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John Hardin
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John Hardin and Steve Mills are now friends
Jul 16, 2012
John Hardin and Ray Tsuchiyama are now friends
Mar 15, 2012
John Hardin commented on Daniel Leuck's group Maui Techies
"I'd also be interested."
Mar 15, 2012
John Hardin replied to Paul's discussion What you CAN'T do on a Mac (or Windows) in the group Linux
"Last I looked, you couldn't create symbolic or hard links to files on Windows.   Used to complain that you could only resize windows on a Mac desktop by grabbing the lower right corner, but that seems to have changed on Lion to become more…"
Sep 21, 2011
Paul Graydon replied to John Hardin's discussion Hire vs Train in the group Maui Techies
"I apply will ye, nill ye, to jobs.  My general rule of thumb is to confidently hit 50% of must, and be able to take a stab at a further 25%, but I'm not necessarily zealous about those percentages.  If I've got 50% of must…"
Sep 1, 2011
Jamie Dinkelacker replied to John Hardin's discussion Hire vs Train in the group Maui Techies
"Like so many tough decisions, "it depends".   Personally, I prefer the "train 'em" approach, but that requires both knowledgeable staff and available time to acculturate and train someone. In my experience, very…"
Sep 1, 2011
DK Hao replied to John Hardin's discussion Hire vs Train in the group Maui Techies
"Interesting dialog.  In my current work I evaluate project teams/individuals to insure my client's achieve their specific mission requirements/objectives.  Am sure it depends on the situation but am a big fan of bringing in bright,…"
Sep 1, 2011

Profile Information

Occupation:
Software Developer
Company:
Venturi Wireless
Areas of Interest (Robotics, Software Architecture, Green Energy, Web 2.0, etc.):
Linux, iPhone, iPad, Android, Linux appliances, mobile apps
Software Language Proficiencies / Interests:
C, C++, Fortran, HTML, Pascal, PHP, Python, SQL, Other
About Me:
I've been programming since 1966, professionally since 1973. My longest jobs have been with Hewlett Packard (14 years), Network General (7 years) and now Venturi Wireless (8 years so far). For the past decade I have been doing Linux software on servers. I'm a co-author of Linux Appliance Design (No Starch Press, 1977) and one of the original developers of HP's Openview.

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At 2:02am on February 11, 2010, Jerry Isdale said…
Hi John

Maui+ TOaks? small world. Main reason for maui move is new wife wants to return to island and I want to leave TO. Got a nice place in Haiku last summer and plan to bring tools & tech to start a hackerspace, do small manufacturing (fab lab), training, and maybe some sw dev to pay the bills.
At 9:10pm on October 28, 2008, Terrance Young said…
I was there in '81 and worked at the Student Health Center as a Programmer about '88? I think or so they still had everything on cards in PL1and was paying for processing time so I moved everything over to the PC's and to COBOL and processed all the data there then just uploaded it to the database on the Mainframe. I still remember my first Card program which was to make a frog jump in decreasing amounts until a certain distance then stop in Fortran, I still have those cards somewhere haha..
At 7:08pm on October 28, 2008, Don Gilmore said…
Hi John,
I was a prolific NeXTStep developer and used Objective-C for ten years. Probably my all-time favorite platform. Apple has added a lot, and I need to get back up to speed, but it remains very familiar to me.

Email me at ddgilmore@gmail.com if you want to discuss further.
Thanks!
At 6:57am on October 28, 2008, Don Gilmore said…
Hi John. I see we both joined the hui within a day of each other. Finally, someone who's been programming longer than I have!
At 8:33pm on October 27, 2008, Mika Leuck said…
E komo mai John! We hope you had a nice weekend.

The FAQ is a good place to learn about the site. You may want to join some of the interest groups such as C/C++, Python and Maui Techies.

We hope you find TechHui useful and invite others. Have a great week!
 
 
 

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