Martin Kealey is a native of New Zealand currently living in Australia. He was born before the moon landing (but isn't old enough to remember it). He has worked in the computer software industry since 1989.


  This user has been on Wikipedia for 9 years, 11 months and 17 days.


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fr-1Cet utilisateur peut contribuer avec un niveau élémentaire de français.
mi-0This user can recognize a few words of te reo Māori.
it-0This user can recognize a few words of italiano, mainly from learning classical music.
 This user's time zone is UTC+10.
00:00This user uses 24-hour time.
pno-2This user is an intermediate pianist.
 This user is a mathematician.
 This user is a software engineer.
 This user contributes using Linux.
 This user contributes using Vim.
Perl-3This user is an advanced Perl programmer.
bash-4This user is an expert Bash programmer.
C-5This user is a professional C programmer.
C-NThis user has written C compilers, or tweaked C runtime libraries in Assembly language.
C++-2This user is an intermediate C++ programmer.
js-2This user is an intermediate JavaScript programmer.
py-2This user is an intermediate Python programmer.
 This user is an intermediate Go programmer.
 This user is a Googler or Xoogler.
Cat-0This user is mourning the lost of their feline overlord
 This user remembers using
a rotary dial telephone.
re-4This user writes expert regular expressions.
Rot13-3Guvf hfre vf noyr gb pbagevohgr jvgu na nqinaprq yriry bs Ebg13.


 This user is a resident of Australia.
 This user is a nonresident citizen of New Zealand.
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