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I'm a passionate and methodical software engineering student at Concordia University. I am a dedicated, goal-oriented person with leadership, time management and problem solving skills. My preferred languages revolve around Java, Javascript, Python, HTML and CSS, as well as technologies like Git, Node.js, LaTeX and jQuery. I am actively looking for an internship in software development for the Fall 2015 semester and would love to discuss how my skills can benefit your company.


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comment Are coffee's properties different enough from water's to cause increased spillage while walking?
Exactly the type of answer I was looking for. Thanks, _1.
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comment Are coffee's properties different enough from water's to cause increased spillage while walking?
I do certainly agree about the "fun paper". The actual report only concerns itself with coffee as well. Does that mean that water exhibits the exact same effect as described for coffee? Anyhow, excited to see an answer.
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comment Are coffee's properties different enough from water's to cause increased spillage while walking?
@poorsod, the article (and quote) only mentions coffee, and specifically coffee. I would imagine if the human stride has almost exactly the right frequency to drive the natural oscillations of water, among other things, they would have specified, no?
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