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-Spare-time C# coder from The Netherlands. Tim has made great contributions to the World Wind Core (see http://ohloh.net/projects/3931/contributors/2498 ), entered Google's SoC (see http://www.worldwindcentral.com/wiki/Summer_of_Code_2006_Projects#Student_Teacher_interaction_system ), and also made many useful plug-ins.+Spare-time C# coder from The Netherlands. Tim has made great contributions to the World Wind Core (see http://ohloh.net/projects/3931/contributors/2498 ), entered Google's SoC (see [[Summer of Code 2006 Projects#Student Teacher interaction system]]), and also made many useful plug-ins.
==Comments from friends== ==Comments from friends==
- +[[Image:Shockfire-p7.png|right|thumb|300px|ShockFire made the basic image, which I then added the marbles to and rendered with Maxwell Studio.]]
Tim is a great code monkey, we first met when World Wind was fairly new, he was one of the main coders and bug fixers at the time, and was a friendly face who helped out anyone, as long as they coded 'correctly' that is. Tim is a great code monkey, we first met when World Wind was fairly new, he was one of the main coders and bug fixers at the time, and was a friendly face who helped out anyone, as long as they coded 'correctly' that is.
We became pretty good friends fairly quickly, he attempted to teach me to code in .Net, but even though was patient and a good teacher I could never truly 'get it', so we moved on to more fun things instead. He taught me how to use Maxwell render, and showed his artistic side with some of his creations. We became pretty good friends fairly quickly, he attempted to teach me to code in .Net, but even though was patient and a good teacher I could never truly 'get it', so we moved on to more fun things instead. He taught me how to use Maxwell render, and showed his artistic side with some of his creations.
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-[[Image:Shockfire-p7.png|left|thumb|300px|ShockFire made the basic image, which I then added the marbles to and rendered with Maxwell Studio.]] 
Over the years I have enjoyed testing many of his programs, some just for fun and others with real applications. The quality of a ShockFire product is always outstanding, but being a perfectionist he was never satisfied with any of them, with all the testing I have done Tim has given me the title of 'Piggy', which of course I don't mind. Over the years I have enjoyed testing many of his programs, some just for fun and others with real applications. The quality of a ShockFire product is always outstanding, but being a perfectionist he was never satisfied with any of them, with all the testing I have done Tim has given me the title of 'Piggy', which of course I don't mind.
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After 'officially' leaving the World Wind community (yeah right, he could never really leave us) we kept in touch by IM, and have had many conversations about important topics such as firefly and why nbc always cancel our favourite TV shows. Conversations with Tim are always fun, but we do talk about serious issues too, such as his concern for his Mother when she had surgery, and he has always listened when I am going through a tough time. After 'officially' leaving the World Wind community (yeah right, he could never really leave us) we kept in touch by IM, and have had many conversations about important topics such as firefly and why nbc always cancel our favourite TV shows. Conversations with Tim are always fun, but we do talk about serious issues too, such as his concern for his Mother when she had surgery, and he has always listened when I am going through a tough time.
-Daniel, United Kingdom.+:Daniel, United Kingdom.
-==Released Add-Ons/Plug-Ins by ShockFire==+==Released Add-ons/Plugins by ShockFire==
*[[Add-on:Atlantic Rowing Race 2005 Boat Tracker plug-in|Atlantic Rowing Race 2005 Boat Tracker]] *[[Add-on:Atlantic Rowing Race 2005 Boat Tracker plug-in|Atlantic Rowing Race 2005 Boat Tracker]]
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*[[Add-on:Stocks|Stocks]] *[[Add-on:Stocks|Stocks]]
*[[Add-on:STIP|STIP]] *[[Add-on:STIP|STIP]]
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 +*[http://forum.worldwindcentral.com/showthread.php?t=5495 Plane Tracker]
 +*[http://forum.worldwindcentral.com/showthread.php?t=2283 WW Screen Saver]
 +*[http://forum.worldwindcentral.com/showthread.php?t=927 Landmark Catalog]
 +*[http://forum.worldwindcentral.com/showthread.php?t=5561 WWLatConverter]
 +*[http://forum.worldwindcentral.com/showthread.php?t=501 WWMud]

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Spare-time C# coder from The Netherlands. Tim has made great contributions to the World Wind Core (see http://ohloh.net/projects/3931/contributors/2498 ), entered Google's SoC (see Summer of Code 2006 Projects#Student Teacher interaction system), and also made many useful plug-ins.

Comments from friends

ShockFire made the basic image, which I then added the marbles to and rendered with Maxwell Studio.
ShockFire made the basic image, which I then added the marbles to and rendered with Maxwell Studio.

Tim is a great code monkey, we first met when World Wind was fairly new, he was one of the main coders and bug fixers at the time, and was a friendly face who helped out anyone, as long as they coded 'correctly' that is.

We became pretty good friends fairly quickly, he attempted to teach me to code in .Net, but even though was patient and a good teacher I could never truly 'get it', so we moved on to more fun things instead. He taught me how to use Maxwell render, and showed his artistic side with some of his creations.

Over the years I have enjoyed testing many of his programs, some just for fun and others with real applications. The quality of a ShockFire product is always outstanding, but being a perfectionist he was never satisfied with any of them, with all the testing I have done Tim has given me the title of 'Piggy', which of course I don't mind.

After 'officially' leaving the World Wind community (yeah right, he could never really leave us) we kept in touch by IM, and have had many conversations about important topics such as firefly and why nbc always cancel our favourite TV shows. Conversations with Tim are always fun, but we do talk about serious issues too, such as his concern for his Mother when she had surgery, and he has always listened when I am going through a tough time.

Daniel, United Kingdom.

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