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Kevin Hakanson
Works at Thomson Reuters
Attended Concordia College, Moorhead
Lived in Fargo, ND
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Looks like a feature! I've got the GE 12729 and it works well with my recessed LED bulbs. I'll see if I can dig up what brand they are. What other smart stuff do you have? 
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Ends Today! Ultra-Premium Mac Bundle (~$40 w/ code MRULTRA5). 8 Mac Apps ft. ScreenFlow, Civ: Beyond Earth, etc. https://store.bgr.com/sales/ultra-premium-mac-bundle?rid=1691896
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Chromebooks aren’t the ideal Minecraft laptops, that’s for sure. There’s no web-based or Chrome app version of Minecraft, which is written in Java. But Chromebook owners aren’t completely out-of-luck if they want to play Minecraft.
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New write-up: JavaScript Application Architecture On The Road To 2015. In where I talk about composition, immutable data structures, modules, CSP channels and a few other fun topics.

https://medium.com/@addyosmani/javascript-application-architecture-on-the-road-to-2015-d8125811101b
On an architectural level, the way we craft large-scale applications in JavaScript has changed in at least one fundament…
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The videos from jqcon are now online.
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On 15 January 2015 Google extended support for JSON-LD as a means of providing structured data to the search engine.
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JavaScript Globalization. Showing 1-5 of 5 topics. regex, Steven Loomis, 11:02 AM. Libraries Grid, Rafael Xavier, 10/30/14. Introduction -- Craig Cummings, Craig Cummings, 10/24/14. Welcome, Rafael Xavier, 10/23/14. Introduction - Steven R. Loomis, Steven Loomis, 10/14/14.
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Maybe its just a poor example, but with the work required it seems it would just be easier to do an ngRepeat and generate the HTML on the fly rather than generating html server side and putting it into a variable.
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Education
  • Concordia College, Moorhead
    Computer Science; Mathematics, 1990 - 1994
  • University of St. Thomas
    Software Engineering, 2003 - 2006
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  • Thomson Reuters
    Software Architect, present
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Fargo, ND - Savage, MN
We recently completed a large basement finishing project with Roof Time, Inc. It consisted of creating a guest bedroom, office, family room, and bathroom. We have never before had such a smooth experience with any contractor (and we have worked with several over the years.) First of all, Mitch is a very good listener, and he is a very detailed thinker. He put a lot of time into meeting with us twice and putting together a very detailed proposal and bid before we ever signed a commitment to him. This effort on his part made us feel like our business was valued. Most of all, it meant that the actual project costs came in right where he said they would. There were no surprise cost increases, only some decision upgrades of our own. Mitch is an excellent project manager. He uses subcontractors who are high quality and experts in their respective areas. He schedules the project as efficiently as possible. In our case, what we thought would be an 8-12 week project took only 4 weeks from beginning to end with Mitch. Someone was here working every day. Mitch checked in on the progress several times a day. We did not have to do any communication with the subcontractors ourselves. Mitch made sure the space was cleaned and prepped for the next step all along the way. He also did some of the miscellaneous detail work himself, and he is very skilled at that as well. I do not hesitate to highly recommend Roof Time for interior remodeling/finishing work, and I will definitely call him for future projects, both inside and out. His customer service goes above and beyond.
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