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bio website xn--vod-0ma.blogspot.com
location Orsay, France
age 38
visits member for 3 years, 1 month
seen Oct 15 at 19:29

Everyday experience: - C++ - Python - C - C# - Xml - Regex - Sql

Used : - Win32 - Mfc - Com/Atl - Stl - Design Patterns - MsXml - Wpf - C++/Cli - Html - Java - Soap - Postgresql - Sql Server - C++11 - Http - Boost C++ - Xaml - Xslt - Xschema - Xpath - VB

Practicing: - Haskell - PowerShell

Practiced: - Javascript - AngularJS - jQuery - Html5 - Css - Svg - Web Audio Api - Underscore.js

Small notions of: - F# - Oz - Perl - Prolog - Pict and Nomadic Pict

Interested in: - Design Patterns - Web Design - Lambda Calculus - Pi Calculus - Language design - Artificial Intelligence - Digital Signal Processing - Categorial logic - Test Driven Development


Nov
7
comment What is the difference between 'irgendwann' and 'manchmal'
i think i begin to sense the difference: irgendwann, one possibility in the time. Manchmal, several possibilities in the time.
Sep
1
comment “Vor einer langen Zeit”: why einer and not einen?
OK, but then what I don't understand is why it is not "Vor einer langer Zeit"... I don't understand the mismatch between ein and lang declensions.
Aug
25
comment Was ist das Gegenteil von “Autodidakt”?
+1 Mir gefählt der Neologismus.
Aug
23
comment Is “ich” a subject or not
thx, I didn't know about that grammatical form.
Aug
15
comment What is the equivalent of “boyfriend” in German?
@unor... how did you manage to write the alinea 1 ? special combination of character ?
Aug
14
comment German Pangrams
So many thanx for the link, I finally understand the origin of the mythic sentence: "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog".
Aug
14
comment word reminder software - how do you remember the words?
+1 for the Mindmap softwares... it's been months I am searching for one, and it having your preference, I'm really incline to give it a try.
Jul
23
comment Why it is “Eines Tages” and not simply “ein Tag”?
I have read many tales (Märchen) in german for my beginning to learn this language, and that was the question that came back constantly... Cuz the first words are always those: "Eines Tages...". I finally had just accepted that like an idiom. So many Thx for asking this.
Jul
21
comment What do I need to know to pass the A1 or A2 exams from Goethe Institut?
+1 thx for the link