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bio website novaprolink.com.br
location Juiz de Fora, Brazil
age 30
visits member for 4 years, 2 months
seen Sep 27 at 14:01

I'm .NET web framework developer.

Dev Expertise:

  • Webforms data-aware controls
  • .NET control designers (both web and win forms)
  • Visual Studio Extensibility (mostly with add-ins)
  • Object Relational Mapping frameworks (mostly DevExpress XPO and NHibernate)


Technologies:

  • .NET (C#, both web and in forms)
  • JavaScript

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accepted Is “Firestarter” something that native a English speaker would think as negative?
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comment Is “Firestarter” something that native a English speaker would think as negative?
I'll take that as a "no, it's more known as something that something that starts something, or a pyromaniac, or a Stephen King book or movie". Thank you
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comment Is “Firestarter” something that native a English speaker would think as negative?
Thanks for your reply, but I don't understand if "firestarter" is more known for it's sexual connotation or something else.
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asked Is “Firestarter” something that native a English speaker would think as negative?
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asked In an international software, should I use First name / Last name instead of Full name?
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asked How do I say that something must happen or another thing, not both, in one simple sentence?
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comment In a software meant to be used internationally, should I use “post code”, “postal code” or “zip code”?
@Dusty Thanks for the point. It's for the end user, not authorities
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asked In a software meant to be used internationally, should I use “post code”, “postal code” or “zip code”?
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accepted When a patient goes to the doctor and does not have a health insurance plan, how is this appointment classified?
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asked When a patient goes to the doctor and does not have a health insurance plan, how is this appointment classified?
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accepted Why is 'present perfect' present if it happened in the past? And why is it 'perfect'?
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comment Are units in English singular or plural?
Are you sure you should use plural even refering to less-than-one numbers? Wouldn't it be 0.50 dollar?
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