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Background Information

Employment History

Professional Network and Software Engineer

Lucent Technologies Inc


Professional Network and Software Engineer

Compaq


Teaching Assistant for Their Game Mathematics and Graphics Programming

DirectX


Vulpine


Affiliations

Exibeo Corporation

Founder


Web References(1 Total References)


ShaderX Programming

www.shaderx3.com [cached]

Ronald Barbosa
Since the days of the Atari 2600 Ronald Barbosa has been an avid fan of gaming and game technology. Since 1993 he has worked as a professional network/software engineer for many companies producing Internet technologies including the former Compaq Computer Corporation and Lucent Technologies, Inc. Throughout his adult years and his professional career, his passion has always been for gaming, and, as such, he co-founded Exibeo Corporation ( http://www.exibeo.net/ ), a young startup company focused on the development of gaming technologies. He is presently studying graphics and game development at GameInstitute.com where he serves as a Teaching Assistant for their Game Mathematics and Graphics Programming with DirectX 9 courses. Florian Born After his studies of mathematics and physics, Florian worked as a teacher before he started at Vulpine in 2000. In 2003 he and some collegues from Vulpine founded Trinigy, a german middleware provider for the Vision game engine. Like many others, Florian started his career in computer programming 20 years ago on a C64. Later, on a PC, he was especially fascinated by 3D graphics and the technology behind it.


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