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3D printing a must for classrooms

3D-printed models can aid geography and biology lessons, says Jared de Waal of Solid Edge Technology.

3D-printed models can aid geography and biology lessons, says Jared de Waal of Solid Edge Technology.

It is important to expose children as early as possible to 3D printing and 3D computer-aided design (CAD).

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Coding: 21st Century literacy

Raspberry Pi is a small, cheap computer children can use to learn coding.

Raspberry Pi is a small, cheap computer children can use to learn coding.

Coding is "the new literacy of the 21st Century", said Camille Agon, SA programme manager at the Breteau Foundation – a UK-based organisation working to facilitate coding education in SA – at the E-Tech Africa conference in Midrand yesterday.

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Software AG kicks off CeBIT 2016 idea contest for universities around the world

Software AG's University Relations department has announced its fifth annual international CeBIT idea contest. The competition is open to students and faculty at colleges and universities around the world and invites them to submit creative proposals for a project to be showcased at CeBIT 2016, the largest IT fair worldwide.

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US pushes bank cyber security exams

US banking regulators must hire and train more examiners with technology expertise so they can give more useful cyber security recommendations to small and mid-sized banks, a federal watchdog agency has warned.

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South Africa on cloud networking map

Jurumani Solutions became the first certified Cisco Meraki Partner in South Africa last month when its lead solutions engineer completed the Certified Meraki Network Associate (CMNA) training in Paris, France.

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Editor's note

Ranka Jovanovic

Ranka Jovanovic, Editorial director, ITWeb

Every profession has an inflated sense of its importance. Today, tech people who are at the top of their games have good reason to feel special – they are in demand, and technology innovation is at the heart of business transformation across many industry sectors.

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Meet the new mindset

Meet the new mindset

Meet the new mindset

Anyone still stuck in the industrial age will need a rapid shift in approach to attract and retain the next-generation workforce.

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CIOs, CTO’s and chief architects rake it in

Tech salaries in South Africa have well outstripped infl ation, according to ITWeb’s 14th annual IT Salary Survey. The average annual salary reported by all respondents went up by R48 000 or 11.3% since last year, with women having taken a longer stride to catch up with the male techies in our notoriously male-dominated IT sector – salaries of female respondents went up by 13.6% while male respondents recorded a 9.6% increase.

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Chief Information Officer

Sello Mmakau

Sello Mmakau, CIO at Home Affairs

Sello Mmakau, CIO at Home Affairs, believes resilience to high levels of stress and ability to balance politics and professionalism is imperative for one to be successful in their careers.

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In training

Ronald Meeske

Ronald Meeske CEO of CTU Training Solutions

We asked training and certification specialists to assess the health of the local ICT training sector. They find it's alive and well, but needs to continually reinvent itself and its offerings to meet demand.

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