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Harm Frielink in Limburg, Netherlands

Harm Frielink, born on Saturday August 21, 1954 in Leiden the Netherlands, has studied at the Universities of Leiden and Rotterdam. He is retired. He has been working as a teacher for Saxion, as a senior consultant for Newcom Research & Consultancy, IBM and Logica/CMG in Amsterdam, Goudse Verzekeringen in Gouda and Micropartners in Woerden.

He is married with Riet van Gijzen and both are living together with 2 cats (Max and Sammy) in Neuenhaus Germany.
Major interest are:


To do To do and to watch To watch only
Formula One
MotoGP [4]

To follow these sports he uses every possible medium.
Every year I visit the Tata Steel Chess Tournament [5] in Wijk aan Zee and the Daniël Noteboom toernooi [6] in Leiden.


I like to take photographs. I used Flickr to share them on the Internet, but not anymore.


Internet has made knowledge like encyclopedias more accessible. I am contributing content to Wikipedia.

Computer Languages[edit]

The use of programming languages is volatile. Cobol, Fortran, C, C++ have ruled the world, Now Java is hot.
The advantage of Java is the fact it is more than a computer language. But for how long will this head start last? What seems to be stable is the usage of object-oriented technology.
My own webpages are mainly written in PHP, JavaScript, HTML, jQuery and Cascading style Sheets.

External Links[edit]


Lucy and Spikey
Zwerver (Tramp) in the garden


The following has meaning to me for recording the projects at Wikipedia.


  • Fowler, Martin (1999). Refactoring. Improving the Design of Existing Code. Addison-Wesley. ISBN 0201485672.
  • Knuth, Donald (1973). Fundamental Algorithms, The Art of Computer Programming. Addison-Wesley. ISBN 0201896834.
  1. ^ Harm's Wiki, Harm Frielink own wiki.
  2. ^ Wiki WW1 Great War at Harm Frielink wiki.
  3. ^ Formula 1, Real Race Timing
  4. ^ MotoGP Homesite
  5. ^ Tata Steel Chess Homesite, previous known as Corus Chess and 'Hoogovens Schaaktoernooi'. The location is always the same, Wijk aan Zee in the Netherlands.
  6. ^ Noteboom Tournament Homesite