This is the personal blog of Stian Søreng, a software developer with a really weak spot for electronics. As I'm educating myself on the latter field, I'm trying to share as many of my recent experiences as possible through this blog.
I was born a winter day in 1974, started programming in 1983 and have since then been through a range of programming languages - from C to Perl and assembly language on numerous architectures. In 2007 I decided to persuade my passion for electronics, and have since that day been obsessed on the thought of building my own computer from scratch. I've done a few, but back in my head I'm working on the ultimate design, a 6502 based computer with "all the jazz" I'll ever need. This will be a recurring subject throughout my blog until it is finished.
I'm married with kids and live in a terraced house near Trondheim, Norway.
The C64 and the Amiga are also an important parts of my life and often victims of various hardware and software experiments. I'm also a demoscener, some of you might know me as skurk/hoaxers^insane.
I'm also quite active on amateur radio with the callsign LB5SH. You might hear me on the air during SSB contests from my local radio club LA2T (currently using the special event callsign LG80T in 2019)
Other than that, there's not much more to say. I'll fill in the blanks one day.