For over 20 years I have been developing my skills as an engineer. Seventeen of which were at Hewlett Packard/Compaq working as an electrical design engineer, ABEL/Verilog programmer, systems architect, and software tools programmer. Before studying Electrical Engineering at Texas A&M University, I was already an accomplished software programmer with experience in C, assembly, and other languages. After developing software under contract and for my own use, I chose to study EE to augment my skills set.
I have developed software under multiple environments including Linux, Windows, SCO Unix, and DOS. Since software is nearly second nature, learning new environments is relatively simple. In other words, I will quickly become an expert in any environment/standard I do not currently have under my belt.
Thanks for keeping me in mind for any opportunities and I look forward to delighting future internal and external customers.
Texas A&M University
Computer And Electrical Engineering
2010 - 2011
Team lead/architect for blade design
Lead architect for common system design for all HP servers and blades (AMD and Intel)
Handpicked out of over 40 engineers to lead eMMC flash memory (NAND) quality and integration for all ISS servers
Co-lead the blade enclosure architecture and blade form-factor within new enclosure
Specifically requested multiple quarters to assist manufacturing-line to reach goals by helping on factory floor and submitting process suggestions after experience
2006 - 2010
Storage, network, and Intel chipset integration
Lead representative for Intel servers within power (POL, VRD) tiger-team
Windows OS targeted tools development in C, assembly, and custom scripts
CPLD/PAL development in Verilog for 270 I/O FPGA-type and smaller devices. Experience includes Lattice, Xilinx, and Altera devices
Layout and schematic verification for vendor rules (Intel, Broadcom, LSI, etc) using Allegro, Cadence, and Mentor tools. Design for high margin, solid signal integrity, and EMC/EMI.
Played a key role in ProLiant DL360 development from 1st generation to Gen8
Mentored junior and more experienced engineers
Hewlett Packard / Compaq
1999 - 2006
High speed digital motherboard design and development
Awarded SCSI bus routing patent
Compaq Computer Corp
1994 - 1998
Assembly/C software development of test software
Debug/validation using scopes, logic analyzers, and protocol analyzers