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bio website regis.decamps.info
location France
age 34
visits member for 2 years, 8 months
seen Mar 3 at 11:27

I am a computer engineer at Banque de France, where I work on XBRL. I have some experience in Java, and I'm moving to python.

On my spare time, I develop an Android application that uses a REST service to notify users about public transport disruptions.


Nov
21
awarded  Scholar
Nov
21
accepted Are “power” and “clout” perfect synonyms?
Nov
21
asked Keep myself right on this train
Nov
21
awarded  Organizer
Nov
21
revised What emotions do :3 and :S convey?
tagged emoticon
Nov
21
suggested suggested edit on What emotions do :3 and :S convey?
Nov
21
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Nov
21
awarded  Critic
Nov
18
revised What is the equivalent of “Jack o'lantern” in British English?
deleted 63 characters in body
Nov
18
comment What is the equivalent of “Jack o'lantern” in British English?
I'm not a native English speaker
Nov
18
answered What is the equivalent of “Jack o'lantern” in British English?
Nov
18
comment Formally introducing yourself in an email
What's the point of giving your name when it is actually already available in the From field? Can't you write "Dear Mr Jones, I'm a code monkey, and I work..."
Nov
18
revised Dropping the subject from sentences
added references are samples
Nov
18
answered Dropping the subject from sentences
Nov
18
awarded  Teacher
Nov
18
comment When your 10-year old boy says “It’s meta,” what does it mean? In what situation and of what sort of object they use this phrase?
Yes meta-data is data about data, like attributes, properties.
Nov
18
comment Difference between “classical” and “classic”
Also note the idiom "That's a classic!", for a typical joke or funny situation
Nov
18
awarded  Editor
Nov
18
comment Is “sans” a drop-in replacement for “without”?
@BarrieEngland You are right, I removed this incorrect dating. Most likely, they have the same etymology, though. "sans" comes from "sinis", which is barbarian latin for "sine"
Nov
18
revised Is “sans” a drop-in replacement for “without”?
removed uncorrect etymology