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Brint Kriebel (bekit)
Works at Cyanogen, Inc.
Attended Rochester Institute of Technology
Lives in Seattle, WA
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Not bad, Seattle. Not bad at all.
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+Brint Kriebel it's gonna be pretty goddamn nice until late september now
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5 Point, after midnight.
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+Bianca Aryal - you may not want to let that thing near you... 
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Yeah, because I'm going to mistake a $15 multimeter with one from +Fluke Corporation just because it is yellow. I know Fluke by name, I know their stuff is awesome; I honestly had no idea their products are yellow.
 
SparkFun gets a crash course in the strange world of trademark law. As a result, somewhere in Los Angeles, 2,000 multimeters are meeting their abrupt demise. Read more - https://www.sparkfun.com/news/1428
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Fluke's just mad that their proprietary software is a thing of the past. That's why I got one of these.
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/pockethernet-the-swiss-army-knife-for-network-administrators
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I shouldve known you were gonna be there. I couldve photobombed it lol . 
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The Year of the Beard... When is it not?
 
So the JoCoCruiseCrazy IV was amazing. I have many feelings and memories and pictures to share, but I’m in this sad little bag of post-cruise ennui, and until I can get past it, here’s a video that the amazing Molly Lewis shot on the cruise.  
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Special report: Fuck Diane Feinstein.
 
Dianne Feinstein wants to take away reporter protection from anyone but authorized reporters. Not sure what credentials bless one to be an official reporter. But in essence, this would mean the government would have control over who can write critically about the government.
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Yup.  For a lot of reasons, but, yup.
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This reminds me of my days in Professional Services. Thankfully, I was lucky enough to have PMs on my side who listened to the experts :-)
 
this will make you laugh/cry/cringe/smile/shake your head in sympathetic disbelief.
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Agreed. I'm glad that I can be proud to be drinking (many) Guinness today. Hopefully they realize that they made the right choice in the end. Kudos to the rest for making a good call from the start.
 
Good for Samuel Adams, Heineken, and Mayor De Blasio for taking a stand.
Glad that Guinness came around, but disappointed that they didn't do it of their own accord.
Guinness, the last brewing company to remain as a sponsor, faced pressure from New York gay bars before it made the announcement. The Stonewall Inn, known as the birthplace of the modern gay civil rights movement, said it would boycott Guinness when the Irish brewer was still planning to sponsor the parade.
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Cool to hear that the lens partnership stuff is working out well. I certainly agree that navigating with glass is a fantastic experience and even less distracting than navigating with a phone.
 
So I got my +Rochester Optical gold lenses put into my +Google Glass frames. So far, I am loving them. It is a little weird, because of the curve of the glasses. But I am able to gaze up and see the glass screen really well. I also have peripheral vision when wearing glasses for the first time ever, which is strange, but awesome. I feel like I can see better particularly when driving. The placement of the glass screen means I never have to take my eyes off the road to see my navigation. All and all I am happy, and would rather navigate with glass than my phone 100% of the time. It also means the directions don't interrupt music or conversation with others. And so far I am able to listen to Google music through Bluetooth on my car stereo and hear directions on glass really well. Kudos to Google for fixing one of the earlier problems I had. Looking forward to using glass even more now that I have the amazing lenses from Rochester optical. I love that we have such a great local company to work with. They have the technology, the convenience, and the customer service. :)
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Watching from home as +Chris Soyars prints a Cid head on our 3D printer back at the +Cyanogen Inc. office. I'm really starting to like our setup.
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Senior Operations/Release Engineer @ Cyanogen, Inc. / Device Maintainer @ CyanogenMod
Employment
  • Cyanogen, Inc.
    Senior Operations/Release Engineer, 2013 - present
  • CyanogenMod
    Device Maintainer, 2011 - present
  • VMware
    Senior Member of Technical Staff - Horizon Mobile, 2011 - 2013
  • VMware
    Solutions Architect - Professional Services, 2005 - 2011
  • Erie Insurance Group
    Information Security Specialist, 2003 - 2005
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Seattle, WA
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Colorado Springs, CO - Rochester, NY - Erie, PA
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@bekit in other places.

Geek, CyanogenMod device maintainer and VMware employee.
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Was once blessed by a nun at Best Buy.
Education
  • Rochester Institute of Technology
    Applied Networking and Systems Administration, 2000 - 2004
  • Seneca High School
    1996 - 2000
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February 14
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bekit
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