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[http://www-personal.edfac.usyd.edu.au/staff/souters/Humour/Real.Programmer.Stories.html Real Programmers Don't Use Pascal]

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Joerg Reisenweber

Openmoko HW and Synergy


Associated to Openmoko hardware-department
Function: consultant, senior developer, QA

Frequently used nicks on IRC: jOERG_rw, DocScrutinizer
mailto: joerg@openmoko.org
(fallback: "joerg" <reisenweber AT gmx DOT net>)
( include display-name for feeding spamfilter! )

Homebase: Germany


Q: What's the story with the lower-case "j" in my name "jOERG"?
A: As I had the bad habit to write all-lower-case in German texts, I considered using the Shift-key at least for my signature, though the wrong way round, would make a nice individual note and a pun on this mannerism.
So you may reference me by my correct name "Jörg", "Joerg" or "joerg", whereas the character sequence "jOERG" is to be considered the electronic analogy to a hand-written signature supposed to be used by me solely.
(I know this last sentence sounds a little like N.Wirth :D )

/jOERG





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Joerg Reisenweber

Openmoko HW and Synergy


Associated to Openmoko hardware-department
Function: consultant, senior developer, QA

Frequently used nicks on IRC: jOERG_rw, DocScrutinizer
mailto: joerg@openmoko.org
(fallback: "joerg" <reisenweber AT gmx DOT net>)
( include display-name for feeding spamfilter! )

Homebase: Germany


Q: What's the story with the lower-case "j" in my name "jOERG"?
A: As I had the bad habit to write all-lower-case in German texts, I considered using the Shift-key at least for my signature, though the wrong way round, would make a nice individual note and a pun on this mannerism.
So you may reference me by my correct name "Jörg", "Joerg" or "joerg", whereas the character sequence "jOERG" is to be considered the electronic analogy to a hand-written signature supposed to be used by me solely.
(I know this last sentence sounds a little like N.Wirth :D )

/jOERG