We're more than any labels, or our jobs, or our passions, but I'll provide
some labels which provide a glimpse.
British-American Unix systems programmer, system administrator,
Site Reliability Engineer, whatever the current in vogue term is.
Think of the stereotype and you have a decent first approximation,
beard (normally) and all.
ISP background, RFC-reading, protocol-loving but committees-loathing guy.
Security sometimes a bit of a strength, more often than it's a weakness.
I do have a sense of humour. It's often dry or quirky. Various expeditions
have so far failed to prove the existence of this alleged sense of humour,
but equally, they haven't disproven its existence, so I'm still in