Here's the list:
- In 1985 I was attending a course on 4GL on Burroughs B Series mainframes. Being the only person there who had ever used an Apple II, TRS 80 or CP/M-based computer, I told the other attendees to keep an eye on dBASE, and we should think of replacing some of the green terminals with smaller computers for some tasks. Everyone looked at me like "good lord, he's only 18 - these things are toys and he doesn't know it yet". Time changed everything.
- I moved to New Zealand from Brazil, thanks to a job transfer. After working eight years for Unisys Brasil I joined Unisys New Zealand for another eight years, before leaving to work full time on Geekzone. I was with the Unisys Communications practice for about 10 years in total.
- The last two years before moving to New Zealand I spent flying between Londrina and Sao Paulo for a couple of projects, every week. One Friday evening I arrived back home and tried to start my motorcycle. It wouldn't start, because my Siberian Husky (yes, in Brazil!) ate all its cables (including brakes, accelerator) and lots of other bits, rendering it unusable for the next couple of weeks.
- I like good food. Brazilian food, in special feijoada or churrasco made with picanha is great, but Italian food will tip the balance too. And coffee.
- My first PDA was a US Robotics Pilot (the name Palm Pilot came after this first model), back in 1995. I've used all their models up to the Palm m515, then I switched to the Handspring Visor Prism. The reason for that was the Visorphone GSM Springboard module to transform the PDA into a PDA Phone. This was my last Palm OS handheld, because I switched to Windows Mobile soon after.
I am tagging Juha Saarinen, Russell Brown , Jason Dunn, Chris Leckness, and Long Zheng.
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