Re: What's a debian kid look like?
Matt <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> Who are we here? I'm curious about what the Debian demographic is.
I'm a 22yo male, single, Christian. BSc (Comp. Sci), studying Grad
Diploma in Info Tech. I live in Brisbane, Australia.
I installed my first Linux System in 1997 (Debian) on a 486 with no Net
and no CD. I downloaded all the packages I wanted on my Mac and copied
them onto floppies for transfer! That was painful! A few months later
the HD crashed, so to avoid that slow process again, I bought a cheap
RedHat CD and borrowed a friends CD drive. I gave up on RedHat around
7.0 and returned to Debian, and haven't looked back! I also run an
I do coding in C/C++, Java and shell. I've also done Python and Ada as
well as Prolog, Haskell, MIPS assembler, and a little Lisp at uni. I'm
learning Perl and PHP at the moment. I'm also doing some work at the
moment using C# and .NET.
In my spare time, I play too much HL/CS/Q3A. I also like to read, write,
watch movies, ski, drive, sleep, and just go out with my friends.