Belmont, CA, USA
My day job is systems and networking programming, mostly in c. You can usually find me trolling though kernel-space and userspace code, as well as beating on makefiles and doing things I shouldn't be doing with bash shell scripts. I spend the majority of time working on linux, though my daily-driver workstation is the one with a fruit on it that runs osx.
I never took any formal programming classes (with the exception of a 3-day Tcl class), so my CS-theory is probably not as strong as it could be; I hope to make up for that with practical experience.
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