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After week two, I had some clear ideas about what kind of interventions I could carry out as an exercise in this long-term perspective. The meaning of doing these exercises is to prepare my self in advance of completing my Master thesis next semester. 988 more words


George Gillette '17 Honored as 2015 ATLAS Undergraduate Student of the Year

George Gillette ’17, a sophomore civil engineering student and Honors Sophomore Advisor, has been named the Advancing Transportation Leadership and Safety (ATLAS) Undergraduate Student of the Year for his work on a project analyzing data for the Texas A&M Transportation Institute. 298 more words

Good News!

W/E 1st March 2015

Blimey it’s March!

Well progress continues but nowt worth a photo unless you’re interested in seeing me in the dirt fitting a fresh chain and sprockets to the Atlas, It had all got real bad and I can see the beginnings of a wearing mainshaft as the sprocket lock washer begins to wear its groove. 241 more words


Colombian Tugs

Two years ago, I wrote about Columbian tugs here, and alluded to reading of some new ones in Colombia here.   Here and here… 160 more words


Docker, Vagrant, Ansible : la vague Open Source déferle sur le TIAD

#TIAD, The Incredible Automation Day, la conférence de référence sur l’automatisation en France, aura lieu le 19 mars 2015 à Paris.
Evénement dédié à l’automatisation IT, The Incredible Automation Day vise à rassembler dev et ops pour créer un espace d’échanges et de discussions autour de l’innovation et l’automatisation. 337 more words