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Huntrods Consulting (1056573 Alberta Inc.)

Huntrods Consulting provides advanced system solutions clients anywhere in the world.
 

Background

I have been consulting since 1986, when I started 'Richard Huntrods Systems Consulting'. In 1993, I incorporated as Huntrods Consulting Inc. In 2003, I changed to a numbered company (1056573 Alberta Inc.) where I am President and Senior Software Engineer.

In the beginning, I used my expertise as a programmer and my Chemical Engineering background to develop efficient user interface packages for Oil and Gas software. I also developed state-of-the-art graphics packages for medical applications (i.e. evoked brain potential mapping). I also developed musical packages including a full MIDI engine for a commercial sound card.

More recently, I have been developing fully hosted "thin client" software for the educational and human resources industry. These packages take advantage of the internet to deliver quality applications anywhere in the world using Open Source enterprise technologies.

 

Resume

A current copy of my resume in PDF format can be downloaded from this link:
  • resume for Richard Huntrods (updated May, 2009)

Projects

Projects (and clients) include:

Presentations

As an IT professional since 1980, I have been involved in numerous projects, and have used numerous tools and techniques. As an instructor, I have given lecture in a variety of courses (see the teaching page). I am willing to prepare and give courses or presentations on almost any IT topic. Recent presentations include:
  • Open Source / Open Standards - The Alternative to Microsoft presented to the Calgary Unix User's Group, December 2001
  • Open Source Software in an Industrial Setting: Why Open Source, and the Issues, presented to the 17th IFIP World Computer Congress, Montreal, P.Q., August 2002
  • Open Source Software in an Industrial Setting: Why Open Source, and the Issues, presented to the Calgary Java User's Group, September 2002


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