Hobbyist

  • (noun): A person who pursues and activity in their spare time for pleasure.

Some articles on hobbyist, hobbyists:

Osdev
... Hobbyist operating system development is one of the more involved and technical options for a computer hobbyist ... Since the hobbyist must claim more ownership for adapting a complex system to the ever changing needs of the technical terrain, zeal and enthusiasm is ...
Scratch Building - Motives
... The reasons hobbyists scratchbuild may vary ... Sometimes the hobbyist may be dissatisfied with the accuracy or detail of kits that are available ... Other times a hobbyist will opt to scratchbuild simply for the challenge ...
OpenVMS Hobbyist Program
... and a number of layered products were made available free of charge for hobbyist, non-commercial use as part of the OpenVMS Hobbyist Program ... As of 2006, the time required to obtain a hobbyist license was approximately one week from start to finish from registration with a user group through acquisition of licenses and media ... Hobbyist CD media is available for US$30, including international shipping ...
Found Photography For Hobby
... to engage in found photography as a hobbyist or viewer looking at a hobbyist's collection ... Filmmakers Lorca Shepperd and Cabot Philbrick present an important point about found photography hobbyists in their documentary Other People's Photos ... collector's around Chelsea Flea Market in New York City and concluded that found photography hobbyists usually collect pictures for two reasons they like ...
Operating System Development As A Hobby
... See also Hobbyist operating system development Operating system development is one of the most complicated activities in which a computing hobbyist may engage ... In either case, the hobbyist is his/her own developer, or may interact with a small and sometimes unstructured group of individuals who have like interests ...