God's promises are like a treasure chest when you are saved, you gained a vast wealth of spiritual riches that are now at your disposal- charles f stanley
this quote is not edicating riches as in money, fame or power, but spiritual riches. something so much valuable. God's love, endless grace, overflow of peace and joy, abundance in mercies, character renewal, mindset change, and blessings. now those are truly riches 💸 i encourage you to discover this treasure chest of HIS promises. He wants to give it to you.
#Node is like most technologies that are new to the masses, but old hat to the experienced few: it’s opaque and weird to most but completely usable for a small group.
The result is that if you’ve never worked with Node, you’re going to need to start with some pretty basic server-side #scripts .
Unfortunately, this means that if you’ve been working and playing with Node for a year or two, much of this article is going to seem #pedestrian and overly simplistic. You’ll look for things like using Node on the client, or heavy theory discussions on evented I/O and reactor patterns, and .
The reality is that while that’s all interesting — and advances Node to some pretty epic status — it’s incomprehensible to someone just getting started out.
Given that, maybe you should pass this piece on to your co-workers who don’t know Node, and then when they’re buying into Node’s usefulness, start to bring them along on the more advanced Node use cases.
#Perl is a programming language which can be used for a large variety of tasks. A typical simple use of Perl would be for extracting information from a text file and printing out a report or for converting a text file into another form.
But Perl provides a large number of tools for quite complicated problems, including #systems programming.
Programs written in Perl are called Perl #scripts , whereas the term the perl program refers to the system program named perl for executing Perl scripts. (What, confused already?) If you have used shell scripts or awk or sed or similar (#Unix ) utilities for various purposes, you will find that you can normally use Perl for those and many other purposes, and the code tends to be more compact.
And if you haven't used such utilities but have started thinking you might have need for them, then perhaps what you really need to learn is Perl instead of all kinds of futilities.
Perl is implemented as an interpreted (not compiled) language. Thus, the execution of a Perl script tends to use more #CPU time than a corresponding #C program, for instance. On the other hand, computers tend to get faster and faster, and writing something in Perl instead of C tends to save your time.
At Northern Lights Drama Theatre School we have forged strong relationships with reputable theatrical agents and casting directors to find roles for those who are seeking professional work in the industry. Abbie (10) is currently playing the title role in 'Matilda The Musical' in the West End, Harrison (10) is appearing as Benji in 'Priscilla Queen of the Desert' on board the Norwegian Epic Cruise Liner, with Ben (9) taking over the role in September 2017, Molly (10) is a regular feature role in the Motor Depot TV commercials for ITV and Joe (12) has been filming for an exciting commercial over the summer holidays. All of our classes focus on boosting confidence and self esteem whilst inspiring young people to shine. We are very proud to be training the next generation of stars. We run Acting, Musical Theatre and LAMDA Examination Classes in #Anlaby , #Barton , #Beverley , #Cottingham , #Hedon , #Hessle , #Welton and #Willerby . Classes available for 2-18yrs and we run an Adult Acting Class for 18+yrs. To book a FREE trial for September 2017 and for more information please call 01482 641690 or email email@example.com.
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2018 Sundance/Sloan Screenwriters Commissioning Grant & Fellowship Application!
Established in 2005 to support the development of screenplays with science and/or technology themes, the collaboration between Sundance Institute and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation provides two different opportunities for screenwriters through a Commissioning Grant or a Lab Fellowship. Both provide a cash award to support further development of a screenplay, opportunities to retain science advisors, and receive overall creative and strategic feedback throughout the life of the project.
The Fellowship recipient will receive the following: Attendance as a Fellow at one of the following events at our discretion: Screenwriters Lab, Screenwriting Intensive, or Creative Producing Summit.
A stipend of up to $5,000 for a science advisor.
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There's a certain group of people who are always going to dislike me and disagree with whatever I say. All the seven deadly sins are man's true nature. To be greedy. To be hateful. To have lust. Of course, you have to control them, but if you're made to feel guilty for being human, then you're going to be trapped in a never-ending sin-and-repent cycle that you can't escape from. I care about the people I know and love the most, but I also care about what the people I don't know think in the sense that I want them to think and understand me in a certain way. I don't base my life around either one, and I don't change the way I live to please either set of people, but I do care. Everything I was afraid of when I was growing up, I've become. I've taken on my nightmares, like the devil and the end of the world, and I've become those things. I may not have much or need much but If you lose who you are, what do you have?
In the end we're all Jerry Springer Show guests, really, we just haven't been on the show. #scripts
Melissa MATHISON / Steven SPIELBERG, producer. A Boy's Life [Working title for E.T. the Extra Terrestrial]. Culver City, CA: Extra-Terrestrial Productions, Inc, 1981. Shooting Script, dated August 21, 1981. Spielberg's classic film 'E.T. the Extra Terrestrial' began filming in September 1981 under the cover name 'A Boy's Life,' to prevent discovery and plagiarism of the plot. Everyone on set had to wear an ID card, and actors had to read the script behond closed doors. The film was shot mostly in chronological order, to produce as convincing an emotional development as possible. The shoot completed in 61 days, four days ahead of schedule. The title-page of this shooting script bears the same date as the front cover. Several of the leaves were updated during shooting, and are dated 8/26-9/8/81. 'E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial' was directed by Steven Spielberg, written by Melissa Mathison, produced by Spielberg and Kathleen Kennedy, and starred Henry Thomas, Drew Barrymore, Dee Wallace, Peter Coyote, and Robert McNaughton. The film won four Oscars: Best Sound, Best Effects - Visual Effects (including Carlo Rambaldi), Best Effects–Sound Effects Editing, and Best Music–Original Score (by John Williams). It was also nominated for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Writing–Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen, Best Cinematography, and Best Film Editing. #spielberg#et#ettheextraterrestrial#scripts#film#cinema