Randy Heuer is a former Technology
Consultant from AT&T
Labs - Research. He has
over 25 years of
experience in architecture,
design and development of software systems. His skills include
object-oriented software design and development, distributed systems,
web services, graphical user interfaces, rapid prototyping/development,
web development and system architecture. His contributions over his
career at AT&T include the design and implementation of target
tracking systems, graphical programming tools, consumer survey systems,
automated speech recognition tools, business process monitor and
control systems and TCP/IP security tools.
Randy has a B.S. in Meteorology from Rutgers University and an M.S. in
Atmospheric Science from Colorado State University. He also has
completed a Masters Program in Computer Science at AT&T Bell
He has presented papers at numerous software and web conferences, and
has taught classes in C++, Java, Visual Basic and rapid prototyping. He
has focused on Java development in Windows, Unix and
Linux environments, working with visualization toolkits, web services
and persistent object databases. More recently he has developed
TCP/IP security tools in python.
Randy currently has a number of roles. In addition to being an
independent software consultant, Randy is also involved in a number of
activities including tutoring math and computer science, and has also
project leader for gifted high school students.
When not writing code,
Randy enjoys playing trombone in jazz groups and building Lego models.
He is also a certified golf addict.