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    Aaron Patterson
    Open source contributions include:
    ARel, Nokogiri, and Mechanize
    Aaron Patterson - AT&T Interactive
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    Dr Nic Williams
    Open source contributions include:
    Hudson.rb, RoR Textmate Bundle, and ChocTop
    Dr Nic Williams - Engine Yard
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Fifth Ave., will begin expanding into the adjacent 502 W. Fifth Ave. location, where The Alive Innovation Lab will be added. The lab will feature a room. 26, 2017" > > are still low Teacher shortage leaves schools searching for new ways to recruitColleges and universities are trying to figure out how to entice more people into the teaching careers to fill vacancies, a dilemma that down the road could pose ramifications throughout educational leadership. Department of Education data on the 2017 18 school year shows nearly every. 26, 2017" > >Old Blockbuster getting modern, industrial remodel for new ale houseWith black painted brick and gray and copper accents, the Up North Ale House should stand out when it opens near North Aurora Road and Raymond Drive, its owners say. The Naperville husband and wife team behind the new bar/restaurant hopes the modern, industrial look will attract customers to a. 26, 2017" > >Newcomer member of the month: Holly HogueEach month the Naperville Sun publishes a question and answer profile of a member of the Naperville Newcomers and Neighbors Club. The October member of the month is Holly Hogue. Tell us about yourself. I grew up in northwest Indiana and graduated from Indiana University. I moved to Chicago after. Wednesday, Sept. 27, at Anderson Bookshop, 123 W. Jefferson Ave. For more information,. 26, 2017" > >Psychiatrist testifies Naperville mom on trial killed kids out of anger, resentmentThe Naperville mother accused of killing two children committed the crimes out of anger and resentment and then feigned some psychotic symptoms that "looked like a bad Hollywood movie," a prosecution expert witness testified Monday at the woman murder trial. Dr. Alexander Obolsky spent all day. 26, 2017" > >River of Dreams: Childhood memories inspire kayak businessHigh adventure seemed always just around the river bend when Troy Cooper was growing up in Naperville. Decades later that same passion for hiking, biking, snowboarding and kayaking propelled Cooper and his wife, Kymberly, to create Naperville Kayak, a business dedicated to helping others explore. 23, 2017" > >Watch: 2017 Naperville Central Marching ClassicThe 11th Annual Naperville Central Marching Classic will take place on Saturday, Sept. 23. You can watch the event in its entirety below starting at noon. In addition to Naperville Central High School and North Central College, who will be participating in an exhibition fashion, the following 17. 23, 2017" > >Harvest Pow Wow celebrates the importance of tradition, nature at Naper SettlementDespite unseasonably warm temperatures reaching into the 90s, Native Americans donned ornate and colorful attire and shared their dancing and other traditions Saturday during the 23rd Annual Harvest Pow Wow at Naper Settlement. "If we lose our origins, we lose touch with where we came from," said. 23, 2017" > >Future uncertain for old Nichols Library after landmark status grantedLandmark status for the old Nichols Library ensures it can be demolished to make way for new development but what happens now with the 119 year old building remains unclear. "We obviously really disappointed with the decision the council made," said Deb Newman, spokeswoman for building owner/developer. 23, 2017" > >Indian festival introduces visitors to culture tastes, traditions in downtown NapervilleBob Guerra wanted to experience something different Saturday, and found exactly what he was seeking at the Tastes and Cultures of India in downtown Naperville. "I love Indian food and I have immense respect for the culture," said Guerra, an Evergreen Park resident who has been living with family. 22, 2017" > >Naperville arrest reportThese are arrests made recently by the Naperville Police Department. Thomas J. Aug. 30 at his home. James K. Smedegard, 68, of the 2700 block of Wolf River Court, was charged with DUI,. 22, 2017" > >Experts offer contradicting testimony in Naperville mom murder trialA Naperville woman was able to understand her actions the night she stabbed her son and a young girl to death a state expert witness testified Friday as the woman trial moved into its final phase. Elzbieta Plackowska was not legally insane when she killed her son, Justin, 7, and Olivia Dworakowski,. 22, 2017" > >Man held on $3 million bond following stabbing, sexual assault in Zion apartmentA Zion man was charged with attempted murder and aggravated criminal sexual assault on Friday after, police allege, he broke into a Galilee Avenue apartment, stabbed a man and sexually assaulted a woman he knew. According to a statement released Friday afternoon, officers responded just after midnight. 22, 2017" > >Woman charged with hate crime after allegedly spray painting swastikas on Bolingbrook mayor homeA woman has been charged with committing a hate crime after allegedly spray painting swastikas and anarchist symbols on the home of Bolingbrook Mayor Roger Claar, police said. Bolingbrook police on Wednesday discovered the mayor property and two other nearby locations had been vandalized with. 22, 2017" > >Construction starts Monday on Fourth Avenue Metra stationWork repairing the roof, exterior brick, fascia and soffit of the Fourth Avenue Metra train station near downtown Naperville is scheduled to start Monday. Construction on the 105 E. Fourth Ave. building is to take about six weeks, a news release from the city of Naperville said. It will be divided. 22, 2017" > >Oktoberfest at Naper Settlement expanding this year with third dayIf you can be in Germany for Oktoberfest this year, you can still hoist a beer mug and dine on a bratwurst at Naperville annual and newly expanded German fall celebration. Naper Settlement will again host Oktoberfest, with the two day event growing to three days Oct. 6 8 this year. . 22, 2017" > >Down to Business: Kids love train restaurant but owners cater to adultsBusiness: 2Toots Train Whistle Grill Address: 1567 N. 22, 2017" > >Naperville News DigestGhost Stories in the Park . In the Dark Summer Place Theatre annual "Ghost Stories in the Park . in the Dark" will be presented from Oct. 6 8 at the Riverwalk Grand Pavilion, 912 Sindt Court. 22, 2017" > >Social media fed false threat of violence at Waubonsie HS: Aurora policeAn Aurora Police Department spokesman Friday lashed out at social media users, saying they spread false rumors of pending violence at Waubonsie Valley High School. "There was a 17 year old (Waubonsie) senior who made some threatening comments toward a few nike outlet yvr other students," said Dan Ferrelli, the. 22, 2017" > >Naperville Park District to increase organic weedkiller use, limit RoundupResponding to environmental and health concerns raised by residents this summer, the Naperville Park District will expand its use of organic weedkillers and other products to maintain park grounds, officials said. For the next two years, eight of the district 137 parks will be treated with o