From 1970-1972 while on active duty in the U.S. Army worked as an aerospace engineer for NASA Drydan Research Center at Edwards AFB California in developing engine simulations of Mach 3+ aircraft. In academia in chemistry and computer science from 1972-1997. During this time also did work for NASA Lewis Research Center, Cleveland OH on combustion analysis of jet fuels. In academia created/developed a Computer Science program/curriculum for LaGrange College, GA. From 1997 until 2012 for Oracle Corp., the worlds largest enterprise database and business software company. Primary areas of responsibility were in the areas of programming languages and Software Oriented Architecture technologies.