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Mark R.


Boston, MA

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February 23, 2011

Are you a hack (writer, content creator, etc.) or a hacker (engineer, coder, designer, etc.)?

"Hacker" originally meant someone who wrote jaw-droppingly impressive code. In the '80s, journalists turned the term into something nefarious when they reported on hacker-wannabee kids who broke into systems. I've always aspired to be the former.

Are you looking for partners to collaborate on projects, and if so, what?

Yes and no. I've got some ideas, but nothing that's currently a real project.


I'm a software engineer whose focus for the past decade has been the LAMP stack. Prior to that I've worked in Java, C++, C, and assembler, and done a fair bit of low-level X11 along the way.

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