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Presentation on FreedomBox and Pokemon Go at ActivateTO

On 17 October 2016, I gave a presentation at ActivateTO, a Toronto-based non-profit that hosts a speaker series. It was located at Toronto City Hall which is a very nice venue, very organized with great audio/visual gear (projectors and mics). My presentation included FreedomBox. The topic that night was PokemonRead More

Did a talk at Software Freedom Day in Toronto on “Open Source, Open Allocation”

Click here to see more information about software freedom day in Toronto. The talk was on 19 September 2015. Open allocation: people get to decide what to work on and how. Gives people an opportunity to contribute to strategy, business objectives, etc. It’s bottom-up in terms of organization hierarchy. ClosedRead More

Presentation: Why PyCharm

Just created a short presentation for work about why I’m checking out the PyCharm IDE. I wrote a post earlier about it. Update: found a nice post by a VIM user who switched to PyCharm and found it awesome how integrated everything is.

Tracking Progress and Learning From Top Performers

Tracking Progress and Learning From Top Performers Some nice quotes in here: if you want to improve your own performance, you need to hang around people who are top performers. If you want to be a better student, scholar, scientist, entrepreneur, or whatever, then surround yourself with the best peopleRead More