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Alex started learning to program in the 80s in an era of classic home computers that allowed you to get down and dirty at the system level. After graduating with a degree in Chemistry he’s worked on a variety of projects including Fruit Machines, Line Cards, CCTV recorders and point-to-multipoint wireless microwave systems. Since the turn of the century his primary focus has been working with FLOSS platforms, especially Linux. For the last nine years he’s been working at Linaro helping improve QEMU’s emulation features. A keen Emacs user he will happily answer questions and proselytise for the One True Editor (tm).

Other locations

You can find me in the following places:


  1. My .emacs and various support bits and pieces

    Emacs Lisp 39 1

  2. dotfiles Public

    A collection of .bashrc stuff and other dotfiles

    Shell 18 1

  3. A Chromium "clone" of It's All Text for spawning an editor to edit text areas in browsers. Based on David Hilley's original Chromium extension.

    JavaScript 483 91

  4. dired-rsync Public

    Support for rsync from Emacs dired buffers

    Emacs Lisp 93 15

  5. cv Public

    A copy of my current CV in Markdown form.

    Makefile 1

  6. melpa Public

    Forked from melpa/melpa

    Scripts for building Emacs packages from Version Control

    JavaScript 1

440 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview
Contributed to qemu/qemu, rust-vmm/vhost-device, stsquad/my-emacs-stuff and 30 other repositories

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December 1, 2022

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