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He's been using Unix since 1986 when it was introduced to the University of New England where he attended. He's been using Unix since 1986 when it was introduced to the University of New England where he attended.
After working as a C programmer for a number of years, he finally bought his first PC in 1992 and installed 386bsd 0.1. After working as a C programmer for a number of years, he finally bought his first PC in 1992 and installed 386bsd 0.1.
-Since then he's also used NetBSD, OpenBSD and currently uses FreeBSD.+Since then he's also used NetBSD, OpenBSD and currently uses FreeBSD at home and at work.
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[[peterNOSPAMjeremy@acm.orgNoSpam|Peter Jeremy]] has been playing with computers for roughly 40 years - initially on IBM mainframes. [[peterNOSPAMjeremy@acm.orgNoSpam|Peter Jeremy]] has been playing with computers for roughly 40 years - initially on IBM mainframes.
By doing his degree at NSWIT (now [[http://www.uts.edu.au|UTS]]), he managed to miss out on Unix until 1986. By doing his degree at NSWIT (now [[http://www.uts.edu.au|UTS]]), he managed to miss out on Unix until 1986.
-Since then, he's managed to mostly avoid anything other than Unix (Xenix/286, SunOS 4.x, Motorola SVR3, BSD/OS, FreeBSD 2.x through 10.x, HP (nee Compaq) Tru64 (nee Digital Unix (nee OSF/1)) and Solaris 2.5 through 10), with a sidetrack into AmigaDOS. +Since then, he's managed to mostly avoid anything other than Unix (Xenix/286, SunOS 4.x, Motorola SVR3, BSD/OS, FreeBSD 2.x through 10.x, HP (nee Compaq) Tru64 (nee Digital Unix (nee OSF/1)), Linux and Solaris 2.5 through 10), with a sidetrack into AmigaDOS. 
-He spends his days at [[http://www.alcatel-lucent.com.au|Alcatel-Lucent]] as a [[http://www.bofh.net/|SysAdmin]] and general Unix guru.+After completing a life sentence at [[http://www.alcatel-lucent.com.au|Alcatel-Lucent]], he now works as a [[ 
 +http://googleresearch.blogspot.com/2012/07/site-reliability-engineers-solving-most.html|SRE]] at [[http://www.google.com/|Google]].
Outside work, he hacks [[http://www.freebsd.org|FreeBSD]] and occasionally manages to spend some time with his wife and son. Outside work, he hacks [[http://www.freebsd.org|FreeBSD]] and occasionally manages to spend some time with his wife and son.
Peter has an amateur radio license (VK2PJ), but is virtually inactive. Peter has an amateur radio license (VK2PJ), but is virtually inactive.
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He currently has a Pentium-III box running FreeBSD for most of his work, but has another system to run NT, for those things that he needs for work that Wine isn't up to yet. He currently has a Pentium-III box running FreeBSD for most of his work, but has another system to run NT, for those things that he needs for work that Wine isn't up to yet.
It's remarkable what a qualitative difference that extra factor of 10 or so in speed makes, and how quickly one gets used to it... It's remarkable what a qualitative difference that extra factor of 10 or so in speed makes, and how quickly one gets used to it...
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-[[jesser@drives.rta.nsw.gov.auNoSpam|Jesse Reynolds]] is founder of Adelaide internet company Virtual Artists - http://www.va.com.au - which he ran fulltime between 1993 and 1998. 
-Virtual Artists are responsible for such offerings as the VA RoboCam - http://www.robocam.net - a net-controllable public surveilance camera, and the Virtual Community Engine - http://www.vce.net - a 4D based relational database webserver. 
-VA continues to provide hosting services via a 10Mbit link to the backbone, and streaming media services. 
-In 1999 Jesse moved to Sydney to work for Fujitsu Australia in their outsourcing services operation, where he works in unix and internet support for the Roads and Traffic Authority of NSW, and works on VA afterhours - because he's a wee bit crazy. 
-He's a die-hard mac fanatic as well as working closely with Solaris, *BSD and Linux systems. 
-Jesse is a long-standing board member of ANAT - http://www.anat.org.au - the Australian Network for Art and Technology. 
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[[netbsdamd64@gmail.comNoSpam|Justin Smith]] [[netbsdamd64@gmail.comNoSpam|Justin Smith]]
-I am a BBA Student (3rd Sem). I started with BSD a year ago and love it. Like multi-booting and Security. +I take pride in compiling useless crap & adding my bits to global warming. Like multi-booting and Security. Lately, I've been bringing rain to california.
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