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= Profil =
 
= Profil =
'''Name:''' Unofficial
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'''Name:''' Jan Blomqvist Kinander
 
 
'''Nick:''' Jaix Bly
 
  
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'''IRC-Nick:''' JaixBly
  
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'''RosCMS-Nick:''' Jaix
  
 
'''Country:''' Sweden  
 
'''Country:''' Sweden  
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* jaixbly[at]spray[dot ]se
 
* jaixbly[at]spray[dot ]se
  
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'''Story:'''
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Well, I started to fiddle with computers back in 1978 when my parents attended their first computer course on the Commodore Vic20, we didn't have any games so we had to retype them from list printings in a Basic coding manual. After that I kept working with ABC806 and ABC80 still coding basic. Soon those computers were followed by Jet Data CP/M machine, Commodore C128, Commodore Amiga 500 and a huge lot of PC computers that I most often build myself. I studdied Mechanical Engineering, so I left computing for real hardware and oil but returned to computing when I started to work after the university. Now I am technical manager on the company I work for and it involves a lot computer oriented stuff to keep the network up and running. I am not a coder but more a system maintainer even though I have coded in the past (Basic, Comal, Pascal and a little C plus some PLC programming).
  
 
'''Homepages:'''
 
'''Homepages:'''
* ReactOS Fansite: http://teknoskand.dyndns.org/reactos
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* ReactOS Fansite: http://teknoskand.dyndns.org/reactos pretty outdated... ...but hey, we have http://www.reactos.org
  
 
http://teknoskand.dyndns.org/images/jaix.jpg
 
http://teknoskand.dyndns.org/images/jaix.jpg
  
 
[[Category:Biographies]]
 
[[Category:Biographies]]

Revision as of 05:21, 13 May 2009

Profil

Name: Jan Blomqvist Kinander

IRC-Nick: JaixBly

RosCMS-Nick: Jaix

Country: Sweden

E-Mail:

  • jaixbly[at]spray[dot ]se

Story: Well, I started to fiddle with computers back in 1978 when my parents attended their first computer course on the Commodore Vic20, we didn't have any games so we had to retype them from list printings in a Basic coding manual. After that I kept working with ABC806 and ABC80 still coding basic. Soon those computers were followed by Jet Data CP/M machine, Commodore C128, Commodore Amiga 500 and a huge lot of PC computers that I most often build myself. I studdied Mechanical Engineering, so I left computing for real hardware and oil but returned to computing when I started to work after the university. Now I am technical manager on the company I work for and it involves a lot computer oriented stuff to keep the network up and running. I am not a coder but more a system maintainer even though I have coded in the past (Basic, Comal, Pascal and a little C plus some PLC programming).

Homepages:

http://teknoskand.dyndns.org/images/jaix.jpg