If you are looking for the women's hockey information, please go to the new web pages I have set up at www.whockey.com. Eventually, all of the women's hockey information will be moved to this new domain name.
This page is also available...
I completed my Master of Science degree in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Toronto in the fall of 1996. I was in the System Modelling and Analysis and Distributed Computation and Networks areas of research, and my supervisor was Scott Graham. My Master's thesis was entitled "Aspects of Workload Characterization for Distributed System Models." The first part of my thesis was a detailed workload characterization analysis of the CDF academic distributed computing system (a system that was mainly used by undergrads at U of T). In the second part, cluster analysis was used to make a stochastic distribution-driven model for the CDF system.
I took these courses in my MSc program:
As well as working on the women's hockey web pages, I am keeping busy working as a teaching assistant in Computer Science for the University of Toronto, doing private tutoring in Java programming for university students, and doing small web page related contracts for my company, ALH Computer Solutions.
If you are a CSC108 student who requires Java tutoring, or a CSC104 student who requires Turing tutoring, please see this web page, or send me an e-mail message to arrange an appointment. Here are links to course web pages that I made when I was a teaching assistant. For a description of these courses, please see the undergraduate courses page.
I have worked on a number of contract jobs since graduating. I worked on a database project and web page project for CIRSA, and on a web page project for CSRI. Currently I am writing a technical report WWW search engine for the Department of Computer Science at the University of Toronto. I have also made web pages for the 1999 CIAU Nationals, Stephanie Boyd's female hockey school, Breakaway Sports hockey school, Hipcheck Magagine, and the Mississauga Chiefs hockey team.
Here is a copy of my resumé in html, and here is a copy of my resumé in plain text format. If you need someone to design your web pages, please give me a call. I will be looking for more permanent employment beginning in 1998.
I love almost all sports, but I am especially addicted to ice hockey - a typical Canadian, eh?! :-) I attended the University of New Hampshire (UNH) on a hockey scholarship where I earned my BSc in Computer Science. I played on Canada's gold medal women's hockey team at the Women's World Hockey Championships in 1992 and in 1994. I went to Switzerland for the 1992-93 hockey season and played for the DHC Langenthal hockey team of the Swiss Women's A league.
While I was working on my MSc in Computer Science, I played for the University of Toronto Varsity Blues hockey team of the OUA league. My last season with the Blues was the 1995-96 season.
I have competed in the Senior AAA Central Ontario Women's Hockey League (COWHL) for the Scarborough Firefighters, the Toronto Red Wings, the Newtonbrook Panthers, and the Mississauga Chiefs. I am playing for the Mississauga Chiefs during the 1998-99 season. Unfortunately I have elected not to tryout for Team Canada again due to a chronic groin and hip injury. :-( I have had to miss numerous games because of this injury since 1994, but it seems to be improving, so I'm hoping for a few more fun hockey seasons!
If you are interested in finding out more information about my hockey career (or if you just feel like killing some time :-)), you can look at this hockey information file or the page with my hockey pictures. The information file was submitted (by my Dad) to nominate me for the Sports Hall of Fame in my hometown, Peterborough (Ontario, Canada), so it contains everything that anyone would ever possibly need to know about my hockey career ... and more! :-)
I like to play inline hockey during the summers. I played for the Toronto Tornado who won the gold medal at the 1996 North American Roller Hockey Championship (NARCh) in Chicago, August 23-25, 1996. In 1997, I played for the Toronto Franklin Typhoon. I am playing for the Toronto Franklin Typhoon again this summer. Here are links to the results of our most recent tournaments:
I compete in a women's roller hockey league in Toronto on Sunday nights throughout the summer. This women's roller hockey league is organised by the Candian In-Line & Roller Skating Association (CIRSA).
I have played intramural softball for the Happy Hackers in the past. This summer I am playing for the EE Electric Fielders and the DCS team on a part-time basis.
The GIF picture files, ASCII text files, and HTML files to which I link in this homepage are available through anonymous ftp to ftp.cs.utoronto.ca. My files are stored in the pub/issac/test directory. This link will take you directly to the README file in my ftp directory. This README file describes the contents of each file in my FTP directory.
A homepage would be pretty incomplete without some photos of the author, eh! :-) The links below contain hockey and non-hockey photos of me.
The bulk of the information that I maintain on the web may be found in the links below. When I first started accessing the world wide web back in 1994 there was no women's hockey information at all to be found, so I decided to undertake the task of providing a web site for women's hockey information. For me it's a way to put something back into a sport that has provided me with so many wonderful opportunities. If just a few young girls read the pages and decide to start playing hockey and then have some of the same experiences that I have had, then organizing these pages was time well spent.
I encourage all the young (and old!) girls out there to give hockey a try. It is such a great way to meet new friends, to challenge yourself, and to most importantly have a lot of fun! Good luck!
(Starting Point for Women's Hockey Pages!)
Please Note: I am looking for sponsors for these women's hockey web pages! If your organization is interested, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If I can get a sponsorship, then I will spend some time to improve these pages even more. I will be moving all of these web pages to a new home at www.whockey.com.
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I paid these people a lot of money to say these nice things
about my pages! :-)
Here is a link to several reviews of my pages.
These page access counts are updated once every 55 minutes between 2:00 pm and 10:00 pm each day. The counts are as of March 7th 1995. Here is a link to a text copy of my c-shell script that keeps track of the page statistics.
Page counter indicates accesses.
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Although I love receiving email and I'd love to answer all of the messages, it's just not possible, as the amount of mail that I receive because of my web pages has become unmanageable. I will make time to add any information that you send for the web pages, but I'm unlikely to have enough time to answer individual messages. Sorry. :-( I hope you'll understand.
Here are the letters that I sent to my friends for Christmas for the past three years. If I forgot to send you a copy, you can take a look at the letters here:
I am getting married to Marc Ouellette on July 24th this summer! Here is a link to the most recent information about our wedding.
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