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bio website kaldrenon.brandyourself.com
location Philadelphia, PA
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My name is Andrew Fallows - I hold a B.S. in Software Engineering from RIT. Currently on the job just outside Philadelphia. Particular areas of interest are programming languages and personal productivity, but I'm still very much in "learn everything, try anything once" mode when it comes to technology.

If you see the name 'kaldrenon' somewhere on the internet, odds are good it's me!


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@xtoq I don't know if it's still true, but when I initially got my invite to Google Inbox, I needed to use a smartphone to activate the invitation. That may not still be true, and if it is, it's probably possible to borrow a phone to walk through the acceptance process, but a smartphone may still be a barrier.
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answered How shall I study now…?
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reviewed Reject Pollen or hay fever season and personal productivity
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reviewed Reject Pollen or hay fever season and personal productivity
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answered How to structure content in a private wiki where information grows naturally?
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answered How to deal with vague tasks?
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answered What do you do during slow builds when using the Pomodoro technique?
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answered How to become productive on the weekends?
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answered How do you abandon a task that isn't worthwhile?
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answered What are the 3 most useful programming concepts which you apply in life?
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comment Introvert to Extrovert in 5 years. How?
An introvert can be the life of the party. An introvert can be likeable, outgoing, and perfectly comfortable in social situations, even large groups. Your understanding of introverts and extroverts is a little off its axis. Introverts are people who tend to feel drained by extended time in social situations, whereas extroverts are people who tend to feel energized and revitalized by the same. Kramii makes an excellent point, but wanting to be an outgoing, life-of-the-party kind of person and wanting to become an extrovert are different things.
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answered Too much time and too little to do. What to do?
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comment Switching environments for work and play
These are very good suggestions. With regard to multiple themes and application locks, do you know of specific tools to recommend? I'm primarily interested in Windows and Linux software.
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