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Over 450,000 apply to online software training program

More than 450,000 people applied to the Turkish Treasury and Finance Ministry's project to train software developers, according to a statement by the Finance Minister Berat Albayrak on April 30.
"The youth has shown a great favor in our '1 Million Software Developers' project. The number of applicants reached 451,000 in a week time," he said on his Twitter account.

‘Dairy Philosopher’ to make home-made films for YouTube

In 2015, his character popularized the philosophy of "something else is possible." Now, five years on, he's planning to do the same thing in real life. Müfit Can Saçıntı, who starred in the 2015 hit "The Dairy Farm Philosopher," is set to put the maxim into practice by turning internet-based cinema into a sustainable business.

Global Lockdown a Boon for Romania’s Adult Live Cam Providers

Their company, Studio 20 Double D, was ticking along nicely, but then COVID-19 struck and Manole was flooded with job applications and new clients.

"Applications increased by 100 per cent and the number of users doubled," Manole told BIRN.

"Ours is a business that works in a situation like this."

Romania is a global leader in adult live camming.

Delphi Economic Forum postponed because of coronavirus fears

The coronavirus outbreak, with four confirmed cases so far in Greece, has caused the postponement of the 5th Delphi Economic Forum.

The Forum, scheduled for March 5-8, will now take place at the end of May or the beginnning of June, according to the Forum organizers.

Here's the announcement in full: