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Getting Uphill on a Candle: Crushed Spines, Detached Retinas and One Small Step
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| by Brian Troutwine Follow 0 Followers on Jun 11, 2016 |

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Brian Troutwine discusses aeronautics research attempting to convince listeners that moonshot projects should not be considered independently of their organizations and history.

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Brian L. Troutwine is a software engineer with a focus on fault tolerance and real-time critical systems. He works extensively in Erlang and is a senior engineer with AdRoll on the real-time bidding project. Brian likes things that go boom on failure.

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