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Diego Luces
I do stuff for the web
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Pork chop with rice! Probably the best food in #Edmonton

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Meteor is an open-source platform for building top-quality web apps in a fraction of the time, whether you're an expert developer or just getting started.

This project looks really interesting. Adding it to my list of things to try out!

#webdev   #meteor   #nodejs  

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This looks pretty interesting!

#php   #symfony2   #webdev  

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The view to the east from the High Level Bridge. And the Legislature Building at night (the 100 there is to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Edmonton as known now--in 1912 the cities of Edmonton and Strathcona merged).
#Edmonton   #Canada  
22 September 2012 (2 photos)
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Wohoo :D

Pip pip, ladies and gentlemen. The wait is over!. I'm now available at . I'm also told there are docs and videos available showing you how to use me. Hooray!

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America is not the greatest country in the world anymore
Watch this scene from The Newsroom, a new HBO series.
Also, here's the transcript of most of the video:
Is USA greatest? Something to think about as political conventions open

There is a lot of political posturing on both sides right now in America, as I watch Facebook, Google+, and Twitter, thanks to the political conventions, that start tonight. Instead of giving you more of that, on either side, this video clip from the TV Series, +The Newsroom, resonated with me big time. Reminded me that I need to add the Newsroom to my DVR and catch up with the rest of you.

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Updates To Developing Backbone.js Applications

This week, I've started work again on my Backbone.js book, adding new sections on:

* Backbone Boilerplate and Grunt BBB
* Practical: Todos - Writing Your First Backbone App
* Common Problems and Solutions

and there are also updates that have been made to existing sections such as pagination, the internals and packaging with Require.js.

There's still a ton of work left to do with re-writes and expanding out the sections you guys would like to learn more about, but it's slowly getting there.
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