Wild Goose Games


Wild Goose Development


Aug 2002-Present




Coin-Op Games





Engineering & Casino Gaming Consulting Company Aug 2002 - Present





Sierra Computer Engineering Aug. 1988 Nov 1995

( & Other Consulting Work )



Sierra Computer Engineering was the name of my electronics engineering company while living in Sonora up in the California Sierras. Unfortunately I would get phone calls from kids looking for Sierra the gaming company. The following is a list of some of the projects that I have worked on and am allowed to mention!


Aircraft Hydraulics Testing System


Built first prototype on plexiglass board mount using Vacuum Florescent Display (VFD), Light Emitting Diodes (LED), 5x6 Membrane Keyboard, Bidirectional Rotary Encoder Wheel, and Network drivers as well as wire-wrapped the prototype utilizing a Rabbit 2000 (Z80) processor core.






Seize the Day


Localized English language personal database program from Win3.1 to the Win3.1/J and Win95/J Operating Systems in Japanese.


















Port of an Apple II maze game video game to Atari 800 when project was terminated.












Some projects that I have worked on involved reverse engineering and so am under a Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA) so as to not mention the name of the company!


        GIS (Computerized Cartography) Graphics programs using digitized and vector based Mercator projections used with GPS and Loran vehicle tracking systems. This was used in determining Loran coverage areas as well as zones of intersections.


        NOAA Digital Coastline Cartographic Compression.


        The tracking of vehicles using mobile GPS receivers in conjunction with cellular phones and modems for position monitoring at base stations.


        The reverse engineering and creation of various airport-runway database storage systems for use with GPS equipment.