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bio website careers.stackoverflow.com/…
location Santiago, Chile
age 41
visits member for 1 year, 5 months
seen Feb 10 at 2:16

I'm a Python developer from the north of England (but a long way from home).

csx - extended cascading stylesheets
fix - simple test fixtures
ook - version-sensitive monkeypatching

Chilean Stack Exchange User Reputation League Rankings
19/02/2014

6th in Stack Overflow
2nd in Unix & Linux
1st in Ask Ubuntu
3rd in Super User


Feb
23
reviewed No Action Needed What is the longest word in Spanish?
Feb
21
awarded  Custodian
Feb
21
reviewed No Action Needed ¡Buenas! greeting in morning
Feb
21
reviewed No Action Needed ¡Buenas! greeting in morning
Feb
20
reviewed No Action Needed Names of Wedding Reception and Ceremony in Mexico
Feb
20
reviewed No Action Needed ¿Se escribe “satisfactibilidad” o "satisfacibilidad?
Feb
20
reviewed No Action Needed “okupar” and “ocupar”
Feb
19
reviewed Reviewed Why is “voy” used in “voy perdiendo” instead of “estoy”?
Feb
19
awarded  Analytical
Feb
19
awarded  Informed
Feb
18
accepted Cómo decir “college dropout”?
Feb
18
reviewed No Action Needed Duda entre “sino” y “si no”
Feb
17
comment Cómo decir “college dropout”?
... for example, "Mark Zuckerberg is a famous college dropout".
Feb
17
comment Cómo decir “college dropout”?
Sorry, it seems I wasn't as clear as I thought: "college dropout" is an idiomatic English expression meaning "a person who failed to complete their studies at Univerity".
Feb
17
asked Cómo decir “college dropout”?
Feb
9
awarded  Custodian
Feb
9
reviewed No Action Needed ¿Cuándo utilizar “primer” y “primero”?
Feb
9
reviewed Reviewed Can Spanish distinguish between “lonely” and “alone”?
Dec
1
comment “Po” for “pues” - anywhere else but Chile?
That's exactly how "pues" is often used in Bolivia, though - "sí pues" and "ya pues" are very common here. My Chilean friend is very clear that "po" means the same as "pues", and she uses it the same way I'm used to for "pues".
Nov
19
awarded  Scholar