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Ian Littman
I solve problems with code. Mainly of the web variety. I'm also a bit of a network tech nerd. Well, nerd in general. I also help organize .
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Ian Littman 3h
I'm just a poor boy
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Ian Littman 3h
Wow. No kidding.
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Nomad PHP 4h
Achieving Undisturbed REST By: "Building an API is easy. Designing an API is hard." Date: July 20, 2018 Location: Online
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Ian Littman 16h
Clearwire. He wants to reinvent Clearwire. Cherry-picking urban areas on the same spectrum Clear used. And $10 says the $10 plans won't be for everyone...by the way, the big wireline companies have $10 low income plans of their own. So yeah, this is opportunistic BS.
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Ian Littman 21h
🔥, obviously (No, I don't use them in commit messages, though sometimes ASCII emoticons do happen)
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C. R. Oldham Jul 17
is hiring engineers for customer support. This is NOT a typical support gig, you get to solve hard problems for very, very smart customers and get to know our products and the code behind them. See for details! Remote or Local OK!
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Ian Littman Jul 17
Replying to @TheTrentHarvey
So, a CAsade?
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margaret ⚠️🌎🔥 staples Jul 17
If you're going to be in Detroit on Monday July 23, you are invited to join us for dinner and API hacking! RSVP here: Thanks to local orgs and for helping sponsor dinner and for providing the space!
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Ian Littman Jul 17
Replying to @CascadiaPHP @concrete5
Who's speaking though?
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Corey Quinn Jul 17
BREAKING: Soon Fargate for EKS will launch because someone crossed the streams and we're in looney-tunes territory.
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Ian Littman Jul 16
Replying to @TheTrentHarvey
For $75 per month AT&T will promise to do all of these things once they acquire whatever they want to acquire next.
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Ian Littman Jul 16
Replying to @SaraMG
Or maybe it's bNashvillr? You either got it or you ain't?
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Ian Littman Jul 16
Replying to @SaraMG
The "B" in Bnashville is silent. I wonder if it's the same "B" as is in Hattie B's.
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elePHPant Jul 16
"In this session we’ll jump right in, tackling the questions you need to answer, looking at how to design your API" Achieving Undisturbed REST By: Date: July 20, 2018 Location: Online
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Ian Littman Jul 16
Replying to @SilverEagleDev
...and you didn't even start that one :p
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Ian Littman Jul 16
Yep. I have a CPanel chared host that I throw random stuff on and iirc they have 7.2 and all the usual suspects ext wise.
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Ian Littman Jul 16
This is happening on Friday, y'all. Get your ticket (if only for the three other fine folks presenting, plus )
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Ian Littman Jul 15
Replying to @SilverEagleDev
How do I login to my own databas
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Ian Littman Jul 15
Replying to @esatts @communitynets
Wait...WiFi, or some non-802.11-based microwave link?
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jessie frazelle Jul 14
browsh () is the coolest project I've seen in a long time: docker run --rm -it (and only a ~300mb image) (this is from the chrome ssh extension connected to a nuc)
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