Name: Rudi Strahl
Member since: 2001-01-09 18:24:59
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I am a programmer/analyst for the Brandon Regional Health Authority in MB, Canada, doing a variety of work ranging from programming to systems administration. In the past, I've worked on Windows and *nix based client/server networks and systems, developed a variety of web-enabled applications for small commercial shops, and there was that wacky stint in University, too. ;)

Recent blog entries by slide

Happy Birthday to me. *grin*

Boy, have I been a distant chump lately.
Been setting up a debian box to start getting my feet wet with php4 with a fellow from public library services.

Lucky bastard gets to play with a quad xeon, fully loaded from gateway computers. Hostname is SUPERCOW if you can imagine. (understand that around these parts, a single cpu xeon is considered impressive. Thus, a quad makes you a godlike deity.)

On a side note, I've come the conclusion as to how much of a trouble it is trying to find a project to start re- acquainting yourself with programming languages that doesn't truly suck. If anyone's looking for someone who has a whole whackload of ambition and drive, but been out of University-level OOP for 4 years, drop me a line. *grin*

more later... and Logic, where the hell are you these days?

Well, logic suggested I set up my advogato profile.
Here it is, in all it's glory. Whee.
While I haven't actually published any open source work yet, I've got a couple ideas kicking around in my head and even some code lurking on my HD.

On a side note, looks like I get to sharpen my teeth on the AS/400 series, now that we're deploying one here.

Mmmm. Green screens.

(what... this is my first entry, I'm just gettin' warmed up!)

 

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