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Bogdan Zurac
Works at MobiGo Software
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Lives in Bucharest, Romania
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This latest major update should cover pretty much all use cases that have been missed in the past. If you're still missing a feature that you'll want to see inside the app, let me know!
We've added new features to MobiGo Scan. Some bugs have been fixed as well.
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Added to backlog. Incoming in v1.3
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Tyler was freaking LOL.
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So apparently they withdrew the native implementation and now they have an extension for this. Interesting.
Blocks domains/hosts from appearing in your Google search results.
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Buying a router that is 4 times the cost of a device which does pretty much the same thing just because of how cool it looks or how big the model number is, doesn't make you feel cool. It just makes you an idiot.

So please stawp. Now. Staawp.

LE: Just leaving this here for posterity: http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/wireless/wireless-features/32287-how-much-throughput-can-you-really-get-from-an-ac-router?start=2

So the answer to the question of how much throughput you can get from an AC router is: no more than the maximum supported by the combination of your router's class and its highest-class client. Adding more clients, even if they support the router's maximum rate, only divides the available throughput among them.
 
Oh my god. What is this thing? 
If you were wondering how Asus would respond to the challenge of Google's OnHub wireless router, wonder no longer. Forged in an off-world colony and teleported here by its own sheer power of will,...
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Cat horror stories.
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Excited to see a major in our country. Epic news.
DreamHack and PGL to host the next CS:GO Major inside the Sala Polivalentă sports arena in Cluj-Napoca with 10000 seats, featuring a 4-day stage show, and sixteen of the World's best CS:GO teams competing for $250000 in prizes. (Stockholm, Sweden - August 31, 2015) DreamHack, in partnership with ...
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LOL
 
We're getting a little logo love today too. Hope you like it! g.co/evolve
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So apparently this is working. Cool. Tried it over here but, as expected, it says the card is not eligible for Pay and need to use a Wallet Virtual Card instead. Bummer. Thought the infrastructure needs to be implemented on the payment gateways instead of the banks...
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Seems legit.
 
My reaction when I receive bug reports from bugs I've never seen before.
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Well this is completely unexpected..
 
So hawt!
Google Street View has always been a part of Google Maps on Android, even though it was technically a separate APK. Everything is changing today with the b... by Ryan Whitwam in Applications, News
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Our sense of humor is the same +Bogdan Zurac. LOL!
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Interesting price point.
 
For the many improved features, this seems to be less expensive than what the original ZenWatch launched for.
Asus announced its new ZenWatch 2 at Computex back in May, but not a lot was known about the watch's availability and pricing then. Now the company is read... by Rita El Khoury in Android Wear, ASUS, News, ZenWatch 2
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+Juhani Lehtimäki​ Wasn't there the same amount of bezel on the first generation as well? I hate it on both, but the good part about the +ASUS​ smartwatch is that price point. Even the first generation is at a lower price than the Moto 360 over here. Dunno why though...
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  • University of Bucharest
    Computer Science, 2010 - 2013
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I get things done. Fast.
Introduction
Hey there. I'm Bogdan, a software developer from Romania.

Back when I was a kid, I never really wanted to become a software developer. I actually hated the fact that we were forced to learn programming in high school. Funny thing is, fast forward almost 10 years and I'm loving it. I've started being interested in programming back in high school, when I tried it out on my own and watched dozens of tutorials on YouTube. I guess I partially owe my carer to a YouTuber. Wow, never actually thought about it like that till I wrote this, lol. So if you're reading this, thanks antiRTFM.

Anyhow, time went on, college started and then another pretty funny thing happened. We had a class where we had a project to develop an application. As Android was really starting to get off at that time with Froyo, I thought, hey, why not try it out. This was my initiation in software development. A shitty backgrounds downloader app of some sorts. I then went on to become an Android Developer with my first job at Sparktech Software. I've grown a hell of a lot while developing apps for their customers. After some time, I wanted more, so I moved on to start my own company, MobiGo Software. In July 2015, we've released our first big product and service, Pie Budget. Quickly after that, we've built the first Material Designed barcode scanner for Android, MobiGo Scan. Check them both out if you want to see my work in action.

If you have any questions you want to ask me, just let me know. Or contact me through Hangouts :)
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Got my first software development job while others would still pretend to learn in college. Renovated the house. Had a 4 and a half year relationship. Got a cat. Started own company. I'm getting too old for this shit...
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Android Development, Java / JavaEE Development, Software Projects Management
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  • MobiGo Software
    Lead Software Developer, 2014 - present
    I am currently responsible for building and maintaining MobiGo's own products and services. The main type of work is based on developing and publishing Android applications. For products that have a web component and/or a back end server, I support that part of the project as well. I also supervise the system architecture in order to provide a seamless experience to the end users. As part of the projects developed under MobiGo Software, Pie Budget is an Android personal finance app available on the Play Store. The project has a complex design and includes a web app and the back end server as well. MobiGo Scan is a barcode / QR code scanner made with Material Design and Mobile Vision API from Play Services. It supports the majority of code and format types available worldwide.
  • Sparktech Software
    Lead Android Software Developer, 2012 - 2014
    I was responsible for building and maintaining Android applications for Sparktech customers, as well as some internal projects. Among the applications developed, Living Torah is a video playback application with playlists and multiple rich categories. iPi is a new social network based on interests and hobbies. Aerospace Conference is the official app for the annual IEEE Aerospace Conference that takes place each March in Big Sky, Montana.
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Bucharest, Romania
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Really nice kebab at reasonable prices. Will go back when I'm in the area.
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Interesting decor and good pizza. Decent prices.
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Useful for some quick purchases. Not quite top of the line though.
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The single non-stop pharmacy in the neighborhood. Pretty good prices.
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Overall great experience. The teachers are pretty good and they will see the best in you if you actually have something to show. I would rate it probably somewhere in the top 10 high schools in Bucharest.
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Awesome furniture store.
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Pretty good teaching. Overall good quality.
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