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TecBrat, the frankencoder:

Very little organized training (High School AP class in 1991) but several years of experience hacking together pieces of code.

I greatly appreciate the willingness of the community to help each other improve their coding skills.

Learning JQuery. I am hoping it is a shortcut to learning more JS. So far, I find it helpful and have begun to find extensions / plugins that make it even better.

I joined specifically for PHP programming Q&A, but I found myself much more active on EL&U for a while. I have only my own experience and my highschool education to guide my answers on EL&U.

(I changed the "f" in "franencoder" to lower case because the proper name apparently belongs to a guy name Phillip, and I wouldn't want someone else calling themselves "TecBrat")


Mar
12
accepted Is “Mir ist kalt” correct? Did I hear it correctly?
Mar
12
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
10
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
5
comment “schmecken lassen”: Tuck in?
Interesting that while trying to learn German I learned a piece of Br. Eng. Thanks, Peter. I was thinking of the Am. Eng. Bedtime "tuck in" or "tuck in your shirt".
Aug
5
accepted “schmecken lassen”: Tuck in?
Aug
5
asked “schmecken lassen”: Tuck in?
Aug
2
comment “Frühstück” or “Morgenessen”
@chirlu, Thanks for the edits.
Aug
1
accepted “Frühstück” or “Morgenessen”
Aug
1
asked “Frühstück” or “Morgenessen”
May
23
awarded  Yearling
Jun
21
comment Difference between “Jaegermeister” and “Waidmann”
I'm definately not "very advanced". I can say "Es tut mir leid, mein Deutsch is nicht so gut." with the best of them though. :-)
Jun
21
comment Difference between “Jaegermeister” and “Waidmann”
Thanks for the additional note of "Jäger"
Jun
21
accepted Difference between “Jaegermeister” and “Waidmann”
Jun
21
asked Difference between “Jaegermeister” and “Waidmann”
Jun
18
comment Meaning of the “Schnee von gestern” as an idiom
Thank you for the confirmation.
Jun
18
accepted Meaning of the “Schnee von gestern” as an idiom
Jun
18
asked Meaning of the “Schnee von gestern” as an idiom
Jun
12
comment Gibt es andere Sätze wie “Wenn Fliegen hinter Fliegen fliegen, fliegen Fliegen Fliegen hinterher”?
I was going to reference the same thing. I'll have to study that German expression later! :-) Mien Deutsch ist nicht so gut. :-(
Jun
8
awarded  Self-Learner
Jun
7
comment Is “Mir ist kalt” correct? Did I hear it correctly?
No, completely different. The one from @tohuwawohu that you edited explains it better.