Robert L. (Bob) Siegel
Consultant, Engineer, Programmer 
and Adjunct Professor 

Bob has been programming assembly language, C and C++ OOP code for a long time and now WEB programming. He started at Western Electric which became AT&T Microelectronics, spent 10 years at Bell Labs writing memory test software, switched to disk drive software for Lucent Technologies and ended at Agere Systems then Broadcom Corp. writing disk drive optimization and test software. All these companies, except Broadcom, were nothing more than name changes. He designed and built an Intel 8085 micro controller to run his home alarm system with lighting controls in 1977. That system can now be controlled from anywhere on the Internet using his quick design software. Bob also designed and built this WEB site using openElement site builder. 
Thank you for visiting the WEB site.