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B 09.30.09 About Me . .. b started in Music, transitioned to CS . .. graduate work at University of Pennsylvania (Moore School and Wharton) research interests in functional programming and database management taught CS 160 (and several others) as a UCSB adjunct almost 30 years ago r from startup-up to Fortune-100 . .. [1982] joined Digital Sound, early developer of DSP-based voice servers [1987] co-founded Spectron, which offered industry’s first DSP RTOS (SPOX) [1995] acquired by Dialogic, after fielding IA-SPOX for native signal processing [1998] sold to Texas Instruments, after incubating mass-market DSP/BIOS [2000] elected TI Fellow, and commenced thinking about “what’s next”
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Unformatted text preview: SW Engr portable correct resilient theres no such thing as portable SW, only SW that has been ported!! 2A all that matters is working software!! 1 consider the alternative of porting HW to SW!! 2B leverage the unlimited resources of your PC throughout the SW life-cycle!! 3 a right but late answer is wrong!! focus on worse-case performance!! 4A plans are meaningless, planning is everything!! change is the only constant!! 6A test what you fly, fly what you test!! if you cant see the problem, you cant fix it!! 5 change only one variable at a time!! 6B maintain modularity at all cost!! 7 first rule of optimization. .. dont!! functional correctness trumps performance!! 4B CHAOS ORDER...
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