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Ohad Lutzky
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Happy Halloween!
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Level of WANT intensifies...
 
Looks like Moto 360 is going to retail $249 according to a Best Buy listing.

This puts it in YES PLEASE TAKE MY MONEY territory.

http://www.droid-life.com/2014/08/17/moto-360-shows-up-at-best-buy-for-249-outs-list-of-features/
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[geeks]
Sometimes, git does something unexpected while merging or rebasing. It might seem like git misunderstood a rename, but it’s far more likely that git did the “right” thing after all. Here are a couple of examples I’ve seen recently.
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[geeks] New-ish post: Git While You Sit 1 - Add --patch

Ever find yourself printf-debugging? You found the bug, but now you have printf statements all over the place. Running git diff, you get [...]
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FakeFile

I’ve recently been rewriting a mess of bash, tcsh and Python code as a Python script, and this has proven interesting to test. I’ve written a tiny Python library called fakefile to help out with it, so I can write code like this: (...)
import fakefile import unittest import mock def my_function(): with open("somefile", "w") as f: f.write("correct output") with open("existing_file", "w") as f: return f.read() class TestMyCode(unittest.TestCase): def test_my_function(self): faker = fakefile.
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Can't get my Android L AVD to start, neither ARM nor X86. So weird, as my 4.4 AVD works perfectly (especially using -qemu -enable-kvm).
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Solved by enabling "Use host GPU". Strange, it wasn't required before.
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You know you're a Google fanboy when you get super-excited about a piece of #cardboard. WANT!
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You can make your own: http://g.co/cardboard
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Part useful, part funny flow-chart diagram on how to clean up your Git mess.
... Converting to git-svn: A collection of links 14 February 2009; Howto: make your fresh Windows XP install usable 23 June 2007. View the discussion thread. My name is Justin and I make the Internet. I'm @bobthecow on Twitter. I'm also a co-founder of Presentate, which is 100% awesome.
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Your repository has files which are generated as part of your build process or as part of running your software, which you don’t want in source control. They keep showing up in git status. What to do?
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After 6 years with my previous employer, as a DevOps engineer and DevOps team leader, I’ve learned two important lessons. I wanted to get these in here before I start my new position (…as an SRE in Google Dublin, which I am very excited about!), as it’s always fun to look back after a few years and see if what I wrote is still relevant.

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Wow congrats on the new job!!
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It's silly and a waste of money and barely has any advantage over pulling the phone out, and yet I am COMPLETELY FULL OF WANT.
 
Just scanned my watch instead of my boarding pass. Yes, the flight attendant's mind was blown.

#GoogleNow #AndroidWear
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Employment
  • Google
    Site Reliability Engineer, 2014 - present
  • Undisclosed
    Engineer, 2008 - present
  • SIPL, Technion IIT
    Sysadmin, 2005 - 2008
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Dublin, Ireland
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Haifa, Israel - Montreal, Canada - Nicosia, Cyprus - Adi, Israel
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Without fog, the world would run at a really crappy framerate.
Education
  • University of Haifa
    Computer Science, 2012 - 2014
  • Technion IIT
    Computer Engineering, 2004 - 2008
  • Ort Bialik High
    High School, 2001 - 2004
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