Elias Ross - Home Page


I'm Elias and this is my homepage. Forgive the C64 look.

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If you like this page, send me an e-mail.

G-Mail is e-mail.

IM accounts:

	elias.ross@gmail.com (GTalk/Jabber)
	eliasross@hotmail.com (MSN)
	generic_elias (Yahoo!)
	genericelias (AOL)

My home address:

	Elias Ross
	1025 NE 73RD Street
	Seattle, WA 98115

My cell phone: +1-425-466-8702


I am part-time contributor to the RHQ open-source monitoring project.

I was a part-time contributor to the JBoss application server open-source project. My profile is found here: genman.

I also a registered contributor to the Log4j Apache project.


Outside the realm of educational and commercial institutions, I try to enjoy my few hobbies and see my friends.

Being a computer geek since my TRS-80 at age nine, since my C64 through middle school and the i386 till now, you can guess my main hobby probably is programming. I've touched all the languages I could get my hands on for writing. I've programmed for about 15, 16 years and have learned pretty much everything about computer programming on my own. Around the first time I wrote my first network modem game, I was learning basic algebra in 6th grade.

Online, you can spot me occasionally on Usenet, Irc, or maybe a few mailing lists. I help with open source projects, such as JBoss and Log4j as part of my work.

My resume covers most of the computerish stuff, so I won't talk about those things.

I like many outdoor activities to get me out of the office. I bicycle everywhere I can. On water, I have two Feathercraft kayaks I've taken all over the world, and a boat I built myself: a two-person "Pygmy".

Being lazy from a hard day's labors, I sit down and watch Anime, read books (Manga), and fold Origami. I listen to various forms of music, some of it in Japanese. I watch movies only found at one video rental store in the country, Scarecrow Video.


This page was last generated July 11th, 2013. Please feel free to link to this page, although please notify me if you do. Things do change, and the WWW is one thing that changes more than most.

(C)1999-2003 Elias Ross. Developed using Perl and HTML templates.

Send email to me at: genman@noderunner.net