We went on holiday to antarcticia last century. We took 3000 photos of which this is a sample.
My current hobby is
family history, but since mine got too hard, we have
started a project of providing
genealogy resources on the internet.
We are publishing things we have local access to, most notably photos
and transcriptions of headstones, that are not easy for
outside of Brisbane to access. There are over 30000 photos from
Brisbane cemeteries and surrounding cities and shires .
Exchange and/or suburb lookup from phone number
Auto-pacing for your wind trainer interval sessionsCopies of useful web pages
Blog on building an investment property
Prototype of stretching reminder (java) _
CiTR private web pages
Barnett's ManualBicycle Queensland
Brisbane Bicycle Touring Association
Brisbane City Council->Getting Around->Bicycles
TravelBase Skiing Guide
TeleManagement Forum [formerly the Network Management Forum! (NMF)]
Network Management Forum (NMF) OBJECTS FILESTORE
US GOSIP-related Documents
IETF Internet Engineering Task Force or IETF mirror (and also ION working group)
CMU SNMP API
SNMP agent development kits
International Standards Organisation
Telecom Net Page
The Black Box Reference Center Glossary
NetView newsletter and the NetView Association from IBM and Digital
NetView for MVS
Polycenter NetView (Digital)
HP OpenView (support) and HP OpenView
OpenView Forum (old site) and OpenView Forum
HP OpenView Tutorial
WWW page for OPENVIEW and NETVIEW SOLUTIONS
NetManagers (SNMP managers for NT )
Onion Peel Software for OpenView. (OPS)
SNMP & CMIP Beginner's WWW Page
Internet Requests For Comment (RFC)
Internet Drafts (local)
Glossary of Terms
IP over ATMcell-relay's IP over ATMand the archivesand the FAQ
Grenville Armitage (an ATM expert)ATM Course references
CANARIE National Test ATM Network
RACE - Research and technology development in Advanced Communications technologies in Europe
Boulder ATM Area Network
A Brief Tutorial on ATM
Purdue University ATM Info
IP Multicast over ATM
Telecoms and ATM
Communications and Telematics + other
Technical University Graz ATM
More on IP/ATM
impending MIL STD for ATM announced (look under Standards Working Groups and Forums)
ATM Knowledgebase (Pointers to tutorials etc)
B-ISUP release and Broadband ISDN User Part (B-ISUP) Portable Software, Trillium | Broadband ISDN User Part (B-ISUP)
Cheat sheets / reference cards
I have used "Color Correction Wizard" and found it very useful with scans from old negatives that are no longer giving a realistic colour. They have this and other software available at pho.to - Free online editor,
(xmcd) CD index on my workstation
Vendors (ATM and other)
DEC's great WEB searcher
Analogue Equipment Corporation and the on-line product database
Telstra (yellow and white pages)
The Electronic Newsstand
CIA World Factbook
Interactive Marketing Services
Diabetes Knowledgebase [Gone now, on the Internet archive]
Diabetes Learning Center
Yahoo: Health: Diabetes
Diving and diabetes
Basics About Diabetes
Health Library: Diabetes from the Advanced Cardiac Life Support training center
Information about some lung diseases: Mesothelioma, Mesothelioma Lung Cancer, Sarcoidosis
My man pages
My documentation archive
serious coffee drinkers (originally from http://daisy.uwaterloo.ca/~alopez-o/caffaq.html)
the truckers report - All about caffeine - http://www.thetruckersreport.com/library/all-about-caffeine/
How Much Caffeine is in a Typical Cup of Coffee?
The caffeine archive
The Brisbane Restaurant Guide
ISO Country Codes
380.5 PNNI NMS and agent, and MPOA server.
380.4 PNNI and NHRP managemnet and configuration server.
Next Hop resolution protocol enhancements. (Including mobile NHRP
and RFC 2520 - NHRP
380.2 Next Hop resolution protocol.
380 TOC ATM LAN NMS
One of the outcomes of the work is our OpenView Advisor paper (Nov 95)
projects are for NEC/Japan. When there we stay at the
Shin Yokohama Prince hotel. On a rare exceptionally clear day you
can see Fuji-san from the window.
* SNMP agents and NMS for ATM networks for NEC (Japan and USA)
* Prototype WWW pages for CiTR
* worked with AOTC on development of Fastpac software
* developed object-oriented tools for DME applications
* innovative technology
* C (20 years experience)
* systems integration
* large databases
* statistical analysis
* real-time systems
From 1993 to present, working on SNMP agents and NMS systems for the management of ATM networks. MIBs are supporting the latest standards as well as proprietary MIBs. The NMS systems are advanced prototypes using concepts not yet on the market.
David's current project is the Australian and Overseas Telecommunications Corporation's Fastpac Network Services project. This project involves implementing a network management system for the AOTC Fastpac 2 Mb/s service. It involves systems integration and network management. David employs object-oriented design techniques in his development of managed objects. These objects include the database management system, the interface to the network application programming interface, and the X Window system. He works in UNIX with C. He has also been developing quality control systems for this project. David is also developing object-oriented tools to aid the OpenView development -- tools such as MIB compilers..
David also is involved in research into finding applications that will suit a massively-parallel supercomputer (MasPar) that currently has about 80 users throughout Australia. This computer is being used for neural network and database research. David has also run training courses on this technology.
His previous project at CiTR was the A Series SQL*Star project for the Australian Centre for Unisys Software (ACUS). This project involved porting Oracle products to the Unisys A Series platform to enable A Series systems to participate in SQL*Star networks. On this project David worked with a real-time system and large databases, and developed quality control methods.
Before joining CiTR David was a software specialist for Digital Equipment Corporation in Brisbane and Melbourne, developing custom technical applications for customers. He was involved in tuning large databases, creating real-time applications, and generating quality control and test plans.
David also worked as a senior research assistant at universities in Melbourne and Brisbane.
During his time at the universities David did statistical analysis. This was largely spectroscopic. During his time on the ACUS A Series SQL*Star project, he also performed statistical analysis on TCP/IP response time during product development.
BSc (Honours) in Physics, 1980, The University of Queensland.
Graduate Diploma in Computer Science, 1988, Queensland University of Technology.
Member of the Australian Computer Society and a Practising Computer Professional. Π