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Burr Sutter
Works at Red Hat Software
Attended Auburn University Montgomery
Lives in Rolesville, NC
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Hello DevNexus 2015 March 12 2015 at 1:00 PM We have 75 minutes to get your laptop setup with Docker for building and running Java EE applications.   The good news is that you can come to the session prepared.   I made the as...
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Anybody else worried about this FCC vote on Net neutrality?
https://www.battleforthenet.com/countdown/
Every second counts. Join the Internet Countdown before it’s too late.
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I'm watching in disbelief as it has gone from being a technical issue that everyone in our circles could agree on, to being a political one divided across the usual partisan lines! 
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Copying to G+, any hardware hackers here? With limited learning time (brain bandwidth), how do you choose our #IoT hardware platforms? http://postscapes.com/internet-of-things-hardware
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How do you learn a new technology?
I love learning.  I was a curious child and became an even more curious adult.  When it comes to all sorts of enterprise-related software development, I really wish to know what a new technology or technique might bring to th...
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Anything found in the Internet maybe useless and biased :-) One interesting way to understand the bias factor is to type "technology vs " into Google and look at the options linked forum entries. 
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I thought I would publish a blog on some of more fun demonstrations over the last couple of years.  Using Leap + HTML5 Canvas + Vert.x (websockety event bus) is a lot of fun.
What follows are some of my favorite presentations/demonstrations of some very fun technology.  Leveraging technologies like HTML5 Canvas, Vert.x - a reactive async platform and Leap Motion for gesture UI.    Multi-user Pa...
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I'm tempted to give this a go :)
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My live event was canceled for tonight but I had some thoughts that I published in a blog.
My first run of the Docker Tutorial Live has been canceled for today, February 16 at TriJUG, alas, Old Man Winter has intervened and we are expecting snow & freezing rain during the TriJUG meeting time window.  And for those ...
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  • Auburn University Montgomery
    Management Information Systems, 1987 - 1991
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  • Red Hat Software
    Sr Product Manager, 2006 - present
  • BravePoint
    Chief Technologist, 1998 - 2006
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We recently moved to Wake Forest and Over the Falls has already become a "once a week" kind of place for us. Sandwiches are fantastic, burgers are great. Recently went to "Taco Tuesday" and really enjoyed it. Great value for the money.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
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There are several Chinese take out options around Heritage Wake Forest and I plan to try them all. Panda King's sesame chicken was goopy and very unappealing. The best thing that I can say about the fried rice is odd. We tried 4 different dishes, bottom line the average mall Chinese place maybe better. We threw a lot away.
Food: Poor - FairDecor: GoodService: Good
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My wife and I recently decided to take up shooting as a hobby. I haven't shot a handgun in over 20 years, nor have either one of us owned one. We ventured out to Bull's Eye on Sept 4th, after looking at several possible weapons at online sites. We found the staff to be very helpful, selection excellent and the prices comparable to what we would have paid online (we carry Droids, double checked pricing with a couple of quick searches). Since we were (still are) complete novices, we determined that the best way to get started was a test drive - they gave us a couple of similar guns from their rental counter, a brief introduction and let us blast away for about an hour. Overall it was a great experience, we have since gone back twice more to break in the guns we purchased. We have only interacted with the "weekend" staff and they have been great. One thing to keep in mind, their "sales people" are not on commission, they do not chase you around the store and during the weekends, you may need to wait your turn. We will keep going back and plan on teaching the kids something about gun safety (they had some recommendations for classes as well).
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