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I'm a software developer by day and an artist, web developer,
big dog, gardener and wine maker by night. This all leaves very little
time for sleep, but always enough time for a nice glass of Michigan
Pinot Gris. I have a BS double major in Computer Science and
Mathematics and an MS in Computer Science. I've been using and
modifying Linux since the 0.9x days. I can be reached via email at
firstname.lastname@example.org or through
my website at http://www.sunpuppy.com.
Jon Meek is Senior Consultant in the Border Network Services Group at
American Home Products Corporation. He received BS and MS Degrees in Physics,
and a PhD in Chemical Physics all from Indiana University and has worked in
Experimental Nuclear and Chemical Physics, Analytical Chemistry, and
Information Technology. His recent research interests include applying Web
technology to scientific and network management applications, systems and
network management, data integrity, and data acquisition. He can be reached at
A cyberjack-of-all-trades, Ben wanders the world in his 38' sailboat, building
networks and hacking on hardware and software whenever he runs out of cruising
money. He's been playing and working with computers since the Elder Days
(anybody remember the Elf II?), and isn't about to stop any time soon.
Charles Shapiro is a programmer living in the Atlanta area. You can contact him
about this project at
Anderson Silva lives in Hampden, Me. He has a BS in Computer Science from
Liberty University, VA. Currently employed by Whetstone Logic, Inc. as their
Senior Programmer. He has been using Linux for 5 years.
Jason is a Software Architect for
McHugh Software International.
His computer related interests include: OO programming &
design, Smalltalking, the peopleware aspects of software, and noodl'n around
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Published in Issue 62 of Linux Gazette, February 2001