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by CodingStrategies on March 24th, 2017
Acclaimed author Jack London wrote a short story called To Build a Fire that follows an unnamed man making his way through deep snow in Alaska on a day that is at least 50 degrees below zero. He is described as a newcomer to the Yukon and is walking to a mining camp where friends are waiting for him with a tasty meal and warm fire. The camp is a 9-hour trek through ice and snow, and the man’s only companion is a native husky. He stops once to build a fire and eat a small lunch; the dog is...
by CodingStrategies on March 17th, 2017
Although the list of approved quality measures was published in the final rule, the 2017 specifications for each measure were not published until...
by CodingStrategies on March 10th, 2017
The Princess of Amen-Ra lived and died nearly 3500 years ago. When she passed from the world of the living, she was interred in a vault at Luxor on...
by CodingStrategies on February 24th, 2017
According to various Internet postings, the average person walks past a murderer 36 times in their life. Apparently, this is considered to be a fun...
by CodingStrategies on February 17th, 2017
No matter what you do, you must have a toolbox that contains all the necessary instruments for being successful. You would expect a builder’s toolbox...