I'm a computer programmer from North East England. I started out with
ARexx in the mid 1990's, and it's been
mostly downhill from there via, amongst other things, PHP, Ruby,
Python, C, and my latest love, Rust.
My biggest claim to fame is co-developing the NZB specification, the de-
facto standard for distributing binary data on the Usenet distributed
discussions system, thus being a contributor to the loss of endless billions of
pounds of economic activity. Buwahahaha.
I primarily use FreeBSD, and run a small search engine to
help the community keep track of what's going on there and in related projects.