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Scott Koon
Works at Russell Investment Group
Attended Wichita Northwest High School, Wichita State University
Lives in Seattle, WA
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Ringo Star is on this list at all?!?!
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On this episode of Herding Code, Scott K, Jon, and Kevin talk to Corey Haines about the Global Day of Coderetreat event being held in 90+ cities on December 3. Scott asks Corey to start by explaining his software journeyman thing, or as Scott calls it “couch surfing in return for coding.” Corey describes how he transitioned from a traditional software developer job to training and speaking. Scott describes his experiences at a Coderetreat in Sea...
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Hello my name is larry, I wonder if you know electric engineer Lawrence k koon of 68 years son of frida and roy born on September 24, 1942.the is my father and I'd like to meet him. thanks my email is larryrios2003@gmail.com.
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Much of my time doing .NET development is spent building abstractions around ASP.NET implementation and plumbing. Nobody in Redmond seems to think this is a problem.
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Frankly... and I have no ethical struggles here, if it is a generic abstraction that I consider common... then its getting copy/pasted from one project to another if I can't directly link to my common dll. That is part of what I would bring to the table in my experience.
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If it's any consolation, it doesn't work on Android or the mobile app either...
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Like a boss!
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Meanwhile, Andrew Jackson was wounded so frequently in duels that it was said he "rattled like a bag of marbles." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Jackson
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On this episode of Herding Code, the guys discuss computer and work area setup, from installation and file management to ergonomic work areas and animated GIF’s. Kevin and K Scott both just got MacBooks, they discuss what they are doing with them, such as using the emulator to test HTML5 apps for iPhone/iPad. Jon asks, “When you get a new mac, you open it up and rainbows come out of it. Do you have to install anything? How does that setup proces...
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Look Ma! I'm injecting my dependencies. Seriously, at some point doesn't the developer look at that and think "Hmm...am I sure I'm doing this right?"
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Nobody told them about DI Containers... OBVIOUSLY!
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I agree with +Brady Bonnette that's my usual "Monday" look :-)
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OK seriously, the method for selecting people and assigning them to circles SUCKS. Tried 5 times to sort out 700 people and figure out who I have in a circle and who I don't have in a circle. Every time, once I had multiple people selected, I've ended up losing the selection.

I feel a Google+ rant coming on. This is a poorly thought out interface. Can't wait for them to get the API going so some useful utilities and tools can be released.
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here is a full post developing the shell game idea along with some others: http://www.sqlmashup.com/google-there-and-back-again
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  • Russell Investment Group
    Sr App Dev., 2011 - present
  • F5 Networks
    Professional Geek, 2011
  • Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Daptiv, Cerebus, BiosGroup, HeartSpring
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Seattle, WA
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Wichita, KS - Seattle, Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Wichita
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He's just this guy, y'know?
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Scott Koon has been a professional software developer for over 13 years. He spent the majority of his time in college working with a legacy, undocumented symbolic language (DNA) resulting in a degree in Biochemistry. He’s been writing JavaScript since it was called LiveScript and remembers when Netscape had a big purple “N” in the upper right-hand corner. He maintains a blog at http://lazycoder.com and has been active in the weblogging community for about 10 years. He is often on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/lazycoder and has contributed to the development of a WPF .NET Twitter client called Witty. He also co-hosts a podcast called Herding Code ( http://www.herdingcode.com ) that deals with a wide variety of issues in technology. He lives in Seattle, WA with his wife and two daughters, adrift in a sea of pink princesses and other girly things.
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  • Wichita Northwest High School, Wichita State University
  • Wichita State University
    Biochemistry
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