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Jeremy Iglehart
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The first of what could be many webcasts discussing the uberGaming Strategy - Our hosts tonight are uber and Bricklebron

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"Jeep" in Ukraine ;)
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You know you work late when you leave the office and you can ware your sun glasses... cause its morning... of the following day ;P
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Thanks so much to the Downingtown LDS Boy Scout Troop! An impromptu service project at the Iglehart's residence today relieves recent widow and her family by providing much needed work and property cleanup. An a special thanks to the local LDS church leadership for making this whole project possible. We love all you very much!
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Jeremy Iglehart hung out with 1 person. <a class='ot-hashtag' href='https://plus.google.com/s/%23hangoutsonair'>#hangoutsonair</a>Julián Landerreche

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I'm posting this just to celebrate my first ever pull request on GitHub :)

I submitted it, and the developer accepted the change into the project. And that just makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

Take a look: https://github.com/Leaflet/Leaflet/pull/1394/files

Okay, so it was only ONE LETTER. But still - that's my contribution baby ;)

And to clarify, this post is actually much bigger than just submitting one letter to someone's documentation. This is to celebrate the beginning of my life as an Open Source developer. I've been working hard to understand how to develop projects in a way where I can get other people's help in the contribution. How do you build a rich ecosystem of development for a project that you care about? I don't think it's hard to do, but it's also not very straight forward.

So, cheers to all of us learning git, github and contributing to each others projects! And hooray for the letter 's'!!!

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Lessons for life from Programming Blogs.

I read this quote "Performance increases, more often than not, are about being smarter about when we do work, and to do things concurrently, more than just finding faster algorithms and micro-optimisation." from the attached link.  It immediately struck me that perhaps the same is true about how we can improve our personal work performance.
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