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Looking great for this weekend.
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At first i thought that you were getting some shots from a quad-copter but then I realized that you were on the tower. But the you guys really need to get a quad-copter with a GoPro (you know you want one) to shot the races. You could keep it out over the lakes so that folks don't get worried.
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"How to Make Email a Powerful Part of Your Web Application" http://feedly.com/e/-n4rUPAy
Giving your customers a way to access your application from their email account is a major way to boost their activity and engagement on your website.
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"PHP News You May Have Missed – July 2014" http://feedly.com/e/SzowN8Zt
See what happened in the past couple of months in the PHP community - from name changes to new versions, there's something for everyone
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"Finally, Google Analytics App Arrives on iPhone" http://feedly.com/e/4Wo3lCLe
More than two years after coming to Android, an official Google Analytics app is finally available for the iPhone.
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I'm assuming there's already an Android app?
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"12 Essential Responsive Design Tools" http://www.sitepoint.com/12-essential-responsive-design-tools/
Richa Jain describes 12 tools you can use to improve and ease the workflow of your responsive designs.
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"CloudFlare launches new way to enforce security with Keyless SSL" http://feedly.com/e/quS0kIP1
Summary: The new technology, called Keyless SSL, is essentially an extension to the security protocol TLS that makes sure communications between websites and web browsers remain private all while making it able for companies to not have to disclose their security tokens.
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"Why The Internet Of Things Is Still Roadblocked" http://feedly.com/e/3n2SI6VY
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but I like things! gimme more things!
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"Why Is Internet Still So Slow And Expensive In The U.S.?" http://feedly.com/e/KfwWE733
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"It's Time To Bet Big On Node.js" http://feedly.com/e/XjOvkyhJ
The back-end framework is poised to shake up the development world.
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Entrepreneur, Web/App/Desktop Developer, Investor, Tech Enthusiast, PHP, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, MySQL, .NET, Amazon Cloud Architect, App Development, PhoneGap, Titanium Appcelerator, Android, BrightScript, Roku Channel Developer, Google TV Developer
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CEO/Founder of MileSplit
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I love technology, running, building businesses, family, friends, God, and politics. I am a tech enthusiast and early adopter. I enjoy creating things that make people happy, being ahead of the curve on what is coming next, throwing out the old ways and re-thinking it, and figuring out what people want before they realize they want it.
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Founded the precursor to MileSplit as a junior in high school and have grown it into an international company with millions of users. Find what you love to do and find a way to make a living doing it!
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Orlando, FL
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Sebring, FL - Lakeland, FL
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We just held our corporate retreat here and it could not have gone better! The new owners had just taken over a week before our trip. They emailed us to give us a heads up and were proactive in making sure they met all of our needs. We rented out all three houses and had use of the Reception House for all of our meetings and training. We also had them cater our breakfasts and lunches. It was so nice to walk out of our back doors and walk the few feet to the Reception Hall for our meetings. There we'd be greeted by a wedding style buffet breakfast setup in one room, formal dining for us in another, and perfect U-shape tables in our meeting room. They had the table cloths, chairs, water, projector and screen all ready for us in just amount we needed. We didn't even use the big reception room. After our meetings, it was so nice to just step to the next room and have our lunch buffet waiting ... and one of the days we were served lunch in the dining room. For a maiden voyage for the new owners, they did beyond exceptional. They'll make it every better I'm sure as they get their feet under them. Bravo and definitely recommend this to any other corporate retreats. We usually don't do the same spot again from year to year... but it might be tempting to break that rule and come back for the pure convenience and value!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Great quality and value for a largely take out place, definitely a step above of others in the genre in this area. There is some seating there as well, but it's an order at the counter style place... not waitress. Good stuff.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Located in the bottom floor courtyard of the 2180 building of the Sanlando Center office building. Very convenient for those of us working in the Sanlando Center! Courteous and friendly staff who greet you by name. I keep a running tab. :-) Food is just your normal deli subs, various snacks, and whatever their specialties of the day are.
Food: Very GoodDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Atmosphere: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Stay here every September for a cross country event. It is a brand new and very top notch hotel. In a major city you'd be paying twice this much for the quality. From the lobby to the rooms, first class at this price point. Nice restaurant/bar as well and meeting rooms, as well.
Quality: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Orlando's favorite BBQ for a reason. It is fantastic. Everything is smoked to perfection. And BBQ sauces are great. Then you got the sides.... omg. The corn is wonderful with spices and cilantro and whatever they have in it... bread pudding wow. All of it is to die for. Then they got the sweet shop to tempt you every time. Plussss they have rare craft sodas by the bottle or Cheerwine on tap! And crushed ice. The hit all the right notes. Tip: Either get there at 11:30 for an early lunch or 1:30 for a late lunch. 15 minutes earlier or later and you'll be in a line out the door.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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