[sf-lug] Introducing Myself
hinkle at cipafilter.com
Mon Feb 15 09:53:14 PST 2010
Wait, what? How did you know I was a huge saltwater reef hobbyist? :) Oh yah, I forgot I plugged my reef website on my sourceforge page. I guess I need to go in there and get some work done. Damn hackers blew up my wordpress install again. I'm totally throwing that away. The wiki is fine but I can't keep the wordpress install from getting hacked for the life of me.
From: Dennis J Harrison Jr [mailto:dennisharrison at gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, February 15, 2010 11:14 AM
To: David Hinkle
Subject: Re: [sf-lug] Introducing Myself
On Mon, Feb 15, 2010 at 10:27 AM, David Hinkle <hinkle at cipafilter.com> wrote:
> Hello Everyone,
> I'm David Hinkle. I'm a long time Linux user and professional software developer. I host the Quad-City LUG every other month at the company who's product I created and currently manage (http://cipafilter.com). We put together usually 20-30 members for meetings and have about 120 people on the mailing list. I've also been involved in several open source projects and even released my own (http://bandwidthd.sf.net).
Also: Nice to meet you David. (I'm also a fan of aquatic life.)
> I'm interested in moving to the San Francisco area and I wonder if anybody knows of some companies looking to hire an extremely experienced and sophisticated Linux developer. I have over 12 years experience working with Linux software and am considered a guru here in the local community. I specialize in network enabled and communication applications. I have an understanding of Internet protocols down to the wire level and years of experience manipulating protocols such as HTTP. My primary languages are C, PHP, bash, and Adobe Flex.
Finally... -someone- on this list with a bit of modesty. ;)
> Most of the C work I have done has been in the form of a multithreaded proxy server that manipulates the HTTP protocol in real time. PHP, bash and Flex I've primarily used to write web front ends for embedded devices.
> Please let me know,
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