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I'm an entrepreneurial software engineer, advisor and consultant. I work with companies to help turn ideas into successful products and services, and I have a proven track record of leading distributed development teams.

I've built web and mobile applications that touch millions of consumers and tens of thousands of government employees in the US and abroad every day, ranging from 3D mapping and tracking platforms, to critical government systems that monitor radiation levels, to a revolutionary project that has made solar energy more affordable and accessible.

My work has helped obtain over $5 million in angel investments, $250 million in venture capital and private funding, and numerous US government contracts and grant awards amounting to at least $2.5 million. And I'm just getting warmed up.


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awarded  Supporter
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accepted Biweekly, bimonthly, semi-confused
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comment Biweekly, bimonthly, semi-confused
The question isn't meant to be rhetorical or even peeving, but rather which definition should be considered most accurate. While I can see why you might confuse this for a mini-rant, there were two intentions: to learn the proper usage of the bi prefix, and to help other confused persons searching for the potential differences between bimonthly and semimonthly. I suppose I did indeed get off track, and as such the question did come across a little like a peeve.
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awarded  Student
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asked Biweekly, bimonthly, semi-confused