I'm a fairly well known computer scientist and hacker. I earned my BS in Computer Science back in 03, with a focus on computer graphics and was awarded "most outstanding project in computer science" for my graduating project. After a couple of years in the graphics industry, I returned to get my MS in Computer Science back in 07, with a focus on Scientific Computing and AI. During this time I taught intro to computer science at IU. For the past 10 years I've written the very popular hacking and programming blog www.hunterdavis.com, where hundreds if not thousands of folks have had their hacking and programming questions answered. I've spawned some pretty popular hacking "scenes" (zipit z2, im-me), been featured in magazines, journals, numerous websites (engadget, hackaday, hundreds others) and I published my first book on how I saved for my bootstrapped startup (www.discursivelabs.com). My latest hack project was described by engadget as a "masterpiece". Throughout my career I've been lauded as an educator and as a top notch programmer in the professional, military, and educational fields. My CV is publicly available at www.hunterdavis.com, as are copious examples of my programming, programs I've written, sourceforge projects spawned from programs I've written, etc. As the CEO of a bootstrapped startup working in steath mode on projects, I've got a flexible schedule and a wealth of knowledge.