10 Celebrities who became successful despite the failures

Share on Facebook Tuitéalo The contemporary of Van Gogh did not recognize his art, but he continued to paint, and he left his soul in his paintings. No publisher wanted to publish the Harry Potter book, but the writer Joanne Rowling never stopped believing that someone someday was going to like their fictional world. Success…

Doctor Ricardo Sainz Sainz de la Cuesta Abad: Prevention and key of pelvic tumors gynecological more frequent in women,

Benign Fibroids: are especially tumors of the uterus (womb) that have approximately 50% of women. Can be single or multiple and most are asymptomatic. Feed off the female hormones. Only you should try if problems occur: pain or bleeding or if you are associated with fertility problems. Treatments can be medical, surgical, or even minimally-invasive…

Warming is accelerating

Warming is accelerating. For some time, it has been warmer than the 1.5°C guardrail that the Paris Agreement promised should not be crossed. This conclusion follows from above analysis of NASA land+ocean data 1880-October 2017, adjusted by 0.59°C to cater for the rise from preindustrial and with a trend added that also indicates that the…

Finally Free Escape Is Now Open Source

Today we’re excited to announce that Escape, our cross-cloud release engineering toolkit, has been open sourced! Escape is a command line tool written in Go to help with the release engineering, life-cycle management and Continuous Delivery of software platforms and its artefacts. Managing Multiple Environments Whether it’s source code. cloud infrastructure, data or documentation; most…

Blockchain Governance: Programming Our Future

This post describes why blockchain governance design is one of the most important problems out there, its critical components, current approaches, potential future approaches, and concludes with suggestions for the community. Why Blockchain Governance Matters As with organisms, the most successful blockchains will be those that can best adapt to their environments. Assuming these systems…