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Corporate Service Corps, Indonesia: Improving Life for Persons with Disabilities

By Seth Bravin, IBM’s Corporate Service Corps (CSC) celebrated its 5th Anniversary last year, so I was excited to join the more than 2,000 program participants from 29 countries who have contributed their expertise to projects in developing economies. Through CSC, I had an opportunity to work with Sentra Advokasi Perempuan Difabel dan Anak (SAPDA), an Indonesian NGO in the … Continue reading

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New Physical Phenomenon on Nanowires Seen for the First Time

Very tiny wires made of semiconducting materials – more than one thousand times thinner than a human hair – promise to be an essential component for the semiconductor industry. Thanks to these tiny nanostructures, scientists envision not only a more powerful new generation of transistors, but also to integrate optical communication systems within the very … Continue reading

IBM Fellow Namik Hrle: You have to take a risk, You have to go forward, and Adjust as you go.
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IBM Fellow Namik Hrle: You have to take a risk, You have to go forward, and Adjust as you go.

Namik Hrle IBM Software Group, Information Management Distinguished Engineer – Information Management Connect on LinkedIn Now that he’s become an IBM Fellow, Namik Hrle has just one thing left on his bucket list: make the mainframe sexy. “My passion is the IBM mainframe. No matter if it’s been around for 50 years, it still leads the pack … Continue reading