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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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Feb
6
asked Word describing “Nothing Changed”
Feb
1
comment Are contractions of “I am” or “I would” rude?
So tempting to edit your answer and change "ain't" to "isn't". :-)
Dec
29
comment What is the difference between “I can't get any sleep” and “I can/'t get no sleep”?
The song I can't get no satisfaction wouldn't be as good if it was grammatically correct. :-)
Dec
29
comment What is the difference between “I can't get any sleep” and “I can/'t get no sleep”?
The last one sounds like a cowboy.
Dec
27
awarded  Fanatic
Dec
15
comment Plural of “talent”
LeBron James: "I'm taking my talents to South Beach"
Dec
14
revised Term for “soft hate”
formatting, minor grammar
Dec
14
suggested suggested edit on Term for “soft hate”
Dec
5
comment Alternative to “Merry Christmas”
@Kalamane I think you could call Halloween "All Saint's Day Eve".
Dec
5
answered I want to murder all humans
Dec
2
comment Is this a proper usage for a semicolon?
I like your explanation. I've never liked semicolons — em dashes felt more natural with the flow of words to me.
Nov
30
comment What do you call a disk drive that is not solid state?
............old?
Nov
28
comment What's a word for avoiding a question with a generic (fake) answer?
You forgot to add the Bill Clinton example: "it depends on what your definition of is is".
Nov
17
comment Antonym of “recommend”
I think "dissuade" is a pretty good choice.
Nov
16
comment Any other way of saying “blah blah blah”
I thought it was "yada yada yada"
Nov
14
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
12
awarded  Good Answer
Nov
11
awarded  Mortarboard
Nov
11
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
11
revised “A Smith & Wesson beats a straight flush”
Updated answer.