Yeah, it's a plain web page. I know.
I started working here at NCSA back in 1995. I worked on the last couple of releases of Mosaic for X-Window Systems, the first popular web browser which lead to the widespread development of the World Wide Web.
I currently work in the Data Management group for the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope project.
In the old days, I worked with Sun on technology that was used in Java and the Hot Java browser.
I worked on NCSA Habanero, a smart room and NCSA Portfolio.
Before that, I worked on Secure X-Window in the security group at Harris Computer Systems Division, the REAL/IX real-time Unix kernel group at Modcomp, and did networking software development for Gould.
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