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Software engineer, systems programmer.
Like making code go really fast. (Assembler since '86)
Computers made out of unobtanium.
French computer science student. Understanding computers extends my TTL.
HPC and hardware lover
video games enjoyer
Speaks 🇲🇫 🇬🇧 🇪🇸
dead spirit / eco-tech enthusiast / free software / ethical clothing / basic vegan / SEGA
Algorithmic data ejecta in the form of a semi-corporeal hominin.
Infosec, Unix, IP (networking, not lawyering), Free and Open Source software.
Official $dayjob-related personality profiling tool said I was a Ravenclaw but could also get away with Slytherin.
Videomancer host(ess), whatever you want me to be as long as you watch.
Twice a day my ManMe bot (as in Man pages) posts a random Linux command and its purpose. You can find them under the #manmebot hashtag.
My current writing is on Substack here (https://jonwatson.substack.com). If you want to read something but hit the paywall, look at the About page. There is an outrageously good discount button there :)
👾ex 3D Game Dev | IT & SysAdmin | night party & concert photographer for fun | Electronic, Linux & BSD | Cyberpunk ☠️
Systems librarian, podcaster, musician, author, blogger, digital creative, and cyberpunk.
Digital Chaos-Type Magical Femby
Neurodivergent (Aspergers, ADHD), Anarchist
6 goofballs inside one robot
cherry vanilla and alice
Weathering the storm, for the moment.
he / him; tinkerer; serial enthusiast; mozillian; editor-at-large for http://lmorchard.com
Ludophile, Cinephile, Technophile, Oenophile and Godless Commie Bastard | http://🌹🌹🌹.ws
I am an general systems, and computer hacker that is opinionated on how systems work and how to make them work for us all. All my thoughts are my own and do not necessarily reflect any sane or rational person's views.
You can find me here or @kusuriya for stuff that is more related to the BSD community.
eternal student of the craft
31/She&her/unceded Ohlone land
Mint MATE 20.0 on a Panasonic CF-30
my preferred programs are:
Clementine, LMMS, Firefox, GIMP, Retroarch
The coolest most complicated piece of code I've ever written is ddate|figlet -f mini -c so noobtastic, but plenty enthusiastic about it. Often wrong.
I like old A/V stuff and making the state obsolete.