I am a communicator for a technical world, regardless of whether it is in a classroom, a boardroom or in front of a video camera; my successes have been to convey extremely complex messages in a manner that can be understood by a wide audience. My greatest success has been the Advanced Network Computing Laboratory® (ANCL) resulting in the graduation of 100 of the next generation of networking engineer. With successes like Fedora and the PODS environmental micro sensor network, ANCL has been making its mark on the world. With something in the arena of 300+ articles published in Communications Week, Internet Week and InfoWorld; and with quite a few of those articles being syndicated around the world, ANCL’s impact is international.
Education
BS in Computer Science, Chaminade University 1986
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Mesh Networks - DARPA SensIT Project
Cloud Computing, Cloud Security - InfoWorld Magazine
Higher Performance Networking - InfoWorld Magazine
Personal Interests
Photography, Maker tinkering