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bio website tchatzigiannakis.github.io
location Athens, Greece
age 24
visits member for 1 year, 9 months
seen Sep 29 at 12:18

Who I am

  • Undergraduate in Electrical and Computer Engineering.
  • Member of the IEEE and the IEEE Computer Society (formerly member of the IEEE Communications Society).
  • Hobbyist programmer since the age of 10.

What I use

  • I currently prefer to develop in C# and Java.
  • I use C, x86 ASM and JavaScript situationally.
  • I've also used C++, VB.NET, Ruby, Python, PHP, Prolog, UnrealScript and Vala at one point or another.

Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jun
17
awarded  Scholar
Jun
17
accepted How can we have foreshadowing in a story that takes place in a universe where the future can't be known beforehand?
Jun
17
comment How can we have foreshadowing in a story that takes place in a universe where the future can't be known beforehand?
Thanks! The last sentence, especially, is a very important statement that I hadn't fully realized.
Jun
17
comment How can we have foreshadowing in a story that takes place in a universe where the future can't be known beforehand?
You're right. Somehow, I guess, the stuff I've read have made me biased towards certain, obvious kinds of foreshadowing and have made me partially ignore the other, subtler ones.
Jun
15
awarded  Student
Jun
14
revised How can we have foreshadowing in a story that takes place in a universe where the future can't be known beforehand?
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Jun
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awarded  Editor
Jun
14
revised How can we have foreshadowing in a story that takes place in a universe where the future can't be known beforehand?
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asked How can we have foreshadowing in a story that takes place in a universe where the future can't be known beforehand?
Feb
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awarded  Supporter
Feb
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comment avoiding making all your characters sound the same
I just registered to upvote this post, because I enjoyed it.