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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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You should link to the product on the store to make it easier to buy!

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Dev Tips: DevTools: Better logging of objects and arrays with console.table()

More :  https://umaar.com/dev-tips/82-console-table/
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cool! no more log(JSON.stringify(obj) :)
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Gave a talk and ran a panel at #mobcon before heading over to the Google Expert Summit.

#gde #techtalks #mobile #chrome #iot
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DevFestMN is still looking for great speakers for our February 6th event!

Our very own +Patrick Fuentes recommended +Chiu-Ki Chan +Joanna Smith +Huyen Tue Dao as amazing speakers that we would love to have share their Android knowledge with the community.

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DevFestMN 2016 (GDG-TC) Speaker ApplicationWe already have a great lineup of past speakers, Googlers, and new speakers planned for the upcoming DevFestMN! Please use the form below to submit your proposed talk. DevFestMN will be held Feb 6th, 2016 at the campus of UST Shultze School of Entrepreneurship, downtown MPLS. please fill out this form and we'll include your proposed talk in our schedule planning. Thanks for participating in the developer community! Speaker applications are due ...
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Hi +Stephen Fluin  ! Let me know if you guys are interested for an Angular speaker. I am very much interested !
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CSS Variables (custom properties) have landed in Chrome!

https://jsbin.com/vegurunuqi/edit?css,output
https://jsbin.com/wowekoboru/edit?html,css,output

- You'll need to have Chrome Canary with the experimental web platform features flag turned on in about:flags to play around with them.
- CSS Variables have been implemented in Firefox for a while and you can also play around with them there. MDN docs: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/Using_CSS_variables
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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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The Chrome OS Lab is a unique and incredible place at Google to test as many diverse Chrome OS platforms as possible. It is basically responsible for keeping the Chrome OS ecosystem growing and support new devices every day.

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Unique local coffee shop. Shares a wall and has an open portal to Bruger's Bagels which is nice. There's not a ton of seating, and parking tends to be relatively hard to find.
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Xcel Energy Center is a great venue for both concerts and sporting events. It's been around for a while and is one of the main venues for seeing these large events. I recommend taking Shepard Road to get here, and park at the science museum. It's about the same distance and can often be cheaper and easier to get into and out of than the other ramps.
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I love this theater. It's a great AMC. Its location is perfect for dinner and a movie or some afternoon shopping. I don't recommend getting any food because even one item has the potential to blow your daily calorie budget.
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The hotel was nice. They have a restaurant that has been good and consistent over the years. During the weekends they have awesome ice skating.
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Every time I come this place is terrible. I don't know why I keep giving it more chances. The staff tends to be slow and easily confused, the place is basically empty and the food is pretty mediocre.
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This is a pretty standard Marshalls. About average in terms of size and cleanliness. Friendly local employees. Often there are long lines at the register, especially around the holidays.
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Super run of the mill McDonald's. I think they get my order right about 70% of the time, and they never use the confirmation screens. Many of the employees seem tired and depressed.
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