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Gemma, West Highland White Terrier. 19 June 1990 — 31 August 1998.
My name is James, but i am often called JEB (my initals) to avoid ambiguity. I live in Perth, Western Australia (and for a lovely 7 1/2 years, E14 London, UK).
I studied French and IT at UWA doing a Bachelor of Computing and Mathematics. I've been lucky enough to travel a fair bit with work and for pleasure across Europe and the USA.
Andrea is my wife. She is a primary school teacher.
He's our son. Trouble is his middle name (well, not really, but you get the idea).
My father and me, June 5, 1995.
My own Linux/Open Source consultancy: jamesbromberger.com.
I worked for Vibrant Media, where I was the global IT operations manager. Initally I was the sys admin who built the data centres across the US and Europe, but then I managed and lead the data centre opertions that poweeds Vibrant's in-text advertising platforms, and I managed the IT support team. I worked her efor over 5 years.
I was at Fotango for two years, where I was chief systems administrator. They say they do Open Source, as I do, so we were a good fit. I managed the sys admin team, and we ran one installation at a colo in London.
I was at HPL as a Web/Systems Administrator for two and a half years. HPL then split its IT section into a spin off called JDV. They do stockmarket trading engines. My job was the run the front-end web servers (across two separate locations fro D.R.) and to consult on web technologies to ensure we did things sensibly.
I worked for The University of Western Australia as their chief webmaster, or as the University calls it, CWIS Officer. I published on-line, I educated others how to publish, and I provided tech support to the Publications Unit.
For 16 months I worked for the Student Guild I was their Network Administrator, responsable for their Ultrix Server (*shudder*) and network of some 40 Macintoshes.
Well, like most people, I enjoy a good movie. Sci-fi, like Star Wars, Battleship Gallactica, etc. And, of course, music: REM, Live, Counting Crows, Enigma.
I am a Linux professional as well; I 'play' with Debian, a Free Operating System (like your Windows XP, Mac OS). OK, I'm a Debian Developer, and CPAN author...
In 2011 I replaced my old 1024 bit GPG key with a 4096 one. Here's the fingerprint of my new key (key ID 4096R/06E8B971 2011-02-03), signed with my older key (key ID 1024D/0917A9E4 2000-12-31)
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 pub 4096R/06E8B971 2011-02-03 Key fingerprint = C8BF C3E5 231E 53AD C2AD E715 24ED 3C46 06E8 B971 uid James Bromberger (JEB)
uid James Bromberger (JEB) uid James Bromberger (JEB) uid [jpeg image of size 955] sub 4096R/1975F292 2011-02-03 -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.10 (GNU/Linux) iEYEARECAAYFAk7O4EgACgkQpfJwKAkXqeTVSQCffG16tkqfAtEitDEqkZfakRio SlUAn1eB3xCh03Bx91qL+dWr5mqjsp8w =vTzi -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
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