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Jay H Yu
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After several years of trial and error, I finally have a complete RAW photography workflow in Linux that I am happy with. The applications in this workflow
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Brilliant. They should make this the default readme for the Kubernetes project!
Introducing Phippy, an intrepid little PHP app, and her journey to Kubernetes.What is this? Well, I wrote a book that explains Kubernetes. We posted a video ...
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Today in Geek History: Quake turns 20! The game released for MS-DOS in 1996. GG!
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Fuck you, Reddit app 😤😡😠
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Anyone having issue with Pebble app on CM13 nighties 20160622 (bacon)?

Getting "Unfortunately, Pebble has stopped" loop. Tried uninstall and reinstall app, still crashing.
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I have same problem with Pebble app. Since same day than you.
Delete cache of application, uninstall and reinstall app... Same same, still crashing. I've a Oneplus 2 with CM13 20160308.

I'm with this version since march and never had problems
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When will OnePlus 3 get CM13 nighties?
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I'm looking forward it ,too.
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PSA: Your Android phone can now handle two-factor authentication without any codes.

If you use two-factor auth (and you should!), this is well worth enabling.

Step 1: Go to https://myaccount.google.com/security.

Step 2: Select "2-Step Verification" and confirm your password.

Step 3: Select "Google prompt" and enroll/confirm your device.

That's it! The next time you try to sign into your Google account somewhere new, you'll automatically receive a prompt on your phone asking you to verify the sign-in. All you'll have to do is tap "Yes" in the prompt to proceed.

More security, less hassle. That's a winning combination.

(Not yet using two-factor authentication on your Google account? Go to https://www.google.com/landing/2step first to get started.)
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Occupation
Python Developer
Skills
Python, Django
Employment
  • IRESS
    Python Web Developer, 2014 - present
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    Django Developer, 2011 - 2013
  • DealsDirect.com.au
    PHP Web Developer, 2006 - 2011
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    Development Team Lead, 2013 - 2014
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This is a tribute to that awesome tagline I've forgotten
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Python, Django developer by day, something else by night
Education
  • Griffith University
    Engineering, 2002 - 2006
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