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Obey the rules. Easy puzzle that tests your problem solving skills  http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/07/03/upshot/a-quick-puzzle-to-test-your-problem-solving.html
A short game sheds light on government policy, corporate America, and why no one likes to be wrong.
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Enjoying Apple Music free trial. Yep, first song I played is ROAR. LSS :D The family plan is interesting and priced at $4.99/month for PH users.  Honestly want "Apple Books" more than "Apple Music." Yep, that's impossible. If not, unfair.
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#books   #music  
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+Ami Iida it must be fun in Japan because internet works everywhere. For me, it's only fast at home and in my office which I had built near the highest peak so I can get good LTE signal.
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Are you wasting money on cloud services that aren't as reliable as they should be? Jim Cowie & Andy Still host a free webcast to discuss multi-vendor cloud and how you can make your job easier. Register at http://oreil.ly/1SAWtTX
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At Google I/O 15 we announced the release of the latest version of the Android Testing Support Library[0].

This release includes three major updates:
Espresso-Web[1]: an Espresso-like API for automated UI testing of hybrid Android applications. Use Espresso-Web to test and interact with any WebView and seamlessly integrate it with your native Espresso UI tests.
Accessibility-Checks[2]: is a set of Accessibility checks that once enabled will automatically perform accessibility checks on your views. The good news is, that once these checks are enabled, they are performed automatically and you get the accessibility testing more or less for free.
Junit/Dagger/Hamcrest: In this release we did a lot of internal clean up. We bumped up the JUnit version to 4.12, we now use the new and shiny Dagger 2 and we upgraded Hamcrest to 1.3, which was one of the most flagged bugs on the bug tracker.

All samples[3] have been updated to use Runner/Rules 0.3, Espresso 2.2 and the new @VisibleForTesting annotation from support-annotations[4].

Of course, we have also squashed some reported bugs and addressed minor feature requests from android-test-kit[5]. See release notes[6] and javadoc[7] for details.

This is also the first release that includes some AOSP contributions. Shout out to +Jake Wharton for DisableOnAndroidDebug* Rule and +Eric Denman who contributed gravity support for DrawerActions. Thank you both for your contributions and feedback! 
If you are interested in contributing to ATSL, please refer to our external contributions guide[8]. 

Happy testing from the ATSL team +Valera Zakharov+Nick Korostelev+Jose Alcérreca and +Stephan Linzner 

#AndroidDev   #AndroidTesting   #happytesting   #io15  

[0] https://developer.android.com/tools/testing-support-library/index.html
[1] Documentation coming soon!
[2] Accessibility Checks - https://code.google.com/p/android-test-kit/wiki/AccessibilityChecking
[3] Samples on Github - https://github.com/googlesamples/android-testing/
[4] VisibleForTesting Annotation - https://plus.google.com/+StephanLinzner/posts/GBdq6NsRy6S
[5] Android-Test-Kit Issues - https://code.google.com/p/android-test-kit/issues/list
[6] Release Notes - https://code.google.com/p/android-test-kit/wiki/ReleaseNotes
[7] Javadoc - https://developer.android.com/reference/android/support/test/espresso/package-summary.html
[8] Guide to external contributions - https://goo.gl/a2HH2W
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My 2 Centavos on Philippine Education
Years ago, I got my transcript of records to pursue graduate school. I think I even wrote about it here but didn't go for it. I slacked off. I find it's the things I don't say that eventually happen. Honestly, I feel too old for this whole ladder game which...
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Not bad for a Philippine passport! http://twomonkeystravelgroup.com/2014/10/filipina-backpacker-visa-experiences-around-the-world-trip-2014/ ... I have some pretty weird airport immigration tips but I don't think it will work for everyone so nevermind.
I’m planning to do an around-the-world trip, stepping on all continents (including Antarctica). So here's my visa experiences as a Filipino backpacker.
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06/11/15 - Fuji Mountain, Japan

Do not die with a "No" stuck in your throat stifling a lifetime that could be unfolded from a simple attitude of seeking for "Yes".
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A new blog post on how to start using ECMAScript 6 today.
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Good stuff which Google started (with its SPDY project) to speed up those slow-loading websites. Have to try HTTP/2 and Nginx and probably one of these implementations https://github.com/http2/http2-spec/wiki/Implementations
 
HTTP/2 is here, let's optimize: bit.ly/http2-opt - it's time to revise some of our "best practices"... We're no longer constrained by parallelism, requests are cheap, and we can simplify and improve the performance of our applications by removing a few of the previously necessary workarounds.
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I climbed the mountain with a dog. I had to carry him. Because I do not put a burden on his waist, It was very hard... But the view from the top of the mountain was beautiful. He was pleased very much :))

15歳の愛犬の腰に負担をかけないため抱っこしながら山へ登る。息を切らしながら登るのはきつかったですが、景色を見た後はとても清々しかったです。

#LANDSCAPE #NATURE #COOLJAPAN 
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Education
  • Saint Louis University
    Business Administration, 2003 - 2007
    Major in Financial Management
  • Yale University
    Financial Markets, 2014 - 2014
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Self-employed. Nomad. Experimenter. Designer. Software Developer. Accomplished Real Estate Marketer.
Introduction
INTJCF. Business administration graduate. Yoga practitioner. Experienced software developer, dev ops, accomplished real estate marketer and designer.

I enjoy working alone in a quiet place. I write a lot.

Visit:  c.kat.pe and  katherinepe.com.

As an open source enthusiast since 2003, I have contributed to various projects and still do github.com/katgironpe.

I love studying culture, business, software development best practices, design, yoga, psychology, finance, music and a lot more!

Other Facts:
  1. I read a lot. At least 100 books every year. All of which are non-fiction.
  2. I have been traveling a lot and live in a different place of interest in my country (The Philippines) or another country.
  3. Filipino-Chinese but as I grow older, I look more Chinese. I am learning Mandarin.
  4. I spend a lot of time creating and improving software but usually only work at night. A bad habit but I don’t think I am a nocturnal type.
  5. Extremely introverted and trying to live off-the-grid.
  6. I believe only the paranoid survive but survival is such a poor goal for a human being.
  7. Because of number 5 fact, I don’t like being asked many questions. But if it’s not about me, I’d probably answer.
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I have no vices. Graduated with honors and exemplary marks (high school and college). That didn't make much sense in the real world but the habits sure helped.
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