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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.


Dec
13
comment Quand utiliser « à tout à l'heure », « à plus tard », « à la prochaine », « à bientôt » ?
Très utile, merci !
Sep
14
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.
Jul
2
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.
Jun
7
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
Jun
1
comment “Pas encore” — is it correct to have the liaison or not?
@Unfrancophone Thanks, I understand :)
May
31
comment “Pas encore” — is it correct to have the liaison or not?
Merci, I never noticed the usage distinction of "Not yet" vs. "Not again" with liaison. I think that helps.... Are there any other common examples of this sort of distinction because of liaisons?
Feb
24
comment Is there a good French equivalent for “wingman”?
@sinsedrix typically it is a close friend or someone that you know. Essentially, they "break the ice" (get the conversation started) and get you talking to a girl at a bar or similar location. Or if there are two girls at the bar, they will distract/talk to her while you go after the other, etc. See urbandictionary for more info: urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=wingman
Dec
13
comment “En” vs “Dans”: proper noun of country vs generic word “country”
@m42 updated question to clarify better
Dec
13
comment “En” vs “Dans”: proper noun of country vs generic word “country”
@m42 Is my translation correct? Do you use en for France and dans for le pays?
Aug
18
comment Pourquoi place-t-on une espace avant les ponctuations fortes ? — Why is there a space before certain punctuation marks?
Maybe. But you then think French would have inherited Spanish's ¿ and ¡ (which are at the beginning of their sentences to do exactly what you're describing).
Aug
17
comment When to use “en” vs “dans”?
@Brennan updated with examples. The reason why I ask is because in other languages (Spanish, for example), there are not multiple words to stand for "in" and I find this confusing.
Aug
17
comment When to use “en” vs “dans”?
@Brennan is there no generic rule? I can come up with examples all day but I need to be able to apply some sort of rule to them, no?