Todd R. Hill

Software and hardware engineer since 1976. Started professionally on two MITS Altair 8800 computers, with DEC LA36 KSR printers and Lear Siegler ADM-3A dumb serial terminals many years before IBM invented the Personal Computer (PC) or Seattle Computer Product’s Tim Paterson invented the original Disk Operating System (DOS) — it was not Bill Gates or Microsoft.

Continued several years with Data General, Texas Instruments, Digital Equipment Corp (DEC), Hewlett-Packard (HP), AT&T, and Sun computer systems of various scales. That work included building large systems out of the crates through assembly language device drivers and application software.

Have designed and created a wide range of projects including smart medical devices including the first microprocessor-based heart pacing unit, document management systems, a database system for NASA, multi-threaded servers, a portable C-like language compiler-interpreter, speech recognition tools that are in your cell phone and car, business and web applications, GIS products, scientific applications, stock trading systems, and four different workflow systems for managing monitoring and controlling systems for several large companies and some of the nation’s largest super-computers.

Retired in 2023 and working on the Open Source projects as discussed in these pages and on GitHub at https://github.com/Corionis and https://github.com/Monkeyboy-Com .

Specialties: Java, C#, C++, PHP, various other languages.

The monkeyboy.com domain has been under private registry since 29 April 1995. The name was inspired by the 1984 movie The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension.

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My water-cooled number cruncher with an aquarium chiller on the floor.
7,982 overclocked cores running pegged 24/7 for science.