Hi, I reresend this message.
Just some ideas for the web page to get you started.
Let’s go with a “mission statement” (ack!) and some
bio information (including your own). Park and
Shashank, if you’re willing please send some bio
information to Alex as well for the web page.
The goal of this project is to make Ruby an excellent
choice for developing on the Win32 platform. Ruby has
lagged behind Perl and, especially, Python in the
Win32 arena. We intend to not only equal Perl and
Python in terms of Win32 development viability, but
surpass them both in terms of a superior API and
Bio: Daniel J. Berger (Project Leader)
Originally a student of Classical History, Daniel
Berger became a computer programmer when he joined the
US Air Force in late 1995 where he learned ADA, C and
Perl. After getting out of the military in 1999, he
eventually found a job working for US West (now Qwest)
as a Perl/Tk programmer. He eventally discovered Ruby
in 2001 or so, and has been enamored ever since.
These days Daniel spends most of his time developing
production support applications using Ruby, along with
a healthy dose of Oracle database interaction.
Daniel has numerous packages on the RAA as well as a
few Perl modules on CPAN.
I will intruduce myself.
I was born before one year of the Apollo 11 missoin.
I started computer programming in 1983 with BASIC on 8bit machine.
I have become interested in languages both human and computer languages.
I specialized in physics at the university in 1987.
I have studied several human languages like English, French, German,
Spanish, Russian, Japanese, Chinese and Latin in my college days.
But I cannot speak fluently any of them
Besides, I also have studied several programming languages like Assembly,
Pascal, C, C++, BASIC, Prolog, FORTRAN, COBOL, Ada, Modula, Smalltalk etc
during my college life.
I found a job at a small company called HANGANG Systems after graduation.
Since then going through some companies I learned by experience various
environments: Windows, Linux, SUN, HP, DEC, Oracle, Informix, SQL, Motif,
Apache, PHP, ASP, Java etc.
I took part in Korean broadcasting satellite control system coworked with
ETRI and a company Teltek located at Vancouver,Canada in 1995.
I developed the Ozone Monitoring and Alarming System for Korean Ministry of
Environment in 1998.
I met Ruby accidentally at computer magazine in 2000.
I made some solutions with Ruby in company such as real-time meta search
engine, doname name whois query, calendar system conversion, web auto
I contribued for Ruby community with a little extension libraries like
wxRuby, PCRE, win32-popen etc.
Now I’m working at a small company called INDI Systems, Inc.
Edit for your purpose.