Photos from VCF East 3.0 (2006)
These interfaces are painfully slow by todays standards, but in the early 80s this was state of the art. I never knew a PDP-8 could be that small. He also had an awesome huge pen plotter:. I was dumb and forgot to photograph it - these 2 images are courtesy of Mike Lowen. Michael Pearson had my next-to-favorite exhibit, including this cool Heathkit educational analog computer:. It's just some OP-AMPs and variable resistors on a plugboard! Last but not least, I won a Digicomp 1 replica. As a door prize.
Alexey Toptygin's Current Resume
Experience with all phases of the product lifecyle. Experience with Scrum methodology. SMTP, DNS, Web, FTP, CIFS/Samba and streaming audio servers. Complex firewalls and IPSEC VPNs. Administration of remote sites. Tools: Puppet/Foreman, Splunk, Kibana, Sentry, Nagios, Grafana/StatSite/StatsD/Graphite/Carbon. June 2011 to Present: Bronto Software. I have primary responsibility for the architecture, availability, and capacity planning of this infrastructure. Developed, tested and maintained ARI's e-learnin...