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About Jay F. Shachter

Jay F. Shachter holds a Ph.D. from Stanford University and, after finishing graduate school, worked for 6½ years at Bell Labs in Naperville, Illinois, as their resident C and UNIX expert; he then left Bell Labs to form his own business, providing training and consulting services to the general public. Jay is an expert system administrator (Linux, Solaris, FreeBSD, and several other free operating systems) and also an expert programmer (C, C++, Java, Perl, PHP). Jay has taught classes and seminars, in English and in French, on five continents, and in 40 of the 50 United States.

In addition to volunteering for the Potto Project, Jay also gives back to the community by hosting the Shachter Computer Labs, where people can come and test different operating systems and software, or borrow equipment, and he runs the Chicago C/C++ Users' Group, a volunteer professional organization with over 2000 members.

Jay can be accessed here You can email to jay@m5.chicago.il.us.

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