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16 May 1973
Edegem, Belgium
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Koninklijk Atheneum - Bensberg Nordrhein-Westfalen DE
Koninklijk Atheneum - Mortsel Antwerpen BE
Universiteit Antwerpen - Antwerpen Antwerpen BE
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administrator, against a dark background, alt.sysadmin.recovery, alyson hannigan, babylon 5, bastard operator from hell, bauhaus, bbc, bbc.co.uk, beer, biology, black adder, blackadder, bofh, books, british comedy, cisco, coding, common lisp, computer games, computers, consider phlebas, couplings, debian, douglas adams, emacs, europe, european history, excession, feersum endjinn, free software, functional languages, geekdom, gnupg, hoegaarden, iain banks, iain m banks, iain m. banks, ian m. banks, internet, isaac asimov, italian food, james randi, john ringo, jwz, lart, least privilege, linux, look to windward, lusers, m c escher, m.c. escher, monty python, network administration, networking, networks, no damn privilege, physics, programming, red dwarf, root, rtfm, sci-fi, science fiction, shell scripts, superuser, sysadmin, system administration, tech support, terry pratchett, the culture, the player of games, undocumented features, unix, use of weapons, usenet refugees, vim, worse is better, x11, xscreensaver
I'm a debian maintainer that is interested in common lisp. I used to be a programmer but I changed to the dark side and now I configure firewalls and do general unix/security/network related stuff. You can see my Lisp/Debian blog at pvaneynddeblisp and I'm also on linkedin.

As I now work for Cisco I'm required to make it clear that: "the views expressed on this blog are mine and do not necessarily reflect the views of Cisco.". Obviously.