I coach a local FIRST LEGO Robotics team.
After attending Clarkson University for two years I worked for the Educational Resources Center (formerly the Computing Center) installing and supporting systems, communications and networking.
I moved to the Cornell University Theory Center in 1987 as chief developer on the Gated project. In addition I provided support of the phase I NSFnet project. Since the Merit-run NSFnet took over I focused mostly on Gated. In 1991 the Gated project moved to the Advanced Technologies and Planning group of the Network Resources division of Cornell Information Technologies in support of the campus backbone and I followed. In 1995 CIT realized that the Gated project could be managed better elsewhere and transferred it to Merit.
I joined Berkeley Software Design, Inc. as a member of the technical staff shortly after the Gated project left Cornell.
I joined Wind River Systems,Inc. as part of an acquisition of the BSD/OS and FreeBSD groups of Berkeley Software Design in May of 2001.
More detail on my work experience is available.
``Yes, we will be going to OSI, Mars and Pluto, but not necessarily in that order''-- George Michaelson
``AT&T is a modem test command.''
-- Ethan Hunt, MI:2