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Bike Theft Task Force leader has left PPB; future of unit unclear

A busy Bike Theft Task Force booth at a 2019 Sunday Parkways event. (Photos: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) “Due to a lack of funds/budget, our unit has been suspended and is currently unable to respond to bike theft needs in the community.”— Dave Sanders, Task Force founder and former PPB officer A vital part of Portland’s fight against the scourge of bicycle theft has been mothballed. Six years ago, as bike theft spun out of control in Portland, we brought people together to do somethin...
Tags: Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, City Hall, Sanders, Task Force, Portland Bureau of Transportation, Jonathan Maus, Larry O Dea, Bike Theft, Portland Bike Theft Task Force, Dave Sanders, BikeIndex, David Bryant, Facebook Marketplace


Betsy Wolfe, Clifton Duncan, Patrick Page, Carolee Carmello, Danny Burstein and More to Star in ESTELLA SCROOGE

Producers Michael Jackowitz of Witzend Productions, David Bryant and Michael Alden haveannounced that the new John Caird, Paul Gordon Christmas musical ESTELLA SCROOGE, A Christmas Carol With A Twist, takes to the stage this week....one actor at a time. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, BWW News Desk, Michael Jackowitz, David Bryant, ESTELLA SCROOGE, Michael Alden, John Caird Paul Gordon


There are 16 huge origami sculptures in Claremont

There are ponies galloping across the wildflower meadow at Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden in Claremont. On closer examination, you’ll notice that their metal folds replicate the intricate paper creations of origami. The horses are part of 16 works created by Jennifer and Kevin Box of Santa Fe, New Mexico in “Origami in the Garden²” Oct. 20-April 14. All of the pieces in the exhibit are based on traditional origami forms; some were made in collaboration with origami masters, such as Tim Armijo, ...
Tags: Art, Christina Aguilera, Disney, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jason Blum, Don, Bryant, Jennifer, Claremont, Santa Fe New Mexico, Michael Myers, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, Carol Stevens


You’ll Never Wish You Did Less

The world had never laid eyes on them before. Yet, there they were, in plain sight, for all to see. As photographers in helicopters took pictures of the previously uncontacted or lost tribes of the Amazon rainforest, the fear, amazement, and uncertainty in their faces was unforgettable. Spears were in hand and fingers were pointed upwards. I stared at the picture and contemplated a people and tribe that had lived in isolation from globalization and technological advancement for much of the ...
Tags: Minneapolis, Religion, Jesus, John, Christ, Matthew, Jesus Christ, Joshua, Bob Pierce, David Bryant, World Christian Movement, Matthew 9:36 Jesus, Robert Savage


Man cleared of raping 'chronic liar' demands police apology

David Bryant, 67, spent two-and-a-half years in prison following a false allegation.
Tags: News, David Bryant


Will WebAssembly Replace JavaScript? (slashdot)

On Tuesday Firefox 52 became the first browser to support WebAssembly, a new standard "to enable near-native performance for web applications" without a plug-in by pre-compiling code into low-level, machine-ready instructions. Mozilla engineer Lin Clark sees this as an inflection point where the speed of browser-based applications increases dramatically. An anonymous reader quotes David Bryant, the head of platform engineering at Mozilla. This new standard will enable amazing video games and hi...
Tags: News, Mozilla, Zen Garden, EditorDavid, David Bryant, Lin Clark


Will WebAssembly Replace JavaScript?

On Tuesday Firefox 52 became the first browser to support WebAssembly, a new standard "to enable near-native performance for web applications" without a plug-in by pre-compiling code into low-level, machine-ready instructions. Mozilla engineer Lin Clark sees this as an inflection point where the speed of browser-based applications increases dramatically. An anonymous reader quotes David Bryant, the head of platform engineering at Mozilla. This new standard will enable amazing video games and hi...
Tags: Tech, Mozilla, Zen Garden, David Bryant, Lin Clark


Geek Reading April 13, 2016 #1083

On Google Webmaster Central we get a nice feature from Google about deceptive download sites. Google continues to fight for a safer internet. Netflix shows us some really good ways to analyze performance using flame graphs. At KD Nuggets, they give us the “pocket guide” to data science. Obviously, data science is a lot bigger than that, but it is a nice overview. As always, enjoy today’s items, and please participate in the discussions on these sites. Startups, Career and Process Why Agile T...
Tags: Google, Netflix, Data Science, Docker, Bloom, Scala, Joe Duffy, Geek Reading, Java8, C#, KD Nuggets, JUnit, KD Nuggets Infrastructure Operations, Bloom Filter, Currying Functions, Database Integration Tests