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Sean Murphy
Nerd to the Core
Nerd to the Core

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Had the neighborhood kids over and had these gems left on our window.

"the police see you"😕
"wer watching you"🤔

Wonder if that's a side effect of growing up next to the NSA? 😬

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Added photos to GDG Web January meeting .

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Hey everyone,

Our GDG Group is hosting another Family Developer Festival this year. We had a huge turnout, and amazing feedback from the community last year and are hoping to have another great conference this year.

I am currently looking for speakers and topics for the conference. If you are interested feel free to reach out to me. Some of the topics we'd like to have presentations/workshops in: Robotics/Electronics, Beginner & Intermediate Programming, Hacking, Internet & Safety/Security, and products.

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An awesome morning planned at the computer history museum. Some firebase and kubernetes. It's been a epic global summit.

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Well this is cool! Maybe we'll finally bring back the pen☺
Today we launched Google Handwriting Input (, which lets users handwrite text on their Android mobile device as an additional input method for any Android app, supporting 82 languages in 20 distinct scripts. It works with both printed and cursive writing input with or without a stylus. Beyond text input, it also provides a fun way to enter hundreds of emojis by drawing them (simply press and hold the ‘enter’ button to switch modes). It also works with or without an Internet connection. Learn more at
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What's today's date? Can't seem to remember? Perhaps it's because it can't be found... #404

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So your working with some dudes on a project and you...
*want to share a file
*want them to upload a file
*wish they could pull down the code
*wish they could push up some changes

Now you have to go set up a file/git server.

I've been working on a little command line go app called share that allows you to spin up a server really quick that will do all these things. All you have to do is get 'share' on your path 'go get' and then in the directory you wish to share type 'share'

It's come in really handy for me to share build artifacts, make git a little more distributed, and quickly exchange files with team-mates. Check it out and let me know what you think!

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Had a great #piday with my Bros. Yeah we might have gotten a bit nerdy.
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