I work as a developer and operations specialist on the Identity and Access Management team at Minnesota State Colleges and Universities. I work primarily with Java, but that’s just an organizational accident and I am, in fact, a polyglot. My focus is obviously on identity management and software security. For the previous several years I split my time between being the UI guy and the security guy on our ERP team.
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In my weblog and in most conversations with me, you’ll find bias toward:
- software security — especially web application security;
- web application development;
- open source software (although I harp on that far less than I used to);
- everything that gets wrapped up with modern web standards; and
- good coffee.
What does “afongen” mean?
Have an OED handy? Look up “afong” — “afongen” is just the past participle. Is there a hidden meaning? No, it’s just a long-dead word that caught my attention some years back. My wife and I were given an OED for a wedding present and we promptly started using it as a Scrabble dictionary, and “afong” was the first word we encountered that we didn’t recognize. When I went to register a domain name, afong.com was the obvious choice, but some guy named Alex Fong had beat me to it. I could hardly complain about that, so turned to the past participle. It’s that simple.
If you want to contact me…
…you’re free to send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find me on AIM as afongen. I’m on other IM systems, too, but am going to be a pain in the ass and not tell you about them.
28 Jul 2006 Sam