Aaron Crane has been a Linux user, programmer, and sysadmin since 1994. In that time, he's lived, hacked, worked, and studied variously in Manchester, London, Boulder and Edinburgh. In Boulder he was involved in research into applications of phonological theory to automatic speech recognition and in Edinburgh he used a morphological analyser to build a spelling checker for Scottish Gaelic as part of an MSc degree.
Aaron has been based in Leeds for several years, working as a trainer, consultant, and software developer. He now works as technical overlord for The Register, the UK's leading IT news site.
UKUUG Presentations, etc.
|Linux 2004 Conference
|The 糞▯ Fonts Don't Work: A Practical Guide to Unicode on Unix|
|Linux 2003 Conference
|Mass Unattended Linux Installations|
|Linux 2002 Conference
|Experiences of Using PHP in Large Websites|