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I'm a geek, a role-player and a biker.

I work for Diamond Light Source, developing open source scientific software for the UK national synchrotron facility. In the past I have worked in the robotics, mechatronics and laser micro-machining industries.


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reviewed Looks OK Committing https certificates to Github…is there ever a good reason for this?
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reviewed Leave Closed What topics/abilities are critical to learning a programming language?
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comment Is there any technology similar to LINQPad for compiling C# that runs in a browser?
It's in the FAQ for every stack exchange site. One line answers are often barely more than a link to an external site, which makes them candidates for deletion. Your answer appeared in my review stream for low quality posts saying "This answer was automatically flagged as low-quality because of its length and content.". Although I thought it had useful information (so didn't want to recommend deletion) I did think it needed improvement, hence my comment.
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revised Is there any technology similar to LINQPad for compiling C# that runs in a browser?
Tidied up and added some more links.
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awarded  Custodian
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reviewed Leave Open Do you see an use for “Spreadsheet programming”?
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reviewed Leave Open Throwing an exception inside finally
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reviewed Reviewed Pseudocode for Brodal queue
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reviewed Reviewed Is there any technology similar to LINQPad for compiling C# that runs in a browser?
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comment Is there any technology similar to LINQPad for compiling C# that runs in a browser?
Single line answer are generally frowned upon here on stack exchange. Could you expand your answer with why you think this option is a better fit than the other answers here?
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reviewed Close How do I create a .NET WebService for File Upload
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reviewed Leave Open Use of `is` and `as` in multiple conditions
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comment When do you use float and when do you use double
Related to What causes floating point rounding errors?. @CodesInChaos my answer there suggests resources to help you make that determination, there is no one-size-fits-all solution.
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reviewed Leave Open When do you use float and when do you use double
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reviewed Leave Open job handover checklist
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reviewed Leave Open Study a project to be able to maintain it in future
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reviewed Leave Closed How much of original code is left in modern software products?
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reviewed Leave Closed Has anyone used git as a runtime datastore in their application?
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reviewed Reviewed Storage and naming of log data
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reviewed Close How to organise Website CSS