Tobis, that’s the danish name for a number of species of fish referred to as Sand Eel in English. Tobis is also my nickname.
Tobias Westergaard Kjeldsen is my name. I’ve been fiddling with computers most of my life. I tend to have many personal projects going on all the time; sometimes I never get those finished. That’s how it works when you have a broad scope of interest on everything.
I have many interests ranging from radio-controlled machines, astronomy, taking photographs of landscapes and birds, doing programming and everything related to Unix-like systems. Much of my time is invested in any of these areas; admittedly mostly in programming. Another area I enjoy exploring and do frequently is any kind of reverse engineering of software; be it any tools related to decompiling, doing man-in-the-middle “attacks” or patching of binaries. It is fun to try and understand something that is closed-source and replicate that in free and open source software.
I have touched many areas during my computer adventures–like general software development, web development, development on various mobile devices such as the Nintendo DS, Android, iOS and other flavors of embedded systems. My main traits, in programming, are situated in Java and C–although it must be stated that I am pretty versatile in this field. I also have skills in the Unix-like domain; extensive experience and knowledge about the components of the system as well as maintenance/deployment aspects.
I’m curious by nature, a little wacky, and an eager self-learner.
For more information about me read my CV.