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of course, for the start my advice is that you should read questions and answers to those questions on meta, at some point you start to understand how SO and meta.SO is supposed to work and you can start to help others
I am pleased to announce that Stack Overflow just added another team member in an officially paid capacity: Jarrod Dixon.
Jarrod and I met on the job in 2002, and became fast friends. Here was the rare programmer who loved to code every bit as much as I did. It was our calling, and we recognized that in each other almost immediately.
I wasn’t sure exactly why we got along so well, until we went to one of those corporate teambuilding events that Paul Graham loves so much. During the event, the moderator had everyone go to a corner of the room, depending on whether you were.. …
This is kind of crazy.
Here's a form on our OpenID provider:
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4,599 search results for posts containing 'plz'
I'm not big on adding heuristics for every little thing, but this is getting out of hand. This is not a feature request, it's just a discussion on what, if anything, should be done.
Add plz to the question/answer quality algorithm?
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I am curious why I can't have 2 accounts.
My accounts have been merged into one (i assumed by some admin): http://stackoverflow.com/users/632951/pacerier
I've read these threads:
Why are people allowed to have multiple user accounts?
What's the SO policy about having multiple user account...
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on the "Why can I not have 2 accounts?" question: do you really need to post more than 50 questions a month? (me) - yep i do 16 hours programming a day, if you count linearly, that's 2 times more questions i'd have. (him)
@tombull89 Er, could someone destroy the account that posted this "question" as well? It still looks alive to me at the moment, and its profile is the same spam. (Oddly, it lists a physical address; I don't know if it's valid, but it's not gibberish.)
@tombull89 For that matter, please delete that chat message, so it doesn't get saved in the logs and become Googlable forevermore.
@jcolebrand Appreciated, but I'm at work. I have no specific questions, and I don't want to add a "pls link me some tutrials urgnttttt" post to SO. Google should be enough, I just thought someone in here might have a "oh, this is by far the best link, I used it when I was getting started" lead.
Wow, that room got popular when I looked away. One sec.
Okay, you're in. But as Fosco said, nothing's going on there.
In other news, a pox on whoever's hosting a large number of customers or dignitaries or other visitors today. Having to move my car to a different one-hour parking space every 50 minutes sucks. At least it's lunchtime now and spaces are opening up.