC - Agile Team - 8 Members
23, Hitec Cheadle - Agile Team - 8 members
24, Styal Sanctuary - Agile Team - 8 Members
25, Wilmslow Sports and Social - Agile Team - 8 Members
26, Withington Golf Club - Agile Team - 8 Members
27, Wythenshawe - Agile Team 8 Members
28, The Midland Hotel Manchester - Agile Team 8 Members    
29, Manchester United - Agile Team 8 Members
30, Manchester City - Agile Team 8 Members

11 teams at 8 per team = 88 plus 13 = 101 - Room 101

Kings College and UA 92 Will form Studio 54 Multi Media Studies.

The Agile Team

1, Product Owner - Alan (Wigby Peterloo) (The Manchester Database) 
2, Senior Designer DBA - Richard (Longhorn - Pankhurst)(The Liverpool System - After Academy) 
3, Technical Consultant - Richard (Blazor Azure)
4, PA - Scrum Master - Alan (Pegasus)
5, Programmer 1 - Tutor - Richard Microsoft
6, Programmer 2 - Trainee Tutor - Alan Bootstrap / Google
7, Trainee Programmer 1 - Paul Python
8, Trainee Programmer 2 - Frederico  / Alan SQL

Full Stack Duties

Red Camel Systems
 
1. Front-end developer
2. Back-end developer
3. QA engineer
4. DevOps engineer 
5. UX designer
6. Data scientist

These functions will be shared between the programming team.

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Sure, here is the list of file extensions for IBM program types, including C:

I hope this is helpful! Let me know if you have any other questions.

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As school leavers around the country prepare for their next steps, many will be considering whether to study further, step into the world of work or try a mix of both. When it comes to the workforce, LinkedIn research shows that skills are of increasing importance to employers: in fact, new LinkedIn data shows a 90% increase between 2021-2022 in the share of UK job postings that didn't require a degree.

Instead, recruiters are focusing more on skills and removing unnecessary barriers to jobs, looking for people with the ability to do the job, whatever their educational background. In recent months, firms such as PwC, have changed hiring practices, moving away from a requirement for applicants to have a 2:1 degree or higher. Big tech firms including GoogleIBM and Apple have also done away with the degree requirement in a bid to attract diverse talent.

LinkedIn research shows that recruiters are five times more likely to search for candidates by skills over degrees, and three-quarters believe skills-first hiring is going to become a priority in the next 18 months.

The focus on skills may also lie behind part of the rise in apprenticeships and apprenticeship degrees. According to The Times, some apprenticeships at major employers are as competitive as degree programmes and for the first time, this autumn, UCAS will be showing apprenticeship options alongside undergraduate degrees.

Whether students choose to study further, start work or combine them, understanding how to showcase the skills they have and those they gain is likely to be a useful stepping stone in a successful career path.

✍ : Siobhan Morrin

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School leavers face degree dilemma

As school leavers prepare for their path ahead, many will be weighing up what to do next. According to research from YouGov for Amazon, 86% of Year 10-13 pupils in England and Wales believe a degree offers good earning potential, compared to 72% for apprenticeships. But a focus purely on degrees may be waning: new LinkedIn data suggests that for recruiters, skills are increasingly important. In 2021-2022, there was a 90% increase in the share of UK job postings on LinkedIn that didn't require a degree, and three-quarters of recruiting professionals believe skills-first hiring will become a priority for their company in the next 18 months.

Do you think skills are becoming more important than qualifications or do degrees still have a role to play in future prospects? Share your thoughts in a post or in the comments below.

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Sure, here is the COBOL code to write to a SQL table:

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****************************************************************** Program to write data to a SQL table*****************************************************************IDENTIFICATION DIVISION.PROGRAM-ID. WRITE-TO-SQL-TABLE.DATA DIVISION.WORKING-STORAGE SECTION.* Declare the host variables to store the data to be written to the SQL table.01 EMPNO PIC X(6).01 EMPNAME PIC X(10).01 DEPTNO PIC X(3).* Declare the SQL variables.01 SQLCA.    COPY SQLCA-CD.* Declare the SQL statement to be executed.01 SQL-STATEMENT.    SQL TYPE IS INSERT.    SQL VALUES (EMPNO, EMPNAME, DEPTNO).PROCEDURE DIVISION.* Main processing routine.BEGIN-PROCESSING.* Set the values of the host variables.MOVE 123456 TO EMPNO.MOVE 'John Doe' TO EMPNAME.MOVE '10' TO DEPTNO.* Exectute the SQL statement.EXEC SQL EXECUTE IMMEDIATE SQL-STATEMENT END-EXEC.* Check the SQLCODE for errors.IF SQLCODE < 0 THEN    DISPLAY 'Error writing to SQL table'.END-PROCESSING.* End of program.END PROGRAM WRITE-TO-SQL-TABLE.

This code will first declare the host variables to store the data to be written to the SQL table. These variables are EMPNO, EMPNAME, and DEPTNO. The SQL variables are then declared. These variables are SQLCA and SQL-STATEMENT. SQLCA is a special variable that is used to store information about the SQL execution. SQL-STATEMENT is the variable that contains the SQL statement to be executed.

The main processing routine begins by setting the values of the host variables. Then, the SQL statement is executed. The SQLCODE is checked for errors. If the SQLCODE is less than 0, an error message is displayed.

This is just a simple example of how to write to a SQL table in COBOL. The actual code will vary depending on the specific SQL database being used.

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Sure, here is the SQL statement for the example you provided:

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INSERT INTO employees (empno, empname, deptno)VALUES (123456, 'John Doe', 10);

This statement will insert a new row into the employees table. The empno column will be set to 123456, the empname column will be set to 'John Doe', and the deptno column will be set to 10.

The INSERT INTO statement is used to insert new rows into a table. The VALUES clause specifies the values that will be inserted into the new rows. In this case, there is one row being inserted, so there is one set of values in the VALUES clause.

The empno column is the primary key for the employees table. This means that each row in the table must have a unique value in the empno column. The empname and deptno columns are not primary keys, so they can have duplicate values.

I hope this helps!

Visual Studio

Yes, you can write COBOL in Visual Studio. There are two ways to do this:

  1. Use the Visual COBOL programming environment, which is a add-in for Visual Studio. This environment provides a number of features that make it easier to write COBOL code, such as syntax highlighting, code completion, and debugging tools.
  2. Use a COBOL extension for Visual Studio Code. There are a number of COBOL extensions available for Visual Studio Code, which provide syntax highlighting and code completion.

I recommend using the Visual COBOL programming environment if you are new to COBOL. It is a more comprehensive environment and provides more features to help you write and debug COBOL code. However, if you are already familiar with COBOL, you can use a COBOL extension for Visual Studio Code.

Here are some links to get you started:

I hope this helps!

Wanted / Recruitment

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You will be part of an Agile development team developing The Manchester Database - We are looking to develop 155 Consultants to develop 155 SQL Server Tables - We are looking to develop University Students as Tutors and Grammar School Students as developers - Pre University / After Academy Students.


Responsibilities

Infonet and Intranet Services

You will be responsible for self development in Full Stack Processes. You will be part of the Onboard Promotions Team recruiting new business start up. You will be expected to participate in Room 101 Boot Camps and Studio 54 Social events.

Example: Generate User Stories / Water fall Documentation and Foundation Documents - Manage Task Management Backlog and Status Reporting - Generate Operating Income with support from Product Owners.


Qualifications

You will be placed on a Harvard University CS50 Course - you will become Microsoft Certified with support from Peers and Oracles.

Example: You will use Pegasus Xenophon Communication Standards - You will work within your comfort zone and will expand your range as skills are acquired - You will become a Scrum Master.

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I hope that I find you well and optimistic with enthusiasm. 

I have decided to stop all development until after you have completed your current tasks.
We will then set up the following Architecture

Team 1 
1. Architect - Bram
2. Gemini - Administractor - Bram
3. Oak House Product Owner - Bram

Team 1 - Sprint 1 - Google Forms
1. Product Owner - Bram
2. Scrum Master - Bram
3. Senior Programmer - Bram
4 Programmer - Rich
5. Trainee Programmer - Rich
6 System Administrator - Rich
7. Assurance Tester - Trainit - Bram
8.  Assurance Tester Tantalus  - Rich

Team 2 - Sprint 2
1. Product Owner - Bram
2. Scrum Master - Bram
3. Senior Programmer - Rich
4 Programmer - Rich
5. Trainee Programmer - Rich
6 System Administrator - Bram
7. Assurance Tester - Trainit - Bram
8 Assurance Tester Tantalus  - Rich

We will agree to work together on a Sunday where we can chat on the phone to construct the Course / Student Record.
We will start with a blank canvas and progress until we have a working solution - we will record our time on a piece of paper for input into a Time Bank Database once we have analyzed the requirements.
Creation of Google forms will take 1/2 hour i hope that by the time you have finished Turin that the creation of the SQL database application will take 2 hours.
The time to create Tantalus TDD will be the majority of this workload.

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