Tony has designed and implemented embedded firmware for a variety of commercial, industrial, and automotive products, with an emphasis on reliability and efficiency in resource-constrained environments.
- Experienced with C and Assembly languages.
- Experienced with Python and Lua scripting languages.
- Familiar with a variety of microcontroller architectures, including ARM, PIC18, x86, and 8051.
- Experienced with embedded RTOS and bare-metal, OS-less implementations.
- Experienced with low-level hardware protocols, including CAN, I2C, SPI, and UART.
- Familiar with network protocols including HTTP, SNMP, Telnet, FTP, and Modbus.
- Familiar with J1939 and UDS automotive CAN protocols.
- Designed, implemented and maintained the firmware for high-volume, high-availability data center infrastructure devices, including:
- Rack power distribution units
- Environmental monitoring appliances
- Computer room air conditioners
- Implemented firmware for an electric vehicle pedestrian alert sounder, creating quick-turnaround, customized solutions for over 25 potential automotive customers.
- BSc of Computer Engineering, Missouri S&T
- US Patent 10877077, “Systems and Methods for Determining Input Current of a Power Distribution Unit
Interests / Obsessions
- PC gaming
- Playing guitar
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