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Eric Woodruff is a Staff Software Engineer at NetApp
Eric Woodruff is a Staff Software Engineer at NetApp

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+Google Chrome​ for +Android​ should always open a new tab when tab and app merging is enabled
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Managing server-side ssh commands
When running a long-running command over ssh, sometimes I need that command to be aware of the client connection and to exit with SIGINT on disconnect. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3235180/starting-a-process-over-ssh-using-bash-and-then-killing-it-on-...
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Why doesn't Ubuntu have a default bridge support in Network Manager such that two devices on the same wifi network can seamlessly directly connect with an ethernet cable and during a file transfer for increased speed without interruption or configuration?
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Workaround for +Revolights, Inc on the MAX
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Rails ajax render template
When working Rails Ajax queries, I commonly need to update more than one section of a page. For instance, a submit action might update a data table, but may also need to show some notifications in #messages. I've collected a few techniques that I've found p...
Rails ajax render template
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After riding with my +Revolights (@Revolights) for a few days there are two things that I see can be improved.

1) The lights are smaller than the wheel rim, because they are designed to hang around the spokes. This means my bike is now incompatible with vertical storage hooks (garage, lightrail) because the lights wont support the weight of the bike. The lights could be fixed with a larger circumference and different spoke clips. This would also make the valve stem more accessible.

2) There's no handlebar remote to activate the lights, so you have to pull over and dismount to turn your lights on/off. For a $229 set of lights, this should be included.

Also, during installation, I found that the new plastic model (2.0) is kind of cheap in that in a few places the mounting slots stretched open and hopped onto the clip it was supposed to be flush against. This would be more acceptable if the lights were in the $60-$80 price range.
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