SLDR is short for “solder” or an intentional misspelling of DSLR. You choose.
SLDR is also the handle of Jonas A. Hultén, a notoriously cynical postgrad student of computer science at Chalmers University of Technology. When not studying functional programming or computer graphics, I serve as a Marshal in the Student Union’s Ceremony Committee and Deputy Speaker of the Student Union Council. When not doing that, I am usually found partaking in some combination of singing, drinking beer, and writing
terrible, terrible spaghetti code.
I am a proud member of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the Internet Society.
Particular sets of skills
- Programming languages
- Python (3.x) - Django, tool development, automation
- Machine-oriented C
- OpenGL and C++ for graphics
- Java (reluctantly)
- PHP (resentfully)
- Tools and techniques
- Gud at git
- Testing test(-driven development)
- Continuously learning continuous integration
- Web development
- Old experience with WordPress, current with Jekyll
- (X)HTML, CSS, and Markdown
- Basic database know-how
- Learning and dabbling with web application development
- Known to abuse websockets
- Professional experience as a Microsoft enterprise-level systems administrator
- Extensive experience in building and maintaining Linux systems
- Likes to network computers together for fun and profit
- This entire site
- Consilium, a speaker’s list system I wrote and maintain for the Chalmers Student Union Council.
- Statsskicket, a Swedish parliament monitor. Currently not being actively developed.
Because who doesn’t love titles, eh?
- Deputy Speaker of the Chalmers Student Union Council
- Master of the Club of the Chalmers Student Union Ceremony Committee
- Master of the Choir of the Order of the Masters of the Chalmers Choir
- President Emeritus of the Chalmers Choir
- Bread-head - awarded to me by a previous employer