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Matt Webb
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Does anyone have experience using bluetooth low energy and using +Rand Dusing BluetoothLE plugin? I'm trying to hook up my phones accelerometer data and send it to my bluetooth le device(tessel with the bluetoothle module). Here is a link to my open issue  #bluetoothle   #bluetooth   #le   #low   #energy   #tessel  

Any info/help would be greatly appreciated 
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+Randy Winch +Jake Gibbons I don't see you guys in here :P
Mr. Peruca is a Brazilian illustrator, designer and art director based in London.
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I'm going to start using that name,... Notorious B.A.L.D.y
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I'm sure I would waste $100 just by accidentally accepting the charge due to the iPhone's thumb print scanner now.
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$60 bucks a month down the tubes for me!
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Adobe Generator for Photoshop is out. See for instance what it can do in the video below. And learn how to do it in this tutorial: http://tomkrcha.com/?p=3896
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No "like" or sharing unless you see it in under 10 secs. No giving it away in the comments.
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Sweet!
 
Search for what you need

Moving fast and being efficient is an important part of getting work done. Whether you’re trying to change a font size, insert a comment, get to spell check, or align a paragraph -- it’s nice to have technology that can keep up with your train of thought!

That’s why the search box in Docs lets you take quick actions in just a few keystrokes. Visit the ‘Help’ menu or use Alt / to get to the search box, then search for what you’d like to do -- all without having to click through the menu bar. 

Check it out -- how’s it working for you?

#googledriveupdate
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+Randy Winch +Jake Gibbons +Bryan Encina Jack should just show this when talking about Flow
 
This is why you shouldn't interrupt a programmer
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Hey folks.  A number of you expressed interest in this project and I wanted to update you on its progress and its fast approaching deadline.

1) I have found a Canadian manufacturer to cast these.  This means high quality, faster turnaround times and environmentally-friendly manufacturing (100% lead free).
2) Multiple colours.  You now have a choice of bronze, copper or nickel plating.
3) Only ONE WEEK left.

The kickstarter project can be found here:
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/942839367/html5-belt-buckle

I’ve really appreciate everyones help on this - you folk are great!
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Hi everyone,

Here are some pictures of an HTML5 buckle I made.  I'm super happy with it!

I'm trying to figure out if its worth casting a few more of these for my fellow coder peeps...  Would you wear one of these?
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Pretty funny and true. This bad for those who need to send commit logs to the client :P
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This looks really nice. jQuery could take a lesson for their documentation.
 
I have difficulty following the standard JQ API (i'm slow).  I found this alternative and I like the way it is laid out... http://jqapi.com/
i hope some other novice finds it helpful. 
Alternative jQuery Documentation Browser
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Adobe CC Suite, Sublime Text, Eclipse, MS Office, PC & Mac, PHP, MySQL, XML, HTML, CSS, AJAX, JavaScript, jQuery, AnuglarJS, Phonegap, WordPress, Drupal, SEO
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  • Aten Design Group
    Front-end Developer, 2013 - present
  • The 1st Movement
    Interface Developer, 2011 - 2013
    The1stMovement(T1M) is an independent digital agency partnering with the world's strongest brands to create digital solutions that capture attention, build engagement, and demonstrate measurable results for our clients. Clients such as Cisco, Ricoh Imaging, Brewers Association, Team USA & Lexus. As a interface developer, my main responsibilities included front-end development ((D)HTML, CSS, JavaScript, integrating into Drupal, CakePHP and WordPress), PhoneGap development & website speed optimization. While working at T1M I have had the liberty to be the lead developer on projects like the Great American Beer Festival App(Launching Mid Sept.), Ricoh Imaging, Pentax Photo Gallery, Pentax Elements, the new T1M site & and many more.
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I'm a web designer/developer that eats sushi while skiing. YA BOOYYYY!
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I moved to Denver in 2005 from Champion, PA to pursue a freestyle skiing career, but was seduced away by the glamorous developer scene he found here.  In 2008 I graduated from The Art Institute of Colorado with a BA in Interactive Media Design.  Shortly thereafter I was recruited by a large digital agency to build interactive experiences for an impressive range of clients. Some of the most notable projects include work for the BBC, Discovery Channel, NBC Universal, Cisco, Lexus, Kyocera, DaVita, PENTAX and Brewers Association. Boasting skills both in design and development, I have continued to expand my expertise into mobile app development and JavaScript MVC frameworks such as AngularJS. When I'm not coding or dreaming about code, I enjoy traveling, working out, playing BF4 and building computers.
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