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Hobbyist web designer since 1998, hobbyist web programmer since 2002.

Proficiencies:

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Sass
  • SQL (PostgreSQL)

Other technologies I'm familiar with:

  • Haskell
  • JavaScript
  • PHP

Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
12
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
7
comment What does “vanilla” mean in the context of gaming?
@DavidWilkins You're technically correct. Unfortunately, when it comes to video games, expansions are seen as a necessity if you want to stay competitive. It's not just about being able to obtain items, either. In level based games where a new expansion increases the level cap, you tend to need those new zones for experience gaining purposes (either in the form of quests or grinding on mobs).
Jul
2
comment What is a word for annoying behavior which decreases enjoyment for the other players in a game?
Wikipedia claims the term "griefer" dates back to the 1990's: "it was used to describe the willfully antisocial behaviors seen in early massively multiplayer online games like Ultima Online and first-person shooters such as Counter-Strike" (see: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Griefer)
Mar
28
awarded  Scholar
Mar
28
accepted A word to describe “work that is ready to be done”
Mar
28
answered A word to describe “work that is ready to be done”
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13
awarded  Analytical
Mar
12
revised A word to describe “work that is ready to be done”
added 384 characters in body
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12
awarded  Editor
Mar
12
revised A word to describe “work that is ready to be done”
Clarified/added additional information to the question
Mar
11
comment A word to describe “work that is ready to be done”
Proofs in terms of printing is a test of how a document looks when printed, the last thing that might be done before sending into production. desktoppub.about.com/cs/basic/g/proofs.htm
Mar
9
comment A word to describe “work that is ready to be done”
I do like the word primed, but I think the designers using the application might do a bit of head scratching when they see it.
Mar
9
awarded  Supporter
Mar
8
comment A word to describe “work that is ready to be done”
I have considered using this set of labels. Do you think Incomplete still makes sense when that label encompasses elements that depend on things that haven't happened yet (eg. an interview that will take place next week)?
Mar
8
awarded  Student
Mar
8
asked A word to describe “work that is ready to be done”