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Laurence A. Lee
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Blogger / Vlogger / New Media Writer, Consultant, Software Developer, Web Developer
Lalee Consulting LLC
Areas of Interest (Robotics, Software Architecture, Green Energy, Web 2.0, etc.):
Linux, Ruby, Mobile Device development (iPhone, Droid, etc), Social Network Application development, Programming Language Theory (language constructs, compiler theory), and Green/Renewable Energy
Software Language Proficiencies / Interests:
C, C#, HTML, Java, Javascript, PHP, Python, Ruby, SQL, Visual Basic, XML
About Me:
Aloha! I’m Laurence A. Lee, a freelance Technical Solutions Architect -- more commonly known as a “Software Engineer on Steroids” -- located in Honolulu, Hawaii.

I am a certified Enterprise Applications Developer, at least, according to Microsoft.

I am also a Fedora (Linux) Ambassador for Hawaii and I’d imagine a fair portion of the Pacific Rim. I may be able to provide free Fedora Linux DVDs and some Technical Assistance in the local area, but please, don’t ask me for free hats. :-)

I am nothing special to Apple. OK, that’s not entirely true. I am an Apple Developer with an iPhone Developer’s Kit. And I darn well know how to use it, too, so watch out!

For work, I write code. For fun, I… write even more code.

I can develop code for a wide variety of platforms, from obscure novelties like Xbox-Linux, to Commercial Enterprise platforms like Microsoft Dynamics, SharePoint Server, and Windows, to the bleeding-edge of open-source like Ruby on Rails 3 on Ruby 1.9.
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At 1:41pm on March 14, 2009, Fred Baclig said…
Great, will do! I actually do have a favorite framework it's and then django and I just recently wondered into the Ruby world recently.

I just finished up writing a little flickr like application in sinatra(complete with users and search) on my local server. It feels "clean" =P
At 12:59pm on March 12, 2009, Fred Baclig said…
The world of web development is so much more fun than desktop apps, lol. But, it looks like I'm going to be more busy reading up on all these different new/exciting frameworks.

BTW: do you know of any places that are looking for a intern ruby/python web developer? I'm looking to get some experience under my belt so, I'm ready to hit the ground running after graduation.
At 3:04am on March 12, 2009, Fred Baclig said…
seen you mention Sinatra in one of your comments, it's great stuff!
At 11:40am on February 23, 2009, Daniel Leuck said…
To others checking out Laurence's page - We highly recommend him for Linux sys admin work. He is an absolute pro.
At 5:58am on February 18, 2009, Mika Leuck said…
Thank you for sharing with us at the LUG and on TechHui!
At 1:06am on February 18, 2009, Nate Sanders said…
Oh yeah -- if you're ever feeling bored, write a review of the Hele. I'd love to get a critical review of it-- particularly interested in latency characteristics as I make heavy use of ssh.
At 1:03am on February 18, 2009, Nate Sanders said…
Good talk/good meeting at the LUG. I'm going to download Fedora and possibly CentOS and install as a vmware fusion image.

I've been wanting to standardize on a single platform for a particular project -- teaching a computer vision/OpenCV class. Even in the latest Ubuntu, there's not good support for UVC (Universal Video Class -- a new USB device class, similar to what mass storage was for storage devices -- single driver) webcams. V4L is in kind of a weird state right now, it seems. I may end up just forgetting about getting any sort of standard platform and instead write a statically-linked UVC framegrabber and have people hit that with Python's OpenCV bindings, as C/C++ don't seem to be too big in Honolulu. I may write a blog post on TechHui later when I work out all the details.

In any case, good that we have a LUG now.
At 1:47pm on January 9, 2009, Bill Spencer said…
Hey Laurence, I wondered if that was you. Nice to heare from you. I hope all is well with you. Someday if you are in the mood for a long sad story, I will tell you how the MedSurf thing all worked out. The Reader's Digest condensed version is that the Doc screwed me big time! Have a great 2009!
At 9:12pm on November 20, 2008, Greg Hester said…
Hi Laurence. Thanks for attend the Eclipse User's Group meeting this past Tuesday. Your expertise in Ruby really added to the discussion. Be sure to join the Eclipse Group here at TechHui so you can keep up with whats going on there.
At 4:21pm on August 25, 2008, Kurt Sussman said…
I always want to keep as much of what I earn as possible, and I assume everyone else does too. I'm happy to share the tricks I've learned. I hope the royalty trick is useful to you.

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