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Daniel Dick
Works at NoDivorces
Attended Stanford University
Lives in California
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Revival 3-S6 - Repent of excuses and lies to avoid duty
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Revival 3-S - Repent of unbelief - accusing God of lying
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Revival 3B - How to break up the fallow ground
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Revival 2 Final - Will you commit to God's call to revival?
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Revival 2C - When a revival is to be expected
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Revival 2A - When Revival is Needed
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Revival 3-S5 - Repent of neglect of prayer
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Revival 3-S1 - Repent of lack of love for God
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Revival 3A - How to promote a revival
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Revival Chapter 1 - Final - Closing remarks - Committment - Will You?
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Edward Wong's profile photo
Ivan Hock Keong Tay's profile photo
Agnes Tan's profile photo
Adarsh Srivastava's profile photo
Brandon Tay's profile photo
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Occupation
Just about anything to do with computers
Employment
  • NoDivorces
    Owner/Founder, 2001 - present
  • Clickmarks
    Director Operations and Information Technology, 2000 - 2001
  • PeopleSoft
    Staff Analyst, 1997 - 2000
  • Oracle
    Senior Systems Aministrator, 1994 - 1997
  • Ingres
    Member Technical Staff, 1990 - 1994
  • NASA
    Consultant / Systems Administrator, 1989 - 1990
  • US Script/Centene
    Senior Developer, 2007 - 2009
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California
Previously
California - Oregon - Some travel--Indonesia, Europe, Singapore, etc
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Introduction
Married to a wonderful lady, Eileen, and have a great daughter, Michelle who will be graduating from high school in 2011.

I'm a man with a responsible but crazy sense of humor, and often my jokes get missed or are noticed some time later.  I have awesome parents and awesome in-laws.  What else?  I'm a geek on steroids.

I tend to learn a technology fast and deeply but keep it in my mind only while I'm using it and then a month or two later, it's gone.  But, acquiring it back again is almost instantaneous.

I grabbed a VPS from Ubiquity with a plain Centos installation and am configuring DNS, Exim, TMDA, MySql, Apache, PHP, Java, phpMyAdmin, firewalls, a shared WordPress-MU setup, Drupal, in preparation for gradually moving my 25 or so web sites over to this kind of environment.

I'm hoping my strengths will outweigh my weaknesses at Google.  But in the meantime, I need to keep all my web related skills fresh.  Most recently, I had been working on web security and SEO foundations, but I find these can tax a system if they are not set up efficiently.  I need one or more Unix systems or VPS installations to do that.  The run of the mill C-panel type sites are nice when you want to kick back and be lazy, but if you want to move much of the activity up and out of the .htaccess files and away from things that burden the system and be able to cut out hackers and bots early, you really need full control.  I should be separating operations more but that's costly for the little operation I'm doing.  But, this should still suffice.

Then I want to get back into Java, and learn python, and perhaps keep fresh in several other technologies as well.

Well, that was long.  Oh.  I like people.  I can work hard and long and independently and think deeply, but what I enjoy most is collaborating at the white board with folks, teaching, mentoring, encouraging, helping others reach their potential.  I enjoy leadership roles and impromptu presentations as well as planned ones.

What else?  I have won awards in math, music, and photography, and technical support.

Oh, and did I say I'm a geek?  Actually, I prefer the term, "Technology Professional" except where geeky humor and geeky environments are appropriate and desirable.

Education
  • Stanford University
    Computer Science - Databases and Advanced Systems
  • C.S.U., Fresno
    BA Applied Mathematics
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Gender
Male
I have had reasons both to love this hospital system dearly and to become severely disappointed and to regret many of the unkind things I said in regard to CMC. Whatever CMC did wrong, they gave me the privilege of working for them for almost 3 1/2 years, and I loved my coworkers and management dearly. Until I was fired, I never had an enemy. If it appears this apology is forced, know that it isn't. I had a change of heart when I read other reviews, found some of them painful, and then realized if those people criticizing CMC caused me some pain, then my criticism must also be hurting some if not all of my coworkers, and none of them deserved this. I do wish CMC success in growing, improving, and excelling in areas where it is weak while retaining those areas where it is strong. And if there is no more battling between us in either direction or both, I will be very happy about that.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
In the name of Human Rights, the Human Rights Commission hypocritically conscripts Christians into service repulsive to their strongly held religious and moral values. It is one thing to contend for the right of homosexuals to marry. It is entirely different to tell religious people they cannot own a business unless they are willing to violate their principles and religious convictions. Shame on you. I hope and pray for a peaceful solution.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
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