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I'm a London-based software developer. Originally from New York, I came here in 1997 to run European application development for Standard & Poors. I now work independently ... and I'm still here!
Having seen how US software behaves outside the US, I'm keenly interested in problems of global and multilingual software design. I also used to write intelligence-gathering software, and still can't resist a well-turned algorithm! Before my IT career I was in music, and I'm now combining both interests in a highly-exciting 'Project-X'. I could tell you what it is, but ....
When not thinking about all of the above, I'm fascinated by all aspects of different cultures. (You can't take New York out of the New Yorker.) Interests include jazz, classical and world music, languages, history and ethnic food. I'm also an amateur travel writer and photographer, and run a site at www.travelogues.net, which you're welcome to stop by and visit!