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February 11, 2016
7:09PM EDT

D3l93bTW

February 11, 2016
7:09PM EDT

import java.util.*;

public class Order {
        private boolean isFulfilled;
        public int id;
        public int x, y;
        private Hashtable<Integer,Integer> products;

February 11, 2016
7:08PM EDT

import java.util.*;

public class Order {
        private boolean isFulfilled;
        public int id;
        public int x, y;
        private Hashtable<Integer,Integer> products;

February 11, 2016
7:03PM EDT

import java.util.*;

public class Warehouse
{
        public int x, y;
        public int id;
        private Hashtable<Integer,Integer> products;

February 11, 2016
6:55PM EDT

---
- hosts: localhost
  connection: local

  tasks:
  - ec2_vpc_net_facts:
  - ec2_vpc_subnet_facts:

February 11, 2016
6:55PM EDT

do; s entry0
db -$$ @@= `db~[0]`

?e ============ UPX unpacker ============

e search.from=entry0; e search.to=entry0+0x1000;
f p @@= `/a call rbp~:1[0]`

February 11, 2016
6:51PM EDT

public class Command {
        private int droneId;
        private int productId;
        private int numItems;
        private char commandTag;

        public Command(int droneId, char commandTag, int productId, int numItems) {

February 11, 2016
6:51PM EDT

public class Command {
        private int droneId;
        private int productId;
        private int numItems;
        private char commandTag;

        public Command(int droneId, char commandTag, int productId, int numItems) {

February 11, 2016
6:49PM EDT

classes:
  - wsus_client

February 11, 2016
6:48PM EDT

:hierarchy:
  - osfamily/%{::osfamily}
  - operatingsystem/%{::operatingsystem}
  - environments/%{::environment}
  - common
:backends:
  - yaml

February 11, 2016
6:48PM EDT

diff --git a/src/uvcsite/workflow/basic_workflow.py b/src/uvcsite/workflow/basic_workflow.py
index 06e7796..542fde4 100644
--- a/src/uvcsite/workflow/basic_workflow.py
+++ b/src/uvcsite/workflow/basic_workflow.py
@@ -4,6 +4,7 @@
 
 import grok

February 11, 2016
6:48PM EDT

diff --git a/src/uvcsite/workflow/basic_workflow.py b/src/uvcsite/workflow/basic_workflow.py
index 06e7796..542fde4 100644
--- a/src/uvcsite/workflow/basic_workflow.py
+++ b/src/uvcsite/workflow/basic_workflow.py
@@ -4,6 +4,7 @@
 
 import grok

February 11, 2016
6:46PM EDT

/* Input, with a prompt, the number of eggs laid at our chicken ranch. Output, with explanatory text, the number of egg cartons needed. Assume an egg carton holds 12 eggs. If the number of eggs is not a multiple of 12, then the last egg carton will only be partially filled. An example run of your program (with the input in boldface) might go as
        Eggs: 100
        9 cartons
(In this case, the first 8 cartons are filled, and the ninth carton holds the remaining 4 eggs.) The number of eggs and the number of cartons are both always integers. Your program only has to handle one number, no looping required. */

import java.util.*;

February 11, 2016
6:45PM EDT

[Test]
public void TestNullCaso1()
{
    MyEntidad ent = null;

    if (ent?.ValorInt == null)
    {

February 11, 2016
6:45PM EDT

/* Input, with a prompt, the number of eggs laid at our chicken ranch. Output, with explanatory text, the number of egg cartons needed. Assume an egg carton holds 12 eggs. If the number of eggs is not a multiple of 12, then the last egg carton will only be partially filled. An example run of your program (with the input in boldface) might go as
        Eggs: 100
        9 cartons
(In this case, the first 8 cartons are filled, and the ninth carton holds the remaining 4 eggs.) The number of eggs and the number of cartons are both always integers. Your program only has to handle one number, no looping required. */

import java.util.*;

February 11, 2016
6:42PM EDT

video playlist

February 11, 2016
6:42PM EDT

import java.util.*;

public class Warehouse
{
        public int x, y;
        private Hashtable<Integer,Integer> products;

February 11, 2016
6:40PM EDT

1:56
Berserk soundtrack
1 Behelit.m4a

February 11, 2016
6:38PM EDT

/home/someone/dev/android/cm/out/host/linux-x86/bin/checkpolicy:  loading policy configuration from /home/someone/dev/android/cm/out/target/product/z3c/obj/ETC/sepolicy.recovery_intermediates/policy_recovery.conf
device/qcom/sepolicy/common/mpdecision.te:42:ERROR 'unknown type sysfs_devices_system_iosched' at token ';' on line 14534:
allow mpdecision sysfs_devices_system_iosched:file { { getattr open read ioctl lock } { open append write } };
allow mpdecision sysfs_thermal:file { { getattr open read ioctl lock } { open append write } };
checkpolicy:  error(s) encountered while parsing configuration

February 11, 2016
6:37PM EDT

Discuss why women have more difficulties to progress in their career
Women have always been doing science, but for most of the time, that happened under the shadow of their husbands or falsifying their identity pretending to be a man. For centuries access to education was limited to men it was only in the XIX century that women started to gain the respect and recognition that they have been working for deserve. Marie Curie one of just 4 people to be awarded two Nobel prizes fought to be respected. But how is science treating women in the XXI century? The aim of this essay is to discuss the actual situation of women in science and career development. In order to do that, first discrimination will be studied, after that the implications of maternity leave in the career development of a women and finally how hard a woman has to work in order to gain the same respect and recognition as a man.
Science is discriminating women and just by looking at the number of professorships that are owned by men and women is enough to get a brief idea of how it works in this field. Academia has been always a men social club, big societies were men join together to discuss great ideas and women were not welcome. Now we are in the XXI century and things have changed, women can be part of this small circles and actually they are; but still in low numbers. Women are part of the science and that is a fact, however it is also a fact how many of them get a high position or recognition, that is another matter and the numbers change.  
But do women get the same position as men? They can, but in order to do that they have to work 20 times harder, publish 20 times more papers and of greater impact. It is common to find plenty of post-doctorate positions that are occupied by women. It is common to find women that are self-funded with Marie Curie fellowships, L’Oréal and other grants that can help to fund themselves and the research, but when looking at more permanent positions, men have more often those positions. 
Maternity leave is one of the main reasons why the numbers are still down for high positions for women in academia. It is hard to think that someone can stay from 2 months up to 3 years at home and be still a researcher. Men in academia think they will be just at home, with the baby; science is publishing or perishing. But can you not write reviews? Write manuscripts? Read? Do courses? Improve your cv? Marie Curie manage with two children to get one Nobel with the husband and another all just by herself! Still women in fertile age find difficult to find the next-opportunity, but now things are slowly changing and this is going to be for good.
Women have some of the position and recognition in science that they have been fighting for several centuries. However there is still a long way to go and still high positions that are mainly for men. This gap needs to be filled by all those greater women that are not just doing science but a great favour to the humanity. Things will improve with time, now we are changing them and in the future all opportunities will be equal, a place where our daughters can have the position they want.

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