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I work for WV WV Office of EMS as a programmer and web developer. I've been programming since I was twelve. I use C#, Python, VB.net, VBA, VB6, C, C++ and SQL mostly.


Oct
29
answered A saying indicating how some professionals don't apply their skills for themselves
Oct
27
awarded  Mortarboard
Oct
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
27
answered “Fluctuates widely” or “fluctuates wildly”
Oct
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
26
answered Why “Greater Toronto” rather than “Great Toronto”
Oct
26
awarded  Good Answer
Oct
26
comment Wishing someone good luck in continuing something without yourself without sounding hypocritical or sarcastic
@T.E.D, sorry about that. The 'to' was left over from a previous revision, and my eyes didn't see it until you pointed it out. I agree the exclamation mark could be construed as unprofessional.
Oct
26
revised Wishing someone good luck in continuing something without yourself without sounding hypocritical or sarcastic
deleted 3 characters in body
Oct
26
answered What does “more cowbell” mean? Has it gotten the currency as an idiom or a buzz word?
Oct
26
answered Wishing someone good luck in continuing something without yourself without sounding hypocritical or sarcastic
Oct
25
comment Polite synonyms for “a——hole-ish” behavior
@Broiyan, my point in listing all of the above was to say that you would have to pick the exact meaning you wished to convey before picking a single synonym.
Oct
25
comment Is there a word for a person with only one head?
+1 for the touch of satire. I love it!
Oct
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
24
answered Polite synonyms for “a——hole-ish” behavior
Oct
20
answered Meaning of “to believe the impossible”
Oct
20
comment How are “i.e.” and “e.g.” pronounced?
@Greg, remember "Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum viditur," which translates into "Whatever is said in Latin sounds profound."
Oct
20
answered Word for opposing sides in a war
Oct
17
comment What is another word for “boss” for a company with a flatter hierarchy?
@T.E.D., you're right. He also didn't like the "Team Leader" moniker, so "Team Lead" is not much different. I would suggest "Team Facilitator."
Oct
17
answered What is another word for “boss” for a company with a flatter hierarchy?