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bio website github.com/ChrisCooper
location Ottawa, Canada
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visits member for 2 years, 2 months
seen Oct 24 at 4:05

I enjoy music, soccer, procrastinating, and making clever (read: bad) jokes. I love to program games, , learn and teach about all things CS, and laugh giddily in my spare time.

I am currently a software engineer/general CS helper at the OICR, and am attempting to post occasionally on my personal website.

I am also the creator of qcumber.ca.


Aug
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awarded  Critic
Mar
28
comment DNA of the human body?
@terdon: Oh, awesome! Thanks for the tip. :)
Mar
28
revised DNA of the human body?
Added note about real-world complexity
Mar
28
awarded  Yearling
Mar
28
awarded  Teacher
Mar
28
answered DNA of the human body?
Jan
29
comment How good is information transfer between the hemispheres of the brain?
Wow! Thanks for the excellent answer!
Jan
29
accepted How good is information transfer between the hemispheres of the brain?
Jan
28
asked How good is information transfer between the hemispheres of the brain?
Feb
6
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
15
comment Could a fetus properly develop in micro/zero-gravity?
Cool! Thanks for that. :)
Nov
15
accepted Could a fetus properly develop in micro/zero-gravity?
Nov
15
awarded  Editor
Nov
15
revised Could a fetus properly develop in micro/zero-gravity?
added 14 characters in body
Nov
15
comment Could a fetus properly develop in micro/zero-gravity?
@DanielStandage: I will definitely give you that one.
Nov
15
asked Could a fetus properly develop in micro/zero-gravity?
Aug
25
awarded  Scholar
Aug
25
awarded  Supporter
Aug
25
accepted Do dogs have something different about their physiology that allows them to pant without hyperventilating?
Aug
22
awarded  Student