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Apr
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answered Can a dash work after a question mark?
Apr
7
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Apr
7
answered Derogative vs Offensive
Mar
17
comment Meaning of “Skull” as Insult
@DavidM The typo still invalidates the question, unless he wants to correct it in the title - which doesn't seem to be the case as the accepted answer is just pointing it out.
Mar
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awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
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awarded  Yearling
Mar
13
comment Alternative ways to say “I cannot answer that question”?
I've come across a few Apple employees being super reticent about what they're working on, but yeah that was mostly meant as a joke :)
Mar
13
answered Alternative ways to say “I cannot answer that question”?
Mar
13
comment Alternative ways to say “I cannot answer that question”?
This is used in context of avoiding an answer, which is specifically excluded in the question.
Jan
27
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
13
comment Term for the time set aside by company for self-directed projects
Note : There doesn't seem to be a single universal term, I accepted this answer but also see Leatherwing's reply
Aug
13
accepted Term for the time set aside by company for self-directed projects
Jul
26
comment Term for the time set aside by company for self-directed projects
Granted, if the actual answer is 'there are different terms' that is also valid - though idk what to accept in that case :P
Jul
26
comment Term for the time set aside by company for self-directed projects
Google : 20% time, 3M : 15% time, Leatherwing's company : Hack Day ... these are different qualifiers for the same concept, I'm looking for a single word that describes it if that exists.
Jul
26
comment Term for the time set aside by company for self-directed projects
However, 'Hack Day' would only apply to a day I think, in some cases this could be half a day or left to the employee etc.
Jul
26
asked Term for the time set aside by company for self-directed projects
Jul
25
comment Speculable or Speculatable?
As you mentioned programming: idempotent functions are 'safe to speculatively execute' as they don't have side effects
Jun
6
revised How did “inmate” evolve to only apply to prisons and asylums?
Question rephrasing for clarity
Jun
6
suggested suggested edit on How did “inmate” evolve to only apply to prisons and asylums?
Dec
21
answered Difference between “evade X” and “sidestep X”?