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I'm the developer with a hell of deadlines, I'm the coder that does all the extra hours, I'm the programer that works without rest, I must be crazy...

I'm moving to IT!

Random is actually alive, but he travels a lot. He has been coding C/C++ and Java/J2EE proyects since 2003. He loves chess, poetry, RPGs, Table Games and hates a lot of people-persons. He collects computers and put them funny names.

He thinks dogs are like most humans. Plain stupid. He likes cats. And Terry Pratchett.


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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Linguistic Use of Spanish Characters Keyboard Layout
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answered ¿Cuál es la palabra más generalmente aceptada para decir “calzado deportivo”?
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15
comment Linguistic Use of Spanish Characters Keyboard Layout
Nice to know, but I have lived in Spain for over twenty five years (including school years) and never, ever encountered a diéresis other than the u (ü) one. The examples you use, are used with out diéresis in the day to day spanish. How strange, maybe some old linguistic deprecated rules? Edit: ah! I followed the links and are only used in old poetry texts. Now I understand :)
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answered Linguistic Use of Spanish Characters Keyboard Layout
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