Erasmus #6: Madrid

I love Madrid. So full of people, parks, buildings, clubs, bars, churches and everything you can imagine. It offers all kinds of possibilities and so many awesome people live there. Well, maybe sometimes it seemed too big (because of the distances and all the promoters, beggars and sellers in the streets), but it’s the place where I have spent four and a half months of my life. And I love every place where I have lived and I love Madrid.
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Spanish Domains in 2013

I’m currently studying for one semester in Spain. A new country means inspiration and new interesting projects. However, all the ideas I had turned out to be not feasible enough to work on (government data mashups, learning platforms, coloquial dictionaries, vocabulary trainers, drinking games, …). Neither had I spare time for inventing applications. So I decided to use a simple technology I had originally created to detect frameworks, CMSs, javascript libraries, web servers and programming languages of Slovak domains. I have prepared statistics of Spanish domains. I hope someone (maybe you?) finds them useful.
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Erasmus #2: Synchronizing

The story continues… Just after arriving at the Madrid airport on Thursday, we were picked by a friend and set out to explore the city. We had already been theoretically prepared for loud people and parties everywhere. However, the reality extended our imagination. Full streets on thursday night, people so loud in a pub, that you can merely get a single word of what your friend is saying and the first almost sleepless night because of the noise in the street.
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