I'm a nerdy dragon who studied physics at uni and really liked the scientific computing stuff. #fortran was my first proper language after #scratch :P
I did an image processing summer placement in #cpp and a research placement for the geometry of a silicon vertex tracker (type of particle detector) in #java.
I'm currently working for a satcom company as a software engineer, writing code for satellite modems in #c and #bash.
Name: Synthetic Enhancement & Repair Droid
Height: 2.72 m (8 ft) standing, 2.04 m (6 ft) sitting
Length: 3.40 m (11 ft) 5 units (neck 1, body & tail 2, wings 2, legs 1)
Weight: 524 kg (1154 lb)
Colour=Grey w/ soft blue lights
Standard Form=Chubby serpentine dragon/otter. Two pairs of wings, mounted behind forelegs and hindlegs.
Wheel Form=Droideka [Star Wars]. Can carry stuff in gap in middle. Rubber surfaces on pads and spine to move swiftly and quietly.
unhyphenated is unhyphenated
pronouncable is pronouncable
common is a common word
word is a word
short is short
defined is defined
english is English
pentasyllabic is pentasyllabic (has five syllables)
simple is simple
verbed is a noun that has been verbed
americanized can be americanised
CAPITALISED can be capitalised
white can be white (if you're using dark mode)
spoken can be spoken
italic can be italic
legible can be legible
itself is itself
tooted has been tooted
end is at the end
here's the original/reference for easy comparison
I haven't played in a while, so I'm a bit rusty
here's a recording from memory. I'll get another one later while I'm listening to the original to improve the timing.
feeling quite proud right now ^w^
I managed to match the instruments used in Journey's Don't Stop Believing on my Technics SX-KN5000 keyboard.
The closest I could find for the right hand piano was 1:1 volume Honky-Tonk Piano and Modern Electric Piano 2 (the one with a more high pitched twinkle sound). For the left hand I went with the Picked Electric Bass with some modifications: -1 octave, +10 brilliance, and +6 release, with the volume +5 relative to the right hand.
Tired of fighting against a bloated word processor when writing your latest report, novel, technical documentation or blog post?
Maybe that's the sign you ready to consider using a lightweight markup language. All you need is just a basic text editor, the knowledge of some simple and non-intrusive keywords and markup. And a processor to convert that text file to... well... whatever you want: HTML, PDF, LaTeX, ...
chubby soft robot dragon ^w^ | 23 | he/they | panro-ace | infp-t
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