Dan Lenski

Python virtuoso, C pro, unafraid of assembly, and Rust and C# are growing on me. I don't always develop database-driven applications, but when I do, I prefer PostgreSQL.

I'm a Linux guy, a Git fanboy, a fan of Debian and its derivatives, and usually a cheerleader for solving problems with free/open-source software. I've reverse-engineered a couple of interesting protocols and written cleanroom documentation and reimplementations.

I've used Python, C, Perl, C#, and x86 assembly language professionally. I've dabbled in hardware projects with Verilog as well as MIPS, PIC, and AVR assembly. In terms of human languages, I speak English, French, Spanish, and some Hebrew.

I have a PhD in semiconductor physics, and worked as a process engineer at Intel, and have also worked in the speech synthesis and magnetic storage industries.

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