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Garth J.


San Francisco, CA

Member since:

March 26, 2012

What are your favorite three online web technology resources?

No answer yet

What three websites do you visit most often (that are suitable to mention in public)? (This is where I am usually working/reachable) (This is one of our current projects) (Used to work here, they closed in 2010 and began re-opened to a closed beta in December 2011 for legacy members while they relaunch the service in the cloud)

What's your professional affiliation and what you do there?

I'm an Operations Engineer for Below92 LLC/Coffee And Power. My primary responsibilities is maintaining the health of our application clouds, system administration, developer/sysadmin support and general catchall.

What web technologies are you most proficient in?

The traditional LAMP stack (php/perl, some python), *nix(bsd, solaris ,hp-ux, osx, linux)

What about website development would you most like to learn more about?

We've been developing services for our applications that use node.js/ for comet like interaction and I am learning more about javascript and node.js in production envirionments.


I don't live in state right now (Grad 1987, Capital High School), however a large contingent of my family re/still live from Moscow to Provo and I'd like to know if there are events when I might be traveling.

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