Dave Haynie

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Dave Haynie

Dave Haynie is an American computer engineer the former Commodore International chief engineer on high end and advanced projects.[1]

Beginnings[edit]

Dave was born David Bruce Haynie on May 23, 1961, in Summit, New Jersey, United States.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

He started work at Commodore in 1983 as an engineer under Bil Herd. His first project was to help complete the TED systems comprising Plus/4, C16 and more. After completing the Commodore 128 Bil Herd left the company and Dave Haynie was promoted to chief engineer in the low-end group.[citation needed] After Commodore acquired Amiga, Dave Haynie ended up primary engineer on the expandable A2000 computer. Later, he joined Bob Welland on the A2620 CPU module, and launched the follow-up A2630 the year thereafter. These were delivered in the A2500/20 (1989) and A2500/30 (1989).[citation needed]

In 1989 he started designing the Zorro III expansion bus architecture, and in 1990, with Greg Berlin, Hedley Davis, Jeff Boyer, and Scott Hood, created the Amiga 3000.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ElectronicsWeek. McGraw-Hill. 1985. 

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