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Stephen Cerruti
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Attended Virginia Tech
Lives in Oceanside, CA
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Don't recommend it, sorry. Will put something together shortly on how to consume content from Scoutmaster CG on Android.
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thats neat our pack was 721
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As much as I'd love to own a +TAG Heuer​, I hope they charge even more of a premium for their smart watch. And I hope they put enough money into it so that we all have a smart watch we drool over.

The Moto 360 is a wonderful product, but it is clearly constrained by a reasonable cost. What can you do if you make a watch that costs 3 times as much? Ten times as much?

What can you do to get a longer battery life? Weeks instead of days?

What can you do with the marriage of mechanical and electronic components?

How can the user interface be over the top?

What can you do to the appearance of a screen that can't be replicated on a cheap device?

So, even though I probably will never get to own one, I'm very excited to see what this partnership will produce. Don't let me down!
 
TAG Heuer, Google, and Intel announce a powerful collaboration to create the ultimate connected watch, powered by Intel technology and Android Wear.

This watch promises to be the bridge between functional and fashionable, leading edge technology and Swiss watchmaking tradition. More information on our project: tag.hr/SmartWatch

#BaselWorld2015 #ConnectedWatch
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They are taking about being able to upgrade the core.
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+Kelly’s Pub​, thanks for the follow. Big plans in the works for the holiday?
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Students are protesting against taking tests in school and news organizations are giving them air time.

Does this help or hurt the students? Can they have enough of a perspective from where they are to have a legitimate protest? Would you air the students protest if they complained about homework?
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This was supposed to be funny because we are drinking out of a giant pitcher that says, "please enjoy our handcrafted tequila responsibly" but I am not good at selfies, especially after irresponsibly enjoying handcrafted tequila.
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+Ewan Spence​ says modern cell phone batteries are too small. This was one if the reasons I think the 2013 Moto X was a great phone and I'm sorry the ideas it embodied didn't catch on.

The X8 architecture allowed it to do things in standby that other phones require full power. It came with a tiny, by comparison, screen that uses less power.

Still, even with these features and using Android Wear for quick vitiation and response, battery life is not what it should be. Is the answer truly bigger batteries or will this problem be addressed by short range wireless charging that will bring new meaning to ABC (always be charging)?
I've spent the last ten days in Austin attending the various strands of SXSW. I've been doing so for the last eleven years, and one issue that has become clear over the last few years, and acutely aware of this year, is just how ill-served consumers are over a critical part of smartphone design. Modern batteries are too small.
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“It's been 24 hours and I'm not seeing the followers at @amazing_programmers. Perhaps you don't fully comprehend the benefits. I have prepared a visual aid…”
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Contest time! Do you want me to eat this amazing chocolate bunny? Well, I have to win it first!

Here's what you do:

1) get an Instagram account
2) follow me, @Stephen.Cerruti
3) follow @amazing_programmers
4) tag me in the comments of the image linked below
5) share these instructions with everyone you know

Now, I know your saying, "Stephen, this sounds like a lot of work." But just think of the look on all those little kids faces when I walk away with that chocolate bunny. Priceless. I'll even take pictures and post them on Instagram.
“HELLO AMAZING PROGRAMMERS! Who wants a chocolate bunny? We're having a contest and the winner gets to take this bad boy home. Here's how you can…”
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Hey +Dru Morgan , got rid of those power lines.
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Yeah, now they are "chem trails" ! : )
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Drive in the SO's laptop went south. Popped another one in. Went to make a Windows install DVD and found out that +Microsoft won't give me one because I have a Dell OEM key and +Dell  won't let me download one, the would ship me one if I was in warranty which I'm not.

So, I can try to download something from some suspect site or I can buy a DVD off of eBay and cross my fingers.

Dell and Microsoft would like me to buy a new system. If I do it will probably be a Chromebook Pixel or, if she insists on Windows, I'll get a +Lenovo.

Another satisfied customer. Oh, and Dell? I just put in a purchase order for 50 computers at work. So don't think this behavior doesn't cost you. It does.
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  • Asset Science
    Software, 2014 - present
  • Boeing
  • Cable & Wireless
  • Digital Island
  • Datron/Transco
  • Software Technology
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Oceanside, CA
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Richmond, VA - Melbourne, FL - Oxnard, CA - Moorpark, CA - Waldorf, MD - Blacksburg, VA - Carlsbad, CA - Leesburg, VA - Mechanicsville, VA
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I have a background in developing software systems and have most frequently been focusing on online video delivery and web services with just a touch of mobile services on the side.

I was Nation Chief for the Redhawk Nation of the Adventure Guides program at the Ecke Y in Encinitas, CA. This is a great father/son experience. I am looking forward to returning this year as a 'regular' dad.

I helped found Cub Scout Pack 721 at Mission San Luis Rey Parish in Oceanside, CA in 2011. I am now working with Pack 7146 in Oceanside and getting ready to bridge my first Webelos.
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  • Virginia Tech
  • Benedictine High School
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Wow, this place is a pit! I mean yeah, I looks bad, there is a bridge on the mini golf course that's closed off, presumably someone died trying to cross it and there are no TVs inside, but the people working here are the utmost in slackers. They can't even get the boats and cars rubbing at the same time.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
I used to be an Oggi's fan, but this is probably my last visit. The food isn't great but they make up for it with bad service. Appetizers after entrees, no fork to eat salad with, slow service, no refills; all of these issues separately could be overlooked but together they show the staff just doesn't care about the customers.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Responded to my Google+ post in a timely and helpful way. Great selection of items to paint. Programs for children's groups.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Eclectic menu, a fun place to eat.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Blaze Pizza makes your pizza to order as you move through the line, akin to ordering from Subway or Chipoltle. They cook your pizza for three minutes so it takes longer to order and pay. It's all thin crust pizza and the crust does not come out as crispy as it should, this may be different at off peak times. Their basic sauce is not as savory as it could be, but they also offer a spicy and a white sauce, those might be better. The cheeses looked good and they had a good variety. Salads, beer and limited desserts are also available. I would probably try it again but I think it's a bit overpriced for the quality.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Very nice crew. Thanks for the free Slurpee!
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
So, here I am, back at Supercuts. My wife brought my son here and he had a good experience. I stopped by to get on the list, they said come back at 1:30. Haircuts didn't start until after 2. Online, via the app, 0 minute wait. There are at least 4 people in line and others on the list. Unless you have time to kill, don't come here. Just don't. Old review: Don't, just don't. Every few years I think I will save a few bucks or drive a shorter distance and go into a SuperCuts. Carol swore she could cut my hair with clippers and make it look okay and just like every other time I've been stupid enough to go along with this cockamamie idea I've walked out with a haircut that looks okay for a few days and then grows out uneven. Maybe these budget places work for others, but don't trust people who promise and don't deliver.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago