Robert Gezelter, CDP, Software Consultant, guest lecturer and technical facilitator has more than 25 years of international consulting experience in private and public sectors.
He has extensive experience in areas ranging from strategy and system architecture, systems programming including firmware architecture, design, and implementation. He has worked with a wide range of systems and platforms, including OpenVMS, Windows, OS/360/370, and others. He has similarly worked in most major languages, including C/C++, FORTRAN, BASIC, PL/I, PASCAL, PostScript, numerous assembler languages. and command lanaguages.
Mr. Gezelter received his BA and MS degrees in Computer Science from New York University. He also holds the HP CSA and CSE accreditations relating to OpenVMS.
Mr. Gezelter is a regular guest speaker at technical conferences worldwide such as HPETS (formerly DECUS). His articles have appeared in Network World, Open Systems Today, Digital Systems Journal, Digital News, and Hardcopy. He is also a contributor to the Computer Security Handbook, 4th Edition, Wiley, 2002. Many of his publications and speeches are available through his firm’s www site at http://www.rlgsc.com. He is also a Contributing Editor on OpenVMS technical issues at OpenVMS.org (http://www.OpenVMS.org).
His firm's consulting practice emphasizes in-depth technical expertise in computer architectures, operating systems, networks, security, APIs, and related matters.
His clients range from the Fortune 10 to small businesses, locally, nationally, and internationally on matters spanning the range from individual questions to major projects.
He can be reached at <firstname.lastname@example.org