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location Bolivar, MO
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seen Aug 1 at 21:47

I'm the user formerly known as md5sum, for those who wonder.

Currently, I'm a developer in the Property & Casualty Insurance division of Accenture Software.

I started playing with GWBASIC on our Commodore Colt at around 5 years old, and it was all downhill from there. I have now been programming professionally since 2005 and have several more years of part-time/freelance programming under my belt as well.

Currently, I'm specialized in C#, ASP.Net 2.0, and MSSQL, but my work experience is quite broad, including C++, PHP, Javascript, WPF, VB6, VB.Net, ASP.Net, MySQL, and I've dabbled in many others.

~md5sum~


May
2
comment Why do compound exercises build more mass than isolation exercises?
I'm don't think this really answers the question either - "Scientifically, why do they say to do compound exercises to get massive, rather than isolation exercises?"
May
2
reviewed Looks OK How do I check my own form doing weight lifting?
May
2
awarded  Custodian
May
2
reviewed Looks OK Calories Burnt whilst excercising
May
2
reviewed No Action Needed Rib injury recovery and training
May
2
awarded  Custodian
May
2
reviewed Reviewed How to train for marathon if I haven't been running, but walking a lot?
May
2
comment How to train for marathon if I haven't been running, but walking a lot?
When I used to run to catch a bus, it meant I was late for school. Not a good way to start the day for this formerly fat kid. :)
May
2
revised Need help for workout, supplement and nutrition
Fixing grammatical issues
May
1
comment Protein: How much is too much?
@LarissaGodzilla - I will concede to changing my statement to "you COULD do damage to your kidneys." I had some sources for my previous statement, but cannot find them now. The most I can find at this point is that if you are already at risk for kidney problems, a high-protein diet could increase that risk according to a 2003 WebMD article.
Apr
28
comment Protein: How much is too much?
@LarissaGodzilla - "The average woman should get about 46 grams of protein a day and men should get about 56 grams of protein daily. Active people need more protein than sedentary people, so if you engage in moderate to vigorous exercise on a regular basis, talk to your doctor to see if you should increase your protein intake." - Healthy Eating @ SFGate.
Mar
1
awarded  Yearling
Feb
11
reviewed Edit suggested edit on Planning My Workout
Feb
11
revised Planning My Workout
Grammar and typo - made more understandable without changing context.
Jan
19
awarded  Enlightened
Jan
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
1
awarded  Famous Question
Sep
24
comment Is there a website for tracking people that use different apps?
It's actually a pretty cool idea... there's quite a few programmers who frequent this site (including mmmmeeee) and something like that may appear sooner rather than later since the concept has now been put out into the ether.
Sep
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Are so-called “burst workouts” effective for weight loss?
Sep
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What material of underwear should I use for running?