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Minoru Osorio García (Emilio)
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Life is a mix of Flows. Identify. Optimize. Be Happy.
Life is a mix of Flows. Identify. Optimize. Be Happy.

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What does an Agile Classroom look like? Discover the Learning Rhythm...#21stCenturyLearning #k12   #edchat   #EmpowerEd  

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Visiten mi blog de musica experimental e interfaces cerebro-computadora

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Framework-phobia is a widespread suffering that often afflicts Java programmers. Use your entire toolbox to solve business problems. You are not (or should not) be paid by lines of code you produce. 

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Reading a newspaper vs. reading news online today... 

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It's the birthday of Dennis Ritchie, who was born in 1941 in Bronxville, New York. After graduating with a degree in physics and applied mathematics from Harvard University, Ritchie joined the staff at Bell Labs Computing Sciences Research Center. From 1969 to 1973 he developed C, one of the most widely used computing languages of all time. While he worked on C, Ritchie and his Bell Labs colleague Ken Thompson (left) developed the Unix operating system, which made its public debut in 1973 and is still being used. In a lecture he gave in 1983, Ritchie sought to characterize his field: "Computer science research is different from these more traditional disciplines. Philosophically it differs from the physical sciences because it seeks not to discover, explain, or exploit the natural world, but instead to study the properties of machines of human creation. In this it as analogous to mathematics, and indeed the 'science' part of computer science is, for the most part mathematical in spirit. But an inevitable aspect of computer science is the creation of computer programs: objects that, though intangible, are subject to commercial exchange." Ritchie died in 2011.

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"We have the capacity to think several centuries into the future.  Start the task, even if it will not be fulfilled in your lifetime.  This generation has a responsibility to reshape the world... We must ask ourselves about how we lead our life, in the service of what exactly are we using whatever talents we may have? ...To check our motivation we must ask:

Is it just for me, or for others?
For the benefit of the few, or the many?
For now, or for the future?"

- Dalai Lama

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