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Currently web (C#/ASP.NET) programmer for a printing business.

Former computer science college student with a strong background in Java and C#.

I'm a moderator on the Android StackExchange. I own a G1 running CM5 and a Motorola Droid running CM6. I also own a rooted Nook Color and a wifi Motorola Xoom. I currently use a rooted Galaxy Nexus as my main device.

You can also find me on Twitter.

I'm also a new Android developer. Check out my tipping calculator app called "Tippy Tipper" or my car dock app called "Car Dashboard" here. The source code for "Tippy Tipper" can be found here.


Feb
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awarded  Good Question
Dec
13
comment Quand utiliser « à tout à l'heure », « à plus tard », « à la prochaine », « à bientôt » ?
Très utile, merci !
Dec
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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Sep
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comment Is Rosetta Stone effective at teaching French?
It's not worth the cost. There are so many free sources available. Try out memrise.com or duolingo.com. there's also paid audio tapes such as Pimsleur or Michel Thomas that are very good.
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awarded  Yearling
Jul
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jul
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accepted Souler: other meanings than “to get drunk”?
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comment Souler: other meanings than “to get drunk”?
I'm American, I've never heard of "I'm cheesed off with it." Is that British for something like I'm annoyed? Otherwise, thank you! This has really helped me.
Jul
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asked Souler: other meanings than “to get drunk”?
Jun
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awarded  Nice Question
Jun
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asked Word order with “prochaine”: before or after noun rules?
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accepted N'importe quoi: What does it mean and how is it used?
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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Teacher
Jun
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answered Quelle est la différence entre les pronoms « en » et « y » ?
Jun
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asked N'importe quoi: What does it mean and how is it used?
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awarded  Commentator
Jun
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comment Free online resources for beginner course
I have slowly over time been compiling a huge list of French resources here: plus.google.com/112883523226102191623/posts/2x97mxTS3Kd