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bio website Stum.de
location Irvine, CA
age 31
visits member for 3 years, 5 months
seen Jun 1 '13 at 5:50

If it consumes electricity, chances are good that I worked with it or at least know about it. SysAdmin and Programmer, worked with Basic and PHP as well as with Delphi. My current bread and butter is C# and JavaScript. I like to do Commodore 64 development as a hobby and dabbled in XNA for prototyping purposes.

I'm also on Twitter and I have a blog.


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accepted Avoiding Deus Ex Machina resolutions?
Sep
6
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
27
awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
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awarded  Nice Question
Mar
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awarded  Nice Question
Dec
10
revised Out of this world… Giving it time?
added 9 characters in body
Dec
9
asked Do Novels follow a 3 Act/2 Plot Point structure like most Movie Scripts?
Nov
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awarded  Beta
Nov
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awarded  Scholar
Nov
24
accepted Is there a standardized size for Books?
Nov
24
comment When should one *not* present events in chronological order?
@Axonn Well, "rejected" would have been the proper word, but I guess the idea is clear :P
Nov
23
awarded  Commentator
Nov
23
comment How much planning should go on before beginning writing?
@slashmais Yes, but it's a very technical approach. There are people that can just start writing without knowing where they are going and are just surprised themselves when they see where the story ends.
Nov
23
revised Out of this world… Giving it time?
added 2 characters in body
Nov
23
comment Out of this world… Giving it time?
@John I thought this is a site for Writers :D Can't help it, once I start the first sentence the next 5 paragraphs just flow naturally.
Nov
23
answered When should one *not* present events in chronological order?
Nov
23
comment Out of this world… Giving it time?
If that works for you, do that. But don't be afraid to later change the numbers to make them "feel" better or because you want to give the year or whatever. Unless the reader knows the absolute year, it's just a number that can be changed.
Nov
23
answered For Fantasy Stories, Should You Include a Map At the Beginning of the Book?
Nov
23
comment Out of this world… Giving it time?
Meh, typing on an iPad is still hard, sorry for the typos, will try to correct them tomorrow.