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I was born and raised a city kid in NYC before attending the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Then I moved out West to become a California hippie. Well not quite... I actually moved to Silicon Valley to be a professional software engineer at Siebel Systems, which has since been eaten by Oracle. I did that for a few years before becoming a freelance CRM consultant in 2005, helping other companies with their Siebel implementations. I was turned onto this site from Coding Horror. When I'm not on my computer, I'm running around town with my dogs.


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accepted Can a proverb be a short dialogue?
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comment Can a proverb be a short dialogue?
What if, instead of two people talking, it was a unicorn talking to a tea kettle? Then would it qualify as a fable?
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comment Is it “front-end”, “frontend”, or “front end”?
Agreed. After more searching, "front end" seems to be the most common form when used as a noun. I found it in dictionaries like Webster and Dictionary.com (and Wiktionary, as you pointed out). However, I think that Ascendant may be right that we might see a change in the foreseeable future as confused people like me mix it up as we go along ;)
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Still confused after reading the answer to the so-called "duplicate" question
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