User:Ferd Frederix

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Biography

Name Ferd Frederix
Group WikiWiki
My Plurk [http://www.plurk.com/Twobucks My Plurk account
Avatar Usually a small tough guy.
Home Phaze DemesnesD
RealLife Fred K. Beckhusen, President, Micro Technology Services, Inc. www.Mitsi.com email:fred@mitsi.com
Skills Microcomputer and microprocessor hardware design and programming
Languages My software work is primarily in C and its variants C++ and C#, with lots of perl, lsl script, Visual Basic, 3-D modeling in Solidworks, and lots of other languages and tools I'd rather forget, dating all the way back to the early 1970's. My first computer was the Rockwell Autonetics Recomp-II, a 1K word, 40-bit drum-memory military computer. I took it apart, rebuild it, and wrote John Conways "Game of Life" for it, from careful study of the Mathematical Games column in Scientific American. I still read and love Scientific American, which first published the rules for the game of Life in 1970. Yeah, I know. It dates me.
Hobbies Programming, reading mass quantities of anything, sci-fi, and more programming.

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