I'm an independent software developer with a specialty in PHP / MySQL CRMs. I'll do a bit of JavaScript if I have to, and I'm developing a love for Python. I handle the entire LAMP stack, most preferably on Amazon Web Services.

Currently enjoying some experimenting with machine learning, mostly with scikit-learn.

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accepted Why do modern airliners have only two engines?
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asked Why do modern airliners have only two engines?
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revised What's the WordPress hook that is the "earliest" in execution?
Add additional usable hook.
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answered What's the WordPress hook that is the "earliest" in execution?
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comment Cause for spikes in trinity bomb test
I find this answer to be very valuable: it demonstrates the method used to get to the answer, not just the answer itself. Which is more valuable? I value the method.
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comment Javascript: Iterating over array with non-consecutive keys
Though this would work for a gap that would be constant, the OP states that the keys are non-consecutive, which is not the same as having a constant gap.
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comment Link to other nodes
Thank you!‎‎‎‎‎‎
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comment Why do we travel in a circle along the Earth?
WOW This is one of those answers that illuminate a corner that I didn't even know was dark. Thank you!
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comment Link to other nodes
Thank you. I have two issues with this field type. First, it only seems to support a single link, not an arbitrary number of links. Can it support multiple links? Two, it does not display a list of all items, one must guess a leading letter of the item to link to before getting a list of links to attach. Can this be worked around? Thank you!
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comment How to survive the heat death of the universe?
This is the only correct answer from a scientific perspective.
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