Week Four NotesFRISCO, Texas – Southeastern Louisiana’s Marlain Veal is the Southland Conference Player of the Week, the league announced Monday. Southland Conference Players of the Week are presented by UniversalCoin.com.Veal helped the Lions (4-3) to a perfect 3-0 week, averaging 15 points per game alongside 6.7 assists per game. All three wins came on the road, including two away wins and one neutral victory in Birmingham, Ala. Southeastern returns to the court Tuesday to host Southern (New Orleans) at 7 p.m. CT before being idle for two weeks, next competing on Dec. 12 at UCF. Honorable Mention: T.J. Holyfield, Stephen F. Austin; Tevon Saddler, Nicholls; Jaren Lewis, Abilene Christian. Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on 25 percent of ballots. Men’s Basketball Player of the Week – Marlain Veal, Southeastern Louisiana – Jr. – Guard – New OrleansVeal led Southeastern to three-straight wins away from home for the first time since 2006 as the junior from New Orleans averaged 15 points, 6.7 assists, 2.3 steals and 4 rebounds on the week. He tied for team-high honors with 22 points in helping his side rally from a 12-point deficit to defeat previously-unbeaten Kent State 70-66 on Tuesday. He also had five rebounds, three assists and three steals. He followed that performance by tying his career high for assists with 10 dishes against Samford in a 77-71 victory. Veal also recorded 14 points to earn his second career double-double. He wrapped up the week with nine points, five rebounds and a team-high seven assists in a 73-59 win over Mississippi Valley State on Saturday.
Enterprise software development tool provider GrapeCity has announced Documents for Imaging .NET Standard 2.0 (GcImaging) to its documents API product line. Developers can now create, load, modify and save images in .NET Standard 2.0 apps with this latest release.According to the company, GcImaging was created out of a need for a .NET Standard 2.0 imaging library. “GcImaging for .NET Standard 2.0 is ideal for developers needing to produce accurate images for image transmission. For example, in the healthcare and medical industries, GcImaging can be used to generate images from X-rays and ultrasounds to detect conditions for patient screening. Photographers can dither high-color-depth images to view on low-color-depth environments, like embedded systems,” the company wrote in its announcement.Other use cases include analyzing remotely-sensed images and enhancing images for acoustic imaging, according to GrapeCity’s product manager Shilpa Sharma.Top features include the ability toLoad and save images from popular formats like BMP, JPEG, GIF, PNG and TIFFProcess images in codeDraw graphics on imagesDraw text on imagesWork with TIFF imagesCovert imagesExtract Exif metadata from imagesWatermark imagesThe release also comes with full support on Windows, macOS and Linux, and can be deployed as a functions-as-a-service with AWS Lambda, Azure functions and other cloud services, the company explained.
The controversial Novichok poisonings in the UK is to be the basis for a drama for the BBC. Delhi Crime producer Dancing Ledge is making the two-parter, titled Salisbury, for BBC Two. It will tell the story of how ordinary people reacted to the crisis as their city became the focus of an unprecedented national emergency. The drama is written by McMafia writers Adam Patterson and Declan Lawn. No casting has yet been set for the drama, which was ordered by Piers Wenger, Controller of BBC Drama, and Patrick Holland, Controller of BBC Two. It is exec produced by Les Miserable producer Chris Carey and Dancing Ledge boss Laurence Bowen along with Patterson and Lawn and the BBC’s Lucy Richer. Fremantle distributes. Patterson and Lawn, said, “We feel extremely privileged to be telling this story. Extensive, meticulous research is at the heart of how we like to work and we’ve been overwhelmed by the generosity of the people of Salisbury who have opened up to us over the past few months and continue to do so. This is an extraordinary story full of ordinary heroes, the tale of how a community responded to an inconceivable event.“ Wenger said, “BBC Two plugs into contemporary issues and dilemmas of the modern world, and has a rich history of exploring true stories from different perspectives in a sensitive and considered way. The poisonings in Salisbury shocked the nation and had a huge impact on an unsuspecting community. This drama will capture the bravery, resilience and personal experience of the local people who faced a situation of unimaginable horror, so close to home.“ Bowen added, “This is the story of the poisonings in Salisbury that hasn’t been told – the story of a community living through the real life horror of an invisible threat that could and did kill without warning, a story of tragedy but also of resilience, and pride. It’s a real privilege to be involved in its telling.“ Source: deadline.com