Born out of necessity (to get github project pages working), I figured blogging may even prove a useful means of noting things that would otherwise get buried in mailing lists.
My background is in Computational Fluid Dynamics.
I am well-versed in Perl, which I consider an excellent tool for data munging and for a variety of other tasks. Since starting to use OpenFOAM for CFD calculations a few years ago, I have also upgraded my C++ skills to match. As a further outcome of practicing CFD, which generally requires parallel processing to achieve acceptable run-times, I continue to reconfigure and maintain a Linux cluster using GridEngine as the resource management (queuing) system.
As a side-note, I maintained and enhanced an orphaned rxvt many years ago when my underpowered workstation found XTerm to be a memory hog.
The contents of the blog represent my personal opinion and are not authorized by any of the companies or institutions mentioned, nor is any affiliation implied. No responsibility is taken for the contents of external links.
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