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So… It’s been three years since I last updated this blog and I’m kinda missing doing so; therefore I hereby commit to resume posting, these will be the likely updates on the blog

  • Moving Out!: I’ll be migrating the blog completely, both from host and perhaps framework. Of course there will be an entry about it.
  • I may completely quit writing in Spanish: Though I like to keep it open to all audiences, writing one entry is hard and time-consuming by itself, let alone in two languages.
  • A Simple Telegram Bot: I have an abandoned Telegram Bot laying around, I will do a review of the code, simple tutorial (code + hosting) and examples.
  • Security by Example: I had the chance to review a software service with mild security and design flaws. We’ll review the case as a 101 example.
  • iPad Note Taking: I’ve been using an iPad Pro for about a year for college note-taking. I’m working on a post-process to improve the results of my notes.

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Last time I switched OS was back in ’13 when I installed Debian Wheezy on my Dell Ispiron 14R (you can read about it here). Back then I switched from Ubuntu (10.04 I think) to Debian 7. About a couple of days ago I bought a Samsung SSD, so I thought I might also test another Linux Distro. After talking to some friends I decided to give Elementary Os a try.

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This semester I took a course in Organización de Datos (Data Science) and despite of being a really exhausting course, it was by far one of the most interesting ones I had taken in my whole college years. As a part of the course, we were asked to form groups to participate in a Kaggle Competition about sentiment prediction.

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