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Harry L.

Location:

Mount Dora, FL

Member since:

September 1, 2013

What is your strongest technical skill?

Local area network and system design; MCSE, ECNE, MCNE taking a problem that has stumped other engineers and fixing them. Walked into a totally messed up network job, 1200+ users shown, only ~900 actual people - cleaned it and other blisters, then customer sold 1/3rd of system. Had to deliver network servers. Vendor said servers couldn't be logically moved. Two engineering firms brought in to do the job declinced to try. I got it done without destroying and rebuilding servers. Didn't loose a user or a file.

How long have you been a technology professional?

40+ years and still counting. One company had tried to design and market a commercial and residential video server. After eight years they pulled the product from the market and have abandoned their clients. We have a product that doesn't stop at 4 or even 8 channels but starts with 12 channels and can go above there. The system will also support legal storage of Blu-ray and other video disks. Commercial applications include sports bars and a couple of others that I keeping quiet about until I get them implemented.

What is your favorite part of technology?

Strongest language - Fortran. The great majority of what I have done for the last 10+ years has working with operating systems and defining what needs to be done to solve a problem. And then when other developers say something can't be done - going in and making things work.

Introduction

BS, Photo Science 68, MS Eng. Mgt, 71; , Optics &Net Sys. design stayed ahead of crowd. Built networks with 3500+ workstations and 65+ servers in WashDC. Currently marketing video server with recording for commercial and residential installation.


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