Yes. Definitely commend Dan. Heck he is interested in developing his own apps for his own Windows phone.
and for the 1000s of other people that have installed it on their phone. Latest Stat is 2,198 downloads from 12/24/12 to 1/22/13. Oh and did I mention the Live tile on the WP8 version has pictures of me flashing back and forth between the logo.
More seriously a stackoverflow score might be ok on a resume.
@kettch: We shall follow your twitter myspace account tonight as you club hop and see what the results are.
I could use my entire collection of animated gifs here, and they would *all* work.
@Psychlist1972: If you have any that are a 1965 Chevy Impala with NOS (nitrous) that would be cool. "cheevos" seemed like a shortened version of chevy with nos way back at the beginning of this thread. Something with wheelie bars and fuzzy dice would be awesome.
There is a certain delivery of your stats that's involved with impressing people and picking up chicks
@Dan276 What happened with you and Nikki? Are you two not together anymore
No. Just no. People with high stackoverflow scores are because they spend their life on stack overflow instead of doing work.
I present Jon Skeet. Your argument is invalid.
Just to bring this thread back on track.
Where I worked one time the boss gave out achievements for exceptional work (I was often exceptional). If you earned enough you got to go on a date with his daughter. (She was fit and let me cop a feel one time).
He's basically just an evangelist for them, right?
Oh lord no. he does actually dev work. In JAVA
950/1000 on Hanna Montana? And you call yourself a professional yet you leave that other 50 on the table. I am disappoint.
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