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bio website dmitryfrank.com
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I’m enthusiastic software engineer experienced in low-level parts of development, such as real-time kernels for MCUs, as well as in modern techniques, such as Java and Qt. Primary author of well-formed and carefully tested real-time kernel for embedded systems: TNeo.

My page at careers: http://careers.stackoverflow.com/dfrank


Oct
5
comment Pronunciation of “this year”
Thank you very much for such a detailed explanation.
Oct
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accepted Pronunciation of “this year”
Oct
5
asked Pronunciation of “this year”
Aug
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accepted Pronunciation of “-” sign, particularly in Unix commands
Aug
17
comment Pronunciation of “-” sign, particularly in Unix commands
Thanks for the answer! Strangely enough, someone silently downvoted it..
Aug
17
asked Pronunciation of “-” sign, particularly in Unix commands
Jun
7
accepted Does “you don't want X” mean “I don't recommend X to you”?
Jun
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asked Does “you don't want X” mean “I don't recommend X to you”?
Mar
6
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
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comment Which is bigger, “a lot” or “a ton”?
I just wanted to make sure, you know.
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awarded  Scholar
Dec
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accepted Which is bigger, “a lot” or “a ton”?
Dec
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comment Which is bigger, “a lot” or “a ton”?
Ok, I'm convinced.
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awarded  Editor
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awarded  Supporter
Dec
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comment Which is bigger, “a lot” or “a ton”?
Of course I understand there's no precise quantification, but, as I understood, "a ton" is usually more significant than "a lot". By the way, thanks for correcting me about "a tons", I fixed that in my question.
Dec
8
revised Which is bigger, “a lot” or “a ton”?
deleted 2 characters in body
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asked Which is bigger, “a lot” or “a ton”?
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awarded  Student
Dec
5
asked plural nouns: should I add “s” ending to both nouns?