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bio website larstech.com
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Started programming career in the manufacturing sector serving the automotive and power tool industries and now I develop software for the health care industry.

For fun, I sell Football Pool Management software.

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Oct
15
awarded  Custodian
Oct
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What the #$@&%*! is that called?
Oct
15
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
15
awarded  Good Question
Oct
15
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
15
asked What the #$@&%*! is that called?
Oct
1
revised Is a lengthy combination of words with hyphens like “the worst not-technically-in-a-recession year in American history” a new fashion of writing?
spelling, formatting
Oct
1
suggested suggested edit on Is a lengthy combination of words with hyphens like “the worst not-technically-in-a-recession year in American history” a new fashion of writing?
Jul
23
awarded  Caucus
Jul
6
comment Is there a term for when a character is named after a trait they possess?
This could have been very entertaining had you gone for the list of porn stars. :-)
May
20
awarded  Yearling
Apr
3
revised What is the difference between an Emperor and a King?
title, spelling, formatting
Apr
3
suggested suggested edit on What is the difference between an Emperor and a King?
Mar
19
revised Where does “patching through” come from?
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Mar
19
suggested suggested edit on Where does “patching through” come from?
Feb
27
comment What is the word(s) for someone who is very particular about the small details of something?
@tchrist It does on that Wikipedia link.
Feb
26
answered What is the word(s) for someone who is very particular about the small details of something?
Feb
24
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
19
accepted Word describing “Nothing Changed”
Feb
6
comment Word describing “Nothing Changed”
@WillHunting "no change" would be the same issue. When printing clinical letters for the practices, the verbiage is usually stated "and no changes occurred in the swelling in the ankle", but for the selected drawing tool, calling it "no change" or "nothing changed" just looks like an odd tool name.