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Brian has been a member of the St. Louis Unix Users group for decades. (Can it really be that long?)
First starting out as an assembly language hacker on the Radio Shack Color Computer and the Apple II in the 1970's, he found his love of C and Unix in 1984. He also enjoys his Mac and his Windows computers (gasp) and is currently interested in the TI MSP 430 architecture and assembly language programming.
Aside from computer and business related activities, Brian enjoys hiking and camping throughout the Missouri State and National Parks systems as well as gardening to support native butterfly and bee populations.
His greatest contributions to society are his daughter and his son, a mechanical engineer and a programmer, respectively. Both are interested in robotics.
Bio as of 5 March 2017.
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