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Selby Kendrick
Worked at Keletaire, Inc
Attended Rochester Institute of Technology
Lives in New York, New York
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Software Engineer
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  • Keletaire, Inc
    Software Developer, 2011 - 2015
  • Freelance
    Webdesign/Programming, 2007 - 2013
  • Super League Gaming
    DevOps Engineer, 2016 - 2016
  • RebelMail
    Senior Software Engineer, 2016 - present
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New York, New York
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St. Francisville, LA - Rochester, NY - Natchitoches, LA - Baker, LA - Los Angeles, CA - Baton Rouge, LA
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Hi. My name is Selby.
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Biggest achomplishment I have to my name is my Firefox extension, CacheIt!
Education
  • Rochester Institute of Technology
    Computer Engineering, 2010 - 2011
  • Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts
    High School, 2008 - 2010
  • West Feliciana High School
    High School, 2006 - 2008
  • Louisiana State University
    Software Engineering, 2011 - 2015
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Could people who have given both i3 & awesome a run for their money tell me which they prefer and why?  I have put a decent bit of time into my awesome configuration and was wondering if there are any solid reasons to start over with i3.
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so, thanks for all the feedback.  it's really appreciated. i think i'm going to try out xmonad when my new lappy gets here tomorrow =)
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Finally installed arch on my desktop =)
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My awesomewm project is coming along nicely... still having a few issues I'd like to fix.  Anyone know if it's possible to have chromium focus from a different screen when a url is clicked?  And make menubar and menus close when a mousebutton is pressed off of them? Advice would be awesome, or a link to a config that has it would be even better. =D
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I installed polkit-gnome and gnome-keyring, copied and pasted command for start polkit agent and nm-applet in my rc.lua and had to replace run-once by os.execute("nm-applet &") and it works, now !
Thank you very much +Selby Kendrick  !
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New setup using the awesome wm, derived from SETKEH's them linked in the arhc wiki #linux #archlinux  #awesomewm  
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For urxvt transparency, I use compton for compositing, and my current .Xresources looks like this.
https://github.com/selbyk/awesome/blob/master/.Xresources
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Glad to finally be rid of Kubuntu.  Funny how KDE has much less snags in a distro not dedicated to making it work smoothly.
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+Philippe Lemaire I already stated that Kubuntu uses Canonical's distro infrastructure (the same way Linux mint does) does't make Kubuntu ubuntu with kde far from it. One of the most important thing about a distro is governance. Its more important than your build system or what package you use. While the governance of ubuntu is run by canonical (who make all the decisions or what goes in and what stays out) that of Kubuntu is run by the community.. It's the reason why Kubuntu choose to stay with wayland rather than go with Mir, its the reason why Kubuntu aligns with kde rather than infuse spyways or caninical branded programs like Ubuntu one on their distro.

As stated comparing Kubuntu to arch is comparing apples to oranges. Your arch runs faster because it was tailored from ground up to your hardware. That is the archway. Kubuntu does it diiferently you have a full featured distros with many components that you hardware may never need. It's ideal for people who care less and don't have the time and patient it takes to run as arch. Heck most distros out there use the Kubuntu model from debian to opensuse to fedora and centos etc. 
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I could never be a systems administrator. Breaking things is like a nerdy high for me. Alpha developer preview for an experimental release? All. over. that. shit.  I'm sure a lot of you Archies feel the same way.
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+León Castillejos Fernández well you will still have good coders servicing the machines. and I don't want to get into the coder/art thing , but I will nevertheless : Caravaggio is not a GUI. That being said there are  much more coders than  are needed , and less networked people than the ones networked. So logic dictates that if coders have a place in economics , more people should be connected. That's why I said networking is the way to go , because the model of business needs labor for some time to come.
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Learn #Git Branching with this incredibly well thought interactive game 
A interactive Git visualization tool to educate and challenge!
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Artificial neural networks++ #cats   #google  
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Nice little place. I was passing through on my way from Los Angeles to Baton Rouge. Ordered fajitas to dine in for lunch and a quesadilla to go. Service was polite and quick. Food was excellent
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