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Has anyone taken these classes? Are they worth the original price? Are they worth this sale?
 
Deal: Purchase the Hot Java Android Coding Bundle for just $29. 

#Android #Deals

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Taking place on the DL Deals Store, you can grab the Hot Java Android Coding Bundle, and no, it’s not a course on brewing the best coffee in town. Sorry. Priced at $29, this coding bundle features five courses, ranging in topics from Android Lollipop (and Marshmallow) development, to re-skinning games for various app stores.  …
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Had the honor last night of speaking at the Denver Mobile Developers group (http://www.meetup.com/Denver-Mobile-Development-User-Group/). Talked about getting started with Android development. I hope I did the platform and community justice!

#android   #development   #gettingstarted   #denver   #meetup  
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Everytime I see #WCW  trending I get excited for the old WWF vs WCW feuds.
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Want some Nexi?!
The Double Nexus Giveaway II, Back By Popular Demand: Win a Brand-New Nexus 6 Phone & Nexus 9 Tablet!
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I gotta give it to MS and the Pi. From the point it landed on my door until I had blinky (sample) working on it and verified was about, 20 minutes. I had done all the pre-req stuff first but regardless, this is pretty nice. 

Now, what to do, what to do....
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If you're into gaming graphics (and 3d rendering in general) check out what these guys have done for War Thunder!
 
Very soon, we will introduce a new graphical technology to the game. This technology will make the graphics in War Thunder even more realistic and beautiful. Meet Physically Based Rendering – physically correct image rendering.

More on: http://warthunder.com/en/devblog/
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50+ projects in our solution. And R# isn't completely killing things. It's a good day =-}
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Very cool, if they make it happen this could make me actually want a Surface.
 
This prototype e-ink Microsoft Surface cover looks amazing http://tnw.me/SGOBTwp
A new Surface Pro might be on the horizon, but Microsoft is busy experimenting with new ideas for unique keyboard attachments. One such concept out of the Microsoft Applied Sciences ...
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I get that it was ineffective, but the Shuttle program was dang cool!
 
NASA Shuttle Enterprise First Free Flight: August 12, 1977
After separating, the Shuttle Orbiter 101 "Enterprise" soars above the NASA 747 carrier aircraft in a powerless glide flight back to Dryden Flight Research Center (now NASA Armstrong) in Southern California during the first free flight of the Shuttle Approach and Landing Tests (ALTs) conducted on August 12, 1977. Astronauts Fred W. Haise Jr., and C. Gordon Fullerton were the crew of the "Enterprise." The ALT free flights are designed to verify Orbiter subsonic airworthiness, integrated systems operations and pilot-guided approach and landing capability and satisfying prerequisites to automatic flight control and navigation mode. 

Credit: NASA

+NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center 
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#NASA #Shuttle #Enterprise #Orbiter101 #History #Boeing747 #Boeing #Aircraft #Jet #Test #Flight #Astronauts #FredHaise #GordonFullerton #Subsonic #Approach #Landing #StarTrek #ScienceFiction #TV #Television #GeneRoddenberry #Armstrong #Dryden #Edwards #California #USA #UnitedStates #Technology #Engineering
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A lot of Windows 10 "What's New" articles have been highlighting the new 'quads' Snapping feature (http://www.howtogeek.com/198230/how-to-use-snap-assist-and-2x2-snap-on-windows-10/).

However, none that I've read mentions the new ability to snap to something other than 50/50!

Do this:

1. Snap a window to the left half as you've been doing since Windows 7.
2. Adjust the WIDTH only, make it wider, about 2/3rds the total width of the screen.
3. Pick a new window and Snap it right. 
4. Shazam! That window is now about 1/3rd of the full width.

I think this is really cool, because it let's me do something that was available back in the days of the Ion WM days on linux (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ion_(window_manager)).  I can now easily setup a nice little workspace where my three main windows (and I usually bounce back and forth between 3).

#windows10   #windows10features   #snapthis  
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Best Windows 10 Feature: I can ctrl-v in Powershell now! (Ctrl-C still can't be used for copy, but I get that)
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I write code.
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.NET, HTML5, CSS, Javascript, application design
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  • ShowPitch
    Software Engineer, 2014 - present
  • ProLink Solutions
    Sr Software Engineer, 2013 - 2014
  • Ball Corp.
    Software Engineer, 2009 - 2012
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Grew up in the Springs, live in Denver now and spend my time mountain biking with the wife, playing with my dogs and creating software.
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  • Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
    Computer Science, 1998 - 2000
  • University of Colorado at Boulder
    Computer Science, 2000 - 2003
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We love this place! Best value for your money. One of our top places in old Littleton.
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I'm really going to miss this place. I grew up in the Springs and this place was a staple.
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Looking to buy what will be my first gun. Stopped here and talked to a guy for an hour. He answered all my questions and went above and beyond to try to help me get the best possible gun for me. Haven't purchased yet but they are at the top of the list for local shops when I do.
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While inexpensive my wife and I had multiple problems after just a couple short visits. A routine tooth extraction took an hour and left my wife's jaw shredded. He replaced cavities in three of my teeth and I'm likely going to need two of them redone. He set me up with a night guard and I found out later from a specialist that I shouldn't wear it every night or else I'll have more teeth problems and was never told this by Dr Redfearn. I cannot recommend this dentist to anyone.
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