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I am a senior software developer.

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I am interested in .NET programming (C#, VB), web programming (ASP.NET, Javascript) and GUI design.

The chat room I most frequently visit is Musical Practice & Performance.


Mar
17
awarded  Good Answer
Dec
17
revised Is “delete” a hyponym of “edit”?
added 56 characters in body
Dec
17
answered Is “delete” a hyponym of “edit”?
Oct
15
awarded  Yearling
Sep
20
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
30
comment How was sexual intercourse referred to before 'sex'?
In the movie Mamma Mia‌​, Donna is reading from her mothers diary, where it is referred just as ..., in which Donna explains to her friends: "dot dot dot - That's when they 'did it' in the olden days".
Aug
26
comment When should I use “a” vs “an”?
@nohat: There is something called "y" sound, but most English words starting with "y" actually is pronounced more like the "j" sound. The English "y" sound is more like "aj", but is only pronounced like that when not in the beginning of a word, like in "why".
Aug
26
revised 'were + past tense verb' v. 'are + past tense verb'
Change to reflect possibility of either based on context
Aug
26
answered 'were + past tense verb' v. 'are + past tense verb'
Aug
26
revised What is the difference between “nothing but”, “anything but”, and “everything but”?
Added "You don't want anything else."
Jan
25
comment Meaning of “I am cold naked”
@박용현: I feel that many of your questions would be better off in the beta version of this new site: English Language Learners. This is still in private beta, but you can choose to follow it, so you will get notified when it is opened for public beta. When this happens, you can ask questions there in the same way you have done here, but in a site that is more suited for the questions you ask as a learner of english from a non-english perspective.
Jan
25
answered “Moderator for” vs. “moderator of”
Jan
25
revised What's the difference between “can” and “be going to”?
Removed unnecesary "greeting": "I will wait for the right answer."
Jan
25
suggested suggested edit on What's the difference between “can” and “be going to”?
Jan
25
comment What does “X is not a four-letter word” mean?
@SamB: Using goto in computer programming is considered bad practice (and in modern programming languages well hidden or not possible). So this would by many programmers actually fall into the category of four letter word also in the meaning of being a swear word...
Jan
25
answered What's the difference between “can” and “be going to”?
Jan
23
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jan
23
comment Intonation and the changing of meaning
@BillFranke: The question here is not whether this is a good example or not. It's about what the term is called for a phrase where the voice can convey meaning by means other than vocabulary and syntax. We understand what he's asking, so no need to "not agree".
Oct
29
answered Slight difference in the meaning I cannot understand
Oct
29
comment Nested parentheticals — restructuring for clarity
@EdwinAshworth: You can upvote by clicking the up-arrow above the vote score to the left of the answer.