Mountain View, California

Age: 23

Your average, run-of-the-mill geek. I enjoy working with Python, Mercurial, and PostgreSQL.

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Where possible, I try to avoid giving nontrivial code answers, instead providing human-readable instructions. These are less likely to fall under copyright transfer. If in doubt, consult your (company's) lawyer.

If you require a specific exemption, please contact me through the comments on the relevant answer. I may be able to get copyright waivers on a case-by-case basis. You will probably not get a prompt response and may not get any response. If I am unable to secure a waiver and I am not satisfied that the code is trivial, I may remove the code or delete the answer entirely to ensure copyright compliance.

Note that there is a copyright waiver in effect for my open source project NBTParse with respect to Google's interest in my code.

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