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Mr. Jad OjeilLab. EngineerAdvanced Construction Technology ServicesSaida , LebanonTel:  961 7 728 063Fax:  961 7 728 063Mob: 961 70 42 55 16

Math, Science, and Computer Students: The Energy Sector Wants You

U.S. News & World Report, September 10 
As the energy sector continues to embrace technology to streamline its operations, it is leading to a sharp increase in new job opportunities for recent college graduates with a background in math, science and computer science. New innovations like smart grids, wireless sensors and predictive intelligence are transforming the job profiles at public utilities and oil and gas companies. As a result, college grads with technical and advanced degrees will be needed to fill relatively high-paying positions as engineers, scientists, and technicians. In fact, over the next decade, the energy sector could become a large driver of job growth in the U.S., especially with a greater willingness to explore alternative energy solutions. Much of the job creation in the energy sector will be driven by domestic production of shale. These underground deposits of oil and natural gas are found in the Mid-Atlantic and Midwest, as well as in North Dakota. Job-gro…

Google: Top 10 Free Tools (SEO techniques to improve your ranking)

Hello,

Is getting to the top of Google searches important to you? Do you
know where your company ranks on Google, Yahoo, and/or Bing? If so,
I believe that you, and your company, may benefit from training on
Google/SEO.

So if search engines matter to your marketing, please join me at my free
(yes, as in 'no cost') introductory webinar on The Top Ten Free Tools
for Google SEO.

To obtain more info, and register, visit this link:

http://www.s-eowebinars.net/1/sep12.html?pfares2.joboffering@blogger.com

In this seminar (online, at the convenience of your own desk), you will learn each
and every tool for Google / SEO. It will be well worth your time!


Best regards,

J. L. McDonald
mcdonald.jason@gmx.com

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Emploi android

Je cherche des développeurs ayant une première expérience réussie en développement Android pour une entreprise à Hamra. Si vous connaissez des étudiants ou professionnels avec un tel profil, veuillez leur demander d'envoyer leurs CVs à l'adresse suivante: info@appwe.net.Pascal Fares
ISAE - Cnam Liban informatique
OSLM, Open Source Lebanese Movement

September 4, 2012 edition of ACM CareerNews

Key Skills Pay Off in Fast-Evolving World of Mobile App Development
IT Business Edge, August 29 

As demand for mobile app developers continues to increase, some universities are beginning to offer the type of basic training that is essential to a career in mobile app development. In fact, some universities such as San Diego State are now offering degrees and certificates in it. By 2015, Gartner predicts mobile app development projects will outnumber PC application projects by 4 to 1, leading to even more demand for graduates with mobile development skills. Since platforms and languages change quickly in this area, even if someone has completed a college degree program in mobile app development, it will still require plenty of self-study to keep up as technology changes over the course of a career. The U.S. Department of Labor Statistics estimates the average annual salary for software developers in 2011 at $89,280, though that's not specific to mobile app development. However, the …