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Brian Ouellette
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Attended Georgia Institute of Technology
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Oh, that's good.
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VS plug-in for automatic JS/CSS minification that actually works? And it does inline tags too? I'm shocked.
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I only halfway know what any of that means but I like the name Chirpy. There you go.
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More goodness from Anandtech. I've been missing their in-depth architecture articles lately. Looks like Bulldozer is getting stomped in initial tests.
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Something worth reading
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this is one of my favorite things.
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LINQ is the best thing I've ever seen out of Microsoft. There has not been a single instance of misunderstanding or lacking capability since I started using it and it consistently reduces hours of writing obtuse code to a couple lines of code that most non-programmers can look at and understand.
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Yes, I love LINQ. Also LinqToSQL and sqlmetal are also wonderful. Sqlmetal generates the source files for an already existing database so that you can use it with LINQ.
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to be fair, reading about businesses who use godaddy is like reading best buy stories on consumerist. the rest of the fucking world knows not to do business with them, the shit they do shouldn't surprise anyone in the year of our lord two-thousand twelve
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Just look at that beautiful moiré!
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"I'll argue that Accessibility is actually more important than Security because dialing Accessibility to zero means you have no product at all, whereas dialing Security to zero can still get you a reasonably successful product such as the Playstation Network." - Steve Yegge
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Oh, now I get the context. I thought it was appoligetics for psn and their Swiss cheese security 
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It is pretty shocking that linear scan has dominated this long even. Beauty in simplicity.
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Introduction
Nihilist. Discordian. Lower case libertarian. Groucho Marxist.
Education
  • Georgia Institute of Technology
    MS Computer Engineering, 2011 - 2011
  • Georgia Institute of Technology
    BS Computer Engineering, 2005 - 2010
Work
Occupation
Software Engineer
Employment
  • Intel Corporation
    Logic Technology Development - Automation - Decision Support Systems, 2011 - present
  • AccelerEyes
    Core Systems Group, 2010 - 2010
  • Georgia Tech Research Institute
    Electro-optical Systems Laboratory - Remote Sensing Group - Intelligent Sensors and Imaging Systems, 2006 - 2010
  • Duke Energy
    Digital Process Systems, 2009 - 2009
  • Georgia Tech Computer Aided Design Laboratory
    Undegraduate Intern, 2009 - 2009
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