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Charo Nuguid
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Java EE and Android Consultant and Trainer
Java EE and Android Consultant and Trainer

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#DIY WEEKEND! I bought a US$0.30 sushi mat, threaded a garter through it and now I have a brush holder. Next, I learned a new bookbinding technique called the secret belgian binding. Created version 1 of my #watercolor #journal.
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7/18/16
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Hi everyone! I'm figuring out the details on an idea I have and would appreciate your help by answering a few questions.

Have you ever used Zomato, PhoneBooky, or whatever similar restaurant discovery app? What do you like about them? What don't you like about them? What do you wish it also had?

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+Art Ilano​ work out for your cats! 
Here's a cat-propelled, Raspberry Pi-monitored pet exercise wheel with a web interface.

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Perfect for when you need to atone for that extra slice of cake! 

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+Western Digital have released the 314GB PiDrive, specially optimised for Raspberry Pi.

Here's a challenge to myself. Create all my training material and conduct all my training using just the #raspberrypi 2 as my main computer. That means if I need to flash the RasPi 1 a new image, I'll need to use the RasPi 2 to do that. Let's set the timer to, oh I don't know... 30 days?

Just so you know, we're talking about JEE, Android, GoLang, Docker, and LaTeX. 

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In an effort to be able to do some modicum of work on the road without having to bring my laptop, I revived my #raspberryPi2. The device now runs LaTeX on Docker. I use the Nexus 7 to ssh to the RasPi using my phone as a hotspot. The RasPi is powered by a Xiaomi 10400mAh power bank. And there's a cheap tablet keyboard. Budget willing, I'd like to buy the RasPi 7" touchscreen and a folding keyboard to replace the tablet+keyboard setup. 
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Sudden thought: What if we publish an open source schematic and code for a new generation of voting machines that anyone around the world can use and modify upon based on their needs? Wherein the system is scalable enough that it could either use the lowly Raspberry Pi for school council elections to heavy duty machines for national elections.

Feel free to express your thoughts about this matter. What problems that could arise. What solutions can be done for those problems. Don't think about stuff like "government kickbacks" and the like.
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