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Hunter Sherman
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Lives in Austin, TX
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"BTW – if there is an SEC filing about your deployment something may have gone terribly wrong"
In the first 45-minutes the market was open the faulty software deployment sent millions of child orders into the market resulting in 4 million transactions against 154 stocks for more than 397 mil...
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This week in Mountain View, Google held its first-ever developer conference for Project Ara. Developed by a small team within the company called ATAP staffed with ex-DARPA engineers and some of the...
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This crop includes companies tackling agriculture, subscription services, loyalty programs, and more.
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Austin's startup scene is overflowing with smart, creative problem solvers. Some of the city's talented entrepreneurs got their chance to shine in front of an international audience Friday at South by Southwest Interactive.
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Great startups - what a diverse group
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Do you know an O'Brien? If so please share!
 
Celebrate 1,000 Years of Clan Stories! 

Will you help us document the story of the O'Brien clan?   We are collecting stories from around the globe to celebrate our upcoming Millennial milestone in April.   All YOU have to do is click the link below to read other O'Brien stories and add your own! 

http://weeva.co/project/obrien-clan

Add a story to any (or all) of these Tapestries...

History (Yours and Ours) - Capturing the "True" history of the clan as seen through your eyes.

Craic -   Capture your most outrageous fun stories about the clan!  We wouldn't be surprised if more than a few were created at the millennial celebration itself!

Places -  Our name graces towns, cities, buildings and landmarks all over the world.  Tell us about your favorite places.  Better still, snap a picture and add it. 

Tales of (and for) Brian Boru - Stories about Ireland's Royal Family.

Faces - Does the clan have a distinctive look?   if so, come show it! Share your pictures.

Artistry - Did we produce writers?  Authors?  Dancers?  Painters? Musicians?   Surely in a thousand years, we've produced them all!  Come tell us all about your favorites!

Heroics -   Tales of O'Brien bravery, excellence and prowess

Stories will be collected, edited, and published in an heirloom book; a keepsake for you and your family.
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We all know the power of stories, but did you know that as you listen to a story your brain activity changes to align with the storyteller's?

"The team recorded the pattern of one person's brain activity as she told a vivid personal story. Then someone else listened to the story on tape, and they recorded his brain activity. The two brain patterns showed a remarkable degree of correlation. The storyteller had literally gotten in to the listener's brain and altered it in predictable ways. But more than that, she had made the listener's brain match her own. The more tightly coupled the brains became, the more the listener said that he understood the story."
Why do stories exist? Literary scholars are starting to pay attention to cognitive science and neuroscience.
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I love this. Stories are at our heart; they inform our lives.
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Business incubators have been around since the 1950s. Typically attached to universities, these entities offered a proving ground with back-office resources for fledgling entrepreneurs. Now a new breed of incubator, catering mainly to technology types, is springing up all over the country. These startup hubs offer expert mentorship, resources like office space and legal counsel, and even seed money---typically in exchange for a small amount of eq...
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  • University Of Florida
    Finance / French Language
  • University Of West Florida
    M.S. Computer Science, Software Engineering
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  • Main Street Hub
    Senior Software Engineer, 2014 - present
  • Weeva Inc.
    Technical Co-Founder, 2014 - 2014
  • BizBrag Inc.
    Chief Technology Officer, 2010 - 2014
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Austin, TX
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Baltimore, MD - Pensacola, FL - Seattle, WA - Brussels - Gainesville, FL
I'm moving out of the Grove this month after buying a house, and I'll miss the place. The two things that really make it stand out are it's dog friendly nature and the management. If you have a dog or just really like dogs then this is the place to be. It isn't a monolith on a giant concrete slab like most of the other complexes. There's lots of green space for walking your dog and a dog park for them to play in. My wife and I made a ton of friends here. The management here is awesome. They're incredibly friendly and will take care of anything provided they don't have to take it up the ladder to BH (which can be a pain). Yes it has it's downsides (older buildings) but look around at the reviews of every other complex and you'll see they all have problems. All of the new buildings in other complexes have paper thin walls, and we never heard our neighbors at the Grove. If you're looking at the Grove and have any questions feel free to shoot me a message here on Google+.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
You want every member of my party to pay $20 for one of the 50 empty seats by your pool, despite the fact that we're happily throwing down $15 a drink at your poolside bar? You threaten to tow our car from your half empty lot because we spent some time at the beach, despite us buying your mediocre overpriced entrees? All of this despite the large signs at the entrance to your lot claiming that you're "open to the public". Clearly you don't want our money.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
The food here is great, especially the breakfast specials. The coffee is fantastic, just don't order the large 'for here' size lattes unless you're a real caffeine addict.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Best insurance agency I have used. Highly recommended.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Great burgers and cheese steak barely seasoned because of the grass fed beef. The sweet potato fries were also delicious.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Alonso (sp?) is very friendly and helpful. Prices are very reasonable.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
These places are pretty much all the same. The staff WILL try to up-sell you. Ask for an oil change and you will get the "When we do an oil change we also top off all of your fluids... etc. etc." Just say 'no thanks, oil change only' and you'll be just fine. The staff is very friendly.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago