In Venezuela women are perceived as better in math and sciences. And usually they are.
Perhaps they hold the name of their first use. In France and Spain computers are called sorters, "ordinateur" and "ordenador" respectively. In those countries they'r spread started with services like banking and accounting.
San Cristobal was isolated from the internet. But the rest of the country suffers the blocking of certain sites like NTN24. But the use of TOR and other measures is spreading.
Emission and fuel consumption standards can not be met without an ECU. That makes old carburetor or continuous injection engines almost, if not completely, Illegal.
Mission critical systems usually have a set of voting computers. Today electronics is cheap and the technology is not new. Maybe inertia prevents them of building something better. Very common in the automobile industry.
There has been a lot of protest in recent years in Venezuela for several political and labor issues. But recent protest were sparked by food scarcity, food cost and rampant criminality. Even university staff members struggle to have enough money for spending in food.
We are in year 2014, not in 2002. Those who protest now were children then. The Venezuelan government through it's agency CONATEL, has eliminated any form of criticism and criminalized reporting about murder, scarcity and economic trouble in TV either cable or broadcast. They forced cable operators to eliminate a Colombian cable channel (NTN24) because they were reporting what was happening in Venezuela. You know that the Venezuelan government is strangling free press by refusing dollars for paper purchase. And remember, legitimacy in origin is not a blank check for violating human rights consecrated in the Venezuela constitution like: right to live, free speech, right to protest and habeas corpus, among many other.
The sad part is that it was not true. Instead the money was wasted in bribes and corruption.
Yea, we are going to believe you because here in
Nothing is more politically skewed than Telesur. Telesur is essentially a Venezuelan government propaganda agency for the outside world.
Chavistas made of Venezuela their luxury feifdom. Top chavistas are a new class named "boliburguesia", a variant of kleptocracy. And elections per se mean nothing. You hold your legitimacy with your deeds and words.
In my own experience, the guy renaming the files by hand prefers that to writing the script. Most people avoid thinking at any cost.
May I copyright the F*** word for cursing and yelling?
To all the engineers working on this: you're responsible. You are doing this. You are a terrible person.
As always, engineers take the blame. This kind of comments are typical humanistic slander.
Scilab is far better and always had native 3D graphics, a GUI and a simulation engine: scicos/xcos. It atonishes me that it is systematically ignored. Is it because is french?