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bio website coreyogburn.com
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Software development is my passion. Being able to structure a piece of software and implement solutions makes the hair on the back of my neck stand up. I've worked in a lot of different fields from financial analysis, GIS, fleet tracking, and most recently the pharmaceutical field. My personal research has taken me into cryptography, compression, android development, game development, sound engineering, and more. I can't learn fast enough.


Jun
21
comment Word or phrase for a person who sets their watch forward to prevent being late?
I love the play on words
Jun
21
comment Word or phrase for a person who sets their watch forward to prevent being late?
I just pulled a number our if the air. I don't remember for sure if it was 15 or not and she did get better later in her life.
Jun
21
comment Word or phrase for a person who sets their watch forward to prevent being late?
Wow, most people have semi-negative sounding words for this. I always thought of this as an optimistic, "seeking self improvement" kind of thing.
Jun
20
comment Word or phrase for a person who sets their watch forward to prevent being late?
@Mr.ShinyandNew安宇 Maybe a little. My aunt is still late, but less so than she used to be.
Jun
20
asked Word or phrase for a person who sets their watch forward to prevent being late?
May
8
comment Is there a name for the “a”/“an” exceptions?
These questions and blog post all seem to be about usage. This question is not about when to use one over the other. I'm asking about a name for this "exception" to the rule. It turns out it's less of an exception and more of a misquoted rule by my teachers.
May
8
asked Is there a name for the “a”/“an” exceptions?
Mar
12
awarded  Editor
Mar
12
revised Is there a single word or proper name for someone who struggles to wake up?
added 520 characters in body
Mar
12
comment Is there a single word or proper name for someone who struggles to wake up?
I'm open to any words that could mean this, but I am kind of leaning towards it being a person who never really woke up but turned off their alarm. It may not be by choice (choosing to be lazy), but may be because of sleepiness or general lack of awareness.
Mar
12
asked Is there a single word or proper name for someone who struggles to wake up?
Feb
21
awarded  Supporter
Dec
24
asked Multiple Ands but might still be correct?
Mar
28
comment Term for asking a question to create context
@EdwinAshworth, roughly that sounds about right. I had expected a more specific term to exist, like those in the Related Figures where the rhetorical questions had purposes. Maybe it's a lexical gap, I don't know for sure that a specific word/phrase for this exists.
Mar
28
awarded  Student
Mar
28
asked Term for asking a question to create context
May
19
awarded  Autobiographer