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Ryan Stewart
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    Developer Evangelist, 2005 - present
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Beer, Outdoors, and the web.
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Developer evangelist for Adobe. Raised in Wyoming, living in Seattle, drinking a lot of beer and trying to get outdoors with the family as much as possible.
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    Economics, 2000 - 2004
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Posted some shots I took from the Blimey That's Bitter launch at one of our (many) Ballard breweries on Friday. I'm bringing a bottle to SF in March to go head to head with Pliney the Elder.
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Hello sir help me with job am from kenya contact me through my email address hamisimuthami @yahoo.com
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I won candy on the #googlebirthday doodle! Score: 1010101101101101011010
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Just finished pushing my mini-project from Adobe's shutdown (the company was off last week). I'm moving over to a Jekyll-based blog system hosted on Github. I started the week reading Stephen Hay's book on responsive design (http://www.amazon.com/Responsive-Design-Workflow-ebook/dp/B00C5HRV7Q/ref=tmm_kin_title_0) and then took that and used Edge Reflow and Edge Code to build out a (mostly) responsive blog system using Jekyll. 

The results definitely aren't designer-pretty, but I don't pretend to be one. The benefit is that this is all static HTML which means it's easy to start playing with new stuff like SASS or CSS transitions/animations. Plus it's all hosted on Github and I get to write all of my blog posts in Markdown. Winning all around.
A blog about tools for the web, beer, code, and other random bits. by Ryan Stewart · Welcome. Welcome to the new Digital Backcountry. This new iteration is hosted on Github and uses Jekyll which is a pretty slick system for blogging that leverages static HTML and Markdown.
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Hello Ryan sweetheart this is Fred what do you do what do you do kind of job you do or do you Nair rating do you do live camera - you do like Tronics or do you do will baking your mathematics or nerve of those one of those a micrometer caliper need to do trigonometry and calculus lecture the lecture the university mass I like to know what you really do yeah my name is Fred at the Anderson GM 1992 @ gmail.com
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Hmm. Halo and Lindsey Stirling. Pretty badass combo.
 
For the Halo fans (and any +Lindsey Stirling fans who were unaware this was coming out today).

Having never played Halo, I have no idea how this arrangement compares to the actually in-game music (Halo fans, feel free to chime in with comparisons).

According to the behind-the-scenes video (linked to the medley video), the guys in the Halo suits flew in from all across the country to participate in this.  That's pretty cool.

#Halo #LindseyStirling  
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The music is great. The video is downright horrible. 
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Thought the multiple device preview in Android Studio was kind of cool. Got me thinking it would be awesome if we could do that with +Brackets /Edge Code where Live Preview works across all of those previews. 
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Interesting. I'll be by the booth later to see your finished demo. ;-)
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I didn't know this was coming!
 
At Google I/O today, Adobe announced their new Toolkit for Dart, a plugin for Flash Professional CC that allows developers to export their animations and games to Dart code and HTML5. "Adobe is delighted to announce the Too...
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That's pretty exciting, Dart is so much prettier than Javascript!
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I've been working on a new blog the past month covering all the breweries in my neighborhood. It's been fun to get back to blogging, and it's tough to go wrong with writing about beer. 
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The Sneak +Lee Brimelow put together for +Brackets at MAX. Well worth watching the entire thing!
 
Check out this video of my responsive design tool for Adobe Brackets. This is what I partially showed last week during the  #MAXSneaks .

http://www.leebrimelow.com/responsive-design-with-adobe-brackets/

Please leave me your feedback in the comments.
Thanks!
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Yeah I'm going to make a shorter video and also not record it at 3 AM.
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This is a travesty. Not because Seattle isn't getting a team, but because the NBA has been able to hold tax payers in another city hostage. This came down to the NBA owners not wanting to jeopardize the hundreds of millions they get in public subsidies from tax payers who are forced to foot the bills for the arenas.

The Hansen/Ballmer deal relied on private money for their stadium while the city of Sacramento is going to pony up on order of 200+ million dollars in public cash to keep the team there. Of course the owners and David Stern didn't want that gravy train to stop. So despite a proposal that was more money, included the highest relocation fee ever, and had an arena deal that was all set, the NBA owners voted for a shakier deal that included a major burden on the taxpayers of Sacramento. 
NBA owners have spoken: They, too, want the Sacramento Kings playing in Sacramento.
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I have an uncle in government in Sacramento who was very concerned about the Kings leaving because of the tourist dollars that would stop flowing to the city (and the related service jobs that would disappear).  Not saying it's the right decision (or isn't), but there are people who think a major sports team is worth that kind of subsidy because of the fringe benefits it brings to town.
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Help us test out the +Brackets build of Linux that Pritham Baral created!
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i'm not sure of the procedure but i have the 64 bit bracket-shell working on netrunner-os (kubuntu 12.12 spin). after extracting i copied the node-code, samples and www folders from my windows (win 7 ultimate 64 bit) install over and it just ran. i'm still using it to see what happens
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Adrocknaphobia is hanging out in a live Hangout On Air. #hangoutsonair
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