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Virtual world of salt (Part II)

Egg shells. Brian crouched down and picked half a shell up between gloved fingers.

‘Strange. Egg shells.’

Nothing replied on the radio. Just white noise.

‘You there?’ Brian continued.

Nothing. Then, ‘Yep. Just egg shells.’

‘Yeah. As far as the eye can see. Right out over those dunes. I’m going back,’ Brian said, as his boots crunched on some more shells.

‘No, wait! Stay there. Don’t move a muscle!’

Virtual world of salt (Part I)

Cold. But beyond the ridge, that will change. He tugged the collar of his thick jacket tightener around his neck. The snow storm bit in.

Katherine bit a bar of chocolate and wiped the sweat trickling down her forehead.

‘You there?’ Brian asked.

‘Yep, right beside you,’ she replied with a mouthful of chocolate.

Brian shook his head. ‘What’s the weather like for you?’


La Inteligencia Artificial que nos amenaza

                     <p>Vivimos en esa etapa de incre&iacute;bles avances tecnol&oacute;gicos en la historia de la humanidad que ya comienza a conocerse como la <strong>cuarta revoluci&oacute;n industrial</strong>. La era digital avanza a un ritmo tan vertiginoso en cualquier campo socio-laboral que ya nos resulta pr&aacute;cticamente imposible adivinar en qu&eacute; lugar estaremosdentro de muy pocos a&ntilde;os.</p>

React: List component

The camel stood still outside the whitewash building, under a searing sun. His servants brought some wooden steps to the side of the animal. Descending, I followed the bearded man through an open door.

‘I have the VR Portal here,’ I said eagerly, opening the lid of my laptop.

I had extended the React code, just as he had asked. I had built a presentational component for displaying the unordered list of outputs from a virtual world:

Cómo configurar Visual Studio Code para programar en Python

                     <p>Visual Studio Code es uno de mis editores de c&oacute;digo favoritos y lo utilizo pr&aacute;cticamente a diario para editar archivos Markdown, proyectos de Terraform y tambi&eacute;n para programar en <a href="https://geekytheory.com/curso/python-3"><strong>Python</strong></a>. Tambi&eacute;n es posible utilizar PyCharm o cualquier otro IDE, pero <strong>Visual Studio Code es r&aacute;pido, ligero y muy f&aacute;cil de utilizar</strong>.


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