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bio website fredmanlegal.com
location Los Angeles, CA
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seen Mar 3 '13 at 5:06

I'm a software-developer-turned-attorney from Southern California who dabbles in game development as a hobby.

My current project is an puzzle game that's played online in one-on-one matches. The client uses Nicolas Gramlich's excellent framework, and the server is built using the (also-excellent) framework. If you're interested in beta-testing the game, please send me an email, you'll get a place in the credits and can have a beer with me if you come to Los Angeles.


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comment How to solve for the fouriest number?
+1 I thought this one was going to be left to the dustbin. Nice job.
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accepted How to solve for the fouriest number?
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awarded  Nice Question
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comment How to solve for the fouriest number?
@nbubis Fair enough. We'll see if some brilliant SE minds have a way to do it. (Is there a logic that justifies the professor picking 8, 12, and then 5 or did he just get lucky? Would be interesting to see.)
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comment How to solve for the fouriest number?
Ah.. it's been solved already. Pardon my lack of google. Should I leave the question or delete it?
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asked How to solve for the fouriest number?
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