So you’re living in New York, looking for a job. Someone suggests finding a tech startup, and you figure it’s worth a shot. Why not? Startups have become a hot destination for employees in recent years. On the East Coast, NYC startups have become one of the top categories of employers. But before you seek out tech startup jobs in NYC, be aware: Not all startups are destined for greatness. For every company like Facebook or Groupon that flourishes with success and makes its employees rich, there are startups that see no success.
Mobile entrepreneurs recently received some good news in the form of an announcement that ENIAC Ventures has raised a fund of more than $1.6 million to aid startup companies in the mobile communications software sector. The group takes its name from the Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer (ENIAC), which was the world’s first general-purpose electronic computer, and likewise the group aims for some “first” of its own.
The stormy weather could do other postponing the release of Delta 4 by a day. A day late than the scheduled date, United Launch Alliance Delta 4 rocket was successfully launched and it boosted a new Geostationary (GEOS) weather satellite into the space this Saturday.
This would now serve as an orbital spare for the hurricane tracking weather sentinels from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The launch occurred at 6.51 p.m at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. This was the 10th flight of the Delta 4 rocket since 2002 and it is also the second of the three main launchings that were planned for the current year.
Earlier a launch was scheduled on Friday, which was called off due to the thunderstorms and the electrical activity near the launch bed at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Even on Saturday the forecast was pretty much the same and it was also predicted a 70% chance of launch delay. After these initial hick ups the launch was successfully carried out after some 37 minutes delay.