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Andrew Quebe
Android/Web Developer | Freshman at IVC | Passionate about everything Tech | Occasional Photographer
Android/Web Developer | Freshman at IVC | Passionate about everything Tech | Occasional Photographer

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A note about Tundra
There's been a lack of posts recently, and there's a good reason behind it. Allow me to explain.

In order for me to make Tundra a subscription based service, and collect money from said subscriptions, I have to form a business. Aka, a startup. This process takes a while and requires a wide range of things that I'm a little short on right now.

One of which is time. Currently, I work part time and go to school full time, so I don't have much extra. When I do, it's spent with family and friends.

Tundra is still going to be a thing, but right now, I'm trying to get some ideas together. AMQTech was going to be the name I'd use for the business, but it's too generic and not very unique.

I'm in the process of making a new identity to put Tundra under, and this identity is going to be the face of everything that I will be making in the future (websites, android apps, etc). As such, I'm going to go about this slowly and carefully so as to not mess anything up.

The main thing I'm struggling with right now is a name for my company. If anyone has any suggestions, feel free to let me know. Until I form this company, I cannot accept payment through Tundra just yet.

To combat this, I might just release the free version of Tundra to let people start using it and get the feel for it. Then once the demand (assuming it goes up) for it expands, I'll be ready with the whole company thing.

Apologies for the long post, but I wanted to let everyone know that Tundra is not dead, and in fact, is quite far from that. 

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Sometimes I visit Stackoverflow and learn something I never needed to know...

Windows 10 needs to die in a hole.

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Velociraptor 1.5.0 Released!
Google Maps has been slowly adding more areas to show speed limits. As such, Velociraptor now detects when the Google Maps speed limits are shown and hides itself - in other words, it will only show to compliment Google's speed limits with OpenStreetMap ones.

Other new features of this update (and 1.4.2):
• Android 7+ Quick Settings Tile for toggling Velociraptor
• Activate only in navigation in Google Maps setting
• Improve caching (Devs: I switched to saving road segment data in SQLite, using Square's SQLDelight and SQLBrite, combined with AutoValue. They're super nice - I recommend trying these libraries!)
• Increase refresh speed

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A gift from a random 3 year old!

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Monday couldn't get any better!

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This isn't creepy...

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I cannot believe there is actually a solution for this...
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