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Drew Alden - Looking for Work!
Security Analyst, Threat Mgmt, Windows, Web, & Embedded Developer, Phone Guru, Hobbyist EE, Maker, Gamer, . If it has wires in it I've worked with it.
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Drew Alden - Looking for Work! 22h
Replying to @MrRobotBadge
that movie is the shit
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Drew Alden - Looking for Work! Nov 12
I agree with the notion that there is no one correct way to use git. Consider that github is not just for work, many open source projects are community-developed and have a bus factor of 1 / low-availability devs that just don't merge branches despite completeness / popularity.
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Drew Alden - Looking for Work! Nov 12
Someone with a brain addresses tipping.
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Drew Alden - Looking for Work! Nov 12
Replying to @sawaba @Miller_Geek
Being able to install software would be nice too..
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Drew Alden - Looking for Work! Nov 12
Don't believe me? Windows and Mac users never have to open a terminal. Ever. Try that on nix. If the user ever has to open a terminal in 2018, hell even in 2000, you have failed as an OS. Until Linux devs learn how to UX, it will continue to be a geek power tool and nothing more.
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Drew Alden - Looking for Work! Nov 12
The OS(s) lack even a basic human-readable intuitive file system layout like Mac / Windows, often doesn't have simple UIs for basic things like installing / uninstalling software, managing network connections and devices, drivers, services, displays, finding files.
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Laurel Coons 🧬🧬🧬 Nov 10
Newsflash: 🦇Bats can swim 🦇And are surprisingly good at it 🦇Bats are capable of swimming in stressful situations if the need arises 🦇Some species, such as those belonging to the genus Pteropus (flying foxes), have been known to brave the water to secure a meal
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bon Nov 11
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Drew Alden - Looking for Work! Nov 12
Replying to @PHXSkyHarbor @TSA
Even at one of the furthest gates the queuing and walking was kept to a minimum. and should take notes from these guys.
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Drew Alden - Looking for Work! Nov 12
Props to for the first smooth security experience I've had in years. In and out in under 10 minutes including dog check, zero undressing zero unpacking. This I can deal with.
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Drew Alden - Looking for Work! Nov 10
Replying to @mrtwinkletwink
Then selling everything to me cuz I was too lazy to do any prep.
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Drew Alden - Looking for Work! Nov 9
Hey . Just stopping by to tell you goodbye. First the thing, now . You've demonstrated a pattern of anti-seller and anti-consumer behavior, so the business I was bringing you is going elsewhere. Fuck you and goodnight.
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BLAB Nov 6
Why does the fact live is down stop me from playing solo campaign on RDR2, a game I purchased and downloaded to my hard drive? what the hell?
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Zach Fredin Nov 4
thank you for hacking inkjet carts and nyancatting my arm <3
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Zach Fredin May 17
Today I release the design files for cyborg ring. At some point I'll launch a campaign to produce sweet kits, but if you want to build one today head to the repo and buckle up for some fun soldering. CC-BY-SA 4.0.
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༼つ◕_◕༽つ Gief Turkey ༼つ◕_◕༽つ Nov 6
<--vbox guest to host escape 0day making the rounds. Relies on E1000 drivers and NAT mode to be enabled on guest VM.
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Drew Alden - Looking for Work! Nov 6
Replying to @emilyincarnate
different seller probably? nice find! gone now.
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Drew Alden - Looking for Work! Nov 6
Replying to @aaronjangel @blenster
I use Chrome 100% of the time unless a dev was an idiot and/or lazy and the site requires an insecure or out of date browser, in which case Firefox usually does the trick. If it requires ActiveX or Flash, fuck it. Not worth.
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Drew Alden - Looking for Work! Nov 6
Replying to @aaronjangel @blenster
That or firefox/opera are acceptable answers when it comes to CSS-related problems. If your browser isn't following spec for CSS I'd hate to see what it's doing for other standards.
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Blenster Nov 6
I feel this in visceral ways. I've been making websites since 1995, so imagine that many years of frustration piled up:
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