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James Jensen
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Attended University of Utah
Lives in Taylorsville, UT
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I'm sure Thomson Reuters didn't mean this to be seen as a Venn diagram, but once you see it, you can't unsee it.
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I'd love to hear other people's thoughts about this. 
My wife, Adrienne, and I are long-time supporters of unconditional cash giving. From handing $5 to a homeless person on the street in…
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We watched a really good documentary about this - I can't remember if it was on Netflix or YouTube. I think there also may be a Freakonomics podcast or two about it.
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When something happens at this scale, you know your company has a culture problem.
Wells Fargo said on Thursday it fired 5,300 employees for creating ghost accounts over the past five years without the knowledge of customers. Regulators allege millions of these bank and credit card accounts were opened.
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Okay, that's a pretty neat idea!
With a little bit of 'Mario Kart' genetically spliced in.
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Bruh, he be mo dan dat one.
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SpitScript: A rap vocabulary that transpiles to JavaScript.

https://github.com/isaaclyman/SpitScript
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I enjoyed Google's translation of your comment, James. :) "Bruh, hey be mo than one" is way more intelligible to me than "Bruh, he be mo dan dat one."
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My +HP printer is telling me it cannot print a black-and-white print job because the color cartridges are out of ink. The color cartridges are out of ink because the printer likes to clean them out on a regular basis regardless of whether they get used.

For the first time in my life, I am seriously considering looking for another brand. HP has always had great quality, long-lasting printers, but if they're going to pull this kind of nonsense just to sell more ink, I'm through with 'em. Anybody have a printer they'd like to suggest I look at?
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That's a good point. I used an HP 1020 for many years. It served me well, and the hardware was still working like a champ, but it was getting less and less driver support with each new version of Windows. I finally gave it up for this all-in-one machine, which I like overall, but the way it uses ink is just ludicrous.
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So far one judge has said Bitcoin isn't money and one has said it is. I think the legislature might have to start clarifying things before too long.
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Looks like DevFestFam registration is open. It'll be on November 12th. I've gone with my family every year so far, and it's been a great experience. Activities to interest kids and grown-ups of all ages. Great give-aways. Fun people.
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“The education community is still resistant to this message... There's a general belief that kids who have advantages, cognitive or otherwise, shouldn't be given extra encouragement; that we should focus more on lower-performing kids.”
A long-running investigation of exceptional children reveals what it takes to produce the scientists who will lead the 21st century
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Lol. An overzealous IP policy meets faulty programming.
Film studio Warner Brothers asks Google to remove its own website from search results, saying it violates copyright laws.
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After reviewing the Warner Brothers report, Google decided not to remove links to Amazon, IMDB and Sky Cinema from its results. :)
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Introduction
I am a web developer in the Salt Lake City area, a proud husband and father, and a Latter-day Saint.

I moderate the Salt Lake City Developers Google+ Community, and I have a strong reputation on StackOverflow.
Education
  • University of Utah
    Computer Science, 2001 - 2005
  • Brighton High School
    1998 - 2001
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Gender
Male
Other names
j2jensen
Work
Occupation
Software Engineer
Skills
Ninja, Software Development
Employment
  • Health Catalyst
    Senior Software Engineer, 2016 - present
  • Aviacode
    Senior Software Developer, 2015 - 2016
  • Truenorthlogic
    Software Engineer/Architect, 2007 - 2015
  • GE Healthcare
    present
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Currently
Taylorsville, UT
Previously
West Valley City, UT - Midvale, UT - Murray, UT - Draper, UT - Sandy, UT - Salt Lake City, UT - Limoges, France - Mantes-la-Jolie, France - Caen, France - Versailles, France - Nogent-sur-Marne, France
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I just brought our van in for a recall on the cable holding the spare tire in place. We had an appointment, and I wouldn't think it would be a complicated procedure, but I was told to expect it to take 2 1/2 hours. The shuttle has to go downtown to drop off somebody else before they can take me home. And the shuttle service is one-way, so unless the shuttle driver happens to not be busy I'll have to figure out a way to get myself back here when they've finished. I wish someone had told my wife what to expect when she called for the appointment so we could plan our day around this. We totally expected it to be a quick fix. Disappointing. At least the waiting area is clean and comfortable. **Update**: four and a half hours after dropping off our van, I hadn't heard a thing, so I finally called, and was told that their internet access had gone down and they weren't able to authorize the recall with Toyota earlier, so now it'll be another two hours. I'm downgrading this review to one star. This is ridiculous on so many levels.
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When my son wanted to take karate, I spent some time looking around before finding Pursuit of Mastery. Not only were they cheaper than the other places we checked out, but the positive energy of this place is amazing. They've clearly got their act together, with some phenomenal instructors and a well-thought-out curriculum. The facilities and decor help to flesh out the professional feel. I liked what I saw so much that I decided to start taking classes here too. Now, almost a year later, I'm still super impressed with the quality and range of instruction. The instructors encourage a positive learning environment that inspires all the students to work together to become their best. I only regret that my busy life only lets me go here twice a week.
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