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bio website NA
location Manchester, United Kingdom
age 34
visits member for 3 years, 11 months
seen Jul 15 at 19:12

slightly crazed .net junkie.

Developer since 2000. Consciously decided to go the MS route due to their tooling.

fairly serious guitarist (7 years or so - currently learning lots of old blues, Howling wolf etc) and am increasingly spending time getting back into Go.

Current specialisms: SQL, EF40 + T4, WCF, linq, lambda, silverlight4, moq, pex, moles - anything needed to get the job done really.


Jul
19
comment Combinations: security code with no defined start and finish
Lol, I hadn't noticed you were Swedish. This IS way off topic .. I am used to reading bad grammar (to the point of forgetting what is right. I also never studied it formally) but i'm curious - as English is presumably not your first language - does bad grammar make it a lot harder for you to understand? (For me I am used to talking to a wide variety of people who don't speak/write English well so have adapted)
Dec
9
comment Combinations: security code with no defined start and finish
That makes a lot of sense. Thankyou. As an aside, I gave up on grammer the day the americans started saying 'winningest'. Anyway I don't think there is one form of a language that is the 'correct' form - it evolves. As long as I can question and understand your gist i am happy as we can then get to the real meaning. But yeah, you're right ;)
Dec
7
comment Combinations: security code with no defined start and finish
I should of said, I have not studied maths since a physics degree in 2000. Unfortunatley i am not sure how to interpret and use what you have said let alone verify it. Sorry
Dec
7
comment Combinations: security code with no defined start and finish
if you add that comment as an answer i will mark it correct.