Welcome to the Judaism community on Codidact!
Will you help us build our community of learners? Drop into our study hall, ask questions, help others with answers to their questions, share a d'var torah if you're so inclined, invite your friends, and join us in building this community together. Not an ask-the-rabbi service, just people at all levels learning together.
Jew. Writer. Foodie. Board-gamer. I'm curious and sometimes geeky about many things and aspire to keep learning, always. Come learn about Judaism, one of my favorite topics, on Codidact!
I'm the Community Lead on Codidact; my posts are my own opinions, not Codidact policy, unless noted otherwise.
I'm a technical writer who works with and sometimes helps design programming interfaces. Currently I work on a SQL analytics database; in the past I worked on a data-visualization platform, natural-language processing, e-commerce when it was very young, and assorted other things. I have in the past been competent in Java, C++, C, and my first love, LISP, but I'm not a programmer any more. I'd love to see more technical-writing questions on Writing!
As an occasional writer of fiction and player of role-playing games, I sometimes need to find answers about how things would work that don't exist today in our world. Some of these answers can be found on Scientific Speculation.
I'm a hobbyist cook who likes to explore new dishes, experiment with new ingredients, and occasionally reconstruct renaissance food, so I'm excited by our Cooking site. I keep kosher, meaning no pork and shellfish (among things) and no combinations of meat and milk. (And a lot more details.) This means I often have to adapt recipes, and I won't be much help diagnosing problems in your Chicken Courdon Bleu.
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