I am a native of The Netherlands, live in Mountain View, California, and moved there in the summer of 1991, after starting a company, then called Storm Technology, later named Storm Software, an then named Storm Technology again. After I left Storm in May of 1998, I took a long vacation and started working as a consultant under the business name "Starfield Consulting." I worked for about a year as CTO and VP of Engineering for CertifiedTime, Inc., but now I am back into consulting.
You will find the start of my development related blogging in "Dolf's Development Notes."
I am currently working on a genealogy of the Starreveld family. Other names occurring in this line are Starrevelt, Sterreveld, Starrevelt, Harreveld, and Starre. Possibly connected are English names of Starfield.
I have not yet gotten to the point where I am publishing any of the information I have (around 5000 persons) as Web pages, but I welcome inquiries for help as well as contributions of information. For genealogy issues, please contact me via this address.
I am doing a lot of baking (mostly bread) lately and I have developed some helpful information for other bakers. You will soon find a spreadsheet for performing all kinds of dough calculations.
Radio & Scanning
If you are interested in radio/scanning, you might want to check out this information.
I have been a Macintosh programmer (although I do Windows for a living now) since 1984 (yeah, that's right!). One of my early pieces of work, SCSI Accelerator, was made available on what was then called UseNet. It is still available in many archives and I have a page about it.
Cleared up a malware infestation. My apologies.
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