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Mainly dable in web programming including PHP and JavaScript. Know a bit of C and Java. Unfortunately has experience in making IE play nice.

Other hobbies include studying Japanese and reading lots of non-programming books.

My twitter feed is in Japanese. You have been warned if you attempt to visit.

I blog about node.js and sometimes other things. You can check me out at

http://onteria.wordpress.com/


Jun
7
revised Are there any situations where かしら is considered appropriate/normal for males to use?
Added のび太くん reference
Jun
7
comment What is the meaning and etymology of 蝶よ花よ?
@Tsuyoshi I'm still searching on the official source for this, or the Makura no Sōshi theory. I've already reached out to some faculty members that specialize in East Asian languages to see what I can come up with. Once I find something from an authoritative source, I will update accordingly. For now I will leave this answer here in the event that it helps someone else find an authoritative answer.
Jun
7
answered Are there any situations where かしら is considered appropriate/normal for males to use?
Jun
7
answered What is the meaning and etymology of 蝶よ花よ?
Jun
7
awarded  Teacher
Jun
7
comment In modern usage how do Japanese natives regard the differences between 外人, 外国人 and 外人さん?
As an addition, 「海外人」 is sometimes used
Jun
7
answered The many ways to write {かっこいい}