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Δεν είμαι ένας Έλληνας
Though I love my alias
πάντα ῥεῖ here. Not only it's a good ancient motto (said to come from Heraclitus), it has been already helpful discovering of responders
- stupid racist, gender concerned, homophobe, or any other kind of wrongly biased arguing on comments/answers
- primary missing abilities so respond on comments in SO correctly :-D
- primary missing abilities distinguishing greek letters from hindi, thai, chinese, etc.
Why I love it? What's the relation?
Well you're undergoing an initiation and hardening process on this site. You have to take critique from the community, and you're in charge when you leave critique or applause anywhere. That means everything can grow and evolve here, and you shouldn't take anything personally as made up by the raw mechanics of this site (up-/down, close votes a.s.o.). If you feel I said something rude or offending, please don't hesitate to tell me, or flag it for moderators attention. I'm pretty sure I didn't intend it!
Also I decided my new avatar picture is a valid advertisment for usage of drugs to enhance your personal powers in problem solving. It fits very well for some question/answer edits (clarifications) I do :P ...
A bit more info about me (if you got the above!):
I'm in programming with about 30 years of experience.
One of my very favorite languages still is C++, but when it comes to find solutions I don't care very much in which language they need to be achieved.
I've got background in embedded programming (which I'm currently doing as an employee) and business (ERP) domains. Came along lot of techniques and technologies throughout my career as software developer; XML, XSLT, .NET (C#), ATL, linux, Windows, Web development, SOAP to name just a few.
Another passion of mine is development with UML (currently using Sparx Enterprise Architect).
There's also a blog site I'm rarely posting to.
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