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In college I spent a number of years creating a large software project called the WizPort, a solution to a very complex UNIX problem used by a large number of users. It created a secure telnet server with a pseudo-machine and restricted shell, and it could be run without root access.
Project information and references available on request
Fluent in C, Ruby, Perl, Java, Scheme, Verilog and many versions of Assembly.
I often become the perl guru/resource wherever I work.
I can do C++, but I'm not a fan.
Experience with: Lisp, Python, Basic, Fortran, sed, yacc, sh, ksh, zsh, csh, tcsh, etc..
I like to use things in new and interesting ways, this is one of the
things that sets me out as a verification engineer. I have managed
to break and find bugs in almost every tool I have used, such as:
gcc, cpp preprocessor, HPUX CC, HPUX linker, various assemblers, perl (2 so far), various shells (tcsh, ksh, ..), verilog simulators (VCS, ESP), rccs, etc..
Time's Person of the Year, 2006