After about a month in a hotel, a paperwork fuckup (I don't want to go into details) has precluded my traveling to the SPAWAR sites in Taiwan, thus making me useless to Lockheed, who hastily removed me from their employ.
Most of you know what I do, but for the spiders I'll leave a recap here.
- Unix, Linux, and about every derivation of either.
- I can give a 1-hour lecture on the differences between SysV and BSD.
- Perl. It's hard to say I'm an expert perl programmer, because I know some pretty fucking good perl programmers. On the other hand, 95% of the perl I see in the wild is hideous. Mine is clean and sparkly.
- Shell. csh and sh and their cousins and aunts and uncles. Approximately the same skill level as perl.
- The Defense Department. Been working for/with/near them on and off for a decade.
- I can tell you what the differences between C2 and C4I and C4ISR and C4ISR&T are.
- I wrote a perl module that speaks TDMA/Link16/JTIDS. Sure, it's not practical, but it at least demonstrates knowledge.
- Databases. They seem to follow me wherever I go. I've worked with DB2, Oracle (8, 9, and 10), Informix, PostgreSQL, and MySQL.
- Teaching. I've done a lot of this recently. I like it.
Anyways, those with ears to ground, listening for competent people to come along please feel free to mail me (email@example.com) for a formal CV.