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- n. Computer software that is noticeably cutting-edge, that is, significantly innovative, either by taking a totally new approach to a task or by creating a completely new class of application or completely new class of software.
- n. A pottery vessel with decorated rim.
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These types of skills and jobs require knowledge such as how to install and maintain RFID edgeware, also known as middleware, and an understanding of the functionality of [that] software, such as real-time data acquisition and data filtering; how RFID data may require the integration of specific applications; how business-to-business electronic-commerce data exchanges may need to be changed to exchange RFID captured data; [knowledge of] the Electronic Product Code Net data architecture and how data is stored and retrieved; how data synchronization of product catalog information is a component in meeting the business requirements that are a part of RFID supply chain implementations; and how RFID data might be integrated into data warehouses.
There’s a really good morrocan restaurant right by marble arch, in edgeware road – if we want to eat dinner… not expensive either and nice food!
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