Hello, and, again, welcome to the Computer-Aided Personal Website of Mathias Gibbens. Residing in Albuquerque, NM, I am employed at Sandia National Laboratories as an R&D Senior Software Engineer. It’s a great place to work – a lot like grad school but with better pay! You can find out more about my professional interests on the about page.
In my free time, I’m involved in various hobbies and serve as an appointed member of the Albuquerque Cable, Internet and PEG Advisory Board.
I am a Debian Developer and maintain several packages for Debian which include lxc, LXD, and openrct2.
As a licensed Amateur Radio operator, I enjoy getting on my radio and communicating with people across the world, or across town using traditional voice and newer digital modes. I am also an active Volunteer Examiner and help give license examinations once a month. I have been the Treasurer for the Duke City Hamfest since January 2019.
Feel free to look around my site, and check out my blog. I semi-regularly add new content and hope you’ll find it interesting and/or useful.
Hobbes: Ooh, that's a tricky one. You have to use calculus and imaginary numbers for this.
Calvin: Imaginary numbers?!
Hobbes: You know, eleventeen, thirty-twelve, and all those. It's a little confusing at first.
--- Calvin and Hobbes comic from January 6, 1988