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Daniel Gempesaw
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Attended Georgia Institute of Technology
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Ooh! ngWebSockets module proposed/in early beta mode? Cool!

https://github.com/jeffbcross/ngSocket
 
Data Persistence in ANGULARJS 2.0. I think the ng team is taking a good direction with this.
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Whoops, just stumbled upon the AngularJS advent calendar. :)
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kyary + ghibli? excellent! :D
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+Karen Shih and I finally found our go-to sushi spot a couple exits north of us: Tokyo Sushi II [1]. My sushi came with a hello kitty :D

[1]: https://goo.gl/maps/J4ujE
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Pretty awesome to see AngularJS picking up a CoC :)
 
We've adopted a new code of conduct for +AngularJS and the rest of our open source projects and communities. Please read it and abide by it. Thanks!
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If y'all wouldn't mind reading this, I'd appreciate it. 

If you like it, it would be kind of you to share it around as well.... 
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There's a survey for QA-ers and testers over here that they hope to get running anually. Only a few pages and not very many radio buttons, it's pretty quick! I'm (weakly) signal boosting :)
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Sheesh, the Buzz Bullets D-line O love their fast breaks ! 69:00 :D
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QA Architect
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  • Sharecare
    QA Architect, 2012 - present
  • Sharecare
    Build Manager, 2011 - 2012
  • Sharecare
    QA Engineer, 2011 - 2011
  • DuPont
    Rotating Machinery Intern, 2007 - 2008
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Dan, alabrie
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emacs, ultimate, webdriver, and music. :D
Introduction
I have some hobbies like ultimate, software development (in emacs!), snowboarding, lifting heavy things and putting them down, and riding bikes. 

I work for Sharecare in Atlanta, GA :)
Education
  • Georgia Institute of Technology
    Mechanical Engineering, 2008 - 2011
  • University of Delaware
    Math and Mechanical Engineering, 2004 - 2008
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perladventures.blogspot.com

Arrays and lists and things like that are all very well, but we often need a way of going through each element sequentially to make use out

Julie Ann Horvath Describes Sexism and Intimidation Behind Her GitHub Ex...
techcrunch.com

The exit of engineer Julie Ann Horvath from programming network GitHub has sparked yet another conversation concerning women in technology a

For the Men Who Still Don't Get It
artvent.blogspot.com

The current state of feminism has occupied my mind lately, not the least because a poem I wrote 20 years ago, essentially a feminist manifes

Code of Conduct
blog.angularjs.org

Don't worry, this is not a reaction to some disaster within the Angular community. We're grateful that the Angular community is filled with

Chromium Blog: Compiling in the background for a smoother user experience
blog.chromium.org

We aim to make Chrome the fastest browser possible. One way V8 helps with this goal is by compiling JavaScript into native machine code to e

Casual Rape
www.rachelthegreat.com

Wherein I discuss casual rape and disrespect in the wake of the Delhi Gang Rape Victim's death.

Star Trek and Computer Science
blog.jessitron.com

I was a geek as a teenager. In choir, I got in trouble for reading my Star Trek book during idle time, instead of whispering to each other l

State of Testing Survey 2013
qablog.practitest.com

Brought to you by: Jump to the list of collaborators (If you have a blog or want to help - click here) A Testing Survey, WHY? Are you curiou

Compulsory Monogamy in The Hunger Games » Sociological Images
thesocietypages.org

Depending on whether she's relating to Peeta or Gale, she is either someone who takes charge, is competent in survival, and protects her par

Programming Language Checklist
colinm.org

You appear to be advocating a new: [ ] functional [ ] imperative [ ] object-oriented [ ] procedural [ ] stack-based [ ] "multi-paradigm" [ ]

Gender Discrimination in Geek Culture |
www.ayvalentine.com

This is an article my daughter (who just turned 13!) wrote for her school newspaper. It was published before a boy tried to tell her that gi

A Girl Who Codes
www.fastcompany.com

Computing has always been a boys' club. How 18-year-old Nikita Rau--and other young women like her--are finally changing that.

On strangers from Michigan
inmyspiralringnotebook.blogspot.com

She is drinking Patrón and pineapple juice. He is drinking pint-sized glasses of rum and Coke. He has tattoos on his arms and one tiny hoop

Devtools Terminal
chrome.google.com

Local terminal in your browser.

Elpy 1.2 Released
blog.jorgenschaefer.de

I’m happy to announce that I just released version 1.2 of Elpy, the Emacs Python Development Environment. You can find a list of news since

Die Like a Man: The Toxic Masculinity of Breaking Bad | Underwire | Wire...
www.wired.com

What, exactly, does it mean to be a "man"? It's a question that sits at the dark, warped heart of Breaking Bad and its anti-hero protagonist

White people
inmyspiralringnotebook.blogspot.com

[...] I've seen rain turn into snow then back to rain, and I've seen making love turn into fucking then back to making love, and no one cove

Dongle Style: What We Learned After Our One Night Stand With Chromecast ...
www.wired.com

The Google Chromecast Photo: Alex Washburn/WIRED Google's Chromecast, a little gadget that plugs into an HDMI port on the back of your TV to

Authentic Chinese dishes, and the small sampling of sushi I had was pretty good for the New Haven area. The prices are reasonable, and being fusion place means you can satisfy two cravings at once. We'll definitely be going back here to talk to Kyla and her kind and attentive staff.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Our room looked and smelled clean and there were no bed bugs. No problems with sound from the other residents or anything. Minor annoyances: the TV volume wouldn't go past 30%, and apparently some people love revving their engines at 7am and 8am over the weekends. Our window was shut but we could hear every loud annoying car as if it were in the room with us. No real complaints - if you're looking for a short stay cheap hotel, this will do for a few days.
Quality: GoodFacilities: Very goodService: Very good
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Had a non-smoking queen suite, comes with microwave and full size refrigerator and plenty of counter space. Room is pretty nice for the price. I can hear other people going into their rooms, but nothing otherwise. Desk clerk was friendly, lent me toothpaste for two nights since I forgot mine. It's very close to the highway, easily found off of I-75. I would stay here again.
Quality: ExcellentFacilities: Very goodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Reliably good Thai food, i bring all my out of town friends here. Reasonable price, a bit expensive, but a nice environment makes up for it.
Food: Very goodDecor: Very goodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Had the especial Guadalajara - chicken and Mexican rice topped with melted cheese and soft tortillas on the side. The chicken was a bit chewy and bland, but the rest of the dish more than made up for it. and less than $10. Free chips and salsa, a bit watery but the chips were nice and thick, and came out hot. My girlfriend had a chicken chimichanga: a bit too much sour cream, but otherwise quite good. The food came out very quickly. Pretty standard Mexican place. Next time I'd probably try different place since there's nothing remarkable, but I'm glad I went there. I was in the mood for Mexican and it hit the spot perfectly.
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Food: Very goodDecor: GoodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I stayed here for a weekend. It's your standard motel, nothing out of the ordinary. Reasonably cheap, but no refrigerator in my room, which was a bit of a hassle. Two of the ice machines were broken, so I just had to walk a bit farther to find the third working ice machine. The walls are very thin, so you can hear people going into their rooms, but I couldn't hear any other noises so that was good. Would come back to stay here next time I'm there. It's ticked back away from the main road so no traffic or car noise at night. Very close to downtown and the park.
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Quality: Very goodFacilities: Very goodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago