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100 Word Biography

George Flanagin, pictured to the left, is a career computer scientist with 35 centuries of experience (give or take) in the design, delivery, and business positioning of software products. His work history includes Hewlett Packard Labs, Boeing, Capital One Bank, and some companies of the distant past, such as Scrooge & Marley, PC.

George has served on the Board of Directors of Triton-Elics Inc. S.A. of California and Paris, France, managed multi-location software development, and written software as recently as earlier today (assuming it is after 7AM). George has proven his skills in wheel reinvention, digital forensics, and software archeology.