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London-based Lean / Agile coach and trainer, developer, haiku poet, early BDDer and international speaker.


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awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jul
11
comment How do you describe something that has “just enough” details?
@i-CONICA Make this an answer!
Jul
9
comment How to say that food is hot (temperature) without the listener thinking that I mean “spicy”?
@Neeku Piping. Rhymes with wiping. "Pipping" means to pip; either to remove the pips or to beat someone narrowly at a game.
Jul
8
comment How to say that food is hot (temperature) without the listener thinking that I mean “spicy”?
@Neeku, thanks for the support. While the idiom I provided could be used, it's a bit archaic. Slim's guidance is pragmatic and deserves the tick. Mine is perhaps more entertaining or enlightening, but I am very happy with the upvotes I've been given. Originally when his was marked I think we had very similar vote counts.
Jul
7
comment Do I use “ID” or “Id”
It's actually about whether Id is short for "Identity" or "Identity Document", and therefore it's really about English. But it probably doesn't matter either way in code, since most camel-cased languages idiomatically only capitalise the first letter of acronyms. Id it is.
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
28
awarded  Nice Question
May
28
awarded  Popular Question
May
28
comment Is there a word which describes being unable to see the stars because of the brightness of the moon?
I'm really looking for an adjective. "Light pollutioned" doesn't work as well for me. Thanks for the insight though!
May
28
comment Is there a word which describes being unable to see the stars because of the brightness of the moon?
Thanks, this looks like the best choice for what I'm doing.
May
28
accepted Is there a word which describes being unable to see the stars because of the brightness of the moon?
May
28
comment Is there a word which describes being unable to see the stars because of the brightness of the moon?
I like it. "The stars were masked by the moon's brightness." Works for me. Going to go with "Washed out" though I think!
May
27
asked Is there a word which describes being unable to see the stars because of the brightness of the moon?
May
19
revised In the phrase “Throughout time, people have always had the desire to look more beautiful and fashionable”, can the word “have” be removed?
Rephrased as it took me 3 passes to work out what you were asking.
May
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
14
awarded  Yearling
Feb
28
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
27
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Confused by “you came in here knowing what you had to do”
Feb
10
revised Is there a comma before “so”? What is the correct answer?
Because. Because!