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I'm Edd. I'm a Computer Science graduate from the University of Bath, currently working as a software developer at Ocado, in Hatfield, UK. I've experience working in a number of industries, including military and civil engineering, and working on very different types of project.

I reguarly code in C, C++ and Objective-C, and have experience using Python, Java, PHP and Ada as well as the basics such as Bash-scripting. I'm keen to learn C# and the .Net framework in the near future. I'm happy to work with html and XML, and I typeset the vast majority of my university work using LaTeX.

Outside of work, I'm a keen photographer. I'm a Canon user, shooting with a 5D. I'm interested in landscapes and cityscapes, as well as bits of sports photography. I'm wanting to learn more about how I can use flash to enhance my photos.


Apr
4
comment How do I use pdfliteral with tikz?
Welcome to tex.sx! A tip: If you indent lines by 4 spaces, then they are marked as a code sample. You can also highlight the code and click the "code" button (with "101010" on it).
Apr
4
suggested suggested edit on How do I use pdfliteral with tikz?
Apr
4
comment Custom numbering of listings
Welcome to tex.sx! It's not necessary to sign your questions (as there is already a box with your username below it) or to begin them with a greeting.
Apr
4
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Apr
4
revised Change the equation number in alignat
Added screenshot of output.
Apr
4
comment How to get text flow to start one column at a time for multiple columns?
Can you provide a minimal workinge example (tex.ac.uk/cgi-bin/texfaq2html?label=minxampl) so that we can see what you have at present and better understand what you're trying to describe?
Apr
4
revised Change the equation number in alignat
Updated to include original author's example.
Apr
4
answered Change the equation number in alignat
Apr
4
awarded  Commentator
Apr
4
comment Compiling partial documents (without document tags)
As much for future reference as anything else, the subfiles package does a very similar thing to standalone by allowing you to build all of your *.tex files using the preamble and document class/parameters from the main *.tex file, and so may be considered by future viewers of this question if they don't want the document class of subfiles to default to article, which I think standalone does.
Mar
29
accepted Red box drawn around question-mark operator in minted Erlang code
Mar
29
comment Red box drawn around question-mark operator in minted Erlang code
Thanks; that worked a treat - it was that line and simply adding an escaped ? term did the trick nicely. I'll email Jeremy.
Mar
28
revised Red box drawn around question-mark operator in minted Erlang code
Added additional question to try and gain some response by making the question more accessible.
Mar
24
asked Red box drawn around question-mark operator in minted Erlang code
Mar
20
awarded  Suffrage
Mar
17
revised XML highlighting - different style for attributes
added 3 characters in body
Mar
14
revised compiling wiki excerpt
added 165 characters in body
Mar
14
revised compiling wiki description
added 370 characters in body
Mar
14
revised XML highlighting - different style for attributes
deleted 1 characters in body
Mar
14
suggested suggested edit on compiling tag wiki excerpt