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Liutauras Vilda

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since Nov 12, 2014
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Recent posts by Liutauras Vilda

Welcome Padmapriya Dhandapani !

The rules (actually singular) are fairly simple to understand here at Ranch - "Be Nice". And that's all we have
14 hours ago
It's been a while... so we went and selected extremely helpful and well recognizable CodeRanch's community members and promoted them to Ranchers!

Please join us in congratulating these new Ranchers:


Mala Gupta, Mike Savvy, Joshua Bloch and John Matthews.


The crew of four! Thank you for your contributions to these forums and congratulations on the new titles.

Oh yeah, your herd of cattle is going to expand a little (in under the hood ), unfortunately you can't refuse them, so you'll have to take care of them


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What does the Rancher title mean?

This page https://coderanch.com/how-to/java/SaloonTitles has a brief description about it. Unlike the moderator titles (like Bartender, Sheriffs etc...) which have super powers associated with them, the Rancher title is more a token of appreciation for the members' contributions. However, the one notable power that a Rancher title brings in, is the ability to award cows to fellow members. So whenever you see a post which deserves a cow, please do make use of your powers and award them.
1 week ago
Hi Carlos, nice to see you around!

Have some raw beef for your great achievements and introduction!
2 weeks ago
During the lockdown was looking for some new things to experience and thought will get from a dealer some bike to try out. End up getting one.
Done some riding with it, a little over the month, and now it has a bit more than 1000 miles on a clock, so far it is a very raw experience which I do like.

Yes, it is underpowered comparing to most other bikes, especially noticeable after I test rode a few serious sport machines, but it has its own fun factors.

Does anyone else enjoy two wheels more than ever before during these times?
2 weeks ago
For others who may not know, OP stands for Original Poster, meaning whoever started the thread.
2 weeks ago

Monica Shiralkar wrote:something technical


That's not what you were asked: "Tell me something about yourself".

If you really want to lean towards your technical proficiency, you could try to divert the chat in some way, i.e.: "During my free time I spend a lot of time working on my personal projects where I had a change to learn some cool technologies..."

But you don't need to rush things as most likely you will be asked anyway to tell more about the things you do in your current work/role, or what you have learned during your studies or so.
2 weeks ago
@OP We have published your question/post in CodeRanch's August 2020 journal to ask community's opinion on that.

Please have a cow!
2 weeks ago
Cowgratulations, your post has been published in CodeRanch's August 2020 journal.
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Cowgratulations, your post has been published in CodeRanch's August 2020 journal.
Cowgratulations, your post has been published in CodeRanch's August 2020 journal.
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Cowgratulations, your post has been published in CodeRanch's August 2020 journal.
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Cowgratulations, your post has been published in CodeRanch's August 2020 journal.
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Cowgratulations, your post has been published in CodeRanch's August 2020 journal.
2 weeks ago
Congratulations to everybody!
2 weeks ago
After over a year's lapse, we decided to re-invent the Journal.  It is now an "editor's picks" format brought to you by the staff of JavaRanch.  Read what your favorite moderators think is hot!

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