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Although I currently work mainly on the Microsoft .net stack, I have experience with Java, Perl, PHP and many others in the past.

Jul
12
awarded  Favorite Question
Jul
10
answered How to format reputation numbers similar to Stack Exchange sites
Jul
9
answered Timeline for v2.0 of the API?
Jul
8
answered Why does the API lack any POST methods?
Jul
8
revised Stacky - A .NET client library (Full support for API v2.0)
Added link to docs
Jun
30
comment API V2 Musings: What would you like to see
this was suggested a while back on the old stack apps beta site and was marked as postponed until v2.
Jun
22
revised Stacky - A .NET client library (Full support for API v2.0)
Updated the Sites syntax on the code example
Jun
19
comment both /revisions methods are spotty
+1 I have seen this behavior too but haven't had the time to investigate further
Jun
17
answered The API v0.9 2010.06.24.002 as seen by SOAPI
Jun
17
comment Conscientious use of the API
Well, I ran into the problem tonight of having my IP run out of anonymous request due to integration testing with my library. The only solution I have is to include an API key as part of my libraries tests.
Jun
17
awarded  Enthusiast
Jun
16
revised stackapps data corpus
Edited Tags
Jun
16
answered API V2 Musings: What would you like to see
Jun
14
revised List of API client libraries grouped by programming language
Updated naming and links for Stacky
Jun
12
awarded  Commentator
Jun
12
revised Stacky - A .NET client library (Full support for API v2.0)
Changed name from StackOverflow.Net to Stacky
Jun
11
answered Why does Stats Return a Statistics Array
Jun
9
awarded  Critic
Jun
7
comment Stacky - A .NET client library (Full support for API v2.0)
I'll have to give some thought to this. I think I would prefer to just add a boolean matchExact (like you originally suggested in your question) to the method and then in the implementation I could translate that to using the min and max parameters. Exposing this min and max wierdness directly to the API consumers seems confusing to me.
Jun
6
answered Conscientious use of the API