Hello, and welcome to my website! It's still under construction – but then, aren't they all? This page is a placeholder while I set up my content.
By day I'm a programmer (mostly Perl, but also languages like
Python and Ruby) and Linux system administrator/enthusiast. By night I'm a radio ham, I play the banjo and write songs.
Eventually I'll have pages reflecting all of these interests, and maybe more.
In the meantime, the links below will take you to pages that actually exist on the site. Thanks for visiting!
-- Creede Lambard
Shoreline, Washington (a/k/a Baja B.C.)
Here's my most recent resume which you can get as a DOC file (suitable for Microsoft Word), an ODT file (suitable for OpenOffice or LibreOffice), or a PDF file (suitable for viewing outside a word processor).
And here's a link to my JIST card (PDF only). What's a JIST card? This page will give you an overview. Think of it as a mini-resume.
You can also download a few samples of my work (.zip format) There are a couple of Perl projects and a Java version of one of them.
My GPG public key – it may come in handy someday.
I may have the only web server in the world that does a magic trick. (Written in Perl, of course!)
And finally, Dark Lullaby, a sample of my singing and songwriting (mp3 format). There's no banjo on this piece. Better than that; the guitar work is by my friend, talented and award-winning blues artist C. D. Woodbury. (This was recorded for the Conflikt IV souvenir CD. If you like do-it-yourself music, you owe it to yourself to check out Conflikt, a local get-together we have every January.)