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I graduated from Washington State University in Computer Science (undergrad + masters). I've spent over 10 years in software development for a National Laboratory, a startup engineering company, and a nuclear processing plant. This has provided me with a diverse set of experiences and skills. I have worked extensively in such technologies as C++ (w/ MFC, STL, & Boost), C#, Python, and Qt. I'm also quite familiar with VB.Net, HTML/XML, SQL, Java, and Open Inventor as well as tools like Visual Studio, JIRA, and Subversion. I have a strong background in mathematics & graphics and have delved into graph & network theory, information visualization, data analytics, SCADA/HMIs, and artificial intelligence. I'm a Windows expert with Linux/Mac experience.

Also, I'm not quite as old as I look.

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Apr
7
answered How does a Bible translator know if it is a poem?
Mar
30
revised How should 2 Cor 5:10 be interpreted, in light of Isa 43:25?
rewrote the title, as suggested by user2479
Mar
30
comment How should 2 Cor 5:10 be interpreted, in light of Isa 43:25?
No @Daи, I don't want you to migrate it. I want you to explain yourself. Allow me to quote from the first line of the FAQ: "If your question is about...interpretation of a specific Bible passage... then this is the right place." That is precisely what I am doing. I am asking about the interpretation of 2Cor 5:10 in light of Isa 43:25. I've made it very clear that I am not asking about doctrine, I'm not asking about theology. I'm simply & plainly asking about an interpretation of SCRIPTURE. That's what this place used to be all about. I'm sorry to see it has drifted from its roots.
Mar
28
revised How should 2 Cor 5:10 be interpreted, in light of Isa 43:25?
Rewrote the question to emphasize the hermeneutical aspects of the issue, rather than the doctrinal ones.
Mar
28
comment How should 2 Cor 5:10 be interpreted, in light of Isa 43:25?
Thanks @user2479. I see now, how the wording of my post/title could be construed as a doctrinal question. But as you suggested, that was not my intent. I want to know how to interpret Isaiah 43 (et.al) in light of 2 Cor 5 (and vice versa). How do these two passages inform each other? I would be happy to reword the question if that would satisfy the moderators.
Mar
24
asked How should 2 Cor 5:10 be interpreted, in light of Isa 43:25?
Mar
9
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Feb
10
revised “dancing” or “beat time with his feet” in 2 Samuel 6:14?
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Feb
10
answered “dancing” or “beat time with his feet” in 2 Samuel 6:14?
Jan
21
revised Why is Isaiah 14:12-15 interpreted by some to refer to Satan?
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Jan
21
answered Why is Isaiah 14:12-15 interpreted by some to refer to Satan?
Jan
21
comment Why is Isaiah 14:12-15 interpreted by some to refer to Satan?
I really must commend you again for your attention to detail in this valuable answer. Wish I could +2.
Jan
20
awarded  Commentator
Jan
20
comment Why is Isaiah 14:12-15 interpreted by some to refer to Satan?
I might also note that according to Smith (pg 314, n.94), it was Tertullian and Gregory the Great that first introduced the connection between Lk 10:18 and Isa 14:12.
Jan
20
comment Why is Isaiah 14:12-15 interpreted by some to refer to Satan?
Fantastic research - thank you! I would only suggest that you might add to point 2 a reference to Rev. 12:8-9, which seems to contain allusions to both Isaiah and Luke.
Jan
6
answered Why is Wisdom personified as a woman?
Jan
6
revised In Luke 1:62 it states they made signs for Zechariah but he could hear just not speak so why make signs?
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Jan
6
answered In Luke 1:62 it states they made signs for Zechariah but he could hear just not speak so why make signs?
Dec
28
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
19
accepted Was Balaam a true follower of Yahweh?