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Carl Erik Kopseng
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A lot of .NET devs forget the async and defer attributes when using Squishit. That does not mean you cannot use them! One line of code and ... whoosh, there goes the render block :-) 
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Some gay guys tried kissing and holding hands in Oslo to see what would happen. Guess what?
http://www.aftenposten.no/webtv/#!/video/101333/maalet-for-dagen-er-aa-faa-litt-hets
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Dagens. Nesten verdt lisensen.
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Am I the only one not seeing a video stream? Just see a static image of the crowd and no sound for the entire duration of the video. Android YouTube app.

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Sykeste pop-locking-rutinen jeg har sett.
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Which Windows tools handle normal Git flows like rebasing and conflict resolution well? I am used to doing everything in the command line on Mac and Linux, and it pains me to see how our Windows devs strive in visual studio and Github Desktop.

I have gotten tips on SourceTree, and that seems to be able to handle conflict resolutions and rebasing.

I would also like to know how one can get a comfortable command line experience in Windows without resorting to VIM. I am totally fine with vim, but most windows devs are not, so if I could fire up another tool for conflicts or an editor that would be tons better.
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+Carl Erik Kopseng I use Sublime Text plugins (not the editor) git conflict resolver and git diff helper.  Someone mentioned that VS Code has the same sort of capability as well. I'd go with those.  As a git fangirl, I like to be sure my conflicts and diffs are minimal with frequent commits and pushes, but again this is only one way to do it.
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White isn't a race, it's a culture. Join us!
Do you have slanted eyes? So do a lot of Russians. Hell, half their country is in Asia, and they're white!
Do you have more melanin in your skin than most? So do many Italians, and they're white!
Are you Irish? Good news, friend, you may have been considered sub-human in this country 150 years ago, but today you are white!
So please, join us! You too can enjoy your White Privilege*.
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yep, ripped from reddit.

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To make these fit snug in your ears and get a massive sound upgrade, you need to exchange the supplied tips with a pair of "Comply T-500 Isolation Earphone Tips". Makes a world of difference.

P.S. Beware that controls on Android are crap. You can stop/start music, call last dialed number, answer calls and control volume, but that's it per now. Hopefully Android M will improve the situation once it comes out.

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90 years ahead of Google's Project Soli.

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While people Snowden and Wikileaks are giving their lives up for your liberty, middle class brats like yourself are busy pestering blue collar workers under the same guise. That's just discusting. Get a job or actually do something that upholds the liberties you pretend to care about.

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That's fine, but hardly the interesting part. What about finding and importing assets from ArchiCad into Cinema 4D? That has been my struggle with this. 

See for instance this discussion on the graphisoft forum:
http://archicad-talk.graphisoft.com/viewtopic.php?t=48127&postorder=asc

As you can see people get to the export stage, but it's dealing with assets embedded in the LCF catalogs and manually finding each other asset that is stopping people from using this.
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  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology
    Informatics, 2004 - 2010
  • University of Oslo
    Informatics, 2013 - 2015
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I program for a living and study for fun.
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Inter-personal skills, front-end technology, thorough knowledge of Java
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  • Making Waves
    Front-end developer, 2013 - present
  • Cicero Consulting
    Developer, 2010 - 2013
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