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* ptimmins and I have a fully-redundant home network architecture (we live 1200 feet apart, have highly sensitive 802.11 radios, and work for the same ISP).
 
* ptimmins and I have a fully-redundant home network architecture (we live 1200 feet apart, have highly sensitive 802.11 radios, and work for the same ISP).
 
* I've been using NetBSD for years, but am coming to be quite a fan of debian and ubuntu Linux.
 
* I've been using NetBSD for years, but am coming to be quite a fan of debian and ubuntu Linux.
* I seem to have inherited the [[http://toughbook.wikispaces.com|Toughbook Wiki]].
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* I seem to have inherited the [[http://toughbook.wikispaces.com Toughbook Wiki]].
  
  

Revision as of 11:50, 25 December 2011

Introduction / Bio

Hi, I'm Brad Tarratt. On Freenode irc, I go by n8vi, which is my amateur radio callsign (and a nod to Bill Joy's classic text editor).

I drop by the shop completely at random, often when noone's around. If I intend to stick around for any reasonable period of time, I'll flick the twitterbot on.

Hobby background:

  • I think I've got digital electronics down; I'm now making my first foray into analog and RF.
  • I like AVRs and am a fan of the arduino bootloader. I am not, however, a fan of the arduino board itself, I like to make projects on my own boards.
  • I can write code in C, perl and php amoung others. I wrote the repeater recorder for the useca amateur radio club (which I need to get back running again).
  • I'm a ham, as I mentioned, call sign N8VI.
  • ptimmins and I have a fully-redundant home network architecture (we live 1200 feet apart, have highly sensitive 802.11 radios, and work for the same ISP).
  • I've been using NetBSD for years, but am coming to be quite a fan of debian and ubuntu Linux.
  • I seem to have inherited the [Toughbook Wiki].


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