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Katherine Pe
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H2o's 2x faster than Nginx for persistent connections. Tried it with mruby. These Japanese guys are really smart. https://h2o.examp1e.net/configure/mruby.html https://github.com/katgironpe/mruby_tests/tree/master/json
Configure > Using Mruby. mruby is a lightweight implemenation of the Ruby programming language. With H2O, users can implement their own request handling logic using mruby, either to generate responses or to fix-up the request / response.
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We'll learn a lot from this funny smart kid.
The inventor kid was talking about a few hundred dollars for detecting cancer. A bit surprising for me because it cost millions for my uncle who eventually died when a doctor hit a sciatic nerve in the process.

#science

http://dailyhealthpost.com/jack-andraka-15-year-old-invents-pancreatic-cancer-test/#.VqAW-XCJQME.facebook
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I asked this on Quora but you may know the answer: What can be done about the educational system for children who cannot afford it in the Philippines?  https://www.quora.com/What-can-be-done-about-the-educational-system-for-children-who-cannot-afford-it-in-the-Philippines
In general, the government should implement important changes in multiple aspects, and this ultimately requires increasing the budget allocated for education...
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Installing Rails 5... Yawn.
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Computer Science Courses that Don't Exist, But Should
Didn't know CSCI 4020 is possible. I thought Python and Ruby are slower than C++.
http://prog21.dadgum.com/210.html
Computer Science Courses that Don't Exist, But Should. CSCI 2100: Unlearning Object-Oriented Programming Discover how to create and use variables that aren't inside of an object hierarchy. Learn about "functions," which are like methods but more generally useful. Prerequisite: Any course that ...
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On code of conducts, I stand by what Matz (creator of Ruby) says. Removing a core contributor for foul language is pretty bad since there are passive-aggressive people who never contributed to open source and say so much on their blogs and they do more harm than those who make an effort to keep versions stable. https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/12004 ... If this CoC was created due to sexism issues, I don't think it makes sense. Removing core contributors because of sexist language seems a bit harsh as only a few want to devote a lot of their time for open source work. 
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Honestly fine with non-verbal regular expressions. But this might work for someone.
 
VerbalExpression — regular expressions with normal words. Super useful JS library if you find regex tricky.

https://github.com/VerbalExpressions/JSVerbalExpressions
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Offline installation of npm packages. Useful for flaky internet, flights, conferences 🍭

https://addyosmani.com/blog/using-npm-offline/

Addy Osmani is a web tooling engineer at Google working with the Chrome team. He is author of open-source projects like Yeoman, TodoMVC and Material Design Lite. He has also written books like Learning JavaScript Design Patterns with O'Reilly.
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Handy new tool (built on top of githubarchive.org dataset!) that aggregates all of your GitHub activity: bit.ly/1mraQyT.

Apparently I've contributed to 248 repositories.. that's more than I would have guessed!
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My 2015 in review. Thank you to the people I worked for and the people who work for me! Happy New Year! https://c.kat.pe/2015-in-review
Unlike those who write lengthy posts about their year, I want to keep this short and relevant. Today, New Year's eve, my uncle died and I am attending his cremation and funeral in about two hours after I write this up. Last year, I spent New Year's eve at Changi Airport, Singapore. I don't know which is worse. I am just glad to be home.
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Bye, HTTP. I'll get my lazy self to fix all the SEO issues soon.

http://venturebeat.com/2015/12/17/google-search-starts-indexing-https-pages-by-default/
Google today announced its search engine has started indexing HTTPS pages by default. More specifically, Google Search now crawls HTTPS equivalents of HTTP pages, even when the former are not linked to from any page.
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Education
  • Saint Louis University
    Business Administration, 2003 - 2007
    Major in Financial Management
  • Yale University
    Financial Markets, 2014 - 2014
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Female
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Self-employed generalist. Designer. Software Developer.
Introduction
INTJCF. Business administration graduate. Yoga practitioner. Experienced web designer,  software developer, dev ops, accomplished real estate marketer. Solving problems (mostly design problems).

I enjoy working alone in a quiet place. I write a lot.

Visit:  c.kat.pe and  katherinepe.com.

As an open source enthusiast since 2003, I have contributed to various projects and still do github.com/katgironpe.

I love studying culture, business, software development best practices, design, yoga, psychology, finance, music and a lot more!

Other Facts:
  1. I read a lot. At least 100 books every year. All of which are non-fiction.
  2. I have been traveling a lot and live in a different place of interest in my country (The Philippines) or another country.
  3. Multi-racial (Filipino, Chinese and Spanish) but as I grow older, I look more Chinese. I am learning Mandarin.
  4. I spend a lot of time creating and improving software but usually only work at night. A bad habit but I don’t think I am a nocturnal type.
  5. Extremely introverted and trying to live off-the-grid.
  6. I believe only the paranoid survive but survival is such a poor goal for a human being.
  7. Because of number 5 fact, I don’t like being asked many questions. But if it’s not about me, I’d probably answer.
Bragging rights
I have no vices. Graduated with honors and exemplary marks (high school and college). That didn't make much sense in the real world but the habits sure helped.
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Off-the-grid
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Singapore - Baguio City
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