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bio website cyberutopia.org
location Alaska
age 20
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I'd like to learn how to code in C++ and Assembly, but a lot of my experience is with web (PHP, MYSQL, CSS, JS/JQ). I have a web and email server hosted in my living room on a box using Gentoo, but I'm using Linux Mint 14 with MATE for my general use computers. I started using Linux 10-10-2010 with the beautiful Ubuntu 10.4

I currently have a job at a local place as a web developer doing custom PHP work with WordPress. My personal website is entirely hand-coded in PHP by myself (with the help of Stack Overflow that is) and is being hosted on my home web server, which was built and configured by me. I can't take all of the credit though; the folks in the Stack Exchange community have helped me a lot, and I can only hope to help the world as much as you've all helped me.


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comment “Why Can't I” and “Why Can Not I”
I found my question elsewhere on here, so this is a duplicate. english.stackexchange.com/questions/78935/…
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asked “Why Can't I” and “Why Can Not I”
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comment Do you need the “why” in “That's the reason why”?
I see. I'll be sure to keep that in mind for future questions. I like your answer simply because it's very "to-the-point", but his is more accurate and informational. While I like both answers, his is probably a better fit now that I think about it. I'll unaccept this and see if anybody else has any additional input before choosing a correct answer.
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comment Do you need the “why” in “That's the reason why”?
+1 for the redundancy bit. I dislike redundancy as a programmer as try to avoid it all the time, but your explanation allowed me to better realize why redundancy can be good in the real world.
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