Jaban is an computer systems consultant and occasional software engineer from British Columbia, Canada.
I came across this website quite some time ago and it struck a chord with me, as my given name, Jaban, was derived from the name of the king of Hazor (called in the Bible the king of Canaan) who commanded the iron chariots.
I am an atheist and, in general, a skeptic of all things asserted by people who display an anti-scientific attitude, including supernatural, medical, social, and otherwise.
I speak English and only English, and as such I'm sure my pronunciation is incorrect given that it was a Hebrew name. But it's my name now, and I pronounce it "jay-bin", with the emphasis on "jay".
All contributions made solely by me are dedicated to the public domain before they are published to Iron Chariots. Moral rights granted me by the Canadian Copyright Act are waived.
In a nutshell, this means any image contributions I make are in the public domain and therefore do not fall under the Iron Chariots attribution and derivative work license policy. They may be used for any purpose, without condition or limitation. No attribution is required.