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24 Jul 19
The Racing Experts

With only a few races left before the 2019 eNASCAR Peak Antifreeze iRacing Series playoffs, the cutoff for the eight-driver championship battle has tensions higher than ever leaving Pocono Raceway.

23 Jul 19
The Metabolism Miracle

Most of us have heard of the rule of thumb: To live longer, walk at least 10,000 steps per day. This information has been circulated and repeated for over 50 years. 10,000 steps equals about 5 miles. I don’t think most people choose to walk to prolong their lives. After counseling patients for many years, […]

23 Jul 19
This Week in Milford

Golf plot in your pocket Lipstick in your hand Dine with the Rockefellers You’re now the 21st-Century Man   Family can’t afford it Brie and wine too dear But you will pay for dinner Jaquan will foot the beer   Tho you ride on the wheels of tomorrow You still wander this plot of sorrow […]

23 Jul 19
Developer Community

In the recent months I’m reading a lot about FaaS and Serverless as yet another way to build software systems and I must say I have become quite enthusiastic about it. In fact much more enthusiastic than with micro services when they were considered the greatest thing on earth for development for the Cloud. Not […]

23 Jul 19
PaaS Community Blog

Oracle Integration Cloud is finalizing its work of a UiPath specific adapter that allows Oracle Integration Cloud service subscribers to connect to a UiPath Orchestrator. Oracle Integration Cloud allows dispatching UiPath RPA Processes via UiPath’s public REST API. Oracle offers bi-directional communication between Oracle Integration Cloud and UiPath RPA solution. When Oracle Integration Cloud consumes […]

23 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

AWhen he began his diet program at the age of 74, he was 146 pounds and diabetic for 20 years. Meanwhile John Gemmell weighs only 92 kilos. What brought him not only more mobility and quality of life – but also a complete remission of his diabetes. The symptoms are gone. Gemmell is the flagship […]

22 Jul 19
Novelhistorian

Review: The Phoenix of Florence, by Philip Kazan Allison & Busby, 2019. 349 pp. 15£ Onorio Celavini, one of sixteenth-century Florence’s two police inspectors (to use a broad term), has a typical case on his hands, or so it seems. Near a bridge, a man lies dead, the apparent victim of a gang attack, for […]

22 Jul 19
Developer Community

What if we told you that you don’t have to create microservices with Java EE anymore? Meet Project Helidon, a set of Java libraries for writing microservices. This new project from Oracle currently supports two programming models: Helidon MP and SE. Let’s have a closer look at it! If you need an easier way to […]

22 Jul 19
PaaS Community Blog

I define my input as follows – So now to the 2 simple rules – IF/THEN rule and a Decision Table – The rules are self-explanatory. I want to expose these as 2 separate services – I now Activate -Back in the Process App – Now I drop a Decision Activity in my process – […]

21 Jul 19
Allison Thai

We opened the day with an introductory lecture from Nancy Kress on scenes and how to write them well. Three critiques today: Rob and Laura Baranowski (YA space opera) (as joint writers of a manuscript, they’re treated as a single critique spanning three minutes instead of two), Carina Bissett (WWI fantasy), and Mark Pantoja (“untitled […]

21 Jul 19
Allison Thai

This is the first day of Taos Toolbox: a SFF writing workshop that focuses on novel-length fiction. I had read everyone’s submissions to critique for Week 1 beforehand. I was looking forward to immersing myself in an intensive writing environment, and the high altitude. I was picked from the ABQ airport by Rob and Laura […]

21 Jul 19
Mike Finn's Fiction

Climate Change Fiction anthology that is horribly plausible, deeply frightening and that fills me with guilt about the mess the generation now in school will inherit from us. “Loosed Upon The World” is a collection of twenty-six short stories that imagine our future in a world undergoing dramatic climate change. The message that they have […]