Guest Lecture "Essential Algorithms: Choreography for Electrons"
Essential Algorithms: Choreography for Electrons
By James Hinds
Venue: Paragon IU, Room 220
Date: Thursday, 21 February 20, 2019
James Hinds has over 50 years of experience in System Architecture, programming, and firmware engineering. Mr. Hinds has taught Programming and Computer Engineering courses at University of California at Santa Barbara. He has also worked as mobile developer, software consultant, senior developer in numerous organizations including Gemini Observatories, Mobirez.com, Empire Mobile Applications, Verifone, Quotron, Nestar Systems.
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