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Anthony McBride Apr 17
One of 's final acts as MQ was to EH me into picking up a Q. The time has come. YHC is bringing the pain tomorrow at for all those interested. I promise if posts, we will not do any burpees. 5:25 meet at JV Washam bus lot, 5:30 start.
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Serverless Architecture Conference Apr 10
Done with optimizing your costs? Now you can take it to the next level and optimize your . demonstrates how to do so, using , a based, open source platform. Are you ready for the performance dream?
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Ray Shillito 5h
In the meantime let’s do more - it’s proven
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Mark Ariail Apr 12
Just had a great lunch with . He looks a little different out from the gloom! Enjoyed the discussion and companionship.
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Kubernetes Sep 12
functions on Kubernetes are increasingly popular for writing short-lived stateless applications. Don't miss this 9/25 webinar focusing on the operational aspects of apps on (in the context of ) 🖥⬇️
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Ethereum Classic Dec 4
Innovation doesn't stop has been encouraged to submit Status Codes to the network via ECIP. If there is interest they will submit on chain translation for smart contract messages
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Anthony McBride Apr 18
7 pax got a merkin/squat beatdown at this morning. was missed.
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Anthony McBride Apr 18
As fast I could do it. Please read at your leisure the backblast
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Mickey Fulp 15 Nov 17
The Workings of an Ancient Reactor - Two billion years ago parts of an African deposit spontaneously underwent nuclear . The details of this remarkable phenomenon are just now becoming clear:
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AliBongo888 Nov 12
Uranium? WHY? 1. Most awarded explorer. 2. Only Major High Grade deposit in the Athabasca that's NEAR SURFACE. 3. Mineralisation is part of a 2.58km mineralised trend that's part of the largest footprint in the Athabasca open in multiple directions.
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Brendan Aug 12
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Dr Clare Turner 4 Dec 17
All nerds out there . . . I need your help! I'm putting together an inspiring playlist for a 15 year old student about , , and . Do you have any favourites? If so, please share!
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Elsevier Physics Apr 18
In : Comparison of manual and automated techniques for characterization of gas pores in irradiated U-Mo #FFThttp://bit.ly/2PiBvx7
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Rachelle Ames 14 Feb 18
Big goal is decarbonizing energy generation by 2050. Will take a combination of technology, including both & - Steven Specker of
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Dr. GP Pulipaka Jun 17
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Thanos Stamatopoulos Feb 13
How beautifully was fission initially described by Bohr and Wheeler! Simple yet impressive deformations on the way to scission!
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EUROfusion 12 Dec 17
Day 12 of and the series answers an important do both and , which appear to be opposite processes, generate electricity. The answer lies in the size of the nuclei
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Cell at CellPress May 10
Live-cell imaging of a fusion pore proves the -pore hypothesis and establishes a dynamic-pore theory controlling and efficiency--> & Preview
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Phys.org Dec 20
Why does nuclear produce pear-shaped ?
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Robbo Feb 19
Replying to @ActivateBlock
looking like a ten bagger from its current price!
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