|location||Derbyshire, United Kingdom|
|visits||member for||1 year, 11 months|
|seen||Oct 16 '12 at 18:34|
I've worked in IT for about 30 years (since 1980) starting when I was doing research at university and got the role of Computer Manager in the Physics department. I've been at IT Manager for much of my career, but in recent years have done more software development (SQLserver, VB.Net, ASP, etc) than IT administration. I've also been a Poject Manager (Prince 2) and a software development manager.
Most of my professional work has been with Microsoft operating systems (currently Windows 8 at home) but I've kept up an interest in Linux throughout.
At home, in additon to several Windows laptops, I currently maintain 2 systems running Linux. Both is running Debian + MythTV; one is used a Personal Video Recorder and general filestore (it has about 5Tb of disks attached). The other just acts as a player and alternaed betweenDeian, for MythTV, and Windows 7, for iPlayer, BlnkBox, etc; it connects only by a WiFi connection which is configure to start before login so it also holds the essential config backup from the main server. Both use HD TVs as monitors. In the past, I've configured my home systems to use soft RAID (md devices) and currently have the PVR system using LVM as it allows partitions to span drives (and is easily reconfigurable).
I'd like to do a bit more with Android as I have a couple of tablets - my phones are a Blackberry and an iPhone! - and also get back to my Astronomy hobby (I haven't had my telescope out for a couple of year!
Married, with several cats, but no kids!
|bio||website||valedon.co.uk||visits||member for||1 year, 11 months|
|location||Derbyshire, United Kingdom||seen||Oct 16 '12 at 18:34|
Draw Bohr atomic model with electron shells in TeX?
Unfortunately, although you've made the nucleus stable, you've also changed the electron orbitals from circular to elliptical so the diagram no longer illustrates the Bohr model of the atom in having 2 electrons in the (filled) s-shell and and 4 in the (partially filled) d-shell. :-)