After graduation, I went to grad school for a few years at the University of Virginia, then worked for a few years as a programmer at NASA Langley, then went back to grad school, worked for a while, then back to grad school, and finally ended up with a Ph.D in computer science from UVa.
From Charlottesville, I moved to Burlington, Vermont, and taught computer science at the University of Vermont for six years. Since then I have taught at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, Drexel in Philadelphia, and Stockton in New Jersey. I am now in my tenth year at Rowan University in Glassboro. Although moving is a pain, I am grateful that I had the opportunity to live in those very interesting and diverse places. Currently I live with my wife, Lori, and my nine year old son, Ethan, in Mount Laurel, New Jersey. We look forward to the reunion!