Greetings! My name is Ingy döt Net. I am a software artist and inventor. My mission in life is to see computers solving the real world problems that we humans face today. To that end, I continually look for new ideas to make software development simpler, while searching for more ways to socialize those ideas.
With over 25 years of work experience, I have been a vocal leader in Open Source Software for the last 15. I love solving problems in ways that benefit not only my current task, but the art of programming in general. I take the most pride in my works that help people of many programming languages at once. I've coined this effort: Acmeism.
1122 E Pike St #721 Seattle, WA 98122
I am seeking contract work as a software engineer for a company that embraces Open Source technologies, and applies agile development techniques. I desire to work primarily as a telecommuter, in constant communication with a solid team who can deliver innovative software on time. As a prolific inventor of open technology, I will require permission to publish my generic software ideas as Open Source modules and libraries.
A consulting partnership with Andrew Cole.
A personal consulting business.
Independent Software Consultant. Perl consulting for local small businesses. Worked on many Open Source projects. Wrote articles for Perl magazines.
Software Engineer. Databuilt was the first company that attempted to automate the construction industry. Wrote Perl code for their mainline product.
CTO. Fatport was Canada's first public wifi vendor. I started this company and developed the initial access point system.
Software Developer. ActiveState is the company well known for putting Perl on Windows. Developed the Perl Module distribution automation system for their product, ActivePerl.
Computer Programmer. This company was a leader in Library Automation Systems for the most prestigious universities East of the Mississippi. Developed various programs in IBM 370 mainframe assembly language. Switched to Perl in 1998. Last 5 years was telecommute based.
Computer Programmer. My first and worst job in computers. Performed maintenance programming on their billing subsystem, in IBM 370 mainframe assembly language.
B.A. Computer Science, 1987
Northern Illinois University