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Ian Rose
Works at Monetology
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Lives in Decatur, GA
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Ugh. I guess chalk this up as another reason I am glad we jumped from AWS to Google Cloud. Would be nice to see Twitter clean up though...
Summary: While Google, Facebook, Apple and others made major strides for clean energy and Internet infrastructure, Amazon and AWS are lagging far behind.
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I've run into a pretty nasty problem when using CloudSQL from Go App Engine.  Anyone run into this or anything similar?
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Awesome Týr show at +Masquerade Atlanta last night.  Only wish their set could have been longer...

(and wow did the speakers crush my phone's microphone - this video sounds like garbage and this was the best sounding one I got!)
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+Ian Rose Thanks for the intro to Viking Metal! I didn't even know there were Metal subgenres! This guy has a great voice. Often times Bruce will have me listen to something he likes but it sounds like a wash of screaming to me. This was a nice change! ;-) 
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Alarmingly accurate...
If you made quiche for dinner go ahead and cut the eating slice in half. Better yet, reduce it to zero because nobody wants to eat baked vegetables mashed into pie crust. Quiche is like if eggs and salad had a baby and that b...
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Brief, cool science video.  Amazing what you can learn about things (like candles) that are so common.
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Doh - just realized that these billing reports don't include App Engine costs.  Can we please get those included?  More in general, I'd love to see App Engine treated as a first-class cloud component on par with CloudSQL, etc.
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Good news...we're consolidating billing across all of Google Cloud Platform.  This will start with new projects and then work its way to backfilling.
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  • Monetology
    Software Engineer, 2012 - present
  • Google
    Software Engineer, 2011 - 2012
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Decatur, GA
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Salinas, CA - Oakland, CA - Fairfax, VA - Middletown, DE - Cambridge, MA
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The first rule of Tautology Club, is the first rule of Tautology Club.
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  • Harvard University
    Computer Science, 2005 - 2011
  • Dartmouth College
    Computer Science, 1996 - 2000
  • Berkeley High School
    1992 - 1996
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Ian Gregory Rose
Good store and good selection of hardware and gardening items but traffic in that shopping center can be a hassle.
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Cool atmosphere, good beer/wine selection, slightly overpriced but good food. The performances are always creative and funny (where appropriate, of course).
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A hidden gem. Fun exhibits for children and a nice little outdoor nature walk. Best of all its free! However I was quite disappointed in the one (kids) planetarium show we saw.
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Had a very nice breakfast here. Good sized menu. Quirky, fun decor. Kids both enjoyed pancakes with a generous serving of good-quality fruit. I had the Mardi Gras Omelette which suffered only from a bit of unmelted cheese. Otherwise v. good.
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Great beer list and tasty food; slightly limited menu.
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A very nice find. Nothing too special in either the decor or service departments, but the food is something special. An impressively large menu, all south indian vegetarian. I am certainly no expert on South Indian cuisine, but I did visit Bangalore and Chennai last summer and I recognized a number of the dishes from Saravana Bhavan from my trip. The mixed veg curry is particularly good. Our kids (nearly 2 and 4 years old) did pretty well too - the large number of bread-like options kept them mostly satisfied (and they liked the yogurt-based dips).
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