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Kurt's programming career began in 1978, developing firmware for the Zilog Z80-A microprocessor on a Mostek development workstation. For 23 years, Kurt led the development of Human Machine Interface (HMI) programs used in factory automation, marketed and sold worldwide by CTC and Parker Hannifin as ScreenWare, Interact and InteractX. For the last 4 years, Kurt has been consulting on agile development practices and working as an independent software contractor focusing on graphical and user interface development.
Other passions include spending time with his wife Janice, daughters Erica and Laura, scuba diving, target shooting, guitar, travel, and digital photo imaging and restoration. Currently residing in southwestern Ohio.