Joined 9 years ago from New Mexico
My academic background was in mathematics. Having received a B.S. summa cum laude, from Wilkes College, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. My first job was with Bell Telephone Labs in Holmdel, New Jersey during which time I received a M.S. degree (GPA 4.0/4.0) from Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ. The next ten years were spent at IBM Endicott, NY in what can be best characterized as a position specializing in data management and network support except for a company sponsored sabbatical in 1983-85 at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia earning a Masters of Science in Engineering. At Data General (1988-93), I was a project manager in the transaction processing product area, a porting manager for Ingres, and on-site representative at Oracle WHQ in Redwood Shores, CA. The 1990s can be best characterized as working with database products: Ingres, Oracle and Informix, in a variety of roles these Corporations had with their hardware partners including porting, high end Fortune 100 company support, trade show content development, staff training, and consulting. I have some experience in SAP and Oracle applications having spent some time at SAP AG HQ in Walldorf, Germany and many years at Oracle HQ in Redwood Shores. At Intel, I was part of the Intel IA-32 C/C++ Compiler Team. My C and UNIX experience dates as far back as my days at Bell Labs in the mid 1970s.
From 2002 on, while still maintaining a consulting practice, I became involved in business activities. In one case revitalizing an art gallery and in taking another company from concept to deployment.
In 2006, I was asked by the new Governor of the Pueblo of Nambé (just outside of Santa Fe) if I would serve as his Senior Advisor (2007-08). I was involved in researching Tribal history, cultural preservation activities, grant writing and administration.
At the end of the Governor’s term we launched a business Nambe Waterfalls Horseback Riding Company, LLC. I also have maintained a private consulting practice since 2002.
I am married to Josephine, a special education teacher in the Espanola School District and we have one cat Hissy-Pissy.
5 years ago
The advantage of using ECLIPSE as the underpinning for JAVA development should become apparent at the conclusion of this article demonstrating the steps required to create the "Hello World!" program.
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