We get it—sometimes, a gym just doesn’t work out. Maybe it’s too crowded or the ceilings tiles are falling and landing on your head. It happens! Unfortunately, canceling your gym membership is a lot like competing in the Hunger Games, of which there are no winners, only the wounded. If you’re looking to end your
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You will need a Flutter development environment set up, and should have some basic knowledge of Flutter. Introduction It’s a rare app that doesn’t need to store some sort of data, whether it’s remembering the last article read, the user’s email address, or the night mode setting. Both Android and iOS give us several options
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It’s consistently fast, yo. Surma is a contributor to WebFundamentals In my previous articles I talked about how WebAssembly allows you to bring the library ecosystem of C/C++ to the web. One app that makes extensive use of C/C++ libraries is squoosh, our web app that allows you compress images with a variety of codecs
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Best Deals of the DayThe best deals from around the web, updated daily.    We see a lot of deals around the web over on Kinja Deals, but these were our ten favorites today. Thursday’s Best Deals: Nintendo Switch, the Best Noise Canceling Headphones, L.L. Bean, and More A Samsung TV, Anker Lightning cables, Tribit
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Rejection WeekRejection sucks, but we all have to deal with it. Whether you’re the rejecter or the reject-ee, this week we’re providing a roadmap for handling rejection with grace. And look: If you reject our advice, that’s on you.   For me, it was the construction that finally did it. I’d lived in New York City
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tCell/Rapid7 | Front/Backend Developers, Python Developer | San Francisco and Stockholm | Fulltime tCell monitors and protects web applications from attacks and malicious activity. You’ll be joining a nimble and team of engineers working on a new generation solution for defending applications where high-scale, and creativity are vital to success. Agent Engineer – Knowledge in-depth
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The rock salt that’s sprinkled on sidewalks to melt snow is bad for your pet’s paws. Rubber booties can help, but if you’re salting your own walkways you can buy ice melts that are made to be pet friendly. But these products come with their own cautions. Regular salt is definitely bad for pets Sodium
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Today, we are excited to open several repos on GitHub, and invite everybody to join us on GitHub. Come learn about Filecoin, play with the code, and contribute to development. As described in this prior update, we made the hard choice of starting our repos privately to avoid distractions and develop quickly. Now, we have
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Illustration: mohamed_hassan (Pixabay) Rejection WeekRejection sucks, but we all have to deal with it. Whether you’re the rejecter or the reject-ee, this week we’re providing a roadmap for handling rejection with grace. And look: If you reject our advice, that’s on you.   Since the journalism industry gets upended once a month or so, I consider
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So it’s finally happened. You’ve met someone great. They’re smart, they’re attractive, they have a job—and they’re perfect for your needlessly picky friend. We’ve all been there, you have one friend who’d be great for another and you’re positive they’d hit it off. But setting them up is easier said than done, unlike a rom-com
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US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit Frequent readers of the Cloudflare blog are aware of the efforts we’ve undertaken in response to our first encounter with a patent troll. We’re happy to report that on Wednesday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit issued an opinion affirming a lower court decision
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Rejection WeekRejection sucks, but we all have to deal with it. Whether you’re the rejecter or the reject-ee, this week we’re providing a roadmap for handling rejection with grace. And look: If you reject our advice, that’s on you.   Once, when my son was about six years old—and furious with me for some reason or
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In the last few posts I’ve been going on about how a lot of people think that financial markets are completely random because someone in academia at some point made a huge oversimplification. They did that because they needed some model for some abstract concept, and didn’t have anything better available. It’s OK to simplify
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At GitHub, we’ve always felt that you should be able to open a pull request to start a conversation with your collaborators as soon as your brilliant idea or code is ready to take shape. Even if you end up closing the pull request for something else, or refactoring the code entirely, a good pull
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Our model, called GPT-2 (a successor to GPT), was trained simply to predict the next word in 40GB of Internet text. Due to our concerns about malicious applications of the technology, we are not releasing the trained model. As an experiment in responsible disclosure, we are instead releasing a much smaller model for researchers to
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I have a few rules for choosing non-fiction books: I won’t read a book promising to reveal the “insider secrets” of an organization or field. (The author only knows 1% of the secrets, and they’ll oversell them.) If I find a book too broad or challenging, I go down a reading level—or even find a
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Life hack: the measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine.Photo: Justin Sullivan (Getty) You, dear Lifehacker readers, are smart enough to know that measles is bad and that the measles vaccine is good. But there’s a lot of misinformation floating around, especially as the disease flares in Washington, Texas and New York. ​What to Do If There’s
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Senior Javascript Developer (React/NodeJs) Montreal, Canada (Quebec) ONSITE – Sponsoring Work Permits https://opslock.com/jobs Reach out directly at bryan@opslock.com We’re looking for someone who lives and breathes Javascript. This person will be joining a small team of passionate problem-solving developers building scalable web applications in React, React-Native, and NodeJS. We have funding, great architecture, and are
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Task Analytics | Fullstack engineer (JavaScript), Product designer / UX Engineer | New York / Norway | REMOTE, FULL TIME Task Analytics delivers actionable, human insights that help create, shape and impact your customers online experience. Task Analytics captures and analyzes customer intent to establish and align strategies across any organization. The culmination of years
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SEEKING WORK Location: Central America Remote: Yes Willing to relocate: maybe Technologies: /primary/ Ruby, Python, Rust, Elixir; /secondary/ C/C++, Go, Assembly, SQL, JavaScript; Résumé/CV: https://gildedhonour.com Email: https://nullurl.xyz/7jykCWMr ===================================== Hi, I’m Alex. I’ll solve your problem in something related to programming: 1) web/mobile/desktop, 2) data science/machine learning, 3) security & 4) blockchain/bitcoin. I’m stronger in the
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Location: Central America Remote: Yes Willing to relocate: maybe Technologies: /primary/ Ruby, Python, Rust, Elixir; /secondary/ C/C++, Go, Assembly, SQL, JavaScript; Résumé/CV: https://gildedhonour.com Email: https://nullurl.xyz/7jykCWMr ===================================== Hi, I’m Alex. I’ll solve your problem in something related to programming: 1) web/mobile/desktop, 2) data science/machine learning 3) security & 4) e-commerce/marketing I’m stronger in the first 2
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Photo: Victor Freitas (Pexels) Rejection WeekRejection sucks, but we all have to deal with it. Whether you’re the rejecter or the reject-ee, this week we’re providing a roadmap for handling rejection with grace. And look: If you reject our advice, that’s on you.   Three years ago, I injured my lower back while weightlifting (and again,
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Razorpay is hiring backend developer in Bangalore Razorpay is India’s first converged payments solution company. We act as the payments layer for businesses and provide end-to- end solutions required for operating payments at scale in their business models, not just as a software but as an actual extension of their business. Our clients characterize Razorpay
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After a while, I decided a write a short blog post about Linux binary reversing CTFs in general. How to approach a binary and solving for beginners. I personally am not a fan of Linux reverse engineering challenges in general, since I focus more time on Windows reversing. I like windows reverse engineering challenges more.
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Soaking dried beans is a somewhat controversial topic. Some people swear by it, insisting that it reduces gas (eh, maybe) and removes toxins (it definitely does not), but the only guaranteed benefit is shorter cooking time. Still, that’s not nothing, especially if you need dinner on the table ASAP. You Don’t Have to Soak Dried
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Location: Brenham, TX Remote: Yes Willing to relocate: Yes Technologies: React, Node.js, JavaScript, TypeScript, Python, Go, C, Linux Resume: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1LTMvvRafuAp9xp4vyaoY-WkaH0o… Email: piperswe at gmail dot com Hi! I’m trying to break in to the software industry, and would not just be willing to but love to relocate anywhere in the US to do so. Here’s
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January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018 Every year, Reddit produces a Transparency Report to provide users with information about the types of requests that we receive from third parties that want Reddit to disclose user data or remove content from the platform. Reddit takes the privacy of its users seriously. Reddit therefore insists on
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How complicated can one little checkbox be? I mean it’s just OH MY GOD YOU CAN’T EVEN IMAGINE. For starters, Google invented an entire virtual machine – essentially a simulated computer inside a computer – just to run that checkbox. That virtual machine uses their own language, which they encrypt twice. This is no simple
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Winter is in full effect, and with it, the problem of salt lining our every sidewalk and street, unless of course, you live in a state where seasonal differences are virtually absent (I’m jealous). While salt helps us avoid pile-ups by melting snow, salt regularly contaminates our water sources, damages our environment, and affects our
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Since the introduction of Swift in 2014 and over five major releases, it has matured a lot. The tooling is better and many teams have either completely switched to Swift and away from Objective-C, or are mixing between both with all new code being written in Swift. Swift leverages programming patterns and language features that
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Late last month, France’s National Data Protection Commission (CNIL) — the nation’s Data Protection Authority (DPA) — levied a record €50-million GDPR fine against Google. The GDPR violations at issue, per CNIL, arose from data abuses involving how users’ Android accounts were configured, how their mobile data was handled, and how their consent to so handle their
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Human ResourceAdvice for navigating the modern workplace   Getting fired pretty much always stinks. But there’s something distinctly humbling about being fired from your gig as a workplace advice columnist. I know, because it happened to me. Okay, I wasn’t technically fired. I was a freelance contributor, not a staffer. Still, the net effect was the
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The Muse is the most trusted and beloved career platform, connecting individuals and companies on a more authentic level. We support over 75 million people looking to craft meaningful careers through TheMuse.com and our employer partners. Smart companies work with us to attract today’s top talent, giving candidates the information they need to find the
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Salt has its uses: It flavors food, keeps us from dying of a sodium deficiency (rare but real), and, well, that’s about it. And that’s true whether the salt is white or pink. Oh but pink salt comes from the Himalayas. That sure sounds exotic, but it’s not like it’s better just because it comes
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Rejection WeekRejection sucks, but we all have to deal with it. Whether you’re the rejecter or the reject-ee, this week we’re providing a roadmap for handling rejection with grace. And look: If you reject our advice, that’s on you.   The nuances of managing relationships on social media can give anyone a headache. And while I
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Rejection WeekRejection sucks, but we all have to deal with it. Whether you’re the rejecter or the reject-ee, this week we’re providing a roadmap for handling rejection with grace. And look: If you reject our advice, that’s on you.   Telling people to drink more water is a lazy and mostly useless health hack. You’ll drink
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U.S. Equal Opportunity Employment Information (Completion is voluntary) Individuals seeking employment at Gusto are considered without regards to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status, gender identity, or sexual orientation. You are being given the opportunity to provide the following information in order to help us
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Cloudflare | Kubernetes Software Engineer| San Francisco | ONSITE | FULL TIME We are looking for senior engineers to help build and scale our Kubernetes infrastructure. K8s experience isn’t mandatory, experience in other similar cloud/container infrastructure projects could be transferable. Should be comfortable writing and debugging code, Go is a plus. Come join us and
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NEWS 12 February 2019 Abandoned projects and delayed research have become common problems as security issues crop up across the country. Emiliano Rodríguez Mega Search for this author in: Astronomical research is put on pause at the Large Millimeter Telescope in Mexico due to gang violence.Credit: Meridith Kohut/NYT/Redux/eyevine For astronomers at the Large Millimeter Telescope
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Tovala Android Developer About you:– You have outstanding engineering talent, shown by great results, cool side projects, or open source contributions.– You’ve developed an Android application before– You have a background in API design / consumption.– You have experience working with designers and bridging the gap between graphic design and technical implementation.– You have strong
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Location: Denver, CO Remote: Yes Willing to relocate: No Technologies: Angular, Node.js, MongoDB, JavaScript, jQuery Resume: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jKKkK6u4JFUd9Ern6ImxBPYU… Email: kylebnazario at gmail dot com I work in news but am changing fields to frontend development. I know Angular and Node inside and out and need a foot in the door. Hoping a fellow HN reader can
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Photo: Matt Rourke (AP) Trying to learn a new language, but can’t find the time? Give your binge-watching a whole new purpose and learn the basics of Japanese, Spanish, or German while marathoning a Netflix show or movie. Who says time on Netflix has to be unproductive? Using the Google Chrome extension, Language Learning with
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SEEKING WORK | Full-stack Designer and Developer Location: NYC or Remote Email: jason@maur.co Portfolio: https://maur.co Resume: https://maur.co/resume.pdf I have over a decade of experience with front-end and back-end development in Javascript, PHP, SQL/NoSQL, HTML/CSS, some newer languages such as Swift and Go, devops in AWS and Terraform, and UX/design/branding.
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pip 19.0 has been released on 22nd January 2019. On the feature list most notably it now supports PEP-517, which by default is turned on when that the project has a pyproject.toml at the root folder. The PEP in question has been created in 2015 and accepted in 2017. Even though it took a while
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Fuze | Senior Front End Developer | Ottawa, ON, Canada | ONSITE Full-time Fuze is a global, cloud-based unified communications platform that empowers productivity and delivers insights across the enterprise by enabling simplified business voice communications, flexible video conferencing and always-on collaboration. Fuze allows the modern, mobile workforce to seamlessly communicate anytime, anywhere, across any
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Photo: AP Photo/Richard Vogel Recently, my teenage daughter and I had brunch at a well-known restaurant in Soho. As we waited for our breakfast to arrive, I noticed a sign on the table. “Put CBD in your coffee!” was in bold red letters. I realized as I sipped my coffee that, although CBD oils and
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The words “cocktail safety” probably evoke memories of singed eyebrows from an errant flaming shot and nothing more, but it turns out that your fancy beverage could contain more than a few potentially dangerous ingredients. Thankfully, there’s a new website that aims to help industry professionals and aspiring mixologists alike navigate the complicated, largely unregulated
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Rejection WeekRejection sucks, but we all have to deal with it. Whether you’re the rejecter or the reject-ee, this week we’re providing a roadmap for handling rejection with grace. And look: If you reject our advice, that’s on you.   Look, sometimes gyms suck. Your gym might not have the equipment you need, it might be
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Linux 143 KB (coming soon) Blazing fast Volt can handle hundreds of thousands of messages without lag. You can scroll to any point in the conversation instantly and search across thousands of messages in milliseconds. Light Volt is a native desktop app that weighs about 200 KB and has minimal CPU and RAM usage. All
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More security news A Google top security engineer has revealed today that hackers have been launching attacks against iPhone users using two iOS vulnerabilities. The attacks have happened before Apple had a chance to release iOS 12.1.4 today –meaning the two vulnerabilities are what security experts call “zero-days.” The revelation came in a tweet from
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No, the problem isn’t “bad coders” Sean GriffinBlockedUnblockFollowFollowing Feb 12 A recent blog article discussed the fact that 70% of all security bugs in Microsoft products are due to memory safety vulnerabilities. A lot of the comments I’ve seen on social media boil down to “The problem isn’t the use of a memory unsafe language, but
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Senior Software Developer – LONDON – ONSITE, Up to £70k Reorg: https://jobs.lever.co/reorgresearch/2ec0c675-4088-4f85-b7da-… FinTech start up, NY based, now 40 in London, recently acquired Debt Explained and growing the team. Python/Django 3yrs+ required. Rest API exp a bonus. Platform that provides real time financial information on high risk businesses to subscribers. Best to e-mail me: jmorrison@reorg.com
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Human Resources Assistant J This position is located in the Human Resources Section (“HRS”), Registry, of the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (“IRMCT”) Arusha branch. Within delegated authority, under the daily supervision of the Human Resources Officer and the technical guidance of the Chief, Human Resources Section the Human Resources Assistant for the Arusha
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This post discusses new Wolfram Language features from the upcoming release of Version 12. Copyable input expressions and a downloadable notebook version of this post will be available when Version 12 is released. New Archive Conversion Utility in Version 12 Soon there will be 100,000 questions on MathOverflow.net, a question-and-answer site for professional mathematicians! To
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Amazon is about to expand its smart home offerings in a big way. The company just announced its intention to acquire Bay Area-based home mesh router startup, Eero. It’s a pretty clear fit for the online retailer as it pushes to make Alexa a feature in the connected home. The move also makes sense for
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Photo: Lynne Sladky (AP) Recycling can be a little complicated as it is—it’s never as easy as throwing plastic in a plastics recycling bin. Most curbside recycling programs don’t accept plastic bags, for example. And now, you have another thing to avoid recycling: Amazon’s plastic packaging. According to a Washington Post report, Amazon’s new, non-recyclable
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Image: Matt Miller Around 70 percent of all the vulnerabilities in Microsoft products addressed through a security update each year are memory safety issues; a Microsoft engineer revealed last week at a security conference. Memory safety is a term used by software and security engineers to describe applications that access the operating system’s memory in
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Best Deals of the DayThe best deals from around the web, updated daily.    We see a lot of deals around the web over on Kinja Deals, but these were our ten favorites today. Monday’s Best Deals: Succulents, Sous Vide, Samsung MicroSD, and More Anker headphones, men’s skin care products, and board games lead off
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Image: Tirachard Kumtanom (Pexels) Rejection WeekRejection sucks, but we all have to deal with it. Whether you’re the rejecter or the reject-ee, this week we’re providing a roadmap for handling rejection with grace. And look: If you reject our advice, that’s on you.   I’ve gotten very good at saying no to second dates, largely because
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Nature | News Sharing Craig Venter’s creation comes as CRISPR gene-editing methods provide alternative ways to tinker with life’s building blocks. 24 March 2016 Article tools Michael Lewis/Corbis Outline Synthetic biologist Craig Venter, whose team embarked on its quest to whittle life down to its bare essentials two decades ago. Genomics entrepreneur Craig Venter has
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Rejection WeekRejection sucks, but we all have to deal with it. Whether you’re the rejecter or the reject-ee, this week we’re providing a roadmap for handling rejection with grace. And look: If you reject our advice, that’s on you.   Watching our kids get rejected, especially by their own peers, is among the most heart-wrenching parts
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Illustration: TayebMEZAHDIA (Pixabay) Rejection WeekRejection sucks, but we all have to deal with it. Whether you’re the rejecter or the reject-ee, this week we’re providing a roadmap for handling rejection with grace. And look: If you reject our advice, that’s on you.   I have to deal with so much stupid on social media, it makes
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February 11, 2019 We’re excited to announce that we’ll be holding a small number of interviews for the Summer 2019 batch of YC in New York City on February 23. This will be the first in a series of interviews we do in cities outside the Bay Area. We’ll start with New York and will
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Rejection WeekRejection sucks, but we all have to deal with it. Whether you’re the rejecter or the reject-ee, this week we’re providing a roadmap for handling rejection with grace. And look: If you reject our advice, that’s on you.   We’ve tried lots of techniques over the years to solidify a new habit. Tying up your
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Screenshot: Fox Rejection WeekRejection sucks, but we all have to deal with it. Whether you’re the rejecter or the reject-ee, this week we’re providing a roadmap for handling rejection with grace. And look: If you reject our advice, that’s on you.   The mystery of love is dwarfed by the far greater mystery of how to
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What’s worse than getting yourself to the gym after a long workday? Getting yourself to the gym in the midst of a polar vortex. As temperatures drop, getting to the gym feels like the Everest of physical tasks. Why subject yourself to fluorescent lighting and mysterious smells when you can stay in bed, underneath the
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About Us At Close we’re building the sales communication platform of the future. We’ve built a next-generation CRM that eliminates manual data entry and helps sales teams close more deals. Close is currently a ~33 person fully distributed team spanning across 16 states and 13 countries! We are profitable and building a product our customers love.
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Boston Consulting Group Gamma | Senior Software Engineer | Paris or London | Full-Time | ONSITE You will be responsible for advanced software solutions to support BCG Gamma’s analytics platform and clients. Your strong analytical skills and ability to develop innovative problem solving solutions will support mission critical decision analytics for our clients. Additional responsibilities
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SEEKING WORK | Cloud, Infrastructure Automation, and DevOps-related engineering and consulting Location: REMOTE, USA (Eastern TZ, UTC-5) I am a very experienced technologist currently managing and team lead for a cloud engineering team for a Fortune 500 company. I have worked as a developer, as well as engineering Linux systems, storage and virtualization, networking, and
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SEEKING WORK — CONTENT WRITER/COPYWRITER SEEKS NON-TECHIE GIG(S)! Location: Gaithersburg, MD (near Bethesda/Washington DC) Remote: Preferred Willing to relocate: Yes Technologies: I can barely count to 10 on my fingers! Résumé/CV: http://www.BRILLIANCER.com Email: info@brilliancer.com Thanks for reading. You may be thinking I took a wrong turn to end up here, but I figure it’s worth
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150 Comments By Josh Chin Josh Chin The Wall Street Journal Biography @joshchin Josh.Chin@wsj.com Feb. 9, 2019 12:00 a.m. ET The global internet is splitting in two. One side, championed in China, is a digital landscape where mobile payments have replaced cash. Smartphones are the devices that matter, and users can shop, chat, bank and
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read The manager’s path I bought and read The Manager’s Path by the awesome Camille Fournier when it first came out. At the time, I was a senior Database Engineer aspiring to become a principal engineer in my organization. At SendGrid, principal engineer and principal engineer 2 are manager and director level roles respectively without
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Welcome to the Lagom LCD monitor test pages. With the test images on these pages, you can easily adjust the settings of your monitor to get the best possible picture quality. Additionally, there are a number of test images that can help you to judge the image quality of a monitor. You can check the
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Since a growing number of people have been asking me “when” Wayland will be fully supported on Adélie, I felt like I should clear up all the lies that Wayland’s development have apparently made in to folklore. 1. “Wayland can’t be keylogged, unlike X11.” Apparently, some people think that X11 is insecure because it allows
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SEEKING WORK Location: Algiers, Algeria (UTC+1) Remote: Yes Willing to relocate: Yes Technologies: C#, .NET, Azure, ASP.NET, Web API, Python, JavaScript. Malware Analysis, Penetration Testing, Web Security. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/medkamelbouzekria/ Github : https://github.com/thesilvereagle Website : http://medkamelbouzekria.com Resume : https://1drv.ms/b/s!AhcSMseX4W6mjkvRVGodi-0HbhCt Email: medkamelbouzekria@gmail.com / medkamelbouzekria@hotmail.fr Hi, my name is Mohamed Kamel and I’ve been working professionally as a
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Summary: Stick to whichever library you already have on your CLASSPATH. If you get a choice, Reactor is preferable, RxJava 2.x is still a good alternative Unless you’re on Android, then RxJava 2.x is your only choice Table of contents: API Type-safety Checked exceptions Testing Debugging Spring support Android development Maturity Summary Many people ask
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SEEKING WORK Location: Algiers, Algeria (UTC+1) Remote: Yes Willing to relocate: Yes Technologies: C#, .NET, Azure, ASP.NET, Web API, Python, JavaScript. Malware Analysis, Penetration Testing, Web Security. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/medkamelbouzekria/ Github : https://github.com/thesilvereagle Website : http://medkamelbouzekria.com Resume : https://1drv.ms/b/s!AhcSMseX4W6mjkvRVGodi-0HbhCt Email: medkamelbouzekria[at]gmail[dot]com / medkamelbouzekria[at]hotmail[dot]fr Hi, my name is Mohamed Kamel and I’ve been working professionally as a
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Lakes that reliably freeze every winter Lakes that no longer freeze every winter Each dot represents one lake. Global warming is melting glaciers in Greenland and Antarctica, but for millions of people, ice is vanishing closer to home as lakes lose their winter cover. In a study published last week in the journal Nature Climate
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How to share your git hooks and config with your team members and put them under version control Demo # change your 'core.hookspath' to the tracked 'hooks' directory $ git config --global core.hookspath hooks # clone the repository $ git clone https://github.com/stefanhoelzl/commit-git-hooks-and-config $ cd commit-git-hooks-and-config # use the custom alias defined in .gitconfig $ git
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Image: Pexels Over the past few years a good number of my vacations have turned into more of a “we’ll go one weekend” thing rather than a need to make a vacation fit into a particular time frame. That’s to say that rather than looking for flights for a specific weekend in October to make
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We’re Lawn Love — a digital marketplace for lawn care and gardening services. We’re like Uber or Lyft for the lawn care space. We launched four years ago, and are now one of the fastest growing tech companies in San Diego. We’ve raised funding from world-class investors like Y Combinator, Bullpen Capital, Joe Montana, Alexis
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About Mino Games Mino Games is a free-to-play mobile gaming studio that produced the top 50 grossing mobile game Mino Monsters, with over 13 million downloads. We create deeply engaging, widely appealing games for millions of fans. Our key development studio is in Montreal, QC. We are a small group of passionate engineers and artists,
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Zeus – Flawless Stays. Founded in November 2015 and based in San Francisco, California, Zeus is shaking up the $12b corporate housing industry through its unique strategy of leasing unfurnished, privately-owned homes and converting them into expertly appointed, full-service corporate housing units for today’s global professional. We’re passionate about delivering world-class customer service and becoming
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Screenshot: IRS The Affordable Care Act requires applicable large employers—or an organization that employs at least 50 workers full time—to send Form 1095-C, “Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage,” to employees. If you’ve worked full time for a company for at least one month of the year, you’ll receive the form in addition to your
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Photo: Claire Lower There is no such thing as a “girly” drink. There are sweet drinks, bitter drinks, fruity drinks, and stiff drinks, but the gender of a drink will always be fluid. Even pink drinks (which the unimaginative are quick to label as “girly”) are just that—pink. Just as color is not indicative of
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Graphic: Nick Douglas (My Brand New Logo) If you need a public-facing logo for your business, one that will appear on signs and stationery and ads, one you and your customers will see every day you work, then you should get it professionally designed for several hundred (or thousand) dollars. If you only need something
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About Zendar: At Zendar, we are working on a high-resolution imaging radar system that allows self driving cars to see through fog, rain and snow. We are a team of software engineers, electrical engineers, mechanical engineers and researchers pushing the boundaries of what a radar can see. Job Description: We are looking for an FPGA
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Downloads: Windows | Mac | Linux 64-bit: .tar.gz .deb .rpm | Linux 32-bit: .tar.gz .deb .rpm Welcome to the January 2019 release of Visual Studio Code. There are a number of significant updates in this version that we hope you will like, some of the key highlights include: If you’d like to read these release
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Enlarge / A 2020 Land Rover Evoque parked on a drawbridge over the Chicago River. Jaguar Land Rover CHICAGO—At the Chicago Auto Show, Land Rover took the wraps off the newly redesigned Range Rover Evoque. Originally introduced for the 2011 model year, the second-generation subcompact SUV has undergone a complete makeover, featuring a hybrid powertrain
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CapitalOne | Software Engineer, Senior Software Engineer, and above! | McLean, VA, DC Area | ONSITE | Full-Time At Capital One, we’re building a leading information-based technology company. Still founder-led by Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Richard Fairbank, Capital One is on a mission to help our customers succeed by bringing ingenuity, simplicity, and humanity
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7 Cups’ mission is to empower every human to care for one another. Since graduating Y-Combinator in 2013, 7 Cups’ has significantly expanded access to emotional support and behavioral health. We are currently the largest mental health system in the world. Millions of people from almost every country on the planet (191/195) in 152 different
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How I Landed a Software Engineering Job in a Year Andrew NgoBlockedUnblockFollowFollowing Feb 7 Many of us think the path to becoming a software engineer requires years of education and an extremely high IQ. While software engineering is one of the brightest professions, don’t let that discourage you from learning to code and becoming a software
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Wikimedia Foundation | Senior Operations Engineer | San Francisco or Remote The Wikimedia Cloud Services team maintains Infrastructure as a Service (OpenStack), Platform as a Service (Kubernetes, Son of Grid Engine), and numerous Data as a Service (MySQL/MariaDB, etc) products. The team works in partnership with the larger Wikimedia volunteer community to manage the physical
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Over the years, we’ve said a lot of hellos. (Or, more accurately, “Hey there’s.”) Our first was in 2012, with a big hello to Kansas City. Then, in 2014, Austin and Provo. After that came Charlotte, Atlanta, Orange County, Salt Lake City, Raleigh-Durham, Nashville. Most recently, in 2017, it was hello to Huntsville, Louisville and
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Introduction Any application or website that sees significant growth will eventually need to scale in order to accommodate increases in traffic. For data-driven applications and websites, it’s critical that scaling is done in a way that ensures the security and integrity of their data. It can be difficult to predict how popular a website or
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Screenshot: Netflix/Lifehacker I can’t possibly want to follow almost 4,000 people on Twitter. If I followed fewer people, my timeline would be less chaotic and anxiety-inducing. But I have a hard time unfollowing! That’s why I test so many different tools for just this function. And right now, the Marie Kondo-themed tool Tokimeki Unfollow is
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We touch our phones some 2,617 times a day (yep, that includes every swipe and tap). We take them with us everywhere: bathrooms, gyms, subways, and buses. They’re like an extra limb or appendage. And while most of us think to clean doorknobs, faucets, or anything else in contact with our hands, we rarely think
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Image: Haywire Group If you have a child who struggles with anxiety, consider getting them a stuffed animal that will eat their worries away. “Worry Eaters” are a modern, monster-y twist on Guatemalan worry dolls, to which children confide their worries before placing them under their pillows at night. Guatemalan worry dolls, it is said,
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Image: Shutterstock When I was a kid, I stumbled across this site called “AllAdvantage” that promised to give you cash for running an obnoxious banner ad at the top or bottom of your operating system. Naturally, I ran that sucker 24 hours a day, using a tiny utility to simulate mouse movements so the advertising
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The Muse is the most trusted and beloved career platform, connecting individuals and companies on a more authentic level. We support over 75 million people looking to craft meaningful careers through TheMuse.com and our employer partners. Smart companies work with us to attract today’s top talent, giving candidates the information they need to find the
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Razorpay is India’s first converged payments solution company. We act as the payments layer for businesses and provide end-to- end solutions required for operating payments at scale in their business models, not just as a software but as an actual extension of their business. Our clients characterize Razorpay as the entity which builds the future
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Source is a Y Combinator and Initialized Capital backed B2B marketplace that connects e-commerce businesses with sources of bulk inventory to resell, starting with excess inventory from large retailers.Some of the largest retailers in the world, as well as wholesale and closeout suppliers, sell their excess inventory on our marketplace. But we have big plans
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BusinessVPN | Go Engineer | Anywhere, REMOTE | FULL-TIME | https://www.businessvpn.com BusinessVPN is building a next-generation cybersecurity solution for SMBs that want the ease-of-use of a consumer VPN (On/Off), but need centralized management, powerful web filtering, and end-to-end encrypted audit logging. We are growing the team and adding a Golang engineer to work on our
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If you’re just starting out as a Web Developer, it’s likely that you’re competing against people who can do many of the same things you can. Building a strong, unique personal brand is the first step to standing out from the crowd. If you can’t distinguish yourself as the only person who can do something,
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Most popular writing about video games tends to be experiential, focusing on the relationship of the player to the game. There’s nothing wrong with that, of course, but it’s worth recognizing that video games are often team projects that involve technical, artistic, financial, and managerial coordination. They’re similar to movies in that respect. And if
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Every morning, Lena Forsen wakes up beneath a brass-trimmed wooden mantel clock dedicated to “The First Lady of the Internet.” It was presented to her more than two decades ago by the Society for Imaging Science and Technology, in recognition of the pivotal—and altogether unexpected—role she played in shaping the digital world as we know
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Jump to navigation Jump to search The “My Way” killings are a social phenomenon in the Philippines, referring to a number of fatal disputes which arose due to the singing of the song “My Way“, popularized by Frank Sinatra (peaking at #27 on Billboard Hot 100 in 1969),[1] in karaoke bars. A New York Times
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Today, Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA) said he would “soon” introduce a bill to permanently reinstate the net neutrality rules that were repealed by the Federal Communications Commission, led by chairman Ajit Pai, in 2017. Markey’s announcement comes as a federal court is set to hear oral arguments over the FCC’s repeal of net neutrality regulations
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Using Transfer-Learning to Detect Yoga Poses NhoralBlockedUnblockFollowFollowing Jan 31 Photo by Juliette Leufke on Unsplash Disclaimer: This article is more about a practical use for Transfer Learning, and not an in-depth exploration of neural networks. If any of this interests you, I highly recommend taking Jeremy Howard’s amazing course — Practical Deep Learning for Coders. Exercises tend to have
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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! No, not Christmas—the Super Bowl! And what does that mean for those of us who don’t watch sports? A free Maroon 5 concert. And free food! All over the country, restaurants and fast-food chains are offering the best deals on game day snacks—you’ll never have to make
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Photo: Drew Angerer (Getty) Fentanyl recently became the deadliest drug in America, according to a CDC report in December. Fentanyl, a synthetic opioid, is sometimes mixed into other illicit drugs, but it’s far more potent than what it’s usually mixed with. This means that a dose that seemed safe(ish) can be deadly, but you wouldn’t
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Image: Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images On Sunday, the Los Angeles Rams will take on the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII. The game marks the first the Rams have been in the Super Bowl in 17 years. The Patriots, of course, seem to make it to the big game quite often. They lost last
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Messaging on Android is a mess. iPhone users have it easy. iMessage comes preinstalled, and it achieves more than even the best messaging apps on Android. iMessage is end-to-end encrypted, it supports SMS, and it’s packed with features that range from gimmicky (Animoji) to can’t-live-without-it useful (Memoji). The experience of one iPhone user messaging another
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Photo: A.A. Newton Buffalo wings and the Super Bowl go together like peanut butter and jelly, and nobody knows this like vegetarian football fans. As much as I love Buffalo cauliflower “wings,” they’re really best when deep-fried, which is a technique that doesn’t mix with alcohol consumption. Luckily, God gave us Buffalo chicken dip. All
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Rescale is a hyper-growth company, growing 30% every month, working with the world’s transformative executives, IT leaders, engineers, and scientists to securely manage product innovation to be first to market. Rescale is the leader in enterprise big compute in the cloud, has over 125 Global 2000 enterprise customers including 4 of top 5 largest global
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When I tell people I work from home, they’re often jealous. Having worked in an office for years, I get it. But there are some things about working remotely that do actually suck. Of course there are some sweet, sweet perks to working remotely that I will summarize here: no commute, flexible eating schedule, pajamas
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Nurx is looking for a thought leader to launch and oversee a new research group within the company focused on applying machine learning tooling to improve the effectiveness of the Nurx medical team. Our intent is to apply the large database of patient information we have gathered to streamline the process of diagnosing disease, reduce
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CrowdAI (YC S16) Is Hiring a Machine Learning Software Engineer 20 hours ago | hide As a Machine Learning Software Engineer, you would be one of the first employees of CrowdAI. You’ll be working on large-scale computer vision problems, turning new ideas and the latest research into industry-leading enterprise solutions. You will be applying state
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Screenshot: Hitch (Columbia Pictures) Dating’s hard enough. Add a severe food allergy and the prospect of a swollen air passage in the middle of a date, and not only have you found the holy grail of romantic disasters, but you’ve landed square on it and without a parachute. How to Eat Around the World Safely
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Info-graphic taken from Peter Turchin, “The Double-Helix of Inequality and Well-Being,” Social Evolution Forum (8 February 2013) Recently in a discussion at a different venue I wrote the following: I am extremely pessimistic about the near term (2015-2035) future of both of the countries I care most about and follow most closely, but very optimistic
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A Polar Vortex is descending upon the midwest, making parts of it literally colder than Mars. This is a potentially life-threatening weather pattern that holds particular danger for people without housing. Here’s how you can help. The Polar Vortex Could Bring Life-Threatening Cold to the Midwest Next Week If you live in the Midwest, I’m
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👩‍💻🚀 Auto-Enriching Typeform CRM Using Webhooks Combined with Clearbit & Clay Nicolae RusanBlockedUnblockFollowFollowing Jan 30 If you need any help getting setup, or you’re not as familiar with code but want to have this type of auto-enriching CRM, just send us a ping on Clay’s Intercom chat http://clay.run or join our Slack at http://slack.clay.run and we’ll
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Uncovering PHP bugs with @template Matt BrownBlockedUnblockFollowFollowing Jan 30 This guide discusses functionality available in two PHP static analysis tools: Psalm (from Vimeo), and Phan. PHPStan has plans to support templated types in an upcoming version. At a former job I wrote a load of C# code, and I really enjoyed playing around with generic
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With the click of a mouse and a loud bang, I blasted jets of super-hot, ionized gas called plasma into one another at hundreds of miles per second. I was sitting in the control room of a fusion energy startup called TAE Technologies, and I’d just fired its $150 million plasma collider. That shot was
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I just didn’t want to take another look at you.Screenshot: Warner Bros. Pictures You haven’t seen Bohemian Rhapsody!? That’s fine. The Lifehacker staff gathered our collective 2018 movie-watching experience, and named the Oscar-nominated movies that you can safely skip—including ones we ourselves did not even watch. You can actually safely skip any movie, ever, that’s
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Photo: Courtesy of the Diaper Bank of North Carolina Although federal workers who’ve gone all month without a paycheck during the government shutdown are expected to be paid this week, diaper banks are still working tirelessly to distribute diapers to their families. Officials at the Diaper Bank of North Carolina expect to distribute an extra
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Photo: A.A. Newton I’ve heard tell of a big sporting event this weekend and, if you plan on gathering people to watch it at your home, you are going to need some snacks. Luckily, we have a lot of those around here. Build This Snack Stadium If You Are Insane and Also an Architect Do
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