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bio website twitter.com/badp
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I'm also studying Engineering of Computer Science at the Politecnico di Milano, after enjoying an Erasmus period by the Vrije Universiteit. I have also been a Software Engineer Intern at Google. I moderate Gaming, whine on Twitter and lurk on Youtube.

It should go without saying that the opinions stated by me are my own and not necessarily those of my companies past and future, but apparently it doesn't and while no one asked me to put this disclaimer here, I'll just put it over here with the rest of the fire.

Mah reps, let me show you them.


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comment Short description of an accomplishment
"WORLD LEADER FOR TRIANGLE CLICKING IN STACK EXCHANGE"
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revised Why is “definitely” so frequently typoed?
deleted 48 characters in body
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accepted Is “the USA” singular or plural?
Nov
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awarded  Popular Question
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revised Why is “definitely” so frequently typoed?
Possible mistake?
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suggested suggested edit on Why is “definitely” so frequently typoed?
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comment 'How to' vs 'How do I'
"For one thing, it has no subject." well that's kind of not accidental, however. "How would someone, anyone do X? It doesn't matter who, please don't tailor your answer with anybody specific in mind." I can understand if omitting the subject entirely is not the correct way to make the subject as generic as possible but... :)
Jan
13
comment How do “need” and “not” mix and match?
@Jay oh, so the split infinitive rule says you do not split infinitives. Intuitive. :)
Jan
13
comment How do “need” and “not” mix and match?
I'm sorry, the comments on the question drove me to add another form I'm now no longer sure about. Please see the updated question.
Jan
13
comment How do “need” and “not” mix and match?
I'm sorry, the discussion on the question drove me to add another form I'm now no longer sure about. Please see the updated question.
Jan
13
revised How do “need” and “not” mix and match?
Sorry, I should've thought about this form earlier