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Matt Hoskins
Works at New Jersey Institute of Technology
Attended Don Bosco Technical high school
Lives in Lafayette, NJ 07848
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My new #raspberry_pi clock design, boards fabricated by dirtypcbs.com... Red 0.6mm blank PCB used as a front diffuser looks great, the photos dont do justice ;-) 
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"Monkey under test"  ... MuT .... Yea, i'm using that all over the place.  Thanks Dave

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Love the EDSAC series of videos!

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Making iced coffee is sort of a science in our house. .. banana for scale
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XMAS Turkey 2015, @SYSATT style... Trigger Warning: There will be butter
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Def seems like something in the chain between the chargen overlay and the tcon.  And smearing only seems to be triggered by pixels in certain positions in a character block.  since text is likely generated on the cpu board and overlayed on the tcon, could certainly be on cpu board.  Other possibility, dare i say it?  the "F" word... firmware?  firmware is a four letter word, ive had stranger things happen ;-)  caught in strange vid more that triggers a bug

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Doing a lot of typing today. ..
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Children are not born knowing hate.   They are born into a language-less world knowing only love, friendship and cooperation.  Their young minds and bodies need the cooperation of parents to survive and grow.  They don’t know division, bias or hate.  Over time these concepts are absorbed, hopefully not intentionally, but they sneak in.  The idea that people deserve judgement.  That knowing a single fact about a person means you do not need to know anything else.  Sometimes these ideas, ingrained in adults, become reinforced by societal structures.  But we adults make the rules, and we can change them.  

Yesterday, another one of those societal structures was corrected.   That arc of justice was bent just a little more toward that childish ideal world without bias or division.  It’s a long arc, and there is a lot more bend left to go, but it moved.  We all felt it.   

Today, I am proud of my fellow adults.  

Children of today will likely know nothing of rotary telephones or the horrors of dialup internet.  They belong in museums too.  It is exciting to think that, now, maybe, if we just stay out of their way, they will also never know limits to who they can love. 
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Is this hipster electronics?  Seriously, This is way more work than using one of the free tools like Fritzing

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Much to my (@sysmatt) delight, my Novena motherboard was waiting on my doorstep when I got home friday night.  Bunnie Huang and (@bunniestudios) Sean Cross's (@xobs) open source motherboard. At first glance it's simply beauti...
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Occupation
I usually tell people: "I work with computers, big ones"... Linux, Unix (Solaris, AIX), VMware, SAN, NetApp, LSI, Tape, NetBackup, IBM iDataplex, IBM BCH, IBM N-Series
Skills
I can haz skillz? Project management and planning, Workflow, Systems management, UNIX, Linux, Social Media?, Communication, Automation and scripting, Perl, Shell, Bash, PHP, Apache, Tomcat, Docker, GIT, Subversion, Splunk, Brocade SAN, Tape/Robots/Libraries, GPFS, Lustre, OpenAFS, Kerberos, RedHat Linux/RHEL, Centos, Ubuntu, Fedora, Oracle DB...[TRUNCATED]
Employment
  • New Jersey Institute of Technology
    Sr Enterprise Architect, 2010 - present
  • New Jersey Institute of Technology
    Sr Enterprise Analyst, 2000 - 2010
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Lafayette, NJ 07848
Previously
Hawthorne, NJ 07506
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/dev/random ramblings of a common nerd. Output may not make sense.
Introduction
IT Professional, Kitchen Hacker, Electronics hobbyist, and coder of microprocessors small and large.  Author of articles published in Linux Journal, SysAdmin, ;login:, as well as self published.   Useless in conversation about "sports".   Accomplished in the arts of *NIX system  husbandry.   VMware/KVM/XEN virtualization flock herder.  Amateur farmer of all manner of fruit and vegetables.   Follow me on twitter: @SYSMATT
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Be excellent to each other.
Education
  • Don Bosco Technical high school
    1991 - 1994
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