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More than two dozen churches around the world have installed a facial-recognition system that monitors which members of the flock have actually shown up
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Hue. Hue. Hue. 
Since 1983, developing the free Unix style operating system GNU, so that computer users can have the freedom to share and improve the software they use.
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i chuckle :)
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The first thing they should do at design school... Before you even walk through the door... before you pick up a crayon... before you touch a computer.

They need to show you how to properly organize your design materials. If I see another PSD with "Layer 129 Copy" and "Shape 89 Copy" in it.... I swear to God. /Rant
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+Harvey Cabaguio Not that I have tried it myself, but git is only nice for code (so maybe for SVGs it'd still work), but for binary graphics I expect it to suck badly, sadly.
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+Cassidy James Blaede we had to do some UI sketching earlier we remade a dotted grid paper. 10$ at OfficeMax. If you want I can send the PDF and they can print you a bunch.
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+Alfredo Hernández oh wow, thats awesome! :D
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Thankfully Jim and Keith have called a truce. Ever since Keith ate Jim's Potato Salad at the company picnic there has been an office war raging. Who knows how long this truce will last.. So sign up for the newsletter while you can.
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+Xamarin  - I really expected better from you. You're new PDF about "Native Apps" is filled with wrong information and made up criteria simply to prop up your offerings. I mean, claiming Facebook abandoned HTML last year? That's a stretch considering Messenger.com is the exact same as the iPad Application for Messenger. Furthermore you're entire PDF is centered around "Native UI'... There's a lot more to a Native Application than just the UI. By the very definition of "Native" (see link),
Your platform isn't Native. Perhaps instead of trying to redefine the terms and use marketing speak to sell more.. You should be helpful and explain why native isn't as important as it once was?
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No conflict of interest implied... (used this account instead for nuance)
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You know you're a nerd when you're Sunday is spent assembling a build platform for Windows. Don't mind me.. Just making cool stuff. #AbstractStudio
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When developing a product or service we strive to provide good UX but no matter how good a product is, there is always something that a certain number of people will not understand. It can get to the point where a user get frustrated: "I don't know, I am stupid". It is even worse when the user looses not only a lot of time but also a lot of money; $1000+ in this case.
The problem we had with is shown on the screenshot. You open Expedia website, open "My Trips" and here is what you see: "Jun 6" written on two places, next to a Flight. I don't know about you, but I would arrive to the airport June 6th around 6PM... and miss the flight. Why? Because flight was on June 5th at 7:28PM and June 6th is arrival date. Is it obvious or does it even make sense?
3 hours on the phone and 2 service representatives and 2 tier-2 supervisors later nothing is resolved; making one feed stupid is the only thing they have accomplished.

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Wow, this is just wrong. I mean, how bad thinking model should be to not show both departure and arrival times?
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I'm quite literally shocked that QT is 250$/Mo (For Desktop), 175$/Mo (For Mobile).... 

Wow.
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Well. One more reason not to like Qt.

It is GTK+ or EFL that is "go" then.
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+Microsoft I'm kinda disappointed.... Visual Studio Code is nothing more than GitHub Atom with a better UI and some AspNet plugins? ........
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It actually uses github electron which is a nodejs container basicslly, likr node-webkit. Ant until few weeks ago was called atom shell. Probably thar explains that file
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The curb and I had a meeting of the minds at 60mph yesterday. Let's just say I'm feeling pretty froggy. #IWannaGoFast
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+greg johnson  Thanks man, me too. No one really expects these things, lol
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    Criminal Justice, 2010 - 2011
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    Lead Architect, 2009 - 2013
    Designed API's, User Interfaces, and Applications; Also designed and deployed servers.
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HORRIBLE COMPANY! I wouldn't recommend doing business with this company. Their BBB Rating speaks for itself. If that's not enough Street Unit has been banned as a Vendor from some of the best Mazda Forums such as Mazda Speed Forums and Mazda24/7. They've been banned for selling junkyard parts as well as other parts that are flawed from design. When confronted with these issues Cullen the CEO of SURE has stated it's installer error. Essentially telling people "You're holding it wrong."
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As I write this it has been 20 minutes I've stood outside the front window to the dealership and I have yet to have been even spoken too. I count 7 employees have looked at me acknowledged me and yet for 20 minutes no one has offered to show me the inside of this car. Time to go to Ford.
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Went to the store twice. Once for a stereo install second for window tint. The radio was installed broken and the tint is scratched to hell. Stay away.
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