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Pursuing my MBA/MSE at Carnegie Mellon University (Dec 2014 grad date) & interned in PwC's IT Strategy and Enterprise Architecture practice (Summer 2013).
Before my Masters, I was a Software QA Tester with a dual Bachelors in Business Management and Economics.
Aside from family, work and study, I dabble in Music, Philosophy, Games, and other random interesting things.
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Why do people use the word “or” when offering a translation?
I see that "or" is very concise as compared to other methods, so that's probably why it is used. I think I'm more interested in how /when it started.
Does “so far, so good” carry a negative connotation?