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- Stanford University, Center for Professional Development
Excellent methodologies for managing software, engineering, and web publishing teams.
- Santa Clara University: Santa Clara,
California. Member esteemed Cohort 7.
Spent most of 2003 and 2004 studying, working, and being a dad.
Completed the program Fall 2004.
- SCALIX -
provider of enterpise messaging/email for Linux/Unix.
- Cacheon: fascinating gig right
on Market & 4th in San Francisco.
Built up software development team and development infrastructure.
Developed peer-to-peer messaging system and flexible distributed
computing engine to run on Windows, Linux, PalmOS, and Java!
- intel: Microprocessor Research Lab.
Ported proprietary 3D
scene manager to Linux. Wrote the first 3D
graphics Linux demo to run on the 64 bit Itanium processor.
makers of consumer grade real-time 3D
computer graphics silicon for major PC manufacturers.
Built up a professional graphics program to round out their
- 3Dlabs: My ticket to Silicon Valley
IPO land. Evolved from a Graphics Systems Engineer to Program Manager
with a bit of jack of all tradesmanship in between.
- Old Quad, Santa Clara, California.
Also see Win6 Village (Agrihood).
- University of Houston:
completed MBA coursework
- Compaq Computer Corp.:
- Spent a year on their Graphics R&D team. Left to go to 3Dlabs.
- United Sates Patent
have submitted preliminary design
plans for ... whoops, details later ;)
- Commodore Amiga: West Chester,
Pennsylvania - Moved into the Retargetable Graphics team for 6 months.
Got my name on the Deathbed T-shirt. Hoping
Amiga Technologies can bring the
power of the Amiga, with its
remarkable OS and video friendly output,
back into the mainstream
- SCAN: participating member. Their 1993 annual proceedings
published my technical paper, Real-Time Methodology for 2-D
Rendering of 3-D Objects of Vastly Different Scale
Originally based in Malvern, Pennsylvania, now part of
conglomerat Creatve Labs'
Electronic Musical Keyboards with SCSI, real-time audio recording,
floppy disk drive, and multitasking operating system.
The ASR-10 took a couple of years of blood and sweat from me.
Left to go work on the Amiga.
- IUSB: Indiana University at
South Bend. Masters candidate Electronic and Computer Music Theory.
- 88.9 FM, WSND: Notre Dame University
Spent a couple years as volunteer disc jockey for both the
alternative pop Nocturne midnight and Classical
Tafelmusik dinner time shows! Live student radio rules!
- Allied Signal: South Bend,
Indiana. Spent 4 years working on FADECs (Full Authority Digital
Electronic Control) for military and commercial turbine jet engines.
- Purdue University: West Lafayette,
Indiana. Computer/Electrical Engineering Bachelor of Science 1986.
- Beyond Our
amazing televsion production group I was part of in high school.
Helped write, act, direct, produce completely original works, and
solicit advertisors for this taped production. Most amazing of all
was that it was regularly broadcast
on South Bend, IN NBC affiliate channel 16.
Update: BOC Youth Foundation