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Brian Quinlan
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Attended Simon Fraser University
Lives in Mountain View, USA
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Our local bookstore in Russia has the usual wall of Putin photos for sale.
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I did think that they should sell this one: http://dev-wordpress-storage.s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/putin-on-a-horse.jpg

But I didn't see anyone buy a photo.
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Joint ride.
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Cooking class at work.
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Follow live results as 12 US states and one territory vote on the single biggest voting day of the 2016 primary calendar
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Pavel Trick-or-Treating with his friend. Some people are over the top.
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First trip without the kids.
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In the movie "The Cube", the math genius needs to think for a few seconds to determine whether 645 is prime: http://www.qedcat.com/moviemath/cube.html
This page is part of the website. Mathematics Goes to the Movies. by Burkard Polster and Marty Ross. Cube (1997). All about using prime numbers to avoid being sliced and diced. Too much stuff. There is a whole chapter in the book dedicated to this movie.Here are just some snippets of dialogue.
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It's only obvious to people who think in base 10 (and sooner other bases).
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Pavel refueling in the office after sailing at Shoreline Lake.
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Item, Rate (#/time), Production, Consumers, Suppliers. Destroyer capsule, 0.05, 1 Assembling machine 3, You 0.05, Distractor capsule 0.20 Speed module 0.05. Distractor capsule, 0.20, 3 Assembling machine 3, Destroyer capsule 0.20, Defender capsule 0.80 Advanced circuit 0.60 ...
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Software Engineering (aka programming)
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  • Google
    Software Engineer, 2007 - present
  • Scionics Computer Innovation
    Software Engineer, 2004 - 2007
  • ActiveState
    Software Engineer, 2001 - 2002
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Mountain View, USA
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Sydney, Australia - Dublin, Ireland - Dresden, Germany - Boston, USA - Edmonton, Canada - Vancouver, Canada - Harrow, Canada
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You may know me from Vancouver, Dresden, Dublin, Sydney or San Francisco, probably doing something related to computers or SCUBA.
Introduction
I'm from Vancouver but move around a lot (even though Vancouver is awesome - if you go, make sure that you go to the potholes).

I spent 17 years being educated but I didn't really like it. It did get me a job as a Software Engineer at Google (and you should work here too!).

I do a bunch of stuff related to the Python programming language. I'm attention seeking, which is why I'm a vegetarian and like speaking at conferences.
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PADI Open Water SCUBA Instructor, Python Core Developer
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  • Simon Fraser University
    Computing Science, 1992 - 1997
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Well organized. Sometimes it off sick of baby supplies.
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Nice playground and lots of shade.
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Excellent buffet and cheap for kids.
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The beach itself is nice but there is lots of trash on the ground and some broken glass on the sand. So you have to be careful with children.
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Since tennis courts. There is a sand pit for kids and some nice play structures. There isn't a lot of shade.
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Great waterpark, sandpit, zip line and play structures. But there is almost no shade.
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Nice playground. Very dirty because of the overflowing trash cans.
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