Welcome Andrew Barnes

http://bit.ly/2IeH4JA Andrew Barnes aka @AndrewJBarnes has been on the #ServiceNow developer advocacy team for a few weeks but now is time for his formal introduction. It is truly a pleasure to have him aboard and helping push the ball down the field!

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Circle CI Scheduled Builds

We use CircleCI to build and publish our new Developer blog at https://developer.servicenow.com/blog.do. I struggled getting scheduled builds configured until I found this video that got it working perfectly in 2 minutes: http://bit.ly/2Icgukg Thanks, #CircleCI support!

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Gathering Developer Feedback

http://bit.ly/2Ict1nR We are actively gathering #ServiceNow developer feedback. Do you have suggestions for the future direction of developer tools? Let us know by following that link and we’ll feed them back to product managers! Let your voice be heard!

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LCHH for 2018-09-21

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LpaAJQaSppQ Live Coding Happy Hour for 2018-09-21 – @ctomasi building some Flow Designer Actions to do date manipulations. Join me and @AndrewJBarnes and Chuck! Friday afternoon, beer and #ServiceNow!

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Conway Flooding

Main Street was open and drivable a few hours ago and is now underwater. There are still 4 feet and 5 days before the Waccamaw River crests. It’s bad out there.

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Myrtle Dogs

I don’t care about the Cubs as a team but I will admit that when the Myrtle Beach Pelicans became an affiliate the hot dog game was improved radically.

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Myrtle Dogs

I don’t care about the Cubs as a team but I will admit that when the Myrtle Beach Pelicans became an affiliate the hot dog game was improved radically.

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On the Road

Okay Waze, I am at your mercy getting from Florence to the Charlotte airport. Wherever I am, I hope you know because I sure don’t.

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Welcome to Andrew

Little did @AndrewJBarnes know when he joined the #ServiceNow Developer Program his job responsibilities included playing darts with children. Welcome aboard Andrew!

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Evil Genius Chronicles Podcast for September 4 2018 – Aching to 14

In this episode, I play a song from the Joe Perry Project; I discuss my 14th anniversary as a podcaster, why podcasting was inevitable and why most of history is accidental; I talk about why your 40th is the last realistic birthday to be a big deal and the aches of getting older; I discuss the terrible American eating habits; I close with a bit of a status update on my DIY Bookscanner project.

Here is the direct MP3 download for the Evil Genius Chronicles podcast, September 4 2018

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