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Avid Emacs and Vim hacker (I use Emacs with Evil to get the best of both worlds ;)

I'm experienced with Python, C#, Java, and Javascript, and have dabbled in C++, C, objective-C, Lisp, Ruby, Ocaml, and Scala. While I have a keen interest for all things code, I'm especially interested in the design and creation of programming languages themselves.

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Formerly known as @CrazyJugglerDrummer.


Dec
6
revised How should I translate “table” (as in a data table)?
Made title a bit clearer. Previous one made think they were looking for the word 'mesa'
Dec
6
asked Why is 'estar muerto' used instead of 'ser muerto'?
Dec
6
suggested approved edit on How should I translate “table” (as in a data table)?
Dec
3
accepted What is the future subjunctive and how was it used?
Dec
3
accepted Why is Usted sometimes abbreviated as Vd. instead of Ud.? Is there any difference in usage between the two?
Dec
3
accepted How to translate 'to become?' (hacerse, ponerse, convertirse en, etc.)
Dec
1
comment Why is Usted sometimes abbreviated as Vd. instead of Ud.? Is there any difference in usage between the two?
So there is a difference in when each should be used, it just varies by region. Thanks! :D
Dec
1
asked Translation of 'I was the one who did it'
Nov
30
asked Why is Usted sometimes abbreviated as Vd. instead of Ud.? Is there any difference in usage between the two?
Nov
22
awarded  Scholar
Nov
22
accepted How to translate “It's for the best”?
Nov
20
asked How to translate “It's for the best”?
Nov
16
asked When should I use the pure passive voice in Spanish? ( fue/fueron [past participle] )
Nov
16
asked What is the future subjunctive and how was it used?
Nov
16
awarded  Supporter
Nov
16
awarded  Precognitive
Nov
16
awarded  Quorum
Nov
16
awarded  Student
Nov
16
asked How to translate 'to become?' (hacerse, ponerse, convertirse en, etc.)
Nov
16
asked When should I use the word 'yo' in a sentence where the verb conjugation already shows that I am the subject?