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東京にいるソフトウェア開発者です。 最近は主にC#関連の開発をやっているが、C/C++もJavaにも経験があります。

一応日本語も英語も出来ますが、英語は中々使えなくて毎年少しずつ忘れている気がします。

日本語の歴史的変遷や語源に興味津々で大学で勉強してきました。 特に奈良と平安時代の上古~中古日本語が詳しい。 残念乍ら、その研究で中々生活が出来ず、代わりにソフトウェア開発をやっています。

他に韓国語にも興味はありますが、得意とはまだ言えません。

A software developer.

I am fluent in English and Japanese.

In my free time, I enjoy reading. I have a background in historical Japanese linguistics.


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