Krimpet (born August 2, 1988, in southwest Philadelphia as Francis S. Rogers, Jr.) is the Internet alias of Francine Rogers, a male-to-female transsexual.
Krimpet is currently an undergraduate in computer science at the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York. He is also an administrator on Wikipedia.
The following is Krimpet’s online resume:
Francis S. Rogers, Jr.
P.O. Box 23061
Rochester, NY 14692
- Rochester Institute of Technology
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, expected May 2011
Pertinent Courses Taken
- Computer Science I-IV; Software Engineering; Engineering of Software Subsystems;
Software Process and Product Metrics; Professional Communications
Languages: Java, C, C++, Python, Perl, Lua, (X)HTML, CSS, ECMAScript, PHP, Common Lisp, Scheme, LATEX
Operating Systems: GNU/Linux, Solaris, Windows NT/XP/Vista
Applications: MySQL, Eclipse, GNU toolchain, Emacs, MediaWiki, OTRS, Joomla!
Miscellaneous: Windows and UNIX system administration, x86/Z80/6502/(M)MIX assembly, basic fluency in American Sign Language
- Web Development Intern (July 2008 – August 2008)
NPower Texas (Addison, TX)
- Developed extensions for the Joomla! content management system
- Set up a test environment for rapidly creating new instances of web applications
- Created tools to automate the process of moving a website between web servers and databases
- Store Associate (August 2004 – July 2007)
Wawa Food Markets (Blue Bell, PA)
- Worked with a team preparing food and serving customers in a hectic high-volume retail environment
- Provided assistance and advice to customers
- Performed scan audits of store inventory
- Troubleshooted store systems
- Network Administrator (September 2005 – May 2006)
La Salle College High School (Philadelphia, PA)
- Worked as a student volunteer administrating an enterprise network with several hundred users, as part of the school’s Lab Manager program
- Web Development Intern (June 2003 – September 2003)
University of the Sciences in Philadelphia (Philadelphia, PA)
- Worked with Mathematics department to create personal web presences for individual professors