I didn’t grow up as an avid book reader, but still enjoy it. Most of the books I read are about my profession, business, biographies, or something that has some learning to it. There is a part of me that ties reading to some type of study or self-improvement, not entertainment. This is nonsense; I […]
This weekend is my long awaited commencement ceremony – MET Boston University class of 2021 – my class! Masters of Science in Computer Information System with a concentration in Data Analytics. What?! It’s awesome. Yes, allow me to boast at least for the weekend. Want to attend? Not a problem. The first prerecorded ceremony for […]
A few moments ago I posted the article below on LinkedIn. It is my first time creating an article on LinkedIn, rather than posting writings from here. While I am not a fan of creating articles in platforms I don’t control, I am curious on the effects. The complete article can be found here: How […]
During these holidays I got a random book from the local library – a biography of Nelson Mandela. What a short but intense story. Having grown up in Venezuela and lived most of my adult life in Canada and Japan I probably have not been exposed to blatant racism like in some countries – like […]
I get tired of wasting time searching for this in old files… I typically use BigQuery, but when it is handy, it is handy.
This is just a memo. It is mid-March and I think it is worth writing a few words of what is happening: a pandemic. Something I have not experienced before. In some places also a pandemonium. What information do I have at this moment? The virus originated in a “wet market” in Wuhan. The type […]