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I solve IT problems. I connect system A with system B. I teach people stuff. I do this mostly with Linux systems. To make stuff happen I write a lot of custom scripts in various programming lanuages like Perl, Python, Bash, C, Java, Ruby, etc. I have clients all over the world (Australia, Switserland, US, etc).
I am also the project leader of the open source LibrePlan project. So go to that site if you need more information about an open source webbased project management application.
I occasionally write an article for my blog, but I have also written a number of books:
- LPI Essentials (Dutch)
- Open ICT voor Managers (Dutch)
- LibrePlan, the missing manual (English)
If you have a question, please contact me at email@example.com.
Have a nice day.
hpr2683 :: Using Open source tools to visualize the heartrate and blood oxygen saturation level of my stepchildReleased on 2018-11-14 under a CC-BY-SA license.
Using Python, PHP, JQuery and Linux to visualize the heartrate and blood oxygen saturation level of my stepdaughter.
Jeroen Baten talks about how he used his knowledge of a couple of open source tools to visualize the heartrate and oxygen saturation in the blood of one of his children and how this aided a pediatrician at the Wilhelmina childrens hospital to come to the right conclusion and treatment. This talk is a mix of tech and 43 surgery sessions on one single human being.
Now, this is not a doom and gloom lecture.
Actually it is a talk about what is going to happen in the next 30 years.
It is a talk about what is called “postcapitalism”.
It is a talk about how almost all jobs are going to disappear due to automation. But also how we are going to think about this this and come up with solutions.
It talks about the three big challenges we need to face.
And yes, this involves you as well!
Yes, this talk is about running your own mainframe on your own hardware. Mainframes are old, yes, but they are still very much alive. New hardware is still being developed and there are a lot of fresh jobs in this area too. A lot of mainframes run COBOL workloads. COBOL is far from a dead language. It processes an estimated 85% of all business transactions, and 5 billion lines of new COBOL code are written every year. In this session the speaker will help you in take your first steps towards running your own mainframe. If you like then after this session you can continue to build your knowledge of mainframe systems using the links provided during the talk. Come on in and learn the basics of a completely different computer system! And it will take you less than an hour to do that!