I previously worked at the IBM Almaden Research Center doing work on unstructured information storage, indexing, search, and information retrieval on web-scale data sets. I work on the infrastructure and algorithms for efficiently processing and mining large data sets. I have worked on the WebFountain indexer, the Trevi Intranet Search Engine, and the OmniFind Enterprise Search product.
Previously, I did research in the Cyberspace Technologies group. My work included developing a framework for Java-based services for thin servers (OSGI). I implemented a subset of the CIFS(SMB) protocol in Java. I also helped create an Internet-enabled soda machine shown at the IBM booth in the 2000 Sydney Olympics using the PIC 16C74 microcontroller, designing the circuit board and software. Other places I have worked for include Internet Media Services, W3.COM, and BuyMedia. You can view my Resume.
I also like to write for fun. From 1999 to 2001, I was the About.com Internet Industry Guide, and wrote articles about internet technology and news.
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