Friday

Black Friday: The best deals we’ve found on Nintendo Switch hardware and games

Why it matters: Nintendo’s Black Friday deals are live, headlined by a sweet offering in which you can score one of the Switch’s top games absolutely free. GameStop also has a pretty sweet Black Friday sale, with several top Switch games commanding just $26.99 for a limited time.

Nintendo’s top deal includes a Nintendo Switch (the standard model, not the new OLED model or the Switch Lite) plus a download code for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and a three-month subscription to Nintendo Switch Online for $299.99.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe typically retails for $59.99 and a three-month Nintendo Switch Online

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Computer-based test to hold Friday, Saturday

The Nigeria Police Force has announced that a computer-based test for candidates who were shortlisted in the 2020 recruitment exercise will hold on Friday and Saturday.

Force Public Relations Officer for Lagos State Police Command, CSP Adekunle Ajisebutu disclosed this in a statement on Thursday.

He said the venue for the Lagos edition of the test is the WAEC Testing and Training Centre in Ogba.

According to the statement, “This is to inform candidates who participated in the 2020 recruitment exercise and have been shortlisted for the next stage that, computer-based aptitude test for

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Quantum programming with Q# and running on hardware with Azure Quantum | Azure Friday

Mariia Mykhailova joins Scott Hanselman to discuss quantum computing and quantum programming with Microsoft Quantum Development Kit (QDK), from writing Q# code to running it on hardware via Azure Quantum.

[0:00:00]– Intro
[0:00:51]– Overview
[0:05:43]– From algorithm to coding and unit tests
[0:20:58]– Jupyter notebook support for Q#
[0:34:17]– Wrap-up

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OSF Healthcare computer system down Friday morning

PEORIA, Ill. (WMBD) — OSF Healthcare experienced some network issues Friday.

OSF spokesperson Libby Allison confirmed the problem started early Friday morning and impacted some IT systems.

The cause of the outage is still under investigation.

Allison said the systems are recovering and many are back online. She said they expect the programs to be up and running normally by the end of the day.

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