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@Hammarberg
Drapeau de Sweden KÄvlinge, Sweden
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Been there, done that, printed the t-shirt I started to work as programmer 1984 at what then was COSAB, which later became EXOMATIC AB. We were programming in BASIC, C, assembly (Zilog, 80x86, 8051). Operating systems were CP/M, CP/M-86, DOS and ABC (a swedish computer, manufactured by Luxor, constructed by DIAB). I was mainly responsible for the PC-part but took also part in the development of the internals of the logs. Some of the projects that did was (among others); EXOdev (an programming ide), communication drivers, some TSR, EXOoperator - a GUI for managing and controlling processes. I was also on the field programming this loggers (IVT Tranås, Tidningshuset Hisingsbacka, Falköpingsbostäder). 1988 I left EXOMATIC and joined ProVeA in Wexijo and become their "fix-it!" beside working as a programmer. They was active in sewer and plumbing, mostly targeting parishes. Their product was mostly written in Turbo Pascal and assembly, targeting DOS. Autograf was a generic database manager for handling huge amount of data (31 loggers, sampling rate 10sec, running 24/7 for five+ years). VeACAD - construction and maintainance of sewers (we were expanding the fields to also include electric lines, gas and pipe-lines). These program was first to use a CUA and then later be moved to Windows. As there were several loggers and they had a lot in common a object oriented approach seemed natural. Due to some very high hardware demands several drivers for graphic cards and plotters/printers had to be constructed. During 1996-1997 I also took part in the ISO-9001 certification program. I have a deep knowledge of several programming languages and knows more than the average about many other languages. As I've been around from IBM-PC I have a very good knowledge of the innards of the personal computer. As I upon several times have had to extend old programs I have learned the hard way not only to write efficient code but also maintainable. I do have to confess that I'm mostly a software guy. I know how to solder but... I have worked in all levels on software projects, from the little guy up to project lead (I prefer technical lead). Member of IEEE, IEEE Computer and ACCU.
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