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David Douglas is a Scot, living in Denmark since 1984, and working in software development since then.

He specialises in software development, currently focused on GIS: Intergraph's G/Technology, Oracle Spatial, and web services.

He is an occasional freelance translator, Danish to English, also does technical writing (e.g. electronics)

David Douglas was Treasurer, Gl. Ullits non-profit water company, 2000-2010, and a board member of Ullits water company after 2011 merger.

He lists his interests as:
GIS, digital video, folk music, 70's rock music, collecting trees (yes, really), travelling - the Arctic, Eastern Europe (since mid 1980s), genealogy, enivironmental and energy issues, dog training (Agility) Have translated "Ud af Industrikulturen" (Out of Industrial Culture) by Danish communitarian philosopher Poul Bjerre, to English.

He is currently looking for a publisher.

 

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