I like developing, I'm not a barbarian (Borland historians will know my use of this term).
I like penguins. Nothing I give help on is related to any technologies I actually use at work (anymore).
I am mainly fluent in C, C++, Java, and Python. These days I use C# for work (with IronPython for rapid prototyping), but my main loves now are Scala, Haskell, and Erlang, which have inspired a lot of my thinking of how to write code lately.
As a note: I give terrible programming advice, so I hope you read this before you read my answers!
The man formerly known as: kuropenguin
If you want to follow my weird irreverent sense of humor, you can try to make sense of my twitter stream: @birryree
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