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I'm a community manager and chief [bad] pun officer for Stack Exchange, following two years of service as a community elected moderator on Stack Overflow. Beyond that, I'm:

  • A husband and dad
  • A competent programmer
  • A world traveler
  • Not a teapot, and I have proof!

If you need to reach me, it's tpost shift-2 stackoverflow, but please use this form for common support needs. Note, I do not use services such as Linkedin, please don't try to add me there, it just creates noise.

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comment What is your favourite/ideal development environment?
Also worth noting, I've since moved on and now work for Stack Exchange. They're specifically set up for remote employees, which makes everything 20x better. That's very important for remote work to work.
Feb
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comment What is your favourite/ideal development environment?
@Esq really hard to say 'best' - it depends how one does with less structure and contact, and how well your employer is set up to handle it. I personally wouldn't want to work in an office full time again , I like my solitude. But, everyone is different.
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revised What would happen if a bit of GPL code sneaked into the Windows source code?
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comment Migrating from PHP to ASP .NET MVC
Yikes, you plan to do this in production? Is there something preventing you from writing it again in ASP .NET and then switching over? Serving both concurrently sounds like a very disaster prone scenario to me.
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