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S. Keeling

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Updated: 04/10/2005

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In 1990, after about a decade of processing seismic data (first as a computer operator, then as geophysical technician), I sat down to my first personal computer and started teaching myself how to program in C. After a couple of months at it, I decided it would make a fairly challenging and esthetically pleasing career, so I signed up for a programming course. I graduated with an A average.

Since then, work has taken me from Grande Prairie, Alberta to Khartoum, Sudan. I've worked with SunOS, Solaris, HP-UX, AIX, FreeBSD and OpenBSD. I've worked with many different distributions of Linux (SLS, Slackware, Debian (twice), Redhat, and SuSE). I generally program in Perl. I specialize in generic Unix.