My fourth painting: Sunset flight

This is my 4th painting.
I enjoyed painting this one on 06/24/2017 at Pinot’s Palette

Sunset flight

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Mystic Moon: My third painting

This is my 3rd painting.
I enjoyed painting this one on 06/17/2017 at Pinot’s Palette

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DC Glass Seattle

I always run into incredible talent at The Pike Market in Seattle, WA.

Today I ran into David Contreras’ handmade glass products.

Make sure you visit his stand in the Pike Market and check out his Instagram page:

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Kindle edition – Batchography: The Art of Batch Files Programming

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After one month of releasing the Batchography book, this month I released the e-book Kindle edition.

The benefits of the e-book Kindle edition is that you can buy the book from many countries in just a few clicks: USA, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Japan, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Australia, India.
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In the Batchography book, you will learn about:

  • The Basic concepts of Batch file scripting
  • Data structures: Arrays, Stacks, Sets, Maps
  • Multiline, compound and conditional statements
  • Function calls and repetition control structures
  • Files and strings manipulation techniques
  • Debugging and troubleshooting tips
  • Coding conventions and testing methodologies

Click here to see full details about the book.

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Blanton Museum of Art

During my visit to Austin, Texas, during Thanksgiving of 2015, I had a chance to visit the Blanton Museum of Art. I loved the collection and I share some of them with you.

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The Allegory of Youth

The following art piece displayed at The Blanton Museum of Art in Austin, Texas.

It is called “The Allegory of Youth”, By Domenico Piola.

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Allegory of Youth, circa 1680
By Domenico Piola — Genoa, 1627-1703
Oil on canvas
The Suida-Maning Colection, 467.1999

In its undulating rhythms, multi-colored modeling, and softly modulated light, this painting exemplifies Piola’s mature style.

This picture of a beautiful young woman and an aged winged man holding an hourglass and scythe suggests a common Baroque allegory, Time revealing Truth.
In fact, the explicit vanity of the woman, caught plaiting her hair, echoed by the mirror, and the futile gesture of the little boy as well as the frailty of the proffered flower, shift the meaning to the fleeting nature of physical beauty.


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