Factoring of the Future – Why Factors need to look to the Cloud


Factoring of the Future – Why Factors need to look to the Cloud

The concept of factoring has its roots in financial transactions stretching right back to Roman times, but the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of processes powered by the most modern of cloud-based technologies.
Scalability in terms of both performance and business is increasingly important for companies providing accounts receivable factoring. Software as a Service (SaaS) has beco…

Building “Twelve-Factor” Serverless Applications – Mike Morain – Cloud Native Day Tel Aviv 2018

The “Twelve-Factor” application model has come to represent twelve best practices for building modern, cloud-native applications. With guidance on things like configuration, deployment, runtime, and multiple service communication, the Twelve-Factor model prescribes best practices that apply to everything from web applications to APIs to data processing applications. Although Serverless computing and AWS Lambda have changed how application development is done, the “Twelve-Factor” best practices remain relevant and applicable in a Serverless world. In this talk, we’ll apply the “Twelve-Factor” model to Serverless application development with AWS Lambda and Amazon API Gateway and show you how these services enable you to build scalable, low cost, and low administration applications.

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Special FACTORING Rules – REQUIRED Knowledge For ALGEBRA

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Algebra help with special factoring rules to include the difference of two squares, sum and difference of two cubes and group factoring. For more math help to include math lessons, practice problems and math tutorials check out my full math help program at https://tcmathacademy.com/

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Yale Wright Lab NPA Seminar: Austin Baty, Rice University

NPA Seminar, Austin Baty, Rice University, “Jets and trillion-degree matter: studying QCD at multiple scales”

Abstract: The theory of the strong nuclear force – Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) – describes the interactions between fundamental particles known as quarks and gluons. In this talk, I will explain how the strong nature of the QCD interaction results in phenomena having unique and intriguing properties. One such example is the creation of a hot, dense form of matter that behaves like a ‘perfect liquid,’ known as the quark-gluon plasma (QGP), in collisions of high-energy nuclei. Another QCD phenomenon is the fragmentation of high-momentum quarks and gluons into streams of particles known as jets. Jets are multi-scale objects with a complex internal structure that encodes information about the QCD interaction. Furthermore, when passing through quark-gluon plasma, jets are known to lose energy and have their structure modified in a process known as ‘jet quenching.’ I will discuss how jets and their internal structure can be used to experimentally probe the QGP at short length-scales to learn more about its microscopic internal dynamics. In particular, I will review recent results and discuss opportunities for future data coming from the Large Hadron Collider. Additionally, I will describe how jets can be used to search for QGP-like effects in smaller collision systems such as proton-proton and proton-ion collisions. Finally, I will discuss upcoming opportunities to examine jets and their substructure at the next major facility for QCD studies: the Electron-Ion Collider (EIC).

Recorded at Yale Wright Laboratory on January 26, 2022