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David Fetrow
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There is that new UDP protocol Google is pushing. Possible surprises there and it's awful new..
 
Searching a thesis on IP network for my engineer degree, asking for ur help´╗┐
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Yep. Shoulda and willa in future. Thanks

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DevOps/SysAdmin
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  • Spoken.com
    DevOps Engineer, 2015 - present
    Making multiple Private Clouds Do Stuff Together Sanely.
  • Applied Physics Lab, University of Washington
    SysAdmin/Manager, 2001 - 2015
    Making VM's, Linux, Windows and MacOS X Do Stuff. A little scientific programming. A little people managing and budgeting.
  • Biostatistics, University of Washington
    SysAdmin, 1987 - 2001
    Making Windows, AIX, BSD Unix and Solaris Do Stuff. Statistics, Statistics, Statistics. A little genetics.
  • CQS, University of Washington
    Research Assistant, 1982 - 1987
    Making Primos Do Stuff. Making BSD Unix Do Stuff. Ecological Modelling.
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Born in Florida, mostly live/lived in Washington (state).
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On time, fast, competent, friendly and worth what he charges.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Amazing amount of computer history, much of it running, some of it you can actually sit down and use, in a small space. It is compact but not packed. Last living PDP-7, PDP-10, Xerox Alto workstation and a Sigma mainframe, Altair (w/ teletype and paper tape no less), IBM 360, Interdata, HP, Psion, Windows 1, Mac 128K , hollow floor for the mainframes, and quite a bit more including a CDC 6400 they hope to get up and running (that'll be a challenge but I bet they succeed).
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
A classic 1920's - date American restaurant. In the same location the whole time. It gets updated but doesn't change much. Some of the regulars have been coming for a half century and that is not a joke. The pie can be pretty stunning but mostly just solid old fashioned recipe American food. Atmosphere isn't seen much any more: staff has very low turnover, more civilized than a chain diner but not very fancy either.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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I've come to this store a lot over the years since the week it opened. The staff has usually (but not quite always) been helpful. By my lights, this is a good office supply store. The layout is sensible, prices reasonable. It's rarely crowded. The store has been adequately to well stocked on almost every visit. It's clean, it has good parking and is near several bus lines. It is very near Seattle's main bike path (Burke-Gillman Trail). Typically: I go in, get what I need quickly, pay a reasonable price to an efficient but pleasant checker and go back to work. That's about as good as gets for an office supply store. My one complaint on the appeal front is I really wish it wasn't beige.
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Quality: Very GoodAppeal: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Cozy, excellent small used bookstore w/ coffee, nice food. Very supportive of the neighborhood and local musicians. A comfortable place.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago