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Developer, focusing on web applications and design. My background is primarily in .Net langauges, but I've been branching out in to Ruby and Rails lately. I'm also learning new web development frameworks such as Twitter Bootstrap, and would like to venture into AngularJS.

I'm interested in joining side projects in my spare time to learn with others, build my skillset, and to network.

My spare time sees me enjoying movies, TV, and video games. I dabble in D&D, and enjoy board games as well.


Nov
19
reviewed Close Which movie uses this piece of music? (Pavane by Gabriel Fauré)
Nov
19
reviewed Close lady in cake dress
Nov
19
revised Movie where second bomb was planted in ambulance
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Nov
19
answered Movie where second bomb was planted in ambulance
Nov
19
comment How was the data transferred across galaxies?
@BobbyAlexander Data transmission can occur as a binary signal, or an analog signal. With everything being digital nowadays it's easy to forget that even as recently as a few years ago, broadcast TV signals were all analog. Remember the DTV switch? The point is that binary data with simple bits of information, enough to get a message across, is far more reliable than trying to send back images and video, and takes far less time, which is something they were running out of.
Nov
18
comment How many people killed in The Expendables 3?
Voting to close as this is nothing more than pointless trivia.
Nov
18
comment What is the REAL password for Bond's account?
"Hi, question for Ms. Bellamy. In episode 2F09, when Itchy plays Scratchy's skeleton like a xylophone, he strikes that same rib twice in succession yet he produces two clearly different tones. I mean, what are we, to believe that this is some sort of a, a magic xylophone or something? Boy, I really hope somebody got fired for that blunder." - The Simpsons, Season 8, Episode 14: "The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochie Show"
Nov
18
comment How was the data transferred across galaxies?
I believe they also said they kept the signal very basic, using only binary to send data back and forth because it's small, which aids in transmission speed, and has a lower chance of being corrupted or degraded.
Nov
18
comment Why was the wormhole placed near Saturn in Interstellar?
There's also the symbolism with early exploration, where men at sea would be gone not just for days or months, but even years. This can be backed up by the fact that they say it'll take them around 2 years just to get to the wormhole near Saturn. They had to travel far and in dangerous conditions to reach their destination or goals, and traveling to another galaxy in which to settle is no different.
Nov
18
comment Why was the wormhole placed near Saturn in Interstellar?
Another one I thought of was it was symbolic of the journey itself, mainly the distance. While we don't know what humans achieved in the future timeline Interstellar is set in, I'd say it's safe to assume we still hadn't landed a man on anything past the moon. As such, it was "their" way of telling us, "It'll be a long journy just to get to this point, but if you can make it this far, you have a good chance of surviving somewhere on the other side of this wormhole we've made for you."
Nov
16
reviewed Close Why was Dr Mann so mean?
Nov
16
reviewed Reviewed People go to a party?
Nov
16
comment People go to a party?
Yeah, this is really vague, especially for content coming from MTV in the last decade.
Nov
16
reviewed No Action Needed Immortal guy dies after statue of lion/tiger comes to life and gives him heart attack
Nov
16
reviewed Reviewed Cooper's messages from inside the tesseract
Nov
16
reviewed No Action Needed How is Cooper's age justified?
Nov
16
comment Blade Runner - What makes this movie so iconic?
Get on my cultural level man. ;)
Nov
16
reviewed Edit Question about a line from Frankie and Johnny
Nov
16
revised Question about a line from Frankie and Johnny
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Nov
16
reviewed Leave Open Woman goes after serial killer who may have killed her sister