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Oscar Godson
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Attended Mt. Hood Community College
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Such a good cover of the Tiger Lillies' Bully Boy

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So, +AJ Acevedo made an IRC channel for EpicEditor on freenode.net and added the info to our docs.

Thanks AJ!
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Today I released EpicEditor 0.2.1

New features:

- Sync with textareas (highly requested)
- Native firefox fullscreen
-  focus() method
- Lots more :)

https://github.com/OscarGodson/EpicEditor/wiki/Release-Notes
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This is based off of @dustin’s great “Five Design Questions” post, but adapted for programmers.
https://medium.com/5-programmer-questions/52afa68b1dea

#programming  
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Spent a couple hours last night and redid Quotes on JavaScript http://quotesonjavascript.com

Source: https://github.com/OscarGodson/Quotes-on-JavaScript
Quotes on JavaScript · + Submit. Permalink | See Another. Follow me on Twitter @oscargodson.
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Always forget to mention things on G+ :) I released EpicEditor 0.2.2 a couple days ago. With autogrow support, retina icons, and finally HTML is stripped when pasting and more!

https://github.com/OscarGodson/EpicEditor/releases/tag/0.2.2

#js   #javascript   #markdown  
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Good points Oscar.  It's amazing what liberties people will surrender for the facade of safety.  
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I'm excited to say EpicEditor is teaming up with CodersClan.net to offer support for your EpicEditor projects! If you're looking to get support go here:

http://codersclan.net/support/step1.php?repo_id=2

#javascript   #js   #epiceditor  
What is coders clan? Having problems with implementing this project? At CodersClan we've got the best experts to help you out. We handpick our experts from sites like GitHub and StackOverflow, to be a part of our dedicated support team. Fill in the details and our experts will solve your problem ...
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Want Markdown support in Chrome? Star it!
https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=224690
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Yea okay :) I'm in, then. Just had to be sure what you meant :)

And yea, I know. I was just thinking file-extension-wise :)
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JavaScript Engineer
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programming, javascript, node, ruby, php, being a dad, being a husband and drumming
Employment
  • Simple
    Front-end Engineer, 2013 - present
  • Yammer
    JavaScript Engineer, 2011 - 2013
  • City of Portland, OR
    Web Developer, 2010 - 2011
  • Workshed Interactive
    Web Developer, 2007 - 2010
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JavaScriptologist, Husband, Father, Atheist
Introduction

My name is Oscar Godson. I'm a front-end engineer at Simple and formerly a software engineer at Yammer. I have a wife, Ciarra, and two kids, Ezra and Elliott. I currently reside in Portland, OR. I like to make cool shit like EpicEditor in my free time.

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Creator of EpicEditor
Education
  • Mt. Hood Community College
    Graphic Design, 2006 - 2008
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Price was decent, very kid friendly, and wireless speed was great (wifi is important to me since I'm always working). They were very accommodating.
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We've been here all day and we love it. The location is fantastic. Out back is the beach which is mostly large rocks that the waves smash against making amazing displays. My kids love searching for crabs and empty shells there too. The people working here are friendly and accommodating. The rooms are very nice and spacious for the price. The town is also just a 10 to 15 min walk and the prices in general are cheap for an Oregon coastal town. Only thing that could be better is the wifi. Its not spotty but slow.
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