Bryan's Little UCLA Homepage
Interactive Programming Supervisor/Lead Programmer
Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, UCLA
I graduated from UCLA back in 1990
with a BS degree in Applied Math
Specializing in Computer Science. I began programming professionally immediately after
graduation for my first employer. In 1992 I came back to UCLA and became a Programmer
/Analyst for the Space Science Center (SSC) where
I was the Lead Programmer for the FAST
Magnetometer Team, and a programmer for projects requiring interactive
windows based programs such as Cassini and
Currently I am now working at
(Jet Propulsion Laboratory) where I am the Lead DCE System Developer
Distributed Computing Environment). This system is in place now to support the
(Deep Space Network) for NASA
which requires our system to span the globe to support the DSN ground stations.
Other tasks I handle include updating and maintaining system software,
helping to develop and maintain the Web pages, UNIX & NT system administration
work and system support for our users.
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Last Modified April 18, 1997