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Propeller is tomorrow! +Hoboken NJ 
Be there at 9 am sharp!
1) Early Birds Win
Nokia Bell Labs is giving the first 1000 attendees before 9:30 am a breakfast voucher to use with our awesome food vendors. Plan to arrive at 9 or earlier. They will go fast!

http://www.propellerfest.com/letspropel
www.propellerlive.com
Propeller is where the innovators of the northeast unite
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TensorFlow and Cloud Machine Learning meetup in Newak.

I’m attending a Meetup with Google Developer Group - GDG Newark New Jersey http://meetu.ps/e/BC0wM/1VVYP/d
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Here’s the truth: 

People who criticize you, overlook you or belittle you for doing what you love don’t actually understand your "why."

They don't understand why your passions, dreams and desires are so important to you. And that’s OK. It’s perfectly OK to live a life that others don’t understand.

It’s perfectly OK to choose a career that isn’t “normal''.

It’s perfectly OK to stay up all night, working on something that you care about, even if it isn’t even making you money right now.

It’s perfectly OK to be the freak, the misfit, the outcast.

The only thing that isn't OK is giving up your unique personality or hiding your gifts because someone else shamed you into shrinking from your potential.

So today, go out and live life on your own terms. In due time, all the people who mocked you will go from disparaging you to asking, “Hey…how’d ya do that?”

And all you’ll be able to do is grin.
When everybody has an idea how you should live you life different from your idea, that's everybody else's problem.
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Improve and speed up your learning process.
Learning is not just about mastering the work tools you use everyday. What’s more empowering is learning how to learn and reminding yourself frequently until in becomes a habit. I …
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Worst fried calamari I ever had. Charged an automatic 18% tip for just 3 adults and 3 kids. The food is not worth dining there.
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The waiters that bring out the food to the table need retraining.
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