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I’m interested in computer science, artificial intelligence, robotics, programming languages, functional programming, and more.

I also enjoy reading, and watching good movies.

I know C, Python, JavaScript, C++, Java, and Scala. I’m learning Go and Haskell.

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May
12
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
12
accepted Is the use of “what” over “which” correct in this sentence?
Apr
12
accepted Actual meaning of “abstract”
Apr
12
accepted Can I say that a scientific field has been “polymorphic” if it has changed dramatically over time?
Apr
12
comment A more formal way of saying “pointing out”
@F.E. yeah "marked" would probably be fine as well, but I like "flagged" more. FYI I'm using the Sobel method for edge detection (blog post).
Apr
12
comment A more formal way of saying “pointing out”
Well it wouldn't really be correct, semantically speaking, because the algorithm does not identify the pixels by coloring them black or white, it colors them black or white after they have been identified by some method (this is what the actual algorithm is for, the coloring part is just visualization.)
Apr
12
awarded  Scholar
Apr
12
comment A more formal way of saying “pointing out”
I don't know how I managed to miss that. Thanks!
Apr
12
accepted A more formal way of saying “pointing out”
Apr
12
asked A more formal way of saying “pointing out”
Dec
14
comment Can I say that a scientific field has been “polymorphic” if it has changed dramatically over time?
That kind of changes the meaning of what I said, please see my edit. But it might be even more suitable, so thanks for the suggestion.
Dec
14
revised Can I say that a scientific field has been “polymorphic” if it has changed dramatically over time?
added 53 characters in body
Dec
14
comment Can I say that a scientific field has been “polymorphic” if it has changed dramatically over time?
Thanks, but do you have some alternatives (see my edit)?
Dec
14
revised Can I say that a scientific field has been “polymorphic” if it has changed dramatically over time?
added 53 characters in body
Dec
14
awarded  Editor
Dec
14
revised Word for having four sides or parts
Correctly quoted
Dec
14
suggested suggested edit on Word for having four sides or parts
Dec
14
asked Can I say that a scientific field has been “polymorphic” if it has changed dramatically over time?
Nov
19
comment Is there a word for the practice of fobbing off additional unwanted software on the downloaders of your free product?
Please note that what you are referring to is gratis software, not free software. From Wikipedia: "Free software[1] is computer software that is distributed along with its source code, and is released under terms that guarantee users the freedom to study, adapt/modify, and distribute the software. Please edit your question.
Nov
7
awarded  Notable Question