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Electrical Engineering degree and PhD in Software Engineering. I have start programming at the age of 13 with ZX Spectrum on TV, but also make PCB electronic circuits from very young.

Mostly working with c++/c#, assembly, asp.net, SQL, javascript including ajax and jQuery, but also have write on too many other, including lingo of Director, prolog and others.

The last 5+ years I work on a asp.net project, and so my focus here on SO is on that topic. I like the community here, and I even love to help and be help by.


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Feb
27
comment Bokken and Jo Kata book
@IaroslavKovtunenko yes of course video is good, did not have found, maybe wrong keywords...
Feb
24
comment What is misogi?
is phyhology or body purification/exercise ?
Feb
24
comment What is misogi?
Can I ask you something simple: do you have practice misogi ?
Feb
24
comment What is misogi?
Now I have 6 more questions for the 6 elements :) - this midle way called "αρετή" in greece, and actually there is not correct world in other languages. Socrates search for the meaning of this word but never say clear what it is.
Feb
24
accepted What is misogi?
Feb
23
accepted Why doesn't aikido have kicking techniques?
Feb
23
comment Why doesn't aikido have kicking techniques?
The only kick that I remember is one on the face when you have the uke face down, or lower, but never make up/high kicks. Kicks that you upper your leg more than your knee.
Feb
23
comment Why doesn't aikido have kicking techniques?
harmony, is a greek word, come from αρμονία -> αρμός, armos -> means the connection, the joint, the point that you connect/join more than one thinks together in a way that they can not split/seperate. Eg when you dock the ship with cord, the point of connection called armos, when you connect the music notes together -> harmonia. (The harm-ony is false).
Feb
23
comment What is misogi?
@DavidH.Clements I have here that on aikido, this is not mean that is aikido only. Here is a book for example that I read it amazon.com/Secrets-Aikido-John-Stevens/dp/1570622353 search on look inside to see the pages