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Kapil Tundwal
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Software developer, manager, tinkerer, objectivist, father & cricket medium pacer
Software developer, manager, tinkerer, objectivist, father & cricket medium pacer

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Imagine a google glass app using this tech which can help you empathize with the person you are talking to.

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You must see this one! Immaculate and move in ready in Cherry Creek Schools! New Exterior paint, New Roof, New granite in the kitchen with stainless appliances, newer carpet and hardwood flooring...there is nothing to do here! On a quiet corner lot with no neighbor to one side. Soaring vaulted ceilings as you enter and a huge loft/office area above. The full unfinished basement is large, with multiple egress windows and plumbing in place for a bathroom...very easy to make into finished feet! The master bedroom has it own on suite bathroom and walk in closet. 2 additional kids bedrooms upstairs as well. Very functional and open layout. 2 car attached garage...this is a great home in an excellent location within the neighborhood!
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The phone is the equivalent of the web application and the mobile apps you have on your home screen(s) are the features. ... more than half of Twitter's ad revenue is coming from mobile.

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“Its better to be safe than sorry” is such a crap. You know whats better than being safe? Being AWESOME. - codinghorror

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Creator: I love the power of Unix/AJAX/C#/whatever.
Customer: I want to finish my work and go play outside.

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First, and arguably most importantly, Google drives behavior through incentives. Engineers working on important projects are, on average, rewarded more than those on less-important projects. You can choose to work on a far-fetched research-y kind of project that may never be practical to anyone, but the work will have to be a reward unto itself. If it turns out you were right and everyone else was wrong (the startup's dream), and your little project turns out to be tremendously impactful, then you'll be rewarded for it. Guaranteed.
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