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Areas of strength:

  • Perl expert (specifically enterprise software development)
  • Sybase (including design and optimization)
  • GUI design

Areas of familiarity:

  • Web programming (EmbPerl, JSP, CSS, HTML, JavaScript)
  • C++

...P.S. I'm not really 42. But 42 is way cooler than a real answer :)

...P.P.S. Don't read too much into the icon. Just a minor nod to Cryptonomicon.


Mar
19
revised Do plant-animal cross races exist?
added 119 characters in body
Mar
9
awarded  Curious
Mar
9
accepted What percentage of human body's cells are contained in blood?
Feb
23
comment What percentage of human body's cells are contained in blood?
@anon by cell count
Feb
23
comment What percentage of human body's cells are contained in blood?
The background of the question was a (somewhat silly) theoretical question of "how much of your body's cells can you replace with blood transfusion". I realize that the exact biological answers to the two questions will be different, but I think it's a good first approximation.
Feb
23
asked What percentage of human body's cells are contained in blood?
Dec
20
awarded  Yearling
Jan
6
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
20
awarded  Yearling
Oct
18
awarded  Good Answer
Jul
5
awarded  Enlightened
Jul
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
6
revised Do the majority of fish lack scales on their heads?
added 7 characters in body
Jun
6
awarded  Good Answer
Mar
24
awarded  Critic
Feb
25
comment Are there predators evolved to eat puffer fish?
Excellent addition! +1
Feb
25
accepted Are there predators evolved to eat puffer fish?
Feb
25
comment Are there predators evolved to eat puffer fish?
I'm curious if some predator evolved to be immune to the toxin. Is there some data on whether those species that pray on pufferfish evolved this way, or is that purely an accident of environment, as is the case with sharks - which decidedly did NOT evolve to deal with pufferfish?
Feb
24
asked Are there predators evolved to eat puffer fish?
Feb
21
comment Why is 'Grudger' an evolutionary stable strategy?
BTW, if you have even a single cheater (which due to random mutations you usually will end up with), "Grudgers and Suckers both have the same payoff" becomes false.