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Brett Bilbrey

Programmer

ICBM Attack

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Background Information

Employment History

MBUG-PC


Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer

Intelligent Paradigm Inc


Senior Manager, Technology Advancement

Apple Inc.


Affiliations

Position Imaging Incorporated

Board of Technical Advisors


University of Michigan-Dearborn

CECS Industrial Advisor


Association for Computing Machinery Inc

Board of Advisors Member


Education

University of Michigan


Web References(39 Total References)


www.ballyalley.com

This email "interview" (from July 11, 2001) is with Brett Bilbrey, from Spectre Systems (programmer of ICBM Attack and Treasure Cove cartridges).
I'm not sure why this was never posted. This is the kind of stuff I'm finding on my hard drive when I look through the files... ADAM - I was hoping to get in touch with Mike and Marion [of Spectre]. I would like to ask them about releasing BLAST DROIDS into the public domain as well as your two programs. I think that would be the last of the three (?) Esoterica, Inc cartridges. BRETT - Blast Droids was not a Spectre Systems creation. (At least I don't remember doing it... (sigh, getting old sucks). Esoterica was only the distributor of our cartridges. They distributed other peoples products as well. I don't remember Blast Droids, so I'm pretty sure it was someone else's. (I wrote a lot of programs around that time, and if Esoterica took one and made a cartridge out of it - giving it a new name - then they did it without our permission.) ADAM - Not only do I want to ask them that, but I would like to hear about how they set up the company and more. Let me know if I can contact them (email preferred). BRETT - I can give you a little background on that. But Dana joined the Air Force and left our group... Brett - engineer/programmer (Bally/TRS-80/etc...) Dana - artist/programmer (TRS-80) Marion - musician/programmer (TRS-80) Mike - manager We started writing programs for the TRS-80. BRETT - You should also contact George Moses, one of the 'old gang' of the Bally Bugs... George helped rewrite the Bally Basic manual, and when I wrote the three voice music program, George wrote music for it... END OF ARTICLE


www.ballyalley.com [cached]

Brett Bilbrey with MBUG
Brett Bilbrey with MBUG This picture was taken on the last weekend of April 2012 when Brett was in Michigan for his father's memorial. Brett says, "I checked, and folks said it was OK to use the picture. Brett Bilbrey and his wife Ann Bilbrey This picture was developed in January of 1980 and was provided by Brett Bilbrey.


daringfireball.net [cached]

"Phil is not a technology guy," Brett Bilbrey, the former head of Apple's Advanced Technology Group, says.
Jobs liked him, Bilbrey thinks, because he "looked at technology like middle America does, like Grandma and Grandpa did." I don't know what Schiller did to piss off Bilbrey, but Bilbrey either has a huge chip on his shoulder or was severely misquoted by Merchant.1 Here's a story from Yoni Heisler for Network World on Brett Bilbrey's retirement from Apple in 2014. Bilbrey headed Apple's Technology Advancement Group. Merchant describes Bilbrey as having led "Apple's Advanced Technology Group".


strategicsearch.com [cached]

This approach to helping candidates find a job will help them change the way they think about what they are looking for, as well as the process [through which] they go about getting it," Brett Bilbrey, manager of media architecture at Apple Computer Inc., said of the proposed program.


strategicsearch.com [cached]

Brett Bilbrey
Inventing, advising, and consulting. Just keeping busy...


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