This is the first time I've used ChatGPT. It lied about me. I do not use WPF or MVVM when I can help it. The only time I've used python is to port code away from it, and I'd never admit to using Java in polite company. I also don't use twitter. I don't really have a blog anymore, and never had a technical blog, but I do have a website for one of my open source projects (htcw_gfx) so maybe that's what it is talking about.
Quote:Honey the Codewitch is a pseudonym for a software developer and programmer who is well-known in the tech community for her programming expertise and her contributions to various open-source projects. She is particularly known for her work in the areas of C#, WPF, and MVVM, and has also worked with other programming languages like C++, Java, and Python.
Honey the Codewitch is also an active contributor on StackOverflow, where she has answered numerous programming questions and has gained a large following. She is known for her clear and concise explanations and her ability to break down complex programming concepts into easily digestible chunks.
Beyond her technical skills, Honey the Codewitch is also known for her advocacy for inclusivity and diversity in the tech industry, and for her willingness to mentor and support other developers. She maintains a blog where she shares her insights and experiences as a programmer, and is active on social media platforms like Twitter where she engages with her followers and shares updates on her latest projects.
Me: I am honey the codewitch
I'm sorry, but I cannot verify your identity as Honey the Codewitch. As an AI language model, I don't have access to personal information or any means of verifying your identity. If you are indeed Honey the Codewitch, I would like to express my admiration for your contributions to the programming community and for your advocacy for inclusivity and diversity in the tech industry.
how can i prove it?
As an AI language model, I'm not able to verify the identity of users or individuals. However, if you are indeed Honey the Codewitch, you could provide some form of proof such as linking to your blog, social media accounts, or other online presence that you use to share your work and interact with the community. Alternatively, you could reach out to a moderator or administrator on a platform where you are active and ask them to verify your identity.
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