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Technology – Tecnología Archive
- Posted on 2011.03.29 | No Comments"Are you absolutely certain that this is what you want to do?" Perhaps I could. But it would require my absolute devotion, enduring financial hardship, and making school my life for three long years. Could I really do it?
- Posted on 2011.02.23 | No CommentsMy highlight of the show was the training that occurred on the second floor: Coastie operator training. Coastie is a 45-inch robot shaped like a cartoon-character boat that talks to the kids about water safety.
- Posted on 2010.12.25 | No CommentsI got to see my nieces and nephews open their presents (and break the first one of the night!). It was so very exciting... it was almost like being there with them! This completely opens the doors for future family gatherings.
- Posted on 2010.12.02 | 2 CommentsSo, what was the first thing I did? Well, I walked out of that ceremony with my naturalization certificate in hand and headed straight home to fill out the most important applications of my life: FBI and NOAA Corps.
- Posted on 2010.04.20 | No CommentsWhen I decided to enroll at Cleveland Institute of Electronics, the reputation or validity of their Electronics Engineering Technology degree was (and still is) the last thing in my mind. I plan to complete the program and get this degree. Why? Simple, because I'm learning.
- Posted on 2009.03.21 | No CommentsThe river never stood still. That is when I saw it. I noticed that the concave sky, which was always so distant and so far above, was hereby being pulled into the Grand River and dragged to the same altitude as my mortal life.
- Posted on 2008.11.02 | No CommentsIf you have developed database-driven desktop applications with ADO.NET, you have probably come across the password problem. Whether your application was written in C#, VB.NET, C++ or other .NET language, […]
- Posted on 2008.10.30 | 3 CommentsMatthew Moran’s The IT Career Builder’s Toolkit makes a point to make one’s IT career personal by shinning off one’s most valuable assets. This is an attempt to finding my […]
- Posted on 2008.10.26 | 3 CommentsHave you heard all the buzz about OpenID? It’s a way to simplify your digital life across multiple websites by letting you use a single user name. What that means […]