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first_img[World CupNews](| Save more on hotelsin South Africa | Great deals on car hirein South Africa [World CupHome](—home.html)| RelatedSouth Africa World Cup 2010 – TeamsSouth Africa World Cup 2010 – TeamsSouth Africa World Cup 2010 – The NetherlandsSouth Africa World Cup 2010 – The NetherlandsSouth Africa World Cup 2010 – JapanSouth Africa World Cup 2010 – Japan FixturesDateVenue [World CupVenues](—venues.html)| [World CupSchedule](—schedule.html)| [World CupPackages](—packages.html) [World CupTeams](—teams.html)| Denmark v JapanThu 24 JuneRoyal Bafokeng Stadiumcenter_img Netherlands v DenmarkMon 14 JuneSoccer City Cheap flightsto South Africa Get on the ball for less with Skyscanner | Great deals on packages to theSouth Africa World Cup Cameroon v DenmarkSat 19 JuneLoftus Versfeld Stadium [World CupGroups](—groups.html) —|—|—|— ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map [World CupDestinations](—destinations.html)| DenmarkWorld Cup Group EThe Danes saw off some impressive names in international football as they qualified for the tournament, claiming the scalps of both Sweden and Portugal. They are a strong, physical side with an impressive midfield able to distribute the ball well and develop chances. Where they are lacking, like other teams, is with a consistent goal-scorer up front who can finish the chances. Denmark can draw on the experience of players with top rank European credentials like Niklas Bendtner of Arsenal, Christian Poulsen of Juventus and Liverpool’s Daniel Agger.Matches:last_img read more

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first_img“Connecting the world, we really believe, is one of the fundamental challenges of our generation. And, you know, progress is going to be difficult here, and it’s not guaranteed. But, I think if we work together, we can really make a big impact on knocking down some of these barriers to connectivity both here in India and all over the world,” he said.The Innovation Challenge in India will award four US$250,000 prizes and two US$25,000 awards.More information is available here.Rust 0.12.0 releasedThe Mozilla-backed programming language compiler and assorted tools, Rust, has reached version 0.12. The release features new and improved documentation, an update to the standard library, advancements to Rust’s package manager and minor language features.Rust is designed to focus on safety, performance and concurrency. It includes algebraic data types, pattern matching, closures, type interface, zero-cost abstractions, guaranteed memory safety, concurrency without data races, minimal runtime and efficient C bindings.The 0.12.0 version should be considered as an alpha release, according to the Rust team.More information is available here. Microsoft’s Nadella backtracks comment about women’s pay raisesMicrosoft CEO Satya Nadella has gotten a lot of grief over comments he made at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing conference yesterday. When asked what advice he would give to women who are uncomfortable asking for a raise, he stated: “It’s not really about asking for a raise, but knowing and having faith that the system will give you the right raise…It’s good karma, It will come back.”Since then, Nadella has taken a step back and apologized for what he said.“I answered that question completely wrong. Without a doubt I wholeheartedly support programs at Microsoft and in the industry that bring more women into technology and close the pay gap. I believe men and women should get equal pay for equal work. And when it comes to career advice on getting a raise when you think it’s deserved, Maria’s advice was the right advice. If you think you deserve a raise, you should just ask,” he wrote in a memo to all Microsoft employees.Nadella’s interview can he found here.The Innovation Challenge in has announced a contest to recognize those who make the Internet more relevant for four population groups in India.Developers from all around the world are invited to participate in the contest to create unique and localized content that would impact the daily lives of Indian women, students, farmers and migrant workers. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the contest at the Summit in New Delhi, India.last_img read more