Hello, I'm the geek you want on your software project.
About 1999 I got my first desktop capable of running Linux and have run Debian or Ubuntu ever since. In college, I would compile the Linux kernel to match my machine hardware, but now I have better things to do with my time. For nearly 15 years I've maintained "jawmark.net" on a private Linux server, providing web hosting and email for my family. When it's critical, I get called to help with server setup and upgrades. I run MS Windows on a virtual machine for a few pesky programs (like the MS Office Suite). It's a lot easier now that the VM kernel modules aren't so fragile.
I'm comfortable developing requirements and user stories for use by other developers. I have no problem documenting specifications, tests, or procedures. I'm happy managing software and system projects. I have managed system verification projects including the testing team. I run regular Change Control Board meetings with other team members. Lastly, it's a delight to train stakeholders and get feedback.
If this is the kind of thing you need, send me a message.Last updated