is an independent software consultant based in
Palo Alto, California.
Ken specializes in UNIX graphical user interface (GUI) software development,
Window System and the Motif toolkit.
Here is more information on
Ken's consulting service. He can consult both on-site and
by electronic mail.
||Ken has developed or helped develop over two dozen commercial software
products based on X and Motif. Ken has also published over thirty
tutorials and technical papers on the X Window System
and has spoken
at the X Consortium's Technical Conference, Xhibition, DECUS, and other
professional conferences. His X Application
Software Engineering column in The X Journal
received "The X Journal 1995 Editors' Choice Award for Best TXJ
Column". His Advanced X Application
Development column in the The X Advisor was that magazine's most
popular column. Ken now contributes feature articles to the new on-line
magazine The Motif Developer.|
||Ken maintains the
Motif Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) list. This FAQ answers over 350 of
the most common questions about Motif programming.|
||For more information on the X Window System, Motif, and related
technologies, see Ken's frequently updated list of (over 700)
X Window System and
Motif WWW links. Note: this page is about 100KB (of text),
so it may take a minute to load.|
||Ken holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in
Systems Engineering from
Ken graduated from
High School in Honolulu, Hawaii.
He is a member of the ACM and the
IEEE Computer Society.
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