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Aejay Goehring
Works at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas City
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+Jesse Cox How I'm feeling wearing my new shirt. Got a new little buddy perving out in the background, too.
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I will spend my free time trying to whisper "ok google... open garage" into my friends' wrists when they aren't paying attention.
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I'm glad it had a happy ending.
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I'm lazy, and the only reason I ever get out of the house is to go buy the groceries that keep me alive, so I'm just going to wear jeans and a t-shirt.
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Chilled, you did not stall. You drove yourself into the ground. There is a difference, you foolish man.
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Haha. I guess it was entertaining.
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Youtube is getting a lot of hate right now, just like every other popular site who has ever made a major change. Once the hate spam dies down a bit... I think I see why we'll grow to love the new system.
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This doesn't look anything like half life 3.
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He's wearing a Firefox shirt?

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The future of trolling is yelling "OK GOOGLE" in areas crowded with Android wearers and watching them all panic as their watches and glasses try to do things for them.
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You don't have to troll anyone. Just imagine any crowded area with multiple people having Glass and Wear type devices and trying to use them at the same time: dat insane cacophony of "OK Google"s coming from all directions. :))

It would be hilarious the first couple of times. And then we would quickly realize what it is and always was, even from the conceptual phase: retarded.
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This makes me cringe. Naval Piranha was definitely my favorite boss music from that game. I would replay that boss just to listen to it. This trick makes you miss it entirely.
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But some people don't like it, and would rather skip it. Oh well.
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Instructions unclear. By "this beautiful face can be yours" do you mean you will be cutting off your own face and handing it out to your fans?
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At one point, JavaScript was just a tool on the belt. We would rely on backend programming to get us 95% there, and throw in some JavaScript development to get the user past the last few yards. As the power of the web is shifting forward toward the front end, this is no longer the case.

Workflows that have a stronger focus on front end development as a priority have become more important as this shift occurs. Old practices—where we would meticulously design our back end architecture, with no mention made of front end—are no longer effective. This becomes clear to teams who have transitioned to an agile development environment, and who see, with each passing iteration, the added (needless) difficulty in delivering the experience the customer is wanting when we fail to focus on that experience upfront.

Thanks for the talk.
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  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas City
    Web Programmer/Triage Developer, 2011 - present
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Andrew Goehring
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Programmer, gamer, lover of the social web.
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Did I ever tell you about the time I built a website using only a quarter and a wind-up flashlight?
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  • DeVry University
    Computer Information Systems, 2008 - 2011
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It is a very sad sight to see the Kansas City Cafe in such a terrible state. If you do not know, they somewhat recently got a new Chef, and lost the talent that had been creating the dishes we used to know and love. Since then, the dishes have been flavorless, overpriced, and poorly cooked. We gave it one last shot today, and sat around for thirty minutes after our sub-par meal because their system for accepting credit cards was not working. I don't care if the new Chef (Celina Tio) has been on television; her work sucks and that makes itself plain to see in any dish they currently serve. With their old talent gone, there is no reason for you to pay this location a visit. Next, please.
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Food: Poor - FairDecor: Very GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Absolutely wonderful! I've been here several times now, first suggested by a friend, and they haven't done me wrong yet! Every roll I've tried has been a pleasure, and I will continue to visit and try new orders. Definitely a recommendation.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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