[TriLUG] Hello (new subscriber)
gwbrown1 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 27 13:19:48 EST 2006
Bioinformatics.. sweet. I'm glad to hear that you are on the list and have
posted. I've had an interest in bioinformatics since the field really
started to gel. Too bad I was in college before this field and emerged. Oh
well, too old to go back and get all the chemistry and related bio-sciences
Anyway, I'm up the road in downtown Durham. I know we have a quite a few
TriLUGers in the RTP/Durham area. Perhaps we should all do lunch some
time? I'm still having problems making it to meetings thanks to school at
night but I can get to a lunch sometime.
On 11/27/06, Dan Tomso <dan.tomso at gmail.com> wrote:
> Not to jam up the list with personal messages, but I wanted to introduce
> myself. For now I'm just lurking, but I expect I'll have questions of my
> own sooner or later . . .
> I'm a bioinformatics scientist and project manager for Athenix
> which is in RTP off of Ellis Rd. We're running one server (Red Hat
> Enterprise 4) now, adding a second, and I also run Ubuntu on one of my
> systems. We'll probably migrate the server here (and the new one) to some
> Debian-ish flavor in the next month or so.
> When I'm not managing bench science projects, I work mainly in PYTHON, and
> do a good bit of MySQL API stuff (well, on and off). I used to do a good
> bit of PERL, including BioPerl, so I can eventually get my head around
> of the problems that might come up with those platforms.
> Thats it! Hello to all!
> Dan Tomso
> Senior Scientist, Bioinformatics
> Athenix Corporation
> 2202 Ellis Rd.
> Suite B
> Durham, NC 27703
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