Hi. I'm Jeff, and I'm a neophile. (Everybody: "Hi, Jeff.")
I'm sitting in Caffe Sole, in Boulder, Colorado, which is on Mountain Time.
I started doing Unix over 30 years ago. My first commercial Unix job was
working on the first port of Unix to an Intel box. I have an original set
of PC/IX disks and manuals in my office. 5 1/4" floppies. "Why, when I
was a boy, ...." etc. You'd think I'd have learned something, wouldn't
Still, I keep trying as a sentinel. They say you can't teach an old dog
new tricks, so when I finally learn something, I'll know I'm entering my
One thing I'm hot to learn is Puppet. I finally talked my boss into
letting me take a 3-day course from Puppet Labs, which means I know the
basics, but would now like adult supervision. I meet friends to geek out
every Thursday, and can probably do 2-4 hours a week, then.
I know some C and Perl, more shell, and a bit of Ruby. I do SCM, so I can
get by in git and write Makefiles and stuff. My English is better than
you'd expect, even though it *is* my native language.
My IRC handle is "goyishekop".
More questions? Ask away.
Jeffrey Haemer <jeffrey.haemer(a)gmail.com>
720-837-8908 [cell], http://seejeffrun.blogspot.com
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