I worked in field of electronics for the US Army, General Instrument (creators of the Videocipher and Digicipher, as well as SURFboard technologies), and Nokia Mobile Phones. I have a good understanding of video and audio (analog and digital) processing, as well as vast experience in Test & Measurement Equipment.
I acquired a second career while in my thirties in Software Engineering. I have a masters degree in the field and was an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science for Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth for approximately 8 years. I have worked (in various capacities) as a software engineer for Lockheed Martin; primarily in the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program. I also worked for OGRE Systems (Oil & Gas software company) in Dallas for about 4 years and the Lead Developer for the QA Automation team at Xpressdocs; a project I started from the ground up.
Currently, I am a Test Quality Engineer Contractor for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.