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Jeremy Morgan
Works at Eid Passport, Inc.
Attended Pioneer Pacific College
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I saw an advertisement for dry ice claiming it cools 5 times better than wet ice. Out of curiosity I had to know if this were true, or at the very least see how much better dry ice performs. I thought I'd gather up a Raspberry Pi and some sensors and find out, using some techniques from my Hands ...
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Cool project I recently set up with a Raspberry PI 3 and a few sensors.
I saw an advertisement for dry ice claiming it cools 5 times better than wet ice. Out of curiosity I had to know if this were true, or at the very …
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Running an experiment with 5 temp sensors and a Raspberry Pi. I have two coolers, one filled with regular ice, and one with dry ice. Monitoring the cooling characteristics of both.

You can check out the results as they happen on a dashboard here --> https://io.adafruit.com/JeremyMorgan/dry-ice-vs-wet-ice
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Can you post or point me to a guide to create that dashboard, it looks like I am not smart enough to make it work (rp2 with DHT22) 
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Today we are announcing a partnership with Stack Overflow to support Stack Overflow Documentation for Microsoft developers. As part of this announcement, we are announcing that Stack Overflow Documentation content will be integrated into docs.microsoft.com API reference content in the future. Microsoft has long been a partner with
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Don't like Entity Framework? Me either. Check out the cool Dapper Magic
Full disclosure here: I don't like ORMs. If you're building an enormous enterprise project, you should absolutely use an ORM. If you have data you really care about and a complex, monstrous system using something like Entity Framework can save you a lot of frustration.
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actually we love EF and ORM in general :-) what we hate is the dramatic changes they do sometimes from release to release and breaks your code :(
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A friend will drop $1000 on the color that wins here
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Always bet on Black
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Cool experiment involving the Raspberry Pi, some sensors, Adafruit.IO, and Sparkfun!
I saw an advertisement for dry ice claiming it cools 5 times better than wet ice. Out of curiosity I had to know if this were true, or at the very …
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"This is closer to around 4 times colder."

That doesn't even make sense, particularly not in context.
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Running an experiment with 5 temp sensors and a Raspberry Pi. I have two coolers, one filled with regular ice, and one with dry ice. Monitoring the cooling characteristics of both.

You can check out the results as they happen on a dashboard here --> https://io.adafruit.com/JeremyMorgan/dry-ice-vs-wet-ice
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Kinda niche, but here's a little script I whipped up that looks for one wire sensors (Like DS18B20) and returns the status. Hope it helps someone!
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Don't like Entity Framework? Me either. Check out Dapper.
Full disclosure here: I don't like ORMs. If you're building an enormous enterprise project, you should absolutely use an ORM. If you have data you really care about and a complex, monstrous system using something like Entity Framework can save you a lot of frustration.
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Just released this new video tutorial, reading an AM2302 Sensor with a Raspberry Pi!
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Just your typical geek. My only addictions are technology, art, science, programming and green tea
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Silicon Forest Hacker / Developer and Volunteer Firefighter. I talk about Computer Science, Programming, Linux and Open Source, .Net, SEO, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Science, Math and anything else that interests me. 

Jack of all trades, master of none
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  • Pioneer Pacific College
    Computer Networking Technology, 2001 - 2004
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J.C. Jeremiah
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Software Engineer
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  • Eid Passport, Inc.
    Software Engineer, 2015 - present
  • Intel
    Software Developer, 2008 - 2013
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Hillsboro, Oregon
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Gaston, Oregon - Forest Grove, Oregon - Sacramento, CA - Vancouver, WA - Beaverton, OR - Wilsonville, OR
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Intro to Application Pools in IIS
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Critiquing Facebook’s new PHP spec | The Circle Blog
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How to set up a LEMP Server in Ubuntu 14.04
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Channeling the Exchange of Knowledge: Jeremy Morgan
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I love this place. Great service, great food. It's what you'd expect from a small town diner as far as menu items (imagine Sharis or Denny's but food that actually tastes good). It tastes home cooked and served with a smile. The Denver Omelette here is great anytime of the day!
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
This is my new "go to" place for tires in this area. No crazy high prices or high pressure sales tactics. Family owned, very nice people who do a good job. They sell cheap used or new tires. I've taken 3 vehicles there in the last year and got great service.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Delicious, amazing food. Well prepared and consistently amazing. Excellent Service.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Had a great experience here. They work hard on financing options, and getting you a great rate. They work with you to get you into the car you want.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
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I've been going to this store as long as I can remember, back when Dale was there chewing on a cigar and giving out fishing tips for the lake. While Dale may be gone his spirit isn't as the family still owns it and runs it with pride, giving people things they need at a fair price, and the person behind the counter is always friendly and courteous. I can't say enough good things about this place, and to this day when me and the family head to the lake if we need something we'll always say "let's get it at Lake Stop!" You should too. There aren't too many places like this around anymore.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Hillsboro Towing sets the standard in the area. Always fast, reasonable pricing and knowledgeable people. I'll be a customer for life.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
My first service experience with them was fantastic! Valarie was extremely friendly, communicative and professional. There were some hiccups in the process of getting parts and it was communicated to me clearly and I didn't mind at all. In the end my car got fixed exactly as requested and I haven't had a problem with the issue since. The pricing was reasonable and I feel like I got a great deal. They have earned a loyal customer!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago