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Google+ et l'ISAE Cnam Liban

  • Profile

    It all starts with your profile. Choose what people find when they look for you and include things like what schools you’ve gone to, what companies you’ve worked for, and how people can get in touch with you.
  • Circles

    Finally! Circles make it easy to organize your online social world by putting different groups of friends and team members in separate lists, family in another, and whatever other groups you dream up -- then easily post different updates to each circle. You can create as many circles as you want, make each as large or small as you want, and change (or abandon) any of them whenever you want.
  • Hangouts

    Hangouts let up to ten people have a video chat together using this shared space for anything from study sessions or club meetings to collaborating with colleagues all over the world to holding foreign language labs with several students at once. You can share your screen or add a Google Doc to get even more done with your team.
  • Stream

    Your Google+ Stream is the place where you publish updates, pics, links, news, and events. It’s also the place to see all the posts, photos, videos, links or location markers that people in or out of your circles have shared with you. And you only have to see comments and links from people whose posts interest you; Google+ lets you easily select the sources of your Stream.
  • Mobile

    You don’t spend all day in front of your computer, but you probably carry a mobile with you when you’re on the go. Google+ brings your Profile, Circles, Stream, and Hangouts to your mobile and adds in some extras like location check-ins, Instant Upload for photos, and Messenger for quick group chats.
  • Search

    Type what you’re looking for into the Google+ search box and your results will include your own posts, trending topics from across the web, and people (whom you can add to your circles), all at the same time. You can then save that search for easy future checks of what’s new in this particular area of personal obsession.

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Expérience professionnelle Cnam Liban informatique

Au Cnam Liban 1/3 des crédits environs sont attribués à l'expérience professionnelle, voici les conditions de validation de cette expérience:

Source : département informatique Cnam Liban , Computer Science Lebanon for adult training and continuous training
Les titres du répertoire national des certifications professionnelles (RNCP)Les diplômes de niveau III (bac+2) :
2 ans d’expérience professionnelle dans le domaine ou 2 ans en dehors du domaine
+ 3 mois de stage dans la spécialitéLes diplômes de niveau II (bac+3/4) :
2 ans d’expérience professionnelle dans le domaine ou 3 ans en dehors du domaine
+ un stage de 3 à 6 mois selon la spécialitéLes licencesParcours complet L1, L2, L3
3 ans d’expérience professionnelle dont 1 an dans le domaine validé par un rapport
d’activité. Si l’expérience professionnelle est en dehors de la spécialité : 3 ans + 6 mois de
stage dans la spécialitéParcours L3
1 an d’expérience professionnelle dans le domaine validé par un rapport d’activité.
Si l’expérience…

LTE IoT: Sequans Claims 'Big Lead' over Rivals

Sequans : With the promise of growth in the cellular IoT market, Sequans (Paris, France) is coming to Las Vegas this week to unveil what the company calls “the world’s first purpose-built Cat M1/NB1 chip” at CTIA’s Super Mobility Week.

Specifically designed for narrowband IoT applications by Release 13 of the 3GPP LTE standard, Cat M1 and Cat NB1 are expected to bring better coverage and a longer battery life to wearable devices, industrial monitors and low-data, sensor-driven IoT networks.

Category M1, also known as LTE-M and Cat M, delivers about 1 Megabit per second (Mbps) maximum in a 1.4 MHz channel. Category NB1, also previously known as NB-IoT, delivers about 40 kilobit per second (kbps) in a 200 kHz channel.
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