One of the funniest was Joaquín Sánchez, the captain of Real Betis. “We are going to kick the virus that we are going to send to his house, which is fine”, while the former player from Valencia and Barça, Gaizka Mendieta, LaLiga Ambassador, He showed his amazement at the “impressive cast of artists and athletes” that formed the event.“I want to thank the professionals who make these eternal shifts and who take care so that we are all safe and sound. We know what a show of support is -when we get applause in a stadium- And now we have to be on the other side to support them because they are giving everything, “added the former che midfielder, along the same lines as Fernando Morientes, another of the organization’s Ambassadors.Participating artists:Antonio Carmona, Antonio José, Antonio Orozco, Ainhoa Arteta, Beret, Cami, Danna Paola, Diogo Piçarra, El Arrebato, Juan Magan, Lang Lang, Lola Indigo, Lucas Vidal, Luciano Pereyra, Luis Fonsi, Manuel Carrasco, Miriam, Mon Laferte , Morat, Pablo Alborán, Pablo López, Raphael, Rosario, Sebastián Yatra, Taburete, Tini and Vanesa Martín. The macro concert ‘LaLiga Santander Fest’, Organized by LaLiga in collaboration with Banco Santander, Universal Music and the other sponsors, clubs and artists, it has been a complete success. Its objective was to raise funds to acquire medical supplies to fight the coronavirus pandemic and it has been achieved. Until 22:00 hours, 625,108,476 euros had been collected. A significant figure and that may increase as contributions can continue to be made until 2:00 pm this Sunday. For more details, visit the Laliga website.The festival has been presented by Eva González and Toni Aguilar and has had the participation of countless artists and athletes, who have tried to do their bit in these difficult times.All proceeds from this beautiful initiative will be donated through the Banco Santander Foundation to help mitigate the effects caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, buying health materials and for the #SaldremosJuntos campaign promoted by Saúl Ñíguez along with various artists and athletes to help SMEs and the self-employed affected by this health crisis.One of the first footballers to appear was the captain of the Real Madrid, Sergio Ramos, who said “there is no better place than home” to fight the disease and hoped that “football and music” will servecough days “to disconnect and have a better time”. Santi Cazorla joined the merengue defense, who assured that “among all” it will be possible to “make a huge donation”.
When local mammy-blogger Maria Rushe (S-Mum) – put together the first Bump and Beyond Baby Event in the Mount Errigal Hotel in April, she had no idea it would be such a success.However, the event proved so popular that on the very day it was taking place, people were urging her to put another on later in the year – so, with help from Rushe Fitness and Liam Porter Media, she has done just that!Bump and Beyond returns to The Mount Errigal Hotel this Sunday, October 30th and if anything it is even bigger and better than the last time. Maria was inspired to organise Bump and Beyond when she saw online posts from local mothers desperate for information and advice on a whole host of different topics.Information, entertainment and shopping are the order of the day and she’s confirmed there will be almost 50 qualified professionals, experts and services at Sunday’s amazing event.“As a parent I have realised that knowing to ask for help and knowing where to find the correct information from the right people is key. There are a huge amount of resources, services and businesses right here in Donegal that are available but we often don’t even know where to look for them.“I know I can’t give anyone the secret to being an S-Mum, but I also know that at least I can put as many information services, businesses and experts as possible into the biggest hotel in town, so people could have access to them under one roof.” Maria, who has been assisted by Lorraine Porter, a Clinical Nurse Specialist and Midwife, has put together an amazing collection of guest speakers, shopping stands and entertainment for what is certain to be a fantastic day for anyone with, or expecting children.“It is called ‘Bump and Beyond’ because it will cater for parents-to-be as well as parents and the aim is to have as wide a range of information and family resources available.Sunday’s event will include a whole host of information from Parent Hub, Parent Stop, Citizens’ Advice and The Women’s Centre and the RSA (to name but a handful).“Midwife Geraldine Hanley, shall be there to answer questions, fitness expert Emmet Rushe from Rushe Fitness will be addressing post pregnancy fitness while sleep and behaviour expert Denise Gillespie and Paediatric Occupational Therapist Bríd Dunn, who will speak on Sensory Development, will also be in attendance.”Bump and Beyond will be kept running smoothly by Orson Sterritt of North West Entertainments who returns to act as MC for a super event that has once again teamed up with the Boots Parenting Club. Children are encouraged to come in fancy dress and there will be prizes up for grabs, while the event will have its very own superheroes and princesses in the hall on day as well.Add to that, dance displays and fashion shows, Mini-Me Yoga taster classes, a kids corner and face painting and it’s easy to see why Sunday’s event, that runs from 1-5pm is already being marked in diaries all over Donegal.Admission on the day will be just €4 or a family pass for €10 while there will be fabulous free goodie bags for the first 50 mums through the door.To keep up to date about Sunday’s Bump and Beyond event check out the Facebook Page – https://www.facebook.com/SMumBumpandBeyond/?fref=tsBump and Beyond baby event is back and it’s bigger than before! was last modified: October 27th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
The lawsuit naming the Justice Department and Attorney General Loretta Lynch is a big step for Microsoft in its two-year feud with the U.S. government over customer privacy.According to the report, “Microsoft called the 1986 Electronic Communications Privacy Act unconstitutional, citing its own First Amendment free speech rights and its customers’ Fourth Amendment right to know if the government has searched or seized their property.”The law places the company under a gag order, according to the complaint. Microsoft is concerned for its customers’ trust in the company, saying that it wants to “preserve its ability to sell Internet-based services,” reported Bloomberg. The company has been battling with the government even before issues like the San Bernardino iPhone case, which Microsoft was a part of due to its support of Apple’s refusal to agree with the government’s order.As for the current issue of data gag orders, the Justice Department is reviewing the filing, said spokeswoman Emily Pierce.RoboVM to stop developmentFor those who have supported RoboVM for its two years of existence, developers may need to pay close attention to the organization’s recent announcement that it is winding down and stopping development.RoboVM wrote in a blog post that after it looked at the landscape for mobile development with Java, it decided to stop development with RoboVM.If a developer has an app developed with RoboVM, there will be no impact on the app that customers are currently shipping. If the app is currently working, it should continue, said RoboVM.Unless iOS comes out with a major change, apps created with RoboVM should continue to work. Android projects and apps can be opened and compiled in Android Studio or IntelliJ IDEA. For those that are currently developing apps with RoboVM, there are options to migrate, said RoboVM. There are tools to port to Xamarin, as well as alternative Java SDKs that target iOS.RoboVM licenses will continue until April 30, 2017. More information on the development stop can be found here. GoPro has unveiled the GoPro Developer Program as a way to support companies that want to develop a better user experience. The GoPro Developer program was debuted at a private event in San Francisco.The program has been working with developers in a variety of companies, as well as a bunch of startups.“Over the last few years we’ve been excited by the creativity and enthusiasm other brands have demonstrated when integrating GoPro into their own solutions,” said Nick Woodman, CEO and founder of GoPro. “The GoPro Developer Program is a way for us to celebrate the innovative work of our developer community and, more importantly, help enable what comes next.”The program toolkits allow developers to create seamless user experiences in three ways: mobile apps, devices, and mounts/housing. Developers can create mobile apps that connect with GoPro cameras as well as devices that connect physically with GoPro cameras.The GoPro Developer Program is launching with a companion program called Works with GoPro: a product verification and brand association program for companies to make products that work with GoPro products, according to the company.More information on the GoPro Developer Program can be found here.Space travel with Project TangoThree graduate students at San Francisco State University created Solar Simulator, a new app for Project Tango. This app lets people take a virtual walk through space so they can understand the solar system and the size of the planets.Students Jason Burmark, Moses Lee and Omar Shaikh created the app using the Unity SDK. The application lays out the solar system’s planets in their relative distances from each other. Then, it draws 3D models of the planets in their relative sizes. The app leverages Project Tango’s motion tracking API to track movements as a user is walking so he or she can better understand the planets and their distance in space, according to the Google Developers Blog.Microsoft sues the Justice Department Microsoft sued the Justice Department yesterday, claiming that it is unconstitutional for the government to stop technology companies from telling customers when federal agents have examined their data, according to a report from Bloomberg Technology.