Former IBMer, Language Expert, Database Expert, Ethical Hacker
Oracle Certified DBA, but loves writing software tools more than anything. Currently consulting for a financial institution, writing ASP.NET MVC web applications and web services as well as performing security reviews and ethical hacking.
Cola programming language and compiler for .NET - http://www.cola-lang.org . Cola is a real .NET compiled language that is compatible with other CTS languages like C# and VB.NET. Cola shares a subset of syntax with C#, but is not 100% compatible and has separate goals. The compiler is written in C++ and will soon be an open source project.
Author of tinyGrid.js, a tiny footprint jQuery grid plugin for MVC - http://tinygrid.net
Perl6 developer from 2001-2005; wrote parts of the Perl6/Parrot VM and compiler tools; continuation support, IO subsystem, register allocator, PIR language. Technical reviewer for Perl6 & Parrot Essentials from O'Reilly.
Author of MUD++, now on its 20th birthday. I wrote it in college. It had a stack based VM before VMs were cool. The engine was used in a couple commercial game engines including one I wrote for Epcot Center at Disneyworld.
I can be reached at
firstname.lastname@example.org or Skype : mrjoltcola
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