Stephen has worked developing sections of the QNX core OS as well as developing drivers in C for use in mobile devices. Also, he has setup a build and integration server for testing of drivers. At Blackberry he worked as a team lead for several concept and demo projects related to mobile UX. He has also successfully lead a creative team to develop a sign language translation concept project, resulting in an international award.
Stephen has experience developing at different layers of the software stack, from low level drivers designed and developed in C to apps written in C++ and Java. With previous experience in firmware and driver development, rendering engine development, automated testing, and concept development Stephen is comfortable working with both large and small projects.
With a good eye for detail, Stephen has worked closely with both engineering and design teams to implement BlackBerry's rendering engine as well as many projects related to mobile UX.
Stephen has received several provincial and national medals for his work in electronics and robotics, as well as an international developer award for his work on an American Sign Language translation project.
- QNX RTOS
- BlackBerry/Research in Motion
- Firgelli Technology
- Canadian Department of National Defense
- Skills Canada Robotics
Teacher for courses
Posts by Stephen
Working Remotely… Very RemotelyRead more
Does your job let you travel? Do you want it to? Our job does! And we're taking advantage of it! Read all about our plans for remote work... very remote work. #waaayoutofoffice
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Why do we do this to ourselves?Read more
A couple of weeks ago, we discovered that some dates on our web site were incorrect. Instead of showing the actual date of a course delivery, certain pages would always show today's date...
Today we open our new headquarters, TeknikhubbenRead more
Today we open our new headquarters, Teknikhubben, on Kullagatan in Helsingborg. Here entrepreneurs can get help to realize their business ideas.
New office in GothenburgRead more
We are now opening a new office in Gothenburg
Now we launch Beginning ASP.NET CoreRead more
In 2016 Microsoft released the ASP.NET Core Platform, but it was shaky. Not until May 2018, with the release of version 2.1, did the platform become stable. Now is the time to invest knowledge in it, and therefore we release the course Beginning ASP.NET Core.