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I'm a student at Brooklyn College, working on a degree in Computer Science. I write third party software for Apple's iOS.

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Dec
31
accepted What are some examples of Jewish names?
Dec
26
asked What are some examples of Jewish names?
Nov
24
comment Parashas Shavua calculation
Please explain your variable names and function names. Thank you.
Nov
14
comment Did any Achronim Write Books Comparing Arabic to Hebrew?
Where do they discuss the similiarities?
Nov
14
accepted Where does the custom to spill of from a drink come from?
Nov
14
comment Riddle: In parshas Toldos, where are a second set of twins mentioned?
This was what I was thinking of: Tamar's twins.
Nov
14
accepted Riddle: In parshas Toldos, where are a second set of twins mentioned?
Nov
11
comment Riddle: In parshas Toldos, where are a second set of twins mentioned?
You're on track, but this is not the answer.
Nov
11
comment Riddle: In parshas Toldos, where are a second set of twins mentioned?
Not what I was thinking of. I was thinking of a Rashi...
Nov
11
asked Riddle: In parshas Toldos, where are a second set of twins mentioned?
Nov
11
asked Where does the custom to spill of from a drink come from?
Nov
8
accepted Self-study writing a davar avid?
Nov
3
comment Are there different shitos for when fasts end? What are they?
Great answer! Do you know if your list is conclusive, or are there other shittos as well?
Nov
3
accepted Are there different shitos for when fasts end? What are they?
Nov
3
revised Are there different shitos for when fasts end? What are they?
edited title; edited title
Nov
1
comment Are there different shitos for when fasts end? What are they?
What are those shittos? (I just need the major ones - times and posek name please.)
Nov
1
asked Are there different shitos for when fasts end? What are they?
Oct
12
comment Why do we say Mazel Tov? Shouldn't we thank Hashem?
the root "nazal," meaning "to flow." - Is that why my nose is referred to as nasal, and my nose runs?
Sep
29
asked Self-study writing a davar avid?
Sep
6
comment Digital Synagogue displays?
These guys have what I was thinking of. It's good to be able to find that online. Googling the number found the site.