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If you're angry with me, please find me in chat -- I'd be happy to explain why I've made you angry over there. If you're not angry, you can find me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I do ruby. It's a nice language, you should to. I like ruby so much I wrote a library for it (a gem). I'm really looking for contributors if you're interested!
Have a look around! That one was kinda dumb. But I made a better version here.
I'm also the author of a couple SE related rubygems:
- SE Realtime - A library for reading the realtime questions feed at https://stackexchange.com/questions?tab=realtime
- SE API - An API wrapper for ruby
- ChatX - A library for interacting with SE chat.
I love teaching CS! Wooo teaching! Teachers are awesome! You should join the public beta for Computer Science Educators. Also, I'm a Community Moderator Pro Tempore there.
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