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Hello, my name is Aaron Train and I am a 23 year old student at Seneca College @ York University in Toronto, Ontario. I am a graduate of Computer Programming and Analysis. As of 2008, I have transferred into the Bachelor of Software Development program to earn a degree. Currently, I am enrolled in a whole slew of different courses ranging from the 6th to the 8th semester. I find open source fascinating, particularly Mozilla‘s projects as well as Canonical’s Ubuntu GNU/Linux project. Having taken the course DPS909, I have learned the fundamentals to assist in my current internship at Mozilla Corporation (Mountain View, California) where I will continue to learn and tinker with the innards of Mozilla Firefox. I also enjoy learning more about software development, open source and current/future web applications, and lastly modern programming languages.

Aaron

Aaron

2 responses to this post.

  1. Hey Aaron… my name’s Ben and I’m from Kitchener, Ontario. Anyhow, found your weblog while looking for a way to add SomaFM stations into Songbird without pulling my hair out in frustration. Any news on your add-on?

    Also, if you’re still looking for a web host, I happen to do that sort of thing. While my servers are located in a datacentre in Texas you’d be dealing with a Canadian company. We’re a fairly small operation (hosting about two dozen low to midrange traffic sites) so if you ever have any problems at least you can talk to a real person 😉

    Lemme know either way! Cheers.

  2. Posted by Aaron on March 29, 2009 at 9:46 pm

    Sorry, there is no update. I got fairly busy over the months.

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