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C# VSTO VBA(Excel/Outlook)
SharePoint Asp.NET
SSRS SSIS TSQL TFS (admin/api)

Interest in:
Robotics

currently working on a modern fiction novel:
http://sparkiesmagic.blogspot.com


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Jul
22
comment When should I say “thee”?
Thanks @RegDwightАΑA ! :)
Jul
22
comment When should I say “thee”?
Why can't it be both? After all that is how languages slowly evolve over time.
Jul
13
accepted Should the common usage “Webmasters” be gender neutered into a separate webmistresses to describe female web site admin professionals?
Jul
13
accepted Can I get an example of statement that can be said to be Hofstadterian?
Jul
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accepted When should I say “thee”?
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Jul
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asked When should I say “thee”?
Sep
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awarded  Yearling
Mar
28
comment What's the difference between “null” and “void” in legal language?
+1 wow , amazing research
Mar
7
comment Which is correct: “prefer X to Y” or “prefer X over Y”?
Sorry no that is not ambigious, rather that is poor use of English. No one would ever say their sleep isn't working.
Mar
7
comment Why is anyone in a porn movie considered a porn star?
great question Evik
Feb
23
comment Why is 'c*nt' so much more derogatory in the US than the UK?
Since when is telling someone, "C u next tuesday!" meant to be offensive anyway?
Feb
23
comment Why is 'c*nt' so much more derogatory in the US than the UK?
Yeah exactly right. It's definately in common use in Australia (but mainly amongst male only groups).
Feb
20
comment “User accounts” or “users account”
User's Account, refers to the "the users" account, which is singular.
Feb
20
comment Should the common usage “Webmasters” be gender neutered into a separate webmistresses to describe female web site admin professionals?
@user744, why would you say that? Master is no more inherently racist than describing the colour of someones skin is racist.
Feb
20
comment Is there a shorter term for “divided by” in American English?
This implies multiplication not division.
Feb
20
comment Is there a shorter term for “divided by” in American English?
As in 5 per 4 as an example for 5/4? That doesn't sound right, and most native english speakers wouldn't understand you.