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 Make an #ESP8266  based #WiFi  watering system connected to the #InternetOfThings . It can easily be programmed with the +Arduino 
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If you’re like me, you’ve watched with great interest as the “Internet of Things” has grown from an incredible idea to an even more impressive solution that is already widely in use all over the world. The growing use and rapidly accelerating computing power of cyber-physical systems is a topic that will eventually (and, likely,
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that construction worker lady is pretty smart, huh? ♂
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For those of us who grew up behind the Iron Curtain with dreams of owning real jeans, the U.K.’s vote feels like a personal rejection.
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There's growing anger in the United States after videos have emerged of two fatal shootings of black men by police in the space of 48 hours. Philando Castile, 32, was shot dead in Minnesota while Alton Sterling, 37, was fatally shot in Baton Rouge.
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    Lecturer in Computing, 1990 - present
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Lecturing in Computing at IT Sligo, Ireland
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Lecturer in Computing at IT Sligo
Director at Appsolo Ltd.
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I know more about coding than is healthy, like finding ways to make good design accessible and think there's always a better way to impart the stuff I know.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Probably doesn't need another good review but there are lots of good gelateria in Rome so it's worth singling out a mention for excellent service. It's not often someone takes the time to help you identify good combinations of ice-cream - it's not everyday that you get that kind of indulgence!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Excellent. Rome can overload the head with the depth of history on offer. The crypts do a good job explaining the lives of the Capuchin order irrespective of your religious leanings or none. However, the star of the show are the handful of rooms decorated in (to me) a macabre way with human bones. Impressive? Yes. Just a bit creepy - definitely. Also, a haven of quiet away from the busy Barberini square.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Both gluten-free or not, possibly the best we had in Rome. Quick, efficient, consistent. Great location (be sure to check out the beautiful church around the corner in Largo dei Librari), good range and all good. Excellent value for money. So good, if gluten-free is important to you, you could do worse than plan your day around a meal here.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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If walking about Trastevere, you should definitely loop by this gelateria. Any of the Fatamorgana chain are worth a visit but treat yourself to an extra scoop for the same price here and relax in a quaint, quiet corner of the district.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Okay, not great for gluten-free option and virtually empty at lunch time which didn't inspire. Not cheap, not outstanding. Tucked away off Piazza Barberini - check out the Capuchin Crypts if you find yourself in the area, though may not help the appetite!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Can't say I think this place is worth it. Yes, it's a 'different experience' but compared to food elsewhere are half the price, I think the 'experience' is over-valued. Pasta was very 'al dente' and the 'secondo piatto' was a plate of pork slices for one and deep-fried assorted fish heads in another. Not a vegetable to be had in any dish. Over-priced and over-played imho.
Public - a year ago
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