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Just talked on a panel at the #NACommunitySummit about what it's like to be a #gde.
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+Stephen Fluin showed me this cool service earlier, Bitnami.

If you use Cloud Compute, AWS, Digitial Ocean, Azure, etc. check it out. It does some pretty cool stuff.

https://bitnami.com/stacks
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Huge thanks to +Kyle Paul who made the #DevFestMN website possible.

From our talk today on Building the DevFestMN Site:
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Awesome!! Glad I was able to help out! Hope #DevFestMN is a blast! Wish I could have made it out there
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I wear Google Glass, and I have for the last two and half years. I still run into people almost every day that have never seen Google Glass in the real world, but most people have at least heard of it on some level. Sometimes they know about "Appl
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Hey +Benson Leung I charged my Chromebook Pixel LS with a CableMatters USB A->C cable that you recommended that seems to work great with my 6P, and now my Chromebook Pixel won't charge.

I'm working on an RMA on the Pixel, is it possible that I somehow broke it?
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Here's another #USB   #TypeC  legacy cable review. BRIDGEGEN's 6.6ft A-to-C cable.
tl;dr: Good cable!

Extra brownie points to BRIDGEGEN for deep-draw extruded Type-C plugs and a braided cable! A first I've seen to combine those two!

#USBC  
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A few weeks ago, I reached the end of a long and exciting journey. Alto's Adventure - a project that I’ve poured my absolute heart and soul into over the last two years - was finally released to the public. It's been a wild ride, and I'm not sure I can adequately put into words how
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You should link to the product on the store to make it easier to buy!

https://store.google.com/product/pixel_c
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Developer Advocate
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  • Google
    Developer Advocate, 2016 - present
  • Deeloh Technologies, LLC
    CTO, 2015 - present
  • Trello
    Developer Advocate, 2015 - 2016
  • MentorMate
    Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer, 2011 - 2015
  • MentorMate
    Director of US Delivery, 2001 - 2011
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  • Space Grunts
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  • Pocket Mortys
  • Route Z
  • Tap Tap Infinity
  • Evoland
  • Tiny Goalie
  • Blockelganger
  • Thumb Drift - Furious Racing
  • Tentacle Wars
  • Alto's Adventure
  • twofold inc.
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  • GOLFINITY
  • Sky Force 2014 TV
  • Diner Dash X
  • Prune
  • CivCrafter
  • Swing
  • Tapventures
  • Pancake – The Game
  • Rollercoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile
  • 2048
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  • The Line 2
The restaurant is nice looking and the food is okay, but the prices don't make sense for this restaurant. When you pay more than $200 for dinner, you expect higher quality food. I ended up having to cut off about half of my steak as it was made of pure fat. The clientele were also very mixed from people in suits to people in basketball jerseys.
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The food was too fancy for my tastes, but the staff was extremely nice and attentive, and the New York patio experience is very hard to beat. The restaurant let us make a reservation, and when we showed up, we got in right away. The ambiance was perfect for an evening with a colleague.
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The food here was really good. The ambiance was pretty standard for a higher priced steakhouse in a major city, with tables packed close together. The staff was a little over-eager to help us and didn't seem to know when we just wanted to sit and chat, but overall it was a delightful experience.
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The staff tried to be helpful but it ended up feeling like a standard commission-based sales pitch where they are trying to get you into the most expensive mattress set they can. We went in trying to solve a specific sleeping issue, and they were light on science and more "pick the one that feels best".
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Bottomless sides is a really cool idea, and I was fortunate enough to have had the willpower to say no :). They had some very interesting cocktails, and the food was consistent and quick and tasty. Even though it was a weekend, we got there early enough that we didn't have to wait for a table.
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I got burned by this parking garage.The machine prints out two tickets and apparently I kept the wrong one, which meant I had to repark and take half an hour to pay the $35 lost ticket fee. That aspect was really frustrating. In addition, the parking garage was hard to navigate and had very tight turns and poor labeling.
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This tiny little restaurant is a great way to spend an evening in New York. The pizza is well-made and delicious, and the staff is expedient and attentive. I had the margarita pizza and it's definitely one of the better ones I've had.
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