I am a software engineer with significant experience developing commercial software applications. My experience includes working on Windows and embedded Linux platforms from low-level multithreaded device drivers to user interface design and implementation.
Since the fall of 2009 I have been developing automotive GPS software for Garmin International in Olathe, KS. My work at Garmin has included research in augmented reality, extending Bluetooth functionality, capturing and analyzing performance data, and improving overall user experience. In addition, I occasionally teach programming and technology-related courses in the Continuing Education department at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, KS.
When playing basketball isn’t an option, I spend my free time experimenting with Android and web development.
Specialties: C/C++, Embedded systems, Bluetooth, Real-time data acquisition and instrumentation control, UI design, C#, Java, J2ME, DVD and Bluray