Hello. I am Dan Aloni. Born in 1982, fantasized about programming a computer some time around 1988, finally got around to it circa 1992, and had not stopped since.

I tend to spread on the full programming spectrum, from low-level Linux kernel hacking and machine code (authored coLinux, contributed various patches and fixes, contributed the first e1000 chipset emulation in QEMU) to compilers, Haskell programming, software packaging and build automation.

Other interests are playing and studying music, languages, and knowledge in various fields of science. Academically, I am focused on Computer Science.

Without starting any flame-wars, my editor of choice is Vim and my desktop OS is Fedora Linux.