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A Memorable Members' Meeting

The historic circuit of Goodwood hosted the 75th Members Meeting at the weekend. These meetings started back in 1948 when the 9th Duke of Richmond opened the circuit and held the first in a series of meetings for members of the British Automobile Racing Club. 872 more words


I Did It! - One Step Closer

I’ve done it!  A few days ago I successfully completed my Motorcycle Safety Course/Lessons and it’s safe to say that I’m in love with riding…  I honestly had so much fun taking this course, the in class lessons were kind of boring as you would probably guess but I did learn some stuff.   750 more words


How Do Optical Transceiver Vendors Differentiate Their Transceiver Designs?

In order to get a bigger share of the market. Transceiver vendors are challenged in how to differentiate their optical transceiver designs and give the products conform to common form factors.  517 more words


IMANA 2017

Welcome to IMANA 2017 blog

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MSA tribute to John Surtees CBE, 1934-2017

The Motor Sports Association (MSA) is deeply saddened by the news that motorsport legend John Surtees CBE has passed away aged 83. 181 more words

Circuit Racing

Microservices Archietcture(MSA) : Design & Development Approaches

In the recent past there has been flood of requests from major retailers who are using the premium ecommerce packages like Oracle ATG, IBM WCS, SAP Hybris & Magento etc to decouple the functionalities from the monolith deployment by moving the architecture approach to microservices. 2,058 more words


One on One with MSA Presidential Candidates Nathan Willett and Payton Englert

Nathan Willett and Payton Englert are running for MSA president and vice president. My 23News colleague Jacob Caviani and I  spoke to them about why they decided to run, their plan to get students involved with MSA and improving MU’s relationship with legislatures. Check out the interview here: