I am presently working for NASA on the TESS project.
Read about TESS on NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite website.
My name is Christopher "Chris" Hull. I am a software engineer with decades of experience in the field. I have a broad range of experience from Java / object oriented design and development all the way to rudimentary hardware prototyping and coding. I hold patents related to both hardware and software development, see LinkedIn. I have worked on operating systems, traditional applications, and web based products. My work has been used by millions of users, and appears in the Macintosh Operating System and Kindle among other places. I have also been maintaining a small server farm of real and virtual machines running Linux (specifically CentOS) since the late '90s. The farm is based largely on Openstack
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See my LinkedIn page. It has many written recommendations.
Also see my Code Samples and Projects Page. The Java Know It All Page may also be of interest.
Open Source Collaborations
Software Architecture for Interaction with Dynamic Data Sources and Role Based Access Control - for Mediagate
- United States Patent WO/2002/050691 Issued December 19, 2000
Electronic Paper Display Updates - for the Amazon Kindle
- United States Patent 8819568 Issued August 26, 2014
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I designed and developed code for the original Macintosh Operating System
I worked on Apple's QuickDraw GX graphics system.
I am one of the inventors of
the Amazon Kindle.
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