I'm not the greatest when it comes to keeping in touch.
Perhaps you searched the web and found my name. Maybe we're related, maybe we went to school together. Here's some information about me.
Born in Montreal, Québec in 1966 I lived in Montreal West south of the tracks at 11 Balantine St. I went to Edinburg Elementary and the Loyola High School, both in Montréal.
I went to Champlain College for C.E.G.E.P. in Lennoxville, Québec. I worked two summers at Labatt's in LaSalle, then started working summers in Lennoxville.
I stayed in Lennoxville and did my undergraduate degree in Computer Science (minor Math) at Bishop's University.
After convocation I was looking for a job and found one at Bishop's setting up their new network. I learned a lot, but after a year there it was time to move on.
I wound up doing my Masters in Computer Science at Queen's University in Kingston Ontario. I stayed mostly on campus at graduate residence (John Deutsche Building). After convocation I looked for a job and found one at (then) Andyne Computing, a young startup.
I've been working at Andyne (now Hummingbird) for 5 years working on the PABLO product (now called BI/Analyze). In the meantime I also got married (twice) to my lovely wife Renata who was doing her Master's here at Queen's. She's since surpassed me an completed here Ph.D. in Anatomy. So now it's time to move on - again.
Now my off to live in Brazil, for a new phase in my life. I working remotely for Hummingbird doing work via the internet.
This page was last updated on 11/17/98.