User:BrentAngeline

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Brent Angeline

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Independent Web Developer
Information Technology Consultant


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Operating systems

I use BSD Unix for servers and Linux for client devices (desktops, mobile platforms, etc.).

Server

Servers I run generally use FreeBSD (including the one for this wiki), as it provides a great balance of speed, stability, security, and compatibility. For special security needs, I'd turn to OpenBSD. For networking specialty hardware, I'd explore the options of NetBSD or an embedded Linux.

Desktop

While BSD may excel on the server end, Linux generally provides a richer multimedia experience at present, so I prefer it on the desktop and mobile devices. Since I favor KDE (K Desktop Environment) for managing my application windows in a graphical environment, I am partial to desktop distributions where KDE is well-integrated.

I'm currently using PCLinuxOS on my primary desktop. It's a well-integrated KDE distribution, blazingly fast, and everything "just worked" with a minimum of configuration. I downloaded, burned, and booted the LiveCD; gave the distro a test drive, liked what I saw, and decided to install it; and ultimately found it very quick to get everything installed, configured, and updated. I've been using it since December of 2007.

I'd like to try out Arch Linux next when I have more time to spend on setting up a desktop environment, as I keep reading that it is very BSD-like in nature. I would also consider giving openSUSE another shot.

I've had experience working with other open source distributions as well, including Debian, DesktopBSD, Fedora, Gentoo, Kubuntu, PC-BSD, Red Hat, SUSE, Ubuntu, and various embedded systems.

Web

interos: internet operating system

interos is a secure cross-browser web platform coming soon to interos.com and open sourced at interos.org.


Applications

interos.org: internet open source

interos.org exists for the development of open source Java and Flash web applications for an open web platform. interos.org is also host to a number of non-profit wikis (including this one). The main site and its wiki are also in development, and their launch will coincide with that of interos.com.

Solution stack for web applications

A solution stack is a set of software subsystems or components needed to deliver a fully functional solution, e.g., a product or service.

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Interests

AES-256, Animation, Art, Astronomy, BSD, C, C++, CG, CGI, Code, Comic books, Commodore 64, Computers, Computer graphics, Computer security, Concerts, Cosmology, CSS, Delphi, Design, DHTML, Digital video, Drawing, Electronics, Encryption, Ergonomics, FastCGI, Film, Fractals, FreeBSD, Free software, Gadgets, Graphic design, Graphical User Interfaces, GUIs, HDTV, Home theater, HTML, JavaScript, Juggling, Linux, Live music, Movies, Multi-monitor, Music, Network security, Open source, Operating systems, Pascal, PCLinuxOS, PDAs, pdaXrom, Philosophy, Photoshop, Programming, Science, Science fiction, Security, Sharp Zaurus, Software, Space, SSL, Tablet PCs, Technology, Television, TLS, Touchscreens, Trivia, Video, Video games, Web design, Web development, Writing, XHTML, XML, Zaurus

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