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Research Series, Pt. 3: the Japanese-Brazilian Return Migration

Next up on the Research Series, Alexandra Pullano, our Co-Project Coordinator, explores the dimensions and impacts of migration on the community and identity of Japanese-Brazilians. 959 more words

Glendon College

Job hunter

Last week, I played Miss Photographer for the husband (no, nothing X-rated)! The husband has begun applying for jobs just to get into the routine of doing so and to be more in tune with the type of jobs he could apply for. 585 more words


Myths on Migration

This is a really-old blog post I wrote on a old site in 2010. Have reposted here as I feel it’s still relevant but never want to direct anyone back to that silly blog!  558 more words


MySQL Migrate Users and Grants to Another MySQL Database


Sometimes we need to change our database. In this case we have to migrate users and their grants to the new database server.

Here is a procedure for this issue… 174 more words


Latin-Americanization: Immigrant population rises and falls according to Spain’s economy

By Albaro X. Tutasig
Committee on U.S.-Latin American Relations (CUSLAR

A 2013 study by the National Statistics Institute revealed that Spain’s population dropped by almost 200,000 to 47.1 million, a decline driven mostly by foreigners. 661 more words

Bug Alert for April CU and Migrating Users

Just heard about a nasty little bug in the April CU from my friend Syed. He was using the SPWebApplication.MigrateUsers method to migrate accounts from one claim value to another (i.e. 104 more words

We need a German Ministry of Invitations

When I was a foreigner abroad, especially in the beginning, I remember how the best thing would always be if a local invited you home. … 436 more words