Christopher G. Wilcox
August 2012 to present, Instructor, Colorado State University
Classes taught to date: CS160, CS270, CT320
August 2007 to May 2012, Graduate Student, Colorado State University
Emphasis on high performance computing, software engineering, and networking.
June 2003 to June 2007, Senior Software Engineer, Nvidia Corporation
Developed cross-platform multimedia software for network consumer products, using C++ software running on Windows and Linux.
July 2002 to April 2003, Principal Engineer, cd3o Inc.
Developed a Windows server and embedded client software for a startup company that offered a consumer audio player to stream MP3/WMA/WAV files over wired and wireless home networks.
September 2000 to September 2001, Software Engineering Manager, SONICBlue Inc.
October 1998 to June 2000, Senior Staff Engineer, 3dfx Interactive, Inc.
Developed Windows 2D/3D display drivers for Voodoo graphics cards. Extended existing driver code to add 24bpp z-buffer, stencil planes, anti-aliasing, and multiple chip rendering.
December 1995 to October 1998, President, Fairplay Technologies, Inc.
Created proprietary display driver technology and a display driver test suite. Added bi-linear and tri-linear texture filtering algorithms to existing reference rasterization code.
April 1993 to June 1995, Senior Software Engineer, Cyrix Corporation
Developed and verified Windows software and drivers for an integrated graphics microprocessor.
September 1987 to March 1993, Technical Staff, Hewlett-Packard Company
Wrote Unix display drivers for high performance 3D graphics workstations.
November 1982 to February 1987, Software Analyst, Evans and Sutherland Computer Corp.
Wrote diagnostics and graphics microcode for 3D graphics workstations.
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