Founded company. Made and sold audio middleware and tools. Customers include Sony, Disney, Technicolor, Konami, Electronic Arts. Completed console license agreements with Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo. Wrote novel DSP code and tools for next-generation consoles. Millions of copies of games sold using company’s technology. Filed patents on new designs. Gave multiple presentations at GDC. Invited speaker at USC’s Interactive Media and Games Division.
Founded US division. Sold CRI’s audio middleware products, originally developed by SEGA-AM2, into US markets. Cultivated leads, demonstrated products, answered deep technical questions, and negotiated contracts and payment schedules with most major US game publishers. Built profitable business in under three years.
Created the SNAP SDK for online console game development. Devised and managed product schedule. Rewrote online code for XBox and Gamecube, and assisted with PS2 version.
Created the Sega Dreamcast (Katana) SDK. Managed development, integration and testing for several Dreamcast core libraries and tools. Managed North American developer technical support; supervised Web-based support system. Built long-term relationships with developers and partner companies. Coached and helped grow engineers and non-technical employees. Full-time staff of thirteen.
Wrote and taught courses at 3DO University, including the first-ever professional curriculum for game audio. Wrote code and provided other technical assistance for Windows, M2 and 3DO development teams. Developed demo programs and content for 3DO system software. Wrote installers for multiple PC games.
Harvard College: BA in Computer Science, June 1991. Microsoft Scholar, 1990. Lectured on interactive audio at University of Southern California and Game Developer Conference. Invited speaker to AES. Found and ethically reported remote code execution vulnerability in Crypto++. Top Writer on Quora, on software development and management; averaging 100K views per week, with over 7M views; translated by fans into eight languages.