an amateur techie who self teaches whatever catches his interest. At a young age he programmed Python and started using Linux as his daily driver operating system. Joining the Navy, he took time out of the tech world and is back. He is currently self-teaching himself to program in Java, Android Development, and anything that catches his eye. He is still a full time sailor. He can be caught on the air on his local VHF/UHF repeaters under his Ham Radio call sign, KJ4NTV.
Lately, the news has been full of quantum computers. For example, the Chinese have recently sent up the first quantum communications satellite. That leaves some asking, “How long until we see these these quantum machines powering our homes and in… Read More ›
Code was recommended to me when I was 17 years old, browsing the computer book section in Barnes and Nobles. A man who worked as a full-time Java software developer struck up a conversation with me and asked why I… Read More ›
Recently, after last year’s trail period with a handful of selected operators, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has officially to opened up the 630 meter band (472 to 479 kHz) and 2.2 km band (135.7 to 137.8) to all licensed… Read More ›