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I work as a software developer in the beautiful city of Charleston, SC. Spend most of my time working with a mix of JVM and web languages.


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Apr
4
comment “legen” vs “liegen”
@Emanuel Thanks for catching that. Fixed it.
Apr
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Apr
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Apr
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awarded  Teacher
Apr
4
answered “legen” vs “liegen”
Jun
23
comment How do you say “runder Geburtstag” in English?
I've only ever heard someone say "big <Number>-oh". I can't say I've ever heard someone say "milestone birthday", but I think it would be understood just as well.
May
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awarded  Yearling
Apr
7
comment Is there a german equivalent for 'prepper'?
I just noticed the same question (although for English). english.stackexchange.com/questions/63461/…
Mar
3
comment Sie/du reciprocity?
@Lilithly That could just be related to the culture of the university itself or the relationship with the professor. I've had professors that I address with "Sie" regardless of how I was addressed, and I've also had professors that I only ever address with "du". I think you should generally just use common sense when addressing someone of seniority, you do so formally unless the circumstances dictate otherwise.
Aug
15
accepted Talking About Money
Aug
15
comment Book Title Capitalization
@user unknown It is understandable that some people will ignore convention for style, but in this case I was asking what the proper conventions are.
Aug
15
awarded  Scholar
Aug
15
accepted Book Title Capitalization
Aug
15
awarded  Editor
Aug
15
revised Book Title Capitalization
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Aug
15
comment Book Title Capitalization
So in a title, "sie" being "she" would not be capitalized?
Aug
15
asked Book Title Capitalization
May
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awarded  Nice Question
May
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awarded  Student