Dynamic senior software developer and analyst with over 30 years of field experience. Mr. Smeds is an independent thinker, with the will power and stamina to see new ideas and new methods to conclusion. Possesses extensive experience in the development of software solutions for a variety of industries, as well as new first-of-a-kind technologies. With the right background for independent thought and discipline, new problems become new opportunities.

Mr. Smeds possesses strong analytical skills to help find creative solutions. Mr. Smeds’ professional standing and commitment to excellence only capitalize on excellent writing, documentation and interpersonal skills. A rapid learner who can quickly fit into any design philosophy and offer new approaches to problem areas.

Over the last four years Mr. Smeds has been an active participant in the development and deployment of new patented software technologies. He has shown himself to be a true team player while maintaining a fixed eye on the committed project goals.

Mr. Smeds is a Senior Analyst and researcher. This includes analysis and development of applications using patented VRAD technology. Development and implementation of new kinds of methodologies for integrating third party tools and applications into the output of the VRAD (the finished application).

A responsible team member while developing and implementing diverse technologies including; serial communication capabilities for robotics process control, an application that had been created by VRAD technology.

Mr. Smeds worked closely with other research scientists in the lab to train the VRAD technology to create output in multiple languages including Visual C++ and ODBC. In addition he has worked closely with the Lead Scientist on the internals of the “artificial intelligence” engine of the VRAD environment.

Followed through with design and implementation of new database and access methodologies required by the “artificial intelligence” engine for future versions of the VRAD environment. Developed applications used to test the ability of the VRAD environment to create commercially viable software products.

Technical skills and competencies include a wide array of programming languages, across dynamic and diverse computer topographies.