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State of the Eagles: Evaluating the roster holes heading into 2018

With the 2018 NFL year officially set to begin on March 14, the Eagles front office have just over three weeks to determine which positions to address throughout the offseason. 510 more words

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JUnit 5 HYPE!

Recently I had an occasion to speak at our local Meet Up. Prior to this event i had to choose a topic of my presentation. As a group was though to be for both back-end and front-end developers, range of possibilities was wide. 1,015 more words

Penn State alumnus Stefen Wisniewski keeps dance fundraiser close to heart

Fresh off the Eagles’ Super Bowl win, Penn State alumnus Stefen Wisniewski made an appearance at THON, the annual 46-hour dance marathon at his alma mater that raises money and awareness for children and families combating pediatric cancer. 192 more words

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Eagles RT Lane Johnson doubles down on Patriots

Now that the Eagles have won the Super Bowl, the rest of the country is getting to see their colorful personalities more. It was right tackle Lane Johnson that proclaimed he would give everyone in Philadelphia a beer if the Eagles won the Super Bowl. 374 more words

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Ignore JUnit tests if variable value is null

I have a JUnit test class which runs 15 tests. 5 of the tests are optional in that I only wish to run them if a particular variable gets initialized by an argument. 204 more words

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Tedy Bruschi to Eagles: It takes more than celebrations and dog masks to go back-to-back

In response to Lane Johnson’s remarks about the Patriots being a “fear-based organization,” former Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi had some sharp-words for the Eagles offensive lineman during an appearance on ESPN’s “The Will Cain Show.” 472 more words

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Lane Johnson praises Eagles' fun atmosphere, calls Patriots a 'fear-based organization'

The Eagles and Patriots were total opposites during the week leading up to Super Bowl LII. Philadelphia was the new kid on the block while New England was appearing in their third Super Bowl in four years. 232 more words

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