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Devon P. Hubner


My first computer was the Commodore 64. My mother wanted us to have the same computer they had in the schools so we would know how to use the machine, so my father bought us an Apple IIgs. One day I saw Lemmings on the Macintosh and just had to have one of those machines. I saved my money forever and finally bought a Macintosh PowerBook 165c.

I got in to programming BASIC on the Apple II. I had wanted to develop an AI. In 1989 there was a Magical World of Disney remake of The Absented Minded Professor with an AI called Albert that ran on a Macintosh. They probably put it together with Hypercard or something. I didn't even know that the Mac existed back then...

I thought I could learn how to program Albert in my middle school BASIC class. I didn't realize the code would look more like this...

10 PRINT "hello world"
20 GOTO 10

My High School had a single Computer Science course, where I learned Pascal. We programmed Pascal on the VAX and then moved over to MS-DOS with TurboPascal.

In Highschool I got an after school job at a local manufacturing company where I wrote tools for AutoCAD using LISP. At the time LISP was heavily used for artificial intelligence, and I still had that idea in my head that I wanted to create a computer AI, Albert, that they had in The Absent Minded Professor.

I went to Marist College where I learned C. While there I picked up Perl, Python, and PHP. After programming in C, Python was a breath of fresh air.

I have also maintained a Macintosh machine. But at College I adopted Linux as my OS of choice. I was a big Slackware Linux user back then. These days I still use Linux, but I use Ubuntu now.


  1. Monitoring all endpoints in an AZ. Provides a webservice that can be monitored by an AWS ELB. Provides a local status file that can be consumed by monitoring software.

    Go 1

  2. Generate AWS STS credentials using sts::assumeRole and write those credentials to a config file for use with Amazon CodeDeploy


  3. Dockerfiles

    Shell 4 5

  4. hello Public

    A simple http service that displays hello world whether you send an http GET, POST, PUT, etc. and no matter the url requested.


  5. Forked from avalanche123/cassandra-web

    A web interface for Apache Cassandra


  6. website

    HTML 1

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October 2021

Created 2 repositories

Created a pull request in aws-containers/ecsworkshop that received 6 comments

ecsdemo-nodejs.service does not resolve

The SSM instance used for running the siege test will not resolve ecsdemo-nodejs.service correctly. Updating URL to ecsdemo-nodejs.service.local wh…

+6 −9 6 comments
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
aws-containers/ecsworkshop 1 pull request

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