I am a retired software engineer who worked in the medical field and engineering computer graphics and consulted in configuration management, especially the process of writing reliable software. My career has taken me from Arkansas, where I grew up, to Indiana, Oregon, North Carolina, New York City, and back to Arkansas in retirement. Some of the companies I worked for include the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Arkansas Children's Hospital, Tektronix, Data General, IBM, MySQL, and Bloomberg, LP. Early in my career, I discovered how much I enjoy teaching, so technical training was a major part of what I offered companies. Only one of my training lectures is publicly available: Writing Testable Code. In retirement, I spend most of my time on genealogy, writing free and open-source software (especially related to genealogy), lecturing, studying artificial intelligence, and writing science fiction.

Scott E. Lee