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nice logger lib fro android:

https://github.com/orhanobut/logger
Simple, pretty and powerful logger for android
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+Thrash Cardiom​ heheheh it start almost like it was going expand to something philosophical then bam hehe but circle bro and +Rich Fisher​ add me too

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+Tha PHLASH you gonna make it to the Big Android Meat and Greet? Its right in my back yard, so I can't possibly not go. haha
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+Mitch Miller yeah... too bad tho... :)
 
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We love everything Google here at The Gooru, and what’s more Google than the all-new Chromebook Pixel?!?! The New Chromebook Pixel has a ton of increased specs over the first version, with 8GM of RAM, i5-5200U Processor, and the brand-new USB Type-C charger. We were lucky enough to have the new Pixel given to us, but we really want to give it away to our audience as a thank you!
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This heating story about the Snapdragon 810 starts to annoy me. I don't have any device with the chip nor plan to in the near future (unless the next Nexus has one), so I don't have my own real life data, but theres a small factor that no one has taken in consideration (which lends me to think that either a: most reviewers/opinion makers have no idea about this 810 applications processor architecture, or b: they don't care so they judge only based on how hot/cold the devices feel in their hands.

Saying a device heats or not goes way beyond fucking hand feeling. And, these stupid thermal shots showing the M9 heating a couple weeks ago and made users go crazy, failed to explain that current gen apps processor go easy up to 70-80°C without any problem before they really need to throttle down. And lets not talk about the LG Flex 2, because LG is the worse fucking OEM regarding heat on devices and its the only OEM that throttles the cpu/gpu based on the battery temp which shows how fucked up their battery technology is.

Said this, I strongly suggest reviewers and opinion makers to read about multi-cluster cpu architecture, cortex-a53 and a57, the newish HMP task scheduler and the whole wrapper than Qualcomm built into sched subsystem on the Kernel. The key to understand how these 810 behave and if they are really overheating or just being plain forgiving about how tasks get migrated from cluster to cluster and how cpufreq deals with it.

All devices throttle, heck even Desktop cpus throttle, how do you think your stock fan is enough to cool your cpu during very high stress work periods? The new MacBook with the fanless design will throttle hard to prevent extreme heating, the 14nm process isn't milagrous.

Why Samsung probably got the whole heat/performance right with the S6? Maybe because they have a lot more experience with multi-cluster designs than most of the OEMs (other than ARM ofc, but they are just building the cores design) - so it doesn't surprise me one bit that this Exynos 7 might be more balanced about how it deals with task placement to balance heat and performance.

Just my opinion about this whole fuckfest. Read the tech specs before pulling shit out of your arses.

Feel free to disagree or correct me if I'm wrong.
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Deciding which Image Loader Library to use on your android app project? Check this out. My article about Picasso-competitor Glide, an Image Loader Library recommended by Google. =)
In the passed Google Developer Summit Thailand, Google introduced us an Image Loader Library for Android developed by bumptech named Glide as a library that recommended by Google. It has been use
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Only geeks would laugh at this..I laughed out loud.
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Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for Windows 7 and Windows 8 users this summer, but Microsoft is also extending its offer to software pirates. "We are upgrading all qualified PCs, genuine and...
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It is a trap. Do not use Windows.

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While at Stonehenge yesterday I decided to send a message to the cosmos. #GYATM (Photo by James O.Davies)
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B.S. in Computer Science from Missouri S&T, Formerly UMR
New Android Rom Developer
Android Application Developer
Co-Creator of Black and White
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I make cool stuff.
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Android, Rails, Java, Google-Fu
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  • Curb
    Software Engineer, 2014 - present
    Professional Android Brogrammer.
  • Missouri University of Science and Technology
    Application Development, 2013 - 2014
  • Express Scripts
    Project Management Intern, 2013 - 2013
  • Missouri S&T Web Support
    I do stuff, 2011 - 2013
  • Streamline Logix
    Application Developer, 2011 - 2013
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This place has pretty good customer service, but if you want excellent customer service work with Brandon. He was extremely knowledgeable and courteous. Also, I liked that he didn't try to pressure you into buying anything. He gave his opinion, but didn't overly hype up anything.
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I took my vehicle (2009 Malibu) in for a checkup and they told me that the front two tires and the rear brakes / rotors needed to be replaced. The brakes had just been replaced a little less than a year ago, but I went ahead and had the work done as I do alot of driving in the mountains. A day after getting my car back I heard a thumping noise as I was driving down the highway which was followed by what I can only describe as a loud clank upon stopping at a stop sign right after exiting the highway. It was at that same time that somebody pulled up next to me an notified me that my brakes were on fire. If you're thinking that it was my parking break, unfortunately you would be wrong. I called the Ourisman and it only took them the whole weekend to get the towing company to bring my vehicle in. This morning they called me and told me that their body shop would begin working on my vehicle. I notified them that I didn't need any body work and explained the actual situation to them. Apparently they had somehow forgot about this whole situation. They assured me that they would get it to the correct department and begin working to fix the problem. I have yet to hear anything else today from them, so I will update upon receiving my car. I will definitely be taking my car to another dealership afterwards to make sure everything is alright. This is the last time Ourisman will get my business.
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