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Larry Ruckman
Works at Compass Consulting
Attended Platt College-Ontario
Lives in Murrieta, CA
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If you’re running [plain] $ pod install [/plain] from terminal and you appear to be stuck at analyzing dependencies then you may need to [plain] $ pod repo remove master $ pod setup $ pod install [/plain] It appears Cocoapods has some internal issues that…
If you’re running [plain] $ pod install [/plain] from terminal and you appear to be stuck at analyzing dependencies then you may need to [plain] $ pod repo remove master $ pod setup $ pod install [/plain] It appears Cocoapods has some internal issues that will eventually mean you will need to do this. http://blog.cocoapods.org/Repairing-Our-Broken-Specs-Repository/ …
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If you find yourself having issues importing an IIF file into Quick Books try checking to see if one of your imported items has a hyphen (-) in its name. Removing the hyphen may fix the issue.
If you find yourself having issues importing an IIF file into Quick Books try checking to see if one of your imported items has a hyphen (-) in its name. Removing the hyphen may fix the issue.
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I’ve recently had the need to use GoDaddy Shared Windows Hosting for a website. In use I’ve noticed the website can load slow after periods of no one using it. Usually a simple enough solution, I just go into IIS and adjust the Application Pools Idle…
I’ve recently had the need to use GoDaddy Shared Windows Hosting for a website. In use I’ve noticed the website can load slow after periods of no one using it. Usually a simple enough solution, I just go into IIS and adjust the Application Pools Idle timeout. Well GoDaddy doesn’t give direct access to the …
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To celebrate Valentine's Day, Google is offering $6 in Google Play credit for free to all Chromecast owners, with hopes that you would put the money towards a romance comedy to help seduce your special someone. While the gesture is appreciated, you can take the $6 and spend it however you would ...
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This kind of stuff is crazy to me. Pushing the boundaries of a game and reprogramming it from within.
It's something that most players wouldn't even think is possible: playing a game in a certain way that jumps you completely to the end, without beating its final battle. But there it is, just executed in Super Mario World.
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Wow. Amazing, I'm a programmer and it doesn't make sense to me.
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I run into this one every once and awhile. A new VM get’s setup and I go to run Windows Updates. I immediately want to click the Find out more next to Get updates for other Microsoft products so that I make sure all updates are available. Doing so however…
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Recently ran into an issue where we wanted to get line numbers from exception stack traces that are being logged for a clients site. We followed all the instructions we found online but nothing got us what we wanted. We had PDBs for all our DLLs in the…
Recently ran into an issue where we wanted to get line numbers from exception stack traces that are being logged for a clients site. We followed all the instructions we found online but nothing got us what we wanted. We had PDBs for all our DLLs in the bin folder, we tried deploying a full debug version …
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"Soon, you'll finally be able to play Nintendo games on your smartphone or tablet" http://boingboing.net/2015/03/17/soon-youll-finally-be-able.html
Nintendo today announced it would partner with Japanese mobile game giant DeNA to create new games based on the company's brands.
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My company is hiring (Southern California, Ventura County)
http://ventura.craigslist.org/sof/4885160037.html
Summary: Our Senior Web Developer position is an outstanding opportunity for an individual looking to advance their skills and career in the web application development arena. This job will present...
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Was a pain in the butt and took over an hour to put together but I love it. Only $5 at bed bath and beyond. #starwars #atat
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Tried installing latest version of Lync (2013) after 2010 wont let me manage my contacts list. 2013 64-bit won't install because I have Access 32-bit installed. 32-bit won't install because I have 64-bit office components installed. I guess I'm stuck for now. Pretty much what I expected, thanks Microsoft.
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Work
Occupation
Redditor / Software Engineer
Employment
  • Compass Consulting
    Manager Software Engineering, 2012 - present
  • Compass Consulting
    Software Engineer, 2007 - 2012
  • QHL
    Software Engineer, 2006 - 2007
  • Compass Consulting
    Software Engineer, 2005 - 2006
  • KGSI
    Software Engineer, 2003 - 2006
  • Battery-Biz
    Software Engineer, 2002 - 2003
  • KSI
    Software Engineer, 2000 - 2002
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Murrieta, CA
Previously
Simi Valley, CA - Norco, CA - Corona, CA - Chino, CA
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Introduction

I've been a software engineer for 13+ years and have experience with the full life cycle of development (specifications, design, development (front-end and back-end), testing and implementation).

I'm currently the Manager of the Software Engineering department at a Technology Consulting company in Camarillo California.

I've created everything from Windows Applications, Android and iOS applications and mobile / desktop web applications.

I've worked in a wide range of industries including: consulting, accounting, automotive, mortgage, healthcare, insurance, retail (e-commerce, B2C & B2B) and government to name a few.


Specialties:

ASP, VB, .NET, ADO, XML, JavaScript, CSS, Web Services, EF, Photoshop, Illustrator, HTML, DHTML, MySQL, MSSQL, SSRS, OOP, Linq, jQuery, JQM, C#, .NET MVC, MVVM, .NET WebAPI, MSCRM, GMaps, PHP, Clipper, WordPress, Java, Objective-C, iOS and Android development.

Bragging rights
Haven't met a burrito I couldn't eat.
Education
  • Platt College-Ontario
    Graphic Design, 2000 - 2001
  • Norco High
    12th Grade, 1999
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Harry Rectum
Friendly wait staff, good food.
Public - 5 months ago
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Overpriced. Sandwich was an interesting mix of hot/cold (not good). Fries were light and fluffy, yummy.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Whether it's your first time here or your hundredth they always treat you like a regular. Yummy subs.
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It's called dirty peppers because the bathroom reeks but he food tastes good. Go on Tuesday for the .99 tacos. Yo Kevin!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Sloooooooow.
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reviewed a year ago
Good food, friendly staff and great atmosphere on the patio watching the Dodgers.
Public - a year ago
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