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@rem 10h
Replying to @GirlsCodeMK @Julieanne
Hi Eva, we're working through them right now ( works on the first round and manages all the travel, but girlcoders should be finding out fairly soon).
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@rem 13h
Speaking of which, if there's students or lecturers/teachers out there that want to inspire the next generation, feel free to either DM directly for details, or email events@leftlogic.com - we've had amazing student attendees in previous years.
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@rem 13h
Replying to @burkeholland @codepo8
I thought Chrome was doing this for years now. I've seen it before when I've entered a URL and it's making requests to the server as my typing became idle. Or…it was that or I getting cabin fever with my browser…
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@rem 13h
is coming around soon. If you want something to look forward to at the end of the year, something to inspire you into 2019, then join us in Brighton on 8/9 November 👍👩‍🎓👨‍🏫👩🏾‍🏫
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@rem Sep 24
Not urgent, but I'd be very grateful - thank you!
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@rem Sep 24
I can't even make out what letters they're supposed to be.
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@rem Sep 24
Do any of you know what this is? (in the box) I realise it's kind of a long shot!!! but it doesn't appear on every "head" of household, only a few.
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@rem Sep 24
Replying to @passcod @porteneuve
Thank you so so much ❤️❤️❤️
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@rem Sep 24
Such a superb talk on how we make our working environments better. Take 30 minutes in your day to watch this—full of KPs and insights. /via
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@rem Sep 24
Any kind french peer want to translate some text for me into a gist (or something)? I'd be most grateful. I can get bits of it, but I'm losing context and details. /cc etc
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@rem Sep 23
Replying to @amberweinberg
I kept hitting roadblocks and limited results - but I know their data is really good for UK and US. France is oddly limited, but I've finally had breakthroughs so getting there now.
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@rem Sep 23
Finally got a thread on my french genealogy. Totally amazed by what I've found. Not only found direct relatives from 1850s, but I'm able to see their handwriting AND discover the was a typo in the census at some point which triggered a permanent change to my mother's surname!
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@rem Sep 23
Replying to @rohnn
I'd tried that before, but couldn't get into the docs (the flash preview said it wasn't available to public) - but now I'm able to view the 1911 census, images only, but it's a start. Painful to print then read 110 year old french handwriting, but it's a start!
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@rem Sep 23
Replying to @rohnn
Ah shit, if it's 150 years, then it'll explain the cut off. I'm trying to find census records for ~1906
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@rem Sep 23
Replying to @Delapouite
I thought birth records weren't, but I was looking for census' and births for 1906 (again, calvados)
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@rem Sep 23
French friends: have you done any genealogy research on the web? Can you recommend services? I can't find any records for the last 100 years (tried with known years, surnames and dept)… any recommendations for sites? (searching calvados)
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@rem Sep 23
Sorry I was speeding out! Just managed to get home for midnight
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@rem Sep 23
I did my own version of this last month, people got very happy about it too!
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@rem Sep 22
Replying to @rem
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@rem Sep 22
Replying to @rem
The Scottish census actually explains this in modern day language:
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