Technical Director, 4/88 - 1/90

Autonomy Computer Corp. was trying to create an early pocket computer, the "Seekman".

I managed a team of four programmers, did system design and wrote code for the Seekman's first operating system - an object-oriented OS, it was written in C.

A complete simulation of the target computer was created on a Macintosh so that code could be verified and even debugged on the Mac using a Macintosh source level debugger, then immediately cross-compiled to the target.

A prototype target unit running this operating system was demonstrated in May of 1989, and the code continued to run more or less smoothly till the end, but unfortunately we didn't get a second round of financing...