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Hi! I'm Mark. I'm a Canberra-based software programmer and systems person.
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I like working directly with people. No technology for technology's sake, no hiding behind some faceless corporate IT department: just helping people to articulate their needs and finding effective ways to meet them. Tell me what you need and I'll make sure it happens.
My area of expertise is web applications, and I wear a few different hats. As a developer, I've created new web applications and enhanced existing ones; as server operations I've deployed systems and kept them running smoothly, advising on issues like performance, scalability and reliability. Since the roles are complementary, I most often end up doing both within a project.
I'm currently working with New York University, with Hudson Mononglo on the ArchivesSpace project, and on a constant stream of other projects. In a former life, I worked at the National Library of Australia and developed the NLA Catalogue.
If you would like to work with me, just drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My GitHub stuff
mailindex — A Lucene-based indexing engine for email
graphit — A tool to plot multiple sets of numeric data sent over the network
MARCgrep — A tool for querying and reporting on collections of MARC records
swissarmybundle — Embedded Python and Clojure REPLs in an OSGi bundle
expenses — Track your expenses using Clojure
mirror-music — Copy tracks off your iPod/iPhone
traffic-replayer — Fire HTTP GET requests to simulate load from an existing log file
timezones — Show time lines for multiple timezones to quickly see how the hours line up
xml-picker-seq — A Clojure library for walking over large XML documents and extracting individual elements
I've written a lot of elisp code but it's mostly just for me (or anyone else who is willing to trawl through it). Here is my elisp code.
I still really like the Sawfish window manager. Here is my Sawfish code.
Well, maybe "articles" is a little grandiose. Every now and then I feel like writing about how I did something in the hope that future Googlers will find it. Here's that stuff.
- Generating Clojure import lines using SLIME
- Tricky uses of Clojure gen-class and AOT compilation
- Completion for Java method calls from Clojure
- Managing my expenses using Clojure
- Sending mail through Gmail using Gnus
- Debian, Grub2, Software mirroring, encrypted filesystem
- Things I've learned while buying a house in Canberra, ACT
- How I make pizza
- RewriteLock suddenly stopped working!
- Linksys WPC11 PCMCIA and Netgear MA311 PCI wireless cards under Debian GNU/Linux
- Debian GNU/Linux on an IBM Thinkpad X40