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A Civilization-esque journey through JavaScript history — chronicles of the march from inception to ubiquity
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My intersectionality will have weirdoes or it will be bullshit.
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asm.js is an easy-to-optimize subset of JavaScript. It runs in all browsers without plugins, and is a good target for porting C/C++ codebases such as ...
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+Brian King  este primul speaker la +MOSS 2015  Dacă sunteți prin București nu ratați ocazia de a-l vedea! #mossconf  
http://mossconf.ro/
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No money, no process, no explanation: An insider speaks out for the first time on the hopelessly flawed scheme to fly to…
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A trend I've noticed in all my school years: girls do better than boys because in the end it all comes down to hard work and dedication. And I can admit to being less hard working than most girls :)
Now, if we could just get rid of prejudice and discrimination (against both genders), we would probably see real equality - socially and regarding  school performance.

http://www.economist.com/news/international/21645759-boys-are-being-outclassed-girls-both-school-and-university-and-gap
“IT’S all to do with their brains and bodies and chemicals,” says Sir Anthony Seldon, the master of Wellington College, a posh English boarding school....
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Girls do better in school because they fit better in an environment designed around personalities eho can sit still for long periods of time, are more into group acttivites and respond passively to authority.
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China wants tech companies to help it bypass encryption. But that’s not okay with the US, which wants the same thing.
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I totally agree. "Hyprocrisy" is the best word. What the US government says has no validity, as they themselves are trying to do the same.
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Though I fully agree with what this guy (this security nobody :P) is saying, I can't seem to have an answer to the issue other than the utopic idea that 'everybody should be good people'
NP-C problem
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