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Richard Yhip
Works at Ippon USA
Attended University of Virginia
Lives in Richmond, VA
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I booted up my Raspberry Pi 2 today and boredom went through their recommended Python tutorial. I'm actually kind of hooked right now. It does a lot of things that are a pain to do in Java and JavaScript in a more natural fashion. I'm sure there are drawbacks to that but I'm really liking it. Time to skill up.
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I could look at these all day. Very cool.
The Aurullia series are Tom Beddard's interpretation of a fractal formula called Mandalay, a specific type of Mandelbox with additional parameters that allow scaling of the folding on individual axes, either in parallel or one after.
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We have to get a remake sometime, right, Chrono Trigger. There's been a lot of Chrono Trigger talk recently, much to my delight. Between the recent Did You Know Gaming video and the Chrono-li...
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Is this a trick? If not this is fantastic news!
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This is my kind of +LinkedIn!
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I would say this reflects poorly on people in general than just Philadelphians or Americans. Kinda sad but the odds of this making it to it's destination had to have been low.
The social media-savvy robot had relied on the kindness of strangers to travel the world but was found battered and dismembered in an alley.
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Does anybody have recommendations for a good couples or group cooking class in the area?
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Just simply cuisine http://goo.gl/SuycFt OR Hills Kitchen http://goo.gl/O4pEko OR L’Academie de Cuisine http://goo.gl/sVU5ta . Ask pretty good. If you need more let me know but I'm sure you have plenty between my suggestions and the others. Happy holidays. 
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Visual Studio Code is now my favorite text editor
The way I tend to use tools is I’ll try something out for a while. If it comes natrually to me I’ll keep on using it until it proves to be too cumbersome or...
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Nice time-waster especially on the phone.
A minimalist game where your goal is to match your inputs with an unstoppable continuous overwelming flow of arrows.
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Register now for the Martin's Tour of Richmond and Anthem Moonlight Ride.  Prices go up Monday!
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  • Ippon USA
    Software Engineer, 2015 - present
  • Virginia Commonwealth University
    Applications Analyst, 2013 - 2015
  • Tahzoo
    Technical Consultant, 2012 - 2013
  • Red Hat
    Consultant, 2010 - 2012
  • Capital One
    Sr. Systems Specialist, 2007 - 2010
  • Capital One
    Systems Specialist, 2005 - 2007
  • Capital One
    Staffing Analyst, 2001 - 2005
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Richmond, VA
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Charlottesville, VA - Fredericton, NB
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Born many many years ago in the great country of Canada, the legend of Richard Yhip lingers in Richmond, VA.
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  • University of Virginia
    Computer Engineering, 1997 - 2001
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Grilled tacos were mostly good but the steak was a bit dry. The refried beans and rice that came with it were pretty bland. The chicken saltena was probably the best part of my meal.
Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Very nice hotel. From the outside it looks like any other building at Tyson's Corner but inside it has a much darker feel. The conference rooms were standard but didn't feel like typical boring rooms. Ample parking is nearby through a paid parking deck.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
We made a reservation via OpenTable but the restaurant was not crowded when we went in. Plenty of people were there but it was not noisy at all. Bright place inside. I had the DGS Delicatessen Corned Beef Reuben and an Old Fashioned Eggcream. The presentation of the food was good. The corned beef was cut thinner than normal which I actually like and seemed to have simmered in it's own fat. The sandwich itself looked quality but there was something lacking in flavor from top-to-bottom. I would not get it again. The Eggcream was a bit disappointing also. It tasted like they diluted chocolate milk with carbonated water. The other person at our table had the Grilled Ribeye which was very good. The chimichurri sauce had a nice lime flavor to it and the egg and fingerling potatoes were a great combination for this dish. The service was prompt and our waitress offered regular water and sparkling water which was a pleasant change.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Average portions and the food wasn't tasty as I was expecting based on my experiences at other kabob places. I had the chicken kabobs. The owner let us sample the different sides which was great. I would go back to try the falafel dishes which my friends seemed to enjoy. Not much space on the inside to sit down like a traditional restaurant so be prepared to get it to go.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
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Location is on the second floor of the hotel. There are stairs to the side that will be quicker to get up to the bar. The bar is large and there's plenty of seating. Dark inside and they have two big TV's so if you come to look at sports be sure to snag one with a good view. Service can be slow if busy but you can also go to the bar to get drinks. The food was solid for bar appetizers. They have chess tables, indoor bocce, and shufflepuck. Beer and cocktail menu wassolid. I was impressed. Would recommend for small or large groups.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Seasonal drink menu with creative and decent tasting cocktails. Had the eggplant parmesan and charcuterie plate for appetizers and were pleased by them. Had the meatball pizza and met calzone for dinner. Don't feel the meatballs had much flavor to them but the texture was good. The meat calzone ws well-made. Good balance of met and cheese to bread. The top of the calzone was a bit charred. Not sure if that was intentional or not but it I didn't care for that. Didn't have to wait long to get in but the restaurant was full and service was good. Ambiance was nice. I would definitely come back here again.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Good place to watch a basketball game and can be a good place to watch a concert. The place can accommodate suite a large amount of people but the seats close to the top are very far away. Pretty easy to navigate the inside of the building. Concessions are average. Plenty of parking around the area especially if you're willing to walk a bit.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago