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2009-2010 Microsoft ASP.Net MVP

It's pronounced: koo-horn


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The avatar is both because I play counter strike and a nod to lambda expressions in C#.

Twitter: @jcoehoorn


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awarded  Notable Question
Mar
10
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
10
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
12
accepted Screwing into the underside of countertop - can it support a little weight?
Jul
12
revised What will happen if I try to apply paint/stain to damp wood?
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Jul
12
revised What will happen if I try to apply paint/stain to damp wood?
edited title
Jul
12
asked What will happen if I try to apply paint/stain to damp wood?
Jan
26
asked Screwing into the underside of countertop - can it support a little weight?
Jul
10
awarded  Teacher
Jul
9
answered What is the safest way to cut up an old kerosene storage tank?
Jul
9
awarded  Editor
Jul
9
comment How can I get a stain to match on two different species of wood?
Accepted this answer since it mentioned the purposeful contrast, which was the approach I ended up using.
Jul
9
revised How can I get a stain to match on two different species of wood?
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9
awarded  Scholar
Jul
9
accepted How can I get a stain to match on two different species of wood?
Jun
11
comment How can I get a stain to match on two different species of wood?
The dye is a good idea (+1). I'm using poplar with pine trim because the are the pieces I had, and the trim will match other pieces in the house.
Jun
10
comment Are there any issues with using deicing salt on sand stone paving?
@Walker then you might do better by spreading a generous layer of rough sand instead. Ice will still form, but you'll have traction in spite of it.
Jun
10
awarded  Student
Jun
10
comment What is up with this wall, and what is the right way to hang something on it?
@Colin just because you can't find a stud, it doesn't mean it's not there. You still could have hit one (though I find the odds of hitting a nail remote)
Jun
10
comment What do you call a DIY AC plug?
Q: What do you call a diy high-voltage plug? A: A fire hazard