I am a professional software developer specializing in computer graphics (both 2D and 3D). I graduated from NTNU (formerly NTH) in 1996, majoring in program systems. My thesis developed techniques for rapid visualization of medical ultrasound data.
My employer is Technoguide AS, where I take part in the development of Petrel.
My private mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org. For further contact information, please send a mail.
I have my brother, Frank, around somewhere... ah, here he is... :-)
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Ever since one weekend in the early eighties my father brought from work an ABC-80, I was hooked on computers. I learnt Business BASIC on Data General mainframes, played with the 4GL Mapper on Sperry/UNISYS machines, discovered structured programming with BBC BASIC, did the GW-BASIC, Turbo Pascal, machine code, C and C++ ladder on a portable Bondwell B8 with a CGA LCD and only one 720 KB floppy drive. Over the years, I haven't produced all that much, but have steadily gained knowledge and experience in the fields of algorithms and data structures, especially as applied to computer graphics. Click the link above to learn more if you're not bored already.
(There are more on the Programming page.)
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