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jjhorner

by jjhorner (Hermit)
on Apr 03, 2000 at 19:59 UTC ( #6727=user: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

The woman pictured above is my beautiful wife. We tied the knot on July 1,2000. The ugly, dumpy schmoe with her is me. We've been married a very, very long time, now. She doesn't hate me yet, so maybe it will go the distance, or she's just a glutton for punishment.

About me:

  • I'm a computer security specialist located in East TN.
  • Very interested in network and web server security.
  • I code perl because it does the job quickly and efficiently.
  • I use Open Source (Linux, Apache, Perl, etc) because it makes sense.

My .plan:

I'M ALIVE

My own mod_perl module is actually seeing some use. That is strange, because right after I published it, I realized how useless it really is. Browsers make coding authentication modules very confusing. If you want to help, look up Apache::AuthExpire. I'm currently changing it. I'll let you know when the new version is out.

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Corion had a meeting with some startup today. They have a very interesting DB proxy product, but their tech stack is really, really weird. They use the Pg wire protocol but not the Pg libraries to handle it. They support Pg SQL syntax, but don't use ...
[Corion]: ... the Pg parser (or so they claim).
[Corion]: Also, they rolled their own user management instead of supporting LDAP for user/role management, but that just shows that they're new in the enterprise market :)
Corion also just now realizes they didn't leave business cards.
[erix]: can you drop a name? :)

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