- — BS (Physics) Emory University
- — BEE (Electrical Engineering) Georgia Institute of Technology
- — MSEE (Electrical Engineering) Georgia Institute of Technology
- — MSMOT (Executive MBA in Management of Technology) Georgia Tech
- — Graduate Studies (Physics and Engineering) Pennsylvania State University
- — Graduate Studies (Reliability Engineering) University of Arizona
- — Electronic Design for Hostile Environments
- — Electronic Test Systems for R&D Laboratories
- — Telecom and Broadband Test Systems
- — High Speed Discrete Manufacturing, Electronics
- — Financial and Technical Analysis of Projects
- — Strategic Planning for Technology
- — Industrial Engineering and Change Management
- — Relational Database Design and Programming
- — Enterprise Software Application Development
- SNMP, HTTP, XML, dHTML, CSS, Java, AJAX, GUI's,
- ASP Classic, ASP.Net, Graphics, ActiveX DLL's,
- Local Excel VBA, Excel via Websites (VB.NET)
- — Engineering Analysis of Mammalian Cardiovascular Systems
- — Black Holes, Dark Matter, M-Theory, General Relativity
- — Calculating Power Output of the 1967-1980 Pontiac V-8s
- — Recalibrating the 1967-1974 Rochester Quadrajet Carburetor
- — Modifications to the 1970-80's Bosch CSI Fuel Injection
- — PADI-certified Rescue Diver, Mensa, SCCA Solo-II
- — I truly care about being usefully clear to my readers.
- — I use all the commas because I know what they are for.
- — Being really clear trumps all pedantic concerns, even valid ones.
- — Being really clear often requires creative expert grammar.
- — Grammar and spelling trends are irrelevant. Do what makes sense.