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location CT, USA
age 48
visits member for 3 years, 8 months
seen Sep 4 at 14:37

What do I look for in a post? Clarity and Contribution.

NO vote: If the post is clear, but makes no contribution OR if the post is unclear, but makes a contribution (though I will try to improve the clarity either by comments or direct edit).

UP vote: If the post is clear and makes a contribution.

DOWN vote: If the post is unclear and makes no contribution (though I will try to see if I've missed something by commenting).


Apr
7
answered Provide the medical term
Apr
2
revised Word/slang for “I have just committed the source code, please update your working copy”?
Made statement of question clearer (I hope)
Apr
2
suggested suggested edit on Word/slang for “I have just committed the source code, please update your working copy”?
Mar
4
answered What do you call someone who is always looking for loopholes?
Feb
13
comment What does the abbreviation “con” mean in the following context?
I think Adam is correct (+1). There is no other (sensible) interpretation. I think the profile is being facetious: my interpretation is that he is saying he has C++ skills for gaming industry, but he does not consider these to be an asset. Perhaps he didn't like a previous position that used those skills; the gaming industry is known to be pretty full-on as a work environment.
Jan
27
comment Is there a word for numbers between 10 and 99?
I have certainly heard "double digit" here in the US, but when I think about it too much, it sounds like "two fingered" :-)
Jan
23
comment Are there popular English sayings to express “Big fuss, tiny result”?
@downvoter: Any comment as to why the downvote?
Jan
23
comment Are there popular English sayings to express “Big fuss, tiny result”?
@Sathyaish: Done!
Jan
23
revised Are there popular English sayings to express “Big fuss, tiny result”?
Added extra explanation.
Jan
23
answered Are there popular English sayings to express “Big fuss, tiny result”?
Jan
3
awarded  Yearling
Dec
30
comment What do students call their teacher in class?
@dcmckee Aramaic? ;-)
Dec
30
comment What do students call their teacher in class?
@tchrist: But the only North Americans who can speak English properly (IMHO) are Canadians! ;-)
Dec
30
comment What do students call their teacher in class?
@ColinFine : Especially since there are more English speakers in India than there are in England! :-) Or for that matter, most other English-speaking nations.
Dec
22
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
21
answered Right word to represent “speaking with low audible voice”?
Dec
17
comment Specific verb for “training an apprentice”?
@nbubis: Interesting! Sorry, I can't read Hebrew (except through Google translate.. which gives me "program overlaps" --- which sounds more like this question than the question it's in!). To me "program" is more technical than operational / HR.
Dec
16
comment Specific verb for “training an apprentice”?
@MarkBeadles: Your link seems like a totally different question to me! This question is asking about transferring detailed technical information to another employee (not necessarily one that is new-to-the-company, just new-to-the-area). The linked question is about orienting a new-to-the-company person: where is the bathroom? how do I book my vacation days? etc. Nothing to do with the specific area of knowledge.
Dec
9
answered Specific verb for “training an apprentice”?
Oct
11
comment What is the opposite of “skyrocket”?
@TimPietzcker : +1 My first thoughts on reading the question!