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I have written software of various levels of complexity, in several languages. I can read most computer gobble-de-gook including binary and hexadecimal. I have consulted on user-interfaces and code itself.

In the days of tape-based editing, BBQ allowed a video editor to log and access any frame on a tape by name, number, or any other reference.

CCU was a software "Camera Control Unit" for the first generation of digital signal processing broadcast cameras. A component of it is still used to train new video operators on the basics.

This CD-ROM was first programmed in HTML for speed, then reproduced by another programmer in Macromedia Director for release.

A self-study, interactive course in analog television with over 100 pictures, graphics, and embedded videos.

The digital extension to the above course to introduce the concepts of serial digital television, and the coming new formats in broadcast.

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