Ted has been fascinated with gaming ever since he first played Hangman on the Commodore PET. He's written software in dozens of languages and can explain "skip" microcode for the 78HC10, but strangely enough has never written a line of 6502 assembler. He most recently helped to build EEDAR, the business intelligence and analytics company for the gaming industry, where he led information technology, software development, infrastructure, and business process design for the first five years the company was in business.
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