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Andrés Martín Jiménez
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Go install Antipodes, right now! Well done +Alan Cowap​
Ever wondered where or what is on the opposite side of Earth from where you...
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As a developer, getting Google's recognition is simply amazing. +Meetnrun   (my first Android app ever) was awarded at the project submission from Google's highly recommended course "Android Fundamentals" (you can check its contents in Udacity), and I couldn't be any prouder. Keep up to date with the latest events at +GDG Dublin 
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+MeetnRun from +Andrés Martín Jiménez, 1st place at our Android Fundamentals #Udacity #StudyJam. Join the community to become a beta tester.
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+David Soleil Thank you David! Just regular tuning really (capo over the whole string set, just to adjust to my voice). Ellis Paul does something much more difficult than my version, where I just perform some regular scale riff, just this was easier for me. You can easily spot my technique on the video, good luck with the learning!
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This might be my favorite, good editing!
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Thank you! I appreciate that, especially considering the amount of kickass songs submitted!
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nice spoilers, thank you for ruining the movie...
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It's funny when people say he was a bad person cause he cared about money... It's like "I've no other bad thing to say, so...". If he was a wife beater and child abuser like John Lennon, I'd understand. I wonder if it's just trolling, or some people really believe you can be bad for liking money.
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+Adam Bednarski project, started before but improved with what he learned with the Android Fundamentals #Udacity #StudyJam.
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Want tot try Meetnrun?
Join the testing community and get the Alpha version!
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sounds sweet! someone make an instrumental base for her!
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I know some people got a little confused or disappointed with the ending of The Edge of Tomorrow, having not read the novel, this is the way I see it from my ignorance...
[SPOILER ALERT]
The hypothetical creature presented in the movie/graphic-novel can send people to sometime around a day into the past, but it's not very well explained how he does that, just that the things he sends have to be part of his organism... my theory is that, while we live an instant in time (at a time), this creature lives in an array of time with a start and and end (it may as well be that we all live in an array, but ours is just much shorter), and every point in that array is all the same to him, that's why, when forming part of the organism, you can be pushed to any point of that array if the creature wants. When the organism is destroyed, though, it will happen from the first instant in the array, which gives sense to the ending. Once the creature is dead it doesn't "keep exploding for the length" but just in the first instant. I could keep elaborating, but I'm sure you get the idea!
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  • Universidad Politecnica de Valencia
    Computer Science, 2000 - 2005
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Never went there for food before, but I had dinner last night and it was fantastic!!! Service was also excellent. I highly recommend it! Note: I saw that people think it's pricey... I think value was fair enough, I had the pate toast, and I thought it was expensive for a starter, then they served the whole jar :)
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