I have very eclectic interests. From Italian cooking to collecting English silver. From bike riding to art. I am an fan of folk music, with a focus on pre-1970s work. I also collect wristwatches. I have been an amateur radio operator since I was 16 years old, which was a long time ago. I have visited a Dunkin' Donuts at 4AM, to learn how to put the jelly into a donut.
After I wrote my first computer program, I said I knew everything there was to know about computers.At that time, I was as close to the truth as I as I have ever been.
I have two children and two grandchildren. My wife is a super-model and worships me.
|Profession||Retired Senior Scientist|
In 1984, when AT&T was split in multiple parts, Bell Laboratories was also split into two. I work for a company which originally was one of the two parts.
My title says I am a "Senior Scientist", but I am really a software engineer.
Most of the projects I get involved with are prototypes of some new high speed optical technology device or system.
|Products||CANxtra, Cerb40, Cerberus, Cerbot, Cerbuino, Cobra, Cobra II, Cobra III, Domino, EMX, G120, G400, Game-O, HAT, Holey Board, Hydra, Medusa, Panda, Panda II, Raptor, Cream, Spider, Spider II|
|Hardware||Good experience. I understand sensors and buses. I'm capable of extending hardware. I can read full schematics and solder.|
|Software||Excellent experience. I can plan, design and program a complete application for a final product. I can implement design patterns, build small applications and perform device communication. I understand object-oriented concepts.|
|Registered||Apr. 28, 2010|
|Last login||Jan. 16, 2017 at 2:58 PM EST|
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