Who am I?
My name is Krzysztof Staniorowski and I was born in 1991. I live in Poland, more precisely in Pomerania province. I'm still a student but playing around *nix boxes and running my own Jabber server consumes a lot of my time. I also write a blog about modern technology (ksx4system's difference). Sometimes people call me a “grammar nazi”. I can't even imagine life without music. My current workspace looks like this and that's my home server setup.
You should write my nickname using small letters only.
What skills and experience do I have?
Linux (Debian, Ubuntu, openSUSE - advanced), MacOS X (advanced), Windows (advanced), MikroTik RouterOS (intermediate), OpenBSD (intermediate), Photoshop (intermediate), sound editing (advanced), Jabber/XMPP (Prosody – advanced), Apache, lighttpd and Hiawatha WWW servers (intermediate), HTML/CSS (SharePoint Designer 2007 - intermediate), bash/ksh shell scripting language (intermediate).
What languages do I speak?
Polish (mother tongue), English (advanced), German (beginner), Swedish (beginner).
What do I like the most?
Indie rock/dnb/dubstep/other electronic genres, black coffee with a lot of sugar, earl grey tea, Marlboro Frost cigarettes, night, open source, open culture, English language, Euronews channel, Travel channel, Swedish language, AMD and nVidia hardware.
Where can you find me?
I'm on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Last.fm, Jamendo and many more. Of course can still contact me by e-mail (ksx4...@gmail.com) or Jabber. If you choose the last one then you should get my GnuPG key.
How do I look like?
I knew you'll ask, here you are! :-)
Of course no, you can find more content here. Keep in mind that my website evolves continously and some things may not work at the moment.
Thanks for visiting my homepage. Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. First version of this page was made around summer 2008 and after trillions of changes and ages of non-existence I made it from scratch again, around January 2011.
Last modified: 02/04/12,
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