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I have been programming since I was in high school, and my favorite computer was my Amiga 2000, as that is what I learned to program in C on, and was just a great computer.

I have been an advocate about unit testing since 1999, and believe we can get better code by getting before the user more frequently so we can narrow the solution to what they really want, as users don't really know what they want, initially.

I am comfortable with many languages, but am trying to understand how to program in functional languages, giving up while loops is very difficult for me in designing applications. :)

I am living in Knoxville, TN.


Nov
1
comment What is the Roman Catholic view on Matthew 23:9?
What do you call your father? "Bob can you pass the salt?" How do you reconcile this?
Oct
30
answered Theology question: why hasn't God stopped Satan and his demons?
Oct
29
answered Can these three “2nd greatest commandments” be put into one sentence?
Oct
27
comment Does the Trinity share one mind or are there three separate minds?
You may want to look at my answer: christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/1878/… and read the links I gave.
Oct
26
answered What is the biblical basis for and against the “filioque”?
Oct
25
answered Are the names of all people originally written in the Book of Life?
Oct
24
answered According to Protestant trinitarians, what is the significance of the father-son relationship between God and Christ?
Oct
21
awarded  Enthusiast
Oct
20
answered What does the Bible say about the soul?
Oct
19
comment Are Jehovah's Witnesses allowed to marry outside the faith?
@Sotiris - The article is about their stance in court, on telling the truth. They are not going to write "We lie to others" as that would be ridiculous. My update was because of a statement I made that they may not always be forthcoming. I found it interesting at the end of the article about the percentage of JWs that knew of the doctrine being discussed.
Oct
19
comment Are Jehovah's Witnesses allowed to marry outside the faith?
@Flimzy - Updated, enjoy the reading (it is only three web pages long)
Oct
19
revised Are Jehovah's Witnesses allowed to marry outside the faith?
update based on comments
Oct
18
asked Should Christians come out strongly against groups that do evil in Christ's name?
Oct
18
comment Are Jehovah's Witnesses allowed to marry outside the faith?
@TRiG - Unfortunately they are willing to lie to non-believers, if it will help them in their missionary work, so, they are very nice people, but on some issues I doubt they will be too straightforward. I enjoyed the hours I would spend when they came to talk, when I was younger.
Oct
17
answered Are Jehovah's Witnesses allowed to marry outside the faith?
Oct
15
answered Why does the LDS church (Mormon) put so much more emphasis on the family than most other denominations do?
Oct
15
answered Does the passage in Luke 9:49-50 support the diversity of denominations?
Oct
13
answered Can seeking arguments against Christianity strengthen Christianity?
Oct
12
comment How ambitious should a Christian be?
You may want to read "In His Steps", by Charles Sheldon, and see how some people would have dealt with being ambitious and being a Christian.
Oct
12
comment Why do Christians need to promote their religion to non-believers?
@Yeodave - I was using it as an example, not to state all non-believers act a certain way, just as you will find self-proclaimed Christians that are adulterers and murderers. You can read whatever you want into what I write, but I am pretty consistent, I think, on what the entire message is. I guess you miss the idea of examples, as it wasn't even a generalization.