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Old Baldy Civil War Round Table

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Old Baldy Civil War Round Table

1750 Clements Bridge Road

Woodbury, New Jersey,08096

United States

Company Description

The Old Baldy Civil War Round Table of Philadelphia was founded in January 1977. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Webmaster

The Civil War Round Table


Founder and Principal

POSIX Software Group


Webmaster

South Bay Civil War Round Table


Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer

Open IT Works Inc


Distinguished Engineer

The SunNetwork


Distinguished Engineer

Sun Microsystems , Inc.


Chief Technology Officer

iPlanet Web Server


Manager of OS Development

Amdahl Corporation


Information Technology Manager

Bechtel Corporation


Affiliations

Blue and Gray Education Society

Member


Education

BS

electrical engineering

Carnegie-Mellon University


MS

systems management

USC


master's degree

military history

American Military University


Web References(104 Total References)


About Us | Old Baldy Civil War Round Table

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Hal Jespersen
Webmaster hlj@posix.com Website design by Hal Jespersen. Proudly powered by WordPress


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Hal Jespersen (sample profile)
Hal Jespersen Hal Jespersen with Ed Bearss in 2007 Hal Jespersen is a retired computer industry executive who has a strong interest in studying the Civil War. Hal was a U.S. Army Signal Corps officer in the 1970s and then held a variety of computer software jobs in Silicon Valley until his retirement in 2010. Although he studied some military history and visited some battlefields as an ROTC cadet, Hal's overriding interest in the war was triggered recently by a specific event- reading Michael Shaara's The Killer Angels in 2003. That led to a period of voracious reading about the Battle of Gettysburg and to the first of a number of trips to that hallowed ground. In 2004, Hal began to make significant contributions to the Civil War articles on Wikipedia, and is the principal author of about 130 battle and campaign articles as well as an equal number of biographical articles about Civil War generals. In addition to the text of the articles, Hal has published a large number of Civil War battle maps, which are starting to appear in other online sites and some recently published books. Hal focuses his interests primarily east of the Mississippi, and although he loves the Army of the Potomac, feels that the war was substantially won in the Western Theater. Hal's website, http://www.posix.com/CW/, contains links to his maps, his important Wikipedia articles, and a large number of travelogue articles, recording his visits to Civil War battlefields and seminars over the years. Hal is the webmaster for the Old Baldy Civil War Round Table and the South Bay Civil War Round Table. He has recently started studying for a master's degree in military history, with a focus on the Civil War, at American Military University.


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Hal Jespersen - Member Profile
Hal Jespersen conversing with Ed Bearss Hal Jespersen is a retired computer industry executive who has a strong interest in studying the Civil War. Hal was a U.S. Army Signal Corps officer in the 1970s and then held a variety of computer software jobs in Silicon Valley until his retirement in 2010. Although he studied some military history and visited some battlefields as an ROTC cadet, Hal's overriding interest in the war was triggered recently by a specific event- reading Michael Shaara's The Killer Angels in 2003. That led to a period of voracious reading about the Battle of Gettysburg and to the first of a number of trips to that hallowed ground. In 2004, Hal began to make significant contributions to the Civil War articles on Wikipedia, and is the principal author of about 130 battle and campaign articles as well as an equal number of biographical articles about Civil War generals. In addition to the text of the articles, Hal has published a large number of Civil War battle maps, which are starting to appear in other online sites and some recently published books. Hal focuses his interests primarily east of the Mississippi, and although he loves the Army of the Potomac, feels that the war was substantially won in the Western Theater. Now that he has retired, Hal is operating a small cartography business, CW Maps, that specializes in Civil War campaign and battle maps. Hal's personal website, http://www.posix.com/CW/, contains links to his important Wikipedia articles, and a large number of travelogue articles, recording his visits to Civil War battlefields and seminars over the years. Hal is the webmaster for the Old Baldy Civil War Round Table, the San Francisco Peninsula Civil War Round Table, and the South Bay Civil War Round Table. Website design by Hal Jespersen. Proudly powered by WordPress


September | 2010 | South Bay Civil War Round Table

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These officers agreed to serve for one more year: John Herberich, President; Steve Wetlesen, Vice President; Rene Accornero, Treasurer; Larry Comstock, Secretary; Tom Miller, Membership; Bill Noyes, Preservation; Hal Jespersen, Webmaster; Gary Moore, Historian.
Website design by Hal Jespersen. Proudly powered by WordPress


About the POSIX Software Group

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Hal Jespersen's personal page (hobbies, travel, ...)
POSIX Software Group is a consulting firm that provides leadership for software architectural and standards projects. Building on years of industry experience, we can assemble the team to design and implement complex software infrastructures. All projects are performed using the latest software standards and development practices. Based on our heritage of creating industry standards such as POSIX, we specialize in developing systems based on standards, or creating systems that will form the bases of future standards. Hal Jespersen is the founder and principal of the POSIX Software Group. His 40+ years of industry experience include enterprise IT technology, architecture, collaboration, and standards development, both internal and external. He was a Distinguished Engineer at Sun Microsystems, most recently architecting compute-grid technology for "Software as a Service. Hal was a leader of the "Sun on Wall Street" initiative, increasing Sun's mindshare with the technology-leading firms in the capital equities markets. He also served as CTO of iPlanet (Sun/Netscape Alliance), providing architectural direction for enterprise-class Java servers, Web services, directory, systems management, and security, and leading technology acquisitions, partnerships, and standards. Prior to joining Sun, Hal founded the POSIX Software Group to provide leadership in open systems standardization efforts. He was the Technical Editor for the IEEE/ISO POSIX family of standards and the Chair of the POSIX Shell and Utilities working group, He wrote standards for the Open Group; developed binary compatibility standards for Motorola and 88open; created the Common Desktop Environment standard. Earlier, Hal held positions including Director of R&D for UniSoft Corp., Manager of OS Development for Amdahl Corp., IT manager for Bechtel Power Corp., and a U.S. Army Signal Corps officer. Hal holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University and an MS in Systems Management from USC.


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