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bio website b4qfjqq66sejeifd.onion.to
location United States
age 32
visits member for 3 years, 9 months
seen Jul 17 '13 at 17:44

My thoughts
Me on launchpad PPA
Evidently one of my mini-apps was useful enough to make it on to Webupd8
Do you use/like that app? Maybe you want to help fund a cryptogram game

Hit my daily rep cap for the first time Nov 22 2010
Just made it to page 3 ons SU on dec 31 in users ranked by rep..
yay....first gold badge. unsung hero

I use various linux distros as my primary OSes of choice(tending to stay away from rpm based).

Moving into using FreeBSD as my primary OS.

--Resume--

Degrees
BS:IT focus Network Security
MS:ISA

Certifications
G2700
Certified Ethical Hacker, CHFI, EDRP
CCNA, CCNA Security, CCIE Candidate(CCIE written now expired, the others are current)
MCITP Enterprise administrator server 2k8/Vista
Network+, Security+, Project+(all lifetime)
CIW Associate, Professional, Javascript, Database
CNSS 4011 recognition

Accomplishments
1st in the state, 6th in the nation networking concepts Phi Beta Lambda leadership conferences (it's like the college version of FBLA)
On the national science olympiad team from my high school
Kenpo - black belt

Experience
7 yrs in small business IT services (varied)
--/Resume--

Favourite quotations:
"A failure to plan on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part" --Unknown
"If debugging is the process of removing bugs, then programming must be the process of putting them in" --Edsger Dijkstra


Jun
29
awarded  Autobiographer
Jun
8
awarded  Constituent
Jun
8
awarded  Caucus
Dec
8
comment How to develop my own phone OS
beagleboard based, port touchscreen drivers to your distro of choice, strip out unnecessary stuff, decent starting platform. i'm working on a project like this and it's all about choosing OSS hardware or hardware with OSS drivers that I don't have to dev myself.
Dec
8
comment Is it fine to have broken intermediate commits, as long as the final commit in any push works?
My opinion is that those "broken commits" are good. If you have some bug that you didn't see in your implementation, these "broken commits" can give you a very specific memory refresher on what you changed. Sometimes, it's just the hint you need.
Oct
8
awarded  Yearling
Sep
12
answered How to design a system that allows for multiple parallel extensions of the same “component”?
Sep
12
answered Arguments for or against using Try/Catch as logical operators
Aug
3
comment What part of your work does a company own when you program for them?
@Chad -1? The clause you mentioned is why I say "may have a legal right" and "Do examine your contract". I don't see where this answer was incorrect. If you can express how I was unclear, I'll delete it.
Aug
1
answered What part of your work does a company own when you program for them?
Mar
12
comment Any tool to trace the methods the control travels?
I found the API I was looking for although not the tool that uses it. Gets you most of the way there...
Mar
12
answered Any tool to trace the methods the control travels?
Mar
8
comment Any tool to trace the methods the control travels?
there was a tool that hooked calls for auditing thick clients written in java...can't remember the name right now, but it was presented at a small conference last year. if i find it, I'll post
Feb
1
answered Feeling a bit… under-challenged in my university course
Feb
1
answered Python vs. Java for embedded wireless module
Feb
1
accepted A list of the most important areas to examine when moving a project from x86 to x64?
Jan
31
revised A list of the most important areas to examine when moving a project from x86 to x64?
added 212 characters in body
Jan
31
comment A list of the most important areas to examine when moving a project from x86 to x64?
Thanks again, definitely helpful.
Jan
31
comment A list of the most important areas to examine when moving a project from x86 to x64?
added a C tag to the question to address the ambiguity. i think the answers could be equally valid for linux/unix/windows. i was trying to not have developers for a differing OS but similar problem to be dismissive of the question due to containing the word linux. thx for the input
Jan
31
revised A list of the most important areas to examine when moving a project from x86 to x64?
edited tags