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Data from my two years at Software Engineering Radio indicates that technical software podcast listeners are an under-served market. If you are a software engineer who doesn't listen to many podcasts about software, this should be self-evident. Technical knowledge about software will help you work more intelligently. The scope of software engineering is growing. If you use WordPress, Ableton or PhotoShop, you are a software engineer.


Bring your ideas to life with this cool graphics software

Mashable

Sure, your Microsoft Paint doodles will always impress your mom, but maybe you'd like to take your skills a step further. If so, Amadine is a really cool piece of vector graphics software packed with user-friendly digital art features. It combines an easy-to-navigate interface with intuitive drawing tools, making it easy to use from the jump. In addition to width, drawing, and pen tools, Amadine allows you to create vector art using fill and overlap techniques. Once you've created your vectors, you can add depth with inner glow, outer glow, shadow, or blur effects.


ERP Software, MRP Systems, Manufacturing Software and Inventory Management - SaaS ERP Software (on-demand) or on-site

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Unleash the potential of your organization with Expandable's solid business foundation that's easy to use, inexpensive to deploy, and will support your growing manufacturing operation long into the future.


Microsoft resumes Windows 10 update after fixing data loss bug

Engadget

At last, Microsoft has resumed delivering its Windows 10 October update after pulling it over a data loss bug. The company is confident it has fixed the flaw and has seen "no further evidence" of data loss. With that said, it's being particularly cautious this time around. It's "slowing" the deployment to watch device data and will only give you the device update when it thinks there won't be a problem, such as an incompatible app. The company also used the re-release as an opportunity to defend its software testing methods.


Artificial intelligence software is booming. But why now? The New York Times

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On Sunday, Salesforce.com, which sells online software for sales and marketing, announced it would be adding A.I. to its products. Its system, called Einstein, promises to provide insights into what sales leads to follow and what products to make next."