I used to be a senior freelance software developer specialized in
hardware near, industrial automation and desktop development.
Nowadays I am employed as an embedded linux developer at one of the
major players in the medical electronics industry.
I am a Linux user since the late nineties - have seen it grow and
started giving back about 2006. I’m glad I don’t have to do Windows
to earn a living.
Occasionally I ask or answer at stackoverflow.
You are going to find here my archaic Win32 downloads,
recent open source Linux stuff. I read a lot of science fiction
and I may recommend some here, too.
I am going to stay with you here until peak oil eats our very bandwidth
or climate change shuts down the internet, whatever comes first…