Europa League restart: Sevilla player tests positive for Covid-19

first_img Read Also: Immobile nears Serie A record as Lazio target second spot The affected Sevilla player is asymptomatic, in good health and is now in a period of isolation at home while the rest of the club’s staff will continue to be monitored. The news comes after Real Madrid striker Mariano Diaz tested positive for the virus while Segunda club Fuenlabrada have 28 positive cases. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black HolesBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Mesmerizing Facts About Hypnosis2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?7 Train Stations In The World You Wish To Stay At Longer7 Things That Actually Ruin Your Phone10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do Loading… center_img Sevilla have confirmed a member of their first-team squad has tested positive for coronavirus and is now in a period of quarantine. The news comes eight days ahead of the Andalusian club’s scheduled Europa League Round of 16 clash against Roma, which initially had been postponed in March due to travel restrictions between Spain and Italy. That was at the time when the pandemic had gripped Europe with football across the continent grinding to a halt. However, it had been hoped that the Champions League and Europa League campaigns would be concluded throughout August, following La Liga’s successful completion earlier in July.last_img read more

Moose FM & the EnCana Events Centre Announce Moose Country

first_imgMoose Country only at the EnCana Events Centre. Moose Country at the EnCana Events CentreMoose FM has your ticket to all the upcoming events at the EnCana Events. Starting September 1st, if you’re a member of the Moose FM Facebook Page, you’ll get to buy tickets to any EnCana Events Centre show before the general public.- Advertisement -This is how it works…as long as you are a member of the facebook page before we announce the next big show, you’ll get an e-mail with a special link and password to buy tickets in the Moose Country Section at the EnCana Events Centre.Moose FM has taken over an entire section at the EnCana Events Centre and we’ll be offering it up to you, our listeners. This means you’ll get the chance to see all the big events at the EnCana Events Centre.The only problem is there are only so many seats available in the Moose Country Section…so get your tickets while you can.  With the latest Concert announcement of Lonestar October 2nd at the EnCana Events Centre you must sign up before 9am Wednesday September 2nd.  Then check your Facebook inbox for all the details on how you can buy tickets before anyone else.  Click Here and join the Facebook page nowJust visit energeticcity-beta.mystagingwebsite.com/moosefm and click on the Facebook link….and that’s it, you’ll now get a private Facebook message the next time there is a show announced at the EnCana Events Centre. This includes all the events and not just concerts.Advertisementlast_img read more

The Internet of Things phenomenon has businesses l

first_imgThe Internet of Things phenomenon has businesses looking for new opportunities to innovate, and Google is no exception. The company recently announced two new updates to help developers build smarter and more connected devices: Android Things, and an update to the Weave platform.“The Internet of Things will bring computing to a whole new range of devices,” wrote Wayne Piekarski, developer advocate for IoT, in a blog post. “This is just the beginning of the IoT ecosystem we want to build with you.”(Related: Security and discovery highlight Android Developer Conference) The Android Things is a new platform designed to help developers create IoT products with Android. The platform is being released today as a developer preview. The Android Things will provide Android APIs and Google services as well as familiar tools: Android Studio, Android SDK, Google Play Services, and Google Cloud Platform. According to Piekarski, the company plans to update the preview with regular OS patches, security features, and built-in Weave connectivity. Developers can use turnkey solutions such as Intel Edison, NXP Pico and Raspberry Pi 3 to start developing with Android things.The Weave platform is being updated to connect a new range of devices to the cloud and Google services. “Weave provides all the cloud infrastructure so that developers can focus on building their products without investing in cloud services,” Piekarski wrote.In addition, the Weave Device SDK allows developers to build solutions for light bulbs, smart plugs, switches and thermostats. Going forward, the company plans to add more support for additional devices, a mobile app API for Android and iOS, and merging Weave and Nest Weave for more security.last_img read more

Following Java and JavaScript the report found th

first_imgFollowing Java and JavaScript, the report found the top 10 languages for the enterprise are: C++, C#, Python, PHP, VB.NET, C, Visual Basic 6 and VBA.When the foundation looked closer at the languages being used by specific audiences, it found the large the company the more Python and C# were being used. “We see above average usage of Python and C# among very large enterprises compared with the rest of respondents, as these companies are using multiple languages. This current embrace of multiple languages is something of a new phenomenon as, historically, larger companies have practiced tighter control over processes, particularly in production,” the report states.The top languages also change based on region. While JavaScript and Java hold the top spots in North America, Asia is more likely to use Java or C++.“As we look toward a multi-platform future and continue to predict cloud-native trends based on our conversations with developers worldwide, it stands to reason that Java and JavaScript are the preferred languages in the developer community. That said, enterprises are using more languages in tandem than ever before as they exercise their newfound flexibility in cloud-native practices. As businesses continue to fine-tune their development strategy, they will seek the right tool for the right job—and the right development teams to write the future of cloud-native, the report states. In today’s polyglot programming world, enterprises are no longer restricted to one specific programming language. However, a new report does find that businesses seem to be sticking with Java and JavaScript for their enterprise application development needs.The report comes from the open-source project for cloud computing, the Cloud Foundry Foundation.“As companies transition from legacy software to more Agile, flexible technologies, it is easier for their developers to use the tool they want for the job they’re doing,” said Chip Childers, CTO of Cloud Foundry Foundation. “Cloud-native practices enable developers within large companies to pick the language that best supports their functional needs—and our research shows that the most commonly chosen languages for cloud-native application development are Java and JavaScript.”last_img read more