Who I am according to some of those personality test abundantly
present online. Naturally none of them actually tell much about me,
but they're so much fun to make :)
And some facts and general information below.
Mischa Poslawsky (Миша Пославский),
on march 6th, 1983 (Pisces, Pig)
- so that makes me 13099 days, or, about 35 years
firstname.lastname@example.org, ICQ # 43840958
Stedelijk Gymnasium Leiden;
- Delivering newspapers: 2 years
- Albert Heijn (supermarket): 3 years
- Geek code
block version 3.12:
GO d- s+:- a- C++$ UL++ P+++ L+++ E- W+++ K- w-- M PS+ PE- Y+ PGP t--(++) 5++
X R !tv() b-> DI(+) D+
G e h+ r- y?
Languages I speak (at least a little):
Lingvo de l' kor'.
Just included here because it's a fun language. Not that I
actually speak it or anything, but I can usually understand it (better
than some dutch dialects in fact).
They tought me this at school, and since it's a little like dutch I
can sometimes even understand it.
Thanks to school and vacations to france, I also know some basic
In retrospect, quite useful to have learned. Not that I'll
actually speak it or anything.
Привет, как дела?
Not much more than that, but I'm learning ;)
An interesting language which I'll never learn: korean (easiest
script, and I've got over 200GB of StarCraft movies which I'd like to understand
Bearly speakable, but I still know them:
MSX-, IBM-, Q-, Power-, and TI-Basic,
in order of learning/usage.
Used to do a lot of programming in Borland Pascal 7 for DOS. Great fun
(and I didn't really have anything better). Guess it was the logical step
betweep BASIC and C. Haven't touched it in years.
Assembly (specifically for the TI-86 calculator). Most
interesting/fun language ever!
Current language of choice for most things (at least sites and scripts)
Do a lot of work in PHP (it's my job actually). Overall, I think I just
hate it :P
i386-assembler and C(++).