My name is Andy Chang. I obtained my BS in Computer Science from Drexel University in 1995. My first real employer was Athena Controls in Plymouth Meeting, PA. I learned many skills from my employment with Athena Controls while having tons of fun doing my work as a embedded software engineer. While employed by Athena Controls, I pursued a Masters of Science in Computer Science at Villanova Universy and in 2000, I was awarded a MSCS
My hobbies include bicycling, electronics, and of course, computers. In my spare time, I like to think up some useless projects that allow me to enjoy my electronic goodies more fully. At the present moment, I'm trying to learn embedded linux by familiarize myself with some of the open source projects, such as Rasperry Pi and Rockbox, etc.
Anyway, enough about me. I'm sure you didn't come here to read about my boring life. So I hope you'll find some of my favorite WWW links here interesting.
Thank you for visiting my home page.
-- this link contains all the official INFO-MAC mirrors around the world.
-- INFO-MAC mirrors located in the U.S.
-- A Hypertext based mirror of INFO-MAC. A service of MIT.
-- Your old Macintosh is running too slow? Check this link out and find out how you can speed up your fossil with simple component level modifications. Sorry, PC users, this page is for MACs only.
-- You come home on a Friday night sad and tired. You go into your stereo room searching for your treasured "Nothing Like The Sun" CD by Sting. After much shuffling, you found it. Atlas, you thought to yourself, now I can relax to "My Mistress' Eyes". You reached out for the power button on your mega-bucks, "seperate everything", power amplifier and pushed it in. "POP"! You see plastic fragments flying out of your exotic speaker system and smoke rising from the amplifier. What do you do? Don't worry, well actually you do have alot to worry about, but at least Fil has put up some very helpful articles on how to diagnose what's wrong with your stereo and maybe you can even fix it yourself.
-- Infomation on Freescale products. Including infomation on their semiconductors and PowerPC chips.
-- Buy, sell, or get datasheets from manufacturers. This link is under construction. So it won't be pretty! :-)
-- Ever wonder how software emulations work? Want to write a MAC emulator for your own PC? Check this link out and you might find the answers to all your questions. Well, some of it anyway.
-- This link contains many intersting information about computing. Including a searchable database of Computer Science Bibliographies and a free online computing dictionary as well as links to online computing magazines.
-- The introduction from this link says all, "A collection of information and resources for research in programming language theory, design, implementation, and related areas."
-- The Association for Computing Machinery's home page. The ACM is the first society in computing.
-- Electronic books from around the world. Many to choose from including classic literatures and references.
-- All things Machintosh.
-- Something in the way she moves...
-- Archive of almost all FAQs posted to all the USNET newsgroups.
-- NASA photos.
Last modified: July, 2013Andrew Chang email@example.com