juano2310

My name is Juan Pablo Risso and I am a geek, technology Innovator, Software Engineer and Maker. I work daily in a wide variety of Business applications, Online Media and Mobile Apps. My passion is creating insanely great software. I have spearheaded the development of some really awesome software products.

My background is in both client side (iOS/Android/Web) as well as in back-end development (PHP/Java/Python) including developing for the cloud (Google Cloud Platform/Amazon CS) and measurement tools (Google Analytics/New Relic).

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March 1, 2013
Music, Technology and Imagination About the Festival The York Spring Festival is a five-day Festival focusing on new music in all of its forms, running 8th-12th May. Full details can be found on the Festival website: www.yorkspringfestival.co.uk Call for Papers This is a call for papers for a session at the University of York Department of Music May 12 2013. We invite ...
March 1, 2013
SEASAME 2013: International Workshop on Software Engineering for sAfety-critical Systems and Medical dEvices http://www.mcscert.ca/seasame/ Co-located with EUSPN-2013(http://cs-conferences.acadiau.ca/euspn-13/), Niagara Falls, Ontario, CanadaOctober 21-24, 2013 Proudly sponsored by McMaster Centre for Software Certification and IBM Canada R&D Centre This workshop provides a forum for the cutting-edge research results and practices from academia and ...
March 1, 2013
Research & Practice in Assessment is seeking submissions for its Summer issue with a special focus: MOOCs & Technology. The New York Times dubbed 2012 as The Year of the MOOC. The history of the MOOC (massive open online courses) can be traced recently back to Open Education Resources (OER) and the connectivist movement. Contributions to be evaluated by the RPA Review Board should be submitted no later than April 1st. All manuscripts submitted to Research & Practice in Assessment ...
March 1, 2013
The V CECC International Conference on Culture and Conflict “On the Eve of War” aims to examine periods that anticipate wars and conflicts from various perspectives. Before the current world crisis, which threatens a future of peace; at the dawn of the new millennium, born in the shadow of a new type of war, the war on terror; and keeping in mind the proximity of the 100th anniversary of the beginning of World War I, it is urgent to investigate (i) if there are any anticipated or ...
March 1, 2013
Touring in terms of travel, tourism or varying aspects of mobilities contribute substantially to particular conventions and rituals of consumer practices, especially with an eye towards the enactment of scripts. However, touring consumption delineates a kind of performance that is not only reproduced, but is productive and emergent in its own right. Hence, the more traditional conceptions of tourist, pilgrim, vagabond, refugee, expatriate, international student or business traveler are ...
March 1, 2013
The first ever World Happiness Report has been published recently by the United Nations, which reflects a new worldwide demand for more attention to happiness as a criterion for government policy. This also calls upon science and technology in both natural and social domains to be developed for promoting a happy and healthy lifestyle in the modern society. Therefore, research on human happiness becomes relatively important since recent developments of technologies and theories are closely ...
February 28, 2013
We would like to bring your attention to TWO edited books as follows: (1) Case Studies in Intelligent Computing – Achievements and Trends (2) Case Studies in Secure Computing – Achievements and Trends. These books would be published by CRC Press, Taylor and Francis and is anticipated to be in print by December 2013 or Early 2014 tentatively. We kindly request you to contribute chapters for these books based on your research area. The Editors:Dr.Biju Issac, Teesside ...
February 27, 2013
Throughout literary history writers have consistently been drawn to intoxication. They have used their work to ponder the temptation of intoxicants, and the altered states of perception they produce. Writers have also regularly intoxicated themselves to aid the creative process, or to escape the pressure of artistic creation and the monotony of humdrum reality. The intoxicant of choice can take many forms. It can be legal highs: cigarettes, strong coffee and alcohol favoured by the ...
February 27, 2013
We would like to bring your attention to TWO edited books as follows: (1) Case Studies in Intelligent Computing – Achievements and Trends (2) Case Studies in Secure Computing – Achievements and Trends. These books would be published by CRC Press, Taylor and Francis and is anticipated to be in print by December 2013. We kindly request you to contribute chapters for these books based on your research area. The Editors:Dr.Biju Issac, Teesside University, Middlesbrough ...
February 27, 2013
International Journal of Higher Education (IJHE) seeks to publish research articles that are original hypothetical and theoretical in its nature and that provides exploratory insights in the fields of educational theory, teaching method, instructional design, students management, case studies etc. in both undergraduate level and graduate levels. The editorial board welcomes high-quality research or review papers focusing on teaching, researching, training and applied work in the field of ...

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