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Randall Mitchell
Works at Bottle Rocket Apps
Attended University of Texas at Arlington
Lives in Fort Worth, TX
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Am I blind??? What happened to adding people to specific circles on here? I still have circles, but now I can only figure out how to add people to "following".
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You have to hold it down for more options. 
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new word....

G-Fu

That's your Google skills Batman.
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Wine makes coding on the weekend better.
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I do like Java but at this point I'll take about as much wine as I can get.
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Finally got Android Studio to generate proper getters for Android standard "m" prefixed fields.  Note the placement of the "m" in the field name prefix.
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This year is shaping up to be awesome.
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Hey +Starbucks Coffee. Thought I'd ping you here as well as pinging you for the second time on your website feedback form. No one contacted me regarding my first attempt...

This is regarding your "Reserve" subscription. From a technical standpoint, it's been a bumpy ride.

"Starting to be very disgruntled.

Second attempt to contact you. Please respond before I have to place a stop payment on my subscription service. My password stopped working. Your site won't send me email resets when I give it my email address. You randomly doubled my subscription. I can't cancel either the original or the doubled subscription. I still get the advertisements. I stopped receiving shipment notifications.

Please respond."
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Running aground on an iceberg defect today.
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+Big Android BBQ Any app this year?
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Yeehaw!!! #babbq
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http://mashable.com/2015/08/02/google-plus-history

Overall, an interesting read with some good points.  I can't help but feel the article is a little biased.  Some assertions were made that didn't add up to me.  The overall tone was that Google lost everything and gained nothing.  It did make me think, so kudos there.

Here are a few thoughts I have spawned from this article - some of which I've already been carrying.

At the end of the day, the lessons learned from the Google+ experiment will probably have a positive benefit for the company for years untold.  We've already seen a significant and positive shift via the last Google I/O.  Google rediscovered itself through this process and is now tightly focused on it's overarching goal: making data useful to the world.  It was actually refreshing to see.

+Google gained, through +Google+, direct and immediate access to a usefully large number of it's consumers, developers, and enthusiasts.  There is now an entire social product used by these individuals, and accessible to Google for interaction and analysis. That' kinda huge.  I think no other company has such a meaningful connection - it's kind of a Brand managers wet dream.

I'm not sure how many employees Google is losing to Facebook - especially given that no sources were sited by +Seth Fiegerman sited no sources for this data.  A quick Google search returned no hits younger than about four years.  My guess is that things like this tend to correct over time and Google will continue to find some of the greatest minds in the industry to keep it moving forward.  People go towards things they want to do in this industry.  Google has a lot of cool things to do that specialists will continue to be driven towards.
Create a social network or risk everything. That was the original pitch for Google's Facebook rival, Google+, a refrain hammered over and over by the social network's chief arch...
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I think google plus was nothing more than human input for machine learning..
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Education
  • University of Texas at Arlington
    Computer Science, 2011 - 2012
    I went to UTA to seek a degree in software development. While at UTA, I was a member of the mobile development group SAAMD. During me second year at college, I landed a part time position at Bottle Rocket - one of the nations premier mobile development houses. I left school early when I was offered a full time position with Bottle Rocket.
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  • Ravensburger Puzzle
  • God of Light
  • Pocket Mortys
  • MUJO
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Android App Developer
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I've been build computers, doing IT/IS support, and learning how to program since the late nineties.
Employment
  • Bottle Rocket Apps
    Android Developer, 2012 - present
    I started at Bottle Rocket as a developer on the Starwood Preferred Guest App. After that app delivered, I assisted with the Food Network In The Kitchen app and quickly moved to AWE. AWE is a solution for delivery of television everywhere applications to market. While on AWE, I was primary developer for a series of five applications for Scripps Network Interactive. These apps include Watch Travel Channel, Watch Food Network, HGTV Watch, DIY Watch, and Watch Cooking Channel. After delivery of the Scripps brands, I became the lead implementation engineer for AWE Android - a position I continue to hold. We have delivered apps for USA, Telemundo, and NBC under my watch. There are also several more applications that will be entering the market in the near future.
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Fort Worth, TX
Be weary of reviews. Almost all 5 star reviews are from people that have only reviewed the place in question. When you see this, it is usually an indication that a service is being paid to create bogus reviews for the given location. Should you be considering receiving medical care from a place with low integrity?
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26000 for a 2012 Tacoma? Clearly an artificially high number used to steer me to something newer. Very low integrity sales department. Basically stood up, let them know what I felt, thanked them, and walked out.
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reviewed a month ago
Hotdogs are gone. This is a quick serve Asian bowl style restaurant. The Korean BBQ and teriyaki style tofu dishes were both on point. I topped my tofu with sauce #5 (kochujan). Delish.
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reviewed 2 months ago
Never had a soy white mocha that was bitter and half foam before. Don't even want to drink it. They are usually like candy.
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Korean as good as what you can get closer to Dallas and in a cleaner restaurant with friendlier staff.
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It is like a culinary experience frozen in time. Fortunately, the time was a good one and they followed the formula to a tee. Simple like the old Italian American resaurant you could always find in that small American town. They even have the spumoni.
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reviewed 5 months ago
The place was relaxing, despite the borderline overdux. Marsala mushrooms (just a bowl of mushrooms and sauce) was simply a fantastic blend of wine, oil, fresh herbs, and savor. Egg parm sub was nice with muted flavors from the sauce, cheese, bread, and fry. Honestly, I prefer mine greasier with a crisper bread. But good for what it was. I wish the rolls had a bit more flavor, but a little cheese and butter helped.
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