John D. Baker, KN5UKS
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John D. Baker
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[ About me |
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IBM OS/2 ]
[ The Amiga |
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The Trailing Edge of Technology ]
[ The Computer Journal |
Hobbies and Interests |
Other Fun Stuff |
My AMosaic Hotlist ]
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[ Personal web server
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My name is
John Donald Baker.
Until recently, I was employed as a Field Service Engineer with
Wind River Systems, Inc.
and operating in the Houston, Texas area.
In case there was some doubt that I'm a gEEk, here's my
Geek Code (v2.1):
Prior to that, I was employed as a Software Engineer with
VMETRO, Inc., a manufacturer of
bus analyzers for VMEbus, FutureBus+, and PCIbus, high-performance
I/O subsystems, and PMC modules, in Houston, Texas.
I graduated (again!) from
Texas A&M University with
a B.S. degree in
Computer Engineering in May of 1996.
In December of 1992, I completed a B.S. in
Agricultural Engineering, also
at Texas A&M.
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My interests so far include:
Japanese Animation (aka
Symphonic Band literature and
The Amiga HackNet
Can your browser do
(Amiga Mosaic Test Suite)
The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Computing
Walnut Creek CDROM
Picture of me.
George's Home Page
Darren Ewaniuk (Mr. CDTV)
WWW Catalog -- ISINDEX Interface
Silicon Graphics Home Page
World Cup USA '94 Home Page
The Amiga Home Page
IBM OS/2 Warp Home Page
OAK Software Repository
(vive la Dirty Pair!)
*...of Amiga 2000, Amiga 500, and CDTV keyboard connectors.
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