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Hi, I'm a German computer science student who enjoys building stuff with the .NET Framework. I have a soft spot for ASP.NET MVC and love black coffee.

You can find my blog under blog.mariusschulz.com.

My Open Source Projects

  1. jQuery.passwordStrengthIndicator is a minimalist jQuery plugin that visualizes the strength of a password a user enters into a password input field.
  2. ExtraLINQ provides a bunch of additional extension methods for LINQ to Objects that simplify your code and improve its readability. The library is also available as a NuGet package.
  3. NAverage extends the built-in Enumerable.Average() LINQ extension method that ships with .NET 3.5 by a variety of additional average calculation algorithms.

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Apr
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answered Is there an idiomatic equivalent in German for “add insult to injury”?
Apr
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answered How do you say “I am almost # (age)” in German?
Apr
11
comment Ironic constructions in German
"Er ist nicht ein Weltmeister in Sachen Cleverneß." ist meiner Meinung keine adäquate Übersetzung für "He is not exceptionally smart." Wenn überhaupt, dann hieße es "kein" anstelle von "nicht ein" heißen, aber auch diese Übersetzung klingt ungewöhnlich.
Apr
11
comment German postpositions
Dem kann ich (als Muttersprachler) nur zustimmen. Mir fällt spontan kein Nomen ein, vor dem "zufolge" verwendet werden kann, ohne dass ein merkwürdig klingender Satz entsteht.
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