Games that I currently play include Battlefield 2/2142 and Delta Force Extreme. I belong to an online gaming clan, called "Warhawks". The website is: http://warhawks.com
I've been involved in computers for a very long time (see my GameDev.net profile). I started out with the old Timex-Sinclair, moved to Commodore 16/64/Amiga, then finally moved to IBM in the late 80's. I actually taught an Army course at Redstone Arsenal, AL entitled "Digital Computer Fundamentals"; back then, state of the art was 5" floppies and Z80 chips, LOL. While my career path centered on hardware, I always wanted to do more with software -- we diagnosed missile system problem with machine language, and this peaked my curiosity about programming in general, so I took a graduate course in Pascal as part of my degree program in 1982. I got into C++ with Visual C++ 5, in the early 90s, and I've dabbled in it ever since.
In the mid-80s, the Army trained me in SCO XENIX System Admin Level III, and I administered a XENIX-based LAN in Germany...I was the one that figured out how to interface the XENIX LAN through the German phone system to create an embryonic WAN for in-theater logistic support. As a result of this, I naturally jumped onto Linux when it first came out. I currently use Knoppix, Debian and Fedora, but I've come to favor Fedora in the last couple of years.
Currently, I'm a developer with the Visual Control Framework (VCF). The web site is: http://vcf-online.org. I'm helping to develop a port of VCF for Linux.