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About Me


I'm Tim Sneddon and this is my blog.  I am the proprietor of Endless Software Solutions, an Australian-based international business offering software consulting, development and support services.  Once upon a time I worked for Reynolds & Reynolds (now Pentana Solutions) in Australia and the various incarnations of Infomedia's Business Systems Division.

You may have also noticed from the heading of this page that I am an associate member of the Free Software Foundation.  I am also an associate member of the Trisquel GNU/Linux distribution, ACM SIGPLAN, Connect Worldwide and the Australian Skeptics.

On this web log you can expect to see a number of different topics covered.  There will be plenty of OpenVMS, PL/I, BLISS, Linux, LLVM, C and many others (maybe even some Itanium assembly and TECO too).  I'll try and keep up a level of "human" posts too.

This blog isn't my only literary outlet.  I have also contributed articles (and continue to do so) to the OpenVMS Technical Journal.  If you're just interested in my articles, you can read them here.

I also own some frames from the Australian horror/thriller film, The Tunnel.

When I'm not messing with computers or spending time with my family I like to mess around with my cameras.  You can see some of my work at My Photos (built from a feed from my Flickr account).

About This Site

This site is maintained using the VWcms content management package being served from the WASD HTTP Server software on a VAXstation 4000/VLC running OpenVMS VAX V7.3.  The CSS framework used to develop this site is called Fluid 960 Grid System (or fluid960gs) which is developed by Stephen Bau.

The icons in the header of this blog were developed by IconDock.com & Double-J Design and can be found here: Vector Social Media Icons.

This site also uses the JQuery JavaScript library, as well as the Thickbox plugin.  The My Photos gallery uses Galleria to fetch and display my photos from Flickr. It is also known to work with the following browsers:

[Firefox] [Chrome] [Safari][IE][Opera]

This site has also been validated against the following W3C standards:

[Valid CSS]   [VALIDATE]