Life Technologies, a division of ThermoFisher Scientific, is looking for a Software Engineer in Ann Arbor, MI. According to the post, “At Life Technologies – Ann Arbor, our mission is to cure cancer with genomic data. It is a close-knit, collaborative, cross-functional setting where we believe none of us is as smart as all of us and we each have something valuable to contribute toward our goal. The Software Engineering team is tasked with applying industry best practices to the management of large amounts of complex data as well as the development of internal and external software products. We are looking to hire individuals with a wide breadth and profound depth of software development expertise to help us solve the next wave of technical challenges like natural language processing and seriously big data analysis.” Read more
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The University of Michigan is looking for a Data Architect Lead in Ann Arbor. According to the post, “The Medical School Data Management Services group is seeking a qualified candidate to lead the charge on a data warehouse, reporting and dashboard strategy ensuring rapid delivery while taking responsibility for applying standards, principles, theories, and concepts to analyzing and modeling data in order to promote sharing and management of those data assets.” Read more
West Michigan-Based MINDSCAPE at Hanon McKendry Acquires Venux.net
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Sharing data across common frameworks, security and transactional-based web sites will be the big issues in Web 3.0.â€ Mike Simon, VP of Operations MINDSCAPE …
If you come from an Object Oriented background, in particular one that supports multiple inheritance, you might find an apparent similarity between multiple inheritance in OO and having a class be subsumed by two others. However, if you try this out, you’ll realize you’re not getting what you’re expecting. This is because the semantics are different
In OO there are really two things going on at the same time: subtyping and inheritance. The inheritance piece is giving you properties from both of your parents. If one parent had the “foo()” method and the other parent had the “bar()” method, the child now has both. The child has all of the attributes, and all of the behaviors of both parents. The child is essentially the union of the behaviors of the two parents. Semantics is not dealing with behavior, it’s dealing with typing, membership and classification.
Preconceived Idea # 2: Multiple Inheritance
If you come from an Object Oriented background, in particular one that supports multiple inheritance, you might find an apparent similarity between multiple inheritance in OO and having a class be subsumed by two others. However, if you try this out, youâ€™ll realize youâ€™re not getting what you’re expecting. This is because the semantics are different.