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I work at Airbnb doing iOS, and I love it.

I love cohesive design: showing that you care enough to design something amazing from the bottom up is a requirement to really get my attention.

I love little details: I probably sweat the details in everything I do—a true strength and weakness—more than anyone I've ever met.

I don't settle when it comes to The User Experience: users, at the end of the day, are the only ones who matter, so if I'm not unwavering in my determination to create the ultimate User Experience, then I'm not doing my job.

Other than that, I enjoy studying Japanese and whistling like a pro to my favorite songs.


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comment What is the correct way to write the interjection “ha ha?”
@John Lawler: I don't want to be like my friends. I just wanted a justification for using the spelling I preferred. :)
Mar
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comment Is the expression “may or may not” semantically void?
I like this clarification. I guess I too frequently look for this overlap when none may exist. :)
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comment Is there a word like “sides” that means “top or bottom”?
Seems inconsistent to use "side padding" and "top and bottom padding." I settled on "vertical padding" and "horizontal padding."
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comment Is there a word like “sides” that means “top or bottom”?
This is pretty much what I was looking for. Not sure why it didn't dawn on me. To be consistent, I'll use "vertical padding" and "horizontal padding".
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comment Is there a word like “sides” that means “top or bottom”?
@Fr0zenFyr: Actually I'm working on iOS, but I get your point. :)
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comment Plural name apostrophe position
Why would you assume that James is an exception to the rule you mentioned? How would James be any different than, say, Jones? It seems very arbitrary. :-\