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I am looking for a couple people, that want to either brush up, or learn C# from the beginning. I am planning on going through this course again, over the next 100+ days (5 per day - 1 hour). Any takers? Max study group size  is, the G+ on screen hangout limit.
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Hi David, My business is new to the internet world. I'm interested in learning about your project.
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I am looking for a couple people, that want to either brush up, or learn C# from the beginning. I am planning on going through this course again, over the next 100+ days (5 per day - 1 hour). Any takers? Max study group size  is, the G+ on screen hangout limit.
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What previous coding skills are you looking to have in the group? How often are you wanting the study groups to meet?
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I am looking for a couple people, that want to either brush up, or learn C# from the beginning. I am planning on going through this course again, over the next 100+ days (5 per day - 1 hour). Any takers? Max study group size  is, the G+ on screen hangout limit.
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I might be interested. My schedule is a little hectic, so it would be nice to know how you'd like to plan the hangouts sessions. Thanks. 
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"Researchers have demonstrated superconducting electric currents in the two-dimensional material graphene that bounce between sheet edges without scattering. This first direct observation of the ballistic mirroring of electron waves in a 2d system with supercurrents could lead to the use of graphene-based Josephson junctions in applications such as advanced digital logic circuits, ultrasensitive magnetometers and voltmeters."
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"“It doesn't require any super-sophisticated bioengineering,” says Knoblich. “We just let the cells do what they want to do, and they make a brain."
Biologists are building banks of 'organoids', and learning a lot about human development on the way.
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I think they make aluminum ones that would fit the bill and not harm the water. Perhaps try poking around on Amazon to see what's out there?

Good luck with the little people ;)
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Why would Comcast Corp.’s NBCUniversal unit be hunting for new media deals, and talking to companies like Vice Media, BuzzFeed and Business Insider, as The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday?

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I am looking for a couple people, that want to either brush up, or learn C# from the beginning. I am planning on going through this course again, over the next 100+ days (5 per day - 1 hour). Any takers? Max study group size  is, the G+ on screen hangout limit.
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I am looking for a couple people, that want to either brush up, or learn C# from the beginning. I am planning on going through this course again, over the next 100+ days (5 per day - 1 hour). Any takers? Max study group size  is, the G+ on screen hangout limit.
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when  r u  going to start .pls do inform
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Not sure if I posted this here before. Imaging for a moment, the ability to detect mass at a distance due to relativity. We now have clocks so accurate, that this is possible. On the good side, hello self driving cars that can see through mountains and never have an accident, hello the replacement for MRI, goodbye stealth, goodbye submarines, goodbye hiding behind mountains, goodbye sneaking up on people. On the bad side, goodbye privacy because anyone can see what you are doing in your home, goodbye secrets due to sound vibrations being the motion of mass .... and that changes the rate of flow of time. 
Years back one of my favorite sci fi authors was A. Bertram Chandler. In his books there was a mythical device called a mass proximity indicator (MPI). As its name implies it can detect mass, and u...
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+Justen Robertson​ the same way an mri works only it faces outward. The privacy concerns scare the crap out of me, the fact that this makes plausible deniability impossible worries me far less. 
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"Solar cell efficiencies could increase by 30 percent or more with new hybrid materials that make use of the infrared portion of the solar spectrum, researchers say."
Hybrid materials could boost photovoltaic efficiencies by 30 percent or more
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Programming and Robotics are the only two jobs that are going to be around in 10 years. 
Schools that offer accelerated training in digital skills are drawing more and more “career changers,” and graduates can make six-figure base salaries.
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I have been telling the young people in my family this for a while now. I hope they start to listen.
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If you're an inventor, then your expertise probably lies in developing hardware and software rather than knowing the ins-and-outs of the logistics business. Amazon is hoping to help these individuals with Launchpad, a system that lets startups harness the company's vast marketing and transportation resources. Essentially, if you run a venture capital-backed startup or have made a splash on Kickstarter, then you can send Amazon a box of devices and Jeff Bezos will take care of the rest. For instance, Launchpad will be one of the first places that you can buy Thync's mood-changing wearable and Eero's distributed WiFi hardware.

It's not the first time that Amazon has made overtures towards the startup community in recent months since it launched a store specifically for crowdfunding successes back in March. Launchpad, by comparison, is designed for even younger firms, and will accept signups from businesses that are up to three months away from being able to launch their first product. In addition, once the first consignment of devices arrive at an Amazon fulfillment center, they'll be enrolled into the Prime program for fast shipping. For inventors who would otherwise struggle to get their creations out to the world, Launchpad seems like an ideal solution although, for now, you have to apply and hope that the company's moderators approve of your idea.
Amazon is offering its logistics know-how to help young startups.
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Classically trained Engineer and Programmer. Involved in open source, software, and hardware. Current interests: 3d printing and nanotechnology, predicting the future of technology, and low cost power production in 3rd world nations using material at hand. 

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