You can pursue anything

One of the first worries that hit me really hard when I became a professor was the influence I have on my students. Even if I just stand in front of my students, speechless and doing absolutely nothing, it will impact them somehow. They are there to learn not only the content listed in the syllabus but new experiences as well.

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Experiences are what matters

I started my studies in Computer Science at the Federal University of Santa Maria in 2003. I was very young and the only reason I had to study Computer Science was that I liked computers. I had no clue about what Computer Science would be, or what things I could do after graduation. I honestly had no expectations beyond improving my knowledge about computers.

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cvui 2.0.0 is out!

I am pleased to inform that version 2.0.0 of cvui is out! cvui is a simple UI lib built on top of OpenCV drawing primitives. This post is a bit overdue since the release happened in May, but better late than never.

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Jabref - reference manager for latex and bibtex

Managing references is a common and daily task of any academic. It consists of keeping track of papers you have read and how to cite them in the future. If you are involved in a little endeavor with a few papers to monitor, you are good to go with a folder where you store the PDF files and pull the citations from there.

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Scifibot - Devlog 2

This is the second update on Scifibot, my companion app for sci-fi fans. Things are finally starting to take shape, which is great and bad at the same time. It’s great because the app is coming together and I can actually see it working. The bad part is that I reached the 90% development mark, which means I have only 10% of work to go. Right?

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