I’m dotwaffle, or waffle to my friends. I am neither made of potato nor waffley versatile. I do, however, talk incessantly.
My interests include network architecture, the demoscene, simulators of all shapes and sizes, and ensuring my latent OCD doesn’t make me do anything silly like fly halfway across the world to see some Englishmen make sub-par nob gags in San Francisco.
I first met Jono at LinuxExpo in London when I was helping a mate on the KDE stand. I saw he started a podcast and began getting more into the Linux world. Through the people I met at LUG Radio Lives, I found myself in a job that was half network engineering, half systems administration, and many of the arguments that the LUGRadio crew got into taught me a lot, including about the technical competence of the National Lottery web designers.
Bad Voltage took a little bit if getting used to (well, Bryan took a lot of getting used to! ) and has blossomed into a must-listen show for me. With or without frippery.
I should stop typing…