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Jeroen Baten

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I solve IT problems. I connect system A with system B. I teach people stuff. I do this mostly with Linux systems. To make stuff happen I write a lot of custom scripts in various programming lanuages like Perl, Python, Bash, C, Java, Ruby, etc. I have clients all over the world (Australia, Switserland, US, etc).

I am also the project leader of the open source LibrePlan project. So go to that site if you need more information about an open source webbased project management application.

I occasionally write an article for my blog, but I have also written a number of books:

  • LPI Essentials (Dutch)
  • Open ICT voor Managers (Dutch)
  • LibrePlan, the missing manual (English)

If you have a question, please contact me at jeroen@jeroenbaten.nl.

Have a nice day.


email: jbaten.nospam@nospam.i2rs.nl
episodes: 5

hpr2706 :: Why I love the IBM AS/400 computer systems

Released: 2018-12-17. Duration: 00:28:34. Flag: Explicit. Series: general.
Tags: as400, ibm, computing, midrange.
A short talk about how I came to love the IBM As/400 systems and why.

hpr2683 :: Using Open source tools to visualize the heartrate and blood oxygen saturation level of my stepchild

Released: 2018-11-14. Duration: 00:31:51. Flag: Clean. Series: general.
Tags: python, php, jquery, linux.
Using Open source tools to visualize the heartrate and blood oxygen saturation level of my stepchild

hpr2657 :: Why we are all going to shit in 30 years due to computers

Released: 2018-10-09. Duration: 00:25:55. Flag: Explicit. Series: general.
Tags: prediction,post-capitalism.
Some thoughts about the increasing impact of automation

hpr2635 :: Running your own mainframe on Linux (for fun and profit)

Released: 2018-09-07. Duration: 00:55:21. Flag: Clean. Series: general.
Tags: hercules,linux.
This talk is about running your own mainframe on your own hardware.

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