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In the early nineteen-nineties I was on the BBS', at least whenever my friends parents allowed us to spend the money. There was no free local-rate in Europe. Then in 93 I got CompuServe and in 95 I got on the Internet. I started using Linux with kernel 2.0 around 96. Back in the day Usenet and Email were awesome, I even had a uucp-dial-up-cronjob. Today I hate 99.999% of the Internet.

Name
Jean-Louis Fuchs
Title
Minister of silly code
Born
1979-11-06
GPG
0xC16F14A75ED1AC57
Education
Computer Science at University of Applied Science HTA Luzern
Job
Senior Software Developer at Adfinis SyGroup AG
Hobbies
Playing music, Doodling [1]
Main Projects
Monitoring, Concrete Clouds
Operating System
Alpine Linux [2]
Editor
Neovim
Main Programming Languages:
C99, Python, Elixir [3]
Window Manager
dwm
Terminal
Simple Terminal
Music Player
CMUS
Color Theme
Solarized light
Mail Client
Mutt
For Everything Else
Git, what else?
And Now for Something Completely Different
DAW, Sub, Bass
My work station
Work station
Finally
Science. It works, bitches!, No really duck!
[1]I am untalented at very advanced level. Still music and drawing is a lot of fun.
[2]I try to keep it as POSIX as possible, no shit like desktop environments or systemd on board. Checkout my packages.
[3]It recently said Haskell there, but Haskell sells high-level, in reality it is low-level. I don't say Haskell is bad, it just wasn't what I am looking for. So I switched to learning Elixir...
[4]No C++ is not low-level, C++ is bloated, but if one puts a lot of work into it, it can be nice. [5]
[5]Forth is another great low-level language.