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I'm a Microsoft Software Development Engineer on the Trustworthy Computing Team. I've worked at several security related places previously, including Malware Bytes and PreEmptive Solutions.

On StackOverflow I mostly answer related questions, though I occasionally forray into and a couple of others.

I am the author of pevFind, a component of the ComboFix malware removal tool, and volunteer at BleepingComputer.com as a malware response instructor. My Twitter account is @MalwareMinigun.


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accepted Ouch, I'm really sore. Should I take a break for a while? How long?
Jun
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comment Ouch, I'm really sore. Should I take a break for a while? How long?
@Daniel: Looking at symptoms for that I don't match. Good to know that its there though. I think I just over did it -- Strava at least is calling the first big ride "Extreme" and the last "Tough". (To my understanding those are based on heart rate)
Jun
16
comment Ouch, I'm really sore. Should I take a break for a while? How long?
Hmm... I don't think I'd describe this as "painful stabs." But didn't think I'd keep getting "sore spells" like this after being back in the saddle for a couple of months. +1
Jun
16
comment Ouch, I'm really sore. Should I take a break for a while? How long?
:sigh: I wish it was regional. Seems to be mostly in my shoulders but really is pretty much everywhere. Just been a couch potato for too long.
Jun
16
comment Ouch, I'm really sore. Should I take a break for a while? How long?
@Andreas: That's what I thought. Yet it has come back. :)
Jun
16
asked Ouch, I'm really sore. Should I take a break for a while? How long?
Jun
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comment What kinds of brake designs exist, and what are their general pros and cons?
[quote]•Can easily crush most single walled rims[/quote] Wow
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Nov
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comment Why has indexed shifting displaced traditional friction shifting?
@DanielRHicks: Hmm.. that sounds like it's solve most of my problems. I'll take a look next time I'm looking for a new bike... Still kind of frustrating that this is only available with expensive hardware :(
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revised Why has indexed shifting displaced traditional friction shifting?
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Nov
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comment Why has indexed shifting displaced traditional friction shifting?
@zenbike: Oh, and to clarify, I only have objections to indexing on the front -- I agree with you with respect to the narrow spacing on the back and see no problem with indexing there. (Plus, I've never had problems with indexing on the rear, only on the front)
Nov
13
comment Why has indexed shifting displaced traditional friction shifting?
@zenbike: I've had different bike shops try to fix this several times, to no avail. It works just fine in the shop, but out on the road, the temperature will change, or the cable will stretch slightly, and you can't get into the largest chainring anymore. As for good equipment, it's the most expensive bike I've ever owned -- the "bridgestone" bike it replaced was over 30 years old (the last 5 of which were mine), and it's only failing was the frame was steel and the bearings were shot. It's certainly good equipment by my standards, at least until I get out of school.