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Name: Scott Buffington
Member since: 2003-12-30 02:25:27
Last Login: 2009-02-05 22:59:25

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Homepage: http://scott.buffington.me

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I am a sys admin and entrepreneur in Pennsylvania. I work with AIX, HP-UX, Solaris and Linux. I develop with C, Cocoa, shell scripting, PHP, PERL and Python.

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22 Jul 2007 (updated 22 Jul 2007 at 15:42 UTC) »

Been a while since I updated my profile. My current online hangouts.

Scott Buffington Scott Buffington's Dot Plan Scott Buffington's Dot Project

2 Oct 2006 (updated 22 Jul 2007 at 15:38 UTC) »
20 Jan 2005 (updated 22 Jul 2007 at 15:44 UTC) »

Podcastech Forum: a central place for the podcasting community to discuss the technology behind creating, delivering, and consuming podcasts. See you there.

Update: this place no longer exists

I have a lot of gmail accounts that I would love to give out to anyone who is looking for an account. Head over for coffee and conversation and contact me via the contact link, or post a reply anywhere on the website telling me you want an account.

 

Scotbuff certified others as follows:

  • Scotbuff certified Scotbuff as Apprentice
  • Scotbuff certified chipster as Journeyer
  • Scotbuff certified evilwalrus as Master
  • Scotbuff certified mirwin as Journeyer
  • Scotbuff certified jameskay as Apprentice

Others have certified Scotbuff as follows:

  • Scotbuff certified Scotbuff as Apprentice
  • chipster certified Scotbuff as Apprentice
  • mirwin certified Scotbuff as Apprentice
  • jameskay certified Scotbuff as Master

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