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bio website yarianluis.com
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Android developer for Hipmunk in San Francisco. Wannabe designer.

Past gigs include:

  • Software Developer for Amazon.com on Kindle Fire HDs, Seattle WA (Summer/Fall 2012)
  • Speech scientist coop for Vlingo, Cambridge MA (Summer/Fall 2011)

Nov
13
comment Eating in a long sport activity (scuba diving) to keep your strength up
I see. Thanks for the link. The more you know...
Nov
12
comment Eating in a long sport activity (scuba diving) to keep your strength up
Fair enough. But if PADI is not to be trusted, do you have any empirical sources that I could look at?
Nov
12
comment Eating in a long sport activity (scuba diving) to keep your strength up
I guess I assumed if you were an experienced tech diver using Nitrox or Trimix you would know about nutrition already.
Nov
12
comment Eating in a long sport activity (scuba diving) to keep your strength up
Am I missing something or is this question a joke? According to PADI scuba charts, a dive to 35 feet has a maximum allowable bottom time of 205 minutes, which is a bit over 3 hours. In reality you would not want to get so close to the limit and you would probably not go to just 35 feet. Unless there is something I don't know about, a 10 hour dive would kill you from nitrogren narcosis/poisoning. worlddivingreview.com/scuba-diving-and-nitrogen-narcosis
Nov
12
comment How do I tie a slackline with only carabiners and webbing?
+1 I used those same videos to learn my "primitive" setup. With just carabiners it is easy, you just have to tie it off where you would use the line lockers. Having said that, the line-lockers are very cheap and really worth it, they make it easy to untie, decrease the wear on the slackline and makes it look more elegant :)
Aug
11
comment Which knot for climbing: figure eight, yosemite bowline, bowline on a bight?
Aren't figure 9 knots essentially the same as figure eight but much easier to untie while loaded?