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bio website devblog.timur.hu
location Budapest, Hungary
age 23
visits member for 3 years
seen Mar 30 at 9:09

I have always been enthusiastic about software. I've got a couple of years of experience with a wide array of technologies and recently I have also become a fan of open source. I've got expertise with web, mobile and desktop development. The main technologies I use are .NET and Qt. I've been working on web projects since 2008, and I've been developing mobile apps since 2010. I've grown to like both Linux and Windows, and I prefer to use the right tool for the right job. I always prefer quality over quantity and have a passion for user interface development.

I'm proficent with

  • Microsoft .NET - including lots of related technology like ASP.NET, WPF, WCF, Silverlight, Windows Phone, and SQL server
  • Qt - the C++ framework and also Qt Quick and QML
  • Web technologies in general, such as jQuery, AJAX, HTML 5
  • New and interesting stuff like Node.js and MongoDB

Mar
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comment What do you call the interconnecting bits of a puzzle piece in English?
Thanks, nice thought! I've already settled with 'tab' and 'blank' (because they were shorter), but it's always nice to see more insight into English :)
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comment How should the word “brutal” be used in marketing?
@Matt Эллен - Why did you remove important parts of my question?
Sep
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revised How should the word “brutal” be used in marketing?
added 167 characters in body
Sep
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comment How should the word “brutal” be used in marketing?
@JLG - part of the question is whether or not this is actually the case.
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asked How should the word “brutal” be used in marketing?
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revised What do you call the interconnecting bits of a puzzle piece in English?
added 17 characters in body; edited title
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awarded  Nice Question
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comment What do you call the interconnecting bits of a puzzle piece in English?
Innie and outie sounds a bit more casual than tab and blank.
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comment What do you call the interconnecting bits of a puzzle piece in English?
Thanks! I'm accepting your answer because you also added the blanks term. :)
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