May 15, 2020 Gobernador Wolf: 12 condados más pasan a la fase amarilla el 22 de mayo Español, Press Release, Public Health El Gobernador Tom Wolf anunció hoy que otros 12 condados de Pennsylvania pasarán a la fase amarilla de reapertura a las 12:01 a.m. del viernes 22 de mayo. Esos condados incluyen a Adams, Beaver, Carbon, Columbia, Cumberland, Juniata, Mifflin, Perry, Susquehanna, Wyoming, Wayne y York. Veinticuatro condados pasaron a la fase amarilla de reapertura el 8 de mayo y otros 13 pasaron a la fase amarilla en el día de hoy.Con estos 12 condados adicionales, habrá un total de 49 condados en fase amarilla. Los 18 condados restantes están en fase roja.“A través de nuestros esfuerzos de distanciamiento social, no solo hemos revertido la trayectoria del crecimiento exponencial de los casos nuevos, sino que lo hemos reducido a la mitad”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “Y algunos de los condados que pasarán a la fase amarilla la semana próxima eliminaron las inquietudes que teníamos hace solo dos semanas. Por lo tanto, siga esforzándose para que podamos continuar sumando condados a la lista de aquellos que se encuentran en la fase amarilla. Gracias nuevamente por su paciencia y su gran esfuerzo”.Ayer, el Gobernador Wolf y la Secretaria de Salud Dra. Rachel Levine enmendaron las órdenes sobre la fase amarilla para incluir 13 condados que pasaron hoy a la fase amarilla. Esos condados incluyen Allegheny, Armstrong, Bedford, Blair, Butler, Cambria, Fayette, Fulton, Greene, Indiana, Somerset, Washington y Westmoreland.Las órdenes de fase roja de quedarse en casa permanecen vigentes hasta el 4 de junio, pero eso no significa que otros condados no pasarán a la fase amarilla antes de esa fecha.El plan de reapertura prioriza la salud y el bienestar de los residentes de Pennsylvania al usar una combinación de factores para determinar cuánto movimiento puede tolerar una ubicación antes de que el nuevo coronavirus de 2019 se convierta en una amenaza. Incluye las métricas desarrolladas en colaboración con la Carnegie Mellon University en Pittsburgh que se darán a conocer dos veces por semana.Wolf destacó que este plan no es un camino que tenga un solo sentido. El estado supervisa detenidamente a los 24 condados en la fase amarilla y volverá a imponer restricciones si surge el peligro. Si el recuento de casos nuevos comienza a aumentar en un área, será necesario imponer restricciones para evitar que los centros médicos locales se saturen. Por lo tanto, los residentes de Pennsylvania deben continuar tomando buenas decisiones.Lea el plan del Gobernador Wolf para PA aquí.Lea la guía empresarial aquí.Lea la guía de los CDC para centros de cuidado de niños aquí.Lea las preguntas frecuentes aquí.View this information in English. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
“You try to win your matches regardless of the score, if you win them in straights that’s better.”This first week has been going well and I know the opponents in terms of ranking will now get better.”Federer marches on…@rogerfederer equals Jimmy Connors’ Open era record of 17 third round appearances in the men’s singles at #Wimbledon pic.twitter.com/9gaOJRFwUq— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 4, 2019Clarke had the backing of a home crowd in London and produced a spirited second-set showing, earning warm praise from the Swiss maestro, who has been impressed with some of the young players emerging at this tournament, not least Coco Gauff in the women’s draw.”I thought the crowds were great, they were really hoping for Jay to get into the match and he did that in the second set,” said the 37-year-old. Wimbledon 2019: Brit dumps mixed doubles partner — via text — for Coco Gauff Roger Federer issued an ominous warning to his Wimbledon rivals as he beat Jay Clarke in straight sets before declaring: “The tank is full”.The eight-time All England Club champion revealed after his first-round win over Lloyd Harris that he had endured some mobility issues, but he was quickly up to full speed against British No. 4 Clarke on Thursday. Federer, moving freely and with typical grace, wrapped up the first set in 28 minutes en route to a 6-1, 7-6 (7-3), 6-2 triumph on No.1 Court.”I really enjoyed myself. The tank is full. I came here with a lot of confidence, the first few matches haven’t been very taxing physically,” said the 20-time Grand Slam winner. Related News “I struggled to take care of business a bit from the baseline. Thankfully I played a pretty good breaker. I had some help from him as he gave me a couple of unforced errors.”It’s refreshing to see new players. I love the story [of Gauff], the same with Jay and new players coming through – unfortunately a few lost already.”They will take care of business in the future and I will watch from the couch.”
As companies accumulate data, they need new ways to store it, manage it, innovate off it, and scale services based on it. Earlier this year, IBM announced the IBM Cloud Private (ICP) for Data solution, and today the company is expanding it to provide new ways to uncover hidden insights from data.The company has revealed it is collaborating with Red Hat to certify the AI-focused data platform to run on Red Hat’s open source container application platform OpenShift.IBM also announced that it’s launching a new version of ICP for Data — ICP for Data Experiences, meant to serve as an introduction to the platform.Through ICP for Data Experiences, “developers and data engineers alike can move quickly through the steps it takes to do things like collect and prepare the right data for machine learning models, create predictive analytics models to understand future outcomes, and how to go about deploying and managing these models,” Rob Thomas, general manager of IBM analytics, wrote in a post. The news of the imminent OpenShift certification follows related news from IBM partner HortonWorks about its own platform, as well as news from earlier this year about IBM and Red Hat’s plans for IBM middleware integration with OpenShift.“Now with ICP for Data certified for OpenShift, clients will be able to run their cloud-native workloads across OpenShift’s vast landscape and stretching across on premises, public and private clouds,” Thomes wrote.IBM also announced the addition to ICP for Data with the introduction of analytics query utility QueryPlex, which the company says “is designed to enable people to write analytics queries that can access data anywhere across the enterprise, be it from servers, desktops, mobile devices, a car, etc., as if you were searching a single database. It’s like we’re giving people the ability to SQL the world. And because it’s on ICP for Data, this new feature can help you find the data you’re looking for whether it’s on premises, or on private or public clouds.”In addition, the company will be sponsoring the StackExchange AI community on the Stack Overflow Network. IBM hopes this will help foster a conversation around AI, machine learning, data science, data governance and hybrid data management.“Which brings us full circle on the issue at hand – helping empower people and organizations with the easiest, most intuitive yet sophisticated tools and platforms to begin managing and analyzing their mounting data – all with an eye on AI. Because be forewarned, no enterprise will scale the AI ladder without having its data prepped, managed, available and accessible. We think we’ve built the most powerful system yet to help you accomplish this,” Thomas added.
Google updates Android Developer FundamentalsGoogle is updating its fundamental courses as a service of codelabs. Codelabs are short tutorials that walk users through specific tasks. As part of the update, Google has updated the Android Developer Fundamentals course and Advanced Android course.In addition, if any users or teachers want to use the course inside a classroom setting or a study session, Google provides slide decks, source code, concept guides and step-by-step codelabs.HackerOne partners with cybersecurity training company HackEDUHackerOne and HackEDU are teaming up to provide hackers with new training materials and web hacking courses. As part of the partnership, HackerOne is expanding its online hacking training program Hacker 101 to provide sandboxed training environments modeled after real-world vulnerability reports, the company explained.The first five sandboxes will feature: clickjacking, XXE, remote code execution, SQL injection and XSS attacks.“Hacking is a highly sought after skill, but it is not always clear how to get started or advance to the next level. This is why we started Hacker101,” said Cody Brocious, HackerOne security researcher and head of Hacker Education. “Now with HackEDU’s sandboxes and interactive lessons, hackers can test their skills like never before. With simulated real-world bugs — originally discovered by top bug hunters in the community — you will learn something new with these latest sandboxes, no matter your skill level.” Microsoft has announced it is opening the .NET Foundation to the open-source community. “The .NET Foundation was founded in 2014 to foster .NET open source development and collaboration. We’re thrilled to have been a part of some amazing growth and momentum since then! On the platform projects alone, 87% of the people who contribute to the .NET platform don’t work at Microsoft and have made over 61,000 code contributions. With this incredible growth, it’s time to take the .NET Foundation to the next level,” the company wrote in a post.As a result, Microsoft will be expanding the board from three to seven members and expanding the technical steering group to a corporate sponsor program. As part of this announcement, Red Hat, JetBrains, Google, Unity, Microsoft and Samsung have joined the program.Hyperledger Ursa accepted by Hyperledger TSCThe open-source collaborative effort for blockchain technologies, Hyperledger, has announced it has accepted Hyperledger Ursa into its projects. Ursa is a cryptography library intended for, but not limited to, Hyperledger projects.“Ursa’s objective is to make it much safer and easier for our distributed ledger projects to use existing, time tested, and trusted cryptographic libraries but also new cryptographic library implementations being developed,” the team wrote in a post.