Engels started playing with Linux® in 1991 and obtained his Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE), Red Hat Certified Instructor (RHCI), and Red Hat Certified Examiner (RHCX) certifications in 2002. He is in charge of Bluepoint's Total Linux®, Linux Kernel Internals®, Perl & Python Programming, and Extreme PHP curriculum and instruction development.
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Elvin Joseph Sanico was one of the best professors I was privileged to have at the UP National Institute of Physics in Diliman. His use of the continuity equation for steady one-dimensional flow to prove the "silent waters run deep" axiom was really cool!
In loving memory of CPT Mario B. Mortega Sr., USAFFE, VET (1920-2004)
Brakes Part I
Saturday, Sep 23, 2006, 8:00 PM
When we heard a loud "tug-tug-tug" as I backed the car out of the parking lot, I thought I ran over a large pebble or something. But when I went down an incline and stepped on the brakes to slow down our descent, the brakes gave out! Stopping was extremely slow, even when I pumped and pressed the pedal to the floor. There was only that "tug-tug-tug" sound that drove us crazy.

I drove in a drizzle with defective brakes for roughly 6 kilometers, relying on the engine, transmission, and God Almighty to bring my family home safely.

Looks like we'll be car-less for Phoenix's birthday party tomorrow.